Who are We?
We are a leading marine business with a large portfolio of businesses including property, marinas, marine services, power systems and harbour management.
One of our newest offerings is “dredging”; which is a process that removes silt from the seabed material to increase the water depth for navigation or infrastructure projects. Three important members of our team are our three water injection dredging vessels: CMS Innovation (11.5 tonnes), CMS Seaka (30 tonnes) and CMS Doonhamer (55 tonnes) that we own, run and maintain in house.
We’re so proud of them and it is an area that we love telling people about. No really, somebody stop me. You can read more about it here Dredging – The Marine Group
2022 is going to be an exciting year for us as we hope our dredgers will be out doing their thing as much as possible. 2022 will be lived by the motto “Have Dredgers, will dredge!” We’d love you to come onboard with us.
Each dredger has a skipper and a crew member. Their working hours are determined by nature and the tides. Sometimes we might ask them to do additional work at one of our marinas.
This is a growing part of our business and we are looking for someone who is excited for the challenge and eager to build it with us.
You will love the boat life, being out in all weathers and being hands on with all jobs that need doing. You’ll know your way around a boat and might spot something that needs doing before anyone else and you’ll be prepared for the varied hours that Mother Nature decides.
You’ll be ready and able to get started on Day One by already knowing a bit about engines, hold a level 2 Powerboat course with commercial endorsement, be able to travel and know some health and safety basics, including being able to swim.
You’ll love sharing your enthusiasm for this area and we’d love to learn from you about this as much as we’ll provide you with everything you need to do it.
About the Role
The role of ‘Dredging Crew’ will include:
- Aiding in the day to day running of the dredgers
- Communication with the clients when on-site
- Understanding and basic trouble shooting of the electronic, GPS and DGPS systems used while dredging
- Responsible for the onboard checks, logbook management and reporting
- General maintenance of the vessels including filter changes, paint work
- Responsibility to maintain MCA coding status
- Crew vehicle checks
- Tidal shift and weekend work.
Hours, Location and Salary
This role is full time shift work with timings determined by the tides.
Currently our dredging operations are primarily in Burry Port and Watchet but as new contracts come in you could be sent anywhere in the UK and potentially further afield.
We’re looking for someone full time ideally, but we believe people work best when they are allowed to work according to their own lifestyle needs. So, talk to us about what flexible working arrangements might suit you best and we can look to try and accommodate.
Job Description and Person Specification
You can download the full Job Description and Person Specification HERE
How to Apply
Please apply with a CV and covering letter to email@example.com . You can use that address for any queries you may have as well.
We’re keen for someone to start as soon as possible so we’ll be carrying out interviews as the CV’s come in so there’s no official closing date.