Cement Boat And Barge Loader Job Description Sample
Barge Load Out Operator
The role of the barge load-out operator/ Deck hand is to provide high quality products and customer service while working safely as a team member. This position description is to specify skills needed to perform these job duties professionally.
Equipment operation including operator maintenance
Cat 980 & 988 Loader
D8T & Excavator
Water Truck (Air Brakes)
General mechanical ability/ experience on barge load out docks
Use Towworks and operate belt line automated system.
Must be able to use basic email and any SAP background would be a bonus
Flexibilty to work weekends and holidays whenever the boat comes required.
May require heavy lifting, shoveling during cleanup, general maintenance
Safety attitude and performance is critical.
Uniforms provided. Boot Allowance, PPE provided and used.
12 months of heavy equipment experience
Prior work experience preferred working in or around heavy equipment
Basic mechanical maintenance knowledge and skills
Proven safety record
Able to lift up to 50 pounds
- HS Diploma or GED
Dredge Operations Barge Loader/ Deck Mates
Barge Loader/Quality Control position on a dredge on the Ohio River with primary base of report in Ledbetter, KY.
Must communicate and work well with tender boat crew on all shifts, dredge and dredge support crew, as well as maintenance and quality control personnel. Barge Loader must have safe work experience and be familiar with recognizing and communicating hazards and hazardous conditions.
Successful candidate will have some combination of experience to include barge loading, aggregate quality control, sand classification, dredge maintenance and safety / hazard recognition, and a good understanding of river conditions and change and have ability to evaluate marine rigging and recognize rigging hazards.
Canidate should be able and willing to perform general labor onboard a dredge that works on the Ohio River including; housekeeping on dredge and barges, handle lines and cables to put boat and barges together as well as move dredge and service dredge needs including anchors, chipping and painting and any and all maintenance and support functions for dredge or barges.
Position reporting is to Ledbetter, KY or an alternate location depending on Dredge location. Duty will be a rotating schedule with work both days and nights.
Compensation will be at an hourly rate with pay commensurate on experience. Competitive benefit package available with employer participation including health, wellness, dental, Rx, Vision, and life insurace as well as 401K plan after waiting period.
Ability and desire to work a rotating shift is required.
Ability to do manual labor including lifting items at least as heavy as 75 pounds is required.
Ability to climb ladders and stairs and perform repetitive bending and stooping is required. Must possess ability to swim and be comfortable working over or adjacent to water.
Must complete on-boarding physical and exertion function test with physical therapist after acceptance of offer to evaluate ability to meet the essential functions of the position and qualify for employment. Must have ability and desire to work during inclement conditions including extreme heat and cold. Must possess excellent communication skills and work well with all applicable entities involved in the process at all times. Barge Loader must be dependable and consistent to report as scheduled.
Deckhand - Lake Powell - Wahweap - Boat Tours
Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Companies by FORTUNE and the World's Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute. Learn more at www.aramark.com or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.
Aramark's leisure group specializes in lodging, recreation, conference centers and meeting services. The scope of our operations includes lodging, conference and meeting space, houseboats and other marine activities, retail merchandise, casual and fine dining experiences, and interpretive tours in some of this country's most pristine protected lands and national parks. We have been active partners with the National Park Service for over 20 years, providing high-quality visitor services in numerous locations across the United States. We are one of the nation's leading managers of conference centers with a strong focus on customer experience. We are considered a premier provider of professional services by clients and competition alike, committed to providing high-quality recreation, hospitality and authentic experiences to clients and visitors from all over the world.
The Boat Rentals Dockhand primarily performs porter and dockhand duties. The Dockhand is flexible, willing to help out wherever needed, comfortable working outside in extreme heat conditions and committed to delivering the highest levels of customer service. Essential Functions:
Dockhands must be able to work physically hard and able to deal with constant lifting and bending
Ensure a clean and pleasant atmosphere of the boat dock by removing trash and debris from the dock and cleaning all public areas
Dockhands should be highly knowledgeable about the marina and the surrounding areas. This includes but is not limited to: retail, the lodge, food & beverage services, tours and activities
Maintain a positive attitude – always be willing to lend a helping hand wherever needed
Dockhands will be required to attend the pump out station, pumping waste out of the houseboat holding tanks.
Dockhands are required to wash the exterior of the houseboats with the lake water hoses, fill fresh water tanks, clean and re-coil anchor lines, clean barbeque grills, clean trash cans and ice chest, wash the exterior windows and dorrs, treat holding tanks with chemical, as well as other exterior preparations of the houseboats.
Dockhands will be required to use the work barge to deliver and pick up laundry, deliver and pickup warehouse packages, and to assist with water delivers.
Dockhands must fully utilize all safety equipment, ensuring proper lifting, bending and carrying techniques are adheared to.
Understand all machinery and chemicals used
Be aware of MSDS sheets and books and read and use this information when necessary
Identify maintenance and safety issues and take the correct steps to correct them
Must be honest, dependable and forthright, with the ability to confidently work without direct supervision
Go the extra mile and follow through to ensure guest satisfaction
Maintain positive attitude in high stress situations
Always be polite and maintain a professional manner
Must be able to work with diverse populations in a supportive and positive manner
Must be flexible - willing to work a varied schedule
Know and comply with all company policies and procedures regarding safety, security, emergencies and energy
Report to work on time and in complete uniform
Other duties as assigned
Status and Scope:
Dockhands report to The Boat Rentals/Marina Manager
Dockhands must be comfortable working long days in extreme heat
Dockhands must be comfortable being on their feet all day, carrying and lifting heavy luggage and guest items which may exceed 50 pounds in weight
Previous customer service and boating experience preferred
Strong English communication skills are required
Must be over 18 years of age
Dockhands must become Cart Safety Certified in order to drive vehicles
Dockhands must wear closed-toed shoes and slip resistant footwear at all time while at work.
Dockhands must be willing to wear life jackets when on board any open-sided boat and during windy conditions on the docks.
Dockhands must be 21 or older to drive company vehicles or 18 or older to drive ATVs.
Required to have a current and valid US Driver's License to operate boats, ATVs or company vehicles
Required to pass a Motor Vehicle Record history check to operate boats, ATVs, or company vehicles.
Little or No Travel (>10%) Lifting
VERY HEAVY - Lifting objects in excess of 100 pounds with frequent lifting and/or carrying objects weighing 50 pounds or more.
Location: Belpre, OH, US, 45714
Company: The Shelly Company
Job ID: 132430
The Shelly Company (part of Oldcastle Inc.) is a vertically integrated supplier of aggregates, asphalt, ready mix concrete and paving services throughout the state of Ohio. Our commitment to quality drives us to use the most modern, efficient and environmentally friendly technology in our industry. The Shelly Company is known throughout the industry for innovation, quality and for our commitment to safety.
The boat pilot is required to hold a U.S. Coast Guard license with all radar and radio license endorsements.
The boat pilot will be responsible for operating a tow boat to position and move barges along the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers, as well as other miscellaneous work that needs to be performed. The boat pilot will also be responsible for supervising the deckhands that are working with him during the operation of the tow boat.
The boat pilot will be responsible for the completion of the necessary paperwork that is required as well as communicating any maintenance that needs completed to SMI Marine Transportation, L.P. management. This person will also be expected to follow all safety regulations set forth by SMI Marine Transportation, L.P.
They will also be responsible for maintaining a clean work environment. This includes the tow boat and all other related equipment.
The boat pilot will be responsible for keeping and turning in the required paperwork to SMI Marine Transportation, L.P. management. Examples of some of the documentation are listed below.
Safety Sheets (TRACK)
Equipment Hours (weekly)
All information listed above is to be turned in daily unless other wise noted above.
The boat pilot will be working in varying weather conditions, in dust and noisy areas. Substantial walking, bending, stooping, lifting or working in awkward or strained positions.
Some hazard involved due to working in and around machinery. Boat pilot will be asked to work overtime as well as some weekends.
What Oldcastle Offers You
A culture that values opportunity for growth, development and internal promotion
Highly competitive base pay
Comprehensive medical, dental and disability benefits programs
Group retirement savings program
Health and wellness programs
Oldcastle has a long and proud heritage as one of North America's largest corporations. We are a proud reflection of the hundreds of family businesses, local and regional companies and mid to large sized enterprises that together form the Oldcastle family. Oldcastle operates with a decentralized, diversified structure, letting you work in a small company environment while having the career opportunities of a large enterprise.
If you are looking for a company who values their employees and has opportunities for employee development and advancement, apply now. For more information about The Shelly Company and Oldcastle visit www.shellyco.com and www.oldcastle.com.
If you're up for a rewarding challenge, we invite you to take the first step and apply today! Thank you for your interest in expanding your career with The Shelly Company/Oldcastle Materials!
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Nearest Major Market: Athens
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 over 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.
The Barge Leaderman will report to the Barge Foreman. He will have overall responsibility to direct the activities of workers engaged in operation equipment to lift, move, and place materials, and erect structures. Key personnel reporting to the Barge Leaderman will be Riggers and Operators.
¨ Prepare locations where structures are to be placed.
¨ Direct load-outs of completed structures.
¨ Establish or adjust work procedures.
¨ Study production schedule and estimate requirements for assignments.
¨ Requisition materials and supplies for the department as required.
¨ Specify and approve rigging for heavy lifts.
¨ Directs activities of riggers, operators, and tug boats to ensure that anchors are placed in designated positions, using radios.
¨ Coordinates the activity of the control tower operator and the welding department to move the barge when working.
¨ Sets up machinery and equipment used in anchor handling, analyzes and resolves work problems associated with anchor handling.
¨ Confers with deck supervisors to coordinate activities of departments, assists workers engaged in making repairs to vessel.
¨ Performs essential functions of a rigger when not in leaderman role.
¨ Assumes responsibility of Barge Foremen in his absence.
¨ Works a 12 hour shift in an offshore environment.
¨ Enforce company Safety Policy.
Up to 50%
High School Diploma
Advanced Rigging School Preferred
Minimum 5 years' DP heavy lift experience
2 years' offshore supervisory experience
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
General Dynamics Electric Boat is the world's foremost designer and builder of nuclear submarines, the most complex machines made by man. The company's industry leadership extends back over a century to 1899 when it produced the U.S. Navy's first commissioned undersea warship. Today, Electric Boat prides itself on being the premier shipbuilding company in the industry. We develop and apply state of the art technology to the design and construction of nuclear powered submarines. With a team of highly skilled and dedicated employees, we have successfully taken submarine technology to a new level.
General Dynamics Electric Boat is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. It is the policy of the Company to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, transgender status, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.
Assist the Chief Docking Engineer with the following:
Docking and undocking of nuclear powered submarines to include liaising with various departments within the organization to obtain requisite support for each evolution and the lay day period.Launching new construction nuclear powered submarines.Manage the operations of Electric Boat's ocean going transportation barge (Sea Shuttle) and coordinating water front activities.Manage the routine maintenance and the periodic upgrades to Sea Shuttle.Manage the periodic preventative maintenance (daily, monthly, yearly, etc) of the EB Sea Shuttle and future Ocean Transport BargeManage ABS and USCG Certification requirements for EB barges.Organize and prioritize the material and equipment required to support all Sea Shuttle shipments.Ensure dock operations are in compliance with CT State environmental regulations.Candidate is NOT required to be Facility Operation Supervisor (FOS) qualified, but the willingness to become qualified is required. This consists of traveling to other shipyards to get "on the job" training.Work with EB planners and purchasing agents to procure all services and material to maintain the structural and mechanical reliability of all EB floating assets.Work closely with Facilities to prioritize EB support and budget to maintain both the Dry-docks and floating assets.Candidate must have a proven track record in the areas of safety, quality, cost, schedule, process improvement, and communications.Candidate must be able to promote a positive team environment and be highly motivated with strong interpersonal skills.Candidate must have the ability to interact with all levels of management, the customer, and Human Resources and be able to ensure EEO and OSHA compliance.Candidate must be willing to travel for various amounts of time to support evolutions.
Education / Experience
- BS degree in Engineering (Mechanical or Ocean Engineering)
- At least 5 years of engineering experience
Project management experience
Knowledge of MIL-STD 1625 and Naval Ship Technical Manual Chapter 997
Working knowledge of regulatory requirements, including water discharge , ballast water, dock certification, barge classification
Interpersonal Skills to work in a fast pace environment with all levels of the work force
Understanding of weather, particularly evaluating marine forecast for barge transportation
Physical QualificationsClimbing, Crawling, Kneeling, Light Lifting, Reaching, Stooping, TwistingEnvironmental AttributesCold, Dry, Hot, Inside, Outside, Wet
Pilot - Marine
The primary responsibility of the Pilot will be to safely operate a U. S. Flagged inland Push boat, including the management of the pilothouse and deck crews
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Work 20 days on, 10 days off, 12 hour shifts
Work directly with vessel crew and shore-side staff to ensure they have the skills and resources necessary to achieve the company's goals
Responsible for pushing barges throughout the inland waterway system
Oversee all onboard maintenance and repairs
To conduct regular onboard inspections and follow up till findings are closed out
Assist in Incident investigation for all incidents, accidents and near misses. Keep the Operations /Fleet Manager updated on all current class and regulatory legislations, and safety/pollution prevention issues
Assist with maintaining and ensuring the quality control of the motor vessel's Preventive Maintenance System
Coordinate the organization and maintenance of the vessel drawings and documents. Ensures all vessel regulatory certificates are maintained and current
Research, specify, purchase and coordinate delivery of vessel equipment, supplies, parts and services
Inspects machinery, equipment, or spaces outlined in work request, draws up job specifications, and obtains bids from contractors or shipyards to perform repairs
Maintains engineering and operating budgets for each vessel, such as repairs, supplies, and personnel
Conducts on-site surveys of vessel equipment to determine maintenance and repair needs
USCG Wheelman's license
Minimum license: 200 Ton Master, inland, with towing and radar endorsement
Previous experience as Master of a twin screw tug engaged in barge towing
Must be able to direct, evaluate, and correct performance of subordinates
Ability to work various hours and holidays/weekends
Willingness and ability to be flexible and creative
Degree in marine transportation, marine engineering, engineering science or equivalent of a combination of technical schooling and job experience
Ability to work independently with minimal or no guidance
Possess TWIC at time of hire
Demonstrated knowledge of marine electrical and electronic systems
The employee must meet physical requirements including but not limited to, walking, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, climbing up/down ladders and stairs, negotiating uneven and moving surfaces
Must be physically fit enough to pull heavy lines/hoses, lift, carry heavy items, climb onto barges and up and down ladders
Must be able to work in difficult conditions with exposure to all weather conditions (rain, ice, snow, wind, heat, etc.)
Must be comfortable working aboard boats and barges using heavy lines, winches, and mechanical tools for repairs
Ability to lift up to 75 pounds and work at protected heights up to 160 feet.Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus
With more than 70 years' experience in hundreds of locations across North America and internationally, Savage is a trusted partner for safely moving and managing mission-critical materials with worry-free consistency while creating value for our Customers. Savage specializes in rail, truck and marine transportation, logistics, materials handling and other industrial and environmental services. We Hire Right, Train Right and Treat Right, and strive to provide our Team Members with opportunities to do things they never dreamed possible.
Savage offers competitive benefits that include: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short and long term disability, a retirement plan, and opportunities for growth.
Savage is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains a drug free workplace.
Dmr-Marine Patrol Officer II
Characteristics of Work Benefits Supplemental Questions
This is proficiency-level work enforcing the laws, rules, regulations, and ordinances regarding the protection, propagation, preservation, and conservation of marine life in the saltwater of the State of Mississippi and coastal wetlands in the Mississippi Coastal Zone. Duties include patrolling in a boating vessel or vehicle the tidal coastal marsh and wetlands and in the Mississippi coastal waters to enforce laws related to commercial and recreational harvesting, processing, transporting, marketing, coastal wetlands permitting, marine litter, seafood sanitation, and boating and water safety.
Incumbents are also responsible for the effective prosecution of violators through courts of law. Enforcement powers are conferred by State and Federal statute, and incumbents utilize these powers in the execution of their duties and responsibilities, as well as in assisting other state, federal, and local law enforcement and regulatory agencies. Incumbents are assigned to a geographic area, working 10-12 hours per day on a 28-day work cycle, working on holidays, weekends, and nights.
The incumbent performs field work under the general supervision of a more senior level officer, has latitude for exercising independent judgment, and may provide guidance and assistance in the orientation and training of new officers. The DMR-Marine Patrol Officer II reports directly to a DMR-Marine Patrol Officer V or designee.
Examples of Work:Examples of work performed in this classification include, but are not limited to, the following:
Patrols offshore in the Mississippi coastal waters and in the tidal coastal marsh and wetlands, operating a motor vessel.
Participates in search and rescue activities, including scuba diving, for persons reported overboard, drowning victims, and recovery of evidence.
Provides an overt presence at all maritime events within the coastal zone that will improve policing and result in higher levels of voluntary compliance.
Investigates maritime theft and boating accidents in the waters of the Mississippi Coastal Zone.
Carries and uses, if necessary, a firearm or other weapon, concealed or otherwise.
Investigates all persons, corporations, and otherwise who are alleged to have violated any laws and makes affidavits, arrests, and serves papers of any court of jurisdiction, when the same are in connection with the enforcement of the seafood laws of the State of Mississippi.
Boards, searches, inspects, and seizes catch, fishing gear, vessel, or vehicle license and performs boating and water safety inspections, in and off the water, without warrant, during routine patrol on coastal marine waters and land.
Confiscates and disposes of seized marine aquatic life and/or net or paraphernalia used or employed in connection with a violation or arranges for its safe-keeping if needed as evidence.
Inspects suspected coastal wetlands permit violations and issues citations and cease and desist orders, as necessary.
Provides security and safety escort in Mississippi coastal waters for barges and transport and passenger ships, as requested or needed.
Assists federal, state, and local officials in matters involving natural disasters, civil disturbances, drownings, and other related activities.
Performs related or similar duties as required or assigned.
These minimum qualifications have been agreed upon by Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in this job class and are based upon a job analysis and the essential functions. However, if a candidate believes he/she is qualified for the job although he/she does not have the minimum qualifications set forth below, he/she may request special consideration through substitution of related education and experience, demonstrating the ability to perform the essential functions of the position. Any request to substitute related education or experience for minimum qualifications must be addressed to the Mississippi State Personnel Board in writing, identifying the related education and experience which demonstrates the candidate's ability to perform all essential functions of the position.
Graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent (GED or High School Equivalency Diploma);
Two (2) years of experience related to the described duties.
Two (2) years experience as a DMR-Marine Patrol Officer I, Private.
Possession of a valid MS Driver's License or a valid Driver's License from a contiguous state.
Graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent (GED or High School Equivalency Diploma), related education, and related experience may be substituted on an equal basis.
Applicant must provide the hiring agency a copy of his/her MS Driver's License.
Special Requirements; as determined by the Employing Agency:
Applicant must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age at time of appointment; be thoroughly familiar with the seafood business; successfully complete the Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Officer'sTraining Academy within twelve (12) months of hire; have a valid Mississippi driver's license; be required to attend additional advanced courses in law enforcement in order that they will be properly improved and trained in the modern, technical advances of law enforcement; meet any and all minimum standards of employment as set forth by the Board of Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training; have neither a conviction nor a plea of guilty or nolo contendere for a felony or a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude; have not been discharged under conditions other than honorable from any branch of the U.S. armed forces; receive a favorable background investigation report; upon appointment and on a scheduled basis, pass a physical examination conducted by a licensed physician and meet minimum physical qualification standards; and upon appointment and on a random selection basis, pass an alcohol/drug test conducted by a certified laboratory.
NOTE: Continued employment is contingent upon successful completion within the first twelve months employment of the Basic Curriculum approved by the Mississippi Board of Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training and successful completion of pre-defined requalification standards on a continuing basis. Continued employment is also contingent upon being able to demonstrate swimming skills at a prescribed level equivalent to the American Red Cross Basic Swimming skill level.
Essential Functions:Additional essential functions may be identified and included by the hiring agency. The essential functions include, but are not limited to, the following:
1.Serves as lead marine law enforcement personnel within the Mississippi Coastal Zone, providing effective enforcement of all rules, regulations, ordinances, and laws pertaining to: commercial and recreational harvesting, processing, transporting, and marketing of seafood and marine aquatic life; coastal wetlands permitting; derelict vessel removal; marine litter, boating and water safety; and provides effective prosecution of violators through courts of law.
2.Minimizes the loss of life, personal injury, property damage, and environmental impact on coastal and marine waters.
3.Provides public relations and education regarding marine law enforcement, marine resources, and marine conservation
The Captain is responsible for the safe and efficient operation and performance of his crew, vessel and tow, and for ensuring that the equipment is kept neat, clean, and in good working order. The Master must also ensure that company policy, rules, and regulations are followed.
The Captain must report to the office all violations of Middle River Marine, LLC. Policy or violations of federal, state, or local laws.
The Captain must advise the office of anticipated crew shortages or overages immediately, so as to enable the office to make timely manning adjustments among the vessels.
The Captain must instruct every crewmember to be courteous to all people at fleets, docks, locks, etc.
The Captain must set the watch standing schedule for his crew, ensuring that no licensed wheelman works more than 12 hours in any 24-hour period.
The Captain must post a station bill and ensure that all crewmembers are familiar with their respective stations and duties in case of an emergency.
Either the Captain, Relief Captain or Pilot will be on watch at all times. If he must leave the wheelhouse when the vessel is not underway, a crewman must be posted in the wheelhouse for security reasons and to monitor and attend the radio.
The Captain must make frequent, regular inspections of crew quarters, heads, the galley, and all other areas of the boat and tow to ensure neatness, cleanliness, orderliness, safety and proper maintenance.
The Captain must ensure that all barges are in navigable condition and must report any deficiencies to the office. Damaged or endangered barges must be reported immediately and appropriate measures taken to ensure their safety.
Radio Records and Reports
Each morning the Captain on watch must have the following information compiled so that when he gives the morning traffic or daily position report to the office, there will be no delay. Radio reports must be given in this sequence:
Give boat position and direction (up, down, East, West), milepost, waterway, and prior positions at 0600, 1200, 1800, and 2400 hours. Give this report between 0600 and 0700 hours every morning.
Name of barge(s).
Time and location of an exchange of barges with another towboat.
Estimated time of arrival at destination.
Delay time, place and cause (i.e. lock delay, traffic delay, etc.)
Quantity of fuel received on boat and the location and name of supplier.
Names of crewmembers boarding or departing the vessel, with times and locations of changes.
Any other pertinent information.
Vessel Daily Log Reports
- It is the responsibility of the Captain to maintain the Vessel Daily Log and see that it is posted at the end of each six-hour watch by himself or his relief.
Crew Injury and Illness Reports
The Captain will report all personal injuries or illnesses to crewmembers or any illness occurring on his vessel on a Middle River Marine, LLC Personnel Injury Report form as soon as he becomes aware of such injury or illness.
The Captain will report any serious personal injury/illness or fatality to the head office. Remember that mobile phones and radios are not private. Serious personal injury/illness includes, but is not limited to, the following:
Apparent stroke or seizure;
Partial or total paralysis;
Partial or total loss of limb;
Loss of consciousness;
Second or third degree burns; and,
Report by radio any other personal injuries or illnesses which in the Captains opinion warrant such action. This verbal report does not relieve the Captain of the obligation to submit the Standard Middle River Personnel Injury Report or the required U.S. Coast Guard Form CG-2692.
The Captain should also enter the incident in the Vessel Daily Log and have the injured party sign or initial the entry.
The Captain will report all accidents resulting in actual or possible damage to any Middle River Marine, LLC boat, other vessel or tows, fixed objects such as bridges, docks or locks, other objects such as buoys, or damage which results in cargo loss, contamination, spills or pollution on the Middle River Marine, LLC. Vessel Accident Report.
Groundings and wheel foulings should be reported, regardless of the extent of damage.
Serious accidents, such as collisions with other vessels or tows, which seriously disrupt the voyage and result in the grounding, sinking, or overturning of the vessel, cargo loss, pollution, or major fire should be reported on VHF radio. This verbal report does not relieve the Master of the obligation to submit the Middle River Marine, LLC. Standard Incident Report form.
The Captain should enter the incident in the Vessel Daily Log.
The original report should be mailed to the main Middle River Marine, LLC office. The Captain should retain a copy of the incident form should any future developments on the incident occur.
- Before placing requisitions or orders for supplies (groceries, rigging, equipment, etc.), the Captain should determine the need and the necessity of each item. The Captain must ensure that all receipts for fuel, oil, groceries, lines, and other supplies are sent to the office as soon as possible. It is also the Captains responsibility to record vessel supplies delivered to the boat in the Vessel Daily Log.
The Captain is responsible for the following:
Having all fire extinguishers recharged or refilled as required for each type of extinguisher;
Having a fire hose with a nozzle at each fire station;
Ensuring that dewatering pumps are on board the vessel and ready to use;
Having an adequate number of approved life preservers in good condition on board;
Ensuring that there is an adequate quantity of first aid supplies onboard the vessel;
Ensuring that all crewmembers are properly trained in first aid procedures;
Ensuring that all crewmembers are properly trained in the use of the firefighting equipment available at their assigned stations;
Ensuring that all crewmembers are properly trained in emergency procedures, including fire drills and abandon-ship drills;
Ensuring the seaworthiness of the lifeboat, if the vessel is so equipped;
Ensuring that all crewmembers are familiar with the contents of the Deckhands Manual and the safety regulations in this manual, and that all crewmembers adhere to these regulations; and,
Conducting monthly drills and safety meetings in accordance with Middle River Marine, LLC. Policies and procedures.
A master must have a U.S. Coast Guard license as Master or Operator, Uninspected Towing Vessels, endorsed for service on Inland Waters.
Unlicensed Master must have completed MRM Pilot Training, demonstrated boat handling skills and leadership.
Z-Drive experience preferred
Surface Bulk Handler
This position is located in Avery Island, LA. Whatever job you're looking for, you can probably find it at Cargill. Our diverse partnerships across a variety of industries mean countless career opportunities for you. It's your choice. It's your future. You can make it happen at Cargill.
Cargill offers a wide range of benefits. In addition to basic medical, dental, vision and life insurance, you will be able to take advantage of a number of other benefits, including tuition reimbursement, a matching 401(k) retirement plan, an employee assistance plan, and much more.
We is currently accepting applications for Surface Bulk Handlers position. With a strong culture that focuses on people, this is an outstanding opportunity for qualified individuals interested in:
A safety focused culture
Comprehensive benefits package
No relocation assistance provided. Cargill is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Individuals with Military experience are encouraged to apply.
The responsibilities of the Surface Bulk Handler include:
Operate the loading equipment to load bulk trucks and barges.
Rotate between different aspects of the job: trucks/barges.
Operate/monitor computer equipment, communicate with truck drivers and tug boat captains, secure barges and perform timely measurements so as to ensure barges are filled in a level manner and not to exceed depth requirements.
Pay rate: $23.21
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.
Must be able to read/write English
Ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds
Ability to work holidays, nights, weekends or different shifts
Ability to work overtime
Must be motivated and a good communicator
Basic computer skills
Must be able to perform physical job duties including bending/stooping, climbing ladders, open/close valves, shoveling, 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
Must be able to operate machinery
High School diploma or Equivalent
Able to operate heavy equipment
Prior experience in production related work
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