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We are building the U.S. Navy’s guided-missile frigate of the future FFG(X), and have hundreds of jobs in nearly every shipbuilding trade and engineering discipline. We plan to build these frigates for the next decade and beyond.
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Fincantieri offers competitive wages, opportunity for advancement, and solid benefits, including paid family medical. The button below will take you to available positions and an online application.
U.S. NAVY PARTNER
Fincantieri Marinette Marine is among the Nation’s premier shipyards and has been a proud partner with the United States Navy since 1943. With expansive climate-controlled facilities, computerized manufacturing equipment, and America’s finest shipbuilding team, Fincantieri has become a shipbuilding powerhouse—skilled in the serial production of Navy warships and U.S. Coast Guard vessels.
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WHY WORK WITH US
Fincantieri offers competitive wages, opportunity for advancement, and solid benefits. The button below will take you to available positions and an online application.
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Fincantieri Marine Group is the U.S. subsidiary of Italian enterprise Fincantieri, one of the world’s largest shipbuilders, a company employing 19,000 shipbuilding professionals in 20 shipyards on five continents. Fincantieri has a rich history dating back more than 234 years and has built more than 7,000 ships.
Fincantieri Marine Group is comprised of three Great Lakes shipyards:
Fincantieri Marinette Marine is quickly becoming the center of excellence for small surface combatants, as they are building the U.S. Navy’s future guided-missile frigate, as well as the Freedom-class Littoral Combat Ship;
Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding, specialists in construction, repair and conversion of USCG and commercial vessels, including ATBs and OSVs; and,
Fincantieri ACE Marine, an aluminum construction facility and builder of the Response Boat-Medium for the USCG, as well as specializing in the design and construction high speed coastal intercept and patrol vessels.