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MARITIME REPORTER and Engineering News, 118 East 25th Street, New York, NY 10010.
MANAGER OF SHIP REPAIR
MANAGER MATERIAL CONTROL
CHIEF WELDING ENGINEER
SENIOR ESTIMATORS (SEVERAL!
PRODUCTION FOREMEN (SHIP FITTING. PIPE FITTING, MACHINERY, ELECTRICAL)
We specialize in recruiting key management personnel for the ship- building and ship repair industry. All fees and expenses are company paid The above positions, and many others, are now open Call Mr
M A Weeks at (205) 661-2294 as soon as possible or send resume im- mediately!
WEEKS AND ASSOCIATES
Management Consultants 921 Cottage Hill Avenue Mobile Alabama 36609
RADIO OPERATORS (Oil Tankers)
SUN TRANSPORT. INC.,a subsidiary of Sun Company, Inc.. has an im- mediate need for Maritime Radio Operators to work under the general supervision of the Ship's Master.
Standing one 8 hour watch daily, responsible for the operation and maintenance of radio telegraph/telephone communications equip- ment aboard ship. Will inspect and repair communications equip- ment before sailing and daily at sea. Send and receive telephone/ telegraph messages, type special forms and maintain written log of all messages.
Salary to $45,000; excellent benefits. Write: J.F. Brady, SUN
TRANSPORT, INC., P.O. Box 2224, Aston, PA 19014. EEO/AA
Minorities and females are encouraged to apply.
Sun Transport, Inc.
Probably at one time served as Master or
Mate of Heavy Lift Vessel. Subsequent duty ashore, preferably as port captain.
Familiar with structural engineering cal- culations. Duty will be in the US—citizen- ship or "green card" required. Age 32-45
Considerable travel involved.
Submit curriculum vitae to:
JONES, BARDELMEIER & CO (Ocean Shipping Consultants)
P.O. Box N-7790
Manager, 20 years plus experience within maritime industry. Strong contacts with Na- val Government Staff and Facilities, Port
Authorities, Shipyards and commercial ac- counts. Presently residing in Washington
D C. area.
Willing to travel. Resume on request.
Reply to Box 101 Maritime Reporter 118 East 25th St. New York, NY 10010
Has immediate openings in the following areas:
SENIOR STRUCTURAL DESIGNERS
Designers with a minimum of 3 - 5 years experi- ence in hull structural design with a major ship- yard. Must have a working knowledge of ABS and U.S.C.G. rules and be familiar with AWS standards. N.C. lofting experience would be a definite advantage.
N.C. LOFTING PROGRAMMER
Ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3 -5 years
N.C. programming experience within a shipyard environment, along with structural design/draft- ing experience.
SENIOR MARINE ELECTRICAL DESIGNERS
Requirements include: A minimum of 5 years marine electrical design experience in power and lighting distribution, I.C., radio and naviga- tion systems: a working knowledge of ABS and
U.S.C.G. rules, familiarity with U.S. Navy stan- dards and CAD/CAE experience.
For confidential consideration, please send cur- rent resume to:
DESIGN GROUP MANAGER
BENDER SHIPBUILDING &
REPAIR CO., INC.
P.O. BOX 42
MOBILE, ALABAMA 36601
MARINE ENGINEER &
VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS & TRANSPORTATION
RIVER FERRY ENGINEERS &
RIVER FERRY PILOTS at
Near Williamsburg & Major
Military Installations in the Area
RIVER FERRY ENGINEER
QUALIFICATIONS: Must hold U.S. Coast Guard License as Chief Engineer of an inspected vessel propelled by a diesel engineer of at least 1600 horsepower. Physical ability to attend to boat operations and respond to emer- gencies.
RIVER FERRY PILOT
QUALIFICATIONS: Must hold U.S. Coast Guard License as master and first class Pilot of ferryboats of at least 1000 gross tons on inland waters. Physical ability to attend to boat operations and respond to emergencies.
BASE SALARY: Up to $25,017
Any time worked over 40 hours per week compensated for at 11 times the hourly rate for the Base Salary shown above.
FRINGE BENEFITS: Vacation: sick leave: State paid retire- ment. group life insurance, and hospital insurance
CALL 804-834-2333 for appointment for interview or write:
Resident Engineer, Virginia Dept. of Highways & Transpor- tation. P.O. Bo* 45, Waverly, Va. 23890-0045
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
American Systems Engineering Corpora- tion has openings for experienced Port
Engineers. Our Port Engineers maintain selected U. S. Navy ships in a Phased
Applicants should be degreed Marine En- gineers holding USCG Engineer's Li- cense. U.S. citizenship is required.
Send resume and salary requirements to:
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
U.S. Department of Transportation
The Naval Engineering Division, Design
Branch is seeking a GS-5/7/9/10/11*
Mechanical Engineering Technician for piping, HVAC and auxiliary machinery systems for Coast Guard's own cutters and icebreakers. Experience with com- mercial or naval vessels is desirable.
Submit a current SF-171 or resume to:
Commandant (G-CAS-5) Room 3418
U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters 2100 Second St., S.W.
Washington, DC 20593
ATTN: Ms. Shirley Bennett (202)426-2330 * These position are promotable from within.
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