CV ABLE SEAMAN in seagoing vessels (tankers/bulks/cargoes/containers)
ABLE SEAMAN in seagoing vessels (tankers/bulks/cargoes/containers)
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Location (Residence): Baybay City, Philippines Citizenship:Philippines
English Philippines Other:
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Bachelors in Marine Transportation Vocational in Architecture Vocational in Computer Technician Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, UK (in particular), United States, Japan, Singapore Present Location: Philippines, Baybay City Relocation: Anywhere (International)
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1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
Dear Prospective Employer,
I am an able seaman for more than ten years worldwide in tankers, bulks and containers ships, I would like to apply with your company for the position of an able bodied seaman or any matching positions where I can use my skills and previous ships experience to help you obtain your company's mission and my loyalty. I am an innovative thinker with a demonstrated ability to improve production and decrease down time. I am very adaptable to changing projects and work schedules and have a proven ability to quickly train on different facilities.
The enclosed resume will furnish you with complete information concerning my background and capabilities.
I thank you for your time, attention and considerations.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Work as a Seaman from 1989 -2003
Extensive experience on Sea Going Vessel Worldwide
Oriented expertise in operating cranes like gantry and robot
Perform maintenance work in cleaning and lubricating cranes
POSITION: ABLE SEAMAN / BOSUN
ABLE SEAMAN is a ship's crew who stands watch and steer ship by the command or direction of an officer or a captain. He operates ship crane professionally and repair and maintain deck equipment such as winches, Hatch covers and cranes. He handle mooring lines and splice ropes and wire cables. Do risky job during ship's emergency especially in severe weather. Tightening slack lashing wire ropes on logs and containers to prevent further damage of the ship during bad weather.
Operate ship's Gantry or Robot cranes on discharging or loading cargoes, equipment and materials at port or at anchor and in a barge.
Handle the ship steering wheel during on taking docking and undocking maneuver.
Fire fighter especially on tankers during emergency at port or at sea.
I handle the ship's wheel and steer professionally at the command of the captain or an officer.
Discharging and loading water from ballast tank during the operation of cargoes is one of my responsibilities with the help of my officer, I sound and measure water quantity on ballast tank and report to duty officer in order to maintain the ship's trim and stability.
I operate the ship's crane at my superior's direction if no operator available on port. It happens sometimes in other countries.
I attend fire drill every week conduct by the master especially when we are in tankers to familiarize their duties.
For safety measures, during port I am responsible of putting the Gang way a safety net to avoid stevedores accident, checking up oil spills on deck to avoid slip accident and avoid heavy ships penalty if oil spills over boarded to the sea.
Lifeboats in ships are of my responsibilities. Securing and the one to release to the sea. Lifeboats are the last action to save lives during abandon ship.
I am responsible of securing cargo hold covers and ventilation and water tight doors to avoid sea water splash to enter specially during severe weather.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Shore-based Fire Fighting for Tankers *September 22-23, 2003 *Hosted by: National Maritime Polytechnic Cabalawan, Tacloban City, Leyte
General Tanker Familiarization * September 24 - October 3, 2003 * Hosted by: National Maritime Polytechnic Cabalawan, Tacloban City, Leyte
Proficiency in Survival Craft and rescue Boat *March 9 - 14, 2001 * Hosted by: Philippine Nautical Training Institute 4th Floor, Isabel Bldg.,870 Espana, Sampaloc, Manila
Fire Fighting and Personal Survival and Medical Emergency-Basic Training * January 12-20, 1998 * Hosted by: Admiral Maritime Training of the Philippines Sta. Cruz, Manila
Personal safety and Social Responsibilities, January 21-26, 1998. Hosted by Admiral Maritime Training of the Philippines, Sta. Cruz, Manila
Maritime Leadership and Behavior Development, July 27, 1989. Hosted by National Maritime Polytechnics, Cabalawan, Tacloban City.
Certificate of Competency in Navigation for Deck Rating, March 19, 2001 – March 19, 2006. Hosted by Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), Manila, Philippines.
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Computer technician in software and hardware
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
as of now I work as a computer technician in my own internet cafe