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    Yes but was originally Bibby

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    Trinity House are looking for a Third Engineer.

    https://app.vacancy-filler.co.uk/sal...yI&iframe=True
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    Condor are looking for a 2nd Officer out of Portsmouth.

    http://www.condorferries.co.uk/jobs.aspx
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    Been considering ferries for a while and was thinking about applying for that until I saw it was 6on/6off. I thought ferries usually did 12on/12off or a normal 4/8 pattern. Not heard of them doing sixes before. Still, I'm sure they'll get plenty applicants.

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    "We are looking for Deck Officers to join the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. Candidates require a Chief Mates Unlimited CoC plus STCW basic safety training and a valid ENG1 medical. We will consider experience on all types of vessels. Competitive annual salary paid in GBP. Rotation of 4 months on, 3 months off. Apply today at https://lnkd.in/gyYeJPF or send an up to date CV to laureng@vikingrecruitment.com"

    Saw this on linkedin.

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    "2x Marine Safety Advisors - (Cardiff & South Coast) If you have sailed as a deck officer, and have some shore based experience in a safety based role please get in touch. If interested, please send your CV to tsettle@navis-consulting.com or call me on 02392 322359"

    Another one from linkedin.

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    https://www.totaljobs.com/job/coordi...DPPC_MP3_LGT_4

    An interesting one.

    Also Condor are looking for a Chief Officer

    http://www.condorferries.co.uk/jobs.aspx
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  9. #28

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    Thought i would resurrect this thread, been qualified for two months now. If anyone knows of any 3rd/Jr officer positions going please do let me know. I have tried the usual suspects and agencies but got nothing. Have experience on general cargo only.

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdc121 View Post
    Thought i would resurrect this thread, been qualified for two months now. If anyone knows of any 3rd/Jr officer positions going please do let me know. I have tried the usual suspects and agencies but got nothing. Have experience on general cargo only.

    Cheers!
    First of all you need to change your profile - you are no longer a Deck Cadet.

    Secondly have you looked at the article on CV's and made sure your's is bang up to date?

    Ian
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    Afternoon,

    Just updated! I have had a look at that yes i used it when i first wrote my CV and then used it to update once qualified. I have had my Mentor and some of the guys who write the Nautilus telegraph look over it for typos. I could always send you a copy to see what you think could be improved?

    Jim

 

 
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