IMarEST Partners with Matchtech Recruitment

Press Release
Tuesday, April 09, 2013

The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) has partnered with Matchtech to offer an online recruitment service.


Developed to offer a key benefit to the institutes 15,000 global membership, Matchtech will run an online job board on the IMarEST website.

David Loosley, IMarEST CEO, welcomes Matchtech as IMarEST’s new recruitment partner stating; “We’re delighted to announce that the IMarEST is partnering with Matchtech to offer our international members an online recruitment service.



“Providing this type of platform supports our vision as the leading learned society and professional body in the global marine sector, enabling us to support all marine professionals throughout their career, whether they work above or below the waterline."

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Matchtech’s recruitment partnership with IMarEST will bring 29 years of experience recruiting within the marine industry to the global marine community. Matchtech has a longstanding reputation in the marine recruitment market and expertise in supplying temporary and permanent candidates to a large number of clients, spanning independent consultancies, luxury yacht builders, large shipyards, subsea installation contractors, oil majors, shipping organisations and renewable energy developers.



For further information on job opportunities with IMarEST click here.

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