Rigging is an essential part of the shipping industry. Large materials need to be hoisted into position using very specific equipment.
Are you new to shipyard management? If so, you may expect to make a few mistakes along the way. It’s normal and a part of learning something new.
Has this happened to you? You see a job posting and think it would be a great place to work. But as you read the list of qualifications, you start to second guess whether you’re even remotely qualified.
We’re getting closer to ringing in 2020. None of us know what this next decade will bring, so we need to take it one step at a time.
If you’ve been thinking about a path as a professional rigger, there are some things you’ll need to know.
The holidays can be so hard for a lot of reasons. First, there’s the overwhelming stress of the season.
They say timing is everything. And, of course, this time of year, we’re always focused on time. We watch Father Time push the clock hands to midnight on December 31st, 2019, as we welcome Baby New Year and the start of the new Roaring 20s.
When you’re in the process of hiring, you can spend hours reading the resumes that come across your desk, application portal, or email.
Yes, you have the skills it takes to be a welder. You may even have shipyard experience. But what if those skills aren’t enough to land you your next welding job? Companies hire based on fit, and that means you need to have some personality traits that will be a match for the shipyard and …
Your resume is the first impression you’ll make when seeking your next shipyard job. But so often, hiring managers see the same mistakes over and over again.