Deckhand tankerman trainee

Immediate opening on a small mom and pop tug and barge.

Normal dechand duties, cooking, cleaning, throwing lines, maintenence and other duties as assigned.

Candidate will be expected to show personal growth to learn tankerman, engineer, amd wheel house skills to serve as backup or eventual replacement.

Wheel time, loads discharges and TOAR sign offs available to candidates with motivation.

Location NY harbor, boat makes trips as far as Albany and New Haven CT.

Candidate must live in the tri state area and provide own transportation to the vessel.

Company is 100% tobacco free. No smokers or dippers.

Salary commensurate with experience

PM with your phone number and brief description of your experience and skill set.

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Wow, traveling the world with mom and pops… I like the sound of that.

Oh… does that


Got it. No svenskt snus.

What about cocaine?

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Is per diem or hourly? Pay rate? Insurance/bene’s? Set rotation or day work?

Not a day boat, pay is by the day. Work is seasonal meaning busy in winter, slower in summer.

On average boat works 150 days a year.

This sounds like a great opportunity for a young go getter.

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Is there a number to call for more info?

From the original post:

PM with your phone number and brief description of your experience and skill set.

Just joined the forum, I don’t think I have the trust level to PM yet.

Worked for a few Mom and Pops early on. Not the top pay but fed well and great opportunity to advance a young persons career in experience alone. Worth a look for sure for a young motivated person. Thanks for for posting silverbk.

Sent you a PM.

I have worked for both since being a full time mariner. I prefer the mom and pop family type culture to the big company.

However I am a retired civil servant so I dont need medical, dental, vision or any of the other benefits a younger person might need.