Port Engineer – The Maritime Executive

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Published Jun 17, 2022 10:40 AM by The Maritime Executive
Seattle, Washington, United States
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Phoenix Processor LP (PPLP) manages the M/V Phoenix and the M/V Excellence. operating in the Bering Sea and off the coast of Washington and Oregon. Both vessels operate as at-sea fish processing vessels receiving codends delivered from catcher boats. The factories produce fillet, surimi, fish oil, and fish meal products for international and domestic markets. We are currently hiring for a Port Engineer. Position will be based out of Seattle, Washington with occasional sea-time as needed.
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