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Old 02-28-2006, 10:30 AM
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In order to get maximum exposure, where do you advertise to hire someone in the Marine Industry? I already put an add on OSO so where else would you advertise?

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Old 02-28-2006, 10:38 AM
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In order to get maximum exposure, where do you advertise to hire someone in the Marine Industry? I already put an add on OSO so where else would you advertise?

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Right here Andy. More people will see you're looking for help in the General Forum than anywhere else.

And a job in Bermuda? I think the phone will ring off the hook.

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National Marine Manufacturer's Association (NMMA) Jobmart

http://www.nmma.org/jobmart/
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What type of help are you looking for in the feld and where.
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We need an adapatable person to help us out.
Pull boats -we have ConOLift and HoStar hydraulic trailers.
Basic Maintenance
Fibreglass and structural repairs
Painting
General help in running a decent size yard(s)
We are trying to see who is out there and what it would take to relocate. What we want is someone who can add a to our business and we can work to that person if it makes sense.

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Location = Bermuda

I'm packing my bags now
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I graduate in may with a marine engineering degree... it is to design offshore structures, floating oil production, coastal structures such as marinas, and we even get a little naval arcitecture. I am looking for anything as far as a job... and Bermuda sounds great.. I am looking to move anyways.

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National Marine Manufacturer's Association (NMMA) Jobmart

http://www.nmma.org/jobmart/
wow, surprisingly there are barley any jobs onthat site. I woudl think more builders would use it.

I check monster and career builder. May want to also post there.
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you do not need no stinking mechanic/yard guy, you need an accountant, and I happen to know one who could head to bermuda in a new york second.....
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you do not need no stinking mechanic/yard guy, you need an accountant, and I happen to know one who could head to bermuda in a new york second.....
Wouldn't that be a Kentucky second?
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