NOW GATHERING APPLICATIONS FOR AQSC 2021 SEASON START UPS
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Oil and grease moving parts such as gears, shafts and bearings of engine and auxiliary equipment used to propel the vessel by performing the following essential functions.
Duties & Responsibilities
Examine machinery for specified pressure and flow of lubricant
Fill oil and grease reservoirs according to machinery lubrication instructions
Read pressure and temperature gauges and record data in engineering log
Periodically sound potable water and reserve and record data in engineering log
Clean strainers in various systems
Keep working area clean, neat and in orderly condition
Maintain engine room by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing and performing routine painting
Perform maintenance tasks such as packing valves and replacing gauge glass
Assist watch engineer in overhauling and adjusting machinery
Ensure behavior and performance supports the company's Mission
Follow company values in responding to others in work situations
Meet "standards for service" behaviors
Use recovery steps to respond to others who are dissatisfied
Make hospitality standards an important part of day-to-day duties
Be a RESPECT System example for others
Participate in all safety drills and training
Perform any duties and tasks as deemed necessary by the 2nd Assistant Engineer
Minimum Qualifications & Requirements
Professional Certification(s) or License:
Valid Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) -obtain and maintain
USCG Merchant Mariner's Document - QMED
Valid Driver's License
Copy of DD214, if Veteran status
Skills & Abilities
Excellent verbal and written communication skills; must be fluent in English
Ability to interact with individuals at all levels in a pleasant and professional manner
Must be a minimum of 21years of age.
Submit to and pass alcohol and drug tests as mandated by the USCG including but not limited to pre-employment, random, reasonable suspicion and post-accident/incident testing.
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 a moderate to loud noise level.
The Marine operation is subject to varied wake and motion.
Positions both live and work onboard a vessel, on a rotational basis for consecutive port-to-port voyages during the regular season.
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
Crew bed/bunk equipment are rated for 250 lbs maximum weight capacity per bunk.
We are an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.