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Intern - Ocean Marine
The Marine Intern will be a team player within the Underwriting Team of XL Catlin Marine and will perform tasks to directly support Underwriting Assistants, Underwriters, and Underwriting Managers.
Through the internship with XL Catlin Marine, you will have an excellent opportunity to gain first-hand experience, receive valuable on-the-job training and learn more about the insurance industry. By performing challenging and meaningful tasks you will pick up valuable business, technical and sales skills to prepare you for a future career in the insurance industry.
What will your responsibilities include?
Supporting data entry and work under the direction of underwriters and underwriting assistants.
Supporting assistants with collection of account and insured information for risk analysis.
Performing pre-analysis support for submissions, endorsements, other incoming documents based upon predefined underwriting rules and/or guidelines.
Calculating base rating in the Rating Tool initiated by the Underwriting Assistant for Underwriter review.
Quality control rating output to ensure accuracy of work (e.g. exposure bases, limits, coverage extensions, modifications).
Analyzing informational reports to glean information for Underwriting as part of Underwriting package (e.g., summarize Loss Runs, RMS CAT Modeling reports, Financials of proposed insured).
Ordering and reviewing Loss Control inspections.
Requesting input from Risk Mitigation teams (e.g. CAT modeling group).
Updating diary to accurately reflect account status and notes to/from the Underwriters.
Accountability for completeness of contents of Coding/Issuance package prior to handover to Processing Specialist for Coding/Issuance process, collection of information on reporting policies and complete the premium calculations and for the accuracy of data entry completed.
Appling working knowledge of processes and procedures associated with Underwriting Support responsibilities.
Assisting with Account Receivable collections when required.
What should you bring to this competitive internship program? We're looking for innovative team players who respect and embrace people's differences and demonstrate these values, abilities and skills:
Pursuance of a degree with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
A self-motivated problem solver with a strong attention to detail & highly organized.
A desire to work in the Insurance industry.
Excellent oral, written, and communication/presentation skills.
Legal authorization to work in the United States.
Are you looking to work for a highly respected company where everyone is treated liked family?
Are you looking to work on high-end vessels?
Do you have experience installing navigation systems?
- 2 years' experience in marine trades
- Strong understanding of AC and DC electrical
- In good physical shape (must be able to climb, crawl, lift, and work in small spaces)
- Basic word processing skills
- ABYC Certification (Preferred but not required)
- Troubleshoot, test, repair, replace, remove, and install vessel systems and components: electrical, electronics, HVAC, plumbing & water systems (fresh, salt, and waste), hydraulic, mechanical, compressed gas, diesel engines, as assigned by supervisor(s).
- Conduct a thorough assessment prior to starting a job; including acknowledging the budgeted time and time frame for completion, proving the system and the element requiring service, determining/sourcing parts required.
- Ensure operational readiness of charter boats during the charter season (through off-season preventative annual maintenance and in-season repairs).
- Assign parts and purchases to the appropriate vessels/tickets
Lead Sales Associate-Ft In Marine City, MI
At Dollar General, our customer is at the center of everything we do! We are a fast-moving Fortune 200 publicly-traded company with more than 14,000 stores and 14 distribution centers in 44 states, growing by hundreds of stores each year. We work in an energetic atmosphere that embraces innovation and teamwork. At Dollar General, you can see a clear and fast path to career growth and success. We are committed to attracting talented and motivated people who can advance our mission of "Serving Others." Let's Grow Together!
The Lead Sales Associate helps maintain a clean, well-organized store with a customer-first focus. The duties of the Lead Sales Associate include assisting customers in locating and purchasing merchandise, operating a cash register, stocking and recovering merchandise, cleaning the store, and performing other duties as assigned by the Store Manager to maximize store profitability and customer satisfaction while protecting company assets. Lead Sales Associates perform the duties of a Sales Associate and act in a lead capacity in the absence of the Store Manager or Assistant Store Manager.
DUTIES and ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Provide superior customer service leadership; greet and assist customers.
Operate cash register and scanner to itemize and total customer's purchase, collect payment from customers and make change, bag merchandise, and assist customers with merchandise as necessary.
Follow company work processes to receive, open and unpack boxes, cartons and totes of merchandise; stock merchandise, restock and rotate merchandise on shelves, and build merchandise displays.
Clean the store; take out trash; dust and mop store floors; clean restroom and stockroom; and help set up sidewalk displays.
Assist in implementation and maintenance of planograms.
Open and close the store under specific direction of the Store Manager.
Perform additional duties typically performed by the Store Manager or Assistant Store Manager, in their absence.
KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS:
Effective interpersonal and oral communication skills.
Understanding of safety policies and practices.
Ability to read and follow planogram and merchandise presentation guides.
Ability to perform mathematical calculations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and percentages.
Ability to perform cash register functions.
Knowledge of cash, facility, and safety control policies and practices.
Knowledge of cash handling procedures including cashier accountability and deposit control.
Ability to drive own vehicle to the bank to deposit money.
WORK EXPERIENCE and/or EDUCATION:
High school diploma or equivalent and six months of supervisory experience (or related experience/training) preferred.
Frequent walking and standing
Frequent bending, stooping, and kneeling to run check out station, stock merchandise and unload trucks; which may also require the ability to push and/or pull rolltainers for stocking merchandise
Frequent handling of merchandise and equipment such as handheld scanners, pricing guns, box cutters, merchandise containers, two-wheel dollies, U-boats (six-wheel carts), and rolltainers
Frequent and proper lifting of up to 40 pounds; occasional lifting of up to 55 pounds
Occasional climbing (using step ladder) up to heights of six feet
Fast-paced environment; moderate noise level
Occasional exposure to outside weather conditions
Occasional or regular driving/providing own transportation to make bank deposits, attend management meetings and travel to other Dollar General stores.
Dollar General Corporation is an equal opportunity employer.
Marine Mechanical Engineer
Our CETUS division is seeking a talented and enthusiastic mechanical engineer with strong design ability and hands-on experience with R&D projects. The successful candidate will be part of a team responsible for design, implementation, deployment and testing of both hardware and software for prototype autonomous maritime systems.
At Metron, we value innovation, inquisitiveness and insight. You will work on the design, development, and management of mechanical and electromechanical systems for unmanned underwater vehicles. In small, dynamic hardware/software teams, you will provide concept design, detailed design, and work to implement a range of mission capabilities.
In this position, we are looking for someone who can, when required, provide on-site support during integration and unmanned vehicle testing. You should be comfortable in a general shop and be able to rapidly implement hardware solutions as well as function in a marine environment. You will independently manage prototype development and testing iterations. Additionally, you will write feasibility/cost analysis and technical reports.
BS in Mechanical Engineering, Marine Engineering, or Naval Architecture required, MS preferred
1-5 years of experience in mechanical design (more senior candidates will also be considered)
Proficiency in Solidworks, engineering drawing standards, and GD&T
Working knowledge of materials, fabrication and assembly
Experience with automation mechanisms (electric actuators, hydraulic systems etc.)
Experience in marine environments preferred, formal training or experience in marine engineering
Experience designing pressure vessel and oil filled, pressure balanced housings
Experience performing structural FEA and thermal analysis
Familiarity with hydrostatics, stability, and weight analysis
Experience in R&D environments and with rapid prototyping
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
Some travel may be required
US CITIZENSHIP REQUIRED, active DoD clearance a plus
Position Location: Sterling, VA
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or protected veteran status. Metron takes affirmative action in support of its policy to employ and advance in employment individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
VEVRAA Federal Contractor
Position: Marine Electrician
Location: Bering Sea; Pacific Ocean; Gulf of Alaska; Aleutian Islands
Reports To: Chief Engineer and Port Engineer
License: U.S. Coast Guard License is not required but is considered a plus.
The position is responsible for all electrical systems onboard including but not limited to; power generation systems, power distribution systems, engine room systems, fish processing systems, hotel systems, bridge systems and deck systems.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Troubleshoots electrical issues with equipment, gives recommendation for resolution
Repairs or replaces wiring equipment or fixtures, using hand and power tools.
Examines electrical system of circuits in electrical wiring, equipment, or fixtures using testing devices like ohmmeters, voltmeters or oscilloscopes to confirm compatibility and safety of system.
Demonstrates competency working with and troubleshooting PLC systems
Works directly with Chief Engineer to ensure that all electrical systems are operational and safe for all personnel.
Inspects electrical systems, equipment or parts to spot hazards, defects or the necessity for adjustment or repair and to confirm compliance with applicable codes.
Diagnoses faulty systems, apparatus or parts using equipment and hand tools to find the reason for a breakdown and correct the problem.
Places conduit within selected partitions, walls or alternative areas and pull insulated wires or cables through to finish circuits between boxes.
Demonstrates competence in managing Lock Out/Tags Plus and energy isolation procedures
Works with the Chief Engineer in order to keep the electrical systems in compliance with all regulatory and classification regulations. This includes U.S.C.G., DNV, FCC, OSHA.
Performs routine and annual maintenance of all electrical systems based on manufacture recommendations.
Directs and trains other engineering staff to put in, maintain or repair electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures.
Ensures compliance with applicable sections of the Safety Management System. Is knowledgeable and conversant on applicable policies and procedures contained in the SMS
Maintains electrical parts list and inventory, orders supplies through Chief Engineer.
Maintains workshop, work areas and supplies in orderly fashion in compliance with regulatory standards.
Skills and Abilities Required:
Must have 2 years of experience working as a Marine Electrician on a vessel
Understand instructions and safety rules in English
Board and exit vessel without assistant by climbing up and down a gangway or Jacob's ladder
Capable of climbing and descending steep stairs and vertical ladders
Perform repetitive tasks for long periods of time
Share spaces with others, including crew quarters, dining areas, and bathrooms
HAZWOPR-3 day, annual 1 day
Initial certification, refresher annually
OSHA LOT+ Coordinator
Once, refresher as needed
Arc Flash Training
Initial certification, refresher as required
Every 2 years
Every 2 years
Cold Water Survival
Once within 180 days
GFC HSE Exam
Within 30 days of hire, annual refresher
Personal Protective Equipment:
Hardhat, Safety glasses, Steel toed boots, hearing protection, Electrical Safety gear, Reflective Safety Vest
Regularly scheduled for 12 hour shifts, may be required to work additional hours due to occasional urgent vessel needs. Shipyard duties to be fulfilled as required or assigned.
Free Room and Board
Eligible for 401K
Health/Dental benefits once eligibility requirements are met
Crew Share based
Senior Specialist, Seaweed And Marine Algae - 18045
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world's leading conservation organization, seeks a Senior Specialist in Seaweed and Marine Algae at our Washington, DC office. The Senior Specialist will provide thought leadership and finance expertise on how marine seaweed and algal species can be utilized to reduce GHG emissions and sequester carbon while providing critical food and food ingredients that reduce key environmental impacts. The Senior Specialist will have practical experience in the production of marine seaweed and algae as well as innovation and finance.
Provide thought leadership to identify trends in marine algae aquaculture to sequester carbon;
Undertake an inventory of global seaweed and algal production;
Assess which systems, individuals, organizations and strategies have the potential to scale;
Identify which countries are working on "blue carbon", what strategies (conventional and innovative) they are pursuing and what success they have achieved to date;
Build on an existing Network of key individuals and institutions working on marine seaweed and algal cutting edge research, production and businesses;
Prioritize those production systems that have the greatest potential to reduce GHG emissions and identify what factors are reducing their ability to scale.
Create a platform to share knowledge about knowledge, systems, successes and failures so that the field can learn faster;
Generate business cases and value propositions for innovative financing of marine algae production that will reduce GHG's emissions;
Identify financial approaches for supporting innovation with the most potential to scale and sequester GHG emissions;
Determine the efficacy of marine algae to reduce enteric methane emissions, e.g. as an ingredient in dairy and beef cattle feeds;
Identify or support the development of carbon footprint methodologies of seaweed and algal production;
Provide technical support as needed to the WWF network and other interested entities on seaweed and algae production;
Engage and communicate globally on marine seaweed and algae production.
Bachelor's Degree in aquaculture and/or business and 6+ years of relevant experience, or a Masters Degree and 3+ years of relevant experience required.
Relevant experience to include aquaculture production (international preferred), finance and business development.
Experience in working with a global network of aquaculture experts and ability to connect and collaborate with them is required.
Fluency in English required. Additional language skills are preferred.
Strong written and verbal communication skills are required, including effective public speaking and the ability to communicate complex issues both verbally and in written form.
Ability to translate concepts and ideas into practical and tangible tools.
Excellent strategic abilities, with the capacity to articulate programmatic needs and translate them into effective initiatives
Ability to effectively prioritize and produce high-quality work under time constraints is a must.
Proven ability to work independently as well as collaboratively on a team.
Excellent organizational and project management skills.
National and international travel required (up to 30%).
- Submit cover letter and resume through our Careers Page, Requisition #18045
- Due to the high volume of applications we are not able to respond to inquiries via phone
As an EOE/AA employer, WWF will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Marine Captains Program Instructor
Job Title: Marine Captains Program Instructor
Contact: Betsy DeCampo @ 222-6116 or email email@example.com
Instructor needed for Marine Captains Program.
Experience and credentials required to teach US Coast Guard approved OUPV, Upgrade to 100 Ton, Upgrade to 200 Ton, and Assistance Towing classes. This is a part time position. Salary is based on education and experience.
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Protective & Marine Sales Representative
WELCOME TO SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
Sherwin-Williams is the largest paints and coatings company in the world. With $15.8 billion in sales, more than 4,100 stores, and 140 manufacturing and distribution centers worldwide. Our 60,000 employees across the globe are diverse, innovative and passionate. With a variety of rewarding and challenging opportunities, Sherwin-Williams is a great place to launch and grow a career. Find yours and join us today.
Sherwin-Williams has an exciting opportunity for a Sales Representative to gain additional skills and knowledge to advance his or her career. The Sales Representative is accountable for developing and driving sales in a specific geographic territory.
Prospecting new business and making sales calls to existing accounts for the purpose of selling to customers in the industrial coatings focus markets.
Collect reliable customer/territory information and estimate individual customer potential.
Develop a strategy to grow business with customers and identify items or product categories that require specific attention in support of this strategy.
Develop weekly selling plan and conduct sales calls accordingly.
Determine where customer is in the overall selling process and what steps are necessary to move the process along.
Conduct product demos to support the selling process.
Support customers' application requirements.
Identify sources of sales leads and follow through on leads provided by store/facility personnel as appropriate
Manage customer complaints within lines of authority and manage process to resolution
Must be at least 18 years of age.
Must have a valid state issued driver's license.
Must be legally authorized to work in country of employment without sponsorship for employment visa status.
Must be able to retrieve material from shelves and floor stacks and carry up to 50 lbs.
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
1-3 years business to business sales experience.
Knowledge of and capable of using selling tools in sales calls and strong time management skills.
Ability to travel (occasionally overnight) as needed.
Ability to evaluate growth and improvement opportunities and establish a strategic direction taking into consideration resources, constraints, and organizational values.
Experience and proven success in conducting outside sales calls on commercial and wholesale accounts to build new business and increase existing business.
Excellent wholesale customer service skills, including problem solving and handling customer complaints within lines of authority and manage process to resolution.
Demonstrated leadership qualities, including professional presence and exhibiting confidence with customers.
Bachelor's degree in a technical/business field
3 years of business to business sales experience in the coatings industry.
Demonstrated knowledge and proficiency of multiple corrosion prevention solutions
NACE or SSPC Certified or other industry certifications
Excellent verbal and written communication skills required to effectively communicate and influence specifiers and asset owners.
Strong demonstrated knowledge in industrial coatings, industrial preparation and application equipment.
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AtSherwin-Williams, we're proud of the company we keep — our family of loyalemployees. To learn about our company and our culture go to Sherwin.com/careers.
EqualOpportunity Employer. All qualifiedcandidates will receive consideration for employment and will not bediscriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation,gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age,pregnancy, genetic information, creed, citizenship status, marital status orany other consideration prohibited by law or contract.
VEVRAAFederal Contractor requesting priority referral of protected veterans.
Mechanical Engineer - Mechanical Design And Analysis, Naval Archtecture And Marine Engineering
Job Description: :
Mechanical engineer will work as part of an engineering team to develop solutions to a variety of engineering problems including mechanical structural design, marine engineering and naval architecture vessel design, fluid flow, environmental survivability of structures and electronic modules and analysis (structural, shock, vibration, non-linear and composite material analysis). Mechanical design tasks may involve creating new designs or modifications to existing designs on a variety of naval, launching systems, and missile systems projects. Naval architecture and Marine Engineering tasks may include vessel design, structural design and analysis, stability analysis, regulatory analysis and other naval architecture and mechanical engineering services on a variety of Ship Systems programs.
Analysis tasks may include, but not be limited to performing finite element and classical stress analysis of various components and assemblies across multiple naval and other platforms; performing preliminary and final analyses, part sizing, fatigue/fracture assessment, drawing coordination and sign-off, test support and correlation, analysis presentations, and documentation of analyses for deliverable stress and fracture reports; and performing analysis of discrepant hardware, components, or assemblies during on-going assembly and integration activities. The individual will be expected to work collaboratively with mechanical engineers as well as representatives from Manufacturing, Quality, Drafting and other engineering disciplines. Knowledge of computer design and analysis tools, especially PRO/E, CREO, NASTRAN and ANSYS and experience working in a design for manufacturing environment are desirable.
The Locale: Middle River is an unincorporated community in Baltimore County, Maryland located on the Chesapeake Bay.
It is located 10 minutes from Downtown Baltimore, featuring the famous Inner Harbor, National Aquarium, and Fort McHenry – the birth place of the Star Spangled Banner. Amtrak and the Maryland Transit Administration's MARC Train supply both regular and commuter rail service to Baltimore, Washington, DC and surrounding areas. The Middle River facility is less than an hour away from the Lockheed Martin Corporate offices in Bethesda, MD.
Baltimore/Middle River is a centralized location on the eastern seaboard and the Lockheed Martin facility is located less than a mile from the Martin State Airport train station allowing for easy commuting to and from many locations on the east coast. Our facility houses an on-site gym, wellness center, and the Lockheed Martin Federal Credit Union. A one to four hour drive takes you to areas such as Washington, DC, Philadelphia, New York, as well as the Virginia/Maryland Eastern Shore, DelMarVa beaches, the Jersey shore, and West Virginia.
Annapolis, Maryland, the state capital, is less than an hour away and while there a visit to the home of the United States Naval Academy or traveling the Baltimore and Annapolis bike/hiking trail is a must. Washington, DC is also within a 2 hour drive, featuring many of the national museums, monuments, and memorials as well as the renowned National Zoological Park. Due to the variety of topography, the state of Maryland is known as America In Miniature.
This includes the beaches on the Eastern Shore to the marshlands to the mountains in Western Maryland. There are many activities to participate in including hiking/biking trails, league sports, white water rafting, fishing, skiing/snowboarding to name a few.
Pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Electrical or electronics, Mechanical, Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering, Systems Engineering, Project Engineering, Computer Science or Computer Engineering from an accredited University.
Minimum 3.0 GPA
Ability to obtain security clearance
An advanced degree in Mechanical Engineering, Naval Architecture or Marine Engineering or closely related technical field may be desired for this position
Working experience with PRO/E, CREO, NASTRAN and/or ANSYS applications.
Strong verbal and written communications skills.
Familiarity with standard Microsoft Office applications.
As a leading technology innovation company, Lockheed Martin's vast team works with partners around the world to bring proven performance to our customers' toughest challenges. Lockheed Martin has employees based in many states throughout the U.S., and Internationally, with business locations in many nations and territories.
Join us at Lockheed Martin, where we're engineering a better tomorrow.
Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
Job Location(s): Baltimore Maryland
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Port Captain Alaska Marine Operations
Requisition ID: 47042
Reporting to the Marine Operations Manager, the Port Captain supports Tesoro's commercial marine organization to optimize vessel operations and is responsible for the safe operation and efficient loading and discharge of marine vessels.
The Port Captain manages the interface between tankers / barges and docks / terminals, consistent with expectations of the U.S. Coast Guard, State of Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation and Andeavor Maritime and is a key member of the Marine Crisis Management Team.
This position has responsibility for managing the relationship with all vessels at berths associated with Andeavor's marine operations, reviewing tankers and barges for use in the Andeavor system, and providing marine technical support and advice to the Andeavor Kenai Refinery and Andeavor's Port of Anchorage and marine terminals regarding marine safety, mooring requirements and transfer procedures.
Boards and attends vessel s 24/7/365 at ANDEAVOR, third party terminals, offshore lightering, and inspection attendance. Travels with as directed 24/7/365 with valid passport to accomplish above as well as manages audits.
Manages operational interface between terminal and refinery berths and tankers, barges Articulated Tug Barge (ATB), tugs, and marine service providers. Reviews and coordinates vessel pre-arrival documentation.
Coordinates with Commercial, Refining, and Logistics to optimize marine transfer operations and ensures safe operations and environmental stewardship.
Provides marine operational support to Commercial, Refining, and Logistics.
Key member of Marine Crisis Management Team.
Coordinates, manages, and attends lightering operations in the Andeavor system as directed.
Maintains working relationships with U. S. Coast Guard, state, local regulatory agencies, and the maritime community.
Supports demurrage and loss control specialists with research and resolution of claims and issues.
Conducts SIRE (Ship Inspection Report Exchange) inspections on behalf of Andeavor.
Reviews tankers, tugs, and barges in advance of calling at Andeavor marine facilities.
Conducts ship and barge technical manager audits against the OCIMF TMSA.
Conducts routine Category 1 or 3 SIRE (Ship Inspection Report Exchange) inspections on behalf of Andeavor as assigned
Chief Mate or First Assistant Engineer License Unlimited.
Bachelor's degree in Maritime, Coast Guard, Naval Academy or 4 or more years related vessel experience required.
Has held deck or engineering license or equivalent military experience.
2 or more years of sea time or equivalent experience required.
Petroleum transportation preferred
Exceptional communications and leadership skills, with a demonstrated ability to think strategically and bring consensus from competing viewpoints.
Dangerous Cargo Endorsement for oil tankers with STCW 95 compliant proof of satisfactory training.
This position is part of a job family with multiple levels. The successful candidate will be placed at a level commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Tesoro Corporation, a Fortune 100 company, is a leading independent refiner and marketer of petroleum products with a strategically focused presence in the western United States. Tesoro, through our subsidiaries, owns and operates seven refineries with a combined capacity of over 895,000 barrels per day. Our retail-marketing system includes over 2,400 retail stations under the ARCO®, Shell®, Exxon®, Mobil®, USA Gasoline™, Rebel™ and Tesoro® brands. Our full-service logistics business, a master limited partnership formed by Tesoro Corporation as Tesoro Logistics LP (TLLP), owns and operates 4,000 miles of crude oil, refined products and natural gas pipelines; 29 crude oil and refined products truck and marine terminals; 15 million barrels of storage capacity; two crude oil rail facilities; and four natural gas processing complexes. Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, our operations span 18 states.
Our strength lies in our investment in employees and in their future. We measure success not only by the products we bring to our customers, or the financial results we deliver to our shareholders, but also by remaining true to our core values of safety and environmental stewardship, respect and integrity.
Discover your strengths and invest in your future by applying today.
Employees must be able to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.
EOE: Race / Sex / Veteran / Disability
Posting Notes: || Kenai || Alaska || United States (US) || SF:LI-AA-1 || |Commercial || 99611 ||
Nearest Major Market: Alaska
Nearest Secondary Market: Anchorage
Job Segment: Operations Manager, Law, Inspector, Refinery, Operations, Legal, Quality, Energy
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