Job Mart

The CMA Job Mart is designed to match qualified candidates with good positions and vice versa. For over 30 years, this service has proved extremely valuable to both job seekers and those looking to hire.

Candidates running ads must be a CMA Member. A "Candidate" ad is run free of charge for two-months. Companies wishing to advertize positions do not need to be CMA Members (but why not join!) and the cost of running an ad for two-months, both on the website and in the CMA Newsletter, is $300.

Please contact the CMA at +1.203.406.0109 Ext 3717 for more information or questions and email your ad copy to:
Situations Wanted
Candidate: 1

Experienced Regulatory and Compliance Executive

Seeking opportunities for advancement and growth with a company in need of an expert in compliance and regulatory affairs.

Regulatory, Quality, and Compliance

  • Enforcement of the flag state Maritime Regulations and International Conventions
  • Administrator of the Safety Inspection Program
  • Review all vessel annual safety inspection reports and provide comments to the owners
  • Review and issue Exemptions, Exceptions and Temporary Dispensation certificates IAW flag state International Regulation
  • Provide Guidance to clients regarding interpretation of conventions and safety regulations
  • ISO Quality Compliance
  • Marketing of the Registry and it's services to existing and potential clients
  • Website Administrator

The increasing responsibilities of this role in the current regulatory market have

ensured that I not only keep up to date with current regulations but market trends as well. This position is a constantly growing job with an ever increasing demand for work in marketing and networking in order to ensure the growth of the registry and maintain its good standing in the International shipping community.

Underway Experience

Deck Navigating Officer: 2001-2012
Third Officer to Chief Officer

§ Deck Department Head; Supervising between 8 to 12 individuals in the department in daily shipboard operations

  • Responsible for all on board required training (including company, Coast Guard and Navy required subjects)
  • Vessel Security Officer and Anti-Terrorism Officer; Ensuring that all port state and military requirements are met.
  • Vessel Safety Officer; Ensure that all personnel are following safe working practices and trained in the same

During this period my responsibilities increased from a Junior Officer to a Senior officer while conducting the normal duties of Deck and Navigation watches, creating voyage plans and conducting vessel maintenance.


  • ISO 14000 Certified Internal Auditor
  • ISO 9001:2015 Certified Internal Auditor
  • ISO 9001: 2008 Certified Internal Auditor
  • Chief Mate, Unlimited Tonnage
  • Master of Vessels, up to 1600 tons
  • STCW 95, Fast Rescue Boat, GMDSS, VSO and Medical PIC
  • U.S.C.G. Certified Train the Trainer

Additional Information:

  • Published writer for several trade magazines
  • Experienced in the training and development of deck officers






Candidate: 10

Seeking new challenges within the shipping market .

After nearly 30 years in Dry Cargo shipping field I am seeking a medium to large broker firm and/or new adventure within the maritime industry.

Experience includes :

10 years with international trading house

10 years as in-house owners broker

10 years as competitive broker

Currently located in Greenwich ,Ct.

Holding dual Citizenship (Canada/Norway) and Green Card for the USA.

Contact: David C. Wold
Cell: +1 203-274 1433
Candidate: 12


Recent graduate looking for a mechanical engineering position that offers hands-on engineering opportunities. Additionally I am seeking opportunities in conceptual and prototype testing as well as implementation and operation of legacy and emerging systems.


The United States Merchant Marine Academy
June 2011- June 2013
Kings Point, New York
Major: Marine Systems Engineering

Texas A&M University Galveston
September 2014 - December 2017
Galveston, TX
Major: Marine Engineering Technology

Marine Engineering Technology is an interdisciplinary education in applied Mechanical Engineering programs and is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET. The curriculum is a blend of Mechanical Engineering programs as applied to shipboard propulsion (steam, gas turbines and diesel), electrical power generation (steam, gas turbines and diesel electric power generation operations), electronics, and shipboard-related engineering.


Liberty Maritime Corporation
November 2012 - February 2013

  • Junior Engineer aboard the M/V Prestige, New York. 120-days at sea. Global Circumnavigation.
  • Supervisor: Chief Engineer Josh Reed
  • Responsibilities: Engine room maintenance and operations for Large Slow Speed Diesel propulsion plant; Electrical generation and load balancing; hotel services (HVAC), water distillation. Duties also included making rounds and comparing mechanical gauges to the automation system and adjusting/calibrating discrepancies within the automation. In-port maintenance included disassembly, maintenance and repair of pistons, piston rings, cylinders, fuel injectors, turbochargers, and alpha lubricators for a MAN B&W 7-cylinder, large, slow speed Diesel. In-port duties included maintenance and repair of 3, medium speed, 10-cylinder, Hyundai Diesel Generators, and associated fuel filters, fuel and lube oil purifiers, jacket water temperature management systems, as well as management, and maintenance of an Aalborg, rotary cup, smoke in tube, auxiliary boiler for engine room service and hotel steam.

McAllister Towing and Transportation, Providence, RI
August 2013 - September 2014

  • Port Engineering Intern and Operating Engineer aboard M/V Rainbow, M/V Reliance and M/V Puma
  • Supervisor: Port Engineer Ethan Gifford
  • Responsibilities: Operator of tugboat twin diesel propulsion plant and electrical plant generation for M/V Rainbow, M/V Reliance and M/V Puma for at sea harbor tug and escort operations. In-port maintenance included oil changes, injector testing, jacket water chemistry, and overhaul of 4-cylinder Detroit diesel generator. Other maintenance included bow mat restoration welding, ballast management, installation of radar upgrade package, and installation of wheelhouse remote engine and rudder controls.

Lakewood Yacht Club, Seabrook, TX
September 2014 - June 2017
(Summertime and weekend employment while enrolled at Texas A&M)

  • Green Fleet Optimist Dinghy Sailing Coach
  • Program Director: Marek Valasek, Lindsay Valasek
  • Responsibilities included taking care of, and teaching 6-12 year-old children how to sail and be successful at sailboat racing.
  • This job requires patience, and the ability to communicate with children. Additionally, it helped developed my ability to organize groups of people towards common goals. Goals for children include: learning to rig a boat properly; sailing up wind; navigating a racecourse; and encouraging teammates to rise to their potential regardless of their current skill set.
  • US Sailing Level 1 Certified Instructor
Candidate: 13

Looking for entry level work in transportation loss prevention, vessel/port planning and operations, marketing/business development, and personal assistant positions at a maritime-related company, government agency, nonprofit, investment bank or public/private partnership in the NYC region. Available to work October 2nd, 2017.

Graduated from SUNY Maritime College with a Master of Science in International Transportation Management in January 2017.Worked as a Loss Prevention Summer Intern for the American P&I Club in New York City until October 2017. Co- authored a member alert on collision avoidance in anchorages off of Chittagong, Bangladesh and a club guidance on seafarer's mental health, in addition to organizing survey compliance data on member vessels.
Former tugboat dispatch intern with McAllister Towing and a former intern/admin assistant for Ted Panourgias at All Marine Spares International in Stamford, CT. Former CMA intern at Holland and Knight LLP, in New York, NY and the Seamen's Church Institute in Port Newark, NJ. Co -wrote article for the Greek magazine "Shipping International" titled "The Challenges of Modern Piracy". Published in October 2012. CV and recommendations available upon request. Willing to commute within the NYC metropolitan region.

Contact Information
Mobile :646- 378- 8446

Cell: +1 646 378 8446
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…

Help Wanted
Position A:

Vessel Operations


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


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




Fairfield Chemical Carriers





Please reply in confidence with your resume

Position B:

Boarding Agent

GAC North America employs more than 150 experts at its 20 branches across the United States. We deliver a wide range of integrated shipping and logistics services to the shipping and oil & gas industries, whilst also serving specialized sectors like marine leisure, sports and events, automotive and aviation. The highest standards of customer service, operational excellence and delivery are central to everything we do.

We are now recruiting a Boarding Agent to be based at our New York/New Jersey office (located in Iselin NJ). The key responsibilities are:

  • Booking vessels in and out of port with all relevant vendors and principals.
  • Capturing accurate costs incurred during port calls.
  • Visiting vessels alongside on arrival and departure as well as handling any local requirements the vessel and /or principals may require.
  • Maintaining good relations with customers, government authorities and stakeholders.

Marine experience is desired but not essential as all training will be provided.

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • Strong communication and organizational skills.
  • Be able to multitask, prioritize and produce / maintain accurate documents.
  • Knowledgeable in Microsoft office products ( Outlook/ Excel/ Word).
  • Have a good understanding and appreciation of a proactive safety culture.
  • A full driving license and car are also required; we provide an auto allowance.

We offer a competitive salary based on experience as well as a company sponsored 401k, and medical/dental plan. The position is an exempt position.


Education: At least High School Diploma
Physical or environmental demands: Extended Hours. Some nights and weekends.
Local travel.
Able to safely board vessels. (Must be able to climb stairs/ ladders – sometimes at steep angles.)
Must possess or be able to obtain a TWIC (Transportation Worker Identification Card)
US Citizens or Permanent Legal Residents need only apply.

Upon completion of training, you will join the duty roster which consists of evening and weekend work as we are available 24/7 for our customers.


If you apply for this vacancy and do not hear from us within two weeks, please consider that you have not been shortlisted for the role.









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Position C:

Tanker Operations

Position Summary

Shore-side position to assist and manage all aspects of chemical and CPP commercial operations of tanker vessels for a company based in Southport, Connecticut. The position has excellent growth potential and benefits.

Main Responsibilities

Ensure Voyage Charter party compliance, plan and manage all voyage aspects and requirements including cargo stowage, cargo orders, port calls, port agents, fuel purchases, disbursement accounts, freight invoicing, demurrage claims, liaise with vessel masters, ship brokers and charterers, monitor vessel speed and fuel consumption.

Experience: Minimum: 2-3 years' experience aboard ship or in shoreside commercial operations of a shipping company. The candidate must have good computer and writing skills.








Notes: Interested candidates should email their resume with cover letter