Jessica Crosby, Director of Talent Management, and Karen Butterfield, Talent Management Coordinator, form the State of Maine will be on campus Wednesday, March 27th. They are interested in all majors. Stop by their table in the foyer of the dining hall during lunch and attend their presentation at 4p in the 1954 Room, Alfond Student Center. Check out their job posting for a Marine Mechanic Specialist at careercenter.mma.edu, job ID 5820921.
Cody MacCabe ’15, Nichole Brunette and Darby O’Leary from ADUSA Transportation (Delhaize/Hannaford) will present on campus at 4pm, Monday, April 1 in the 1954 Room, Alfond Student Center. All are welcome to attend. They will interview the following day in the Career Services Conference Room. Sign up for interviews on careercenter.mma.edu, job ID 5857189.
This course is for individuals who are interested in obtaining Subchapter M and auditor training along with managers, consultants, and executives who are eager to learn more information regarding Subchapter M. This course will begin your understanding and training third-party auditors the auditing process. This course will also discuss ISO and ISM auditing and how it all ties back into Subchapter M and its audits on towing and other small vessels.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER. Career Services is hosting guest speaker, Michael Ross, who will discuss the hiring process from the human resources perspective. This event is open to all. Seniors especially should take advantage of his expertise. All are welcome. He will do some discussion sessions. Sign up for both the event and sessions under events at CareerCenter.mma.edu.
Captain William Sabatini will give a presentation on the US Brig Niagara and the Schooner Lettie G. Howard, especially about a remarkable co-op opportunity aboard the Lettie for this summer. The Lettie will stop in Castine on her way north around Graduation time and take up to 12 MMA students on as trainees for the rest of the voyage to Erie, Pennsylvania.
No prior sailing or vessel experience necessary.
This course will cover:
Cold water and hypothermia
Emergency signaling (Flares)
Group problem solving & Communication
Life jackets, life rafts, and other pool exercises
Man overboard procedures
In order to complete the hands on seminar, individuals must have completed the online training module of the Safety at Sea Program within 1-year of this course. Individuals can sign up for that module now and receive the link from the Continuing Education Department to complete prior to April 20, 2019.
For those who are not going to attend the April 20 assessment, but want to complete only the online portion at this time, you may purchase that by directly contacting Liza Clark (207-326-2211).
Upon meeting the minimum standard of competence in fast rescue boats, the trainee will be competent to handle and take charge of such boats during or after launch in adverse weather and sea conditions. They will also be able to operate a fast rescue boat engine; learn the correct use of all locating devices, including communication and signaling equipment between the rescue boat and a helicopter and the ship; and how to carry out search patterns.