Highly Skilled Fitter Seeks Employment Worldwide

Discussion in 'Services & Employment' started by carpenter, Aug 6, 2011.

  1. carpenter
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    carpenter Finest Marine Carpentry

    Hi There please let me introduce myself

    I'll keep this brief. I'm 37 years old and I have worked as an Aircraft fitter (Concorde and Boeing) for 10 years and then as a fit out carpenter for Sunseeker International at their Poole Shipyard for another 6 years.

    I left Sunseeker two years ago voluntarily(references available) to start a new life on small island off the coast of Africa.
    During my time at Sunseeker I learnt to build luxury boats from the mould right through to completion. Although 1st and final stage carpentry are my specialty trades I found that I was also skilled in, GRP, Plumbing, 1st Stage Electrics, Upholstery, engineering and management. I have worked on boats ranging from 53 feet (small build team) through to the 34 metre (large build team).

    I have a beautiful young wife and we wish to start a family.
    For this reason I'm am looking for a boat building/fitting position anywhere in the world so that I can support my new family. The position must be secure with a contract.

    Thank you for reading
    Tony tony@worldofcarpentry.com
     
  2. Stumble
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  3. carpenter
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  4. carpenter
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    carpenter Finest Marine Carpentry

    Message Bump.....

    Update, My wife is now expecting our first child and secure work within the boat building industry is still wanted. We are willing to relocate to any country that has a good health service.
     
  5. Ad Hoc
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    Try South Boats on the IoW in the UK.

    They are very busy and always looking for good skilled people.
     

  6. carpenter
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    Thanks Ad Hoc, There's just one problem with your suggestion, it'll be a cold day in hell before my wife would consider moving back to England. The UK didn't treat us well at all and we have said goodbye forever. I'm sorry that I didn't make that clear in my OP.
     
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