Able Seaman Job Description Sample
Able Bodied Seaman (Ab) No102
MCDERMOTT INTERNATIONAL INC., is a world-class engineering, fabrication, project management and marine installation contractor. We’ve been providing services to the global offshore oil & gas industry for more than 50 years. Our projects range from deep water subsea facilities to the largest and most complex oil & gas production systems in the world. With operations in the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific and the Middle East, McDermott provides a world of experience. Work Rotation: 42 Days On/42 Days Off Term of Employment: Approximately 6 months, with the possibility of extension
Able Bodied Seafarer/Deck Rating The Able Bodied Seafarer/Deck Rating’s responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
Following the directives of Bosun and Senior Officers with regards to job tasks and required to ensure completion of tasks is done within the parameters for the vessel approved operating procedure.
Knowledge of cargo and anchor handling functions and any other operation related to the safe and efficient operation of the vessel.
Competency in all safety drills and follow operational and safety procedures.
Demonstrating an excellent knowledge of shipboard practices. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
Minimum 5 Years Experience in a similar role
Subsea construction experience (preferred)
Valid STCW Reg. II/4 – Rating Forming Part of a Navigational Watch Certificate of Competency
Valid STCW Reg. IV/2-1 – Survival Craft Certificate
Valid STCW Reg. VI/2-2 – Fast Rescue Craft (preferred)
Helicopter Fire Fighting Training (preferred)
Valid STCW Endorsed Seafarer’s Medical We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Requisition ID: 8564
Tracking Code TWRPEARL-17-1838-F Job Code 17-1838 Posting Title Able-Bodied Seaman Post Date 10/9/2017 Full Time / Part-Time Full Time Pay Rate $13.56 Travel Up to 25% City Pearl Harbor State HI Country US Description ABLE-BODIED SEAMAN (TWRPEARL-17-1838-F): C-Port Marine Services seeks a part-time Able Bodied Seaman to work onboard government vessels out of Naval Station Pearl Harbor (Honolulu, Hawaii). Candidates must possess a USCG Merchant Mariner’s Document for Able Bodied Seaman and STCW certification. Must have experience in deck operations.
Candidates must have experience in routine vessel operations plus the following: •Preventative / corrective maintenance •Deck repairs and modifications •Engineering repairs •Shipboard safety measures (firefighting, basic first-aid and emergency shipboard systems) Requirements • High School Diploma or equivalent education required • Candidates must possess a USCG Merchant Mariner’s Document for Able Bodied Seaman, TWIC and STCW certification. • Must have experience in deck operations. • Must be US Citizen to access Pearl Harbor Military Installation. SECURITY CLEARANCE REQUIRED: Must be able to obtain a security clearance at the Confidential level.
US Citizenship is a required to access Pearl Harbor Military Installation. Applicants may be subject to a pre-employment drug & alcohol screening and/or random drug screen, and must follow UIC’s Non-DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing Program requirements. If the position requires, an applicant must pass a pre-employment criminal background history check.
All post-secondary education listed on the applicant’s resume/application may be subject to verification. Where driving may be required or where a rental car must be obtained for business travel purposes, applicants must have a valid driver license for this position and will be subject to verification. In addition, the applicant must pass an in-house, online, driving course to be authorized to drive for company purposes.
UIC is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, age, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other protected characteristics EOE/AA/M/F/D/V. In furtherance, pursuant to The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act 43 U.S.C.
Sec. 1601 et seq., and federal contractual requirements, UIC and its subsidiaries may legally grant certain preference in employment opportunities to UIC Shareholders and their Descendants, based on the provisions contained within The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. All candidates must apply online at www.uicalaska.com, and submit a completed application for all positions they wish to be considered. Once the employment application has been completed and submitted, any changes to the application after submission may not be reviewed.
Please contact a UIC HR Recruiter if you have made a significant change to your application. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), persons unable to complete an online application should contact UIC Human Resources for assistance (http://www.uicalaska.com/contact-us/human-resources/). UIC Government Services (UICGS / Bowhead) provides innovative business solutions to federal and commercial customers in the areas of engineering, maintenance services, information technology, program support, logistics/base support, and procurement. Collectively, the fast-growing Bowhead Family of Companies offers a breadth of services which are performed with a focus on quality results. Headquartered in Alexandria, VA, we are a fast-growing, multi-million-dollar corporation recognized as one of the top 25 8(a) companies for government contracting. ^ CUT/PASTE this LINK to APPLY: https://rn21.ultipro.com/UKP1001/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=19193
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The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)
Able Bodied Seaman
If Hornbeck Offshore has an anchor, that anchor is the unparalleled crew of mariners who navigate, manage and maintain our vessels. We invite you to read on to learn more about the requirements for our fleet positions and to discover if this may be the career path for you. __________________________________________________________________________________ SUMMARY DESCRIPTION Performs routine deck operations aboard the vessel, including maintaining the cleanliness of the vessel.
SCOPE OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Performs necessary routine maintenance, repairs, and handles ship's business under the direction of the Mate. Prepares for trip and load cargo and ship's stores Stands watch while vessel is underway as required in order to reach destination safely and expeditiously. Maintains the cleanliness of the vessel REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Possess the following valid certifications or licenses:
Merchant Mariners Credentials (MMC) – USCG rating of AB (OSV) and Rating Performing Part of a Navigation Watch endorsed on STCW Valid Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC minimum six (6) months prior to renewal) Valid Passport (minimum six (6) months prior to renewal) Valid Drivers' License (minimum six (6) months prior to renewal) Experience: Previous vessel experience preferred. DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT Applicants will be tested to ensure they can meet the physical demands and situational awareness while performing the tasks required for mooring and unmooring vessels, transferring rigging, laying rigging, handling lines, coupling and uncoupling loads during crane operations, moving and operating portable pumps, handling manifold connections and cargo hoses (charged and empty) across deck, assist rigging and unrigging loads (when qualified), marlinspike seamanship, assisting the engine room department (as needed), assisting in making locks or bridges, routine housekeeping duties, general maintenance, Rules of the Road (USCG) knowledge, and assisting in the navigation of the boat.
These duties will be performed during all types of weather, night and day, and while the vessel is underway. Incumbents are required to use hand tools, power tools, painting equipment, and personal protective gear. Incumbents are frequently required to move equipment that is heavy or awkward and must meet a 100 lb. lifting requirement.
Hitch may be a 28/14 day rotation (projected to be 243 days worked per year) or a 28/28 rotation (projected to be 183 days worked per year) and will commence on or before 3/31/2018. Pay range for this position is $180 - $190 USD per day dependent upon vessel class, experience, licensing, and time within the industry. Based on these day rate ranges and rotation the projected annual compensation would be in the range of: $44,000 to $47,000 USD -28/14 rotation $33,000 to $35,000 USD -28/28 rotation __________________________________________________________________________________ Note:
Rotation schedule may vary and is subject to change based on vessel requirements. Walk-ins will be accepted by appointment only. M/F/EEO/AA Employer/Vet/Disabled SDL2017
Engineering Technician III - AB Seaman
Supporting the Most Exciting and Meaningful Missions in the World Engineering Technician III - AB Seaman Duties and General Functions:Position is on the Navy Ship HUGO Compiles, processes, reduces, and analyzes test data and results. Operate and maintain marine propulsion (diesel/gasoline) and electrical/hydraulic systems; in both inland and open ocean boat operations of boats up to 100 feet. Performs non-routine and complex assignments involving responsibility for planning and conducting a complete project of relatively limited scope or a portion of a larger and more diverse project. Selects and adapts plans, techniques, designs, or layouts. Contacts personnel in related activities to resolve problems and coordinate the work. Reviews analysis, and integrates the technical work of others. Provides supervision and training to other technicians. Performs all other duties as assigned; Other Experience, Skills, Requirements, and Information:
The unlicensed crew are directly accountable to the Mate or his relief.
They performs a variety of duties concerned with the operation and upkeep of deck department areas and equipment, paints the ship and tow, cleaning the interior and exterior of the ship including the quarters, wheelhouse, galley, heads and companionways and other cleaning duties as directed by the Mate.
Make up and breaking the tow, standing lookout or riding the head of the tow as a lookout and performing various tasks necessary to carry out the above such as operating winches and line handing, including splicing and throwing lines.
In addition, when assigned to watch duty, this incumbent performs a variety of duties, including looking for obstructions in path of vessel, steering vessel, serving on security patrol, and standing gangway watch.
They may be required to prepare meals as directed by the master of the ship
Must possess the appropriate Merchant Mariner Credential (MMC)
Vessel Masters require Coast Guard licenses of appropriate tonnage for vessel being operated
Must be able to lift up to 100 lbs.
Travel Required up to 120 days a year
Works with Hazards materials
Certified Crane Operator
A minimum of 6 years’ experience in performing the stated functions
All candidates will be required to pass a Drug Screening
Possess a valid driver’s license Education Required:
High School Diploma or equivalent
Successful completion of technical school, trade school, or advanced armed services technical school curriculum or course in electricity, electronics, avionics, mechanics, armaments/ordnance, or engineering technology; or completion of at least 30 semester hours (45 quarter hours) of courses at an accredited college or university in an engineering, scientific, or technical curriculum. Clearance
Must be a US Citizen
Must be able to obtain and hold a Secret Clearance. Work Conditions: Conditions will vary. Most work performed at sea in varying weather conditions. Work will include Standing Navigational watch for a min of 8 hours per day, which will include standing and the Monitoring of radio communications, conversing with US Naval Ships, and monitoring all radar contacts. Other duties will include at times, assisting the Deck Crew in the handling of tag lines, launching and recovering of 8 meter RHIB boats and other types of craft used for marine targets. Working on deck may be in adverse weather condition and may require late working hours at times. Other responsibilities may include procurement, some clerical duties, tracking and maintaining the ships safety equipment condition and expiration dates. May occasionally be required to lift objects whose weight exceeds 50 pounds. Special vision abilities to perform this job are close vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust and focus An Equal Opportunity Employer. PAE’s hiring practices provide equal opportunity for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, gender, national origin, age, United States military veteran’s status, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, family structure, medical condition including genetic characteristics or information, veteran status, or mental or physical disability so long as the essential functions of the job can be performed with or without reasonable accommodation, or any other protected category under federal, state, or local law. EEO is the Law Poster at http://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeoc_self_print_poster.pdf JOIN OUR TALENT NETWORK at http://www.jobs.net/jobs/pae/join PAE is a leading provider of enduring support for the essential missions of the U.S. government, its allied partners and international organizations. With over 60 years of experience, PAE supports the execution of complex and critical missions by providing global logistics and stability operations, technical services and national security solutions to customers around the world. PAE has a workforce of approximately 15,000 people in over 60 countries on all seven continents and is headquartered in Arlington, VA. In compliance with the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA), should you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for a currently open position with PAE, please call Recruiting at (703) 656-6064 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with "Disability Assistance" in the subject line.
Shipyard Trades - Navy Veterans
Seeking Skill Shipyard Trades to work in Hampton Roads, VA / Pearl Harbor, HI / Kittery, ME
Excellent opportunity for transitioning Navy veterans looking to gain civilian experience.
- Diesel Mechanics (Must have shipboard experience)
- Marine Insulators
- Structural welders
- Pipe Welders
- Sheet Metal Mechanics
- Pump Mechanics
- Valve Mechanics
- Spray Painters or Brush & Roll Painters
- Outside Machinist
- Shipwrights/Stage Builders/Scaffold Builders
- Inside Machinist – Conventional & CNC
- Marine electricians
- Deck Tile Installers
- Ship Superintendent
Transitioning for Military Veterans:
- Damage Controlman
- Machinist Mates
- Gas Turbine Mechanics
- Hull Technicians
- Electrician Mates
- Machinery Repairman
- Boatswain Mates
- Aviation Boatswain Mate
- Deck Seaman
- Must have Reliable Transportation
- 3+ years of Shipyard Experience or Navy equivalent
Pay range from $15-$29.00/hr. Per Diem and travel available for some contracts. Having held a security clearance would be a definite plus. US Navy Personnel strongly encouraged to apply.
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AB Tankerman (Offshore) - HMG
Responsible for the safe and efficient transfer of petroleum products between barges, ships, and facilities including completion of bills of lading and gauge reports. The job responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
Monitor product level in tanks, operate diesel engines, operate cargo pumps, operate tank/pipeline valves, and operate manual and hydraulic booms.
Communicate with foreign crews and oil facility personnel.
Adjust and secure barge lines.
Complete loading and discharge gauge reports. Load 55 gallon drums.
Inspect vessel for Coast Guard and state regulatory compliance.
Check oil and water in any equipment on board before putting in use.
Participate in onboard drills with tug crews when job permits.
General barge maintenance and cleanliness.
Hydrostatic testing of cargo hoses and piping.
Change engine oil and filters.
Splice barge lines and boom running gear.
Other duties as assigned.
Previous experience as a tank barge PIC on oil barges required.
Possess a valid Coast Guard Merchant Mariners Document with Able Seaman PIC endorsement.
Knowledge of Coast Guard and state requirements for transfer operations.
Valid first aid/CPR training certificate.
Complete HAZWOPER training within 90 days of hire.
Ability to think and respond quickly to emergency situations (oil spills, mechanical failures, etc.).
Ability to maintain professional relations with customers.
Must have physical ability to maneuver cargo hoses, handle barge lines and board vessels by use of an Accommodation ladder, Jacob’s ladder or tugboat.
Must possess good communication skills by voice and/or visual hand signals.
Ability to complete accurate paperwork. Knowledge of basic math skills (add, subtract, multiply, and divide).
Knowledge of company safety practices.
Must be able to read, speak, and understand English over telephone and/or radio.
Valid state driver’s license.
Use of Air purifying respirator, Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), air monitoring equipment, hearing protection, VHF radio, hand tools, tow lines, high level alarms and thermometer.
Operates diesel engines, cargo pumps, hydraulic booms, cargo gear, gate valves, and butterfly valves.
Exposure to all weather conditions (rain, ice, snow, heat, wind, heavy seas, etc.)
Must not be afraid of heights.
Ability to adapt to a variety of schedules and hours
Able to work weekends, holidays, and at night. Willing to take call outs. Harley Marine Services, Inc. is a leading provider of marine transportation services in the United States. Harley Marine operates on the United States West Coast (including Alaska), New York Harbor, the U.S. Gulf Coast and the Mississippi River System. Services provided include the transportation and storage of petroleum products, tanker escort, ship assist, the transportation of general cargo and rescue towing. Harley Marine is the parent company of eight businesses specializing in marine services and a bulk liquids terminal business. Harley Marine provides accounting, administrative, human resources, quality, safety and environmental services, as well as operational oversight to the subsidiary companies. Harley Marine Services offers competitive benefit and compensation packages. We are an Equal Employment Opportunity and Drug Free Work place. Pre-employment drug testing is required. ID: 2017-1444 FLSA Status: Non-Exempt External Company URL: www.harleymarine.com
Temporary Marine Relief Positions
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Job no:506238 Classification:Ext Temporary Trades Grade:Grade 75 Work type:Marine Worker, Temporary Administrative Unit:University of Alaska Fairbanks School/Business unit:School of Fisheries & Ocean Science Location:Seward Categories:Marine Worker
The R/V Sikuliaq, pronounced [see-KOO-lee-auk], is a 261-foot oceanographic research ship capable of bringing scientists to the ice-choked waters of Alaska and the polar regions. This is a recruitment pool for temporary relief positions for Marine Deck roles on the ship, specifically, for 2nd Mate, 3rd Mate, and AB unlimited.
The Sikuliaq, one of the most advanced university research vessels in the world, is able to break ice up to 2.5 feet thick. Constructed at Marinette Marine Corporation, a shipyard in Marinette, Wisconsin, the Sikuliaq is home ported in Alaska, at UAF's Seward Marine Center in Seward Alaska. Duties: *Bridge Operations-2nd Mate Normally stands 8 hours of navigational bridge watch, continuously monitoring the vessel''s position, plotting ship''s position, using and following chart plots, tracking ship''s movement using GPS, radar, celestial or terrestrial fixes, navigational aids; ; maintain logs and other records tracking the ships movements; supervises qualified and alert lookouts during watch at sea to ensure a properly maintained and efficient watch; checks to the helm steers correct courses, maneuvers ship, monitors communication and operational safety, under Master''s supervision, transits and facilitates and supports the efficient scientific operations of each voyage. Ensure that the proper procedures and safety practices are followed, check that bridge and navigation related machinery and equipment are in good working order.
*Bridge Operations-3rd Mate Normally stands 8 hours of navigational bridge watch, plotting ship''s position, following chart plots, tracking ship''s movement using GPS, radar, celestial or terrestrial fixes; posts qualified and alert lookouts during watch at sea to ensure a properly maintained and efficient watch; maintains required logs and records; checks that helm steers correct courses, maneuvers ship, under Master''s supervision, communicates and coordinates mission support with departments and research personnel to ensure operational readiness and efficient scientific operations of each voyage. Follows safety policies, procedures, and guidelines of ship''s safety management.
*Deck Operations-AB Unlimited As directed by the Chief Mate and Boatswain, this unlicensed Deck Department position is responsible for: maintenance of deck department spaces, decks, tools, equipment, machinery, small crafts, and associated gear; operation of all non-engineering area deck machinery, crafts adheres to safety guidelines, policies, and procedures; operating deck equipment including winches, A-frames, cranes, davits, and windlass; adhering to safe and proper operation of anchor windlass, capstans, cranes, winches and other deck machinery; loading and stowing stores, scientific equipment; handling lines, operating capstans, when mooring or unmooring from berth; operating windlass when anchoring; rigging of gangway and setting associated safety; properly lashing deck cargo and securing hatches. Able to work non-standard flexible watch hours; stand watch as look-out, helm as part of a bridge navigation watch; operate small boats.Essential Cleaning and Maintenance-AB Unlimited Performs routine preventative general maintenance of all Deck Department assigned interior and exterior areas including ship''s hull, deck, bulkheads, and superstructure; maintain sanitary cleanliness of ship; operating and maintaining deck machinery such as the cranes, davits, handling systems, A-frame, windlass and winches; care and protection of deck equipment and rigging.Essential Navigation and duties assigned-2nd Mate Maintains all navigational equipment, publications, and charts.
Maintains accurate navigational chart inventories and publication supply inventories and recommends orders. As Navigator, responsible for updating and correcting charts and publications, passage plans, science cruise plan entry of mission stations into Electronic Chart Display Information System (ECDIS). Ensures that all standard navigation day''s work is performed by all watches and that operational checklists are maintained. Plots voyage tracks for the Master''s approval using up-to-date Sailing Directions, Coast Pilot, Light List, Tide and Current Tables.
Ensures all required flags are aboard in good condition. Weather Officer: Responsible for gathering weather information, general maintenance of all weather related equipment assigned and adequate supplies are on board at all times.
Review consumables, track service to prevent unnecessary duplication. Responsible for radio and GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety System) radio. Routine inspections of bridge and navigation related machinery and equipment.
Ensures bridge electronics, alarms systems and lights are in good working order; provides training to all watch personnel on the bridge in safe navigational practices and in the proper use of navigational equipment to include deck alarm systems, fixed fire, smoke, flooding systems, security rounds and systems, and gangway watch procedures. Ability to operate small boats. Assists the deck when tying up the vessel.
Actively serve in duties as defined by the Master, as part of ship''s safety management and emergency preparedness.
Actively participate in all emergency drills and situations and performs other duties as assigned. Member of firefighting and emergency response teams.
Perform other related duties as required. Prepares and maintains turnover notes for reliefs.
Perform and assist with other related duties as required or directed.Essential Safety Officer, Small Boat Officer, and Duties Assigned-3rd Mate Responsible under supervision of the Chief Mate, for the condition and repair of the lifeboats, life rafts, life rings, life jackets, and other lifesaving equipment, all fire fighting, damage control and other safety or emergency equipment, that is not delegated to other departments.
Prepares reports and submits requisitions to the Chief Mate for approval. Advises crew as to their emergency stations and duties during emergencies and emergency drills; if assigned to command a life raft or rescue boat, musters the crew, instructing them in their duties and in proper handling of survival gear EPIRBS, SARTS, immersion suits, and thermal protection. Maintains accurate and orderly damage control locker, emergency supply inventories, service records, and order status.
Follows and maintains historical and current documentation requirements and regulations for inspections. Performs inspection, maintenance, and inventories of all lifesaving, emergency, damage control, and designated personal protective equipment. Follows safety policies and procedures.
Operate small boats. Assists deck with vessel mooring, loading and stowage. Actively serve in duties as defined by the Master, as part of ship''s safety management and emergency preparedness.
Actively participate in all emergency drills and situations and performs other duties as assigned. Member of firefighting and emergency response teams.
Prepares and maintains turnover notes for reliefs.
Perform and assist with other related duties as required or directed.Essential Safety-AB Unlimited Adheres to safe working practices ensuring safety of all hands involved in deck related operations through training, use proper safety equipment, and following safety procedures and guidelines. Understands pertinent safety, environmental, regulatory rules and regulations. Keeps Chief Mate and Boatswain well informed on a daily basis.
Member of firefighting and emergency response teams. Able to assume the duties of the cox''n or man in charge of the life raft or rescue boat. Perform other related duties as required.Essential The 261' global class, ice-capable research vessel SIKULIAQ will have a crew of 20 (9 deck, 8 engineer, 3 steward) along with 2 shipboard science system technicians.
The Seward Marine Center (SMC) campus is a 13 acre field station under the School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences on the waterfront of Resurrection Bay (www.Seward.com). The job is as a crew member on board SIKULIAQ and there is no need to live in Seward. This is a temporary relief position for Marine Deck positions on the ship. This Job listing is for 2nd Mate, 3rd Mate, and AB unlimited. *Reporting to the Master, the Second Mate is a deck watch officer aboard SIKULIAQ at sea and in port in the Deck Department and assists the Master and Chief Mate with duties; designated the ship's navigation officer; maintains all navigation, GMDSS weather, equipment, publications, charts, flags, inventories, and prepares information for the bridge.
Plots voyage tracks for Master's approval. *Reporting to the Master, the Third Mate is a Deck Watch Officer and assists the Master and senior deck officers with duties as assigned. As designated the ship's Safety Officer, maintains lifesaving, fire fighting, damage control and other emergency equipment. Is vessel's small boat safety officer and assists in training the crew in emergency drill procedures.
Stands inport security watch. Assists deck when tying up the vessel. Follows and ensures safety policies and procedures. *Able-Bodied Seaman Unlimited (AB) general shipboard duties include: operating and maintaining deck machinery such as the cranes, windlass or winches, over the side science gear; rigging and cargo stowage & handling; assist in handling science equipment on deck for deployment and retrieval of science packages; overhaul and install any running or standing rigging on the ship, splice wire or fiber line, to work aloft and over the side of the ship, and to be able to sew, repair, and mend canvas; prepare surfaces, properly mixing and applying paint; helmsman and competent lookout as a member of the navigational bridge watch; maintain the bridge in a clean and shipshape condition; handle mooring and operate equipment for mooring the ship; maintain assigned passageways; work with small boats; member of emergency and lifesaving teams.
Applicants will be required to provide documentation of participation in random drug testing program for at least 60 of the preceding 185 days, did not have any positive test results, and did not refuse to take a required test. If not under employment, where a random drug testing program exists, the applicant shall provide a completed test indicating they are free of illegal substance abuse, when requested by Seward Marine Center, prior to employment. Testing will be for the presence of cocaine, opiates, marijuana (THC), amphetamines and PCP (phencyclidine). Testing will be in accordance with the Department of Transportation Program and testing shall be in accordance with United States Coast Guard Drug and Alcohol Testing guidelines outlined in the Federal Register 46 C.F.R. 4, 5, and 16.
Each applicant must submit the following legible documents to be considered for the position: a) resume b) three professional work references with complete contact information c) legible copy of USCG MMC, unlimited oceans submit all pages) TWIC card d) MMC Medical certificate e) legible copy of valid state driver's license front and back f) legible copy of U.S. Passport In addition, the 2nd Mate and 3rd Mate must submit ECDIS & GMDSS (in MMC) Documentation and VPDSD or VSO Documents (either in MMC or proof of completion). *If you have questions regarding the relief positions or qualifications, please contact Doug Baird Port Captain, at 907-224-4300. *If you need assistance applying to this posting, please contact the UAF Office of Human Resources at 907-474-7700. SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Background Check: The successful applicant may be required to complete a background check. Any offer of employment is contingent on the background check.
At-Will: Pursuant to Board of Regents’ Policy 04.01.055.B, temporary, extended temporary, adjunct, student, casual labor, regular new hire probationary employees and those positions designated by the president as officers and senior administrators of the university are employed at-will. Training Policy:
It is the policy of the University of Alaska Fairbanks that all employees are required to attend training to meet the requirements of the positions they hold, and to complete the required training within a specified period of time to remain employed at UAF. The policy can be located at: http://www.uaf.edu/chancellor/policy/04.07.010/ Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action: The University of Alaska is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and educational institution.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, physical or mental disability, marital status, changes in marital status, pregnancy or parenthood, genetic code or retaliation. Drug-Free Workplace: Pursuant to Board of Regent’ Policy 04.02.040, the University of Alaska is a Drug-Free Workplace.
This prohibits the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession, or use by an employee of a controlled substance in any workplace of the university. Tobacco-Free Campus: UAF Campus is a tobacco free campus. For more information, please go to:http://www.uaf.edu/tobaccofreecampus/ Advertised:19 Jun 2017Alaskan Daylight Time Applications close:
Deputy Director Of Water Resources
Job Summary The City of Greeley, a community over 100,000 is seeking water professionals committed to providing utilities for a growing, dynamic community. Come take part in this effort As a part of the Water & Sewer Department, you will work with a group of professionals dedicated to continuing and enhancing Greeley's leadership role in the Colorado water community.
Are you someone with the courage and skills to make a difference? Do you have a desire to contribute in a significant way? Come join our team.
If you are innovative, enjoy challenges and are seeking a position with significant responsibility, come see what Greeley has to offer. Would you like to be part of a team with a legacy of foresight, quality and planning dating back over 100 years? The individual selected for this position will be an integral member of the Water & Sewer management team.
JOB SUMMARY: The Deputy Director for Water Resources is responsible for managing and developing the City's water rights and resources. Duties include:
Managing raw water operations; Implementing water resource programs and infrastructure projects identified in the City's Water Master Plan; Protecting and developing the City's water rights portfolio; Representing the City and its interests on ditch company and non-profit boards or other stakeholder groups that impact the City's water rights and resources; Managing the Water Resources staff (17 staff members); and Responsible for establishing and monitoring project and program budgets. Current priorities are on implementing water resource programs and infrastructure projects identified in the City's Water Master Plan by overseeing, coordinating, and obtaining resources for: The expansion of Milton Seaman Reservoir; Acquisition of water rights; and Reviewing the City's raw water dedication and related codes and policies.
Experience, Knowledge, Skills EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS (equivalent combination of the following): B.S. in Civil Engineering, Water Resources or related degree; PE certification desired; 5 years of experience in water resources planning and management of a municipal water system or equivalent combination of education and experience; Experience obtaining permits and related approvals from local, state, and federal entities for construction and maintenance projects; Experience in construction and real property contract development and management; Knowledge of NEPA (40 CFR Part 230.21 through 230.77), the Council on Environmental Quality (40 CFR 1500 through 1508), and the Corps NEPA regulatory requirements (33 CFR Part 325 Appendix B); Knowledge of Colorado Water Law (water rights and administration); Experience with water rights in the Poudre and Big Thompson River basins desired; Experience with purchase of water rights or property. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Communicate complex concepts in writing; Develop and implement policies in a clear and understandable manner; Develop relationships with people and agencies that will enhance the water resource function.
Perform detailed analysis of water resources available and coordinate with projected needs; Evaluate organizational activities and make recommendations based upon critical analysis; Communicate verbally in face-to-face and one-to-one setting, using a telephone and in person; Comprehend and make inferences from written material; Work independently and within a team environment; Excellent oral and written communication skills necessary; Experience in conflict resolution. Effective leadership, and time management skills; Coordinate and direct the activities of professional, technical, maintenance, and administrative support staff; Negotiate, coordinate, and administer a variety of agreements for a variety of consulting services and outside services. Develop, implement and monitor budget, goals, and objectives, which includes decisions and commitments made that involve large expenditures of funds and have significant impact not only on the City organization but also on the community as a whole.
Direct and provide management support for all department divisions. Apply principles, techniques, theories, and methods of public administration. Guides are limited to broad statements of program objectives, government regulations, and City operating practices and policies.
Develop new programs and concepts thorough extensive analysis and interpretations of previously unevaluated facts. Maintain frequent contact with City administrative staff, officials, organization representatives, other governmental agencies and non-City personnel to give and obtain information and gain concurrence and cooperation. Develop and maintain effective teamwork.
Interact with city employees and the public in an effective manner Work Environment and Physical Requirements WORKING ENVIRONMENT: Majority of time will be spent in an office with occasional field work necessary. Some travel is required.
Frequent public contact by telephone and in person. Frequent participation in meetings. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Vision enough to read maps, layouts, water documents and other visual aids; Manual dexterity to operate a personal computer and related equipment. Hearing and speech enough to communicate to other agencies, water users, developers, etc. Mobility enough to access water resource measurements in rough terrain such as farm/fields/ditch banks. SDL2017
Application Developer Intern (Must BE Able TO Obtain Secret Clearance)
Clearance Level Must Currently Possess:
No Active Clearance Required
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain:
No Suitability Required
Job Description: Essential Job Functions: • Support many different tasks, including software programming, maintenance, analysis, and user support in the functional areas of training systems, infrastructure and tools development using C/C++, Java, or Ada programming languages along with web technologies. • Provide technical support to maintain and advance capabilities of Navy computing systems. Tasks include, but are not limited to, application software development, virtualization technologies, hardware, operating systems (Linux, Solaris, HP, VxWorks, etc.), middleware, integration, troubleshooting, maintenance, and research and development for Navy programs (e.g., AEGIS, Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD), etc.), and their supporting systems. • Assists the project team with gathering requirements from a technical perspective and developing documentation of system specifications.
Codes, tests, and debugs computer programs from specifications. • Assists in designing and implementing new methods, procedures, and systems (both automated and manual) to improve the processing and flow of information within the company. • Gathers information from users for analysis of technical problem areas and prepares elementary feasibility studies. As the largest pure-play IT services provider serving the U.S. government sector, CSRA is where you can come to be successful. Join a collaborative team, solving customer issues and accessing an array of resources for your success.
Take advantage of tremendous opportunities as you help us chart our path to industry leadership, and tap into our collective 90+ year heritage. With combined FY15 revenues of approximately $5.5 billion and nearly 19,000 employees, CSRA represents the coming together - figuratively and literally - of two outstanding companies: the North American Public Sector business of CSC and SRA. Join us and watch your career take flight. Basic Qualifications • Currently working toward an Associate's or Bachelor's degree (or global equivalent) • Degree program in computer science, management information systems, or related field preferred • Zero or more years of technology-related work experience • Experience with system development or system analysis preferred • Experience working with relevant programming languages, operating systems, hardware, and software preferred Other Qualifications • Basic interpersonal skills to interact with customers and team members • Basic communication skills • Basic analytical and problem solving skills for design, creation and testing of programs • Ability to work in a team environment MUST BE ABLE TO OBTAIN SECRET CLEARANCE # of Openings:
1 Scheduled Weekly Hours:
40 T elecommuting Options:
Telecommuting Not Allowed
Work Location: USA VA King George - 17021 Combs Dr (VAS043)
Additional Work Locations:
CSRA is committed to creating a diverse environment and is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
THINK NEXT. NOW. CSRA is tomorrow’s thinking, today.
To “Think Next. Now.” is to imagine a better future and to deliver it, today. For our customers, our partners, and ultimately, all the people our mission touches, CSRA is realizing the promise of technology to change the world through next-generation thinking and meaningful results.
We understand that our customers' missions require new methods and imaginative thinking. We bring together government IT professionals, emerging technologies, and the brightest, cutting-edge advisors in the industry to deliver a broad range of innovative, next-generation IT solutions and professional services to help our customers modernize their legacy systems, protect their networks and assets, and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of mission-critical functions for our warfighters and our citizens. Everywhere you look, CSRA is there.
We’re in our nation’s infrastructure, in training and education, in cyber security, in serving veterans who served us—and, so much more. Take some time to learn more about CSRA. You might be surprised to learn how we touch your life.
We are a company of 18,000+ smart, talented individuals, yet we enjoy a start-up culture that inspires us to make a difference while delivering results in this rapidly evolving world. Join our team and use your skills and expertise to support the safety, security, health and well-being of the nation.
Warehouse Clerk - Must Be Able To Communicate In English
Monday- Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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