Technical Vessel Manager, Nova Scotia

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EL
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Technical Vessel Manager, Nova Scotia

Postby EL » Sun Jan 29, 2012 8:04 am

More details can be found on Linkedin :

urgently looking for a Technical Vessel Manager – Must have sailed as CE or 2E - Nova Scotia, Canada - $130k+ benefits + relocation assistance

Daniel Curry - FIRP, DipRP

Principal Consultant at Faststream Recruitment US
Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area Maritime

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Re: Technical Vessel Manager, Nova Scotia

Postby Igor Popovich » Sun Jan 29, 2012 7:46 pm

Igor Popovich
Canadian First Class Motor
Now CE m/v SAPUTI Fishing Trawler-days off
PLS check my CV at Linkedin
Best Regards
Igor

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Re: Technical Vessel Manager, Nova Scotia

Postby EL » Mon Jan 30, 2012 4:24 am

Igor and everybody else,

If you want this job, you have to go LinkedIn and find it there.
I just re-post it here.

Regards.

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Re: Technical Vessel Manager, Nova Scotia

Postby JollyJack » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:16 am

Nope, the job's not on Linkedin. Company profile shows it's in Miami/Fort Lauderdale and consists of just 2 women, a "Maritime Consultant" and a "VP of Recruitment ". I wonder if you can expect a request for a "registration fee" if you apply.

I know, I'm a cynical old fart.
Discourage incest, ban country "music".

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Re: Technical Vessel Manager, Nova Scotia

Postby EL » Fri Feb 03, 2012 2:21 pm

here his email, job will expire in 3 days:

daniel.curry"@"faststream.com

I wonder if you can expect a request for a "registration fee" if you apply.
That would be a double dipping, hi will get his fee from s client.

You don't need a lot of people to run crewing agency.

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Re: Technical Vessel Manager, Nova Scotia

Postby The Dieselduck » Sat Feb 04, 2012 9:28 am

Workers should NEVER PAY FEES ! Its against international law (ILO) and many local jurisdictions.

Some offer "consulting" fees but be aware of what you get with this, probably alot less than using google and common sense.
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