2nd Assistant Engineer
HMS Global Maritime - Memphis, TN
At long last, returning to America's waterways. Known as the largest steamboat in the world, the travel theMississippi River and its surrounding tributaries. Offering vacations filled with nostalgia, history, romance and adventure, visitors will delight aboard this truly remarkable steamboatin' experience.
looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual for the position of 2nd Assistant Engineer. The ideal candidate for this position will be responsible for the following job duties (this list is not all inclusive but meant to be a preview of the expectations of this position).
Operate and maintain marine boilers and mechanical equipment such as steam heaters, motors, and pumps to provide power and utilities such as propulsion, light, heat and power for vessel by performing the following essential functions.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS – the following are essential functions of the job but are not all-inclusive.
Stand fire room watch during specified periods, observing that required water levels are maintained in boilers within acceptable limits and oil and grease cups are kept full
Oversee fuel loading and transfers
Supervise Fireman while reading meters and gauges or automatic recording devices at specified intervals to verify operating conditions
Record data such as temperature of equipment, hours of operation, fuel consumed, pressure, water levels and boiler load balance
Adjust manual controls or overrides automatic controls to bring equipment into recommended or prescribed operating ranges; switch to back-up equipment or systems, or to shut down equipment
Visually inspects equipment at periodic intervals to detect malfunctions or need for repair, adjustment or lubrication
Repair machinery using hand and/or power tools
Perform other routine duties
Perform any duties and tasks as deemed necessary by the 1st Assistant Engineer
Travel & Schedule Work shall be performed onboard the vessel, American Queen, on a rotation of “30 days on/30 days off”; crew shall live aboard the vessel and may be required to work up to 12 hour days during their rotation. Travel shall be provided for crew travel to/from the vessel.
Offers a comprehensive benefits package for eligible crewmembers and their dependents. Length of service, hours worked and other factors determine eligibility. Benefits include, Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, AD&D, Short Term Disability, 401 K and Educational Assistance.
To apply for this position please visit our website at www.greatamericansteamboatcompany.com. Please attach any licenses and certifications to the application
Port Captain Job
Location: Houma, LA, US
The Port Captain will be responsible for a group of vessels, as directed by the Sr. Port Captain, and will serve as the primary liaison between vessel management and shore side personnel.
Tug/Barge Mate at Tug/barge Mate in Wisconsin
Junior Mate or Senior Mate Pay rate $26-31 hourly Qualified applicants must possess: A current and valid TWIC A Valid MMC A TOAR or towing endorsement for firstname.lastname@example.org
DECK ENGINEER OR DESIGNATED DUTY ENGINEER
SS Ocean Phoenix, a 680' steam turbine fish processing ship. In addition to licensed steam engineers we employ two deck engineers. The Deck Engineer is responsible for assistance with ship maintenance and repair in accordance with the ISM and our safety management system. We are looking for a Deck Engineer with strong diesel experience.
The Ocean Phoenix has a crew complement of 220 of which 15 are in the Engineering Department. Crew rotations vary. The ship is at sea 6-8 months per year and the work hours are 12 hours on and 12 hours off, 7 days per week. Work is also available in port while the SS Ocean Phoenix is moored at Pier 90 in Seattle.
Work is available now in port or when the ship leaves Seattle in late May for the summer fishery.
Essential functions include:
Generators and switch gear -- troubleshooting, repair & maintenance
Winches -- maintenance and repair
Cranes -- maintaining 4 deck cranes
Water Makers - operate and maintain system
Pumps - operate and maintain
Work on other machinery and equipment as assigned
Maintenance and repair documentation as necessary
Pay is a guaranteed daily rate or crewshare, whichever is greater. Health benefits provided after 6 months employment. 401k offered after 1 year. Travel to and from the ship is company paid with the exception of international flights.
More information about the company and the ship is available on the Premier Pacific Seafoods website.
If you are interested, please forward your resume including details of any current USCG licenses and/or documents that you hold.
SES, LLC -- Wireline, a Superior Energy Services Company, for more than 40 years, Superior Energy Services' Wireline division has set the standard for quality, reliability and technical knowledge. Our team of professionals is dedicated to improving solutions that enhance Superior's customers' well production. The depth of knowledge and experience around the wireline division is unmatched in the industry. Superior's wireline equipment and tools comprise one of the largest and best-maintained inventories in the United States. Superior Energy Services and its subsidiaries are EEO/AA employers.
Superior Energy Services is seeking a Boat Captain/Slickline Assistant to join their team.
In full charge of all vessel operations and will instruct the deckhands on the proper and safe operations of the Vessel. Under certain circumstances, the boat captain may have the responsibilities of a Slickline Assistant.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Handles the operation of the crane when loading and/or unloading the vessel.
Will instruct the deckhands on proper maintenance of the vessel.
Operates the vessel in the jack-up and jack-down mode and while underway.
Assists the deckhands in any major repairs to the vessel.
Makes sure all equipment on the deck of the vessel is positioned and secured properly to ensure the equipment will not shift if the vessel should list.
Responsible for being aware of all weather/sea conditions that may affect the movement of a vessel.
The captain is responsible for ensuring that all required training is current at all times.
The boat captain is responsible for attending all safety related meetings and follows all safety regulations and guidelines as defined by Superior or its customers.
Assist the Wireline Operator in all aspects of the job, from rigging up equipment, installing equipment onto the x-mas tree
Make up lubricator together to proper length to run service tools
Assist the Operator with the installing of the wireline valve.
Open x-mas tree and begin wireline operators by turning valve handles
Assist with the rigging down of equipment
Requires valid US Coast Guard Captain's License -- up to 100 Gross Tons with Near Coastal sublicense/endorsement
Ability to work a "24 hour on call" schedule
A minimum of one to three years oilfield experience and/or training preferred.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Current wireline practices and technology used in the oil and gas industry
Current practices, equipment, materials, and supplies used in the Wireline services business
Knowledge of machines and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance
Building and maintaining positive customer relationships, internal or external
Leading, directing, and mentoring individuals to accomplish common goals
Accurately complete/maintain necessary reports/records in a timely and legible manner, according to applicable procedures and/or work order
Knowledgeable of applicable U.S. Coast Guard Rules and regulations
Must have the ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals
Excellent Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, Life, Matching 401(k), Employee Stock Purchase Plan
100 Ton Master
Iberia Marine Services
Apply to: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Servicing the Oil and Gas Industry Iberia Marine Service, LLC is a New Iberia, Louisiana based marine transportation company which operates a fleet of fast crew boats that service the oil and gas industry in the Gulf of Mexico. Our vessels are conveniently located in all major ports of operation supporting all areas and the needs our customer. We employ qualified and safety oriented captains and deckhands that give extra attention to customer service. Where other companies lack the effort and determination to get the job done safely, Iberia Marine Service exceeds customer expectations.
Mission Statement: Iberia Marine Service, LLC is family owned and operated marine transportation company based out of New Iberia, Louisiana. Iberia Marine Service maintains superiority over other marine transportation companies by keeping one of the best maintained fleets in operation in the Gulf of Mexico while providing safe and unparalleled customer service.
Job Description of Captain: From the time the Captain assumes command until the time he is relieved of command he is responsible for the safe, efficient operation and maintenance of the vessel. The safety and conduct of the crew and passengers, and prompt, "First Class" service to the company leasing the boat. He is encouraged and expected to develop a sense of "team spirit" in his crew, and to be cooperative and pleasant with all the employees and personnel of the chartered. He gives guidance and direction to crew members and ensures that they comply with all IMS regulations and perform their duties efficiently and safely. The Captain is authorized to discipline, and if necessary, discharge crew members for poor work performance and/or infractions of IMS regulations and/or safety procedures. In exercising this authority, the Captain is expected to act reasonably, justly and without prejudice. The Captain reports to the office on all matters pertaining to the operation and maintenance of the vessel and the performance and well being of the crew. He keeps the office informed at all time of incidents, accidents, problems, etc. pertaining to the vessel, the crew, the passengers, and/or the personnel of the vessel's chartered.
Must be a permanent U.S. Citizen
Must speak clearly and English must be your first language
Must pass a drug screen and physical
Must have a clean and valid driver's license for the past 5 years
Must have your own reliable transportation
Must get along well with others
Must work a 28/14 hitch
Must hold a USCG 100Ton near coastal Master Vessel License
Must currently live in the U.S.
Location: Along the Gulf Coast
Compensation: To be discussed at an interview
Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
Able Body Seaman
Location: Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands Date Posted: 04-30-12
GENERAL SUMMARY OF POSITION:
Work on and maintain assigned vessel during normal work to include being in charge of RMI deckhands when performing multi person tasks.
Job Title:Master, Hopper Dredge, WJ-5782-16
Departmentepartment of the Army
Agency:U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Job Announcement Number:WTHE12658178651613R
Job Title: Captain
Job Location: Davisville, RI
Job Description: Operate Sea Tow Commercial Assistance towing vessels in Narragansett Bay, Block Island Sound and Rhode Island Sound. Seasonal, full and part time. Flexible schedules.
Qualifications: Minimum USCG Sixpack license with Commercial Assistance Towing endorsement and a valid TWIC. Good boat handling skills.
Compensation: Based on Experience
Contact Information: Captain Kevin Scott at SeaTowRI@msn.com or call 401-294-2360
Job Title: Captain
Job Location: Boston
Job Description: Incumbent should be a responsible USCG licensed captain who is willing and able to work in support of the annual Boston Light Tours contract UMass Boston has with Boston Harbor Island Alliance acting on behalf of the National Park Service. Perform routine maintenance and passenger services. Duties include, but are not limited to: safe vessel tie up to docks, piers, ships and moorings; positive communication with client crew; passenger embarkation/debarkation safety and operation; maintenance; repair and modification of related equipment such as pumps, lines and hoses. Ability to work in all types of weather conditions and be available during off-hours. Candidate will also be available to work as needed in support of other UMass Boston Marine Operation programming. Examples of Duties 1. Safe operation, cleaning, and general up of the M/V Columbia Point. 2. Grease, lube and maintenance of the pumping systems. 3. Maintain accurate logs and records. 4. Interacts with University and Non-University customers in a professional manner. 5. Maintain a friendly, positive, and cooperative work environment with staff and students. 6. Supervises up to 3 deckhands
Qualifications: 1. Current and valid 100 Ton USCG Masters License with FCC License and valid TWIC card. 2. Previous dock/marina experience preferred. 3. Willing to work remotely with little direct supervision. 4. Ability to lift, carry, and move heavy objects and/or equipment. 5. Ability to take and adhere to instructions. 6. Small boat handling skills, passenger vessel experience a plus. 7. Ability to establish and maintain harmonious working relationship with others.
Contact Information: email@example.com 617.287.5404
Job Title: Deckhand
Job Location: Hingham , MA
Job Description: Deckhand on a commuter and whale watching vessel • Perform Engine Room checks as directed, and secure vessel for safe underway operations. • Conduct daily upkeep and cleaning of vessel. • Maintain vessel cleanliness.by performing daily wash down, vacuuming, and general cleaning. lines. • Perform emergency/contingency functions as directed by Captain.
Qualifications: Must be self moitvated. Able to lift up to 50lbs. Should be a team player. Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screening.
Compensation: based on experience
Contact Information: Stephen Deschenes Operation Manager Boston Harbor Cruises (781)749-8009 Sdeschenes@Bostonharborcruises.com
Servicio Marina Superior Now Hiring: Offshore tug captains, mates & li- censed engineers, Captains/Mates min 500 ton license w/tow- ing endorsement re- quired. Engineers 4,000 HP DDE or larger license re- quired. Competitive pay & benefits. Apply in person or send re- sume to SMS-Servicio Marina Superior, 9164 Hwy. 182, Morgan City, LA 70380.
Adriatic Marine: Exp.
Port Captain for off-
shore supply boat
company taking re-
sumes & applications.
Fax resume to 985-
537-9390 or call 985-
to operate new build
Minimum 200 Ton
License with towing
Experience a must
Top pay and benefits
Apply in person at:
Smith Marine Towing
1116 Jackson Road
Amelia, LA 70340...
A Watch Engineer assigned to work on a Hydraulic Suction Dredge is responsible for all of the mechanical and electrical equipment, motors, pumps and engines onboard the vessel. Often works alongside the Chief Engineer on a project when repairs are needed. Performs many routine tasks such as hooking up hoses, cleaning up, and assisting with fuel transfer operations. Will assist the Chief Engineer and other crew members when conducting repairs or performing routine maintenance. Makes periodic checks and visually inspects equipment such as: engines, motors, pumps, batteries, gauges and valves. Will maintain logs regarding the overall performance of the dredge's equipment by monitoring various computer devices, meters, gauges and valves. May occasionally lift and carry miscellaneous equipment, supplies and parts generally weighing 51 to 75 lbs.
Commitment to work safely and follow all safety policies and procedures
Complete a pre-employment physical examination and drug screen
Transportation to and from jobsite
Willingness to work a rotating shift schedule
TWIC card is required
Complete application on-line.
Upload resume (optional) and a copy of USCG License, Merchant Mariner Document, STCW certificate, or TWIC card if applicable to position.
Great Lakes will only contact applicants who are invited to participate further in the selection process. Please do not contact Human Resources regarding the status of the position or your application.
Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company is an equal opportunity employer.
MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND (MSC) - CAREER INFORMATION FAIR Thursday, 10 May 2012, 10:00am - 2:00pm (CASCADE ROOM - Basement Level)
Recruiter from Military Sealift Command will be at WorkSource Kitsap to present opportunities in a seagoing career. Employer offers On The Job training, top pay and federal benefits. If you are looking for a career opportunity that offers on-the-job training, career advancement, steady pay, Federal benefits, state-of-the-art work environments and excellent living accommodations, take a close look at Military Sealift Command.
Job Title: Mates
Job Location: American Steamship Company
Job Description: American Steamship Company has immediate Mate openings on our newest vessel
Qualifications: valid TWIC· A Valid MMC· A TOAR or towing endorsement for < 1600 tons· A current Mate’s license Ideal candidates will have some familiarity with the Great Lakes ( preferred but not required) Applicants must be able to: · Pass a USCG719K physical· Pass a pre-employment DOT 5 panel drug screen· Or · Provide a letter of exemption four DOT drug testing in a random program· Be able to legally enter Canada
Compensation: A current and Rates are Junior Mate: $210.34 per 8 hour day or Senior Mate $ 248.63 per 8 hour day Overtime is payable at 1 and one half the hourly rateOvertime is payable after 8 hours per day and after 40 hours per weekOne paid vacation day is earned for each two days workedAn annual 10% bonus is payable if one completes at least 45 continuous days prior to the end of the season and has not refused work/quit or was terminated The candidate is entitled to 2 vacations of 30 days per year – more and less depends on availability of relief There is clerical pay of 4 hours at the overtime rate per month based on 30.5 day month Wages increase Aug 1, 2102
Contact Information: Those interested should contact Kathy at: Kathy Elinski Manager, Human Resources AMERICAN STEAMSHIP COMPANYand its wholly owned subsidiaries Office 716-635-1346Fax to 716-635-1357Cell # 716-923-3457
Temporary Research Vessel Crewmember
Carteret County, NC
(Note: This is a Temporary 5 month (40 hour week) May - September position) Duties and responsibilities for the temporary R/V crewmember include: Routine maintenance such as scraping, chipping, sanding, and painting; Washing down and cleaning vessel and equipment; Handling lines and deck labor; Minor repairs to vessel and heavy equipment; Operation and maintenance of dump trucks and heavy equipment such as track and wheel driven front end loaders, cranes, and forklifts; Helm watches including relieving the captain while vessel is in open water; must be able to follow a predetermined course.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies:
Experience with vessel operations and general deck hand work. Experience with operation and maintenance of heavy trucks and equipment. Experience in cutting and welding metal. Basic knowledge of diesel engine operation and maintenance.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
Completion of grammar school and three years of experience in fishing activities similar to those conducted on research vessels operated by the state of North Carolina; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Supplemental and Contact Information:
To apply for this position, please click APPLY link above. All relevant experience must be included on application to receive proper credit. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of the state application. Persons eligible for veteran preference must submit a copy of Form DD-214. DENR uses the Merit-Based Recruitment and Selection Plan to fill positions subject to the State Personnel Act with the most qualified applicants. When a salary range is posted, the actual salary will be based on relevant competencies, knowledge, skills and abilities, internal equity and budgetary considerations pertinent to the advertised position. The State of North Carolina is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For additional information, please contact: Mitzi Barr at 252 808 8003