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Martin - Marine Engineer and Webmaster
- I have been running across a great deal of job postings,
especially for junior engineering ranks. Anyone is free to post positions from
all over the globe on this forum; I generally post jobs from Canada, where you
need a Canadian Certificate of Competency to apply. Check out the latest jobs on the
The Common Rail.
The Monitor, the
website's blog; where opinion pieces and relevant news are posted. The more
current stuff happens on the Twitter account,
is where we cheer all maritime matters, especially human matters.
In this Update -
Finally, a proper update! Yes, as much as I love getting my brain into the
website, it is considerably tedious, so sometimes it gets pushed back, replaced
by the grind of daily life. But lately I've had an excessive amount of sea
days, which has allowed me to catch up a bit.
Lots of new papers, quirks, memes, and such, all over the website. Lets start with some heritage; added material and tidied up the Detroit Diesel page, the Rudolph Diesel, the Prime Mover Development Page; added new art and graphics in the main historical page. Cleaned up and added some memes to the Job Area, Job Links and Images. In the Officer's Lounge, lots of new memes and graphics. New graphics and material in the Training Room.
The bulk of the new resources are uploaded to the Ship's Library and the Machinery Page. Check out brand new 1st Class Eletrotech Exam Help, and 11 other documents in the library, and 13 others papers on machinery and technology. From Happiness surveys, to autonomous papers, Engineering Knowledge lessons on pumps to coastal trade guidelines. A little bit of everything, all sure to be interesting, just look for the .