Able Bodied Seaman is responsible to memorize and carry out assignments.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in writing.
Complete work assignments as directed by the Chief Mate.
Demonstrate well-developed inter-personal skills.
Set and achieve high standards of performance.
Demonstrate initiative and be able to make progress on multiple assignments under time constraints.
Understudy the Third Mate.
One-year experience on seagoing vessels.
High Speed passenger vessel experience preferred.
Water Jet Experience preferred.
Current or Prior MSC Training a plus.
Maintain compliance with USCG physical standards.
Ability to stand and walk on nearly a constant basis; ability to work long hours each day.
Ability to bend, rotate and reach frequently.
Ability to carry, push/pull and/or lift materials weighing upwards of 50 lbs.
Ascending/descending stairs or ladders safely.
Ability to manipulate/handle/grip materials required to perform job.
Ability to maneuver through/in/around small and/or confined areas within the vessel.
Must be able to maintain both static and dynamic standing balance to complete various duties associated with job.
Must be capable of performing emergency duties as listed in the vessel’s station bill.
Be aware of the importance of the permit to operate and how operation of the vessel is governed by the IMO-HSC and other documents and regulations
Successful completion of in-house IMO-HSC Type Rating Program.
Be able to acquire and maintain a Secret Clearance.
Accept Immunizations as required by Contract due to area of operation and/or nature of work.
Participate in Seawards Services, Inc. (SSI), Military Sealift Command (MSC), Safety, Seamanship and other training or meetings as required.
Memorize and carry out assignments on the Watch Quarter Station Bill.
Know location of all safety equipment, including fire extinguishers, fire and bilge pumps, fire hoses, lifejacket lockers, emergency lighting, first aid supplies and rescue equipment.
Know proper lifejacket donning methods.
Participate in the operation of the vessel within the legal requirements of the USCG and other pertinent regulatory agencies under the supervision of the Mate.
Monitor safety issues and report hazards to the Mate for correction.
Participate in Safety, Seamanship and other training as required.
Participate in drills as directed by the Mate.
Participate in meetings as requested.
Ensure that safety equipment is provided and properly used for all tasks involving physical hazards.
Assist, under the direction of the Mate, with the safe mooring, docking of the vessel in a variety of weather and water stage conditions.
Assist with routine maintenance, painting and clean up as instructed by the Mate.
Stay aware of guest service and safety issues and provide regular and dependable feedback to the Master by way of the Mate
The majority of work is performed in a Marine environment in both indoor and outdoor conditions with exposure to various temperatures and weather conditions, along with moderate to loud noise levels.
Must be capable of working on vessel in all types of weather conditions during day and night hours.
Wear the proper uniform and be well groomed at all times.
Wear a work vest when participating in the mooring of the vessel or undertaking other exposed duties.
Must be able to make independent decisions yet follow orders in an emergency.
The Marine operation is subject to varying levels of motion, movement and vibration.
The AB both lives and works onboard a vessel, on a rotational basis, generally for 63 Days on – 63 Days off (+).
Complete Familiarization Checklist – A (TR-AL-CL-010)
Complete Familiarization Checklist – B (TR-SS-CL-010)
HS Diploma or Equivalency
Professional Certification(s) or License:
A valid Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC).
Have and maintain a valid U.S. Passport.
AB Unlimited rating
RFPNW, Lifeboatman (PSC), VPDSD, and STCW 95 (BST) endorsements
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