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September 51Director of Maritime Division - JR 018134Job Location: USA, Austin, Texas Texas Department of Transportation Directs and manages all activities of the Maritime Divisionto include waterway, seaport, ferry, marine projects plan- ning, development and operations. Reports to the Chief Programs Officer. Recommends policies, procedures, staffing and funding requirements to execute division pro- grams. Work requires extensive contact with high-level executives, governmental officials and private entities. Employees at this level perform work at the highest level of discretion and independent judgment and are responsi- ble for final outcome. For more infomation and to apply online visit our website Texas Department of Transportation is an EEO/AAP EmployerMinnie Brown Texas Department of Transportation 125 East 11th Street Austin TX 78701 USAPhone: 512-416-4979Fax: 512-416-4980Email: Web: 3rd Asst engineer Job Location: USA, Cape MayAssist the Chief Engineer with the day to day operation ofa 320 foot ferry vessel.Good benefits package.Apply online at drba.netJim GillespieThe Delaware River and Bay Authority1200 Sandman BlvdN Cape May NJ 08210 USAPhone: 609-889-7250Fax: 609-886-1021Email: james.gillespie@drba.netWeb: http://hyyps// Field Service EngineerJob Location: USA, Jacksonville, FLField Service EngineerLocation:Southeast Coast/Jacksonville, FLStatus:Full TimeJob Level:Mid Career Company:Radio Holland USAContact:Adam ColePhone:904-355-0343 SEND EMAIL TO EMPLOYER Job DescriptionRadio Holland/IMTECH Marine, is a leading company in theglobal maritime market, operating as a full service provider and system integrator of tailor-made, innovative and sus-tainable technology solutions.Our North American operation is expanding its service net- work and as a result has immediate openings in the Pacific Northwest for qualified Field Service Engineers. This excit- ing opportunity provides both a competitive salary and ben- efits package. Job Description for Field Service EngineerResponsible for the installation, troubleshooting, and main- tenance of NAV/COMM products/equipment in the marine electronics industry. Provides guidance to junior techni- cians, identifies, analyzes, and repairs product failures, facilitates the ordering of parts and replaces parts as needed. Determines and recommends which products or services best fit the customers' needs. Requires an FCC GMDSS Operators/Maintainers License, and 2-6 years ofexperience in the NAV/COM field service realm. Must be familiar with all IMO Performance Standards, SOLAS Chapter 5 Regulations, and IEC 60945 as it relates to Maritime NAV/COMM and ICT equipment on a vessel. Must have a good knowledge of concepts, practices, and pro- cedures within the marine industry. Interested/qualified candidates should contact: Adam ColeSoutheast Coast Regional Manager, 904-355-0343 or send resume to:* Selection for this position will be based solely on merit,fitness, and qualifications without regard to race, sex, reli- gion, color, creed, age, marital status, national origin, non- disqualifying handicap conditions, reprisal or any other non-merit factors.Adam ColeRadio Holland USAPhone: 904-355-0343Email: adam.cole@radiohollandusa.comTug Boat Captain Job Location: USA, DaniaRequirements: Master's License with Master Towing Endorsement.For inland dredging project. Work performed in daylight hours.Salary: Negotiable based on experience.Kevin GillenLucas Marine3130 SE Slater Street Stuart FL 34997 USA Email: info@lmcllc.netWeb: 206-232-6041SHIPYARD: Pipe Manager ? Fabrication Manager ? Machine Shop Supt. Naval Architects ? Project Managers ? Senior Designers Shipyard General Managers MARINE:Sales Mgr., Machinery ? Port Captain ? Seagoing Engineers Captains & Mates - Tugs ? Asst. Engineers & QMeds ? Cooks Employment MRFounded in 1891, the Massachusetts Maritime Academy is the nationĀs oldest and finest co-ed maritime college. The Academy prepares young women and men for exciting and rewarding careers on land and sea. Our graduates have been at the very top of seagoing, engineering, environ- mental, and international business professions. POSITIONS AVAILABLE Marine Transportation Lab Technician, Marine Transportation Faculty, Engineering Faculty, Chemistry Faculty, Assistant Director of Admissions The Academy is located in Buzzards Bay at the mouth of the scenic Cape Cod Canal and is aspecial mission college within theMassachusetts university college system.For information about this positions and how to apply, visit the employment quick link on our web page at Massachusetts Maritime Academy is an AA/EEO employer. Under-represented groups are encouraged to apply. MASSACHUSETTS MARITIME ACADEMY CLASS MR Sept 2012 R:CLASS MR.qxd 9/11/2012 10:31 AM Page 51

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