TUGBOAT JOBS HIRING EVENT
We are having an open hiring event Friday 4/16 and Saturday 4/17 at our shipyard from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. We are hiring for the Labor 1 position, which is the gateway to all the other exciting roles we offer. If you are looking to one day become a Captain or Engineer this is the place to start.
Bring 4 updated copies of your resume with you to:
Curtin Maritime, Corp.
When: Friday 4/16 and Saturday 4/17
Location: 1400 Pier C St. Long Beach, Ca.
Curtin Maritime is looking for the next generation of seafaring innovators!
Who we are:
Curtin Maritime is an industry disruptor creating great changes by our core values of; efficiency, innovation and integrity. We are a young company experiencing a rapid growth that is looking to expand while still maintaining our small company values. We are known as a industry leader with high quality and well maintained tugs, barges, and cranes. Our team provides customers with a complete suite of maritime solutions, allowing us the great opportunity to work on unique projects in some of the most amazing locations on earth.
What we’re looking for:
Curtin Maritime is committed to creating a high paying career path for our entry level employees. Due to the diverse nature of our work, new employees can purse a career on a tug boat, from deckhand to captain, operating cranes and equipment (offshore and shoreside), welding and building equipment, or as an engineer on tug, barge, or crane. Curtin Maritime pays for all professional development and training for its employees, and encourages growth and upward movement for all crew. We’re looking to hire the best and the brightest talent, folks that are looking for long term career, not a job.
Where we work:
Our headquarters are in the Port of Long Beach, and most entry level employees are based there. Our crews have the great privledge of serving our customers from some of the greatest locations, primarily: the Pacific Northwest, the Gulf of Mexico, the Hawaiian Islands, the coast of California, and the remote islands of the Pacific Rim. Some of our crew work a set schedule of 30 days on, 30 days off. Others work Monday-Friday, and some operate on a standby status, ready to travel as needed. Entry level employees work Mon-Fri.
The work is hard, the hours are long. The travel (while exciting at first) can be draining. A career at Curtin Maritime will be the most demanding thing you've ever done. It will also be the most rewarding and fulfilling.
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