Chief Engineer, Atlantic Osprey

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The Dieselduck
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Chief Engineer, Atlantic Osprey

Postby The Dieselduck » Thu Mar 29, 2018 3:23 pm

We currently have a request for a Chief Engineer to join the Atlantic Osprey on Tuesday April 6th for a 28 day rotation. This position will be a regular rotation until November 2018 with potential for long term attachment.

Successful candidates must hold:
• Unlimited Ch Engineer Cert
• Updated MED
• Vessel Personnel with Security Duties
• H2S Alive
• First Aid
• Valid Medical
Salary to be negotiated. if you or someone you know may be interested in the position please contact the undersigned.

Thank you

Kind Regards
Sonia Tucker
HR Coordinator

ORSI
OFFSHORE RECRUITING SERVICES INC
30 Queens Rd
St. John's, NL A1C2A5
Tel: 709-576-8560 ext 240
Fax: 709-576-1983
Toll Free: 1-877-245-8560

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Re: Chief Engineer, Atlantic Osprey

Postby The Dieselduck » Mon Apr 02, 2018 3:09 pm

Position was filled, thx
Martin Leduc
Certified Marine Engineer and Webmaster
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http://www.dieselduck.net

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Re: Chief Engineer, Atlantic Osprey

Postby camshaft » Tue Apr 03, 2018 10:53 am

This was interesting, I understand Atlantic Towing is one of the better companies to work for. I think that like most of the East Coast companies they preferentially hire locals but does anyone know how they had to go looking for a C/E for one of their offshore vessels on such short notice? I would have expected AT to have at least a small pool of candidates for such an occurrence. Are the Canadian licencing requirements making the Canadian pool shallow(er)?

I imagine they would like some confidentiality around hiring situations but this question is really more general about the licencing process and the effect on Canadian certs so maybe it belongs in the TC - STCW thread...


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