Project Manager job wanted middle/far east

Discussion in 'Services & Employment' started by hamish, Dec 31, 2006.

  1. hamish
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    hamish New Member

    I am an ex Camper & Nicholson UK Project Manager with 2 degrees. The first degree is in Technology & Management and the second in Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering. Most of my expierience is based around the building/refit of sailing yachts(both cruising and racing), in the size range 30-100 feet. I would really like to find a job in the Middle East or Far East building yachts or powerboats. If anyone has any input please get in touch.
     
  2. ntandersen
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    ntandersen New Member

    Are you still looking for a PM position?
     
  3. Andrew Pitt
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    Andrew Pitt Andy Pitt

    Yes I am..... check me out at wwew.andypittprojectmanager.com

    regards
    Andy Pitt
     
  4. nzmarine
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    nzmarine nzmarine

    Hi.

    Are you still looking for a new role? We are looking for an experienced production manager for our facility in China. This role be would include increasing production volumes and the ongoing development of new models.

    You can see some of our product range at www.atomixboats.co.nz
     
  5. Andrew Pitt
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    Andrew Pitt Andy Pitt

    Thanks for the information. I will make contact and see what develops.
     
  6. RAY TOSTADO
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    RAY TOSTADO Junior Member

    Pitt,

    Why don't you get with a project to develop shallow draft water rescue craft? This need not be for swift water "Hollywood events", just simple high gross capable evacuation craft for flood disaster areas.

    You might note that the majority of Katrina's victims did not need rescue, but evacuation.


    Cheers,

    Ray Tostado
     

  7. Andrew Pitt
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    Andrew Pitt Andy Pitt

    Thanks Ray it sound interesting and a good build project for Thailand or SE Asia. No problem designing and building them but someone needs to finance it.
     
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