Job Responsibilities & Requirements:
- Applicant must be able to perform destructive weather operations with minimum notice to ensure that the craft and boats are protected during gales, storms, hurricanes, and destructive weather.
- Applicant must be able to support mooring of craft and boats in the boathouse facility, boat storage, or mooring in bay.
- Candidate must be able to perform preventative maintenance on PSC aluminum hull, mechanical, electrical, and electronic systems, or system components.
- Candidate must be able to be responsible for planning, conducting, and documenting all preventative PSC equipment maintenance in accordance with manufacturers’ specifications whether at sea or in port.
- Applicant must be able to develop a comprehensive preventative maintenance schedule and provide annual maintenance action recommendations for repair or upgrade. Maintenance will consist of preventative maintenance actions performed on engines in accordance with manufacturers’ specifications, and corrosion control on the boats hull, structures, and electrical components.
- The candidate must be able to conduct corrective maintenance or repairs on failing or failed PSC hulls i.e. (aluminum, fiberglass, and inflatable(s)), mechanical, electrical, or electronic systems or system components. Repairs may comprise such activities as removal from the craft, dry docking for repairs or maintenance, disassembly of the equipment, inspection to determine cause of failure or level of repair required, replacement or refurbishment of parts, reassembly, tests to ensure proper operation to manufacturer’s specifications, and re-installation onboard the craft.
- Applicant must be able to conduct side scan sonar operations, oceanographic equipment deployment and recovery, ROV operations, on-station monitoring, guard duty, deployment, and recovery of live or inert mines, test instrumentation and objects as specified. Applicant must be able to follow computer generated track lines while towing sonar’s or other towed systems and shall be required to accurately hold station while subsea equipment is deployed or recovered using the vessel’s crane from its stern.
- Candidate must be able to provide surface craft support for divers conducting boat repairs and project support by performing such tasks as line-tending divers in the water from the surface, maintaining surface supplied air equipment, and assisting divers into and out of the water.
- Candidate must be able to ensure boat safety, certification and inspection in the following areas: hull, safety of life at-sea equipment (SOLAS), Automated External Defibrillator (AED), Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) and various firefighting equipment on board the vessel
Required Certifications and Licenses:
- Candidate shall hold a current United States Coast Guard 100 Ton Master license.
- Candidate must be trained and maintain currency in; – Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) – Automated External Defibrillator (AED) operation and First Aid.
Start Date: November 2020
Security Clearance: Secret (required)
Salary: Dependent On Experience