AB Deckhand - Harley Marine New York - Brooklyn, NY


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HARLEY MARINE NEW YORKA Harley Marine Services CompanyJob Title: *AB DeckhandDepartment/Location:New Jersey/New York HarborFLSA Status: Non-ExemptType: *Full TimeReports to: Operations Supervisor/Port CaptainPlease apply at: https://careers-harleymarine.icims.com/jobs/1264/ab-deckhand/jobPOSITION

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[QUOTE=gCaptain Jobs;172915]HARLEY MARINE NEW YORKA Harley Marine Services CompanyJob Title: *AB DeckhandDepartment/Location:New Jersey/New York HarborFLSA Status: Non-ExemptType: *Full TimeReports to: Operations Supervisor/Port CaptainPlease apply at: https://careers-harleymarine.icims.com/jobs/1264/ab-deckhand/jobPOSITION

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Just curious. I know that Harley is non Union in Seattle, but dont they have a union in NY? If so, why would they be advertising for an AB in New York instead of just posting the job at the union hall?


#3

Does anyone know what kind of hitches Harley in NY does? 14/14?


#4

Fourteen and fourteen.


#5

They are siu


#6

[QUOTE=Tugted;172959]They are siu[/QUOTE]

They are paying a little on the low side in Seattle. What are their SIU wages in NY? It’s a union contract so it should not be a secret.


#7

Mates were high 6’s last time I checked, IIRC. Nothing to complain about.

DEFINITELY NOT recruiting top talent though, at least on deck.


#8

Offshore or harbor tugs


#9

Nope nor in the wheelhouse.


#10

Mates at Harley new york are getting high 6’s per day? Thats real good considering most of the barges i see them moving are on the smaller side like around 50k barrels.


#11

[QUOTE=acesouthcoast;173056]Mates at Harley new york are getting high 6’s per day? Thats real good considering most of the barges i see them moving are on the smaller side like around 50k barrels.[/QUOTE]

I don’t know what Harley does in NY, but on the West Coast they are primarily a bunkering operation that is just trying to break into ship docking, and ATBs. They have a few outside line haul wire tugs.

What does Harley do in NY?


#12

As far as I know they do bunkering work and local barge shifts around the port of new york/new jersey. Not sure if they do any coastal towing in the north east but i know they dont do any ship assist. Moran/mcallister have that work all sewn up. I notice theyre always looking for help and i saw the new ATB they built last year. It looks pretty funky.


#13

[QUOTE=acesouthcoast;173063]As far as I know they do bunkering work and local barge shifts around the port of new york/new jersey. Not sure if they do any coastal towing in the north east but i know they dont do any ship assist. Moran/mcallister have that work all sewn up. I notice theyre always looking for help and i saw the new ATB they built last year. It looks pretty funky.[/QUOTE]

I have not seen the new Harley ATB (aren’t there two of them now). I hear that its a poorly designed, cheaply built, uncomfortable, big disappointment.

They have a line haul boat in the Gulf. For a while they were advertising for crew and calling it an ATB, but it’s just a regular wire tug with push gear.


#14

it was either 575 or 675. It used to be in their ads. Not bad either way considering the barrier for entry is pretty low.

They have a newer 80k bbl barge that leaves NY to go around the northeast with the Brooklyn, a former HOS boat. From my observations, give them a wide berth.


#15

Oh yeah. They aren’t very good.


#16

Another old Harley thread


#17

Most of the Harley companies are union with the exception Harley Marine Gulf. Harley Marine NY is SIU as far as I know. Pay scale varies by location as well as travel benefits.