Chief Officer - 60m Expedition M/Y - Private - Australia & Pacific

Date posted:
February 11, 2018
Category:
Deck Jobs
Location:
Australia
This job advert has been checked and approved by yaCrew.

CHIEF OFFICER – 60M EXPEDITION M/Y
AUSTRALIA – INDIAN OCEAN – ASIA – SOUTH PACIFIC

YACHT INFORMATION:

  • World cruising expedition yacht seeks Chief Officer for a busy and interesting program.
  • Must be a team player with the following skills:
  • Chief Mate 3000gt COC –  (should have held this position on similar size yacht for minimum 2 years)
  • Experience in ISM/ISPS
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, dynamic crew, and guests require this. Will be the liaison between departments. Diplomacy is required.
  • Excellent time/project management skills. Good time management, organisation, and planning skills are required.
  • Busy itinerary means long hours & remote locations. Ability to keep crew moral up.
  • Large crane experience valuable
  • Good longevity, strong leader & patient teacher.
  • Ideally, the candidate would enjoy any of the following activities: Scuba-diving, spearfishing, fishing, surfing, kitesurfing, wakeboarding &/or golf.

ITINERARY: AUSTRALIA – INDIAN OCEAN – ASIA – SOUTH PACIFIC

QUALIFICATIONS: 3000gt COC

START DATE: ASAP in Queensland, Australia

EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full-time permanent contract + 6 weeks holiday.
Year 2, 8 weeks holiday

SALARY: based on experience (USD $8250 - $9250. DOE)

REQUIREMENTS:
Chief Mate 3000gt COC , STCW10 & ENG1 with experience onboard 50+ yachts.

Work Experience Requirements:

All applicants must have previous experience in working on a Yacht.

Language Requirements:

Good knowledge of the English language is required.

Certificates and Qualifications:

All applicants must hold a valid ENG1 certificate to be able to apply for this position.

A valid STCW Basic Safety Training certificate is required from all applicants. Please sign up for an STCW course and obtain the certificate if you don't have it yet.

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