The Maritime Job Leads Thread


#2641

Samson Tug & Barge, Sitka, AK is looking for a licensed mate. Rotation is generally 6 weeks on/6 weeks off year-round. Travel is paid from Seattle. Vessel is on a scheduled run towing container barges from Seattle-Sitka-Kodiak-Seward-Valdez-Cordova-King Cove-Dutch Harbor and return. The vessel is generally on the western end of the run. Mates work cargo (lashing containers) while in port. Boat has a full time cook

The company is a small, family owned outfit that owns one tug and four barges. I worked for them for three years, and they treated me well.

For further information or to submit a resume, contact port captain Wally Stilson walterstilson@samsontug.com

You can also look at their website www.samsontug.com


#2642

Dann Marine Towing is looking for engineers. Www.dannmarine.com


#2643

Dann marine hahaha working for ole Robert


#2644

[QUOTE=riverrat;82558]Dann marine hahaha working for ole Robert[/QUOTE]

Once you figured out the office dynamic and how to deal with them, things started making sense and it wasn’t all that bad. The day rate wasn’t that great and the benefits could have been better but I at least felt somewhat protected by Robert from the rest of the office weenies.


#2645

I have spent my fair amount of time working on the deck side of Dann. I explained it to a friend who recently applied. If you are starving and can’t find any other possible job. Then apply to Dann
Walking in their office and quitting was quite possibly the best day I ever worked there


#2646

http://jobview.monster.com/getjob.aspx?jobid=114304469&WT

Captains and Deckhands
About the Job
Captains and Deckhands Buds Boat Rental is Accepting Applications for Tugboat and Crewboat captains and deckhands. Must have a towing endorsement for Captain on Tugboat. TWIC card required for all positions. Call 985-873-6111


#2647

[QUOTE=chile caliente;82690]http://jobview.monster.com/getjob.aspx?jobid=114304469&WT

Captains and Deckhands
About the Job
Captains and Deckhands Buds Boat Rental is Accepting Applications for Tugboat and Crewboat captains and deckhands. Must have a towing endorsement for Captain on Tugboat. TWIC card required for all positions. Call 985-873-6111[/QUOTE]

Where do you get all these job postings?


#2648

It shows on his Link!!! : Monster. Also go to Indeed job search… What’s the matter with people… It’s not hard to find anything you want with a computer these days…


#2649

Deep breaths. The crew boat will be here soon…


#2650

Haha, time for some b3 rjbpilot? (thats beach, beer and broads)


#2651

Wheelhouse, Engineering, Deck, and Engine Room Personnel
North Bank Towing - Houma, LA
North Bank Towing a

division of Odyssea

Marine, Inc is now

accepting applications

for Vanuatu flagged

Supply vessel. Vessel

will be working in the

waters of the Gulf of

Mexico. All personnel

must have or be eligible

to receive Vanuatu

documentation. Wheel

house personnel

(masters and mates)

must have a valid

STCW 95 rating of II/2

and have or be able to

obtain Vanuatu general

operator certificate IV/2;

must have valid license

1600t oceans or better

and have a valid

GMDSS radio license.

Engineering personnel

must have valid STCW

95 rating of III/2 with

valid Chief Engineer

license of at least 5,000

hp or greater. Deck

personnel must have

valid STCW95 rating of

II/4 and engine room

personnel must have

STCW95 rating of III/4,

AB documentation or

OS documentation for

deck and Oiler/

motorman

documentation for

engine room is a must.

Please visit our website

www.northbanktowing.com

or call 888-999-6282

and ask for Judy

Kimball for more

information.


#2652

100 & 200 Ton Masters of Towing
Central Boat Rentals - Houma, LA
Central Boat Rentals

Now Hiring

100 & 200 Ton

Masters Of Towing

Inland and Offshore

Apply at:
1640 River Road,

Berwick, LA

or call 985-384-8200

ask for Tom.

tom@centralboat.com

Full benefit Package,

flexible schedules,

Safety Bonus,

Holiday Pay, New

Rates!
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#2653

https://nrcc.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/517/Vessel-Manager-NRC-Quest-Astoria-ORAstoria-Oregon

Vessel Manager - NRC Quest (Astoria, OR)
National Response Corporation - Astoria, OR 97103
Job Description:
Position Opening Available Vessel Manager Astoria, OR NRC is a west coast company specializing in environmental and hazardous waste management contracting services. The company has enjoyed steady growth since its inception in 1982 and provides services from a network of ten offices located in California, Oregon and Washington. Our clientele is comprised of a balanced mix of private and public sector businesses, with predominance towards the industrial manufacturing, transportation, department of defense and utility marketplaces. PRIMARY PURPOSE Overall responsibility for all duties associated with the Management of the NRC QUEST located in the Pacific NW while moored and underway. Respond to spills and environmental emergencies. “On Call” to respond to marine casualty and oil spill incidents 24/7 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Maintain the vessel in a state of readiness for
Spill Response as well as Marine Charter
Maintain all equipment in good working order
Insure that the vessel is clean, orderly, will
stocked with supplies and spare parts at all times
Maintain budget for vessel, shipyard, repairs and
stores
Maintain a good working relationship with Federal,
State and local private organizations within the industry.
Work directly with the USCG and ABS to maintain the
vessel in regulatory compliance
Monitor the working habits of all personnel aboard
the vessel
Provide direct communications between the NRC QUEST
and NW Management concerning operations, repair and safety
Insure the safety of the Crew, Equipment, Visitors
and the Vessel at all times
Provide direct communications and vessel information
to potential and current Marine Charter customers for the vessel
Performance of other duties as assigned
Job Requirements:
Qualified candidates will generally have at least a
high school diploma or equivalent.
USCG 100 Gross Ton Masters License endorsed for Near
Coastal with Radar Endorsement. ARPA, STCW, certificates and Tankerman / PIC with 4 years of Sea Service on similar vessels.
At least 1 year in Coastwise and Ocean service
sailing as Master or Vessel Operator of vessels greater then 85 gross tons.
Must be familiar with Oil Transfer procedures.
Must be able to Travel Internationally and be away
from home port for extended periods of time.
Must be able to communicate well in both verbal and
written word and be proficient in the use of the computer in all aspects of communication.
Must have extensive experience and skills in the
maintenance and repair of marine engines as well as on board machinery and systems Successful completion of a pre-employment background and substance screening process including, but not limited to, employment verifications, criminal search and Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) search as well continued verifications throughout employment to ensure that all records meet company policy standards. NRC offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical/dental, 401k, tuition reimbursement, vacation and paid holidays. Salary dependent upon experience and credentials. NRC is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, uniform service member status, marital status, pregnancy, age, protected medical condition, genetic information, disability or any other protected status in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws. Division/Department : NRC West Req. Code : 517


#2654

Port Captain
American Marine Corporation - Los Angeles, CA
Location: Los Angeles, CA American Marine Corporation Salary: based on experience Contact:Megan Keane Status: Full Time Address: 1500 S Barracuda St Job Level: Mid Career Terminal Island, CA 90731 USA Phone: 310-547-0919 Fax: 310-547-0031 Email: megan@amarinecorp.com

URL: www.amarinecorp.com CALL OR SEND EMAIL TO EMPLOYER

Job Description:REQUIREMENTS:
This is a management position responsible to ensure vessels are crewed, operated and maintained in accordance with regulatory requirements, company standards, and customer expectations. It may involve travel to multiple locations with extended stays away from the homeport. This person will: implement standard procedures and guidelines for the operation of a safe and environmentally sound fleet; ensure all vessel personnel comply with regulatory training requirements; assist in the development and adherence of the operational budgets, investigate vessel damage, product spills, and personal injuries; Ensure all appropriate authorized and company personnel are notified and that proper documentation is completed accurately; supervise licensed and unlicensed personnel, and crew management development. They will inspect vessels to ensure seaworthy condition and arrange for maintenance and repair activities to correct any deficiencies; arranges for coordination of assist tugs, pilots and crew care as necessary; provide technical expertise for specialized jobs in the field. Direct supervision of union vessel personnel.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Works outside in conditions of both hot and cold temperatures as well as inside in an office environment. Must be able to crouch and stoop to get into areas with restricted headroom, to climb ladders and to lift and carry 50-75 lbs. Exposed to odors, dust, dirt, mechanical hazards, high noise levels and potentially hazardous equipment. Ability to board vessels in rough weather and sea conditions. Long hours, ability to travel, weekend duties and 24-hour “on-call” status are essential job requirements. Must comply with all work rules, including those that pertain to safety and health.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS:
High School Diploma or GED, College Degree preferred At least 5 years experience as an Ocean Tug Captain

Megan Keane Area Manager American Marine Corporation 1500 S. Barracuda Street, Berth 270/271 L.A. Terminal Island, CA 90731 Ph: (310) 547-0919 Fx: (310) 547-0031 Cell: (310) 345-4294 Email: megan@amarinecorp.com


#2655

100 Ton Captains, Mates & Deckhands
Louisiana Marine Towing, LLC - Houma, LA
LOUISIANA MARINE TOWING, LLC

Now Taking

Applications

100 Ton Captains,

Mates & Deckhands

Inshore–14 & 7 Shifts

Call 985-798-7805

or e-mail:
cyd@lamarinetowing.com

Benefits:
Insurance and 401K

Must be able to pass

physical & drug screen

Captains must having

towing endorsement

E.O.E.
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#2656

TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OF
Title: DECKHAND -FERRYBOAT-
Salary: $2,687.00 - $3,075.00
Posted: 09/27/12
Job Description:
Under direction incumbent performs duties to assist in the operation of ferryboat. Willingness to undertake hazardous assignments, agility and physical strength, courtesy and tact. Assists in loading and unloading motor vehicles and passengers, guards the lead line to prevent passengers from going beyond it, handles lines for mooring vessel to wharves, assists in enforcing regulations, participates in lifeboat and fire drills, performs routine cleaning and painting work in maintaining decks, cabins, lifeboats and life preserver equipment.
Transfers may be made to classifications, or ranges in a classification, with the same salary range as an employee’s current salary range. Please note: Possession of minimum qualifications will be verified prior to interview and/or appointment.

Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
DECKHAND FERRYBOAT 904 - 690 - 6968 - XXX
Location County
RIO VISTA - EAST BAY REGION CONTRA COSTA
Timebase Tenure
Full Time Permanent month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
Until Filled http://www.dot.ca.gov
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
Caltrans East Bay Region
600 Lewelling Blvd.
San Leandro, CA 94579 Jackie Salazar
(510) 614-5942

Special Requirements:
Must pass Drug-screening test


#2657

Captains and Deckhands
Carline Companies - Houma, LA 70360
Seeking Captains & Deckhands

Call 225-343-1951 or

Apply online @

www.carlinecompanies.com

Experience and

TWIC a must
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#2658

Wiper
United Maritime Group - Tampa, FL
US United Ocean Services, an equal opportunity employer, based out of Tampa, FL is seeking a WIPER positoin for the Ship fleet.

This Entry level position reports to the Fleet Engineering Department. Responsible for maintaining cleanliness of engineering spaces and assisting other Engineering Department personnel as needed.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Janitorial duties to ensure that a safe, clean and pollution-free environment is maintained. 2. Ensure that tools, parts and equipment stowage is maintained in a neat, clean and secure manner. 3. Prepare and paint interior and exterior spaces as required for maintenance and upkeep of assigned spaces. 4. Assist Engineering personnel in the repair and maintenance of machinery and equipment. 5. Other duties as assigned by the licensed Engineers. 6. Maintain a positive team spirit to produce a more efficient unit.

ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Attend training programs as required by the position. Study and train to be oriented towards professional proficiency and attainment of QMED endorsement.

JOB RELATED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
 Teamwork  Analysis (Problem Identification)  Safety Leadership  Planning and Organizing (Work Management  Technical/Professional Knowledge  Ability to Learn  Judgment (Problem Solution)  Oral Communication  Initiative  Commitment to Excellence (Work Standards)  Attention to Detail  Motivational Fit  Adaptability

TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF POSITION:
Strength: Lifting, pushing and pulling. Exert force to 60 lbs. occasionally, 40 lbs. frequently and 15 lbs. constantly. Lift bags, boxes and other supplies and parts. Pull mooring lines and wires. Sitting: Remain in a seated position for up to 6 hours. Standing: Remain standing, moving within the navigation bridge, for up to 6 hours. Climbing: Ascend and descend vertical ladders and pigeonholes up to 40 feet. Work at elevations. Handling: Handle tools, parts and test instruments used to service and maintain marine engine and auxiliary systems. Agility: Walk on moving vessels carrying weight to 50 lbs., maintain balance on moving deck at sea. Also able to squat, stoop and crawl. Vision: Correctable to 20/40. No color blindness; distinguish red, green and amber lights. Hearing: Must be able to hear whistle signals from other vessels, radios and onboard emergency alarms. Heat: Work in hot environments (up to 130 degrees for 30 minutes).

QUALIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION: High School diploma or equivalency.

OTHER: USCG Merchant Mariner’s Document endorsed as “Wiper”. TWIC card, and Passport.

MUST MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE USCG GUIDELINES AS IT RELATES TO NVIC-08 MEDICAL. MUST MEET STRENGTH RATING REQUIREMENTS AS PART OF PRE-EMPLOYMENT PHYSICAL. FEDERAL LAW MAY LIMIT EMPLOYMENT OF NON-US CITIZENS IN CERTAIN SHIPBOARD POSITIONS. US United Ocean Services, an equal opportunity employer, based out of Tampa, FL is seeking a WIPER positoin for the Ship fleet.

This Entry level position reports to the Fleet Engineering Department. Responsible for maintaining cleanliness of engineering spaces and assisting other Engineering Department personnel as needed.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Janitorial duties to ensure that a safe, clean and pollution-free environment is maintained. 2. Ensure that tools, parts and equipment stowage is maintained in a neat, clean and secure manner. 3. Prepare and paint interior and exterior spaces as required for maintenance and upkeep of assigned spaces. 4. Assist Engineering personnel in the repair and maintenance of machinery and equipment. 5. Other duties as assigned by the licensed Engineers. 6. Maintain a positive team spirit to produce a more efficient unit.

ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Attend training programs as required by the position. Study and train to be oriented towards professional proficiency and attainment of QMED endorsement.

JOB RELATED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
 Teamwork  Analysis (Problem Identification)  Safety Leadership  Planning and Organizing (Work Management  Technical/Professional Knowledge  Ability to Learn  Judgment (Problem Solution)  Oral Communication  Initiative  Commitment to Excellence (Work Standards)  Attention to Detail  Motivational Fit  Adaptability

TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF POSITION:
Strength: Lifting, pushing and pulling. Exert force to 60 lbs. occasionally, 40 lbs. frequently and 15 lbs. constantly. Lift bags, boxes and other supplies and parts. Pull mooring lines and wires. Sitting: Remain in a seated position for up to 6 hours. Standing: Remain standing, moving within the navigation bridge, for up to 6 hours. Climbing: Ascend and descend vertical ladders and pigeonholes up to 40 feet. Work at elevations. Handling: Handle tools, parts and test instruments used to service and maintain marine engine and auxiliary systems. Agility: Walk on moving vessels carrying weight to 50 lbs., maintain balance on moving deck at sea. Also able to squat, stoop and crawl. Vision: Correctable to 20/40. No color blindness; distinguish red, green and amber lights. Hearing: Must be able to hear whistle signals from other vessels, radios and onboard emergency alarms. Heat: Work in hot environments (up to 130 degrees for 30 minutes).

QUALIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION: High School diploma or equivalency.

OTHER: USCG Merchant Mariner’s Document endorsed as “Wiper”. TWIC card, and Passport.

MUST MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE USCG GUIDELINES AS IT RELATES TO NVIC-08 MEDICAL. MUST MEET STRENGTH RATING REQUIREMENTS AS PART OF PRE-EMPLOYMENT PHYSICAL. FEDERAL LAW MAY LIMIT EMPLOYMENT OF NON-US CITIZENS IN CERTAIN SHIPBOARD POSITIONS.


#2659

Dann Marine is a stepping stone company. My favorite day at Danns was also when I quit. The crew on those boats are a bunch of back stabbing women in which one per boat knows what they are doing, the pay is below average, and you really never know when you will be relieved. Like I said, its a stepping stone company. Good luck!


#2660

Urgently looking for an ROV operator for a 30 day job in the Gulf of Mexico starting [B]this Wednesday[/B]. Drop me an email at rob@gcaptain.com for more info.