Careers at Beaufort Ship Management

Jan 28, 2017 | | 3 comments
Careers at Beaufort Ship Management

There are plenty of exciting careers in the maritime sector to choose from – both on and offshore. As a Deck, Engineering or Electro-technical Officer you could be in charge of operating and managing commercial ships. While becoming a Rating would make the most of your broad seafaring skills – from navigation and engine room maintenance to Catering, Hospitality and other Onboard Services.
For shore-based jobs in ship management and other marine industries, you’ll find incredibly varied and rewarding opportunities such as maritime law, surveying ships or training future seafarers.

The Merchant Navy doesn’t just promise an exciting adventure, but job security and satisfaction. Whichever role you choose, you can be sure a career at sea will offer a lifetime of rewarding challenges, skills and the professional seafaring certifications you need to progress.

Becoming an Officer
Ships Officers in Navigation (Deck) and Engineering need a seafarer Certificate of Competency – issued by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency. You receive the Officer of the Watch certificate (OOW), when you complete your Merchant Navy Training Board course through a maritime college/university.
Then as your experience at sea grows and you pass the required examinations, you’ll get more certificates for promotion into the next job role.

Take the Ratings route
Ratings work in Navigation (Deck), Engine Room, Catering, Hospitality and Onboard Services. With the help of the JW Slater Fund, Ratings can apply for funding to take Officer of the Watch certification.

For shore-based jobs in ship management and other marine industries, you’ll find incredibly varied and rewarding opportunities such as maritime law, surveying ships or training future seafarers.
CHOOSE YOUR ROLE

Want to get away from humdrum jobs? Then a career at sea could offer the excitement and variety you crave. But before you start applying to companies, it’s important to consider what type of ship you’d like to train and work on – to make sure you get the right fit for you. There are lots of merchant ships to choose from. They include modern ferries, container ships, luxury cruise liners, oil, large commercial yachts, gas and chemical tankers – as well as support vessels for the offshore exploration industry.
Whichever maritime path – and role – you take, a unique way of life packed with challenges and responsibilities awaits.
With over 90% of goods coming in and out of the UK by sea, merchant ships are a vital national industry.
The main roles on board are Ships Officers and Ratings. Officers supervise and manage everything to do with running and maintaining the ship, carrying cargo and passengers. When you first enrol as a trainee you’ll generally work in one of the following departments: Navigation (Deck) or Engineering & Electro-Technical – mixing academic study with practical training at college or university, and at sea.
Ratings work under officers in all departments – carrying out essential tasks in the day-to-day running of the ship.

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  • Elrey Pasaol

    Elrey C. Pasaol

    Address:

    P-8 Andanan Maygatasan Bayugan City Agusan Del Sur

    Mobile No.:

    09398165628

    Email Address:

    elrey.pasaol1@yahoo.com

    Availability:

    February – March , 2017

    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    Birth Date:

    Oct 09, 1983

    Gender:

    Male

    Other Contact No.:

    09121625172

    DETAILS OF PAST AND PRESENT SEA SERVICES

    No. 1

    Position: Second(2nd) Officer

    Vessel Name: M/T TRABAJADOR-1

    Manning Agency: Malayan Towage & Salvage Corp.

    Vessel Type: Offshore Vessel-Rescue/Salvage Vessel

    GRT/KW: 1449 / (10000 HP X 2 Engine)Fixed Pitch Propeller

    Sign On Date: May 08, 2016

    Sign Off Date: Sep 09, 2016

    Trade Route: World wide

    Contract Duration: 4 months, 1 day

    No. 2

    Position: Second(2nd) Officer

    Vessel Name: M/t Magsino

    Manning Agency: Malayan Towage & Salvage Corp.

    Vessel Type: Push-Assisting/ Harbor Tug

    GRT/KW: 223 / BHP2600 Twin Engine- Azimuth Thruster

    Trade Route: USA/ Saipan-Guam

    Sign On Date: Mar 27, 2015

    Sign Off Date: Oct 10, 2015

    Contract Duration: 6 months, 13 days

    No. 3

    Position: Second(2nd) Officer

    Vessel Name: M/V PIONEER

    Manning Agency: TEEKAY SHIPPING

    Vessel Type: BULK CARRIER- SELF LOADER/UNLOADER BY VACUUM/BUCKET ELEVATOR

    SYSTEM

    GRT/KW: 17,094 GRT / HP 11067

    Trade Route: WORLD WIDE/ AUSTRALIA-SINGAPORE

    Sign On Date: Jul 15, 2014

    Sign Off Date: Nov 22, 2014

    Contract Duration: 4 months, 7 days

    No. 4

    Position: Third(3rd) Officer

    Vessel Name: M/V GALLIA GRAECA

    Manning Agency: First Victory Shipping

    Vessel Type: Bulk Carrier Panamax

    GRT/KW: 39,035 GRT /HP 14100

    Trade Route: World wide

    Sign On Date: Dec 04, 2013

    Sign Off Date: Apr 07, 2014

    Contract Duration: 4 months, 3 days

    No. 5

    Position: Third(3rd) Officer

    Vessel Name: M/V VECTIS EAGLE

    Manning Agency: DOLPHIN SHIP MANAGEMENT

    Vessel Type: General Cargo / Multipurpose

    GRT/KW: 6190 GRT /HP2400

    Trade Route: World wide

    Sign On Date: Nov 20, 2012

    Sign Off Date: Aug 16, 2013

    Contract Duration: 8 months, 27 days

    Passport Information

    Country: PHILIPPINE NO. P1181601A

    Issued : DFA MANILA 12/12/2016 Valid : 11/12/2021

    Seaman’s

    Book Information

    Country: PHILIPPINE

    No. B1252226

    Issued:MANILA MARINA 23/10/2012

    Valid:22/10/2017

    License

    of Competence and US Visa Information

    Certificate of Competency(COC) Details:

    COC 36-209 May 06, 2016 May 06, 2021

    COE 42-30270 May 06, 2016 May 06, 2021

    GOC 46-47463 May 06, 2016 May 06, 2021

    US VISA CNTRL NO. 20123041580001

    VALID:29/10/2017

    UK

    DISCHARGE BOOK

    DB00088187 Date Issue: 24 Oct. 2012

    CEC

    UK CEC0049136 Nov.

    19, 2012

    CYPRUS SIRB CY217645 Feb. 06, 2014 Feb. 05, 2024

  • Elrey Pasaol

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