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Captain 100 Ton Vessel - 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 Pilot – 100 Ton, pilots various tour boats transporting guests on various tours on the lake. This includes but is not limited to the following tours: Rainbow Bridge, Antelope Canyon, the Navajo Tapestry cruise and the Canyon Princess Dinner cruise. The Boat Pilot is Coast Guard certified and extremely safety conscious. Boat Pilots should also be highly knowledgeable about Lake Powell Resort and Marinas and the surrounding areas and their history; acting as a useful resource for all guests – providing commentary and answering guest questions. Essential Functions:
Complete US Department of Transportation/Coast Guard Pre and Post Trip Inspections
Pilot tour boats on trips typically ranging from 1 and a half hours to 10 hours in length
Pilot dinner cruises on The Canyon Princess
May be required to run special cruises – such as breakfast and lunch cruises for tour groups
Assist Resort Manager and other relevant parties with Tour Groups – ensuring all pre-arrival preparations have been completed. Go above & beyond to ensure Tour Groups and all guests enjoy their boat tours / meal cruises
Boat Pilots are responsible for ensuring the safety of the vessel, passengers and crew
Ensure coast guard regulations are followed at all times
Boat Pilots should be customer service focused - able to entertain and provide informative, historical, interactive and factually correct commentary, helping to create guest memories that could potentially last a lifetime
Boat Pilots should be highly knowledgeable about Lake Powell Resort and Marinas and the surrounding areas and their histories. They should be able to provide commentary to guests on the boat tours. This knowledge should extend beyond the commentary enabling them to provide accurate answers to a variety of guest questions and inquiries. They should also be dedicated to continually extending and updating their knowledge and improving their presentation techniques
Respond directly to all customer complaints and ensure they are resolved efficiently and immediately in a professional manner which does not negatively impact on the reputation of Lake Powell Resorts and Marinas
May be required to deliver mail to Dangling Rope Marina coordinating arrangements and meeting up with a Dangling Rope Push boat on the water near the marina
May be required to work directly with the US Coast Guard on inspections, work plans and other areas of the marine field
May be required to fuel and pump boats
Must be prepared to work a varied schedule according to business needs - which includes weekends
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
Report to work in proper uniform
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:
The Boat Pilot – 100 Ton reports to the Boat Tours Manager
Must be committed to providing safe boat operations – Boat Pilots are responsible for the safety of the boat, passengers and crew
Cannot be prone to motion sickness or sea sickness as Boat Pilots spend hours at a time piloting boats on the water
The Boat Pilot – 100 Ton should be willing to gain a good understanding of Lake Powell Resorts and Marinas and surrounding area, becoming fully knowledgeable on the area's history, activities and amenities
Position requires a strong customer service focus, strong communication skillsand a positive attitude.
Must be fluent in the English language both spoken and written – able to read & interpret documents such as safety rules, ARAMARK operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals
Must have a High School Diploma or GED
Must possess a 100 Ton Coast Guard License or higher and be proficient in boat maintenance and navigation
Must have a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of coast guard laws and safety regulations
Must have a valid US Driver's License and pass a Motor Vehicle Record history check
Little or no travel required (less than 10%) Lifting
MEDIUM - Lifting 50 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying objects weighing up to 25 pounds.
Vessel Load List Coordinator (40409)
CMA CGM, founded and led by Jacques R. Saadé is a worldwide leading shipping group.
Its 536 vessels call more than 420 ports in the world, on all 5 continents. In 2015, they carried 18 million TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units).
CMA CGM has grown continuously, and has been constantly innovating to offer its clients new sea, land and logistics solutions.
From its base in Marseilles, the CMA CGM Group is present in more than 160 countries through its network of over 600 agencies, with more than 29,000 employees worldwide (4,500 in France).
This position will be responsible to:
Run DSR report to determine which container numbers are linked to each booking (No Activity Bookings). Action in terminal site - roll, remove, etc. including NDNL received from Cargo Readiness.
Generate terminal list and import into MACS3. Generate LARA Cargo report and import into MACS3.
Compare lists and reconcile in terminal, LARA, CM database and delete out of terminal any bookings that are cancelled and roll bookings in terminal. Zero out LARA Cargo weight and export MACS3 list to Excel. Prepare pivot table with weights.
Send Load List to CMA operations. Contact terminal to lock vessel after load list is complete.
If ETA of container is past port cut, roll in terminal. Enter late gates in terminal site.
Run CM Auto report to verify receipt of Auto Titles where required for 72 hour hold. Maintain spreadsheet for tracking auto titles.
Reconcile after port cut/late gate expires - run a "to come report" in the terminal system. After vessel sails, run DSR for not XOF or MOE containers to confirm what has actually loaded.
High School Diploma required.
1 year general work experience required.
Proficiency in computer skills to include all basic Microsoft applications.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Strong organizational skills and the ability to work both independently and in team environment
Must be availble to work 11am-8pm, Monday thru Friday.
Skill Sets / Education & Experience Preferred:
Bachelor's degree preferred.
Solid understanding of concepts governing containerized shipping, such as vessel match back/balance, vessel load factor, cargo allocation, equipment control, terminal gate turn times preferred.
Solid knowledge of local terminal and stevedore operating procedures and practices preferred.
CMA CGM (America) LLC is committed to equal employment opportunity for all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, pregnancy, age, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity, veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected classification.
Chief Engineer – Usepa Research Vessel
You will provide support with vessel operation and maintenance, and scientific sampling operations aboard the USEPA Mid-Continent Ecology Division's Research Vessel Lake Explorer II (LEII), and other smaller craft. The LEII is a 90 foot, unmanned engine-room ship. This is a full-time temporary position starting April 2, 2018 and ending September 22, 2018. You will be working in support of BTS's contract with the USEPA's Laboratory in Duluth, MN.
You will operate, service, repair, overhaul (as required) all engine room and deck machinery and equipment, including propulsion engines, electrical power plant, hydraulic equipment, pumps, heating system, winches, cranes, and anchor windlass.
Serve as Tankerman (PIC) during all fueling operations.
Maintain the vessel in compliance to USCG Oil Pollution Act '90 regulations and EPA requirements.
Maintain operating and maintenance records for all engines and other operating machinery and equipment, and advises vessel Captain as to their maintenance, repair, and/or overhaul requirements.
Maintain an inventory of spare parts and supplies as required to keep vessel machinery serviceable during sampling operations.
Assist in maintenance and repair of sampling equipment as directed.
At sea, you will assist the vessel Captain and other crew members as necessary in meeting cruise objectives including aquatic sampling activities (i.e. operate deck cranes and winches).
Participate in general upkeep of vessel spaces and living quarters to maintain their cleanliness and orderly appearance.
You will perform other duties as assigned.
EducationHigh School DiplomaExperience• Practical knowledge of the mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems and components of marine machinery. Must be skilled in the operation, maintenance, repair and assist with the overhaul of marine diesel engines, particularly Cummins KT19M propulsion diesel engines and Caterpillar C4.4 (58kW) marine generators, electrical generating equipment, potable water systems, high and low pressure servo/electric hydraulic systems, hot water heating systems, HVAC systems and deck machinery equipment.
Should be skilled in the use of standard machine shop tools, including welding.
Previous experience aboard research vessels and the Great Lakes preferred.
Ideally, certified in basic/advanced marine firefighting and hazardous oil spill response (HAZMAT operations level certification).
Must be skilled in the use of life saving equipment, such as deployment and maintenance of life rafts and life boats.
Must be capable of instructing anyone aboard the research vessel in safe work practices.
Basic computer skills are necessary for email communication, maintaining logs and completing administrative duties such as time cards and expense reports.
Fluency in English, both verbally and in writing/reading is required.
Special Requirements/CertificationsMust pass corporate and federal background checks. Must have valid driver's license.Physical RequirementsWork Environment:
Sampling activities may take place on any of the Great Lakes and shift work will be necessary during transit periods. Six hours on, six off when running 24 hours.
Typical underway day for science work is 12 hours.
The weather conditions on the Great Lakes are extremely variable. Must be willing to work on a rolling deck requiring strength and agility. Work is sometimes required both day and night.
Incumbent must be in sound physical and mental condition at all times. Must occasionally carry objects weighing up to 50 pounds.
Sampling plans for the 2018 season have not been finalized but may include a month long trip to Lake Ontario during July and Lake Erie in August.
You will be getting the opportunity to support the USEPA's mission and work alongside some of our nation's top scientists and boat crew.
Successful performance of duties depends on close cooperation and a good work relationship between vessel crew and scientific staff.
The ship will be staffed with 4 crew total, plus scientists during trips. You will be joining a top-notch crew led by the EPA Captain, along with BTS First Mate, BTS Chief Engineer (you), and BTS Marine Support Technician.
The vessel's home port and dock are on Minnesota Point, in Duluth, MN, a top summer tourist destination. Within walking distance of the historic aerial lift bridge.
This is an hourly position (rate/hour DOE) with 1.5x hourly rate for overtime (in excess of 40 hours per week).
Typical work schedule will be 8 hour days (M-F) and 40 hours per week (no overtime) when at dock in Duluth, MN. 12 hour days when on sampling trips.
Meal per diem (75% of typical gov't meal per diem rate) provided when on sampling trips, but not when at port in Duluth.
Berth on ship may be available while in port in Duluth, negotiable.
Pressure Vessel Mechanical Engineer (Hgas)
Hunt, Guillot & Associates is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or protected veteran status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
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Pressure Vessel Mechanical Engineer (HGAS)
Company:HGA StaffingCity:LafayetteState:Louisiana Position Summary & Duties:
The Mechanical Engineer
- Pressure Vessel is a 6-month contract position working with a specialty client in the Baton Rouge, LA area. Position could become a direct-hire opportunity for a strong performing candidate.
The Mechanical Engineer
Pressure Vessel will work in the Capital Projects group and serve as a plant-wide technical resource concerning pressure vessels and tanks. The Mechanical Engineer
Pressure Vessel is responsible for the following:
Preparing data/information and performing detailed engineering calculations as well as developing technical specifications & data sheets.
- Pressure Vessel will perform technical evaluations of bids of Pressure Vessels and API Storage Tanks
Performing technical evaluation of bids of mechanical equipment
- Pressure Vessel will participate as a team member on capital projects PV and API technical resource for plant
- Assuming role of Project Engineer to periodically oversee multiple projects
- Pressure Vessel
Mechanical Engineering Degree required; PE is a plus
10+ years of petrochemical experience required preferably as a Pressure Vessel Engineer
Previous pressure vessel experience (including calculations) is mandatory
Plant experience is a plus but is not required
Strong understanding of ASME Codes and standards (B31.3) with a strong understanding of API 650 – 579 is required
Prior experience with performing industry code calculations (ASME, API) new and repurposed vessels, reactor, heat exchangers and tanks.
Familiarity with pipe stress analysis is a plus
CAESAR II software proficiency is desired
Candidates from the Baton Rouge area required since client will not pay per diem
Hunt, Guillot & Associates is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or protected veteran status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.-
Assist duty engineer officer as required in maintaining the engine room for the vessel.
Boiler & Pressure Vessel Inspector
The starting rate of pay will be determined based on the selected candidates' knowledge, skills, abilities, education and experience in the field.
The position as a Boiler & Pressure Vessel Inspector is responsible for the investigation of reported accident of regulated boilers and pressure vessels to ensure general public of a safe working environment based on codes of standards and knowledge of work.
Investigate accidents or failures of regulated vessels that have been reported to the BPVSS office.
Investigate as directed, notices of unsafe conditions received, anonymous or otherwise, and forward detailed reports to the BPVSS office.
Complete effective inspections of regulated equipment in assigned inspection district, including all first or installation approval inspection within his geographic inspection district.
Report via established forms, electronically or in hard copy, as directed, the results of all inspections completed, or activities engaged in.
Operate and maintain clean an assigned state owned vehicle, operated per departmental procedures.
Prepare and submit detailed mileage and maintenance reports, time sheets, memos, travel vouchers and other reports as applicable.
Answer questions and queries posed by the served public
Must have a valid National Board commission, or alternatively, meet the experience and education criteria of 680 IAC 2-3-3, as well as demonstrate evidence of successful completion of the National Board examination, within the previous three years.
Must have a valid driver's license in order to manage and complete inspections within the range of counties comprising each inspection district, respond to catastrophic failures of regulated equipment, and assist in disaster mitigation and emergency response situations as necessary and directed.
Maintain knowledge of, and demonstrate a high level of competence in, all codes and standards adopted by the state of Indiana relative to boiler and pressure vessel regulation.
Maintain and practice a comprehensive grasp of the methodology and tools required to complete meaningful inspections upon the broad range of regulated equipment that comprise the body of inspected equipment.
Demonstrate good organizational skills, in order to manage an inspection territory effectively, assuring the greatest productivity and responsiveness to requests for various inspections.
Demonstrate sufficient computer skills to allow effective use of electronic communication, data retrieval and reporting.
Must be able to effectively communicate via telephone and email data required by the served public.
Must be able to effectively interact in person with personnel employed in those locations where inspections of regulated equipment take place.
Good computer skills are essential.
The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement plans and accrued leave.
Equal Employment Opportunity:
The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Pressure Vessel & Piping Inspector
Job Role Summary
Plant Inspectors will plan, conduct, and document examinations of pressure equipment, vessels, and piping for the purpose of maintaining mechanical integrity and operating reliability. This is a day position, subject to future changes based on business needs. This position is located in Baton Rouge, LA.
Job Role Responsibilities
Provides technical support for the maintenance, operation, and troubleshooting of the plant's fixed equipment.
Analyzes data and recommends actions to enhance equipment reliability.
Develops Risk Based Inspection plans for the plant's fixed equipment.
Provides technical support for projects, and reviews management of change packages.
Provides technical support for unit turnarounds as well as maintenance activities.
Job Role Requirements
Candidates must be certified to a minimum of one API certification (API 510, 570, or 653) with working knowledge of NDE methods, engineering drawings, corrosion mechanisms and monitoring.
Prior relevant Unit Inspector experience in a manufacturing environment.
ASNT Level III and API 653 certification
ExxonMobil is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.
Nearest Major Market: Baton Rouge
Job Segment: Inspection, Engineer, Technical Support, Engineering, Technology
General Vessel Utility
Throughout our history, American Steamship Company ("ASC") has been a pioneer in Great Lakes vessel transportation. Founded in Buffalo, New York in 1907, ASC has witnessed and responded to dramatic changes in Great Lakes shipping and the industries it serves, many times leading the way with innovative solutions that have had a positive impact on Lakes shipping throughout the years.
Our Great Lakes fleet consists of self-unloading vessels that range in length from 635-feet to 1,000-feet. The diversity of our asset base enables us to transport a variety of dry-bulk commodities including iron ore pellets, coal and limestone aggregates. Our single-trip vessel-carrying capacity ranges from 24,000 to 81,000 gross tons. During the navigation season, our vessels operate twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and require no onshore assistance to unload cargo. Unloading speeds range from 7,000 to 10,000 net tons per hour.
Today, under the ownership of GATX Corporation, ASC continues to provide safe, efficient and environmentally responsible waterborne transportation. We are dedicated to continuously building value for GATX, our customers, our employees and the communities in which we live and operate.
This position, also referred to as a billet, is assigned to one of the Company's US Flag self-unloading bulk vessels operating in the Great Lakes. The incumbent uses their experience and professional skills to support the achievement of three broad objectives:
Safety of the ship and the crew;
Sound environmental practices;
Efficient vessel operations.
Proactively watches for, reports and corrects unsafe acts or conditions. Sets a strong example with regard to safe working practices and good seamanship. Utilizes STP procedure in all aspects of daily routine, while performing assigned tasks and duties.
During fit-out, assist deck officers as directed including placing equipment and safety gear on station, testing equipment and lifeboat, taking on stores and slowing. Also, successfully performing all USCG required drills and assisting deck officers as directed during inspection period.
During cargo operations (loading/unloading), assists deck officer on watch including participating in vessel shifting and operating mooring winches, opening/closing hatch covers (incl. operating hatch crane engine, hatch clamps, etc.), rinses cargo holds, secures and clears anchors, relieves Wheelsman for breaks, attends boarding ladder operations and stands boarding ladder watch while maintaining USCG required log. Assist with cargo spillage on deck or in tunnel when directed.
During vessel navigation, assists deck officer on watch as directed including look-out duties, cargo residue clean-up (shoveling, operating wash down hose, etc.) and deck de-icing during colder operating season. Participate in and contribute to Bridge Team Management meetings. Operating mooring winches during docking and undocking. On-deck maintenance incl. chipping and painting and maintaining equipment. Operates incinerator.
Assist deck officers as directed with lay-up process as directed including mooring the shop for long term lay-up, stowing equipment, supplies and safety gear, cleaning cargo holds, etc.
This position interacts with the First Mate, Mate on watch, along with the AB Deck Utility Leader.
Education and/or Experience Required:
- US Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Credential, with the endorsement of Able Seamen Unlimited/Able Seaman Limited, Able Seamen Special (Able Seaman OSV is not acceptable).
- US Department of Homeland Security Transportation Worker Identification Credential ("TWIC")
Possess a strong understanding of ASC's company safety program "STP" and dependably practice it.
Practices attentive and active listening.
Action oriented and enjoys working hard.
Extensive travel is required throughout the Great Lakes region aboard a commercial cargo vessel, considered a physically remote environment.
Must be able to join and depart the vessel for assignments at any time throughout the shipping season in various and extreme weather conditions.
Must be physically able to climb ladders against the side of vessels as necessary to embark and disembark vessels and to have the physical stamina to work extended hours (within USCG limits) in performing duties.
Must be able to satisfy physical standards established by the US Coast Guard and pass periodic Company physical examinations as directed by the Company's Medical Review Officer.
Must be able to pass a UC Coast Guard required chemical test for dangerous drugs.
Must be eligible to enter Canada.
NOTE: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Additional responsibilities may be required upon management request to ensure efficient operation of the vessel.
Summary: Creates mechanical, structural, electrical, electronic designs for new product parts, subassemblies, assemblies or system configurations using 3-D CAD Systems and works with little to no supervision.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Supports the department by studying engineering sketches, specifications, and supporting documents; modeling, designs, details, documents, and verifies mechanical, structural, electrical, electronic parts, subassemblies and assemblies with all levels of complexity
Ensures adherence to quality and cost parameters of the project
Depicts relationships of components and parts`; identifies dimensions, angles, curvatures, tolerances and materials to abide by department standards
Prepares pressure vessel calculations with little to no guidance from engineer using pressure vessel software
Prepares Bills of Material and specifications; creates full package documentation required
Makes various calculations and frequently uses charts and tables to accommodate the design process
Analyzes the effect of proposed changes for proper form, fit and function; recommends solutions regarding cost saving design practices and procedures as related to the project; modifies drawings and model as required; confers with engineers to resolve issues and offers alternate solutions
Maintains technical knowledge by conferring with technical staff advisors, suppliers and industry specialists
Requires use of computers, proficient using 3-D CAD design; proficient using complete Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, etc.), proficient with email system, Microsoft Outlook preferred; strong creative ability to design and develop mechanical, structural, electrical, electronic equipment
Will mentor less experienced Designers
Meets any and all deadlines as required by project schedule and assists other Designers to meet their deadlines
Associates Degree or Technical School Training in ME, EE, Computer Aided Design Technology or related field
10+ years designing and documenting mechanical, structural, electrical, electronic equipment or equivalent combination of education and experience
Good organizational and planning skills
Ability to coordinate others to accomplish objectives
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw conclusions
Strong creative ability to design and develop mechanical/electrical/electronic equipment
Clear and concise verbal and written communications
Requires thorough knowledge of drafting standards
Experience in related industry
Working knowledge in compression, power generation, or offshore oil and gas.
Familiarity with any of the following tools: CADWorx Plant Professional 2008, CADWorx Equipment, ISOGEN, PVELITE, PRO-E, AutoCAD, AutoCAD Mechanical, Oracle
Standard requirements. Bending, squatting, climbing, stooping, twisting and reaching will all be required occasionally in this position
Sitting for long periods of time
Lifting 10 pounds maximum with occasional lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 10 pounds
May be required to work at heights of up to 6 feet
Must meet all OSHA regulations and must wear all required PPE when in the shop environment
Relief Captain - Education/Passenger Vessel
Grand Valley State University is looking for a Temporary Relief Captain.
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