Shipyard Jobs

June 6th, 2012

There are several shipyard positions in your area these positions start at entry level, to Experience.

 

NEW LISTING

We have immediate opportunities for experienced PT Dock Workers.

 

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
Efficiently sort, handle, and load freight into and unload it from over-the-road equipment, containers, city trailers, and/or straight trucks. This position routinely uses pallet jacks and forklifts in the loading and unloading of freight including shipments of Hazardous Materials freight.

 

 

The successful candidate will possess the following attributes:

  • Knowledge of safe lifiting technique to load and unload cargo, including heavy, bulky and or cumbersome freight.
  • Ability to secure or re-secure cargo by blocking, bracing, using dunnage and other methods.
  • Experience operating forklifts, hand trucks, pallet jacks, to move, load, arrange, rearrange and unload freight.
  • Ability to understand and carry out instructions given orally or in writing, including those on manifests and other shipping documents
  • Ability to perform work required in a timely manner and maintain adequate production in order to meet service schedules and customer commitments.
  • Ability to handle the customers’ freight safely and efficiently, and communicating tactfully and diplomatically with those individuals with whom the employee will be in contact as a company representative.
  • Must be able to read, write, comprehend English
  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must possess basic math skills
  • Must be able to complete tasks efficiently and timely
  • Must have demonstrated ability to maintain good attendance
  • Must have a safe work record

 

 

Saia offers a benefits package to PT Employees who qualify:

  • 401k with 25% match and immediate vesting
  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Vacation days
  • Paid Personal/Sick Days
  • Employee Stock Purchase plan
  • Credit Union
  • Weekly paycheck
  • Direct deposit
  • Scholarship program
  • Employee recognition programs
Saia, Inc
9405 North Highway 59
Victoria, TX 77905
(361)578-7800

 

 

 

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Shipyard
Looking for Welders apprentice .
Job duration is 3-4 years.
New construction
Submit a detailed resume via fax .
Angie
Human Resources
World Wide Labor Support, Inc.
(228)762-3428 (fax)

 

In need of Diesel Mechanics working in a Shipyard Environment

The Marine Diesel Mechanic will have good technical understanding and knowledge of a range of marine diesel products, systems, their functionality and applications and possess the ability to read blueprints, schematics, diagrams and technical order to determine methods and sequences of assembly. This position will also verify dimensions and clearances to ensure conforming to specification; undertake relevant repair and overhaul work on marine diesel engines. Clean, inspect and evaluate the parts required for the repair / replacement, carrying out repair work on well-defined problems. Should be able to work extended hours when required. May at times be exposed to difficult working conditions (both hot and cold climates) and will be required to be physically capable to move on, off and around vessels on a regular basis (in line with the Health and Safety Policy).

Qualifications and experience

Must send Resume
Must Pass Background Check (Rapid Gate)
Pass a drug and alcohol test
5-10 years of hands on experience in the marine industry.
Must maintain personal transportation.

Openings are available now!!!

Please fax Gina Norris
Send resume to:
Fax 866-597-0055

Shipyard
Human Resources Department
Military Ocean Terminal Dock Yard
P.O. Box 240
Bayonne, New Jersey 07002-0240
Fax Resume
Fax: 201-823-9298

GMD Shipyard Corp.
Human Resources Department
Brooklyn Navy Yard, Building 595
Brooklyn, New York 11205
Fax Resume
Fax: 718-260-9284

Illinois International Port
3600 E. 95th Street
Chicago, IL 60617-5193
Fax Resume
Fax: 773-221-7678

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Longshoreman Job Unions

January 26th, 2012
ILWU Local 4

1205 Ingalls Street

Vancouver, WA 98660

Brad Clark, President

Eric Von Husen, Fin- Sec.

Longshore

phone: 360. 693.1821

fax: 360.699.2065

email: ilwu4@comcast.net

Meeting Date: 2nd Wed each month

ILWU Local 6 West Bay

255 9th Street

San Francisco, CA 94103

Warehouse

phone: 415.621.7326

fax: 415.621.2762

Meeting date: 1st Wednesday of each month

San Francisco, CA 9410

ILWU Local 10

400 North Point Street

San Francisco, CA 94133

Richard Mead, President

Farless F. Daily, Sec.-Treasurer

Longshore

phone: 415.776.8100

fax: 415.441.0610

Meeting date: 3rd Thursday of each month

http://www.ilwu10.org/

ILWU Local 14

1126 5th Street

Eureka, CA 95501

Damien Mooney, President

Perry Bressman, Sec.-Treasurer

Longshore and marine clerks

Longshore

phone: 707.442.0490

fax: 707.442.8816

Meeting date: 3rd Wednesday of each month

ILWU Local 19

3440 E Marginal Way, South

Seattle, WA 98134

Cameron Williams, President

Jerome Johnson,Vice President

Longshore

phone: 206 623 7461

fax: 206 623 8136

2nd Thu each month

ILWU Local 22

5303 Pacific Hwy E. PMB #273

Fife, WA 98424

Pete Marzano, President

Candy Nigretto, Secretary

Mike Dootson, Treasurer

General

phone: 253.383.9422

fax: 253.383.9422

ILWU Local 25

814-6th Street

Anacortes, WA 98221

Brandon Staggs, President

Murray Benjiman, Sec.-Treas.

Longshore

phone: 360.293.3724

fax: 360.293.0968

Meeting date: 2nd Thursday each month

ILWU Local 28

2435 NW Front Avenue

Portland, OR 97209

Devin Lingo, President

Dan Hardisty, Sec.-Treas

Security officers

General

phone: 503.227.5299

email: ilwu28@aol.com

Meeting Date: 3rd Wednesday

ILWU Local 32

Mike Rosebrook, President

Ken Hudson, Sec.-Treasurer/BA

Longshore

phone: 425.252.4200

fax: 2425.339.9166

ILWU Local 40

2401 NW 23rd Avenue

Portland, OR 97210-2121

Dawn Des Brisay, President

Martha A. Hendricks, Secretary-Treasurer/BA

Marine clerks

Longshore

phone: 503.221.0342

fax: 503.517.8533

email: clerks@mail.ilwu40.org

Meeting date: 2nd Wed. each month

www.ilwu40.org/

ILWU Local 47

PO Box 355

Olympia, WA 98507

Keith Bausch, President

Robert Rose, Sec.-Treas.

Longshore

phone: 360.357.5915

fax: 360.352.0454

Meeting date: 2nd Thu. each month

ILWU Local 52

 

2414 SW Andover, Ste F100

Seattle, WA 98106

John Cvitkovic, President

David Black, Sec.-Treas.

Marine clerks

Longshore

phone: 206.728.1948

fax: 206 728 0809

Meeting date: 2nd Thu. each month

http://www.ilwu52.com/

ILWU Local 56

 

316 W 7th Street

San Pedro, CA 90731

Cesar Chavez, President

Manuel Gastelum, Sec. Treas./BA

Shipscalers and painters

General

phone: 310.628.5502

fax: 310.832.2101

Meeting date: 2nd Sat. each month

ILWU Local 65

 

PO Box 447

San Pedro, CA 90733

Livanios J. Pilitsis, President

Kiyohiko Amano, Treasurer

Masaki Imoto, Vice President

Cheryl Morris-Dorries, Secretary

Security/Port Police

General

phone: 800.307.1198

email: secretary@laportcops.org

www.laportcops.org

ILWU Local 91

 

1851 Embarcadero St.

Oakland, CA 94606

Brian R. McDonald, President

Chris Baptiste, Vice President

Ed Capizano, Sec.-Treas.

Walking bosses/Foremen

Longshore

phone: 510.536.3795

fax: 510.536.3793

Meeting date: 3rd Thu. every other month

ILWU Local 98

 

22659 Pacific Highway South, Suite 303

Des Moines, WA 98198-5155

Paul Wieser, President

Joe Toro, Vice President

Vern Granberg, Guy Guinn, Dispatcher / Sec.-Treas.

Walking bosses/Foremen

Longshore

phone: 206.870.8010

fax: 206.870.8060

email: ilwu98@earthlink.net

Meeting date: 2nd Thu. each month

ILWU Local 500

 

#100 – 111 Victoria Drive

Vancouver, BC V5L 4C4

Mark Keserich, President

Peter Haines, Sec.-Treas.

Longshore

phone: 604.254.7131

fax: 604.254.7127

email: admin@ilwu500.org

Meeting date: 3rd Wed. each month

http://www.ilwu500.org/

ILWU Local 505

 

PO Box 531

Prince Rupert, BC V8J 3R5

Glenn Edwards, President

Chris Last, Vice President

Tom MacDonald, Sec.-Treas.

Longshore

phone: 250.624.3558

fax: 250.624.6913

email: ilwu505@citytel.net

Meeting date: 2nd Tue. each month except July and August

ILWU Local 518

 

020 – 1880 Triumph St.

Vancouver, BC V5L 1K3

Dave Cochrane, President

Linda Stapleton, Sec.-Treas.

Samplers/Testers/Marine Surveyors

General

phone: 604.240.4714

fax: 604.254.8183

Meeting date: 3rd Wed. each month

ILWU Local 522

 

111 Victoria Dr. # 180

Vancouver, BC V5L 4C4

Bob Ashton, President Pro Tem

Ken Bauder, Sec. Treas. Pro Tem

Warehouse/Maintenance/Clerical

General

phone: 604.254.8141

fax: 604.254.8183

 

ILWU Local 54

 

22 N Union Street

Stockton, CA 95205

Mark Cuevas, President

Eugene Davenport, Sec.-Treas.

Longshore

phone: 209.464.1827

fax: 209.464.5709

email: ilwu54@aol.com

Meeting date: 1st Tue. each month

ILWU Local 63 OCU

 

6615 E Pacific Coast Hwy, #250

Long Beach, CA 90803

John Fageaux, President/BA

Debbie Karmelich, Sec. -Treas./BA

www.ilwulocal63ocu.com

Office Clerical Unit

General

phone: 562.799.3834

fax: 562.799.3836

email: officers@ilwulocal63ocu.com

Meeting date: 2nd Tue. each month

ILWU Local 75

 

4 Berry Street

San Francisco, CA 94107

Tom Lee, President

Patric Kim, Sec.-Treas./B.A.

David Terry, Vice President

Gatemen/Watchmen/Security

General

phone: 415.495.5702

fax: 415.495.1817

Meeting date: 2nd Wed. each month

ILWU Local 94

 

411 North Harbor Blvd. #303

San Pedro, CA 90731

Daniel G. Miranda, President

Eddie Alexander, Vice President

Mike Trudeau, Sec.-Treas.

Foremen/Walking Bosses

Longshore

phone: 310.832.1109

fax: 310.832.2142

Meeting date: 1st Wed. each month

ILWU Local 160

1958 Iwi Way

Honolulu, HI 96816

Wallace Landford, President

Michael Matsumoto, Sec.-Treas.

Security

General

phone: 808.734.0981

Local 200

PO Box 21292

Juneau, AK 99802

Phone: 907-223-4790

Pres. John Bush, 907-223-4790

Sec. Treaus. 907-321-0066

IBU Locals

Visit the IBU page for a complete list.

ILWU Local 400

 

120 – 111 Victoria Drive

Vancouver, BC V5L 4C4

Terry Engler, President

George Bartlett, Secretary-Treasurer

Marine

phone: 604.251.7174

fax: 604.251.7241

email: ilwu400@telus.net

Meeting date: 2nd Tuesday each quarter–March, June, September, December

ILWU Local 505

 

PO Box 531

Prince Rupert, BC V8J 3R5

Glenn Edwards, President

Chris Last, Vice President

Tom MacDonald, Sec.-Treas.

Longshore

phone: 250.624.3558

fax: 250.624.6913

email: ilwu505@citytel.net

Meeting date: 2nd Tue. each month except July and August

ILWU Local 517

 

111 Victoria Drive, #190

Vancouver, BC V5L 4C4

Michael Gorman, President

Mandy Webster, 1st Vice President

Celia George, Sec.-Treas.

Warehouse/Clerical/Maintenance

Warehouse

phone: 604.254.8141

fax: 604.254.8183

Meeting date: 1st Wed. each month

ILWU Local 520

 

Box 23- 1130 Pender St. W

Vancouver, BC V6E 4A4

Bruce Northway, President

Graham Spence, Sec.-Treas.

Boatmen/Dispatcher/Office Staff

General

phone: 604.666.6776

fax: 604.666.6093

email: dispatch@ppa.gc.ca

Meeting date: 1st Wed. each month

ILWU Local 5

917 SW Oak # 206

Portland, OR 97205

Ryan VanWinkle, President

Britta Duncan, Sec-Treasurer

Warehouse, retail and allied

Warehouse

phone: 503-933.7550

fax: 503-345.6640

email: local5@ilwulocal5.com

ILWU Local 8

2435 NW Front Avenue

Portland, OR 97209

Jeff Smith, President

Bruce Holte, Vice President

John Miken, Sec.-Treasurer

Longshore

phone: 503.224.9310

fax: 503.224.9311

email: ilwu8@integra.net

Meeting date: 2nd Wednesday of each month

http://www.ilwu8.org/

ILWU Local 12

2064 Sheridan Avenue

North Bend, OR 97459

Marvin Caldera, President

Gramy Alford, Vice President

Jill Jacobson, Sec.-Treasurer

Jennifer Gumm, Sec.-Treasurer

Longshore

phone: 541.756.4188

fax: 541.756.3851

email: ilwu@gte.net

Meeting date: 2nd Wednesday of each month

ILWU Local 17

1790 Terminal Street

West Sacramento, CA 95691

Robert Strom, President

Jeffrey Carter., Sec-Treasurer

Warehouse

phone: 916.374.9000

fax: 916.374.9222

email: ilwu17@sbcglobal.net

Meeting date: 4th Thursday of each month

ILWU Local 20

300 W. Falcon Street

Wilmington, CA 90744

Gary Harvey, President

Mike Diller, Sec.-Treasurer

Chemical processing/packaging

phone: 310.522.5302

fax: 310.522.5306

Meeting date: 2nd Thu. each month

ILWU Local 23

1306 Alexander Ave. E

Fife, WA 98424

Scott Mason, President

Holly Hulscher, Vice President

Doug Johnson, Sec.-Treas.

Longshore

phone: 253.272.6600

fax: 253.383.5612

Meeting date: 2nd Thur. monthly

www.ilwu23.org

ILWU Local 26

5625 S Figueroa Street

Los Angeles, CA 90037

Luisa Gratz, President

Ed Calleros, Vice President

Hector Aguilar, Sec.-Treas.

Warehouse

phone: 323.753.3461

fax: 323.753.1026

ILWU Local 29
200 East 12th Street

 

Pan American Plaza

 

National City, CA 91950

 

Brian Whately, President

 

John Ryan, Sec.-Treas./Disp

 

Longshore/clerks/foremen

 

Longshore

 

phone: 619.477.4593

 

fax: 619.336.1852

 

Meeting date: 2nd Tue. each month

 

 

ILWU Local 34

4 Berry Street

San Francisco, CA 94107

Sean Farley, President

Dave Hill, Vice President

Allen Fung, Sec.-Treas.

Marine clerks

Longshore

phone: 415.362.8852

fax: 415.957.9918 email: local34@pacbell.net

Meeting date: 3rd Thu. each month

Website: http://ilwumarineclerks34.googlepages.com

ILWU Local 34 Oakland

660 – 4th Street

Oakland, CA 94607

Dan Sakuma, Dispatcher

Marine clerks

Longshore

phone: 510.893.4456

fax: 510.893.4436

ILWU Local 50

491 Industry Street

Astoria, OR 97103

John Estoos, President

David Brewer, Sec.-Treas.

Longshore

phone: 503.325.2271

fax: 503.325.2425

Meeting date: 2nd Wed. each month

ILWU Local 53

 

606 SW 13th Street

Newport, OR 97365

Yale Fogerty, President & Dispatcher

Pat Ruddiman, Sec.-Treas & Dispatcher

Longshore

phone: 541.265.2191

phone: 541.270.2739 Dispatcher

fax: 541.265.2191

email: ilwulocal53@qwestoffice.net

Meeting date: 2nd Wed., 2nd shift

ILWU Local 63

 

350 W. 5th Street, Suite 200

San Pedro, CA 90731

Michael Podue, President/BA

Peter Peyton, Vice President/BA

Marine Clerks

Longshore

phone: 310.521.6363

fax: 310.521.6343

Meeting date: 1st Thu. each month

www.ilwu63.net

ILWU Local 68

 

PO Box 1485

San Pedro, CA 90733

Edward Royles, President

Port Pilots

General

phone: 310.548.6894

Local 92

3710 NW Front Ave, Ste D

Portland, OR 97210

Pete McEllrath, President

Mike Palmer, Se./Dispatcher

Walking bosses/Foreman

phone: (503) 222-9531

Fax: (503) 295-2853

Meeting date: 1st Wed. each month

email: local92@ilwu.comcastbiz.net

ILWU Local 142

 

451 Atkinson Drive

Honolulu, HI 96814

Isaac Fiesta, President

Donna Domingo, Vice President

Guy Fujimura, Secretary-Treasurer

General

phone: 808.949.4161

fax: 808.955.1915

Meeting Schedule:

Local Executive Board–Quarterly

Joint Local Trustees and Centralized Fund Trustees–Quarterly

Local Executive Committee–Monthly

Division Executive Boards–Monthly

www.ilwulocal142.org

ILWU Local 502

11828 Tannery Rd.

Surrey, BC V3V 3W7

Kent Birmingham, President

Robert Ford, Sec.-Treas.

Longshore

phone: 604.580.8882

fax: 604.580.4440

email: dispatch@ilwulocal502,bc.ca

Meeting date: 3rd Wed. each month

ILWU Local 514

 

4045 First Ave

Burnaby, BC V5C 3W5

Frank Scigliano, President

Ron Roberts. Vice President

Frank Morena, Sec.-Treas.

Ship and Dock Foremen

Longshore

phone: 604.298.9684

fax: 604.298.9309

email: ilwu514@telus.net

Meeting date: 3rd Wed. Feb.-June and Sept.-Nov.

ILWU Local 519

 

PO Box 213

Stewart, BC V0T 1W0

Richard Lemieux, President & Sec.-Treas.

Longshore

phone: 250.636.2500

fax: 250.636.2189

Meeting date: 1st Wed. each month

ILWU Local 523

 

1701 Kootenay Avenue

Prince Rupert, BC V8J 4A3

Ron Coolin, President

David Thomson, Sec. Treas.

General

phone: 250.627.7625

fax: 604.254.8183

 

 

ILWU Local 6

99 Hegenberger Road

Oakland, CA 94621

Fred Pecker, Sec-Treasurer

Warehouse

phone: 510.638.5605

fax: 510.638.3297

email: local6ilwu@ilwu6.org

Monthly meeting dates:

Oakland: 3rd Thursday

TOPs Division: 2nd Wednesday

ILWU Local 9

2800 1st Avenue, Ste 201

Seattle, WA 98121

Dave Black, President

Steven Chin, Vice President

Tony Hutter, Sec-Treasurer

Warehouse

phone: 206.448.3489

fax: 206.448.3491

Meeting date: 2nd Tuesday of each month

ILWU Local 13
630 South Centre St.

 

San Pedro, CA, CA 90731

 

Joe Cortez, President,

Armando Porras, Sec.-Treasurer

 

Longshore

 

phone: 310 830 1130

 

fax: 310 830 3489

 

Meeting date:1st Thursday of each month

http://www.ilwu-local13.org/

ILWU Local 18

PO Box 980068

West Sacramento, CA 95798

Derek Peterson, President

Rena Smith, Sec.-Treasurer

Longshore

phone: 916.371.0469

fax: 916.371.5545

Meeting date: 1st Tuesday of each month

ILWU Local 21

617 – 14th Avenue

Longview, WA 98632

Dan Coffman, President

Shelly Porter, Sec.-Treas.

Longshore

phone: 360.423.0950

fax: 360.423.5498

email: ilwu21@iinet.com

Meeting date: 2nd Wed. each month

ILWU Local 24

3105 John Stevens Way

Hoquiam, WA 98550

Robert Fisher, President

Billy D. Swor, Sec.-Treas.

Longshore

phone: 360.533.3412

fax: 360.533.1406

Meeting date: 2nd Thu. each month

ILWU Local 27

608 Marine Drive

Port Angeles, WA 98383

Allen Osterberg, President

Jay Kalla, Sec.-Treas

Longshore

phone: 360.457.7595

fax: 360.457.8942

email: ilwu27@olympus.net

Meeting date: 2nd Thu. each month

ILWU Local 30

24001 Chaparral

Boron, CA 93516

Dave Liebengood, President

Mark Blankenship, Sec.-Treas.

Mine, Mineral Processing

General

phone: 760.762.6151

fax: 760.762.5542

Meeting date: 3rd Tue. each month

ILWU Local 34 Delta Unit

1024 W Robinhood Drive #8

Stockton, CA 95207

Greg Delucchi, Dispatcher

Tony Cashero, Chairman

Marine clerks

Longshore

phone: 209.478.8864

fax: 209.475.0973

Meeting date: 1st Tue. each month

ILWU Local 46

P.O. Box 100

Port Hueneme, CA 93041

Milo Valdivia, President

Jess Herrera, Sec.-Treasurer/Dispatcher

Longshore/multi-charter

Longshore

phone: 805.488.2944

fax: 805.488.1242

email: ilwu46@aol.com

Meeting date: 1st Friday each month

ILWU Local 51

PO Box 380

Allyn, WA 98524

David R. Smith, President

Duane R. Johnson, Sec. Treas.

Longshore

phone: 360.277.9350

fax: 360.277.9342

email: duanej51@msn.com

Meeting date: 2nd Thu. each month

How to Get a Job as a Longshoreman

January 18th, 2012

How to Get a Job as a Longshoreman

The Longshoreman Picture Working as a longshoreman can be both rewarding as well as physically challenging. The salary is competitive and you get to assist in loading and unloading some of the world’s most valuable cargo. You also get to work in a job that allows you flexibility in terms of where and when you work. The hours vary and you can certainly make a lot of money depending on how much you work.When figuring out how to become a longshoreman, the first thing you need to do is assess your physical ability. You have to be able to handle heavy loads and be on your feet for hours at a time.

If you feel this is something you would enjoy then this career may be for you.If you want to know how to get a job as a longshoreman, you will need to apply for jobs and convey your credentials. There is entry-level training available and you can work your way up to the position. It is not something that is impossible. Many entry level jobs lead to management positions with excellent pay as well as benefits. Learning how to become a longshoreman can take several months of on-the-job training. Of course, you have to understand the perils of the job as well. There can be accidents and you need to take as many precautions as possible. That may mean wearing a back brace to protect your back and learning of the proper ways to load and unload heavy cargo so that you don’t hurt yourself physically. If you do have an accident, this may prevent you from work in the future and affect your income.When you figure out how to get a job as a longshoreman, you may realize it is not as difficult as you may think. You will be trained in safety to ensure you are not harmed on the job. Determining how to become a longshoreman can take a matter of days or weeks depending on how quickly you learn and apply what you have learned. It doesn’t have to be hard and it can be learned quickly.

How to get a job as a longshoreman can also depend on where you live. Most longshoremen work in port areas, so if you live next to a major sea port, you are in luck. Also, it can help to know people who work in the industry. You may try to find events that involve longshoremen and attend to see if you can network. Ask questions of friends and acquaintances in the industry about how they got started. As friends if they know anyone in the industry. Find longshoreman training events nearby and try to attend. All of these opportunities can be invaluable when trying to get a job as a longshoreman. You may also meet valuable acquaintances that can help you find a job in your city.

Expressing your interest in the filed to people in the industry can not only help you get a job as a longshoreman but build an enjoyable lifetime career for yourself.

Oil Rig Jobs

January 15th, 2012

Oil Rig Jobs

 

oil rig pic1 In case you are actually interested in oil rig jobs and also have got past experience or even desire experience accomplishing work on an oil rig, then we are actually looking to work with you. When it comes to oil rig jobs, a person currently have the means for you to work outdoors on a Rig. Holding a job directly on a particular oil rig as an aspect of one of our jobs can easily become both fascinating and also fulfilling.

You get to help be a part of a real team . In the event You apply for one of their oil rig jobs or perhaps work upon an oil rig, you will need to be mentally or physically able to be able to perform this job since it will certainly demand heavy lifting from time to time and also a great deal of physical work. What could be fantastic regarding rig jobs is actually you obtain true world knowledge involving the world wide oil trade market and in addition get to load and also un-load an oil rig with drums of oil as well as container vessels with thousands of gallons of oil getting freighted worldwide. You additionally obtain in-depth information involving the seriousness of shipping and ocean ships to around the globe trade.

You need to incorporate the use involving judgement to figure out the ultimate idea to load just about all the merchandise and also merchandise off along with on the boat or vessel. You need to perform very fast as a lot of vessels have actually a deadline day they must meet and you are a part of that deadline. Additionally, you need to possess the energy levels to be able to work recurrently on a oil rig till every single one of the shipment is actually either loaded also unloaded.

Work occur as usually as the oil rig, offering you a moment for breaks or any kind of documents that has to be taken care of. It is always critical to also realize that presently there are actually a few natural dangers which might occur with this particular job. You must be ready in the event that some of these happen. Of course, accidental injuries are generally few and far between and actions are actually used to ensure to highest safe practice associated with oil rig work with regards to rigs. The work could often end up being tiring so it is very important for you to be thoroughly rested each and every day you work to ensure that you do the job at the maximum standards necessary to perform at this unique career.

Pioneer Drilling Company

1409 Kilgore Drive
Henderson, TX 75653
Fax: (903) 655-6643

South Texas

334 Flato Road
Corpus Christi, TX 78403
Fax: (361) 289-0718

West Texas

4401 East Highway 80
Midland, TX 79706
Fax: (432) 684-4767

Longshoreman Job Human Resource

January 15th, 2012

Longshoreman Job Human Resource

When searching or applying for a Longshoreman Job it is very important to have a up to date resume with most recent employment first.

On our website, and below you will find a longshoreman Job, and oil rig human resource departments in charge of hiring . Feel free to submit your resume with name and contact information to be considered for employment.

 

Director of Human Resources
R. Elaine Smith
Email: esmith@portofvirginia.com

Human Resources Manager
Elizabeth Saxby
Email: esaxby@portofvirginia.com

Human Resources Coordinator
Kristen Cooney
Email: kcooney@portofvirginia.com

Human Resources Analyst
Erika Snow*
Email: esnow@portofvirginia.com

 

 

*FOR QUESTIONS REGARDING APPLICATIONS, RESUME SUBMISSION PLEASE CONTACT ERIKA SNOW *

Entry Level Longshoreman Jobs

January 14th, 2012

Entry Level Longshoreman Jobs

The Longshoreman Picture2 In case you tend to be interested in entry level longshoreman jobs and also have actually past experience or even would like experience accomplishing work on an oil rig, then we are actually looking to work with you. when it comes to entry level longshoreman jobs, an individual currently have the means to be able to work outdoors loading and unloading ship cargo.Doing work directly on a great oil rig as portion of one of our longshoreman jobs definitely will end up being both fascinating in addition fulfilling.

You get to positively be a part of a real team shipping products wanted desperately by corporations and also retail stores as well locally as well as internationally.In the event You apply for one of these entry level longshoreman jobs or perhaps work upon an oil rig, you will need to be mentally or physically ready to be able to perform this job since it will definitely demand heavy lifting from time to time as well as a whole lot of physical work.

What is also fantastic regarding longshoreman jobs can be you obtain actual world knowledge pertaining to the world-wide trade business and also get to load as well as un-load an oil rig with drums of oil or even container vessels with thousands of supplies getting transported worldwide. You in addition obtain in-depth understanding associated with the significance of shipping and ocean ships to overseas trade.

You need to incorporate the use associated with common sense to figure out the very best method to un-load almost all the equipment and also items off as well as on the boat or vessel. You preferably should perform very fast as a large number of vessels have got a timeline they must meet and you are a part of that deadline. Additionally, you will need to possess the strength to be able to work recurrently on vessels until finally every single one of the shipment is always either loaded also unloaded.

Work occur as frequently as the vessels connect in the port, providing you opportunity for breaks or any kind of papers that has to be taken care of. It is certainly essential to also realize that presently there tend to be a few natural potential risks which will likely occur with this particular job. You need to be very well prepared in the event that some of these happen. Of course, injuries are generally few and far between and actions are generally used to ensure to highest protection associated with longshoremen doing work with regards to vessels. The work could often end up being tiring so it is crucial for you to be incredibly well rested each and every day you work to ensure that you engage in at the the best possible standards necessary to perform at this valuable occupation and also excel.

Longshoreman Jobs

December 21st, 2011

The Longshoreman Picture1Longshoreman Jobs

If you are interested in longshoreman jobs and have experience or want experience working on an oil rig, then we are looking for you. With longshoreman jobs, you have the ability to work outdoors loading and unloading ship cargo.Working on an oil rig as part of one of our longshoreman jobs can be both exciting and fulfilling. You get to be part of a team shipping cargo needed by businesses and retailers alike domestically and internationally.

If you apply for one of their oil rig jobs, you must be physically capable to do the job as it will require heavy lifting from time to time and a lot of physical work.What is great about longshoreman jobs is you get real world knowledge of the global trade industry and get to load and unload an oil rig with barrels of oil or container ships with thousands of goods being shipped worldwide. You also get in-depth knowledge of the importance of shipping and marine vessels to worldwide trade.

You must employ the use of logic to figure out the best way to unload all the goods and commodities off and on the ship or vessel. You must work quickly as many ships have a deadline they must meet and you are a part of that deadline. Additionally, you must have the stamina to work constantly on ships until all of the cargo is either loaded or unloaded.

Work come as often as the ships dock in your port, giving you time for breaks or any paperwork that needs to be taken care of. It is important to also understand that there are some natural hazards that may come with entry level longshoreman jobs. You should be prepared in the event that these happen. Of course, accidents are few and far between and measures are taken to ensure to utmost safety of longshoremen working on vessels. The work can also be exhausting so it is important to be well rested each day you work to ensure that you perform at the optimum levels needed to work at this job and excel.

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