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We have served the Shipping Industry exclusively for over 40 years and main- tain an active file of people experienced in all of its phases — including Port
Engineers, Ship Construction Supervi- sors, M&R, Sales Engineers (chemicals, coatings, etc.) — to relocate anywhere.
Salaries and fees negotiable; inquiries without obligation and in confidence.
W W agencies "Specializing exclusively to the Maritime Industry lor oyer 40 yea's 1121 Walker, Suite 220
Houston, Texas 77002  224-2200 150 Broadway, Suite 503
New York, New York 10038 [212)732 2921
Distinctive Lifestyle... with Bath Iron Works in Maine
Bath Iron Works, a prestigious, dynamic ship- builder with a backlog of challenging projects in excess of $800 million has a rewarding career with growth and achievement waiting for you.
Located on the Kennebec River in scenic southern coastal Maine, we also offer .a superlative way of life for you and your family.
We, at Bath, are proud of our national reputation for shipbuilding excellence in every phase of our operations, and we realize that our elite team of professionals has made the company the success it is.
Join a winning team and grow personally and professionally with us. We are currently seeking qualified individuals for our Engineering Division in the following capacities: • Marine Designers • Naval Architects/Marine Engineers (with CAD/CAM background)
We offer an excellent salary, outstanding benefits package, paid relocation, and a chal- lenging atmosphere in which to achieve your full potential.
FOR INTERVIEW CALL-
Thomas F. Parnell
COLLECT AT (207) 443-331 1
If unable to call, please send resume to:
Thomas F. Parnell
Personnel Department v BATH IRON WORKS
Marine Engineer for Hull Inspection at Ship- yard in Maine.
Maritime Academy graduate preferred; tanker experience or Ship-building background help- ful. Excellent wages and fringe benefits. Send resume and salary expectation to:
Two Allen Center Suite 3330
Houston, Texas 77002
Regional * National • International
Marine Personnel Consultants
Bianco International, Inc.
P.O. Box 544 100 Mariner's Blvd.
Mandeville, Louisiana 70448 504/ 626-4424
New Orleans Number 504/ 524-8607
OF HIGHWAYS & TRANSPORTATION
CHIEF ENGINEERS for
River Ferry at
Near Williamsburg & Major
Military Installations in the Area
Qualifications: Must hold U.S. Coast Guard Li- cense as Chief Engineer of an inspected vessel propelled by a diesel engine of at least 1600 horsepower. Good physical condition.
Base Salary: Up to $20,896 (Eligible for increase of 4.5% at end of first year of employment.)
Any time worked over 40 hours per week compensated for at l'/j times the hourly rate for the Base Salary shown above.
Fringe Benefits: Vacation, sick leave, retirement and State paid hospital insurance.
Call 804-834-2333 collect for appointment for interview or write: Resident Engineer, Virginia
Dept. of Highways and Transportation, Waverly,
An Equal Opportunity Employer
SENIOR SHIPS DRAUGHTSMEN
A progressive, dynamic company in the field of G.R.P. Ship and Boat Construction requires the services of two senior ships draughtsmen.
This is an interesting position for people with imagination and willingness to broaden their experience in new construction technology.
Experience with GRP Structures or Computer
Assisted Draughting Systems would be an advantage.
A salary commensurate with experience will be negotiated with subsidised superannuation available after a qualifying period.
Relocation assistance is available.
Applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
Please write to:
The Manager, Ramsay Fibreglass Australasia (A division of Carrington Slipways Pty Ltd)
TOMAGO NSW 2322 stating present salary/resume of experience etc.
Applications close December 18th 1981.
Shipyard Billing Clerk
Shipyard in New York City seeking person experienced in marine terminalogy to assist in the writing of job reports and preparing invoices. Reply to:
Box 1118 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News 107 East 31 Street New York, NY 10016
Career _y^tiiociatei, inc.
Maritime Personnel Consultants
Nationwide professional placement, recruiting & search services. Our computer based data retrieval system assures rapid, effective matching of iob requirements and available talent.
MANY OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE, INCLUDING: • SHIPYARD PRODUCTION MANAGERS OPEN • PROJECT MGR (PORT CONSTRUCTION) OPEN • SUPT ENGR (CHF ENGR; STEAM & DIESEL) to $55K • PORT CAPTAINS/PORT ENGINEERS to $45K • DOCKING MASTER (SHIPYARD) to $40K • APPLICATIONS ENGR (LARGE DIESELS) to $40K • SALES ENGR (C.P. PROPS; THRUSTERS; ETC) • MECH/CIVIL ENGRS (STRUCTURAL) • SALES (CHEM; COAT; ELECTR; ETC) • SYSTEMS ENGRS (OCEANO/HYDRO) • NAV ARCH 'MAR ENGRS e DRAFTING (MECH; PIPING; ELECTR)
Call mail resumes and salary info job requirements to
V BOB SLEIERTIN
P.O. BOX 86-A (583 State Road)
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 02747 (617) 997-3311
PORT CAPTAIN/CARGO SUPERVISOR wanted for East
Coast tug/barge operations. Individual with experi- ence operating tug/barge combinations — either off shore, Great Lakes or inland water ways required.
While responsibilities mainly shore based, supervision of operations and maintenance and repair will also require onboard attendance as supercargo to insure efficiency of operations. Reply giving full background including education and license held. Salary open, commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Please reply to:
MARITIME REPORTER/ENGINEERING NEWS 107 East 31st Street
New York, New York 10016
Lake Shore is a major supplier of custom designed cranes, winches, and material handling systems for marine shipboard and nuclear power plant applica- tions. As a result of rapidly expanding business op- portunities, we have need for a Program Manager.
This individual will have responsibilities for managing major projects through design, manufacturing, test- ing and installation. Qualified individual to be de- greed and have extensive engineering/manufacturing background with demonstrated ability to manage ma- jor programs. This position requires interface with top level management within the company and cus- tomer organizations. This is a highly visible position with growth opportunities.
Send resume in confidence to:
LAKE SHORE, INC.
Attn: Personnel Department
P.O. Box 809
Iron Mountain, Ml 49801
An Equal Opportunity Employer
MARITIME EDUCATION: Licensed Deck Officers with relevant academic degrees needed to fill fac- ulty vacancies beginning in January, 1982. Open- ings as Associate/Assistant Professor in Marine
Transportation available for appropriately qualified officers. These are twelve-month Tenure-Track po- sitions, including annual two-month training cruise as Deck watch officers and instructors in Seaman- ship, Navigation and Communication aboard the assigned Academy Training Vessel. Sun Belt living, excellent benefits, competitive compensation pack- age, and challenging opportunity to work with outstanding young men and women cadets seek- ing careers as licensed deck officers. Contact
Captain James F. McNulty, Head, Department of
Marine Transportation, Texas Maritime College,
Texas A & M University at Galveston, Texas 77553. (713) 766-3271/3278.
TUG. Ocean Going, steel hull, diesel elec- tric drive, overall length 143'5", beam (extreme) 33', draft (max nav.) 12'9", light displacement 566 tons. Engines (2 ea) main propulsion diesel; mfg by
General Motors Corporation, Model 12- 278A, 950 HP at 750 RPM, located east coast harbor. Price upon request.
CALL - (614) 471-1113 46 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News