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Taubler And Mullahy
Promoted At Delaware
Marine & Mfg. Co.
Paul A. Taubler has been elect- ed a vice president of Ocean Tech- nology, Inc. of Milford, Del., the parent firm of Delaware Marine & Manufacturing Co.
Mr. Taubler joined the engi- neering department of Delaware
Marine in 1975 as a draftsman and became chief of engineering in 1978. As vice president he will be responsible for project coordi- nation, scheduling and overall su- pervision of construction plan- ning.
Prior to joining Delaware Ma- rine, Mr. Taubler was employed as an engineer for the naval ar- chitectural firm of Richard R.
Taubler, Inc., a position he still holds.
James L. Mullahy has been pro- moted to the position of chief en- gineer. Mr. Mullahy joined the engineering department of Dela- ware Marine in 1980. In addition to supervision of design work he will be in charge of special proj- ects and quality control.
Prior to joining Delaware Ma- rine, Mr. Mullahy worked for
Yank Boat Works, Tuckahoe,
N.J., and the architectural firm of
John Milner Associates, West
Delaware Marine & Manufac- turing Co. builds tugboats, sup- ply boats, fishing vessels and sim- ilar craft at its shipyard in Mil- ford, Del. $3.6-Million Navy Sub
Contract Awarded EG&G
EG&G Washington Analytical
Services Center, Rockville, Md., was awarded a $3.6-million con- tract by the U.S. Naval Sea Sys- tems Command, Arlington, Va., to provide system engineering and integrated support to the
Trident submarine program.
Technical support will include electronic and computer science engineering. The contract specif- ically covers ship and integrated command and control system work on the Trident missile fir- ing submarine. This contract fol- lows earlier work by EG&G
WASC on the submarine-based
Trident missile systems having nuclear warhead capabilities.
EG&G Washington Analytical
Services Center (EG&G WASC) is a subsidiary of EG&G, Inc., a
Fortune 500 corporation head- quartered in Wellesley, Mass. 134 Worthington Pumps
Chosen For 3 Exxon
One hundred thirty-four cargo and ballast pumps for three prod- uct tankers being built for Exxon (U.S.A.) by Avondale Shipyards,
New Orleans, La., will be sup- plied by the Shawnee, Okla., plant of Worthington Group, Mc-
The special marine cargo pumps plus spare parts included in the multimillion-dollar order, will be delivered in 1982. The three 42,- 000-dwt product carriers are scheduled to be delivered in 1983 and 1984. Later this year, Worth- ington will test for Exxon a high- ly efficient new stripping system designed to reduce the amount of liquid product remaining on tank surfaces after unloading.
Phila. Naval Shipyard
Contracts Phillyship For
Phillyship, Philadelphia, Pa., an international firm specializing in ship and engine repairs, was re- cently contracted by the Phila- delphia Naval Shipyard (work order #4ND-045-81) to repair and overhaul a 600-pound CA-68-class marine boiler. The project, in ex- cess of $500,000, has started and will continue into the fall of 1981.
The project will be implemented on a 24-hour, seven days a week basis. According to Phillyship president Joel H. van Diepen,
OSHA-qualified technicians will utilize state-of-the-art techniques for the removal of asbestos, which is taking place before the com- mencement of the mechanical part of the contract.
More job challenge, more vacation and up to 40 percent more pa> after tax. Get them all with Aramco in Saudi Arabia.
Aramco needs outstanding people in Saudi Arabia.
We're offering outstanding incentives to get them: up to 40 percent pay premium, 40 days'vacation every year, and a chance to work on vast and challenging projects with the world's largest oil- producing company. If you have the qualifications, we have the following openings now.
We are seeking project-oriented individuals to assist Project Management in Saudi Arabia in de- signing and preparing new building specifications for offshore marine craft, such as tugs, supply vessels, workboats, crew/pilot boats, and also small jack-ups. You will also supervise all aspects of the construction phase of new vessels at the shipyard.
Requirements: Degree in naval architectural and/ or marine engineering. 3-5 years' project manage- ment experience and a minimum of 10-12 years of directly applicable experience in shipyards.
Competitive compensation and benefits
Aramco pays a competitive base salary and a cost- of-living differential that equalizes living expenses between Saudi Arabia and the United States. In addition, Aramco pays an after-tax expatriate pre- mium of 40 percent on the first $30,000 of base salary and a 20 percent premium on the next $20,000. And there is an outstanding combination of benefits: long vacations, comfortable housing, abundant recreation and an excellent school system.
Saudi Arabia bonus and new voluntary "bachelor" status for married employees
Newly hired North Americans for Aramco in
Saudi Arabia receive a special bonus. After taxes, it equals 10 percent of your annual base salary, up to $5,000. All of the: attractive compensation and benefits are available for married employees who may want to work overseas on a temporary "bache- lor" status for the first year. This program includes three free repatriation trips by air during this one- year period, and the option to request family sta- tus during that same year.
Interested? Call our 24-hour line any day: (713) 750-6965. If you wish, call toll-free: 1-800-231-7511, between 7 A.M. and 5 P.M., Monday-Friday, Cen- tral Time.
If you prefer, send your resume in full confi- dence, or write for more information to: Aramco
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