New North American Maritime Personnel Recruitment Agency

Press Release
Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Flagship Maritime Recruiting focuses on servicing the needs of maritime companies in the USA and Canada.

Flagship Maritime Recruiting is founded by shipping professionals and augmented by specialists in the recruitment, human resources (HR), and organizational development (OD) fields giving it the ability to not only identify qualified job candidates, but to match the best candidates to open positions.

"Locating well qualified candidates for positions and successfully matching an individual with a maritime company, requires a unique blend of shipping knowledge and recruitment expertise" says David Smith, Master Mariner, co-founder, and President of Flagship Maritime Recruiting. "Our vision is to be the market leader in the North American maritime recruitment field through our superior shipping knowledge, persistence, patience, and integrity."

About Flagship Maritime Recruiting, LLC

Flagship Maritime Recruiting says it is run by shipping professionals for shipping professionals. It is a maritime recruiting firm dedicated to servicing the North American market. Its consulting and recruiting staff has many years of maritime industry experience and offers a broad range of recruiting and employee assessment services to clients across North America from offices in Connecticut, Florida, Alabama, Texas, and Canada.

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