The Maritime Job Leads Thread


#2861

I have a friend who may be interested and is definitely a good fit. He was laid of by Adriatic but was running master on one of their larger OSV’s. I’m pretty sure he is still looking for work. His name is Pete his number is (305) 522-1171. Tell him his buddy Blake from ft Lauderdale gave you the referral.


#2862

[QUOTE=Tony Awed;159846]I got an interview with millers launch in staten island does anyone know anything about them?[/QUOTE]

I almost scored a deckhand position with them but they are only looking for people in staten island. I live in florida. they told be I have to wait for a opening in Panama


#2863

hey new on the boards! Does anyone know of any companies looking for AB limited in or around Virginia, Texas or Florida? I sailed Deep water for 3 years on oilers with MSC and did a little time on tugs.


#2864

I just posted this on a big recruiting board but thought it only fair I post it here too. I have a Marine and Cargo Surveying company based out of New Jersey. Looking for a contract surveyor when needed on a project by project basis.

https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/22e849db
Zach Vergiev


#2865

ROV manager:

http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?from=appsharedroid&jk=d7bd67ebb7a47380
Just a bump for Anthony ’ s threaded. Started so long ago. Maybe one of my Ci friends could use a paycheck!


#2866

ABDON757 MSRC is always hiring


#2867

Especially Richmond. …


#2868

Try and get on with a company that has Z-Drive Tugs, the deckhand work isn’t as strenuous as on conventional Tugs.


#2869

Thanks I appreciate it.


#2870

Customs and border patrol is hiring deckies

https://my.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/431522000/

$50,600.00 to $65,286.00

Not much money but it’s better than no job in these times. If I were a deckie I would totally apply.

Masters License (any tonnage)

Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessel (OUPV)

LicenseDeck Mates License (Chief Mate, Second Mate and Third Mate) of greater than 200 gross tons

Deck Mates License (Chief Mate, Second Mate and Third Mate) of 200 gross tons or less (Near Coastal and Offshore)

http://www.cbp.gov/careers/join-cbp/which-cbp-career/air-and-marine/marine-interdiction-agent


#2871

[QUOTE=cajaya;182816]Customs and border patrol is hiring deckies

https://my.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/431522000/

$50,600.00 to $65,286.00

Not much money but it’s better than no job in these times. If I were a deckie I would totally apply.

Masters License (any tonnage)

Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessel (OUPV)

LicenseDeck Mates License (Chief Mate, Second Mate and Third Mate) of greater than 200 gross tons

Deck Mates License (Chief Mate, Second Mate and Third Mate) of 200 gross tons or less (Near Coastal and Offshore)

http://www.cbp.gov/careers/join-cbp/which-cbp-career/air-and-marine/marine-interdiction-agent[/QUOTE]

It also requires at least one (1) year of law enforcement experience.


#2872

http://www.gettinghired.com/Find-A-Job.aspx?q=moran#jobs


#2873

Here is a job posting

Navigational Port Captain (Houma, LA or Channelview, TX)-00074W

Description

Enterprise Products Partners L.P. is one of the largest publicly traded partnerships and a leading North American provider of energy services to producers and consumers of natural gas, natural gas liquids, crude oil, refined products and petrochemicals. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Enterprise Products is ranked 104th on the FORTUNE 500 and has approximately 6,900 employees. Enterprise’s large, integrated portfolio of operationally and geographically diverse assets, highlighted by its approximately 49,000-mile pipeline network, serves as the foundation for organic growth opportunities. The partnership’s service offerings include pipeline transportation and gathering, natural gas processing, storage, fractionation, terminalling, import/export capabilities and marketing. Enterprise also has a marine transportation business that operates primarily on the United States inland and Intracoastal Waterway systems. Additionally, energy professionals are discovering rewarding opportunities with Enterprise Products by putting their skills to work in exciting new growth areas, developing markets and pursuing innovative solutions for meeting the needs of customers and promote energy security for the country.

Make the most of your talents in a fast-paced environment driven by people who strive for achievement. Enjoy corporate strength, stability, and a rewarding career at a growing industry-leading and diverse operating company with a track record for success. Tap into the professional possibilities of Enterprise Products Company.

The Navigational Port Captain will be responsible for a group of vessels and barges, as directed by the Director of Marine Operations, and will serve as the primary liaison between vessel management and shore side personnel. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Maintain good working relationships with all vessel employees.
Assure vessel is compliant with all government regulations and company policies.
Monitor river conditions and make available information necessary to support navigational decisions.
Make frequent on-board vessel inspections to ensure safe and efficient vessel operations are maintained.
Represent and articulate Company positions in response to US Coast Guard, regulatory agency incentives, proposals impacting navigation, or vessel operations.
Ensure good public relations are maintained with local, state, and federal agencies.
Assist in development and implementation of policies and procedures to enhance safety and efficiency in the operation.
Interface with other Company personnel including marketing and logistics, maintenance and repair, sourcing, personnel crewing, human resources and safety departments.
Improve job knowledge by attending workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, benchmarking practices, and participating in professional and industry groups.
Work with vessel crews to stay within budget.
Respond to vessel accidents/incidents and assist in investigations as required.
Routinely inspect barges to ensure safe and efficient operations are maintained.

Qualifications

The successful candidate will meet the following qualifications:

High school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent is required.
10+ years of vessel operations experience on the inland waterways and supervision of marine vessel crews is preferred.
Possession of a US Coast Guard Master of Towing license is required.
Tanker/Barge experience is required.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills are required.
A self starter and have the ability to perform a variety of complicated tasks with moderate supervision is required.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and Outlook are required.
Willingness and ability to travel up to 50% of the time to vessels is required.
Well versed on regulatory requirements and vessel inspections is required.
Demonstrated skills in supervising a large group of employees, training and employee development are required.
Willingness and ability to stand weekend/evening duties is required.
Proven history of problem resolution skills is required.
Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with vessel crews, management, field staff and other personnel is required.
Ability to effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing, with co-workers and interface customers is required.
Strong analytical skills, effective decision marking, good problem solving capabilities, and excellent troubleshooting skills are required.

Primary Location: USA-Louisiana-Houma
Other Locations: USA-Texas-Channelview
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 50 % of the Time

Unposting Date: Ongoing
Organization: Marine Services
Job: Marine Services
Job Level: Individual Contributor


#2874

December 2008 last post on this thread page number 237???

Really?

Bury this one with full USMM Military Honors please


#2875

eventually, if not now, job resumes will be vetted by computer. If the “high School/GED” box isn’t checked, the resume isn’t considered. With the increase in unemployment (despite federal stats) there should be more, many more applicants to choose from and while they will find a satisfactory candidate it may be they will miss some of the more qualified ones.
On the other hand, with the demise of trade jobs in the USA, those that survive till the uptick in hiring begins (politics dependent) they will find themselves at the top of the heap.


#2876

The Army Corp of Engineers needs a couple of 3rd mates in Portland, OR. The application period ends 12/06.
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/457384400/


#2877

[QUOTE=Griff;192908]The Army Corp of Engineers needs a couple of 3rd mates in Portland, OR. The application period ends 12/06.
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/457384400/[/QUOTE]

[B]Here is another Corp job for “Marine Traffic Controller” cumbersome application, but good benefits…PM me for questions…[/B]


#2878

Better get those fed job applications in [I]toute de suite[/I]. A hiring freeze is right around the corner.


#2879

scroll down to marine operators. Openings in staten island, aransas pass, st croix and seattle.

https://nrcc.com/careers/


#2880

I can give you a hand, burning time in Puerto Rico with hurricane aid.