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mollykins | 06:42 Sat 09th Apr 2011 | Jobs & Education
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In the paper they advertised three posts for harbour master assistant.

However, I can't do that many hours (20 or 35 p/w). I do have power level 2 and first aid, but not VHF radio licence. As well as seamanship skills from cadets.

Is it worth me sending a cover letter and CV? (of course there'd be no point in filling in an application form because i can't do that exact job, but say they found me and someone else that could together do the 20 hours, who knows?)

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I know what you are saying but I dont think you have a lot of hope there to be honest, but who knows, you have nothing to lose!!
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If you can't do that many hours do you think that they are going to introduce job sharing just for you?
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No bibble, but they're asking for a lot of things and I have all but two of them.
Molly - this surely is a long term post, not a temporary one. If you are not sure, why not go and see the HarbourMaster and ask him/her......your interest may just pop a summer job if that is what you are after (or something for a gap year).
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DT, may to october . . .
I would have thought the VHF licence is quite crucial for sea going communications
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Tonyv, oops maybe i should have said that this is for a lake/river not a sea harbour.
Whilst I don't think you have a snowflake in hell's chance of getting that job in particular, it certainly won't hurt to submit your CV with a covering letter explaining that that is the type of work you'd like to do and asking them to bear you in mind if anything turns up they might think would be suitable for you.
I expect they are looking for an adult but send it in anyway. Do what you think not what we say.
How old is molly then Prudie, I had the impression she was 16 or 17 or so?
Ok Molly - but it's still the required means of communication on certain rivers as well - yes? Is it just the short range certificate they need then? - if so, think that can be done on a one day course.
17 which is not classed as an adult
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Prudie, I could drop out of college and get a full time job though . . .
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If there were any about that is :P yeah I'm 17 , , ,
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Molly like I said apply anyway. I believe I've googled the ad you refer to, you could do the 20 hrs per week one couldn't you?
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