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4 Point Captain
Employer: Seamar Marine Services LLCUpdated: Jul 19 2013
Desired Expertise: Captain / Master, Ships Engineer
Experience: 10+ years
Minimum Education: Tech/Vocational Cert.
Location: GOM, TX, US
Employment Type: Rotational Salaried Employee
Job Status: Active / Open

Job Description:
4 Point Captain with 10+ years, responsible for overall management of the vessel, in co-operation with the Superintendent and Chief Engineer. Captain will be responsible for the

  1. safe navigation and operation of the vessel, as well as its seaworthiness and stability
  2. enforcement of Company policies, statutory rules and regulations, local rules and regulations
  3. motivation of the crew in observation of all company policies, rules and regulations
  4. verification that specific reporting requirements are observed
  5. issuance of appropriate orders in a clear and simple manner
  6. making sure that specific knowledge and experience is communicated to and shared with all crew
  7. reviewing the safety management system and reporting its deficiencies to the shore based management
  8. all decisions with respect to the safety and health of life, safety of the vessel and the protection of the environment
  9. all communication to the company as necessary.

Chief OSV, DDE Unlimited, DDE 4000
Employer: Seamar Divers InternationalUpdated: Jul 19 2013
Desired Expertise: Ships Engineer
Experience: 5+ years
Minimum Education: High School/Secondary
Location: TX, US
Job Status: Active / Open

Job Description:
Chief Engineer, Chief Limited, Chief OSV, DDE4000, DDE ULHP

Maintains the ship in a state of readiness at all times
Oversees all bunkering operations and ensures safety and environmental compliance
Oversees and maintains all engineering systems, following preventative maintenance program
Actively participates in trouble shooting, diagnostics and repairing mechanical issues
Keeps maintenance records, inventories and status reports.
Makes proposals for maintenance and repair projects
Knowledge of EMD, Detroit, Caterpillar and John Deere Diesel Propulsion Systems
Electrical and Refrigeration Experience a plus

Must have high school Diploma or equivalent
Merchant Mariners Credential
Must possess valid state ID card and TWIC card
U.S. Passport
Must have ability to speak and write English clearly
Vocational training a plus


100 Ton Crew Boat Captains & Unlicensed Crew Boat Engineers
Comar Marine - Houma, LA

Now accepting


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100 Ton Crew Boat Captains

Unlicensed Crew Boat Engineers

Highly competitive wages

Full Benefit Package

Well maintained vessels

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VOITH Tractor Captain/Mates
McAllister Towing - Norfolk, Virginia Area
Job Description
Master of a tug or towing vessel.
Vessel Security Officer (VSO) in charge of implementing and maintaining the AWO Alternative Security Program.
Serve as Officer in Charge of the Navigation Watch.
Assess and maintain vessel seaworthiness.
Ensure the availability and serviceability of required life saving equipment.
Verify the serviceability of all installed fire detection and fire fighting systems and equipment.
Require accommodations to be maintained in safe, clean condition at all times.
Provide clear direction to subordinates.
Prepare periodic performance evaluations for subordinates.
Maintain vessel and crew readiness for emergency responses.
Conduct and report the results of periodic vessel audits and inspections.
Operate and maintain the assigned vessel in accordance with the quality, safety, security and environmental protection policies and procedures in the Vessel Operations Manual.
Organize and conduct required training, drills and exercises.
Complete, submit and maintain required records, logs and reports.
Ensure adequate vessel manning and watches.
Project a positive company image and maintain professional, amicable relationships with customers, pilots, terminal personnel and the public at all times.
Other duties as may be assigned by the General Manager or his/her designated representative.
Desired Skills & Experience
Minimum Requirements:
Current U.S. Coast Guard license for Master of Towing Vessels, with appropriate tonnage rating and radar endorsement.
Current U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Credential, any rating.
STCW Certification (offshore towing only).
Valid Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC).
High school diploma or equivalent.
Pass pre-employment drug test.
Pass pre-employment physical.
Minimum one year serving as Master or Mate of towing vessels.
Experience on Voith Schneider tractor tug a MUST.
Physical Requirements:
The unpredictable, ever-changing and inherently dangerous nature of tug and towing operations require the Captain to be physically qualified to ensure his/her own safety, as well as that of the vessel and crew. Specific physical requirements include:
Adequate vision (i.e., absent any color blindness or impairment that cannot be corrected with prescription lenses).
Adequate hearing.
Capable of walking and standing on wet surfaces for extended periods of time.
Able to handle heavy lines and operate heavy machinery.
Ability to climb a 12-foot ladder without assistance.
Ability to hoist oneself up and over a 12-inch wide, 6 foot high barrier.
Sufficient strength to:
Lift 100 lbs. from deck to waist level;
Lift 50 lbs. from deck to shoulder level;
Lift 35 lbs. from deck to overhead; and
Pull (drag) 120 lbs. at least 20 feet.
Company Description
McAllister Towing & Transportation is one of the oldest and largest marine towing and transportation companies in the United States. We operate a fleet of more than 70 tugboats and barges in 17 locations along the U.S. East Coast from Portland, ME to San Juan, PR. The fleet of over 100,000 H.P. consists of 24 Z-Drive/ Tractor tugs, 6 Tier II compliant tugs, 20 plus vessels involved in coastal towing and 35 ABS load line classed vessels. In each port, McAllister is engaged in ship docking (servicing more than 1,000 steamship companies), general harbor towing, coastal towing and bulk transportation. The McAllister family has been an innovative force in marine transportation for 149 years.

Apply on Company website


thanks chile for getting the thread going again


[QUOTE=yeahoner;115272]thanks chile for getting the thread going again[/QUOTE]

Ditto. What he said.


Assistant Engineer
Seabulk Tankers Inc. - Hollywood, CA

This position requires a minimum of a limited USCG Merchant Mariners 3rd Engineer’s License for motor vessels of size of no less than 1600 GT / 3000 ITC.

The Assistant Engineer is the designated maintenance officer and he is directly responsible for the maintenance and repair of all ships machinery, the cleanliness and organization of the various engineering spaces. This individual reports to the Chief Engineer and will take direction from the Chief Engineer with regards to the overall safe and incident free operation and maintenance of all machinery of the vessel.

The Assistant Engineer is responsible for the overall record keeping, administration and operation of the maintenance and preventive repairs in order to remain in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. The Assistant Engineer, in conjunction with the Chief Engineer, is responsible for the safe operation, maintenance and upkeep of machinery on board the vessel.

The Assistant Engineer should expect to be involved with (at a minimum) the following systems on board the vessel. As such, the individual should expect to be involved with the maintenance and repair of the following systems and should have at least a good familiarity with these systems. Additional experience is preferable; however, experience with these systems should be used as a guide.

  1. Main propulsion engines, their associated systems and controls, as well as the related water systems.
  2. Auxiliary engine / generator sets, including the power distribution switchgear and the emergency generator.
  3. Main reducing gears and shafting
  4. Steering gear
  5. Hydraulic systems
  6. Air compressors, including starting air compressors
  7. General repair and maintenance of smaller equipment, including galley and refrigeration items

This role requires the use of an automated planned maintenance system. Our preference is experience with ABS NS5 (Safenet), however, other automated experience would be acceptable.

The Assistant Engineer must also perform other duties and tasks as assigned.

Job Requirements:
This position requires a minimum of a limited USCG Merchant Mariners 3rd Engineer’s License for motor vessels of size of no less than 1600 GT / 3000 ITC.

The position requires a valid TWIC card.
The position requires a valid passport.

The position requires a valid MMC or MMD (Zcard).

The position requires STCW training.

Starting salary is $434/day with 75 day rotations. Pay increase available after two full rotations.

Robert Gordon
Manager Crewing
Seabulk Tankers Inc. / Phoenix Crew Management LLC
Phone: 954-627-5277
Cell: 954-625-9954


Marine Spill Response Corporation
220 Spring St, Suite 500
Herndon, VA 20170
(703) 326-5600 (option 4, then option 3)

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USCG Licensed Assistant Engineer
Weeks Marine, Inc - United States
Summary: This crewmember is responsible for operating, maintaining, and repairing the equipment under his care during his watch in compliance with all governmental and company regulations including pollution prevention procedures.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Monitor propulsion, electric generation and dredging equipment.
Provide instruction to Oiler during watch.
Ensure that the Oiler performs his duties efficiently and makes rounds correctly.
Make a round of the engine spaces before accepting watch.
Conduct frequent inspections of the machinery and engine spaces during watch.
Perform routine maintenance, repair work, and make improvements to the plant.
Maintain clean and orderly engine spaces.
Ensure that all loose items are properly stowed.
Maintain official log books.
Maintain oil transfer record book.
Update maintenance records.
Review the Oiler’s log.
Complete the daily report to the Captain and Chief Engineer.
Ensure that all equipment is operating in a safe manner, and that required safety
gear is worn by departmental personnel.
Report and / or correct any unusual machinery operation or vibration.

Other duties, as assigned.

12 hours per day / 3 weeks on, 3 weeks off
Travel required

Education and/or Experience: Dredging experience preferred

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Minimum of 3rd Assistant Engineer of Motor Vessels, Unlimited; STCW '95 Certificate; TWIC

Physical Demands: Ability to lift up to 50 lbs, endure normal weather conditions and rough seas, stand for long periods of time, some climbing, tolerate vibrations and high noise levels.


Licensed Tugboat Captain
Gulf Contractors - Houma, LA 70363
Accepting Applications for inland tugboat captains and mates that hold 100Ton Master with Towing endorsement. Top pay and excellent benefits. Call(985) 873-6111.


Senior DPO

Company Name: Maersk Drilling USA Inc.
Job Category: Maritime
Educational Level: High School/Secondary
Req’d Experience: 2 years
Desired Expertise: Dynamic Position Officer
Proposed Salary:
Country: US
Location: Houston

To apply for this position, please visit:


Seaward Services, Inc. is currently in need of an Ablebody Seaman on board the HSV USNS Guam and HSV USNS Puerto Rico.

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Position: Able Bodied Seaman(AB)
Location: M/V Independence, Wharf B, Port Hueneme, CA 93040

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Mate, 1600 ton, Oceans to operate and maintain the Research Vessel (R/V) OCEANUS


IBU-Employer Hiring & Dispatch Service - Seattle, WA
AB Unlimited preferred with RFPNW for tug boats with all cook/bake skills. Union jobs. Tug exp. preferred. All mariner credentials req. TWIC, MMC, STCW, Passport.


Neale Marine Transportation - Vienna, WV 26105

Position available for licensed towboat captain to work on harbor towboats that operate in the Parkersburg, WV area. Position is full-time averaging 60 hours per week with two consecutive days off per week. Position does not require living on-board the vessel.

All applicants must currently hold a Master of Towing Vessels upon Western Rivers license and submit to random drug testing as required by USCG regulations. Competitive wages and benefits. Benefits package includes health insurance, 401(k), and paid vacation. Applications available for download online at: .

Mail applications/resumes to:
Neale Marine Transportation,
229 Neale Road,
Parkersburg, WV 26105.
Due to USCG regulations, access into our facility without prior appointment is not available to potential candidates.
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Deckhand, General Jackson Showboat, Nashville:


100 ton Captains
AMSI is taking applications for 100 ton Captains. Must have minimum 3 years offshore crew boat experience, TWIC, MROP, drug screen, physical, background check required. Competitive pay based on experience, insurance, 401K. Fax resume to: (409)962-2797 or email:


Oiler - Barge
Superior Energy Services, Inc - Lafayette, LA

Wild Well Control, a Superior Energy Services Company, is the world’s leading provider of firefighting, blowout control, well and marine engineering and training services. In addition to resolving well control and pressure control problems, Wild Well Control’s Engineering group provides well control support, well modeling, contingency planning, relief well designing and risk management planning for well control. Wild Well Control is also accredited by IADC WellCAP® and IWCF to provide Well Control Training – from fundamental to advance classes. The specialized Marine Engineering Group provides computer modeling for offshore structures and floating assets, damage and stability analysis, as well as platform recovery. Superior Energy Services and its subsidiaries are EEO/AA employers. Through participation in the E-Verify program, Superior Energy Services, Inc. electronically verifies the employment eligibility and Social Security Number validity of all new hires.

The Derrick Barge Operations crew is needing a Oiler-Barge to join their team working on new 880 ton Derrick Barges and 5000 HP Anchor handling Tugs. The Oiler reports to the Lead Mechanic/Mechanic and is responsible for assisting in daily, weekly, and
monthly preventive maintenance and repairs onboard of the vessel. This person must have a STCW certification.

The Oiler-Barge MUST have the following minimum requirements:
Mandatory speak and understand the English language
Understand proper use of fire extinguishers, fire hoses, life rafts and preservers, and water lights. Ensure each item is maintained in working order
Keeps engine room clean and painted
Works with mechanics while making repairs
Assists with receiving of bunkers or fresh water on the vessel
Report any unsafe conditions to the Chief Engineer or Master immediately
Must be able to logically resolve issues and communicate with superiors
Must be a self-motivator and work without close supervision
Must be able to prioritize jobs and work under tight time constraints
Must be able to interpret and read technical documents.
Maintain a professional appearance and attitude which promotes the company
Rigorous physical requirements must be met
Must be a High School Graduate or Equivalent
Must have Accredited Oiler certificates
Must have a STCW certification
Must have two (2) years experience with engine room equipment and similarly equipped vessels
Must have a valid passport
TWIC card is preferred
Excellent Benefits : Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, Life, Matching 401(k), Employee Stock Purchase Plan

To be considered for this position, please select the link “Apply Now”. If you experience difficulties in the process or have questions, please call 1-866-771-4490 or chat with our online support staff at Live Chat Support, between the hours of 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Central Time.


Chief Engineer
Seabulk Tankers - Fort Lauderdale, FL
This position requires a minimum of a limited USCG Merchant Mariners Chief Engineer’s License for motor vessels of 1600 GT / 3000 ITC.

The Chief Engineer is the head of the Engine Department on board and holds the primary responsibility for the safe, incident free operation and maintenance of all machinery of the vessel.

The role reports to the Master in all matters concerning this department, its personnel and its functions. This individual is responsible for the overall administration and operation of the Engine department, the on board maintenance and preventive maintenance, remaining in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. The individual is responsible for other engineers and unlicensed personnel assigned to the Engine department. The Chief Engineer is responsible for the safe operation, maintenance and upkeep of machinery on board the vessel. This individual is responsible for the personnel assigned to their department operate safely and efficiency in the execution of their duties. The Chief Engineer responsibility includes taking appropriate steps to ensure that his subordinate engineer officers are informed and complete with all applicable laws and regulations, including proper operation, bunker and lube transfers, emissions, and discharge. The Chief Engineer is also designated as the Environmental Officer on board.

This role requires the use of an automated planned maintenance system. Our preference is experience NS5 (Safenet), however, other automated experience would be acceptable.

The Chief Engineer must also perform other duties and tasks as assigned.

Job Requirements :
This position requires a minimum of a limited USCG Merchant Mariners Chief Engineer’s License for motor vessels of 1600 GT / 3000 ITC.

The position requires a valid TWIC card.
The position requires a valid passport.

The position requires a valid MMD (Zcard).

The position requires STCW training.

The position requires prior experience as a Chief Engineer with a minimum of 5 years sailing experience.


Does anyone have any knowledge of the company called Mar Inc, or the vessel M/V Independence? Thanks , I did a forum search 1st!!


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MARINE PILOT - FIRE BOAT Chicago, Illinois