to the Ship Operations Manager,is responsible for a variety of waterfront
operations,including all shipboard deck and scientific deck equipment
for Institution vessels and supervising vessel logistics and material
movement at dockside.This is a part-time position,approximately
conditions of shipboard and scientific deck equipment and directs
activities related to their maintenance,repair and installation.
and recommends to Ship Operations Manager modifications and
improvements in deck equipment, in response to both ship and
and controls operating costs for dockside activities and manages
requisitions from ships' officers for ship materials and supplies
to ensure compliance with established budgetary guidelines;identifies
and recommends to Ship Operations Manager capital items and
operating expenditure adjustments.
- Has primary
responsibility for the preparation and conducting of the deck
equipment phases of U.S. Coast Guard,UNOLS,and ABS inspections
of Institution vessels to ensure compliance with appropriate
regulations and requirements.
all uses of the Institution dock;controls and coordinates ship
berthing and ship movements; is responsible for safety and housekeeping
of the waterfront area,including material staging and off-loading,as
the Ship Operations Manager in a broad range of shipboard and
marine practices.Performs other duties as may be assigned.
Desired Education/Experience for Hiring
degree or equivalent in engineering or physical sciences plus 5
to 8 years experience at sea or ashore in marine operations or engineering.Knowledge
of U.S. Coast Guard and American Bureau of Shipping rules and regulations.
Last updated: June 19, 2013