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CLASSIFIED AND EMPLOYMENT ADVERTISING
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Degreed engineer, preferably Na- val Arch/Marine Eng. with 5 years ex- perience in a shipyard design engineer- ing capacity. Candidate should be able to demonstrate the ability to adminis- ter and coordinate such projects as fish- ing, passenger and other small ves- sels; commercial and government overhauls. U.S. citizenship required
Please submit your resume in confidence to:
Attention: Chief Engineer
BENDER SHIPBUILDING & REPAIR COMPANY, INC.
IP.O. BOX 42, Mobile, AL 36601
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Conoco Inc. Marine Department
We are a major Oil Company with four VLCC's Requirements of posi- tion include a degree in Marine Engineering and some experience with repair and maintenance on tanker ships. Relocation to Houston.
Texas a must.
Send resume of previous experience listing education and licenses held to:
Helen Myers, Conoco Inc., P.O. Box 2197, Triangle 3024, Houston.
U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY at
Seeking individualsqualifying for Assistant professor posi- tion (tenure track).
Qualifications: An earned doctorate coupled with a strong background in the use of computing in the classroom.
Responsibilities: Assists faculty members with the integra- tion of computer technology into the engineering curricu- lum. Must teach minimum of one undergraduate course per semester in the area of personal expertise.
Salary: Negotiable depending on experience and qualifica- tions.
Personal expertise is expected to fall within one of the fol- lowing Engineering disciplines:
Aerospace: Electrical, Mechanical, Naval Architecture,
Ocean, Marine, or Weapons & Systems
Position is available June 1, 1988
Closing date: December 31,1987
Submit letter of application, resume and minimum of three references to:
Director. Computer Services
United States Naval Academy
Annapolis, Maryland 21402-5045
Attn: Mr. Doug Afdahl (301) 267-3693 (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 bedegreed Marine En- gineers holding USCG Engineer's Li- cense. U.S. citizenship is required.
Positions available in Honolulu, Hawaii;
San Francisco, CA.
Send resume and salary requirements to:
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
Experienced Docking Pilots needed in N.E. Atlantic
Coast of the U.S. Also river & bay pilots in same areas $100,000+ per year.
Send resume of previous experience along with li- censes held to Maritime Reporter, Box 1201, 118 E. 25th Street New York, NY 10010
We are a long time Mfg. of MIL Spec.
Equipment and are seeking REPS, to help us penetrate the Commercial and Naval
Ship Yards with the following capabilities and components: • REFURBISHING SWITCHGEAR AND RE-
LATED ELECTRICAL CONTROL EQUIP-
MENT • NEW SWITCHGEAR AND CONTROL PAN-
EL ASSEMBLIES TO MIL SPEC. OR IEEE- 45 • TRANSFORMERS TO MIL SPEC. OR IEEE- 45 • MIL SPEC. COMPONENTS • MACHINING OF SHIPSHAFTS AND
OTHER LARGE PIECES OF CASTINGS OR
EQUIPMENT. • MIL SPEC. COMPONENTS • RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
Our goal is to select REPS, in Key Areas throughout the U.S., with related experi- ence to promote our interests. Please sub- mit Resume or Line Card with a cover letter indicating the territory currently covered and your strengths to:
BOX 1202, MARITIME REPORTER 118 E. 25th, NEW YORK NY 10010
PROFESSOR OF NAVAL ARCHITECTURE
Webb Institute of Naval Architecture
Webb Institute of Naval Architecture is a four year, ac- credited college of engineering which grants the Bachelor of
Science Degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineer- ing. The entire student body at Webb Institute is on full scholarship, and the students rank among the best in engi- neering colleges in the United States. They complete 147 credit hours in the four year program, including a thesis.
Webb Institute, through its research center, also conducts sponsored research work for the maritime industry. The sponsors consist of government agencies (Martime Admin- istration, Navy, Coast Guard), private corporations, and small businesses. The research is accomplished by faculty mem- bers with support from research assistants and technicians.
The professor of Naval Architecture is expected to conduct classroom instruction in: basic naval architecture, ship de- sign, and ship production. In addition, he or she is expected to participate in scientific research or engineering projects, and to be active in the affairs of professional organizations.
Applicants must hold a M.S. degree in science orengineer- ing. Either the M.S. or the B.S. must be in naval architecture.
In addition, applicants should have experience in: college level teaching, ship design, and shipbuilding. Salary and benefits are competitive and will be based on applicant's ex- perience.
Interested individuals should submit a letter of application and resume to: Dean Edwin G. Wiggins, Webb Institute of
Naval Architecture, Glen Cove, NY, 11542. Deadline for application is January 4th, 1988.
Webb Institute of Naval Architecture is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer.
New York Maritime College Training Ship Empire
State desires a full time Chief Engineer. United
States Coast Guard Chief Engineer Steam, Un- limited HP license required. Vessel deployed 2 months each summer. Salary in the 40's plus liberal benefits package. Campus housing may be avail- able. Call Master at 212-409-7350 for additional in- formation.
Master, TS EMPIRE STATE
Fort Schuyler, Bronx, NY 10465
FOR OVER S3 YEARS
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