Oceanwide is accepting applications/resumes for the upcoming weeks for open positions.
Duration : TBA
Roles and Responsibilities (Includes but not limited to) :
- The Ship or Boat Captain is responsible for the safe operation of their vessel and must ensure that it is operated and crewed according to both company and legal guidelines.
- You must investigate any damage to the vessel, personal injuries of crew and the environmental effects of the vessel; this includes monitoring any pollution and checking for oil spills around the vessel and at ports and harbors. As a Ship or Boat Captain health and safety is a priority.
- The Ship or Boat Captain is responsible for the interviewing and hiring of crewmembers and the allocation of living quarters and work shifts of all crew members.
- Must maintain all on-board equipment, including machinery, engines and safety equipment with regular inspection.
- The Ship or Boat Captain must navigate vessels using maps, radars and lights using electronic devices and the following of contour lines.
- Monitor daily progress of the vessel, observing speed, engine pressure and water depths, and signaling any passing ships is a key part of a Ship or Boat Captain's role.
- Must adhere to any budgets and the purchasing and loading of fuel, supplies and equipment is your responsibility,
- The Ship or Boat Captain must also maintain full knowledge of the cargo carried by the vessel and answer any queries from customs officials.
- The Ship or Boat Captain must conduct his crew in their tasks, monitoring the performance of license and unlicensed crew
Experience Requirements (Includes but not limited to the following):
- Merchant Mariners Credential with required license relative to position.
Certifications needed (Includes but not limited to the following)
- Officer in Charge of a Navigational Watch
- USCG MMC
- Merchant Mariner Medical
- Safegulf Rigger Safety
- STCW Basic