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Shipyard workers, MSC civilian mariners exempted from hiring freeze

Shipyard workers, MSC civilian mariners exempted from hiring freeze

Officials can request more exemptions for national security and public safety duties

Web Bulletin 2017
Vigor launches partnership to advance manufacturing careers for Alaskans

Vigor launches partnership to advance manufacturing careers for Alaskans

The program aims to limit turnover by training a new generation of resident workers

Web Bulletin 2017
Hornblower hiring crew for new Citywide Ferry service

Hornblower hiring crew for new Citywide Ferry service

The operator puts out the call for port captains, captains and deck hands

Web Bulletin 2017

Southeast Alaska Pilots announce trainee openings

An exam for qualified mariners is scheduled for March in Seattle

Web Bulletin 2017

Manpower Report: Maritime officer shortage most acute among engineering, LNG and chemical crews

The BIMCO/ICS Manpower Report says industry will need almost 150,000 more officers by 2025

Web Bulletin 2016

Great Lakes Towing, Shipyard to hire 50 more people this year

Great Lakes Towing and Great Lakes Shipyard said 50 more employees are needed by the end of 2016

Web Bulletin 2016

NTSB seeks director for Office of Marine Safety

The official oversees all major marine casualty investigations involving U.S. vessels

Web Bulletin 2016

Puget Sound naval yard hiring 365 new workers

Full-time "helper trainees" earn $15.65 to $18.23 hourly

Web Bulletin 2016

Great Lakes Shipyard now hiring with 50 jobs available

Towing positions are also open, including tug captains and tug engineers

Web Bulletin 2015

U.S., Canadian union officials form cabotage task force

Seafarers International Union hosted the inaugural meeting of an international cabotage task force, with the intention of retaining domestic maritime jobs

Web Bulletin 2015
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