HARLEY MARINE SERVICES MULTIPLE POSITIONS AVAILABLE LOCATION: Seattle, WA / LA/Long Beach Harbor, CA / San Francisco Harbor, CA / New York Harbor, NY/ U.S. Gulf Coast / Anchorage, AK
Please apply at: http://www.harleymarine.com/companies-jobs.asp
GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION:
Maintain the vessel's engine room and equipment in a state of readiness to perform work for customers as needed. Perform start up and shut down, troubleshooting, and maintenance of vessel power and propulsion systems. This job includes pulling heavy lines and hoses, working on oil and cargo barges, general vessel maintenance, and other tasks that may be assigned from time to time. Perform work as directed by captain and/or mate of vessel.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
- The job responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
ENGINE ROOM WORK:
- Preventive maintenance and underway repairs on main engines and gears, pumps, motors, plumbing, deck machinery (including towing winch(es)), and auxiliary generator units.
- Perform routine periodic maintenance about tug and on barge as needed.
- Maintain proper liquid levels for tug operations.
- Perform lubrication services.
- Monitor and record operating condition of engine room equipment.
- Maintain daily log with proper readings and times.
- Engine room must be kept clean and ready for operation at all times.
- Wash down engine room weekly and at every decrew.
- Fuel tug.
- Make up all tows as directed by captain or mate.
- Use the radio.
- Knot tying, line/wire splicing, make up and handle heaving lines and messengers.
- Make up and throw heaving lines.
- Properly tie off barge tows.
- Give proper direction and distance signals and information.
- Paint inside and outside of tug on an on-going basis.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Must be able to comprehend and respond and carry out specific orders from the captain or mate.
- Ability to communicate effectively with captain, mate, co-workers, dispatchers, and customers in English
- Ability to learn and make application of safety awareness, injury prevention, and fire fighting
- Carry out essential job responsibilities and duties listed above with a minimum of direction.
- Must be able to understand and use information contained in cargo information cards and material safety data sheets.
- Operate all fire fighting and life saving equipment aboard.
- Electrical systems high (up to 480) and low voltage.
- Hydraulic Systems.
- Proper use of power tools including welding and cutting equipment.
- Must be able to read, speak, and understand English over telephone and/or radio.
EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY USED:
- Work aboard boats and barges using pike poles, heavy lines, winches, mechanical tools for repairs, paint, thinner, paint brushes/rollers, paint chipping tools, cleaning solvents, kitchen utensils/cookware, power cords.
JOB CONDITIONS AND ENVIRONMENT:
- Must be able to work independently and without direct supervision.
- Exposure to all weather conditions (rain, ice, snow, heat, wind, heavy seas, etc.)
- Ability to adapt to a variety of schedules and hours
- Able to work weekends, holidays, and at night. Willing to take call outs.
- Must not be afraid of heights.
- Valid state drivers license.
- Two years previous work experience on marine diesels necessary.
EDUCATION / TRAINING:
- Coast Guard Engineer license preferred.
- Must secure a Coast Guard Merchant Mariners Document within 180 days of hire.
- Must complete fire fighting training within 6 months of hire.
- Must have a valid first aid certificate.
- Must have CPR training.
- Complete HAZWOPER training within 90 days of hire.
- Loading supplies.
- General cleanup of tugs and barges.
- General cooking and galley duties as may be required.
- Fill out material requisitions and work order forms.