|Job Ref:||16-7245||Employer:||General Dynamics US||Industry:||Aerospace||Country:||United States||City:||Bath||Address:||Post Date:||20/10/2016 05:12|
Provides needed expertise in the dry-docking and undocking of vessels; acts as back up for the Dockmaster. Assists in the day to day operations of the waterfront services organization. Maintains all records on the maintenance programs on dry dock and Landlevel. |
• Assists the Dockmaster in the scheduling of ship movements, docking and inclines, ordering tugs and pilot, positioning of vessel at piers and coordinating installation of ship and barge services.
• Responsible for the safe operation of all docking and ship or barge movements in the absence of the Dockmaster.
• Responsible for ensuring that all required maintenance services are conducted on both dry dock and Landlevel and records are maintained for a period of five (5) years.
• Maintains a safe work environment for all employees.
• Assists in determining safe mooring locations for vessels.
• Actively participates in implementing and monitoring continuous improvement initiatives to improve safety, improve quality, reduce cycle time, and reduce costs.
• Work directly with oversight agencies to administer and maintain operation and certification of in yard tug boat support, barge movements, and diver operations.
• Directly responsible for tugboat and diver operations.
• Assists with developing schedules maintaining all reports, data and forms.
• Other responsibilities and duties as assigned.
• High school graduate or equivalent. Must have formal schooling in mathematics or be able to prove knowledge of ship stability.
• USN Mil-Std 1625D /certified floating dry-dock operations supervisor; or qualified as Navy docking officer in accordance with NAVSEA Instruction 9997-3
• At least five (5) years supervisory experience. Experience in at least 10 dockings in a supervisory position.
• Knowledge of NAVSEA 1625c, NAVSEA 997 and Naval Ship Technical Manual Requirements.
• Knowledge of tug boat operations
• Knowledge of commercial hard hat and scuba diving
• Excellent ship handling skills.
• Excellent command of the English language, both written and orally.
• Familiarity with ship repair specifications and ability to read blueprints.
• Must be able to handle many tasks at one time.