UK Ship Register Signs ASV’s Unmanned Vessel to the Flag

first_imgThe UK Ship Register has signed its first unmanned vessel to the flag, the ASV’s C-Worker 7.The C-Worker 7 will be used for work such as subsea positioning, surveying and environmental monitoring. It can be used under direct control, semi-manned or completely unmanned.Doug Barrow, director UK Ship Register said: “By supporting emerging technologies such as autonomous systems, we are helping to keep the UK at the forefront of the global maritime industry.“The UK Flag is growing, as we have invested in resources to meet the demands of that growth. We have the support of the UK Government, and the wider UK maritime industries to continue our expansion.”Vince Dobbin, sales and marketing director of ASV Global said: “We are delighted to have achieved the first registration of a semi-autonomous vessel for maritime operations. The MCA has been critical in enabling ASV to reach this pivotal milestone recognizing the prominence of unmanned systems in the maritime environment.”ASV has designed and built more than 80 vessels which are now deployed all over the world in the service of the oil and gas, scientific and defence sectors.last_img read more

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Thyme Out Café and Tearooms recruiting new staff as fourth location opens

first_imgThyme Out Café and Tea Rooms is going from strength-to-strength and has just opened its fourth location in Dunfanaghy. This means you can now enjoy the Thyme Out experience in four venues across Donegal: Alcorn’s Letterkenny, the Castle Tearooms in Glenveagh National Park, The Eatery Restaurant at Glenveagh National Park Visitors’ Centre and now The Workhouse in Dunfanaghy.Thyme Out Café and Tearooms has just opened its fourth venue at The Workhouse, Dunfanaghy. Serving delicious savoury and sweet options every Saturday and Sunday during May and daily from June.Due to the expansion, the team is now looking to fill a number of full and part-time positions including pastry chefs, supervisors, kitchen porters and experienced service staff. The full-time pastry chef will be based in the Castle Tearooms in Glenveagh National Park with day time hours and a salary of between €28 – €30k, depending on experience.The suitable candidate should have excellent management skills, the ability to manage a kitchen team and stock control.CV’s can be sent to [email protected] and the closing date is Friday 10th May 2019. Thyme Out Café and Tea Rooms has become synonymous in Donegal with freshly baked breads, pies and pastries, serving a delicious range of homemade savoury and sweet dishes and freshly prepared salads. The group has also built a strong reputation with its outside catering service for small gatherings and corporate events.The Workhouse in Dunfanaghy is open Saturdays and Sundays during May and will open daily from June.The other Thyme Out venues are all open daily for the season and no booking is required.A selection of savoury and sweet options available at Thyme Out Café & Tearooms.Anyone interested in joining the Thyme Out team can send CV’s to [email protected] Out Café and Tearooms recruiting new staff as fourth location opens was last modified: May 1st, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Alcorn’s LetterkennyCaféJob VacancyTearoomsthe Castle Tearooms in Glenveagh National ParkThe Eatery Restaurant at Glenveagh National Park Visitors’ Centrethyme outWorkhouse in Dunfanaghylast_img read more

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