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Electronics Mechanic

BREMERTON, WA, USA

I worked for the US navy between June 2006 to August 2014 as a Sonar Technician. I operated and maintained various equipment. High School grad, few credits away from an associates degree in Marine Biology. Many Many hours of relevant training. I have a Marine Electronics certification.

Master 100

Juncos, USA

Experienced working in fast paced environments demanding strong organizational, trustworthy, ethical and discreet skills. • Operate a diversity of sea craft from 18 to 42 feet in patrol / rescue missions. • Supervise other marine personnel. federal agencies.

Marine System / Shipyard Project Manager

Mobile, AL, USA

Seeking a challenging position in the maritime or applied technology industry. Commanding Officer, Project Resident Office Gulf Coast, Pascagoula, MS: Responsible for all aspects of contract oversight for the production and delivery of National Security Cutters…

Merchant Mariner

Jacksonville, FL, USA

Learn how to use computers more effectively for the business world. Greeting customers at the door, receiving carts from the car lot, helping loading and unloading trucks, stocking items on shelves. Learn more about collage life, classes, and technology. Became a delivery assistant for the campus.

Teaching Assistant

Winslow, ME, USA

Helped teach 150 students fundamentals of engineering. Cadet 1st Assistant Engineer: In command of 15 cadets to maintain the vessel and stand proper watches. Reviewed and corrected logbooks, an also worked on various piece of machinery. Cadet Engineer: Worked on…

1600T Oceans Master with STCW OICNW

Ledbetter, TX, USA

Completion of training and sea time for full DPO certification. Captain of 300 ft. Liftboat The Bellator 2,031 GRT. Conduct sea trials for The Bellator. Clear vessel into Gabon for upcoming contract with TOTAL Gabon. Clear OVID inspections.

Produce Department Manager

Kingman, AZ, USA

I would like to do anything available. The wonderful thing about being an American is that anything is possible and I might not have experience on ships or anything to do with oceans, but I have the drive to become experienced in anything my country has to offer I just need the chance. 7-8 a.m.

Senior Scientist

State College, PA, USA

A specialist in acoustics, applied mathematics and engineering, with extensive experience of theoretical and practical work in the field of modeling and simulation, design of equipment, nondestructive analysis and evaluation. Engaged in R&D…

ASSISTANCE ENGINEER.

CARY, NC, USA

SAILING IN MERCHANT VESSEL AS AN CHIEF ENGINEER SINCE 1984.COMPLETE INCHARGE OF DECK AND ENGINE ROOM MACHINERIES.Its maintenance and operation. after higher secondary school,joined pre sea training academy for two years,then completed three…

Maritime Writer

San Diego, CA, USA

Writing and editing of press releases, Web content, new product descriptions, white papers and other marketing collateral for the maritime world. A writer and editor of maritime content for many years, I have a passion for all maritime and boating issues.

Entry Level

Staten Island, NY, USA

To secure a position within a reputed firm that recognizes dedication and commitment to excellence, and affords me the opportunity to leverage my degree in Business and International Transportation Management for advancement. Identified and coordinated community events.

CHIEF ENGINEER ON BOARD SHIP OR SHORE JOB FOR MARINERS

Cary, NC, USA

operation and maintenance work shipboard machinery. Sailing as chief engineer since 1983, in different companies, in different types of ships. Graduated from university of Karachi, Pakistan. Certificate of competency from United Kingdom (class -1 motor).

Marine engineer, naval architect, Non destructive testing,marine- ocean research

Cincinnati, OH, USA

1987: Head of quotation office and welding department. 1988: Designer & Planning: Project Manager. 1992: Steel workshop manager. 1994: Welding Department Manager (procedures, processes and inspection...). 2001: Quality/Control Manager. 1980: Naval Academy…

Captain

Mount Pleasant, SC, USA

Obtain a position as a Captain on a supply/work vessel 200 tons or under. Duties: Lead Captain – 170’/198 ton supply vessel. Serve as a U.S. Coast Guard-certified Captain of a supply vessel supporting the offshore oil and gas drilling industry.

OS / Deckhand

Camas, WA, USA

Change in field of work. Aim for a career in this industry. Work full time. Ace Parking Mgm. - Portland, OR 02/2012 thru present date. Valet. Park and retrieve vehicles. Assist guests with luggage, directions and miscellaneous informations and concerns. Valet. Park and retrieve vehicles.

Shore side personnel

San Diego, CA, USA

To use my at sea experience to help support vessels and their crew from a shore side position. Unlimited tonnage 2nd/3rd mate, Ab unlimited, Watch stander, Engineer, Bosun, Deck boss, and deckhand. 1991 through 2003 worked as Processor, deckhand…

Wiper

Marstons Mills, MA, USA

I would like to start my career as a Merchant Marine with an entry level position as a Wiper. • Perform the duties and tasks entrusted to me by superiors. No mechanical job experience but I'm a fast learner who is physically fit and has a great work ethic.

Deck Hand and unlicensed engineer

Daphne, AL, USA

August 2014 to December 2014 GRMI, Inc. As a deckhand/unlicensed engineer I maintained two K-19s Cummings engines. Maintained and cleaned engine room and deck. Regularly loaded and unloaded various cargo, fuel and water. While working…

Marine Surveyor

New Orleans, LA, USA

*E.N. Duties of Job- Operate vessel at night. Assist ships in and out of berths and anchorages in Lower Mississippi River. Mile 1- Mile 140 is the route I mostly ran. But also ran more up river when told to do so by dispatch. Help run drills.

VP, Environment, Safety & Health

Alexandria, VA, USA

Manage and/or support a commercial maritime HSE program. • Total vessel, ship and shipboard and other maritime system environmental and safety evaluations and audits. • US Navy, US Coast Guard new ship acquisition programs. • Facility and shipyard occupational safety and health support.