Help Wanted!

The Rigging Company, Annapolis MAryland

 is on the lookout for a few good hands.

We are currently accepting any and all resumes regardless of experience for full-time, year-round employment.

People we are looking for:

  • If you are a skilled and experienced rigging technician looking for work.
  • If you have experience in the sailing/ marine industry of any kind, drop us a line.
  • If you’ve ever read The Complete Rigger’s Apprentice and can still climb a mast, we’d love to talk to you.
  • If you are a young ambitious sailor who’s looking for a good trade to learn,  you will only improve your sailing skills and knowledge from here on out.

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The New Rigging Company. Harken blocks, travelers and furlers, Navtec Rod rigging, Hayn Rod Rigging

 

 

 

 

 

 

We offer fair pay, hard work, some good times, and a whole lot of job satisfaction. So if you are interested, please send us your info and we will get back to you regardless of our decision. We’d love to hear from you.

Join our team of skilled riggers.

 

 

About The Rigging Company, LLP

We provide complete and professional rigging products and services!
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7 Responses to Help Wanted!

  1. judisi hlungwane says:

    hi to the company im a man with the sge of 28 I’m a qualified rigger section 26d staying at mpumalanga im looking for a rigging job i will be thanksfull if u can able to help with a job thsnks

  2. Priscilla says:

    Howdy,

    I am a former surveyor considering options for a career change, one of which is rigging. I’ve only surveyed rigs from deck level but I do all my own rigging work (except for stepping and unstepping my mast and swaging standing rigging). I singlehand a blue water cruiser and THOROUGHLY understand the importance of layout, chafe, serviceable equipment fit for its intended use, etc., and am regular crew on a race boat so I’m also familiar with the opposite extreme 1.1 factor of safety. Additionally, I am an ABYC trained Corrosion Technician so I am intimate with the problems of SS.

    My question is: What does the job pay? Salary.com doesn’t recognize rigging as a career, and this page is the best lead I could find for info. What would be reasonable starting pay – I’m far from a “skilled and experienced rigging technician” but given some (well, a lot, ) of the work I’ve seen, I’m much more careful, skilled and experienced than many who are working in the field. I am a fast learner and hard-working – what could I expect for pay after a year? In five years?

    Your company sounds awesome! Too bad it snows in MD, I would be knocking on your door long before Sock Burning. And huge compliments plus many thanks for your amazing and educational web site – it is going to take quite a while to peruse it.

    • The Rigging Company, LLP says:

      Thanks for contacting us Priscilla and thank you for the kind words. Sorry for the late reply, we’ve been a bit swamped. We just hired this week, so I am not ready to hire just yet. Please email us your resume as I have a rolling file that I return to come hire time. Thank you for your interest.

      ~T.R.C.

      PS – Pay would range from $13-$30 per hour. Snow time is our busy time for the big jobs!

      • Priscilla says:

        Thank you kindly for the reply, which is somewhat helpful. I have less than no interest in living where it snows though, but I will gladly send you my resume if you move T.R.C. south of Interstate 10, or can arrange for the Equator to be moved about 30 degrees north. :-)

  3. Viki Moore says:

    Thanks for the book link, I will get that!

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