Maritime and Offshore Jobs - Sponsored Post

[<img alt="" style=“width: 500px; height: 90px;” src="]](<br><br>As many of you know… until a few months ago I worked offshore on a drillship. I loved the job but with 2 kids (Jack 2, Eli 4months) at home and this site really taking off I made the plunge and came shoreside full time. <br><br>While this was my motivation from the early days of gCaptain, I would have saved myself a lot of time and energy if I had known about <strong>Faststream</strong>. Now I know this is sounding like an advertising pitch but these guys are good! Basically they are headhunters meaning you give them a call, fax your resume and they do the rest. What more could one ask for?<br><br>Now don’t bother calling if your looking for a job at sea, these guys only handle shoreside positions but they have a high number of them on the books and are expert on finding jobs that are tailored to your needs. Here are my personal contacts there:<br><br><strong>Offshore Jobs</strong>:<br>Rob Almeida<br><a class=“blue” style=“font-weight: bold;” href="]<br>954-467-9611<br>Web Link<br><br><strong>Maritime Deck Jobs</strong>:<br>Matt Furman<br><a class=“blue” style=“font-weight: bold;” href="]<br>954-467-9611<br>Web Link<br><br><strong>Maritime Engineer Jobs</strong>:<br>Tim Klaybor<br><a class=“blue” style=“font-weight: bold;” href="]<br>954-467-9611<br><br>Be sure to tell them gCaptain sent you!<br><br><br>If your looking for a headhunter to help you find a job aboard ship I suggest you give Capt. Kelly a call. His website can be found HERE.