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Electrical Technical Officer (ETO) in Italy


  • Start Date: 1st May 2018
  • Job ID #514095
  • Posted by: Representative

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ETO needed for 80m new build (less than one year to launch date). Permanent position (no rotation), salary DOE. ETO CoC preferred but not essential. STCW, ENG1 required.

The ideal candidate will have a full skill set and large yacht experience. Electric systems (low and high power), vSAT, AV/IT, network, navigation and bridge systems. Will also be working with the interior hotel systems and help with the engineer\'s duties and watches.

English speaking is essential, but French and/or Italian is a huge bonus (there is a multi language, established and mature crew already employed).

This is an exciting opportunity to work with a fantastic Captain and Chief Engineer, and for kind and considerate owners. Crew longevity is very high, and permanent positions rarely become available.


  • Vessel Size80m (262ft)
  • Vessel TypeMotor Yacht
  • Charter/PrivatePrivate
  • Position TypePermanent Position
  • Current LocationItaly, Ancona
  • Cruising ItineraryMediterranean Sea
  • HomeportFrance
  • Yachting Experience2 - 5 years
  • Posted 13th Mar 2018 by Representative

Language & Visas

  • English Fluent
  • French Intermediate
  • Italian Intermediate
  • VisasSchengen (or EU resident)


  • General Qualifications Full Driving License (International) [Essential]
    ENG 1 (Medical - NO Limitation/Restrictions) [Essential]
    STCW 95 (STCW 2010) [Essential]
  • Engineering Qualifications (or Merchant, USCG & AMSA equivalent) RIII/6 Marine Electro-Technical Officer (Unlimited) [Essential]


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