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Old July 6th, 2005, 09:07 AM
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Hello,

I am very interested in a ship job in the investigations/loss prevention field. I am retired from law enforcement and experienced in security and investigations. Are there jobs in this area aboard a ship and how would I go about finding these openings.

Thanks for your help

Mike K
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Old July 7th, 2005, 06:12 AM
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I am intersted in joining the cruise ship investigations/ Loss control.I also retired in the Police force of my country.Please I am looking forward in getting a job.
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Old July 7th, 2005, 09:55 AM
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I've only seen UK retired navy personel in this position (those there are exceptions). I'm fairly certain the cruise lines hire from specific hiring partners or recruitment agencies - but you might try contacting the HR departments of the lines you want to work for to see if that's the case

this is one I found in one of those cruise employment books I bought years ago
Logbridge Ltd
South Western House
Canute Road,
Southampton SO14 3FG
http://www.columbia.com.cy/index.htm

just googled "maritime security cruise ship employment" and found this - at least it's a good description of the job albiet a pay site
http://www.nixers.com/ApplyForJob.as...Ships.Security

If you dive or have marine/mechanical abilities, you might want to look into private yachts and charters. Knew an ex military guy who found a job on a as security for high end clients who value their security/safety

good luck
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Old July 11th, 2005, 07:59 PM
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I have looked into this position for years and always get the same report that they have to start at the bottom and work your way up now. Those that did the security work were getting upset that some retired officers were coming in at the top level. I'm too old and too experianced to walk a fire watch and click the watchkeys. Now there still might be a possibility of working on shore in this field and you can check this out by writing to the cruiselines themselves.
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Default Security Jobs

Princess is always looking for people in this department. Contact them threw www.pmcmarine.com..That is a Canadian hiring agent but am sure if your not a Canadian your application will forwarded to head office. You can also forward your resume to:crews@telus.net or if you want to fax:604 689 2662 .

When you apply be sure to state that you are passport ready and are available on short notice.

Cheers and Good Luck........
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