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To apply: submit resume via email: recruit@remsainc.com or FAX to HR Office (757) 722-4571

HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOM TASK

MANAGER

Job Location: USA, MD Silver Spring

I.M. Systems Group, Inc. (IMSG) www.imsg.com is looking to hire a Harmful

Algal Bloom Task Manager to work at the

NOAA Center for Sponsored Costal Ocean

Research (CSCOR) in the National Centers for

Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS), National

Ocean Service (NOS), in Silver Spring,

Maryland

This is a four (4) month contract position and is a full performance level position providing technical and administrative assistance to the management of competitive extramural pro- grams related to harmful algal bloom research.

To Apply: Please send your resume in word format to jobs@imsg.com with the following subject heading: NOA07006 -Harmful Algal

Bloom Task Manager. Salary for this posi- tion is $26 per hr for the duration of this four (4) month project.

IMSG is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Email: jobs@imsg.com

CORAL PROGRAM SPECIALIST

Job Location: USA, MD Silver Spring

I.M. Systems Group (www.imsg.com), a con- tractor to the National Oceanic and

Atmospheric Administration in Silver Spring,

MD, seeks an individual to serve as a Coral

Program Specialist to coordinate coral reef program activities for either the Atlantic or

Pacific Region. This individual will work with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric

Administration's (NOAA's) Coral Reef

Conservation Program (CRCP- www.coral- reef.noaa.gov/) in the areas of program coor- dination, program development, strategic planning, partnership building, and informa- tion management.

NOAA's Coral Reef Conservation Program supports effective management and sound science to preserve, sustain and restore valu- able coral reef ecosystems. This position is with the program's National Marine Fisheries

Service office in Silver Spring, MD.

To Apply:

Qualified candidates may apply by e-mailing a cover letter, resume, and 3 references (MS

Word format strongly preferred) to the follow- ing email: jobs@imsg.com with the subject heading: NOA07008 - Coral Program

Specialist.

The vacancy announcement is open until filled. The salary for this position is commen- surate with experience. IMSG is an Equal

Opportunity Employer.

ELECTRO/ INSTRUMENTATION

ENGINEER

Job Location: Singapore, Singapore

Areas of Responsibility / Duties/ Activities:

Execute Electrical and Instrumentation techni- cal following up on all activities related to drilling systems for upgrading, repair or renewal or test and commissioning onboard the Drilling Vessel or at the sub contractor facility. Make sure that the related work will be delivered in accordance to stated scope and meet the agreed timeframes. Understand and secure that systems will be ready for its intended services ready to be delivered to operation. Execute tasks demanded by the project superiors on a professional manner.

Issue work scope as required.

Authority: Follow up and comments on scope of work, documentation, schedules and deliv- ery time. Report on workmanship discrepan- cies and propose improvement to systems.

Comment on irregularities related to work- manship and protection/ preservation.

Request and verify documentations from con- tractors / suppliers, from engineering or from operation/ projects as required. Comments on irregularities in technical documentations.

Access on document filing systems. Request of material and services as required.

Qualifications: Electrical/ Instrument

Engineering degree or equivalent. Experience from project related to Drilling systems.

Experience from repairs, upgrading and preservation of Drilling systems. Ability in understanding of drilling processes/ systems.

Knowledge of authorities' requirements relat- ed to drilling systems. Ability to work system- atically and independently. Good communica- tion skills, both verbally and written English.

Knowledge of EDB-based systems.

Interested candidate please write in with your updated resume and also your: Availability;

Current salary; Expected Salary; Contactable number and current location

Email: hueymeei.chan@energyskills.com.sg

WEB: http://www.energyskills.com.sg

PROJECT PLANNING ENGINEER

Job Location: United Kingdom, Aberdeen

A Project Planning Engineer is required for a leading consultancy working on Subsea

Engineering Projects, based in either

Aberdeen or Oslo. Ideally with ONC / HNC in

Engineering, you should have experience of working on at least 3 Subsea Projects, together an excellent working knowledge of

Primavera P3. Experience with SAP would be very advantageous.

Duration: 16 Months

Location: Aberdeen or Oslo

David Green

TEK Personnel Ltd 4th Floor, Broadstone House,Broadstone

Road, SK5 7DL

Stockport, United Kingdom

Phone: +44(0)161 975 0321

Email: davidgreen@tekpersonnel.co.uk

WEB: http://www.tekpersonnel.co.uk

RELIABILITY ENGINEER

Job Location: USA, MD Baltimore *Will provide support and training to the ELC

Condition Based Maintenance Program for the US Coast Guard. Must be an American citizen.

Responsibilities: *Will provide database support for making reliability survey results available in usable format electroncially to various organiza- tion. *Generate, maintain, audit and suggest improvements to realiability processes and policies *Provide training of processes, policies, and other subjects to ensure smooth program operation *Provide training to personell regarding relia- bility engineering topics via an on-the-job method *Evaluate current and new technologies for applicability and suggest improvements *Liaison with stakeholders *Review reliability assessment survey results, and other failure data for trends, recurring issues, and recommendations including: *calculation of failure rate and age-reliability characteristics for failed parts using accepted reliability methods including weibull analysis *Calculation of Ao based on actual failure data *Identify improvements and predicted impact on equipment/system reliability and

Ao *Travel, as funding is available, up to 10 times per year to attend and report to working group, to observe and audit process in the field, and to publicize and present program accomplishments to vari- ous organizations.

Paula Earleywine

Knowledge Services 8275 Allison Pointe Trail, Ste 200

Indianapolis, IN 46250

Phone: 317-806-6136 or 877-256-6948 x:6136

Fax: 317-578-7600

Email: paula_earleywine@knowledge-servic- es.com

WEB: http://www.knowledge-services.com

MTR MARKETPLACE • JOBS WWW.SEADISCOVERY.COM

Job Location: USA, IL Olmsted

Do you want to work for a progressive Company that invests in you? Washington Group International, Inc. invested over $52 million in 2005 on employee training and development.

We also offer aggressive compensation, comprehensive ben- efits on your first day of hire, and an attractive relocation pack- age. Washington Group International Inc. is seeking a Marine

Construction Surveyor/Engineerfor the Olmsted Project. This is a unique project applying "In the West" techniques to con- struct a navigation dam across the Ohio River at Olmsted, IL.

You must enjoy a challenge and work with the project team to develop the best overall construction means and methods with an emphasis on Safety, Quality, Schedule and

Performance.

Experience:

Twenty years experience in construction surveying with a min- imum of 7 years in the layout and control of heavy marine proj- ects.

Experience must include: Bearing and sheet pile, underwater precast installation, underwater as-built surveys using, sonar and other means, precast yard control, dredging and riprap, control and monitoring of large tremie pours, hydrographic surveying, dive team survey support, and Quality control.

Qualifications:

This is a senior level position with a bachelor’s degree in engi- neering and twelve + years related experience. Under mini- mal supervision, performs difficult and complex duties utilizing advanced techniques and an extensive and diversified knowl- edge of engineering problems and methods. This position is the first level, which includes direct supervision over a group of engineers at a construction site. This level of engineer is used only on a large project and is supervised by the project engineer who has responsibility for all engineering activities at a construction site.

To apply: Log on our website at www.wgint.com/careers and apply to job post IFIL6300

Recruiter: lanni.johnson@wgint.com

Washington Group International Inc., one of ENR's Top con- tractors for 2005, has excellent pay and benefits. For more information please log on our website at www.wgint.com.

MARINE CONSTRUCTION

SURVEYOR/ENGINEER

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