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Posted: Wednesday, October 4, 2017 6:31 AM

Job Description Basic requirements for position Master of towing Minimum of T license JOB DESCRIPTION PILOTHOUSE PERSONNEL CAPTAIN RELIEF CAPTAIN PILOT MATE WORK SCHEDULE The standard work schedule for Pilothouse Personnel is day work or to days on the vessel then either or days off While on the boat pilothouse personnel stand watch for hours each day with the watch broken into two hour watches The Captain normally stands the forward watch AM to Noon and PM to Midnight The Pilot normally stands the after watch Noon to PM and Midnight to 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 Company Description We pay per haul as well as per hour Hiring bonus payable at and months of hire Lots of room for growth Must be able to pass a UA


• Location: Portland

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