Happy Hump Day! I’ve got some great job leads for you — lots of blue-collar opportunities. That is great news for those of you working in those industries, since they are some of the hardest hit by this horrible economic meltdown. Today’s listings include a pipe shore foreman, a paramedic and a master captain
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#1. Pipe Shore Foreman Job, Foss Maritime Company, Seattle Shipyard, Seattle, Washington
The Foss Maritime Company is looking to hire a pipe shore foreman to supervise craft personnel. Responsibilities include recommending manpower levels, time keeping, maintaining attendance records, training, and overseeing safety and discipline. The ideal candidate will have extensive practical experience in pipefitting, hydraulics and air controls, along with a minimum of three years working in a marine shipyard. Other qualifications include strong communications and supervisory skills, and the ability to lift at least 60 pounds. Candidates must hold a high school diploma or the GED equivalent.
#2. Paramedic Job, Emergency Department, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
The Cleveland Clinic is looking to hire a paramedic to assist medical and nursing staff in performing various patient care services. The ideal candidate must be a graduate of an accredited EMT-Paramedic training program and have at least three years experience as an EMT-P; flight experience is a plus. Other qualifications include good interpersonal skills, and basic computer aptitude.
3. Master/Captain, Foss Maritime Company, Los Angeles, California
Foss Maritime is looking to hire a Master/Captain to be responsible for the efficient and safe operation of the vessel and its crew. Job duties include the implementation and evaluation of a cost-effective operating plan, the insurance of compliance with policies and procedures of the Responsible Carrier Program manual, and close contact with customers, pilots and appropriate government agencies. The ideal candidate must possess a USCG Masters License 200 tons or greater, Master of Tow Vessel, STCW and MMD. Other qualifications include experience as a tug captain, in-depth knowledge of vessel handling and navigational skills, and working knowledge of propulsion, auxiliary and deck machinery.