American Cruise Lines

  • Electricians

    Job Locations US-MD-Salisbury
    Job ID
    2018-1691
    # of Openings
    2
    Category
    Operations
  • Overview

    Chesapeake Shipbuilding, www.chesapeakeshipbuilding.com, in Salisbury, MD is the most successful shipyard and naval architecture firm of its kind in the United States today. With over thirty years of direct industry experience, we have become a leading designer and builder of a notable array of commercial ships from 90 to 300ft. Our vessels operate all over the world and are suited for inland waterway or ocean service. Our specialization in the design and construction of luxury cruise ships, tugboats, and work boats has enabled us to develop an unrivaled expertise in this field.

    Chesapeake Shipbuilding is now hiring experienced electricians who are looking for a full time position with a rapidly growing company. Applicants should have solid understanding of specialized types of commercial/industrial wiring, however no marine or shipbuilding experience is required. Electricians can expect to be involved in all stages of construction and will be working primarily indoors or under shelter. Company offers highly competitive wages, solid benefits and great job security. 

     

    #Oil/Energy/Power

    Qualifications

    Qualifications:

    • Solid understanding of specialized types of commercial/industrial wiring
      • No Shipbuilding/Marine experience needed
    • Highly motivated, self-starter, organized and able to multi-task
    • Works well individually with minimal direction and as a team member
    • Must be a proactive problem solver

    Chesapeake Shipbuilding Corp. is part of a larger affiliated group of companies including American Cruise Lines, the largest US cruise company, www.americancruiselines.com and Pearl Seas Cruises, www.pearlseascruises.com. Chesapeake Shipbuilding is a stable and profitable company and offers a work environment with upward mobility

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