Naval Instructor – Marine Engineering
Location: Middle East
About the Role
We are searching for a skilled Marine Engineering Instructor to join our high-profile client in the defence sector based in the Middle East. The primary purpose of this role is to provide training to Naval Students in the maintenance and operation of their ships and military equipment. As Marine Engineering Instructor, you will deliver training specific to the role of Shipwright. Specifically, you will train the basic principles of welding, cutting, sheet metalwork fabrication, firefighting and damage control systems.
About the Company
Our client is a world leading defence organisation, providing skills, products and expertise for the maintenance of security with key customers around the world. Operating as a prime contractor under a Government to Government arrangement they provide equipment, support, and training to the customer based in the Middle East. If successful, this Marine Engineering Instructor role, will provide you with an exciting opportunity to further your career with a global market leader in the Aerospace and Defence sector.
To succeed as Marine Engineering Instructor, it is likely that you will have the following attributes and experience:
Graduate of an advanced military trade school or industry equivalent.
Previous experience in the role of Hull Technician or Shipwright – specifically welding, cutting and sheet metalwork.
Have recent instructional experience (ideally within the last 2 years) and have completed an accredited Instructional Techniques course.
Ships Systems Qualified.
It would be a distinct advantage if you have completed a CBRNDC 35’s Intermediate Sea Survival Course (ISSC or firefighting qualified). The Reward
This Marine Engineering Instructor opportunity offers a highly competitive tax-free package, which includes a salary in the region of £55k. As you would expect, a high standard of accommodation is provided free of charge in a secure compound with first-class medical access and excellent recreation facilities such as gym, swimming pool and tennis. In addition, there is a host of additional cash and non-cash benefits which include a very attractive end of service gratuity and 9% pension allowance.
If you feel you meet the relevant job criteria and keen on considering an exciting overseas career move, then we want to talk with you.
If you are interested in discussing this opportunity please contact Eddie Finnigan at Two Rivers Recruitment on (phone number removed) or send your CV and brief covering letter to (url removed)