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34 NAVY NEWS, MAY 2002


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You already know what powers us, now tell us what drives you.


Marine Engineering Officers. In the Irish Naval Service Marine Engineering Officers (MEOs) play a vital role in maintaining the status of our flotilla as a rapid reaction and multi-capable force. From managing a Technical Staff, which can be up to a third of the ship's crew, to planning and executing refit and repair programmes. The importance of this role is reflected in the remuneration package on offer. A qualified person can look forward to up to €56,587 in year 1 and year 2, rising to €62,937 in year 3.


You will need to be 36 years of age or under and hold one of the following professional qualifications. But most importantly, you will need the drive and ambition to do somethinq extraordinary with your career.


A Department of Marine Class 1 or 2 (Motor) Certificate of Competency \


Royal Navy (British) Marine Engineering Officers Charge Certificate Qualification (MCQ)


OR • A Marine Qualification that is deemed by the Minister for Defence to be at least equivalent to the qualifications outlined above.


For application forms and further information contact: Defence Forces Competitions, Personnel Section, DFHQ, Parkgate Street, Dublin 8, Republic of Ireland. Tel 00 353-1-8042149, 8042144 Fax 8042412.


Tel 00 353-1-8042149,8042144


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