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Good day,
Im Ch off and looking for a job at yours ships. I will be very appreciated for assistance.

My name is Burkovskii Roman, I am 36 years old, working in position chief officer since 2013.
During my carrier, I working on different types of vessels: multi – purpose, bulkers, and cement carriers.
Usually all the time crew was multinational, from: Philippines, Ukraine, Poland, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Norway. All vessels equipped by ECDIS systems like: FURUNO, TRANSAS, TELE CHART (Norway). Type of work on these vessels, types of cargos was different and it was interesting for me, when you know something new. Almost all vessels on witch I worked was sailing all around the world. We can take cargo from Europe and bring to China or South Korea, or we can take cargo from Netherlands and bring to South Africa. Usually it was general cargoes, project cargoes, old industrial cars, different equipment. On back way we can take, bulk cargo and general cargo or containers.
On cement carriers it was depends from charter, first we worked between Shri Lanka and Asia, after that was trade between Turkey and USA, also we worked some time on Mediterranean sea.
On last my ship trade was between Baltic and Mediterranean sea, we transferred sawn timber to Egypt, from Mediterranean sea was different cargoes: phosphates, fertilizer, marble chips or rock salt in bulk.
Responsibility witch depend for Chief Officer was practically the same: Safety & security, loading, discharging, medicine, watch keeping, maintenance of some mechanisms, cranes, winches all equipment necessary for good working of the vessel.
I believe that I am a responsible, organize & communicative man, I am quick learner, and I don’t give up when faced with difficult challenges. I`m looking for a company, in which my ambitions can be implemented in the future. Company that can cherish & appreciate their employees. Generally, duration of my contract was from 4 to 6 months, salary about 6000 $, I hope this conditions can be realistic, but it’s all negotiable.

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