The Maritime Job Leads Thread


#2681

Marine Technician Supervisor - Antarcticafor Lockheed Martin in Centennial, CO
AB-Unlimited minimum requirements

http://www.job.com/my.job/jobdisplay/page=jobview/pt=2/key=137776675/


#2682

Ensco 2nd Mate DPO
https://ensco.taleo.net/careersection/external01/jobdetail.ftl?job=30300


#2683

[B]Lic. Chief Engineer[/B]- Shelford Fisheries is hiring a Chief Engineer for its freezer longliner. Experience on fishing vessels required,freezer longliner experience strongly preferred.
The Chief is responsible for the smooth and efficientmechanical operation of the fishing vessel. We have 4 other vessels with continued employment opportunities yearround.
E-mail your resume and USCG License number to satwood@shelfordfisheries.com orcall 425-787-2576.


#2684

The general lack of activity on this thread is depressing. Is this a seasonal slow-down in hiring activity? Is everyone holding their breath until the 1st Tuesday in November?


#2685

Thinking it’s gonna be a wait & see till after the election.


#2686

We have immediate vacancies for AB positions onboard a seismic vessel dockside in Mobile, Alabama.

Below are the details:

Start Date: on or about Monday October 29, 2012

Location: Mobile, AL (dockside with land based accommodations and transport)

Duration: *Client is requesting a continuous contract of sixty (60) to ninety (90) days.

Wage Rate: **275.00/day

**Initial Day Rate is USD 275.00 per day, however when you complete the contract without incident, you will receive an additional check for $25.00 per day for every day worked during the contract.

Qualified candidates, please email the following:

USCG License
Training Certs
TWIC Card
Passport
Recent USCG Medical & Drug Screen
HUET/BOSIET

Email to carly@oceanwide.biz and marylou@oceanwide.biz

Thank you,


#2687

Company Name:

Tri Marine Fishing Management Company

job Category:
Maritime

Education Level:
Tech/Vocational Cert.

Req’d Experience:
5 years

Desired Expertise:
Navigator

Country:
US

Location:
American Samoa

Job Description
Tri Marine Fishing Management Company operates a fleet of distant water tuna seiners in the Western Pacific Region. We currently seek qualified and licensed navigators.
Navigators: Must possess knowledge in purse seinging operations, including navigating, wheelman in the fishing operation under master orders.
Required to hold a valid USCG Master or Mates license of 1600 tons uninspected fishing vessels or greater.

To Apply Visit: http://www.rigzone.com/jobs/job_posting.asp?p_id=329432&s=1


#2688

Lic. Chief Engineer-
Shelford Fisheries is hiring a Chief Engineer for its freezer longliner. Experience on fishing vessels required,freezer longliner experience strongly preferred. The Chief is responsible for the smooth and efficient mechanical operation of the fishing vessel. We have 4 other vessels with continued employment opportunities year round.
E-mail your resume and USCG License number to satwood@shelfordfisheries.com or call 425-787-2576.


#2689

Commercial Marine Operator
About the Job

COMPANY

Tesoro Corporation, headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, is a Fortune 150 and Global 500 company. As a leading independent refiner and marketer of petroleum products we, through our subsidiaries, operate seven refineries, more than 900 branded retail stations, and employ approximately 5,200 employees.

Our strength lies in our investment in employees and in their future. We measure success not only by the products we bring to our customers, or the financial results we deliver to our shareholders, but also by remaining true to our core values of honesty and integrity; respect and trust; commitment to excellence; creative and entrepreneurial spirit; teamwork; and safety and environmental stewardship.

Discover your strengths and invest in your future by applying today.

POSITION

Reporting to the Manager of Commercial Marine Operations, the Commercial Marine Operator has a key role in devising the most efficient and cost effective means of implementing operating requirements by coordinating and scheduling crude and product movements and day-to-day operations of company chartered-in vessels. The Commercial Marine Operator works internally with System Optimization and Transportation Accounting for voyage planning and economics and is responsible for vessel scheduling, cargo planning, voyage economics and regional and functional communications. Externally, the Commercial Marine Operator works directly with vessel owners, brokers, captains, agents, and refinery schedulers to address chartered vessel issues and scheduling requirements provided by System Optimization.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities Include:

Developing and implementing a schedule and cargo plan for each assigned Tesoro time and voyage chartered-in vessel to comply with the plan created by the System Optimization Group, the operating constraints of each refinery, and maintaining all schedules in IMOS.

Overseeing the commercial operations of Tesoro time-chartered vessels for optimal utilization and efficient interface with Tesoro refineries and terminals, with other loading and/or discharge terminals, and supporting the System Optimization group’s planning.

Tracking the economics of each voyage and responding to market changes to ensure maximum profitability on each voyage.

Monitoring and documenting vessel performance per charter party terms and conditions and participating in the reconciliation of performance and demurrage claims.

Overseeing vessel and cargo operations, cargo optimization and documentation for Tesoro chartered-in vessels, including communication with vessels and agents.

Continually improving system processes and communications.

If you are bright and seek a unique challenge to utilize and maximize your seagoing experience in a Marine Department that is involved in all aspects of voyage planning, we need to talk to you. Tesoro’s Commercial Marine Operators are involved at every phase of the voyage planning, and learn and apply seagoing experience to the planning and execution of every voyage.

We are looking for an “A” player, who will take responsibility for the success of the voyage execution, and use problem-solving and leadership skills to react to encountered problems.

http://jobview.monster.com/getjob.aspx?jobid=115581937&WT.mc_n=Indeed_US&from=indeed


#2690

Deckhand

Job ID 1000012236
Req Name 1000012236
Location Cumberlnd Cy, TN
Type Craft Journey - Level
Shift Weekdays
Salary $44,510
Total openings 1
Closing Date Oct 29, 2012

Description
DUTIES:

-The incumbent will be responsible for routine manual tasks in the operation of a boat or barge. Typical duties will be to secure or release mooring and towing line or hawsers; raise or lower gangway; and replace and clean channel buoys.

-Employees in this class will have knowledge of nomenclature of the tools, materials, and equipment involved; and familiarity with rope bends and knots employed in moving and towing river boats and barges.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:

-The incumbent works under the direct supervision of the laborer supervisor.

-On occasion the employee may be assigned to work directly under other crafts’ workers or operators.

-At times, the employee works in other sections of the organization and may receive work assignments form the principal supervisor in charge at the work location.

-Adheres to all procedures, safe work practices, and the specific practices outlined by the foreman or journeyman with whom the employee is working as directed by the foreman.

SUPERVISION OVER OTHERS:

-None.

MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY FACTORS:

-The incumbent must be physically qualified and able to work off boats, barges, and decks.

-Must be willing to perform heavy work in all weather.

-Must be willing and able to work irregular hours and days as the work load demands.

-Must know and understand precautions to be taken with barge and boat-related equipment to prevent damage to it and other equipment.

-Must be safe and steady worker with the ability to study safety manuals and follow written and oral instructions.

-Must have a high school education or ability to read, write and comprehend.

TVA is an Equal Opportunity employer and complies with all applicable laws and regulations regarding equal employment opportunities. TVA gives hiring preference to qualified U.S. citizens for all job vacancies. Between qualified U.S. citizens and other protected individuals, TVA gives hiring preference to equally qualified born or naturalized U.S. citizens. TVA gives preference in appointments to eligible Veterans. For more information, please see www.tva.com/employment/veterans.htm. If you desire to exercise your Veteran’s preference for this position, please email your supporting documentation to veteran@tva.gov.


#2691

Kirby Offshore Marine is currently seeking qualified candidates for a Mate Tankerman / Tank Asst. positions in the Hawaii Division. Barge operations include but not limited to loading and discharging cargo. Able to take charge of deck force mooring tug and barge. Making and breaking tows and managing deck safety. Able to perform scheduled vessel maintenance care for tools and equipment, and perform general housekeeping duties as assigned by their supervisor. They adhere to company safety policy and procedures, environmental rules and governmental regulations. Must currently posses a MMC with the following endorsements: Mate 200GT, TOAR or Towing Endorsement, STCW, TANKERMAN PIC or TANK ASST, TWIC. Candidates can submit their resume via FAX to (808)522-1004. EEO

Please send resume to (808)522-1004


#2692

Job Title:Small Craft Operator 100 ton Master https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/329949800

Department:Department of the Army

Agency:U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Job Announcement Number:SCGU12218196776282D

SALARY RANGE: $24.58 to $28.72 / Per Hour
OPEN PERIOD: Monday, October 29, 2012 to Monday, November 12, 2012
SERIES & GRADE: XF-5786-10
POSITION INFORMATION: Full Time - Permanent

DUTY LOCATIONS: 1 vacancy in the following location:
Irvington, AL United States


#2693

Come Aboard With Us! Kirby Ocean Transport Now Hiring ABLE-BODIED Seamen! Kirby is continuously growing, and we’re adding new boats and barges to our Dry Bulk Fleets. We are currently hiring experienced able-bodied seamen, as we continue to expand our business. Qualified applicants must hold: o Merchant Mariner Credential, o AB Endorsement, o TWIC Card, o STC W preferable
All qualified applicants please email resumes to: DL-kotops@kirbycorp.com EOE/AA We offer: o Service Recognition o Competitive Pay o Appreciation Program o Scholarship Program o 401(k), Pension Plan o Medical, Dental, Vision o Life Insurance o Prescription Drug Plan


#2694

Job Description

Marine Master 3

Job Description:
Supervises and pilots ferry carrying vehicles and passengers on the Mississippi River or Calcasieu Ship Channel.
Maintains operating logs and submits reports.
Supervises crew on assigned shift, through assigning and reviewing work, and evaluation of subordinates.
Conducts fire and collision drills on a regular basis.
Inspects all equipment, machinery, rigging, and gear aboard vessel and orders needed repairs.
Orders fuel, material, and supplies for the vessel.
Assures that the vessel maintains schedule.
This position is for a shift on LADOTD ferry boat. There are “No Living Quarters on vessel.” This position is in Plaquemine, Louisiana or White Castle, Louisiana. Work is a rotating schedule of 8 hour shifts. Conducive to family life, go home every night.
500 GT, 1600 GT USCG Masters License or higher to qualify.


#2695

Able Bodied Seaman (AB)
McDermott - Amelia, LA 70340

Chief Mate
McDermott - Amelia, LA 70340


#2696

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/330636300

Job Title:Third Assistant Engineer (Watch/Day), WM-9934-02

Department:Department Of Commerce

Agency:National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Job Announcement Number:OMAO-MOC-2013-0002

SALARY RANGE: $54,541.00 to $77,424.00 / Per Year
OPEN PERIOD: Tuesday, November 06, 2012 to Sunday, May 05, 2013
SERIES & GRADE: WM-9934-02
POSITION INFORMATION: Permanent, Excepted Service, Mixed Tour of Duty. - Mixed Tour - May be Full-time, Part-time or Intermittent.
PROMOTION POTENTIAL:02
DUTY LOCATIONS:
MANY vacancies - Ketchikan, AK, US
MANY vacancies - Kodiak, AK, US
MANY vacancies - San Diego, CA, US
MANY vacancies - Honolulu, HI, US
MMANY vacancies - Ketchikan, AK, US
MANY vacancies - Kodiak, AK, US
MANY vacancies - San Diego, CA, US
MANY vacancies - Honolulu, HI, US
MANY vacancies - Woods Hole, MA, US
MANY vacancies - Pascagoula, MS, US
MANY vacancies - Newport, OR, US
MANY vacancies - Davisville, RI, US
MANY vacancies - Charleston, SC, US
MANY vacancies - Norfolk, VA, US
ANY vacancies - Woods Hole, MA, US


#2697

Apprentice Training Program “ATP” 2013
Location: Apprentice Training Program "ATP"
Job Code: 232

of openings: 9999999

Description
OPEN ENROLLMENT: November 1, 2012 - March 31, 2013

NOTE: PLEASE ELECTRONICALLY ATTACH ALL DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO YOUR APPLICATION.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • minimum GPA of 3.0

  • High School diploma, current high school transcript or honorably discharged military personnel with equivalent of an E4 or higher

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Access to Transportation

  • 3 Letters of Recommendation

  • Written essay of “WHY I WANT TO PURSUE A MARITIME CAREER”

  • Passing a USCG physical examination test and DOT Drug Screen (post-offer)

  • Successful completion of a Background Check (post-offer)

SYNOPSIS:

What is the Apprentice Training Program (ATP)?

As Hornbeck Offshore grows and diversifies, the need for qualified mariner talent is rapidly increasing. The ATP provides a foundation for apprentice mariners to become future officers in our fleet. The ATP offers a clear path for our employees to build expertise, expand their professional development and contribute to the Company’s future success.

What are the eligibility requirements for the ATP?

The ATP offers an integrated program to candidates such as retired military personnel, motivated high school graduates or new-to-industry applicants. Applicants shall have to successfully pass a background check, math entrance exam, personality profile and USCG physical and drug screen. In addition, candidates shall have a valid driver’s license, possess a willingness to attend classes during off-time and work an even-time schedule time and provide three letters of recommendation. Lastly, candidates will be asked to write an essay explaining “why they want to pursue a maritime career.”

How long does it take to complete the ATP?

The ATP is a four year program that does not carry the high cost burden associated with attending Maritime Academies or other external learning centers. HOS is dedicated to promoting an atmosphere to hire, train and cultivate the finest mariners in the industry.


#2698

Does anyone know of any offshore drilling recuitment agencies in the U.S.A. becouse i am having a hard time findind a job as a roustabout or floorhand.thanks


#2699

wouldnt be a bad deal if you werent expected to work 300 days per year…when will the gubermint ever learn?


#2700

Chevron is accepting online applications for the position of Second Mate - Seagoing located in Richmond, CA through December 6, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).

Eligible applicants must hold a current USCG issued License, Merchant Mariner Document/Merchant mariner Credential, STCW 95 Certificate, passport, Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) and Tankerman PIC-DL endorsement.

The general guideline for vessel assignment length is 75 days for licensed officers. Vacation will accrue at 30 days for each 30 days of work.

Pre-employment screening consists of:

Physical examination, including DOT

Drug testing

Functional Capacity Evaluation

Background check

Position Details: Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:

Performs navigation and collision avoidance duties as Officer on Watch. Keeps captain advised of ETA’s/Traffic/Weather.

Report to the Chief Mate for cargo related activities such as measurement, sampling and preparation for cargo.

Perform various clerical and vessel care related tasks as required by the VMT (Vessel Management Team).

Ensures that all navigation instruments including electronic navigational aids, lights and signals are properly maintained, tested and functioning correctly.

Directs unlicensed deck personnel during watch standing, mooring and related cargo activities (connecting, tank cleaning, sampling, ballasting) and storing.

Performs any other marine related duties as required by STCW, ISM and ISPS conventions and Chevron operational procedures to ensure the safety of the vessel, its crew and cargo.

Attends all required classes required by STCW, ISM, ISPS and Chevron to maintain valid certificates of competency.

Participates in and furthers company programs such as Behavior Based Safety, near miss reporting and Job Safety Analysis.

Required Qualifications:

Minimum License and Endorsement Requirements:

USCG Second Mate Unlimited Oceans Any Gross Tons

STCW95 certificate

Merchant Mariners Document

Unlimited Radar endorsement

ARPA

PIC-DL

Advanced Firefighting certificate

GMDSS Radio Operator’s License

Must be a United States Citizen and possess the following:

U.S. Passport

Must possess a valid Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) within 10 months of expiration