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Candidate: 1

Entry Level Maritime Operations/Chartering Employment
in the Northeast Mid-Atlantic Region

Merchant Mariner 3rd Mate Deck Officer License, Oceans Unlimited, January 2020

Fort Schuyler January 2020 Graduate - GPA: 3.01

Marine Transportation, Bachelor of Science and Unlimited Deck License

  • Marine Cargo Operations
  • Transportation Systems
  • Business of Shipping
  • Maritime Security
  • International Safety Management

Certifications:

  • GMDSS Radio Operator's License (FCC)
  • Assistant Tankerman
  • Vessel Security Officer
  • Merchant Mariner Credential
  • CargoMax software

Internship: Norden/Norient

  • Collaboration for maximization of vessel efficiency and minimization of operating costs
  • Coordination of ship operations: voyage planning, bunker scheduling, and operating efficiency
  • Securing contracts between the charterer and ship owner

Experience:

  • First Class Cadet Watch Officer 2019 - TS Empire State VI, 2017-2019
  • Two Bar Rank
  • Safety and Supply Officer
  • Training - Second/Third Class Cadets
  • Ensured navigation and vessel operations were in compliance with US Coast Guard regulations
  • Trained Second/Third Class cadets in terrestrial navigation, celestial navigation, and safety management

Research:

  • Off Shore Windmill Energy
  • Autonomous Shipping
  • Green Passport

Letters of Recommendation Available

Contact:
Brendan Pezzulo
Telephone:

Cell:

973-229-0373

Fax:
E-Mail:

bpezzulo1@gmail.com

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Candidate: 14

Transformation, Innovation, Technology & Blockchain for Shipping

Experienced NYC metro area shipping industry executive is seeking a new management role directing technology, transformation, innovation, automation, etc. in the maritime industry. I have worked with over 100+ ship owners globally over the last 15 years and am well known and very visible in the industry. Let me help your company become more competitive, develop strategy, save money, gain traction, raise new capital, identify new revenue streams, and be better prepared for the massive changes affecting shipping today and coming in the near future. Let’s start discussing and executing your plans for artificial intelligence (AI), digital token strategies, cryptoassets, blockchain, automation, IoT, cybersecurity, analytics, machine learning, platforms/ecosystems, and other emerging trends. Ready to discover new ways to model your business, increase efficiencies, and connect with others in the global supply chain? Let's discuss your future plans today and see how I can help get you on the road to the future before it is too late…

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E-Mail: transformation@dx9.io
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Position A:

Vessel Operations

Background:

Founded in 1996 Fairfield Chemical Carriers controls a fleet of more than 35 modern and fully stainless-steel vessels trading worldwide in the chemical, clean petroleum, vegetable oil, lubricating oil, acid, and molasses trades. Fairfield provides our customers with a creative approach to trading and an unsurpassed level of customer service thru the commitment of dedicated employees.

Job Description:

The vessel operator will be involved in all stages of the voyage, from pre-fixture negotiations to passing of voyage instructions, day to day operations and finally to post fixture claims. On a daily basis the operator will be in contact with the FCC Chartering, Trading Support Group and Accounting departments, the ship's master, brokerage house operations staff, port agents, various other parties. The Operator will service and maintain a positive working relationship with ship's complement, clients, Brokerage house staff, vendors and inter office personnel. As our business spans the globe the operator is responsible for monitoring messages after office hours, including weekends, to immediately address issues or concerns our customers or vessels may have. The vessel operator will attend vessels when calling ports located within a reasonable driving distance from the Wilton, CT office. Each year it is expected the operator will have about two weeks travelling to attend vessels or perform customer visits.

Key Qualifications / Requirements:

  • Maritime College Degree
  • An engaged, continuously improving approach to job responsibilities
  • Strong communication and analytical skills required
  • Proficiency with Microsoft office
  • Must possess and demonstrate ability to work collaboratively within the team environment
  • Detail oriented
  • Ideally have 2 to 3 years sailing time aboard tankers
  • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States

Location:

The vessel operations position is based in our Wilton, CT office

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Company:

Fairfield Chemical Carriers

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E-Mail:

RAD@fairfieldchemical.com

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