Barge Captain Job Description Sample
Job Purpose: The Barge Supervisor is responsible for undertaking all deck activities safely and efficiently in coordination with the Offshore Construction Supervisor (formerly Bridge Supervisor) / Senior Offshore Construction Supervisor.
Job Scope: To supervise all deck operations in a safe manner following the Company Quality Health Safety & Environment (QHS&E) policy To brief the deck crew on the work scope and to ensure that they are fully aware of any safety precautions to be observed Overall control of all lifting operations and to ensure lift plans are in place and have been reviewed as necessary To ensure that clear, unambiguous directions are given to the Crane Operator when moving loads around the vessel Ensure that, during extensive lifting operations, the work is planned such that the crane operator(s) are adequately rested and are able to have regular comfort and meal breaks To ensure that project rigging is color coded To ensure that any rigging suspected of being defective is quarantined To ensure the worksite is maintained in a clean and tidy manner with good housekeeping a priority To liaise with the Project Engineer to ensure that all project materials have been loaded prior to sailing To ensure that all loose items are thoroughly secured prior to going to sea Assist with anchor, winch, wire and rope running during berthing as directed by the Captain Pipelay To transfer the product from storage location (main reels or carousels) to working/installation location To spool the pipe in a safe and orderly manner Instruct the Dynamic Positioning (DP) Operators on vessel movements, speeds and power settings along the pipe route where applicable Liaise with pipelay Operators during pipelay operations To control pipelay tension during lay with guidance from the Senior Offshore Construction Supervisor Instruct the Reel Operators on speed with guidance from the Senior Offshore Construction Supervisor Control all spooling and loading operations and act as a single point of contact with the storage base Foreman. Control the simultaneous operations between storage base and vessel On completion of the project, the Supervisor shall:
Assist the Senior Offshore Construction Supervisor in project demobilisation as required Attend and actively participate in project debriefing session(s) Procedural: Have an appreciation of relevant industry legislative requirements and guidance notes and ensure the team s compliance Have a good knowledge of Company safety management systems and ensure the team s compliance, in particular: o Permit to Work (PTW) system o Relevant operational and safety procedures o Vessel and system familiarisation format o Management of Change (MoC) Be familiar with the work scope and inspect the same to ensure its compliance with the Company safety standards Be familiar with any special procedures and/or equipment to be used for the work Actively participate in procedural reviews Determine and ensure the safe execution of the work scope Ensure that any operation is covered by a risk assessment and that risk assessments are reviewed and updated when required Personnel Management and Communication: Provide decision making, leadership and assertiveness, as team leader, to effectively manage the personnel under his/her direction and control Ensure that the team maintain the safety and security of the working environment Ensure all deck personnel are familiarized with the safe use of deck equipment Plan and ensure effective communications with the team Ensure an effective shift handover including any safe work procedure and explanation of current working conditions Maintain good inter-personal and communication skills with colleagues and Supervisors Assist the
Certified Welding Inspector - Lay Barge
Title: Certified Welding Inspector
- Lay Barge
This work is on a lay barge in Israel. Three man rotation, 6 weeks on
- 3 weeks off. One hitch days next hitch nights. There is one lead CWI position and two CWI positions. Those without lay barge experience need not apply.
This work does not begin until March of 2018.
ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
Examines inspection records to determine inspection schedule and remedial actions conform with procedures and regulations.
Examines containers, piping, tubing, and fittings for leaks and for adherence to government specifications for pressure level, design, construction, and installation.
Examines and tests components and support systems such as relief valves, steam vaporizers, safety devices, electrical equipment, and exhaust systems conformance to standards and regulations.
Connects test equipment using hand tools and tests calibration of meters and gauges.
Inspects pipe-joining methods used by other personnel such as fusion and pipe welding.
Witnesses and monitors work activities, inspections, and testing in accordance with approved quality plans, site surveillance plans, ITPs, procedures, and processes.
Track non-conformities and monitor/assist in efforts to resolve and close them.
Conducts inspections to ensure proper preservation of electrical, instrument, and telecom components.
Conducts and participates in MC/pre-commissioning inspection and reviews of final dossiers.
Maintains records and prepares reports of results of inspections.
Produces relevant field quality inspection reports and provides quality metrics.
Discusses and explains procedures and regulations or need for corrective action with appropriate personnel.
Evaluates the validity and acceptability of inspection, examination, and/or testing results.
Performs quality inspections on work currently performed or work that has been recently completed utilizing established checklists and/or other quality related documents.
Makes responsible decisions in the field for the required work to be accomplished and removes equipment, materials, installations, or the work that failed to meet specifications.
Monitors job performance and makes independent judgments related to continued quality and safe work performance having authority to halt jobs if necessary.
Ensures project permitting requirements are followed including pre and post-project notifications.
Recommends updates/revisions to policies and procedures based on field observations where procedures may not be followed because they are unclear, incorrect, or non-existent.
Inspects, tests, or measures materials, products, installations, or work for conformance to specifications.
Measures dimensions, materials, products, installations or work for conformance to specifications.
Measures dimensions to verify conformance to specification using measuring instruments such as rulers, calipers, gauges, and/or micrometers.
Inspects construction activities for quality assurance of design and regulatory requirements.
Conducts special inspections of newly revised procedures and/or newly certified personnel.
Facilitates the timely and effective resolution of quality issues by serving as a liaison between the QC/QA Manager and/or Foreman.
Documents and reports inspection findings and construction activities to meet standards, industry practices, and safety and environmental guidelines. Communicates findings to crews, supervisors, and management as appropriate.
Recommends additional training, if deemed necessary, for field personnel based on findings of inspections. Coaches supervisors on the content of the inspection form and how to conduct effective inspections.
Identifies problems and provides recommendations for solutions and improvements and implements changes as approved.
Ensures Operator Qualifications including the current plastic fusion and/or welding certification documentation are current and in compliance prior to work being performed.
Other duties as assigned.
Auto req ID: 13653BR
Country: United States
State or Province: Louisiana
Liquid Barge Technician
I. BASIC FUNCTION Carry out the operations of cleaning liquid tank barges while maintaining a safe and productive atmosphere.
II. RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Performing all aspects of liquid barge cleaning work including prepare/check equipment, enter and exit barges, use cleaning equipment. 2. Utilize hand tools such as pressure washers, mechanical spinners, or brushes to effectively clean the tank barges. 3.
Maintain a clean and safe working environment that complies with environmental guidelines and policies. 4. Stay compliant with all regulatory bodies as it applies to the work that is being completed and with all safety rules and policies. 5. Utilize proper PPE while cleaning tank barges. 6.
Perform other duties as required and directed by management. 7. This position may involve travel to multiple locations. 8. Carry out and the Business Philosophy, Code of Conduct, and Mission of Illinois Marine Towing and Canal Barge Company, Inc. IV. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS · Extensive hands-on experience in liquid barges cleaning, familiar with pumps, compressors, gauges and tanks · High school education or equivalent required · Ability to properly gauge tanks · valid Drivers License; CDL preferred but not required · TWIC Card V.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Physical requirements of the job include climbing ladders and stairs, repetitive bending and stooping, lifting heavy marine equipment, and lifting objects from various levels ranging from 10-100 pounds. Ability to work outdoors in all elements during all seasons. Illinois Marine Towing is a wholly owned subsidiary within Canal Barge Corporation, so you’ll experience the small company atmosphere with the benefits of a larger corporation.
Our compensation package includes, outside of the competitive wage, full insurance benefits (medical, dental, vision & life, disability): 401(k) with company match, flexible spending accounts, paid holidays, and paid time off. Please visit us at www.canalbarge.com or www.imtowing.com for more information about our company. EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disability Employer
Barge Cover Handler
Barge Cover Handler
Port Allen, LA
Port Allen, LA, USA
Full Time Medical, Dental, 401k, Profit Sharing, Paid Vacation and Holidays and More Email Me This Job The Kelly Group, a leader in general construction and metal fabrication with bases in four states, is looking for qualified Barge Cover Handler candidates for work in Port Allen, Louisiana. QUALIFICATIONS
Industrial construction experience preferred
Must be able to obtain a TWIC card COMPANY OVERVIEW Kelly General Construction Company of Decatur was founded in 1983 as a general contractor and sheet metal fabricator serving industry in Decatur, Illinois. Eleven years later, Kelly Construction of Indiana opened in Lafayette. Now rebranded as The Kelly Group, the company employs about 750 people and has grown to have five metal fabrication facilities across four states -- Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana and Arkansas. The Kelly Group serves the agribusiness community and many other industries, including chemical plants, paper mills and manufacturing facilities in more than 15 states. Today, The Kelly Group provides a range of services as a general contractor, with five metal fabrication facilities ready to support that work. In addition, an expansive contract maintenance staff makes up more than half our employees. EEO STATEMENT The Kelly Group is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, genetic information, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status or any other characteristic protected by law.
Barge Maintenance Laborer
Barge Maintenance Laborer Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world. Together with farmers, customers, governments and communities, we help people thrive by applying our insights and over 150 years of experience. We have 150,000 employees in 70 countries who are committed to feeding the world in a responsible way, reducing environmental impact and improving the communities where we live and work.
Description This full time position is located at Edgard, Louisiana. Relocation assistance is not provided.
Position Purpose The purpose of this position is to conduct general fiberglass barge cover repairs. Other responsibilities will include barge inspections, preventive and predictive barge maintenance to fiberglass covers and barge hull. Will interact with facility management and other facility employees on a regular basis.
Principal Accountabilities 55% Grind and lay fiberglass to conduct permanent repairs to barge covers 15% Conduct barge hull repairs (Weld, cut, fit) 10% Conduct general barge inspections 10% General facility housekeeping and maintenance duties 10% Communicate with scheduler
Right to work in the U.S. that is not based solely on possession of a student visa or a visa sponsored by a third-party employer.
Cargill requires that employees be a minimum of 18 years old.
General knowledge in industrial maintenance, works well with tools.
Must be able to lift up to 50lbs, ability to work outside in all types of weather conditions, climb ladders, bending, stooping, work from significant elevations, work over the water,pounding with hammer and work in confined spaces.
Must be able to work under special work conditions, such as extreme heat or cold.
Ability to work in elevated areas
Safety oriented, good reading and communication skills, able to work well within a team.
Must be able to read/write English.
Ability to work overtime.
Ability to work holidays, nights, weekends or different shifts.
High School Diploma or GED equivalent + 1 – 3 years working within the marine industry direcly with barges and fleets
Barge fiberglass cover repair, welding/cutting/fitting, General barge inspection.
Ability to think on the fly, trouble shoot.
Able to perform maintenance trades including welding, pipe fitting, and fabrication Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet.
Primary Location US-LA-Edgard
Req ID: RES00287
Barge Mechanic -Antarctica! (Travel And Earn 16%)
GENERAL DUTIES (not all inclusive):
· Maintains a safe workplace program and ensures that safety is the highest priority in the workplace.
· Complies with all ASC Environmental, Safety and Health (ESH), Waste Management and Quality Assurance requirements, goals, policies and procedures. Provides documentation to these divisions as necessary to ensure adequate and legal documentation.
· Performs preventive maintenance on primary Power Plant generators and various emergency generators.
· Performs on-site troubleshooting, repairs and overhauls of generator engines.
· Responds to station power outages and equipment failures as required.
· Willingness to carry a radio or pager for after hour’s call out’s
· Completes maintenance records and documents all maintenance performed and maintains operating logbooks and databases as required.
· Schedules diesel engine/generator operations in order to maintain a 3000-hour spread between engines.
· Operates Power Plant equipment in an efficient and economical manner.
· Coordinates with the Power &Water Supervisor in ordering repair and/or spare parts, maintenance parts, assemblies and consumables.
· Maintains control of plant tools, manuals, repair parts, assemblies and consumables. Maintains inventory accuracy at 98% or better.
· Ability to work alone or within a team depending on situation.
· Trains Power Plant Operator’s on mechanical equipment as directed.
· Ability to cover Power Plant Operator shift / rounds as required.
· Advises the Power & Water Supervisor of the status of power production equipment and systems.
· Complies with applicable Safety, Environment, Health, and Waste Management policies and procedures.
· Supports the achievement of PAE and ASC metrics, whether metrics are directly or indirectly affected by this position’s work activities.
· Complies with all Environmental Safety and Health and Quality Assurance requirements and goals. Performs other duties as required.
· High school graduate or GED is required.
· Minimum three (3) years’ experience required in diesel powered generators, marine diesel engines, or industrial diesel engines.
· Mechanical aptitude with the ability to handle multiple tasks at once is required.
· Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices applied in the maintenance and repair of diesel electric generating equipment is required.
· Thorough knowledge of the methods, hazards, and safety precautions related to diesel engines and diesel engine driven electric generators is required.
· Ability to maintain a professional attitude and to work efficiently in a stressful environment is required.
· Previous mechanical experience on 1MW and larger diesel engine/generators is highly preferred.
· Previous Field Service experience is highly preferred.
· Experience with Caterpillar documentation and software (ET, SIS) is preferred
· Working comprehension of electrical distribution, control panels and medium voltage switchgear is preferred.
· Must be proficient in Microsoft Office.
· Training, certification or experience on Caterpillar 3500 / 3600 series engines is preferred
· Experience working with remote field generators is preferred.
· Willingness and ability to deploy to Antarctica for extended periods is required.
· Must be willing and able to lift and move items, parts, assemblies and equipment up to the safety regulation maximum.
· Must be willing and able to perform physical activities including heavy lifting, climbing in and out of equipment, crawling, and working outdoors.
· Must successfully complete the physical, dental and psychological (if applicable) examinations as required by the NSF for deploying to Antarctica.
· Must participate in community programs, such as “house-mouse” (chores), “daisy-picking” (cleaning-up around the station), recycling efforts and safety objectives.
· US citizenship or Permanent US Resident status is required.
Today, the approximately 15,000 members of our global workforce perform with excellence and dedication in roughly 60 countries, on all seven continents, in some of the world's most challenging regions. We attribute our success to the quality of our work and the integrity and high ethical standards that define our business operations. PAE is headquartered in Arlington, VA.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
PAE is a drug free workplace.
Barge Chief Electrician
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 Middle East, McDermott provides a world of experience. Responsibilities of the Chief Electrician include, but are not limited to: · Responsible for proper recording of temporary and preliminary modifications · To be proficient and knowledgeable in the maintenance and repair of all electrical equipment on the vessel · Accurately maintain logbooks, planned maintenance system and spare part control · Carry out repairs and maintenance to the electrical installations of the vessel, all under the direction of the Chief Engineer · Keep and maintain current vendors catalogue library of all equipment in area of responsibility · Ensure through uniform stock & quantity control, that adequate inventory and level of spares is maintained at all times in area of responsibility · To be familiar with all Company procedures, including the Safety Management System, applicable to his duties · Responsible for refusing unsafe work and for carrying out all work in accordance with the established safety standards and work practices. · Taking part in emergency and occupational onboard training such as, the use of self contained breathing apparatus, fire fighting, man overboard exercises, lifeboat launching, security drills and/or other training as applicable for the function · Wearing, inspecting and caring for required personal protective equipment.
Required Qualifications and Experience: · High School Diploma · Vocational electrical training · Familiarity with marine electrical systems and power generation · Minimum 5 years’ experience in similar role · Minimum 3 years’ experience in a supervisory role · STCW Reg. III/6 – Electro Technical Officer · Valid STCW endorsed Seafarer’s Medical Certificate McDermott offers a competitive compensation package, excellent benefits coverage, and an exceptional opportunity for career development and growth. To learn more about careers at McDermott, please visit our website at www.mcdermott.com We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Requisition ID: 8584
Port Captain Alaska Marine Operations
Requisition ID: 47042 * Summary* Reporting to the Marine Operations Manager, the Port Captain supports Tesoro's commercial marine organization to optimize vessel operations and is responsible for the safe operation and efficient loading and discharge of marine vessels. The Port Captain manages the interface between tankers / barges and docks / terminals, consistent with expectations of the U.S. Coast Guard, State of Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation and Tesoro Maritime and is a key member of the Marine Crisis Management Team. This position has responsibility for managing the relationship with all vessels at berths associated with Tesoro's marine operations, reviewing tankers and barges for use in the Tesoro system, and providing marine technical support and advice to the Tesoro Kenai Refinery and Tesoro Port of Anchorage and marine terminals regarding marine safety, mooring requirements and transfer procedures.
Responsibilities* * Manages operational interface between terminal and refinery berths and tankers, barges Articulated Tug Barge (ATB), tugs, and marine service providers. Reviews and coordinates vessel pre-arrival documentation.
Coordinates with Commercial, Refining, and Logistics to optimize marine transfer operations and ensures safe operations and environmental stewardship.
Provides marine operational support to Commercial, Refining, and Logistics.
Acts as a member of Marine Crisis Management Team.
Coordinates, manages, and attends lightering operations in the Tesoro system as directed.
Maintains working relationships with U. S. Coast Guard, state, local regulatory agencies, and the maritime community.
Supports demurrage and loss control specialists with research and resolution of claims and issues.
Conducts SIRE (Ship Inspection Report Exchange) inspections on behalf of Tesoro.
Reviews tankers, tugs and barges in advance of calling at Tesoro marine facilities. (Assistant Superintendent Vetting Bullet) * Conducts ship and barge technical manager audits against the OCIMF TMSA.
Conducts routine Category 1 or 3 SIRE (Ship Inspection Report Exchange) inspections on behalf of Tesoro as assigned.
Requirements* * Chief Mate or First Assistant Engineer License Unlimited.
Minimum 5 years (actual accumulated time on board) seafaring experience aboard tankers.
Exceptional communications and leadership skills, with a demonstrated ability to think strategically and bring consensus from competing viewpoints.
Ability to speak with conviction, and aggressively contribute to discussion when taking a position.
Bachelor's degree in a Maritime or other relevant discipline.
Dangerous Cargo Endorsement for oil tankers with STCW 95 compliant proof of satisfactory training. Tesoro Corporation, a Fortune 100 company, is a leading independent refiner and marketer of petroleum products with a strategically focused presence in the western United States. Tesoro, through our subsidiaries, owns and operates seven refineries with a combined capacity of over 895,000 barrels per day. Our retail-marketing system includes over 2,400 retail stations under the ARCO®, Shell®, Exxon®, Mobil®, USA Gasoline™, Rebel™ and Tesoro® brands. Our full-service logistics business, a master limited partnership formed by Tesoro Corporation as Tesoro Logistics LP (TLLP), owns and operates 4,000 miles of crude oil, refined products and natural gas pipelines; 29 crude oil and refined products truck and marine terminals; 15 million barrels of storage capacity; two crude oil rail facilities; and four natural gas processing complexes. Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, our operations span 18 states. Our strength lies in our investment in employees and in their future. We measure success not only by the products we bring to our customers, or the financial results we deliver to our shareholders, but also by remaining true to our core values of safety and environmental stewardship, respect and integrity. Discover your strengths and invest in your future by applying today. Employees must be able to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation. EOE: Race / Sex / Veteran / Disability Posting Notes: || Kenai || Alaska || United States (US) || SF:LI-AA-1 || |Commercial || 99611 || If you require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process, please contact the Tesoro HR Department at TalentAcquisition@tsocorp.com. Note that we review resumes and applications only for posted positions.An Equal Opportunity EmployerTesoro will take the necessary action to ensure that applicants are treated without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, age, disability status, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, protected veteran status or other protected status under applicable employment law.
Tug Boat Captain
Basic requirements for position
- · Master of towing
- · Minimum of 100T license
JOB DESCRIPTION PILOTHOUSE PERSONNEL CAPTAIN - RELIEF CAPTAIN – PILOT - MATE
WORK SCHEDULE: The standard work schedule for Pilothouse Personnel is day work or 7 to 14 days on the vessel then either 7 or 14 days off. While on the boat, pilothouse personnel stand watch for 12 hours each day with the watch broken into two 6hour watches. The Captain normally stands the forward watch (6:00 AM to Noon and 6:00 PM to Midnight). The Pilot normally stands the after watch (Noon to 6:00 PM and Midnight to 6:00 AM). The Relief Captain stands the after watch if riding with the Captain or stands the forward watch if riding with the Pilot. When a pilothouse person is off duty, it is their responsibility to get adequate sleep and rest so they are capable of working safely and efficiently when required. Pilothouse personnel may be requested to return to a boat during their scheduled time off if an emergency arises. The Captain shall be responsible for all landings and departures with barge tows and shall oversee deck crew daily schedule, and vessel maintenance.
EXPERIENCE: Local knowledge of the Columbia River system as well as Willamette and Snake River systems and their tributaries with a safe barge handling experience will be highly respected, as well as knowledge of Ports, Berths and Moorings within this work area. WCP Inc. and Marine Industrial Construction operates smaller day boats on projects and steady crew schedules upon larger Towboats as Contracts permit.
PHYSICAL DUTIES OF THE JOB: Pilothouse personnel must be capable of ascending and descending stairs or ladders safely, of lifting or moving equipment that may be used while they are aboard the boat, and of performing their emergency duties as listed in the Station Bill. Pilothouse personnel must know how and when to use the emergency equipment located on the boat and be able to properly wear any safety equipment required by their duties. Pilothouse personnel must have hearing that allows him or her to communicate effectively in the conditions that might be encountered aboard a towboat. They are required to communicate in English with other vessels, Coast Guard stations, Corp of Engineer Lockmasters and their own crew. Communications may be via VHF radio, orally, sound signals, or hand signals. Pilothouse personnel must have vision that allows them to safely navigate the boat in situations that are likely to occur when a boat is in navigation night and day, year round. They must have color vision that enables them to identify navigation lights, signals, and symbols, as well as warning lights or symbols. Their depth perception must be adequate for navigation in close quarters, as in approaching locks or bridges. Pilothouse personnel must be able to read well enough to understand Coast Guard Notices to Mariners, Rules of the Road, Federal Regulations, Company Directives, Corps of Engineer Publications, and River Charts. They must be able to write well enough to accurately record all events in the vessel log and to communicate as required in the course of their job.
Assistant Port Captain
Assistant Port Captain
· Manages all aspects of crew scheduling aboard ITB vessels.
· Ensures USCG credential requirements are met for crew members aboard ITB vessels.
· Responsible for documentation required for all foreign sailings of ITB vessels.
· Responsible for maintaining safety training records.
· Works with Port Captain to communicate dispatch orders to ITB vessels.
· Acts a liaison for crew members. Communicates crew needs to Port Captain and ITB Management.
· Works with Port Captain to dispatch vessels in the most cost-effective manner possible.
· Responsible for tracking daily vessel movements and locations of ITB equipment.
· Oversees all dispatch operations on rotating weekends, and in the absence of the Port Captain.
Required Background and Skills
· 500 Masters of Towing - or equivalent background of working within Puget Sound and Alaskan waters.
· Ability to understand and convey complex verbal communications.
· Typing 40 WPM.
· Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
· Valid Washington State Drivers License.
· A willingness to field calls and electronic communications on Nights, Weekends, and Holidays.
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