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Friday, September 21, 2012

HELP NEEDED Experienced Bering Sea Gold Diver




If you are an experienced gold diver in Nome, Alaska (Bering Sea) and are looking for work, RESPOND. Honest and experienced inquiries ONLY. 
Thank You.
1wendypalmer3@gmail.com

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  1. Thanks SO MUCH to those who have responded!

    Wendy

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    1. Hi, my name is Craig Prince i live in Panama City Beach, FL the wreck capital of the USA. I am an PADI open water diver experienced and comfortable in over 80ft of water and more. I am 28 years old with 2 kids and 1 on the way and gung ho about previding for my family. Im also an experienced mechanic ranging from small motors to aircraft. attended Haney Technical Center for auto tech and aircraft mechanics. I do have credentials to back that up. If it has a motor i can fix it. Diving is my life and passion and i believe i can be an asset to your company. Please respond at Carlyls1109@gmail.com if your interested and thank you

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    2. good day im a 23 year old male living in south africa im intrested to become an gold diver i dont have much expereance but willing to learn all i ask for is a chance to show you im a hard worker and commited to my job you can reach me on gmuller@webmobile.co.za yours thankfully Gerhard Muller

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    3. Hi Wendy,

      My name is Sean, I am a 29 year old X british forces soldier of 6 years, served in 2 tours of Iraq and other tough countrys. I am extremely hard working and motivated and always love new challenges. I am a qualified DIVEMASTER with lots of diving experience.
      I currently reside in the Uk but am willing to travel at a moments notice.
      Although I dont have experience in the area you are looking for I believe the experiences and knowledge I do have will help me to learn the trade well and quickly and also become a valuable member of your team.
      If you are interested I would love to hear from you, my email address is sean_searle@hotmail.com
      Best regards
      Sean Sykes

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    4. Hey, I would be up for this .
      You can contact me directly on dazza74@outlook.com
      Thank youhooe to hear from you soon.

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    5. Helllo My name is Chism Leimbach I am a former commercial miner & Dredger. I can operate up to a 10" nozzle alone. I can move material like a machine. I have my own drysuit,&gear. Please contact me at ChismLeimbach@yahoo.com. I can start immediatelly, I am located in Columbia,CA. Lets get an ounce a more an hour!Thank you for your time.

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    6. hello my name is chris vosse. im a padi rescue cerified diver working on dive master. im also a certified commercial diver graduated from the divers institute of seattle 2010. currently i work for a dive center in the pacific northwest. spend 4 to 5 days a week in the water. i have all my own gear. just looking for a new experience to add to my diving. im 38, long past the young show off party days, looking to work hard. i can be reached at chrsvosse@yahoo.com

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    7. I was commercially certified in 1990 by the Divers Institute of Technology in seattle. I was NAUI open water scuba certified in 1983, Assistant instructor certified by NAUI in 1986. I currently live in Seattle and I am used to cold water, working dives and Im RELIABLE! If anyone in Nome is in need of a diver that will just get in and get it done without BS and drama email me. Diver1089@aol.com

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    10. Hi my name is Fabrizio,i would like to know if the job is only for U.S. citizen or not.
      I m 37 years old italian live in italy i lived in Arizona for 9 months.
      I m an ex italian paratrooper i have the SSI scuba license I worked in a fish farm in north east italy in the adriatic sea for 3 years almost 1000 hours of diving .
      my e-mail skysurf8@hotmail.com
      thanks

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    12. I am an experienced PADI Open Water SCUBA Instructor with years of technical and dry suit dive experience. I know I can be an asset to any dive organization. Please contact me for this opportunity. 404-668-7396. Mr. Stacy Hadaway

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    14. Hi I'm Ty and I have some training in diving and gold hunting . I would love to come to Nome and work . I have no kids and not married. The reason for that is for a living I kick box . But I'm getting a little old for that some I would love to try my luck with the gold. Thanks Ty. U can reach me at rayman20072002 @yahoo.com

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    15. What a joke! !!!!!!! Ray Tyree is a cheat & a thief.

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  2. Hi, i realise there are probably MANY people who have responded & I realise that I live a LONG way away however I thought I would touch base as this job fits me well.
    I was brought up with a farming background & can make most things work with a little scrap lying around, I then joined the Royal Navy as a the youngest Clearance diver (UDT)up to that point (qualified at 17). After leaving the RN I was a commercial diver for 22 years until 2004. I then took a few close protection courses & spent 3.5 years in Baghdad working alongside the US Corp of Engineers. I think I would be an asset to any diving team however I reside in Sweden now which is obviously a long way from Alaska! The upshot of living here is that I am well used to the cold & having to drill to fish :-)
    Ok, that's it from me, if you ever need any help in your operation I would love to head over...
    Best regards,
    John Steele

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  3. Hello my name is Kevin Amero and I am interested in learning more about this opportunity. I have cold water diving experience as a commercial sea urchin diver. I did this for winter work for 5a years. I am also a recreational gold prospector. The diving for urchins and some scallop diving was out pf Gloucester Mass. I currently reside in N.H. please contact me if you are still looking. Thank you. Kevin..kmatrees@gmail.com.

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  4. Are you still looking for divers

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  5. UK trained diver. Commercial HSE Part 4, surface supply/hotwater suit. Used to teach at Fort Bovisand Underwater Center. Recreational instructor/nitrox/trimix. Over 2,000 logged since 1988, not including teaching.

    Would be interested in short term contract to escape rat race in UK for a few months

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  6. Wanna dive safety and hard working my name is jason 5033072156

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  7. Sounds like you need a lucky qualified u/w specialist trained in low viz conditions? That be me....... I would love to help you . Msdt#39942

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  8. BSAC Advanced diver. 1000+ dives varying from phillipines to north of scotland. Experience in zero viz and cold water down to 60m.
    Available late july and all of August, also available December.
    Would like the life experience as much as the work.

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    1. Are you interested in working full-time for the next six weeks on a dive team doing underwater dredging near Ft Myers, FL?

      The water is warm and shallow (10') but the viz is low. We only dredge three or four days a week. We are looking for a team leader to run a three man boat. Only drama-free and easy going need apply. Daily paperwork takes less than 15 minutes because this is a diving job!

      We are also looking for a less experienced dredge diver. Contact Divers@Jetfoods.com

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  9. If you are still looking for a good dependable and reliable diver I am very interested. I am advanced open water certified through P.A.D.I, I have hundreds of dives logged ranging from deep water dives to ship wreck dives and more. I also worked as a diver on a commercial sea urchin and sea cucumber operation while doing that in my spare time I did a lot of bottom cleaning. I love to be in the water whether there is excellent visibility or poor visibility. I don't mind diving in bad weather and getting tossed around doesn't bother me. So if you need some one you can count on to go down and stay down regardless of the weather I'm your man. I'm a 27 year old fit white male. My name is Marcus and I would love to be given the opportunity to dive for you. You can contact me via e-mail at marcus.lyngar@gmail.com

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  10. Greg paul owner operator of paul's diving services as being in the
    dive industry for 20 years .i have lots of knowledge of dive jobs and
    would just like to introduce you to my dive company and hope to work
    with you in the future.
    thanks for your time
    Greg paul
    paul's diving services inc.
    cell (902)-489-1910
    fax (902)-461-1684
    email: gregpaul38@gmail.com

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  11. hi there i am kaleb Easton 23, i am a PADI divemaster and a NAUI master diver with loads of EXP been diving in low vis for a long time in mosselbay south Africa!im at home in cold dark water and keen to get some gold!Email me @ kalebeaston@hotmail.com

    regards kaleb

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  12. I live in Seattle and was NAUI open water certified in 1983, NAUI advanced diver in 1984, NAUI Assistant instructor certified in 1985 and COMMERCIALLY certified with the Divers institute of Technology in 1990. Im used to cold water and can work extended hours on a dive. I am reliable, show up early, know what Im doing and would be a valuable addition to your team. my email is diver1089@aol.com

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  13. Hi Wendy . You still looking for divers ? Im a young 43 yrs old with 8 yrs diving exp . Level headed and calm under water . I'm a self employed builder and have been for 10 yrs almost , and never advertised once speaks volumes . I'm looking for a new challenge . I live in England but would travel with notice . Would be good to have a chat about the how's and whats about gold dredging . Look forward to your email . My email is yllonotrub@hotmail.com

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  14. Portuguese commercial diver 8 years experience.
    I'm up to it.
    got a place for me?
    contact: ricardomicael@gmail.com

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  15. Nome's divers is so stupid and unsafe

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  16. Good luck all you gold divers out there...I know its major tough and you deserve every speck o'gold you find!

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  17. Hi Wendy My name is Paul Piovarči I have 32 years from Slovakia. I do not have license for diving as recreational diving. What I am interested in your offer of a passion for gold. I amater prospector gold and therefore love not so much for its value because of how they can change the world economy and the main people. I work as a fireman and paramedic in Bratislava, capital of Slovakia. Forward to apologize for my miserable English, but I also Mohy hands and certainly to communicate. I'd like to know Alaska and surrounding nature but mainly Bering gold.
    goodbye
    pijjopijjopijjo@gmail.com

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  18. Hi Wendy,
    My name is Byron Deak, I am an Australian professional diver with 20 years experience diving the cold waters of the southern ocean. I have worked with the South Australian government in a research capacity as well as extensive abolone and sea snail experience. Used to working on small craft with only 1-2 others and often in dangerous inshore and offshore conditions in heavy, shark infested waters I am no stranger to long periods (6-8hrs) under water. I am most suited to this type of work and would be a valuable asset to your operation. Please feel free to contact me via email - byrondeak@gmail.com - Thank you

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  19. Hi Wendy,
    My Name is Matt Foy. I worked in Nome last year as a tender and a backup diver off of Tahta, one of Dave McCulley's 10 inch dredge's. I'm interested in working with a new crew this year and would like the opportunity to show you what I'm made of. I will also be PADI certified when I come back up this season . Please contact me via email -Booboofoy@gmail.com

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  20. Who would even consider employing somebody without a Commercial Diving Qualification and at least a few hundred hours of commercial dive time under their belts as a minimum prerequisite!

    Get real sports divers, that means you guys with PADI, NAUI, SSI certifications, YOU ARE NOT QUALIFIED....you are just making yourselves look stupid by writing on here.

    But there again, with the cowboys working out there that I have seen on the TV show, why would you even want to work with those idiots???

    Without a doubt, the biggest bunch of f*($%Ups ever, claiming to be divers.

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  22. hello im marc from holland
    i can you help with digging ,i have a boot with tools and people, i mis the papers and license for to go too your see for digging oure boot is 80 meters long and we have a special machine to get the gold up in the boot we can it make for you ,when you more wont to now than most you contact mee gr marc

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    1. mine a mail is marccuijpers66@hotmail.com

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  24. i would like too dive in the sea for gold and not scared 2 also hard worker need some training but good swimmer also not scared 2 work hard and have good idea of finding gold watch alot of shows on uses finding it call me ready 2 go never late for work and dont like 2 miss days when seasons over ill come back home then return i no i can do it call me i want 2 make u rich and me 2 reply dankilby1@hotmail.com

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  25. I am a german guy, locadet in Germany but always underway in the USA and
    Canada. we was last year in AK and we like this Place to much.
    I have a Diverlicence, made in the Red See in Saudi Arabia years ago !
    I need one week trayning agayn to find back to the professionality in this field .I like to dive in NOME one sisen !
    send my a mail werner-buehner@web.de

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  27. South African West Coast Diamond Dredger. Class3 IMCA Commercial Diver Licence. DAN Nurological Survey Diploma. DAN Oxygen Administrator Diploma. Level 3 diver Rescue certificate. More than 6000 minutes, 8 inch dredging experience, dredging in swells, currents, breakers, zero viz and 5 degree celsius water with wetsuits, no lights and no comms. Experience in shore entry and boat entry dredging. Experience in Rock moving, lifting bags, rigging, jackhammering and SA Sea rescue and maritime rules and regilations. Passport etc ready, just need a VISA. Currently working on a 10 persent commission base, no gold, no pay. Jollasfarms@gmail.com

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  28. Hi I'm a 31 year old living in Australia, Commercially qualified Diver (ADAS part3, Diving Medical Technicion) qualified and experienced to 50m on surface supply, wet bells, zero vis, hotwater suits, operating underwater air-lifts and other hot tools. Single, no kids.
    I would love the oppurtunity to go to Alaska again, and the chance to dive in Nome. Please feel free to contact me at

    Diveninja@hotmail.com

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  30. Hello. My name is Lizzy Smith and I am from Tampa, Florida. I am extremely interested in diving but have no experience....just a superior swimmer since I lived in Florida my entire life. Also have experience swimming in the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Ocean, and Mediterranean Sea...so Alaskan waters will be a piece of cake. I have experience gold pan mining in North Carolina and Tennessee. I am not married and don't have children so I am up for any adventure. :-) I have a BA in Fine Arts so can't use that in today's economy ....usually over qualified for mediocre jobs I apply for....so hoping to snag a job that "draws" from my adventurous and enduring side. My email is the_artist_999@yahoo.com Thanks for your consideration. lol Live, Laugh & Love

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  31. Hi Wendy. I currently live in South - Africa, with a qualification as a Padi Dive Master. I have over a thousand dives under my belt. I am very interested in diving for gold and learning to experience a new adventure. I work extremely well under pressure and never like to fail at what I do. If u would like to get in contact with me please feel free to mail me at antonvanrooyen@iburst.co.za.

    Kind Regards
    Anton van Royden

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  34. Hi. Why don't divers dive when there is no ice?

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  36. Hi there. South african diver with experience on dredging and jackhammering for diamonds. Imca surface supply diver. Thank you. John. John16091981@gmail.com

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  37. 8 years diamond diver and 2 years deep sea dredging. Live in Namibia.100% no go, 150% is my way.

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  38. wow, well im sure you found your guy/girl already .. anyways.. got 6 years diving commercially, bunch of gear, ex military, bunch of certs. doubt ill get this job by responding on a blog.. but.. sure.. youknowmeasbud@gmail.com

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  39. Military Veteran, Certified Divemaster, lots of experience diving/hard hat diving. Would certainly be interested in an opportunity to dive if the position has not been filled. six 0 three 832-3292 -John

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  46. holwerda.inc@gmail.com - experienced surface supplied air diver, work in cold, low visibility, long hours ok, do not complain, do not argue, work and make the best of the worst. Let me know if you need me for 2014. My name is Orlando, I live in California.

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  50. Wendy,
    I am a registered commercial diver, graduate of DIT in Seattle, dark cold water. I have also dived all over the states, Thailand, Egypt etc. I am currently looking at work in Alaska and would like information about your operation. I was also an Army Ranger and enjoy some good hardships.
    islanderkiteboarding@gmail.com if your looking for people get in touch and I can send you a resume.

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  54. My son and I are working year round in the mountains of North Carolina on a Keene 5" dredge, we pump hot water thru the winter months to stay warm work shifts of about 4 to 5 hours. Water depths of 2 to 10 feet in our better creeks. We find gold not on your level but 1/8 to 1/2 an ounce per shift. We would like to visit Nome during the season and work for a short time and learn all we can about how to be successfull there from those who know. reply to mark.driscoll@flowlexusofws.com

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  76. TRUSTED LOAN OFFERJanuary 8, 2014 at 2:21 AM

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  78. JD THOMPSON- COMMERCIAL DIVER/ UNDERWATER WELDER/ TOPSIDE WELDER- LET ME KNOW IF YOU COULDUSE ME IN ANY ASPECT-THANKS

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    1. Are you Jeff wildman Thompson, from FIT

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  80. PADI certified, ARC/MIG welding certified, lots of hours working with heavy equipment as well operating them. From Michigan with lots of ice diving experience. Living in Pensacola, FL. Have my own dive gear and am very comfortable under water. 8 year NAVY Jet Mechanic with mutiple awards for preformance. Very easy to get along with but very attention to detail oriented. Would love the opportunity!

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  83. My name is Simon , I have been diving for 38 years, I became a 3rd class BSAC qualificatin on my 15th birthday, I later trained as a commercial diver (Underwater Tech), can UW weld and cut, NDT, Video, and UW demolition cert, use Air Lift, Chamber sup, Gas Mixing, you name it if it's anything to do with Diving i can do it, I come from England

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  85. My name is Sean and I am a PADI certified rescue diver and I was wondering if you will need help this summer. Please let me know.

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  86. Oh email me at seanfcalvo@gmail.com. Thanks

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  87. Scuba divers are cute n cuddly. I'm a commercial constructiondiver/supervisor on a 160' 4 point vessel in the gulf of mexico. Been diving over 15 years now. Partial interest in the operation out there. I'm a little curious as to what the similarities are between a cold water working dive. and scuba are. Go ahead scubas and get offended. Go deep or go home thanks.

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  91. i dont know anything about dredging or diving, but i can tell you that i am dedicated and i have no attachments, which means i can work my ass off 24 hours a day and stay dedicated for some gold.. im not a quitter, even if we find no gold i will still bust my ass until the end.. i am a former marine from 2003-2007 .. email me at little_haze@hotmail.com

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  93. I am new to this but an extremely hard worker and determined with a strong mind. I am willing to listen and learn. Give me a shot and you won't regret your decision.
    Contact me at donfranco18@msn.com

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  95. Hello, my name is Erik Warren. I am currently attending the CDA technical institute.  I graduate next month with my un restricted dcbc. I will have over 2200 minutes of bottom time upon graduation. I have experience working with many hydraulic, and pneumatic tools while diving. My training also includes a 165 foot dive on air.

    Although I dont have experience as a gold diver, I am a very fast learner, and a hard worker.

    I am very interested in a possible position as a gold diver,  and would like to learn more about your company.

    You can contact me via email: Erikwarrenpro@gmail.com

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  97. Hi there, awesome site. I thought the topics you posted on were very interesting.

    Dredging jobs in chennai

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