Boatbuilder & Shipwright Vacancies / U.K South Coast

Discussion in 'Services & Employment' started by Sandie James, May 1, 2008.

  1. Sandie James
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    Location: South Coast U.K

    Sandie James Personnel Manager

    We are a thriving, prestigious yacht manufacturing company based on the south coast of U.K.
    Due to the sheer volume of work currently being undertaken and more interesting projects scheduled to follow for some time to come, we are actively looking to recruit additional,highly competent boatbuilders/shipwrights.
    Candidates are required to be self- motivated and have an extensive hands-on background within a yacht manufacturing enviroment (with particular experience in patternmaking, general superyacht construction and interior assembly/fit-out).
    If you are interested in a role working together with some of the finest,qualified personnel that can be found within the global marine industry, please contact me with your details accompanied by your personal C.V/Resume to assist your application.
     
  2. lazeyjack

    lazeyjack Guest

    and before we go to huge lengths to apply for these positions, what do you offer so one could possibly live to a standard befitting ones talents skills and intelligence
    I have heard of skilled people being paid 11 an hour there?
    In the considerable time I spent in UK, I came to the conclusion that trades people were rather looked down upon
    If you could write to me, I could perhaps ring around contacts, do you need engineers? metal fabricators, project managers?
    but I would need to know wage/salary rates
    Cheers,
     
  3. the1much
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    the1much hippie dreams

    ya would think if their this good,,,,they would at least give a name and web site
     
  4. murdomack
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    murdomack New Member

    If you send a CV to someone you don't know, you can be giving out a lot of information about yourself. Not a very safe thing to do these days.

    If you were sending it to a bona-fide company address you would have some legal protection.
     
  5. Grafter
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    Grafter Junior Member

    The company is Green marine, based in Southampton and Lymington, www.greenmarine.co.uk. A Good company! Does a lot of various race yachts, volvo's, A/C, and more. Go as self employed, rate 15/16 an hour plus for experienced Composite lammy's. more for a 'Boatbuilder'. But think your right lazeyjack at maybe 10/11 an hour on the books.
     
  6. lazeyjack

    lazeyjack Guest


    Greens are the worlds absolute TOP builder of carbon fibre race yachts, Christ the rest of world is around 30 currancy units You would starve in UK on that
     
  7. Grafter
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    Grafter Junior Member

    Hi lazeyjack, any ideas of similar work in Australia? I have Mconaghys details in sydney, but wondering if there's anyone else doing carbon builds?
     
  8. the1much
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    the1much hippie dreams

    i wont even wake up fer that,,hehe ;)
     
  9. DUWEZ
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    DUWEZ Junior Member

    Down floor engineer, shipwriht, team leader, for composite Works and infusion process, looking for job opportunities abroad , I will be pleased to receive details about the position .I have a long experience in boat building(since 1972 still working on a 100’ sailing yatch (Lucas Brenta- CNB/Beneteau-group) and a strong technical expertise in the following fields.
    • Supervisor for composite works, technical adviser, and team leader: models/masters/plugs/moulds for production line/hull/deck/structures/assembly/fittings/ on Luxury sailing yachts up to 120’
    • Cabinet maker, classic wood works, composite works
    • Skilled /foreman on modern wood works techniques/strip planking/cold laminated hull/plywood/epoxy wood
    • Apprentice/skilled wood work/ naval carpenter/foreman on wooden boat shipyard /set up my own artisan shipyard (74-81)
    • Technical trainer: Technical school for Adults
    • Technical procedures for on line Beneteau and Catana sailing boat mass production.

    Would you please send me your e-mail address if you need my resume
    Regards. F. DUWEZ
     
  10. Mariner62
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    Mariner62 New Member

    Employment Sought

    Sandi-My name is Mitchell Lowell. I am from the Maine boat building family of William Frost, Riley Lowell, and my father Carroll Lowell. I can be contacted at mariner.62@hotmail.com if you would like to receive a resume' of my abilities and wants. Thank You. Mitchell
     
  11. Sandie James
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    Sandie James Personnel Manager

    Sorry for the delay with my reply.Thank you for your interest and would like a copy of your current resume to assist your application. Please email to sandie@greenmarine.co.uk or post direct together with a brief cover note including salary expectations and I will contact you at the earliest opportunity to discuss further. Regards Sandie James, Personnel Manager, Green Marine Ltd,Waterloo Road,Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 9DB
     

  12. member 22129

    member 22129 Previous Member

    Still have any vacancy

    i have more than 3 years boat building experience from Dubai
    still you have any vacancy? i have engineering (mechanical) background
     
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