- Seeking Opportunities & Mentors (Available immediately. Willing to relocate globally)
- A job and a career-path to serve in maritime safety and search & rescue (SAR).
- Or entry-level jobs driving small-boats in any sector (40ft or less, RHIBs, & PWCs)
- Training in the above
- Willing to volunteer for opportunities
I need someone, some org., to realize my potential and help me focus my passion, enthusiasm, drive, and creativity to serve in this field. My limited but unique knowledge, experiences, and potential and service-ability are going to waste. We have but one life to live. Please contact me if you have opportunities, or interest in co-authoring on projects or papers.
- I'm passionate about maritime SAR, having various ways in which i can contribute, such as serving as rescue boat crew, technical writing, website work, and data/knowledge modeling.
I've told SAR colleagues: Like a keeper of a lighthouse who lives at his station, so I would at a rescue boat station. I'd study charts each day, housekeep the station, maintain the boat(s), and gear, and respond to calls with any team. That is what I want to do in any capacity with this life.
- Training experiences on rescue boats globally, so I'm familiar with systems, management, PPE, good & bad practices, and the boats of various SAR groups.
- Skilled in technical writing, manual and study-guide development, and web content management/editing.
- Published academic author
- hold a U.S. Merchant Mariner Credential;
- hold international certificate as a PWC basic rescue operator;
- serve as webmaster and journal developer for the Journal of SAR.
My online maritime resume.
Example project: Maritime SAR Bibliography
Ask to connect on linkedin.
Non-maritime CV available on request.