Maritime Deck positions

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Company: OSM Maritime Group Skills: A B Seaman, Captain / Master, Ships Mate / Officer Experience: 1 + Years Education: High School/Secondary Employment Type: Full Time Contractor Location: Houston, Texas, United States Status: Active
In order to apply for this position, applicants MUST meet the following criteria. If your resume
does not match these criteria, you will not be able to apply for this position.Authorized to work in: US

 

MASTER/CAPTAIN  

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

In addition to the authorities, responsibilities and duties of the ISM code the Master has the duties outlined below (which are not limited to):

Implementing the safety and environmental-protection policy of the Company

Motivating the crew in the observation of that policy

Issuing appropriate orders and instructions in a clear and simple manner

Verifying that specified requirements are observed

Reviewing the safety management system and reporting its deficiencies to the shore-based management

The Master is the manager and the Company’s representative on the vessel

Ultimately responsible for the safe operation of the vessel and the safety of lives onboard and the marine environment

Responsible for compliance with all safety regulations, Flag State, coastal state, and other applicable rules and legislation

Responsible for working with the OCM / Superintendent on construction matters to ensure compliance with McDermott Clients’ requirements and expectations and promote general safety and harmony aboard the vessels

Responsible for all marine operations, safety of the crew and vessel

Responsible for the health, safety and welfare of all personnel working on the vessel, for the protection of the environment and for ensuring that the McDermott HSES Policies are understood and implemented

Responsible for overall hygiene quality control of the vessel

Responsible for maintaining order and discipline

Responsible for the co-ordination of vessel movements, including navigation, DP, anchoring and auxiliary vessel activities (such as supply vessels, anchor handling tugs or other vessel movements)

Responsible through delegation for vessel communications, warehousing, medical facilities, catering, hotel activities and vessel housekeeping activities

Responsible for the seaworthiness and /or stability of the vessel. In the event of an emergency endangering the seaworthiness or stability of the vessel or risk of death or serious injury, the Master has the authority to take whatever measures deemed necessary to remedy the situation

Responsible through delegation to all other crew members or other related sub-contractors for the safe and efficient operation of the vessel

Responsible for efficiently managing the ship’s crew and subcontractors, resulting in the general up-keep and maintenance of the vessel and its equipment

Responsible for maintaining both Company and Client administrative documentation, emergency procedures, written instructions and the vessel Safety Management System

Responsible for preparation and/or submission of logbooks, daily records, maintenance records and permits in accordance with Company and regulatory requirements.

Responsible for the investigation of any marine related incident and the implementation of any corrective action

Responsible for regular Master’s Review of the Safety Management System (SMS)

Responsible for planning and conducting safety and emergency drills

Responsible for ensuring the implementation of the company’s environmental protection policy

Responsible to ensure that the ISPS Code Ship Security Plan is implemented

Ensure that all personnel familiarize themselves with those parts of the SMS that are applicable to their function

To be familiar with, and capable of operating the vessel’s GMDSS equipment

In the event that the Master uses his authority to deviate from Company Procedures, the Master shall as soon as practicable, report in writing to management ashore the specific deviation and the reason for it. This shall include use of the Company Management of Change (MOC) process as relevant.

To be familiar with all Company procedures, including the Safety Management System, applicable to his duties

Responsible for refusing unsafe work and for carrying out all work in accordance with the established safety standards and work practices and reinforcing all crew members’ responsibility and right to refuse and stop unsafe work.

Taking part in emergency and occupational onboard training such as, the use of self-contained breathing apparatus, firefighting, man overboard exercises, lifeboat launching, security drills and other training as applicable for the function

Wearing, inspecting and caring for required personal protective equipment (PPE).

The Master or his/her delegate is responsible to access all on-signing seafarer’s profile in MAPS and compare the present MAPS content to the originals presented at sign on. Any discrepancies or gaps (i.e. old / expired or missing documents) must be reported to the Vessel Manager.

Weather conditions and forecasts with a view to anticipating and preparing for adverse weather

Area charts and survey data

Anchor handling and tow operations

Bunkering activities and other vessel work Inspection and unloading of support equipment.

The stability of the vessel with close attention during heavy lifts

Assist with investigating and reporting of marine accidents/damages sustained to marine equipment

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Knowledge and experience in the offshore industry with at least 10+ years’ experience in a similar role

College degree preferred

Experience and qualifications as a Master/Captain with DP Vessel experience

Proven ability to lead teams with strong communication and leadership skills

Computer literate, basic knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet and email applications

Valid Offshore Medical

BOSIET Training or Equivalent (OPITO approved)

Fluent both in spoken and written English

Knowledge of DP Vessel operations

STCW95 Reg:

II/2 – Master

IV/2 – GMDSS

II/1 – Generic and Type-Specific ECDIS training (for vessels with ECDIS)

VI/1 – Basic Training

VI/2 – Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than FRB

VI/4-1 – Medical First Aid

VI/5 – Ship Security Officer

Nautical Institute Full DP Operator’s Certificate 

STCW medical fitness certificate

Minimum: 540 Days Sea Time as Chief Mate on vessels engaged in offshore construction operations.

 

 

 

 

 

CHIEF MATE/SENIOR DPO/Vessel Safety Officer 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

Tasks and Responsibilities of Chief Mate/Senior DPO include (but are not limited to):

Responsible for the Navigation, DP or anchor operations in general during his watch

Responsible for the general stability of the vessel and as such for the registration of all deck loads and additional weights

Responsible for the supervision, training, and evaluation of all persons in the Bridge crew and maintains and administers discipline to vessel personnel.

Responsible for co-ordination of all deck, crane, helicopter and supply boat operations during his watch (While project operations are in progress, the above should be done in close consultation with the OCM / Superintendent and / or Deck Foreman)

Responsible for potable water checks prior to bunkering and correct chlorine dosing of bunkered water

Responsible to be familiar with manuals and procedures, which are applicable for the function, as laid down in the vessel SMS.

Ensuring the quantity and quality of potable water.

Ensuring compliance with and relevant revisions of ship specific manuals under the responsibility of the bridge

Planned Maintenance (PM), including spare parts inventory, for deck and hotel equipment when not covered specifically by the engineering department. PM activities and results must be reported to Chief

Responsible to ensure that correct PPE is in use by personnel under his authority

Responsible for ensuring compliance with the vessel’s Garbage Management Plan

Responsible for maintenance of deck and hotel equipment not covered by the engineering department

Sets watches, assigns jobs, approves overtime and ensures that assigned jobs are completed successfully by bridge personnel.

Completion, issuance and maintenance of McDermott HSE related reports and documents i.e. statistics, inspection reports, meeting minutes.

Monitoring personnel manifested to join the vessel to ensure they hold current prerequisite training for the designation.

Identifies maintenance needs, sets and revises priorities, and assigns maintenance activities.

Requisitions supplies necessary for the safe efficient operations of vessel.

Acts as the vessel’s Response Coordinator with reference to the Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (SOPEP)

To be familiar with, and capable of operating the vessel’s GMDSS and other radio and navigational equipment

To ensure that adequate registration of deck loads is maintained during his watch.

Accurately maintain logbooks, the planned maintenance system and spare part control for deck related equipment

Assist with medical emergencies as they occur.

Participate in daily pre-shift meetings.

Act as primary Vessel Security Officer. Maintain Vessel Security Plan and conduct security drills.

Ensure current MARSEC levels are followed onboard

To be familiar with all Company procedures, including the Safety Management System, applicable to his duties

Responsible for refusing unsafe work and for carrying out all work in accordance with the established safety standards and work practices.

Taking part in emergency and occupational onboard training such as, the use of self-contained breathing apparatus, fire-fighting, man overboard exercises, lifeboat launching, security drills and/or other training as applicable for the function

Wearing, inspecting and caring for required personal protective equipment.

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Knowledge and experience in the offshore industry with at least 5 years’ experience in a similar Mechanical role

High school graduate

Mechanical Engineering Certificate

Fluent both in spoken and written English

Knowledge of DP Vessel operations

STCW95 Reg:

II/2 – Master,

IV/2 GMDSS,

VI/4-1 – Medical First Aid

VI/5 – Ship Security Officer

VI/2-2 Fast Rescue Craft (If assigned to FRC)

Nautical Institute Full DP Operator’s Certificate 

STCW medical fitness certificate

Minimum: 360 Days Sea Time documented as OICNW of which 180 days must be as OICNW on vessels engaged in offshore construction operations

 

 

 

 

2nd Mate/DPO  

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

Tasks and Responsibilities of 2nd Mate/DPO include (but are not limited to):

Responsible for Navigation, DP or anchor operations when on duty

Responsible to maintain current log books on all operations such as vessel movements, helicopter and boat arrivals and departures, deck activities, incidents and accidents

Responsible for maintaining the bridge in an orderly and professional manner

Responsible for updating navigational publications and charts when appointed in name by the Master

Responsible for preparation of manifests for helicopters and supply vessels

Assist in planned maintenance of safety equipment, deck equipment and miscellaneous navigational equipment

Perform duties in connection with the GMDSS installation

Carry out duties and responsibilities as laid down in the Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (SOPEP)

Oversee deck operations and crane operations with reference to overall vessel operational requirements

To be familiar with all Company procedures, including the Safety Management System, applicable to his duties

Responsible for refusing unsafe work and for carrying out all work in accordance with the established safety standards and work practices.

Taking part in emergency and occupational onboard training such as, the use of self-contained breathing apparatus, firefighting, man overboard exercises, lifeboat launching, security drills and/or other training as applicable for the function

Wearing, inspecting and caring for required personal protective equipment.

 

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Knowledge and experience in the offshore industry with at least 5 years’ experience in a similar Mechanical role

High school graduate

Mechanical Engineering Certificate

Valid Offshore Medical

BOSIET Training or Equivalent (OPITO approved)

Fluent both in spoken and written English

Knowledge of DP Vessel operations

STCW95 Reg.

II/1 – OICNW,

IV/2 – GMDSS

VI/4-1 Medical First Aid

VI/2-2 Fast Rescue Craft (If assigned to FRC)

V1-6 Security Training for Seafarers with Security Duties

Nautical Institute Full DP Operator’s Certificate

STCW medical fitness certificate

 

 

 

BOSUN  

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

Tasks and Responsibilities of Bosun include (but are not limited to):

 

Wearing, inspecting and caring for required personal protective equipment.

Responsible to organize day to day work on deck

Responsible to see that regular maintenance to manufacturer’s specifications are performed on deck equipment and crane

Responsible to ensure that correct PPE is in use by personnel under his authority

Proficient in all rigging operations

Proficient in the maintenance of deck equipment

Carry out duties and responsibilities as laid down in the Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (SOPEP)

To be familiar with all Company procedures, including the Safety Management System, applicable to his duties

Responsible for refusing unsafe work and for carrying out all work in accordance with the established safety standards and work practices.

Taking part in emergency and occupational onboard training such as, the use of self-contained breathing apparatus, fire-fighting, man overboard exercises.

 

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Knowledge and experience in the offshore industry with at least 5 years’ experience in a similar Mechanical role

High school graduate

Valid Offshore Medical

BOSIET Training or Equivalent (OPITO approved)

Fluent both in spoken and written English

Knowledge of DP Vessel operations

STCW95 Reg VI/1 Basic Training

II/4 – Rating Forming Part of a Navigation Watch

STCW95 Reg. VI/2-1 Survival Craft

V1-6 Security Training for Seafarers with Security Duties

STCW medical fitness certificate

Minimum: 180 Days Sea Time documented as Able Seaman

 

 

 

 

 

ABLE BODIED SEAMAN

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

Tasks and Responsibilities of Able Bodied Seaman include (but are not limited to):

 

Wearing, inspecting and caring for required personal protective equipment.

Proficient in all rigging operations under direction

Work as directed by Bosun.

Carry out duties and responsibilities as laid down in the Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (SOPEP)

To be familiar with all Company procedures, including the Safety Management System, applicable to his duties

Responsible for refusing unsafe work and for carrying out all work in accordance with the established safety standards and work practices.

Taking part in emergency and occupational onboard training such as, the use of self-contained breathing apparatus, firefighting, man overboard exercises, lifeboat

 

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Knowledge and experience in the offshore industry with at least 2 years’ experience in a similar role

High school graduate

BOSIET Training or Equivalent (OPITO approved)

Fluent both in spoken and written English

Knowledge of DP Vessel operations

STCW95 Reg: II/4 – Rating Forming Part of a Navigation Watch

STCW95 Reg. VI/2-1 Survival Craft

STCW95 Reg. VI/2-2 Fast Rescue Craft (If assigned to FRC)

V1-6 Security Training for Seafarers with Security Duties

STCW medical fitness certificate

 

 

 

 

ORDINARY SEAMAN

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

Tasks and Responsibilities of an Ordinary Seaman include (but are not limited to):

 

Wearing, inspecting and caring for required personal protective equipment.

Proficient in all rigging operations under direction

Work as directed by Bosun.

Carry out duties and responsibilities as laid down in the Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (SOPEP)

To be familiar with all Company procedures, including the Safety Management System, applicable to his duties

Responsible for refusing unsafe work and for carrying out all work in accordance with the established safety standards and work practices.

Taking part in emergency and occupational onboard training such as, the use of self-contained breathing apparatus, firefighting, man overboard exercises, lifeboat

 

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

 

Knowledge and experience in the offshore industry with at least 5 years’ experience in a similar Mechanical role

High school graduate

Mechanical Engineering Certificate

BOSIET Training or Equivalent (OPITO approved)

Fluent both in spoken and written English

Knowledge of DP Vessel operations

STCW95 Reg:

VI/1 – Basic Training

STCW95 Reg. VI/2-1 Survival Craft

STCW95 Reg. VI/2-2 Fast Rescue Craft (If assigned to FRC)

V1-6 Security Training for Seafarers with Security Duties

STCW medical fitness certificate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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