Fiberglass Technician: McMichael Yacht Yards

Employer: McMichael Yacht Yards

Email Address: peterm@mcmyacht.com

Position Title: Fiberglass Technician

Compensation/Rate: Compensation based on experience

Job Description: Marine Fiberglass Technician - wanted with minimum 5 yrs. experience in all phases of fiberglass and gel-coat repairs. Knowledge in spraying bottoms and topsides would be a plus. McMichael’s is well known for its structural fiberglass repairs and custom projects. Facilities have heated sheds for year round repairs. Servicing both power and sailboats at 2 full service yards in western part of Long Island Sound. McMichael’s is also a boat dealer for many of the finest brands in our industry.

Candidate must take pride his/her work, be punctual and a team player. This is a full time position with plenty of year round work. Job offers full benefit package with health insurance, 401k, paid vacation and holidays. Salary based on experience. Company established in 1935. Great opportunity for the right person!

Visit our web site to learn more about the company.

http://mcmichaelyachtbrokers.com

Contact Peter MacKenzie 914-381-5900

Composites Laminator / General Small Shop Manager: Rhodes Yacht Design

Employer: Rhodes Yacht Design

Email Address: rhodesyachtdesign@gmail.com

Position Title: Composites Laminator / General Small Shop Manager

Compensation/Rate: $15-25/h depending on experience

Job Description: Rhodes Yacht Design is a small design and tooling firm that is a mainstay in the marine industry known for quality. We design boats and manufacture tooling for a handful of the premier custom sportfish boatbuilders, as well as numerous production companies. We have an in-house CNC machine and cut many of the items we design.

We are located in Charleston, SC with a newly renovated shop/office space.

We are looking for an individual to help in general shop/cnc tasks & to fabricate flat composite panels that will be used in a stringer system. We are contracted to manufacture the structural stringers for one of the premier local boatbuilders, and we need an individual to help us create a top quality product. If you are highly motivated, have composite experience and like a small work environment, come join our team!

The job includes paid time off, a quality work environment and an unrigid schedule.

Draftsman/Marine Design: Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding

Employer: Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding

Email Address: hr@gladding-hearn.com

Position Title: Draftsman/Marine Design

Compensation/Rate: Based on experience and skill set

Job Description: Draftsman/Marine Design

Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding is seeking to hire a Draftsman. This is a full-time position, located

in Somerset, MA. Occasional overtime is available. Candidate must pass pre-employment

physical and random drug testing.

GENERAL DUTIES:

This position designs and creates technical drawings for new vessel construction, utilizing the

required computer programs noted below. Candidate must be a team player, have good

communication skills and work well with others to resolve any design or production issues.

Required Computer Skills: Must be proficient in Outlook, Excel, Word, Autocad, Rhino or

Solidworks programs.

Knowledge of Kubotek Key Creator is a plus. Engineering Degree and Boating background are

also a plus.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

· Create 3-D CAD models and render into 2-D CAD drawings (including but not limited to):

Mechanical systems

Interior accommodation spaces

Exterior arrangements

Structure

· Revise drawings as needed to maintain as built records or resolve errors/omissions.

· Ability to articulate concepts with hand sketches for job site communication

· Create bill of materials of completed designs.

· Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written in order to

effectively communicate with production and design staff.

· Assist in sea trials and commissioning as needed:

Deadweight survey

Vessel condition and performance

Corrosion survey

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

· Must have the analytical ability to research problem areas.

· Ability to handle competing priorities and deadlines effectively and respond well to last

minute, high priority, time sensitive projects.

· Must be a self-starter, well organized, and detail oriented.

· Ability to read and comprehend work specifications, blueprints, and technical publications.

· Knowledge of mechanical and electrical systems.

If you are interested in a career with Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, please visit our website

www.gladding-hearn.com and click on the employment page.

Benefits include: Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and 401k with employer

contribution. Paid holidays, sick time and vacation.

Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation, is an equal opportunity employer and offers a safe and drug-free

work environment. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion,

sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status

Marine Diesel Technician: Diesel Smith LLC

Employer: Diesel Smith LLC

Email Address: dieselsmith.mass@gmail.com

Position Title: Marine Diesel Technician

Compensation/Rate: $16-$20/hour starting based on experience

Job Description: We are looking for Diesel Technicians who are comfortable working on marine diesel engines as well as industrial equipment. Also, who are comfortable with re-powers.

High School diploma or equivalent required.

Associates degree or equivalent from two-year College or technical school preferred.

Basic theoretical and practical knowledge required for the repair of diesel engines.

Basic computer skills are required.

Must provide own tools.

Applicant must be available 40 hours a week, M-F, Full-Time

References Required

Start Immediately & No Winter Layoffs!

Come work for a new and rapidly growing company here on Cape Cod. Please email resumes to dieselsmith.mass@gmail.com

Production Designer/Drafter: Armstrong Marine USA

Employer: Armstrong Marine USA

Email Address: humanresources@armstrongmarine.com

Position Title: Production Designer/Drafter

Compensation/Rate: DoE

Job Description: Company Description

Armstrong Marine USA designs and builds welded aluminum boats and barges. High performance designs and quality workmanship define the Armstrong brand that was developed in the Pacific Northwest more than two decades ago. Armstrong vessels can now be found in service around the world, meeting the demands of the commercial marine industry and private clients.

Job Description

Design vessel components to meet customer, company, and regulatory specifications.

It shall be the commitment of all employees to uphold Armstrong Marine USA’s Core Values of:

Respect – Teamwork – Quality Craftsmanship – Financial Responsibility – Accountability – Safety

Analyze proposal sketches, specifications, related data and drawings to determine vessel arrangements.

Using computer models, design all elements (e.g., structure, equipment, auxiliary systems, and their components) of vessels to integrate the basic design features and the desired characteristics of the boat as a whole.

Perform analysis and calculations to ensure design compliance with engineering principles, company quality standards, customer performance requirements, and regulatory specifications. Knowledge of / ability to perform naval architectural calculations a plus.

Evaluate design changes and release revised drawings, as needed. Follow company procedures to properly document and notify Production of revisions.

Serve as an approachable liaison between the Engineering Department and Production Supervisors, troubleshooting problems related to design.

Inspect and evaluate projects, as required.

Anticipate design data required by Production to ensure on-time execution of the Production Schedule.

Complete work within specified deadlines set by the Engineering Manager.

Create CNC cut files.

Participate in regular/required Engineering meetings.

Collaborate with the Sales Designer/Draftsman, as needed.

Other duties as required.

Qualifications

Proficiency in the use of Rhino. Proficiency in the use of other CAD tools will be considered an asset.

Professional certification and/or degree in a relevant discipline.

Strong attention to detail, spatial acuity, and analytical skill.

2 – 5 years relevant experience in vessel design/drafting. Familiarity with marine design regulations (e.g. ABYC, USCG) [preferred].

Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office.

Must be 18 years of age and eligible to work in the US.

Additional information

Benefits include:

medical insurance,

life insurance,

dental insurance,

vision insurance,

401(k) retirement plan with matching employer contributions,

paid vacation,

paid holidays,

paid sick leave, and

opportunity for paid education/training/certification.

Armstrong Marine USA provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital or veteran/military status, pregnancy, HIV status, the presence of disabilities, or any other classification protected by applicable law.

Electric Engineer - Marine: Rand Associates

Employer: Rand Associates (recruiting firm)

Email Address: rassocinme@gmail.com

Position Title: Electric Engineer - Marine

Compensation/Rate: commensurate with experience

Job Description: Electrical Engineer-Marine – Rhode Island

This full time position will report to the Engineering Manager of a Rhode Island shipyard

that specializes in the design and construction of aluminum and steel vessels up to 220

feet in length and including passenger vehicle ferries, fast commuter boats, dinner

excursion boats, passenger ferries, small cruise ships, bunkering tankers, tugs,

commercial trawlers and wind farm service vessels.

The position has electrical project responsibility for the electrical plans and drawings as well as the design and installation of electrical circuitry for seagoing commercial vessels.Requires a minimum of 5-7 years of electrical engineering experience in a maritime environment preferably in an organization that manufactures ships and /or boats for navigation in salt and/or fresh water.

The successful candidate should be well versed in electrical theory: calculating electrical loads, wire sizes, etc. In addition, a good background in the design of AC/DC panels is preferred.

The candidate must be proficient in one or more CAD platforms and have a good working knowledge of MS Office programs. Knowledge of applicable CFR, USCG, IEEE, ABYC and other federal regulations would be important.

If interested, please email Rand Gesing at Rand Associates (a recruiting firm) for more

information: rassocinme@gmail.com.

Composites Engineer: Regal Marine Industries, Inc.

Employer: Regal Marine Industries, Inc.

Email Address: jjuarez@regalboats.com

Position Title: Composites Engineer

Compensation/Rate: negotiable

Job Description: Summary

Regal Marine Industries, Inc. located in sunny Orlando, FL is seeking a Composites Engineer experienced with Fiberglass. The Composites Engineer is directly responsible for both structural and cosmetic fiberglass components, all subsequent testing, defining the specifications for all composite materials on new products, and leads Regal’s long-term composite plan.

Immediate Goals for this Position

• Work with manufacturing leaders to develop processes and lamination schedules to reduce gel coat rework plant wide.

• Develop a process to reduce print during the infusion process. This could include Epoxy or other lamination methods.

• Develop a new stringer/structural system for smaller boats.

• Develop a process to turn molds quicker.

Other Essential Duties & Responsibilities

• Define and design component specifications for composite structures from design through manufacturing completion

• Generate Engineering models, drawings and Bills of Material for new designs.

• Generate Engineering change notices as required

• Evaluate and advise on the impact of the new product, programs, and strategies

• Ensure and acquire component and system compliance with industry standards

• Evaluate and test new composite structures for ISO and CE compliance based on industry equations for marine structural loading

• Coordinate with vendors on new products and materials

• Assist production with the integration of new model laminate structures and material updated to existing models

Qualifications

• BS in Mechanical Engineering or related Technical Field

• At least two years of 3D CAD Modeling experience, preferably SolidWorks and Rhino

• At least two years of experience in composites and composite structure design, specifically with Fiberglass.

• At least two years of experience in reading, analyzing and interpreting complex technical documents

• Must be a creative individual with high ethical standards and an appropriate professional image

• Must be a strategic visionary with sound technical skills, analytical ability, decisive, good judgment and strong operational focus.

• Must be a well-organized and self-directed individual who is a team player

• Able to communicate effectively with all levels of the organization

• A “Coach” who will share information as a mentor with the team

• Must have a quick response time to sensitive inquiries and concerns

Marine Finisher: Hodgdon Yachts

Employer: Hodgdon Yachts

Email Address: dhammond@hodgdonyachts.com

Position Title: Marine Finisher

Compensation/Rate: Minimum $18, based on experience

Job Description: MARINE FINISHER

at our Southport, Maine division

A Marine Finisher is responsible for all surface preparations and coating of the vessel, may include fairing, sanding, painting, spraying and other finishing procedure. Finishing may involve epoxy, linear polyurethanes and other marine finish products. A Finisher may also assist with preparing estimates, including interacting with Service Managers and/or Customers.

Five years’ experience in the marine finishing industry is preferred but may be substituted for experience in high-end auto body shop finishing. The applicant must be familiar with brush and spray applications, have high quality standards and pay attention to detail. The applicant must have a keen understanding of the safety procedures, have good communication skills and be a team player.

A Marine Finisher must also possess basic mathematic skills, must be able to read and understand paint mixing formulas, have flexibility to work in standing, squatting or kneeling position, work in small confined spaces, as well as reaching overhead with some twisting and bending, while performing the tasks described above. Finisher must not have a fear of heights and must be able to lift a minimum of 25lbs.

If you are interested in joining our team please send your letter of interest, resume and references to:

Diane Hammond, Human Resource Manager, P.O. Box 179, Southport, Maine, 04576 or email to dhammond@hodgdonyachts.com.

Marine Mechanic: Hodgdon Yachts

Employer: Hodgdon Yachts

Email Address: dhammond@hodgdonyachts.com

Position Title: Marine Mechanic

Compensation/Rate: $18 - $25 per hour depending upon experience

Job Description: Marine Mechanic

Job Summary: Marine Mechanic position includes but is not limited to repair and service on all types of marine engines, both gasoline and diesel, with a strong emphasis on diesel inboard and generator applications. Stern drive, outboard experience is also preferred.

Major Responsibilities/Activities: Duties include commissioning/decommissioning, troubleshooting and repair of water systems, engines, refrigeration systems, AC and DC heating/cooling systems, electrical systems and heads. Provide estimates for system upgrades and repairs typical to marine systems. Ability to research in catalogs, on-line, through dealer port holes and service/parts manuals and computer sources is preferred.

Minimum Requirements:

• Strong mechanical aptitude.

• Extensive experience with marine engines, electronics and boat systems.

• Experience in diesel engines and aspects of yachts systems onboard vessels up to 65’ is preferred.

• Must have strong attention to detail and maintain cleanliness on projects both during and upon completion.

• Must be able to work independently and have high quality work ethic.

• Must be a self-starter, able to manage projects on your own and have excellent customer service skills with the ability to effectively communicate directly with customers and service managers.

Working Conditions:

§ Outdoors most of the time

§ Occasional extreme indoor and outdoor temperatures.

§ Occasional exposure to extreme heights.

§ Rare exposure to adverse ventilation conditions where use of a respirator will be required.

Essential Job Functions:

§ Flexibility to work in the standing, squatting, or kneeling position, as well as reaching overhead with occasional twisting and bending while performing any of the above tasks.

§ Stair and ladder climbing is required.

§ Ability to work in small spaces.

§ Minimal lifting required above 50 lbs.

Additional Comments:

§ Schedule is Monday-Thursday from 6am to 430pm.

§ Spring, Fall and from time to time it may be necessary to work additional shifts or on weekends.

§ Must work as part of a team.

§ Must be punctual.

Education Requirements: Some level of American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) certification and/or any manufacturer training preferred.

Essential Mental Functions: Contact with customers is often necessary and therefore employees are expected to be courteous and follow uniform rules. Customers may not direct employees to perform any unauthorized work; all additions to any work orders must be done through the office of the Service Team.

To apply please send application, resume and references to:

Diane Hammond

Human Resource Manager

Hodgdon Yachts, Inc.

P.O. Box 505

East Boothbay, ME 04544

Or email to: dhammond@hodgdonyachts.com

Designer I: BMT Designers & Planners

Employer: BMT Designers & Planners

Email Address: hr@dandp.com

Position Title: Designer I

Compensation/Rate: $20-$25

Job Description: BMT is seeking a Designer/Drafter with structural and / or systems design experience. Designer will be responsible for working with naval architects and marine engineers to develop preliminary design drawings, arrangements and assemblies in support of several passenger vessels, patrol boats and government small boat design projects. Ideal candidate will have ‘can do’ attitude and commitment to learning and comfortable working in a fast pace environment with team engineer and design team.

Qualified candidates must be US citizen with the ability to obtain DOD security clearance. Company will not sponsor a work visa for this position.

Work Location: Alexandria, VA

Qualifications:

• High school diploma or equivalent required. Technical school preferred.

• Minimum 1-3 years’ experience creating or modifying drawings to support the marine design and modification projects using 2D and 3D AutoCAD is required

• Experience creating production level detailed drawings in AutoCAD as well as 3D modeling in ShipConstructor and creating associated assembly drawings preferred

• Experience developing detailed Bill of Materials and calculating weights is highly desirable

• Knowledge of shipboard arrangements, weldments and mechanical systems is highly desirable.

• Knowledge of ShipConstructor Piping and Hull modules a plus

• Familiarity with USN, USCG, ABS, SOLAS and CFR a plus.

• Displayed proficiency in MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel a plus

• Experience modeling surfaces in Rhino 3D a plus

• Experience working within multidisciplinary design teams a plus

• Shipyard experience preferred

• Demonstrate strong commitment to proactively investigate and resolve detail technical design problems independently and with support from engineering design team

• Strong listening, verbal and written communication skills that facilitate ability to reach out, ask questions and complete tasks on schedule is required

• Physically able to conduct ship checks including working in confined spaces, climbing ladders and lifting up to 25 pounds is required

• Confident action oriented, self-starter with a sense of integrity and actively contributes to providing high caliber service and meeting client needs on time

BMT enjoys a diverse professional staff and offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package. Applicants must email resume, BMT Employment Application and Surveys with subject line "DES 105" to HR@dandp.com or fax to 703-920-7177. Please use links to find and complete the employment application, applicant self-identification survey, applicant veteran survey and applicant disability survey. This business uses E-Verify in its hiring practices to achieve a lawful workforce. BMT is an Equal Opportunity Employer & Affirmative Action Employer of M/F/Veterans/Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.

DAS USA

4401 Ford Avenue, Suite 1000

Alexandria, VA 22302

+1 703 920 7070

HR@dandp.com

Boat Maintenance: Woodwork, Paint, Varnish, Fiberglass

Employer: Darling's Boatworks

Email Address: george@darlingsboatworks.com

Position Title: Boat maintenance: woodwork, paint, varnish, fiberglass

Compensation/Rate: Commensurate with experience

Job Description: We have immediate full time year round openings for qualified individuals who want to participate in a highly reputable boatyard on Lake Champlain. Our main shop is located three miles inland and 20 minutes south of Burlington. Our secondary space is at Point Bay Marina, who provide dock-age to over 200 boats and store over 400 in the winter. We work on both wood and fiberglass vessels ranging from dinghies to 50 foot yachts.

Depending on position, skills include but are not limited to: woodworking, composites, painting, varnishing, cleaning/ waxing, electronics, and an understanding of general boat maintenance. Must have strong work ethic and be able to perform physically demanding tasks. Pay starts well above minimum wage; depending on skill level pay can increase quickly. Please send resume or letter of interest.

Marine Carpenter: Bayliss Boatworks

Employer: Bayliss Boatworks

Email Address: employment@baylissboatworks.com

Position Title: Marine Carpenter

Compensation/Rate: Depends on Experience

Job Description: We are looking for skilled, enthusiastic carpenters with a strong work ethic and a positive attitude! Qualified candidates will have general to advanced woodworking experience, be self-motivated, ready to learn new skills, and have a knack for details. If you’re able to work with radius and curved surfaces, that’s a definite plus!

Benefits

Along with building and servicing some of the finest sportfishing yachts in the world, we offer the following benefits:

Industry Leading Pay Scale

Medical and Dental Insurance

Life Insurance

Paid Time Off

Paid Holidays

401(k)

Tool Allowance

At our facility in Wanchese, NC, we build 100% custom sportfishing yachts, 60’ and above. Our team of 100 employees are committed to push beyond industry standards and set the bar high. Our employees have access to the best and safest equipment that is available. We are diverse and dynamic and are working hard to create a new normal in the boatbuilding industry.

To learn more about our company, visit our website at: www.baylissboatworks.com/careers

Boat Builder: Tampa Yacht Manufacturing

Employer: Tampa Yacht Manufacturing

Email Address: vjenks@hotmail.com

Position Title: Boat Builder

Compensation/Rate: $14 to $19 depending on qualifications

Job Description: All phases of boat building from prototype to production, including tooling construction for infusion and hand layup plugs and molds, purchase part prototype layout and installation, building documentation and Q.C., metal fabrication for tooling support and building fixtures and 1st complete model prototype assembly and testing.

This is a chance to participate in a new model from start to finish.

US Sailing: Offshore Technical Assistant

Employer: US Sailing

Email Address: careers@ussailing.org

Position Title: Offshore Technical Assistant

Compensation/Rate: Commensurate with Experience

Job Description: Offshore Technical Assistant

The Offshore Technical Assistant is primarily responsible for the acquisition and processing of International Rating Certificate (IRC), Offshore Racing Council (ORC), and Offshore Racing Association (ORA) certificate data. This includes interfacing with owners, designers, and race officials to ensure appropriate standards are met. This position is also responsible for management of Performance Handicap Racing Fleet (PHRF) data under the purview of US Sailing.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• Performs initial review, data entry, and proofing of the Offshore Racing Rule (ORR) and the Offshore Racing Congress certificates (ORC) certificates

• Principal contact for affiliated PHRF fleets including boat owners and fleet rating officer communications

• Principal contact for US Sailing certified measurers

• Supervises technical, non-staff consultants

• Performs special projects to further US Sailing’s mission within the limits of skill and experience

• Cooperate with rating authorities to provide requisite information and feedback

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES)

• Bachelor’s Degree in Technical Discipline

• 2+ years personal experience in sailboat racing, rating rules, and sailboat measurement processes

• Ability to coordinate with efforts of office staff, owners, and designers effectively

• Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office products

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

• Proficient in the use of databases

• Preferred experience with CAD tools (Rhino3D, Multisurf, etc.)

Building and Maintaining Classic Boats

Employer: Ballentine's Boat Shop

Email Address: amy@ballentinesboatshop.com

Position Title: Building and Maintaining Classic boats

Compensation/Rate: experience dependent

Job Description: Ballentine's Boat Shop is currently looking for a passionate, detail oriented candidate to join the Cataumet, MA, based company in a full-time, year-round position.

We are in search of a talented individual, skilled in both modern and traditional materials, to help in building and repairing classically styled sailboats and powerboats. We seek an individual with a wood and/or fiberglass building background with an intent in advancing their skills under the instruction of experienced professionals.

The individual would also assist in the various day-to-day functions of a small boat shop. These projects may include work in the finish or rigging departments, boat delivery, and basic shop maintenance.

We strive to create a welcoming workplace focused on safety with modern facilities and equipment. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, able to maintain a clean and organized workspace, and be a positive addition to the team. An interest in, and experience on, the water is preferred, but not required.

Ballentine's Boat Shop is a small, family owned shop on Cape Cod with deep roots in the local community. We have been committed to quality building and maintenance of classic boats for over 40 years. The opportunity is available to a qualified candidate wanting to continue this tradition. Please contact for more information on the position and job application process.

Ballentine's Boat Shop, Inc.

1104 Route 28A

P.O. Box 457 (USPS Mailing Address)

Cataumet, MA 02534-0457

Phone: 508-563-2800

ballentinesboatshop.com

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Marine Technician - Electronics and Electrical

Employer: Marine Technical Services

Email Address: job@goMTS.net

Position Title: Marine Technician - Electronics and Electrical

Compensation/Rate: Negotiable

Job Description: Regional leader in Marine Electronics and Electrical Systems seeks applicant to join our team of highly experienced technicians and installers. A veteran technician with direct and specific experience and references in this trade including certifications such as NMEA, ABYC, or electronics manufacturer certifications would be the ideal candidate. If you are this type of experienced applicant we can offer pay and benefits exceeding what you are making now. A signing bonus and moving allowance is also a possibility to motivate an experienced technician to join our team.

Any candidate with marine service work or systems installation experience could also be a strong applicant as we can train the specific electronics/electrical technical skills. Recent trade school graduates or career changers may be considered as well but will start at a level commensurate with experience.

Our company will invest in the right candidate with above average wages, benefits, a company van, specialized tools and equipment as needed, company apparel, helper and administrative support as necessary, industry training/certifications, manufacturer training and certifications, and whatever else it takes to put the absolute best technician possible on each and every project. The position is full-time, year round, with allowance for medical benefits, 401(k), paid holidays, paid vacation, etc. We generally work 7:30am to 4:00pm M-F and take the weekends off. We have a brand new shop with a custom designed floor plan and resources specifically built for this business. The shop is located at the Herrington Harbour North Marina, one of the largest and most prosperous marinas on the Chesapeake Bay. We always have work to do so we have never laid off an employee.

We are a full service contractor offering sales, installation, service, design, consultation, and training on all major brands of marine electronics and electrical systems. Our team is a tight knit group of like-minded individuals with great pride in producing high quality results while respecting the boats we work on and the appearance and manner in which we conduct our business. Our workplace is a positive environment where we enjoy each other's company and what we do. There are no workplace politics or drama. We enjoy an impeccable reputation in the area for conducting business in a manner far above most marine contractors. A new hire will have to fit in with our company mindset and culture regardless of technical skills and experience.

Technician work highlights:

• Install GPS, chartplotters, fishfinders, radar, autopilots, VHF radios, stereos, satellite communication systems, A/V systems

• Brands include, but not limited to, Garmin, Furuno, Raymarine, Simrad, Lowrance, KVH, Intellian, Icom, Mastervolt, Victron, FLIR, Fusion and more

• Troubleshoot and repair same

• Powerboats and Sailboats, mostly private recreational but some commercial - Small trailer boats up to complete electronics and entertainment systems on multi-million dollar new custom yachts

• AC and DC electrical wiring

• AC and DC panels, systems, troubleshooting/repair - Install/service/troubleshoot batteries, chargers, inverters

• Bench work/soldering/component assembly

• Transducer installation/service

• PC Navigation systems installation/service

• NMEA 0183/2000 wiring

• Light fabrication/woodworking/fiberglass/paint as necessary to fit electronics

• Aloft work on electronics and lights

• Battery replacements and other heavy lifting tasks

• Seatrials for equipment calibration and testing

• Customer training/orientation

• System design and documentation (schematic drawings)

If you have relevant experience and want to be on a winning team we would like to hear from you.

Marine Technical Services

410-867-0676

job@goMTS.net

Paint and Fiberglass Technician

Employer: BENNETT BROTHERS YACHTS - WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA

Email Address: bby@bbyachts.com

Position Title: Marine Paint and Fiberglass Technician (Full Time)

Position Description: The Paint and Fiberglass Technician is a hands on position on the shop floor, yard and docks. Perform quality work to ABYC standards in all facets of paint and fiberglass for vessels and projects of all types and sizes, including but not limited to repair work, new construction, spray application, rolling application, sealant application, gelcoat repair, filling and faring, and mechanical painting. Limited maintenance of departmental tools, physical plant, and facility expected. Effective and fluid interfacing with the other departmental teams is essential.

Qualifications: The candidate must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience working with Paint and Fiberglass in the maritime industry. Must be able to work as a member of the technician and craftsman team to maximize efficiency and maintain a high level of excellence.

Compensation: Competitive with a great benefits package including 70% company paid health insurance and 100% paid dental insurance. In addition, there is life insurance, 6 paid holidays, paid vacation and an outstanding work environment.

Please visit our website to apply online: www.bbyachts.com

Marine Mechanic: BENNETT BROTHERS YACHTS

Employer: BENNETT BROTHERS YACHTS - WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA

Email Address: bby@bbyachts.com

Position Title: MARINE MECHANICS

Compensation/Rate: Depends Upon Experience

Job Description: Position Title: Marine Mechanic and Electrical Technician (Full Time)

Company Description: Bennett Brothers Yachts (BBY), established in 1986, is a full service boatyard in Wilmington, North Carolina. BBY works on all power and sail and can haul boats up to 90 ft. with their 70 ton Marine Travel Lift. BBY has a renowned reputation worldwide for providing quality marine services. Wilmington is a vibrant southern city with a mild climate, outstanding year round outdoor activities - including world renown Wrightsville Beach and overall wonderful quality of life.

Position Description: Knowledge of all shipboard systems, ability to diagnose, repair, install diesel and gas engines and generators, AC and DC electrical systems, propulsion systems, steering systems, stabilizer systems, hydraulic systems, accessory vessel mechanical systems, etc. Ability to troubleshoot and provide creative solutions for difficult problems, working under ABYC standards.

Qualifications: 5-10 years of marine mechanic experience. Applicant must have extensive hands on experience and be able to work as a member of the mechanical department team.

Compensation: Competitive with a great benefits package including 70% company paid health insurance and 100% paid dental insurance. In addition, there is life insurance, paid holidays, paid time off and an outstanding work environment.

Visit our website to apply online: www.bbyachts.com

Composite Technician: Eagle Technologies

Employer: Eagle Technologies LLC

Email Address: adavila@eagleaviationtech.com

Position Title: Composite Technician

Compensation/Rate: 15 starting

Job Description: Eagle Technologies, LLC (Newport News, Va) is seeking qualified Composite Technicians for leading edge Aerospace Projects. Eagle Technologies is a small veteran-owned business who designs and manufactures air-frame components for the aerospace industry, with a niche in rotor blade and prop blade development. We are an AS9100 Rev C certified company offering engineering design, analysis, testing and manufacturing in both composites and aerospace metals. For more information visit our webpage at www.eagleaviationtech.com

Our Composite Technicians manufacture complex composite parts and assemblies for the aerospace industry while working on self-directed teams with minimal direct supervision.

Summary of Duties & Responsibilities:

Follow operating procedures, engineering instructions, and other recognized methods of instructions.

Perform a variety of manufacturing activities involved in the preparation and fabrication of composite aerospace parts and assembly operations in both development and production environments.

Sets up and operates machines to cut, shape, and sand model parts.

Constructs full-sized and scale precision models of products

Other activities as may be directed

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Team Player

Must be good at math - geometric tolerance

Ability to read and interpret blueprints, schematics or engineering drawings

Ability to lift up to 30 pounds required.

Credentials and Experience

Must have 9 plus years of demonstrated experience.

Will work on government contracts.

HS Degree or equivalent required.

Composite experience a plus.

Must be a US Citizen.

Eagle Technologies, LLC offers a full-time position with full benefits, competitive pay and opportunity to grow within a cutting-edge aerospace company.

Eagle Technologies, LLC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex including sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, disability, protected Veteran Status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

Job Type: Full-time