15 Oktober 2009

Trade Maritime is the largest national Floating Storage Oil (FSO) operator, with total capacity over 2 millions barrel and manage almost 20% of national oil cargo. Trada Maritime operates 15 fleets for International standard companies.
Due to rapid growth activities to support oil & energy industry, Trada Maritime invites highly qualified professional to apply for the following position:
Crew Manning Staff (CM-Staff)
 Preferably from Institute of Marine Merchant majoring Port & Shipping Management
 Min. 2 (two) years experience in recruiting crew for tanker, tug & barge.
 Goodg knowledge about crew agreement, crew remuneration, STCW requirement, sea regulation
 Good English & Computer literate
Port Engineer (PE)
 At least 3 years working experience as Port Engineer/Surveyor
 Strong knowledge in vessel's machinery
 Good English & Computer literate
Please send your resume and supporting document (please mark the job code) to:
HR Recruitment
email to: recruitment@trada.co.id

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