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engineers & architects KEEL DESIGN CO RP O RATIO N naval architects & marine engineers Quality technical services 2021 Dauphine Street • New Orleans, LA 70116 (800) 823-1324 (504) 945-8917

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Naval Architects and 3.375 x 7 Marine Engineers

cb/cb 350 Lincoln St. Suite 2501 Hingham, MA 02043

Website www.jwgainc.com

10/14/2011 MHAYS

eMPLOYMent

Vetting Inspector

Telephone: 781 740-8193 Facsimile: 781 740-8197 E-mail address: inbox@jwgainc.com

eMPLOYMent HARLEY MARINE SERVICES Open Positions: Dir. of Health, Safety, Quality & Environmental – Seattle, WA General Manager – U.S. Gulf Coast Port Captain – U.S. Gulf Coast Port Engineer – L.A./Long Beach Harbor, CA Barge Superintendent – L.A./Long Beach Harbor, CA Apply online at: W: www.harleymarine.com E: jobs@harleymarine.com

International Ship Repair in Tampa, FL

Is accepting applications for the following positions: Production Manager Outside Machinist Superintendent Quality Assurance Manager Steel Superintendent Steel Foreman Electrical Superintendent Leadman all Crafts If you have 3 to 5 years of experience working at a ship repair facility, please send your resume with the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email to: jdones@internationalship.com for consideration. ISR is an EOE, VDFM. 34 MARINE LOG DECEMBER 2012

Marathon Petroleum Company LP has an immediate opening in its Marine Transportation group for a Vetting Inspector in its Garyville, Louisiana office.

VETTING INSPECTOR The Vetting Inspector will inspect marine vessels (i.e., oil tankers, ocean-going/ inland barges, tow boats) to ascertain the physical condition and suitability to safely transport oil cargo in bulk for Marathon Petroleum Company (MPC). They will review appropriate documentation and certifications to ensure compliance with maritime regulations; review crew readiness, ensure navigational, communications and safety systems are operational; review structural conditions of vessels, equipment, etc. They document findings and recommend corrective action/comments as appropriate; provide detailed inspection reports for vessels and associated equipment; recommend acceptance/rejection of vessels for MPC use based on inspection findings; and, stays current with applicable rules and regulations for the maritime industry. Additionally, the Vetting Inspector will conduct management audits of ship owners, operators and management companies. The Vetting Inspector will be required to obtain Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) inspector accreditations. This position will require both domestic and international travel. A Bachelor’s Degree in a Marine-related field, Transportation or Engineering is strongly preferred. It is preferable that applicants possess 10+ years’ marine-related experience as well. Ideal applicants will have recent senior officer experience (deck or engine) aboard tank vessels. Consideration may also be given to applicants with extensive vessel inspection experience with a major classification society or port state control agency. In return for technical expertise, communication and interpersonal skills, Marathon offers an attractive salary/benefits package and a challenging professional environment. Qualified applicants must apply online at: www.marathonpetroleum.com/careers. Applicants will be contacted if there is further interest in their application after initial review. Applications will be Equal Opportunity Employer accepted through November 30, 2011. © 2011 Marathon Petroleum Company LP

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