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Technical & Industrial

Commercial Diving

A Diver’s job includes offshore diving, refloating, shipping and public works. This includes vetting and inspections of Civil Engineering structures and Subsea Constructions, as well as Subsea equipment servicing.

Commercial Fishing

Fishermen or Women, work on fishing boats such as trawlers, drifters, factory ships or small inshore boats. They go to sea to catch fish and shellfish.

Painter & Finisher

A Painter frequently works on scaffolding for painting ships with multiple prep and finishing coats to protect them from corrosion.

Towage

Tugboats are an essential part of the Maritime industry, as they help larger vessels and barges make their way through challenging waterways. It’s a highly skilled profession and offers stable, well-paying employment as you work your way up the ranks.

Marine Surveyor

Inspects and examines boats and equipment on board to report on their condition. This can be in line with the sale of a yacht or following damage for an insurance claim.

Carpenter

Works with wood and other building materials either on a Construction site or in a workshop. Shapes and cuts materials. Installs finished materials like doors, window shutters, window frames and floorboards once they are cut and shaped.

CAD Technician

Using Computer Software to design plans for Machinery and buildings for various industries, including Construction, Manufacturing, Engineering, amongst others. People working with these Computer Aided Design (CAD) software create 2D or surface modeling and 3D or solid modelling projects.

Crane Operator

Crane Operators are responsible for lifting and moving materials around a Construction site as safely and efficiently as possible. As a crane driver you need to be practically minded, with an understanding of how to drive and maintain heavy machinery.

Marine Electrician

An Electrician is responsible for electrical and electro-technical installations and maintenance repairs onboard various Marine craft

Welder & Fabricator

A welder is someone who specialises in fusing metals and other materials together.

Marine Engineer

Responsible for installation and repair of onboard electrical, environmental and propulsion systems focusing primarily on internal systems.

Forklift Driver

You will be responsible for the transportation of goods and pallets around a warehouse or building site. The role of a forklift driver involves the following duties: Loading and unloading materials from a variety of vehicles. Moving pallet-packed materials around the site or storage facility.

Boat Builder

Builds and repairs all types of boats, from small personal craft to large Superyachts. Experienced Boat Builders may also design vessels or assist Naval Architects.

Commercial Diving

A Diver’s job includes offshore diving, refloating, shipping and public works. This includes vetting and inspections of Civil Engineering structures and Subsea Constructions, as well as Subsea equipment servicing.

Commercial Fishing

Fishermen or Women, work on fishing boats such as trawlers, drifters, factory ships or small inshore boats. They go to sea to catch fish and shellfish.

Painter & Finisher

A Painter frequently works on scaffolding for painting ships with multiple prep and finishing coats to protect them from corrosion.

Towage

Tugboats are an essential part of the Maritime industry, as they help larger vessels and barges make their way through challenging waterways. It’s a highly skilled profession and offers stable, well-paying employment as you work your way up the ranks.

Marine Surveyor

Inspects and examines boats and equipment on board to report on their condition. This can be in line with the sale of a yacht or following damage for an insurance claim.

Carpenter

Works with wood and other building materials either on a Construction site or in a workshop. Shapes and cuts materials. Installs finished materials like doors, window shutters, window frames and floorboards once they are cut and shaped.

CAD Technician

Using Computer Software to design plans for Machinery and buildings for various industries, including Construction, Manufacturing, Engineering, amongst others. People working with these Computer Aided Design (CAD) software create 2D or surface modeling and 3D or solid modelling projects.

Crane Operator

Crane Operators are responsible for lifting and moving materials around a Construction site as safely and efficiently as possible. As a crane driver you need to be practically minded, with an understanding of how to drive and maintain heavy machinery.

Marine Electrician

An Electrician is responsible for electrical and electro-technical installations and maintenance repairs onboard various Marine craft

Welder & Fabricator

A welder is someone who specialises in fusing metals and other materials together.

Marine Engineer

Responsible for installation and repair of onboard electrical, environmental and propulsion systems focusing primarily on internal systems.

Forklift Driver

You will be responsible for the transportation of goods and pallets around a warehouse or building site. The role of a forklift driver involves the following duties: Loading and unloading materials from a variety of vehicles. Moving pallet-packed materials around the site or storage facility.

Boat Builder

Builds and repairs all types of boats, from small personal craft to large Superyachts. Experienced Boat Builders may also design vessels or assist Naval Architects.

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