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    Greetings,

    What are some thoughts about SEACOR Marine? How do they treat their people and how do the wages compare to the other? I assume Otto Candies is still the top payer for the GOM.
    Would any one know a contact I could mail a resume to at SEACOR Marine? Any answers are appreciated.
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    Seacor is a good company. was even better before they got so big. Like most they will tell you to do an application onlone.
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    Good benefits and pay, they just have a bad habit of going through a hiring frenzy and then huge layoffs with longevity not counting for anything.

    So when things get tight just be aware of whats whats.
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    Excellent benefits, and fair pay, well organized overall, and the trains run on time.
    One of the best to work for for small vessels, or to start as a OS, but they have very few supply vessels and nothing in the states over 3000 ITC. I would second what Jemplayer said about layoffs, but they USUALLY lay off the dead wood first.......
    YMMV
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    Where does Seacor have vessels overseas? Anything in Singapore area?
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