Composite expert/workshop manager wanted - Thailand

Discussion in 'Services & Employment' started by jobfinder, Jan 13, 2008.

  1. jobfinder
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    jobfinder Junior Member

    We are looking for experienced and committed professional to developing into production a new 45 foot power catamaran.
    We are looking for someone with tooling, production composite, and organisation skills with good communication to run a team of workers.
    Being responsible for supervision, task, training, scheduling, quality of workmanship and providing clear build instructions.
    Will working closely with the Production Manager staff and the design office.
    We will offer good salary and production bonus.
    We are located in Thailand.
     
  2. iSB
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    iSB New Member

    When is the job intended to start and how long will it last?
     
  3. Andrew Pitt
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    Andrew Pitt Andy Pitt

    Last year you did not answer any of our reply mails so it is difficult to see this is serious!
     
  4. iSB
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    iSB New Member

    What?! Last year?!
    It's my first reply in this forum, and surely I never had contacts
    with you before!
    You'd better think twice before saying this kinda stuff...
     
  5. Kay9
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    Kay9 1600T Master

    ISB I think Andrew is talking to "Job Finder" not you.

    K9
     
  6. Kay9
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    Kay9 1600T Master

    Personally I would be very leary about sending my personal details to someone looking for employees on a web forum. I would want to be, oh so sure, they wernt about to steal my identity.

    K9
     
  7. jobfinder
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    jobfinder Junior Member


    Dear Mr. Andy Pitt, from our first post we were contacted by at least 20 people interesting in our position. We are dealing about through private message so you cannot know about our answering. We got your CV and didn't answer to you because we are not interesting to give this position to you. Hope that’s all.
    Thanks
     
  8. richard165
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    richard165 Junior Member

    Jobfinder - Please could you send me your email address so I can forward my CV. Thanks
     

  9. jobfinder
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    jobfinder Junior Member

    You can send message clicking on "Jobfinder" and choose "send email"
     
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