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New U.S.-Flag Vessel – RIO GRANDE EXPRESS

Marine Personnel & Provisioning (MP&P) is soliciting for interested Deck and Engineering officers to work on a new US-flagged vessel, the RIO GRANDE EXPRESS, expected to re-flag in Houston on/about November 8, 2019.

The initial Top-4 will be expected to board the ship in Europe on/about October 20 for observation and familiarization training prior to the reflag. The ship will be operating under the same contract terms, wages, benefits and working conditions, as the M/V YORKTOWN EXPRESS under the Express Class Agreement.

The Express Class fleet currently consists of five US-flagged vessels operating under the Maritime Security Program (MSP). This new ship will add a sixth ship to the fleet but it will not be included in the MSP. It is the intent of the owner to try to operate a sixth vessel in their US-flagged operation for the foreseeable future – expanding service capacity, remaining in service and on schedule during winter months, while expanding the Company’s ability to bid on other US cargo preference opportunities.

However, if in the event it is required to reduce the MP&P US-flag fleet back to a five-vessel service, it is likely that the RIO GRANDE EXPRESS may replace one of the existing five Express Class vessels under the MSP due to existing vessel capacity and age.

In the event that the RIO GRANDE EXPRESS assumes operation under MSP, the MM&P Deck officers on the current Express class vessel that is to be removed from operating under the MSP, shall be eligible for transfer to the RIO GRANDE EXPRESS, in accordance with the M.E.B.A. - MM&P Pass-Through Agreement. This will displace any M.E.B.A. Deck officers who are working on the RIO GRANDE EXPRESS at the time. The M.E.B.A. Engineering officers with permanent billets on the RIO GRANDE EXPRESS at the time the vessel begins operation under the MSP, as well as the relief or rotary Engineering officers, will be eligible to remain on the RIO GRANDE EXPRESS per the existing M.E.B.A. contract. The employment for those M.E.B.A. Engineering officers employed on the Express class vessel that is to be removed from operating under the MSP shall terminate upon removal of the vessel from US-flag.

Interested candidates for Master, Chief Engineer, Chief Mate, and First Assistant Engineer should apply online at www.crowley.com, or follow this link:
https://crowley.taleo.net/careersection/cmc_external/jobsearch.ftl#

 

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You have the experience the U.S. Coast Guard needs!
Help to maintain the safety of the world's marine transportation system.  Join our passionate team of Marine Transportation Specialists where you can put your knowledge and experience to work ensuring that mariners receive necessary training and relevant testing in order to qualify for a U.S. Merchant Mariner Credential.
The U.S. Coast Guard currently has two Marine Transportation Specialist positions open at the National Maritime Center in Martinsburg West Virginia.
To learn more and apply for these positions visit https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.USAJOBS.gov&d=DwIFAg&c=83KBipq5ovie7yU0T2HUPg&r=cjGl7IuBKbpNfepCqhdsYSWdMuC97_l7DRzSmD-101c&m=K_QNF-www9Ll9589x356SxPP-rks7vxIgRdcTwV_cuI&s=sJxkr3m50jdUX4G99FFP8eGrK5ms7OaDLWVebWAFjys&e= or select the links below:
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o       19-1749-SE-RD-D  and/or 19-1749-SE-RD-M  
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o       18-1662-SE-RD-M-R1  and/or 18-1662-SE-RD-D-R1

 

Cape Horn Pier 50 SF Chief Engineer

The Matson-managed Ready Reserve Force fleet vessel CAPE HORN will activate on August 20th, 2019 to Full Operating Status to sail to PDX for DDX.  The vessel will be in PDX on 8/26-10/15 for DDX then will return for a maintenance sea trial back to San Francisco.

 

Interested candidates can forward resumes to Executive V.P. Adam Vokac and Oakland Patrolman Max Alper at avokac@mebaunion.org and malper@mebaunion.org.

 

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Seabulk Fleet Mgmt. is currently accepting resumes for 1st A/E’s and 2nd A/E’s for future positions on Central Gulf Line and Waterman vessels.

 

They have an immediate opening for a permanent Chief Engineer on the M/V Mississippi Enterprise and 1 First A/E.   Please include any PCTC Experience, Heavy Lift or Crane experience. Current Security Clearance also a bonus.

Please forward resumes to pmcgee@ckor.com & scopeland@ckor.com.

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You have the experience the U.S. Coast Guard needs!

Help to maintain the safety of the world’s marine transportation system.  Join our passionate team of Marine Transportation Specialists where you can put your knowledge and experience to work ensuring that mariners receive necessary training and relevant testing in order to qualify for a U.S. Merchant Mariner Credential.

 The U.S. Coast Guard currently has four Marine Transportation Specialist positions open at the National Maritime Center in Martinsburg West Virginia.

To learn more and apply for these positions visit www.USAJOBS.gov or select the links below:

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1st A/Es Needed for Central Gulf/Waterman Jobs

Seabulk Fleet Mgmt. is currently accepting resumes for 1st A/Es for future positions on Central Gulf Line and Waterman vessels.

Please include any PC/TC, Heavy Lift or Crane experience. A current Security Clearance is also a bonus. Please forward resumes to pmcgee@ckor.com & scopeland@ckor.com.

 

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