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  • How to apply to Pritchard-Gordon?

    I've been scouring the Pritchard-Gordon Tankers website and I cannot seem to locate where I can apply to them on their website?

    Has anyone applied to them or does anyone know their application procedure?

    Thanks for your help guys!

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    http://www.pgtankers.com/contact.php

    Careers Department
    Pritchard-Gordon Tankers Ltd
    Maritime House
    6 Coronation Street
    South Shields
    Tyne and Wear
    NE33 1AZ
    Tel +44 (0) 191 427 0303

    Email: [email protected]

    I guess you write/email a CV and cover letter.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by EFC92 View Post
      http://www.pgtankers.com/contact.php

      Careers Department
      Pritchard-Gordon Tankers Ltd
      Maritime House
      6 Coronation Street
      South Shields
      Tyne and Wear
      NE33 1AZ
      Tel +44 (0) 191 427 0303

      Email: [email protected]

      I guess you write/email a CV and cover letter.
      I saw that on the careers at sea website but I was hoping they would have a dedicated application form on their website! Ah well...Thank you for confirming what to do though (and the swift reply!)

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      • #4
        No worries, some companies are stuck in the dark ages still. In terms of applying anyway. I think James Fisher is still paper applications. As was my sponsor.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by EFC92 View Post
          No worries, some companies are stuck in the dark ages still. In terms of applying anyway. I think James Fisher is still paper applications. As was my sponsor.
          Hmm, I've yet to apply to James Fisher so that one will be interesting! It seems weird that some of these companies haven't modernised with the likes of Clyde and SSTG, it seems a lot more time, money and effort to respond to separate emails or send out paper applications. That's why most of them have moved on and now do it directly online! Saves time and money - both incredibly valuable commodities for these guys!

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