Finding Jobs at Sea
#Tips and #advice for anyone who is thinking about a #career at #sea including #maritime #jobs, #seafarer jobs, shore-based maritime jobs and more.
Similar ideas popular now
Naturally having plumbing that is in full working order is extremely important to the safe and comfortable running of the vessel. Passengers pay a considerable sum of money to vacation on a cruise ship and toilets, sinks and showers that don’t work properly - or even at all - are grounds for complaints, refunds and lost business.
What type of vessels do ship’s carpenters work on and with? Pick a vessel, any vessel! A carpenter could be part of the crew on a cruise ship, but they could also be building or repairing merchant ships (such as cargo or container ships, fishing boats, ferries or feeder vessels), naval craft, and even super yachts in a shipyard.
If you’re looking for your next contract at sea and are interested in any of our oil tanker, passenger ship, chemical tanker, bulk carrier, heavy load carrier, container feeder, general cargo ship or container ship jobs, check out the list below and you can see who we’re currently looking for.
We work with some of the most prestigious clients in the maritime industry as well as with an international pool of manning agents. What this means is that once you’ve created your Martide profile, countless employers and recruiters will be able to see your details and get in touch if you’re the right seafarer for their vacancy. And of course you can search for jobs too.