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PVA Member Annapolis Sailing Cruises www.schoonerwoodwind.com is looking to hire new Captains and Crew for their fleet in Annapolis Maryland. Captain Jennifer Kaye captainjennifer@schoonerwoodwind.com came to me wondering the best way to fill these positions. She was not aware that MMA did Co-Ops and Internships either, could be great opportunities.

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Crewing Agent, Labor Relations (Maritime)

Part of the CMA CGM Group, APL is one of the world’s leading ocean carriers, providing world-class container shipping and terminal services, as well as intermodal operations supported by leading-edge IT and e-commerce.

APL offers transcontinental cargo shipping across Asia, North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, the Indian subcontinent and Australia through more than 90 weekly services, calling ports in over 50 countries worldwide.

The Crewing Agent, Labor Relations (Maritime) interacts with the senior officers on the ships and union representatives to ensure the vessels are manned in accordance with Company guidelines, collective bargaining agreement obligations and regulatory requirements.

Duties:

Work directly with labor union representatives to provide qualified crew members to the fleet in ports of call in the United States and in foreign countries. This task requires a working knowledge of the Collective Bargaining Agreements.

Verify the domestic and international qualifications of the crew member prior to dispatch (i.e. Merchant Marine Credential, STCW certifications, TWIC, Passport & visa if necessary)

Schedule & book crew member travel to and from the vessel. Coordinate crew member travel with vessel’s Master, the crew member, the union representative, vessel’s port agent

Assist in the maintenance of the department’s handbook and instructing senior officer’s on its content

Schedule and coordinate Cadet assignments with U.S. Maritime Academies

Participate in interviewing, selecting, on boarding and monitoring assignments & performance of the Shore side interns

Assist in Collective Bargaining negotiations

Serve as certified Maritime Labor Convention auditor & crewing team subject matter expert

Qualifications:

Associate’s Degree

Prefer shipboard experience or two years’ experience in a staffing support organization

Knowledge of federal and international maritime personnel regulatory requirements including Standards for Training and Watchkeeping Certification (STCW) & Maritime Labour Convention (MLC).

Knowledge of maritime union labor relations, policies and procedures.

The ability to obtain a U.S. Department of Defense Secret Security Clearance to support current or future military contracts.

Good written and verbal communication skills.

Excellent records management and record keeping skills necessary to manage over 1,000 staff and shipboard personnel records.

Team building skills necessary to work with union officials, shipboard personnel and internal staff members at all levels of the organization.

Ability to operate independently, including non-standard hours, under stressful conditions to meet hard deadlines/ship sailing schedules.

Proficient in MS Office applications including Word, Outlook and Excel.

Proficient in ABS Nautical Systems 5 Enterprise Crewing Module

APL is part of the successful CMA CGM Group, the world's 3rd largest container shipping company

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Boston Harbor Cruises has hired many of our VOT/SVO students in the past for their summer field experiences. Please take a look at their employment page link below.

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Job Summary

Engineer Trainees undergo a five-year training program, three of which are spent rotating to offshore rigs in a variety of positions to learn rig operations and equipment. The Trainee will fill an onshore role with focus on operations or technical support for the final two years. Both phases of the program prepare the Trainee to fill key operational or technical roles around the world.

Experience

• 1-2 years of experience in oil and gas or related industry preferred.

Education, Training, Licenses and/or Certifications

• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Engineering required. GPA 3.0 or greater preferred.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

• To complete all requirements of the Engineer Trainee Program, which include:

- Rotational work on offshore drilling rigs, which includes a range of labor-intensive, technical and operational roles.

- The successful completion of required training, such as BOSIET, well control and leadership courses.

- The successful completion of technical reports.

- Preparation and delivery of semi-annual presentations to the management team.

- Rotational work with various onshore functional departments (Safety, Supply Chain, HR, etc.) and completion of assigned work.

- Successful completion of projects assigned by coach, mentor or other operational leaders.

• To learn all job functions in offshore rotations as well as rig systems, equipment and operational procedures.

Minimum Requirements for this position

• Commitment to the highest standard of safety.

• Initiative to deliver more than is expected.

• Effective leadership and influencing skills.

• Ability to support projects and complete work with minimal direct guidance or supervision.

• Good interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively.

• Sound analytical and planning skills.

• Ability to work offshore / rig environment rotationally for three years.

• Willingness to work and live outside of home country.

• Physically capable of performing the manual work required in drilling operations.

Disclaimer

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

Ensco is an equal opportunity employer in all aspects of employment to all individuals regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation or any other non-job related factors.

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If you have and upcoming graduates and you have their resumes available please send them to Eric and his team. Also, it is important to ask the graduated to apply online at under careers to ensure we have them in our applicant tracking system.

Sean Sullivan

Eric Fox

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https://jobs.exxonmobil.com/job/Houston-Marine-Coordinator-TX-77001/540820900/

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We are currently seeking Masters and Chief Mates of Towing for one of our tug and barge clients. They are seeking push barge experience and 1600 Ton license as well as a Towing and Ocean Endorsement. Most of the work will be on the US West Coast and Alaska, and our client will pay for all travel to and from the vessel. The rotation will be two months on, two months off but can be altered for individual needs. Please apply directly so we can reach out to you with more information.

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I have one position open in Maine for a Field Service Engineer GE Power Conversion working on US Navy and MSC vessels.

Will there be graduates available from the Power Engineering Technology program?

I would like to bring someone onboard by June 1.

Rob Brown

GE CSM

207-239-1877

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6511993484822609920

We are actively seeking over 300 mariners! Deckhands, Double Locking Mates, Engineers, Wheelmen for UMR/IL Rivers apply today at https://lnkd.in/e-HTedc

Join a family business that is a true mariner advocate! #diamondpride #mariners #applynow #jobseeking #jobopening

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Block Island Ferry has hired out students for their summer field experiences in the past. Please take a look at the below web link. This may be an option that you would like to look into for a VOT/SVO or IBL summer opportunity.

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I’ve been conversing with Jeff Wright regarding an open I have in Norfolk VA.

The opening is for a Junior Engineer Project Support Engineer supporting the Technical Authority and Technical Compliance of their assigned Navy Ship on behalf of the USN Civilian Chief Engineer.

Candidate must have an engineer license and the ability to obtain and maintain a secret clearance. A strong personality helps as they will be working alongside retired USN chiefs and tenured USN civilian employees.

I along with other MMA grads will be present to watch over and guide the individual.

Graduating Senior can also apply.

Interested candidates can contact me directly at jcallan@invictusassoc.com or 757-644-7220.

Regards,

John "Chip" Callan

Invictus Associates

757.644.7220

The engine and operational data project would be a unique opportunity for an engineer with some computer interest.

It would expose them to all onboard equipment and systems, show how the data is analyzed and used, how the data will establish maintenance of equipment, how the data will establish operational parameters..

This is really a great opportunity for someone who likes marine engineering and computers to get involved in the early stages into an upcoming growing field of marine engineering.

This is not posted

Hopes are that maybe there are some upcoming graduates candidates that would have an interest or recent grads that you could direct this way.

Would be happy to talk to them or have someone in the group talk to them.

If there was a match, Moran would fly the candidate down to Baltimore for a better look/see into the project

It is a Baltimore based position.

Please do not hesitate to call or e-mail should you or any candidates have any questions

Your attention in this matter is appreciated.

If you are interested see Joe Curtis for more details.

Deb, Joe,

We still have a couple of openings for engineers at Portsmouth Naval

Shipyard. Anyone interested in a career here should email me their resume

and a copy of their transcripts. Anyone interested should feel free to

contact me if they have questions or would like to know more about the

positions.

Thanks,

Mike

Michael C. O'Neil

Nuclear Test Engineer

Nuclear Test Engineering Division - Code 2340

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard

Desk: 207-438-3752

Mobile: 207-451-3394

michael.c.oneil@navy.mil

The Board of Pilot Commissioners for the Bays of San Francisco, San Pablo, and Suisun is offering a Pilot Trainee Training Exam in June of this year. This is an opportunity for mariners with command experience to advance their careers to the next level.

The written exam is being offered on June 3rd, with those who pass moving on to a simulator exam June 5, 6, and 7th. There are details available on the web site.

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Transdev Services has 2 vacancies for Assistant Engineer and Master 1600 GT with our New Orleans Ferry Operations.

The job posting has closed. However, we still have the vacancies even though it has not been reposted yet.

If anyone would be interested let me know.

My contact info is in my signature.

Captain Joel Casey

Marine Operations Superintendent

Transdev Services, Inc.

New Orleans Ferry Operations

7320 Patterson Drive

New Orleans, LA 70131

Ph: 504-309-9524

Fax: 504-617-7866

http://www.norta.com/Maps-Schedules/New-Orleans-Ferry

Woodhole may be looking for a QMED to begin around May 9th, 2019.

Apply online or contact:

Michael P. Brennan Jr

Marine Personnel Coordinator

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

266 Wood Hole Rd, MS 27

Woods Hole, MA 02543

mbrennan@whoi.edu

Office: (508) 289-3220

Fax: (508) 540-8675

Great place to get your career started!

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