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Shipyard Superintendent & HR ManagerJob Location: USA, SeattleLake Union Drydock Company, a Seattle shipyard, has an opening for a motivated Shipyard Superintendent/HR Manager. Only candidates with the required experi-ence will be considered for the position. Local candidates or those able to self relo-cate are encouraged to apply. Responsibilities for the Shipyard Superintendent? Maintain facilities in a clean, orderly and safe manner at all times.? Assess maintenance and capital improve- ment needs. Obtain estimates for proposed work and manage projects.? Review and approve all overhead purchase requests.? Develop and manage preventative mainte-nance schedules for all equipment.? Maintain documentation Þ les.Responsibilities for the HR Manager? Supervise all shop Foremen and facilitate improved productivity, communications, and cooperation between Shops, Project Superintendents, Purchasing, Estimating and Plant Administration. ? Assist with the administration of Collec- tive Bargaining Agreements. ? Mediate problems and misunderstanding between shops.? Coordinate with the various departments to assess and resolve manpower needs rela-tive to production commitments.? Ensure that all policies are communicated and uniformly enforced.Requirements? Must have 5 years of relevant experience as an on-site Superintendent and Human Resource Manager. ? ProÞ ciency in Excel, Word, Outlook, as well as strong verbal and written presenta-tion skills? Experience with unions required? Shipyard experience preferred.Job ProÞ le? Non-union, exempt? Salary range: $75,000 - $85,000, depend-ing upon qualiÞ cations? BeneÞ ts offered: Medical, dental, vaca- tion, paid holidays, paid sick leave, 401(k) plan, proÞ t sharing after one year of service, and life insuranceTo apply: email resume and cover letter to jobs@ludd.com. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.Lake Union Drydock Company is an Equal Opportunity CompanyJobsLake Union Drydock CompanyEmail: jobs@ludd.comMarine Cargo Surveyor Job Location: USA, Norfolk, VA JOB REQUIREMENTS:- Minimum three (3) years prior marine survey experience- Excellent written and verbal skills- Excellent observation skills- Excellent interpersonal skills- Ability to work independently in the Þ eld in a marine environment- Strong ability to multi-task and work with deadlines- ProÞ ciency in Microsoft Of Þ ce products at an intermediate level, especially Excel and Word - Must have valid driver?s license and good driving recordNeven GarrisParadise Point MarineP. O. Box 3729 Norfolk VA 23514 USA Fax: 775-627-2879Email: hr@tparkerhost.comInventory Manager - Mobile, Alabama Job Location: USA, MobileEnviva is a leading supplier of sustainable wood biomass fuel in the United States and Europe. The company?s mission is to become the preferred partner and supplier of sustainable biomass fuels to industrial and energy utility customers seeking to improve the environmental proÞ le of their operations. Enviva has been supplying wood chips and wood pellets to customers in the United States and Europe since 2007. Enviva operating facilities will represent more than 1,750,000 metric tons per year of annual capacity by 2014. Employee Duties -- Scale Trucks 20 hours/week - Fines/Ash Testing - New pellet testing for customer deliveries- Expedite / Test Bayou pellet samples - Barge Sampling / Testing - Barge Drafting - Control Union currently drafts all barges, while loading the vessel- After certi Þ cation / training, the Enviva employee will draft all barges - Coordinate inventory tracking with Coo-per T. Smith - Work with Cooper T Smith to facilitate the use of an access database for entering and tracking all pellet deliveries to the Chipco Terminal (Wiggins, Bayou, and Amory plants)- Coordinate with Enviva Quality Director to track daily sampling at each plant with the destination barge - Track inventory through the Barge Track- ing Dashboard and Shipping Schedule (Enviva reports)It is anticipated that the employee will receive training to become knowledgeable and/or certiÞ ed in surveying ocean vessels Jennifer FeinleibEnviva7200 Wisconsin Ave, Suite 1000 Bethesda MD 20814 USAEmail: careers@envivabiomass.com Marine MarketplacePost Your Resume for Free  Energize Your Job Search @ MaritimeJobs.comPowered by www.maritimejobs.com www.marinelink.com Marine News 59Classified MNOctober13.indd 59Classified MNOctober13.indd 5910/1/2013 3:59:41 PM10/1/2013 3:59:41 PM

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