Job Title Tankerman - New Orleans, LA
External Job Description
For more than a century, the people of Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM) have transformed crops into products that serve vital needs. Today, 30,000 ADM employees around the globe convert oilseeds, corn, wheat and cocoa into products for food, animal feed, chemical and energy uses. With more than 265 processing plants, 400 crop procurement facilities, and the world’s premier crop transportation network, ADM helps connect the harvest to the home in more than 160 countries. For more information about ADM and its products, visit www.adm.com.
Tankerman - New Orleans, LA
This is a full-time, hourly level position.
USCG Licensed Tankerman
Must be able to pass respirator screening
Commitment to ADM’s goal of achieving a zero injury culture; understand and follow company safety procedures
Able to meet physical requirements of the position including, but not limited to: prolonged periods of standing and sitting, working in confined spaces and from heights, bending, kneeling, climbing stairs and ladders, working in a variety of conditions (heat, cold, dust, etc), lift up to 55 lbs unassisted
Essential Job Functions:
Follow all USCG regulations and company policies.
Follow all safety rules.
Be able to identify all parts of a tank barge.
Know how to use required PPE.
Able to work overtime and weekends
On call 24/7
Able to travel and tanker barges at outside docks.
Load or offload any ARTCO Tank Barge includes the following tasks:
Pre-transfer conference and execution of the declaration of inspection
Connect cargo hoses or loading arms
Line-up cargo system
Start of liquid flow during load/fueling
Start cargo pump and increase discharge pressure during discharge
Monitor flow and tank level
Top off cargo tanks during loading/fueling
Stripping cargo tanks during discharge
Disconnection of the cargo hoses or loading arms
Securing of cargo system
Perform maintenance on pumps and Engines
Perform maintenance on tankbarges,
Prepare tank Barge for USCG inspection
Maintain valid driver’s license
Maintain USCG License
Relocation assistance is not available with this position.
This position offers a complete benefit package, including 401K/ESOP, pension, health, life and dental insurance.
ADM requires the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen and a background check.
ADM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Vice President- HMS Ferries, Inc.
HMS Global Maritime currently seeks a qualified, enthusiastic Vice President for the Ferries Division. This key position within the leadership structure of HMS Ferries, Inc. serves second in command to the President & COO. The Vice President position has staff and line duties consisting of various responsibilities:
Staff - Staff management and support of company-wide programs and initiatives with a particular emphasis on Management Systems, Regulatory Compliance, Maritime Training and Contract Compliance. Also, identify and track performance metrics for the Ferries Division. Provide direction and support to site General Managers with regard to Company- wide programs and systems. Attend project / job sites throughout the Company to provide senior advice and direct support as needed. Participate in Company outreach and regulatory relations activities.
Line – Line management and direct supervision of General Managers when the President & COO is unavailable or incapacitated.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS – the following are essential functions of the position (not all-inclusive).
Safety First. Be an active advocate of, and participant in, the HMS Safety Culture. Safety shall remain the highest priority at all times.
Consider reliability and efficiency with regard to Company operations.
Remain true to and champion the Company’s Core Values and Code of Conduct.
Continually review, evaluate and prioritize management systems as they exist throughout the Company.
Work to tune and adjust existing systems and to design and incorporate new ones.
Provide particular emphasis on systems that address safety and regulatory issues.
Standardize key systems throughout the Company.
Provide training to various managers and personnel on Company management systems.
Establish methods to share knowledge throughout the Company.
Senior Company liaison with regard to regulatory issues.
Responsible for development of Company compliance programs.
Function as Company Designated Person for the Safety Management System.
Responsible for the development and maintenance of the Company’s emergency response plan; includes exercises and drills (including Ferries, HMS Global and outside entities).
Responsible for the development and maintenance of the Company’s maritime training program; includes the tracking of licenses, ratings, and proficiencies.
Monitor and identify areas that require additional emphasis and plan for future needs.
Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
Coordinate the adequacy and standardization of site SOPs with site General Managers.
Coordinate shared files, monitoring and updating.
Responsible for the tracking and reporting of key performance metrics.
Participate in Company outreach programs/initiatives.
Make best use of technology while carrying out these duties.
Other Duties as Assigned
Engage in and conduct other duties as assigned.
Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Shipping, or related field of study. Strongly preferred
Bachelor’s Degree from a maritime-related academy, or service academy, or similar institute required
Minimum 15 years industry experience
USCG Master’s License or equivalent experience
Expert knowledge of USCG regulations and requirements
Working knowledge key maritime policy issues
5 years minimum experience with command or senior management
Excellent career record in the marine industry
Computer literacy in conjunction with administrative skills
Ability to use independent judgment and discretion to develop and execute innovative solutions to operational problems
Possess and demonstrate superior judgment, analytical ability, performance under pressure
Be able to design and implement training, mentoring, coaching and counseling programs and sessions
Thoroughly understand all pertinent regulations and laws under which the Company operates
Communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in writing
Logically and independently plan, organize, and complete work assignments
Demonstrate well-developed interpersonal skills
Set and achieve high standards of performance
Demonstrate initiative and be able to make progress on multiple assignments under time constraints
Must wear safety equipment as mandated by company
Submit to and pass alcohol and drug tests as mandated by the USCG including but not limited to pre-employment, random, post- accident testing
Maintain compliance with USCG licensing requirements regarding physical standards
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be combined to satisfy some preferred requirements
The majority of work is performed in an office environment with a moderate noise level. Position also includes exposure to marine operations subject to varied wake, along with outdoor conditions and temperatures.
Bainbridge Island, Washington, United States
American Cruise Lines is currently seeking Mates (full or part time) for its fleet of modern overnight passenger cruise ships. We offer thirteen unique 7 to 14 night itineraries that travel along the inland and coastal waterways of the East Coast and Pacific Northwest. Each ship carries between 50 and 150 passengers under a US flag. Most ships are licensed under Subchapter K of USCG regulation. Each ship is equipped with the latest safety, navigation, and communications systems.
Onboard, you will receive excellent private accommodations, with in-suite head, satellite TV, etc. This position is ideal for licensed captains, interested in a leadership role in a fast-paced and exciting work environment. The Mate must have the ability to get along with well-educated, affluent passengers, and represent the company in a professional manner.
Excellent pay and competitive benefits package.
Some Basic Functions:
-The safety of the passengers, crew and vessel
-Safe navigation of vessel
-Supervision and Training of Deckhands
-Ensuring vessel is maintained in safe operating condition
-Administrative functions including logs and reports
-Other duties as required
-Minimum of 100 ton Near Coastal U.S. Coast Guard Master’s license
-Excellent time management and organizational skills
-Pre-employment drug test
-Ability to live and work on board for rotations of 6 weeks on and 2 weeks off
-US Citizenship or legally authorized to work in the United States
Location: Houston, TX
Last Updated: 10/15/2013
Applicants will meet the Minimum Requirements listed and have ability to meet all qualifications for Pilot position.
- Graduate from a US maritime academy
- Hold a valid USCG lisence as a 3rd Mate (Oceans); Mate (Pilot) Towing Vessel; or Master/Mate 500 GT or greater
- Hold and Maintain a valid STCW Certificate
- Hold Radar Observer (Unlimited) Certificate
- Hold a valid MMD endorsed as Able Seaman (AB)
Job Description: Pilot
- Job Function The Master/Relief Captain/Pilot is the manager of the vessel including all attached barges.
The Master/Relief Captain/Pilot is responsible for the crew’s adherence to all United States Coast Guard and company policies.
The Master/Relief Captain/Pilot navigates safety, supervises the crew, oversees safety programs, complies with rules and regulations pertaining to the towing of vessels and protects the environment.
The Master/Relief Captain/Pilot takes work assignments from the Operations Department.
The Pilot backs up the Master, serving as supervisor when the Master is asleep and has management and supervisory responsibility while on the watch.
1) Ability to read - read office updates, procedure manuals, safety memos, federal andstate documents, manifests and requisitions.
2) Ability to write - keeps the vessel’s log, completes checklists, takes written exams as required by the company and/or governmental agencies.
3) Ability to use maps and charts.
4) Ability to communicate with Dispatcher, crew members, other Masters/ReliefCaptains/Pilots, Port Engineers, Coast Guard Inspectors and others.
5) Ability to direct crew to complete actions and follow regulations in a safe, efficient manner.
6) Ability to resolve disputes among crew members.
7) Ability to maintain morale of crew members.
8) Ability to consider many conditions, including weather, vessel and waterway characteristics, traffic, and the abilities of the crew in making quick, effective decisions about navigation and operation of the vessel.
9) Evaluates and treats minor medical conditions and injuries within the scope of this knowledge and abilities.
10) Must remain calm in challenging situations. Must set the “tone” for the safe,positive, efficient functioning of all members of the crew.
11) Must possess a United States Coast Guard Boat license and/or marine document for vessel operated.
12) Must possess a valid driver’s license for operation of company vehicles.
13) Demonstrates leadership by persuading others to perform work because they want to do it.
14) Makes good decisions.
15) Is dependable, conscientious and show initiative.
16) Pays attention to details.
17) Is willing to adhere to orders, rules and regulations.
18) Is a team player, is able to work with others and understands customer - supplier wants and needs.
19) Is stable under pressure and withstands the stress associated with the job, includingdiscomfort, unpredictable weather and potentially hazardous situations.
20) Work aboard vessel for prolonged periods according to the work schedule for the vessel, for example: 30 days on and 15 off or 14 on and 7 off.
21) Works shifts of 6 hours off around the clock. Works additional hours as necessary.
22) Maintains vigilance during a 6 hour shift in the wheel house.
23) Is willing to work as operations require, including days. Is able to live in closequarters for long periods of time and is able to work away from home for longperiods of time.
24) Must be drug and alcohol free while on company property or during course and scopeof company business.
Additional Responsibilities and Requirements
A. Learning and training
1) Holds and maintains the necessary United States Coast Guard marine documents and/or licenses for the position of Master/Relief Captain/Pilot for inland waters and the Great Lakes. Meets all requirements to be able to renew and maintain documents or licenses.
2) Attends and successfully completes company training on new procedures and operations such as vapor recovery, benzene regulations, and fire fighting.
3) Attends company training on new procedures such as vapor recovery.
4) Provides navigation experience to senior crew members.
5) Provides orientation to new employees and training for all crew members.
6) Organizes periodic operational meetings including safety, quality system, and other company required topics.
7) Provides briefings to crew on customer requirements.
1) Is responsible for ensuring safe working conditions and orderliness of the vessel.
2) Is responsible for ensuring safe, sanitary living and working conditions for the crew.
3) Ensures that company safety rules and environmental regulations are followed.
4) Establishes good morale, personal hygiene, and efficiency of the crew.
5) Wears safety equipment as required, including steel toed shoes, foul weather gear, gloves, boots and respirators to protect against cargo contact. 6) Is responsible for the safe operation of the vessel, the safety of the crew and anyvisitor at all times and in all weather conditions.
C. Inspecting, record-keeping and verifying
1) Ensures that all barge and vessel documentation is on board, is current and is located on the proper vessel.
2) Maintains the vessel’s log (towing job, actions, speed, times).
3) Approves requisitions for equipment, material, repairs, supplies and food.
4) Verifies barge manifest.
5) Conducts the primary investigation of all injuries, illnesses and accidents, andcompletes necessary forms and reports.
6) Conducts a monthly physical inspection of the vessel, observing, for example, safety equipment, fire fighting equipment, licenses and other documentation.
An opportunity with The Inn at Palmetto Bluff
Location: Bluffton, SC
Last Updated: Oct-01-13
Job Type: Temporary
Hourly: See Salary
DEPARTMENT: Wilson Landing
PLACE OF WORK: Wilson Landing
REPORTS TO: Director of Recreation & Marine Operations
DATE: January 2010
JOB OVERVIEW: Responsible for the safe operation of boats at Wilson Landing. Duties include the operation of various vessels, as well as the on-going maintenance.
Standard Specifications: Requirements are representative of minimum levels of knowledge, skills and/or abilities. To perform this job successfully, the incumbent will possess the abilities or aptitudes to perform each duty proficiently.
High school graduate
Strong marine background that includes experience with guests
Minimum 2 years experience as a boat captain
Ability to provide a high level of service and a memorable experience for our clientele
USCG OUPV License
Must be able to work flexible hours including evenings, weekends and holidays
Capable of multi-tasking
Professional appearance and demeanor
Able to perform necessary maintenance functions to keep the vessels safe and operable
Strong mechanical aptitude
Able to work alone and as part of a team
Appreciates and respects our local waterways
Good organizational skills
Ability to communicate well with members, guests and co-workers
USCG Master’s License of no less than 100 ton Near Coastal
Prior marine forklift experience
CPR, First Aid, AED certified
College bachelor’s degree
Knowledge about local waterways
Knowledge of surrounding environment including the flora, fauna, and history.
Ability to communicate in English with members/guests/employees to their understanding
Ability to provide legible communication and directions
Ability to understand member/guest inquiries and provide responses
Ability to safely operate boats
Ability to focus on member/guest needs
Ability to prioritize, organize and make good judgments
Ability to ensure security of resort and customer property
Ability to maintain confidentiality of member/guest information and pertinent resort data
Ability to perform assignments with minimal supervision
Ability to work cohesively with co-workers as part of a team
Ability to remain calm and react quickly when confronted with several tasks at once
Ability to work with other operating departments on property
Maintain a positive and cooperative attitude, demeanor, and approach with guests and coworkers
Working Conditions: Most tasks are performed outdoors in variable weather conditions, including hot, cold, windy and wet weather. Temperature can be extreme but is usually moderate. Frequently works near moving/mechanical parts and on local waterways.
Physical Demands: While performing the duties of the job, the employee is required to reach with arms and hands; bend and stoop; remain at post standing for extended periods of time; may be required to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds..
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
Safely and properly operate resort and customer boats
Provide outstanding customer service
Ensure that boats are operating properly and safely
Schedule maintenance on boats as needed and maintain proper records
Assist in scheduling of marine related activities
Assist in launching and storing of boats
Inspects dock, slips, lines, etc. regularly
Keep boats and dry storage area safe, clean, and organized
Effectively and efficiently handle member/guest complaints
A review of this description has excluded the marginal functions of the position that are incidental to the performance of fundamental job duties. All duties and requirements are essential job functions.
This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Employees will be required to perform other duties as assigned.
This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an "at will" employment relationship.
This is a non-management position
This is an on call position
Apply at: https://www.theapplicantmanager.com/jobs?pos=AP178