Ferry Chief Engineer
- Knowledge of the operations, maintenance and repairs of marine diesel and gas engines, pumps, generators and other auxiliary equipment.
- Knowledge of State, Federal, and U.S. Coast Guard laws and regulations regarding occupational hazards and safety precautions for engine room work aboard vessels.
- Demonstrated ability supervising personnel in all areas of engine room operations.
- Demonstrated ability to overhaul and maintain complex engineering equipment up to including large internal combustion diesel engines.
- Skills repairing and performing required periodic maintenance of vessel equipment in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions, Coast Guard regulations, and Ferry Division Policy.
- Valid US Coast Guard license as Chief Engineer or Designated Duty Engineer with appropriate horsepower for the vessel operated.
- Merchant Mariner credential endorsed as 1,000-Horespower limited chief engineer or higher, or license as 1,000-horsepower limited assistant engineer or higher, or 4,000-horsepower designated duty engineer or higher must be uploaded/attached and listed on your application and presented at your interview.
- Transportation Worker Identification Credential Card (TWIC) issued by the Transportation Security Administration.
- Work schedule is 7 days on/7 days off.
- A copy of both your TWIC and Merchant Mariner Credential (MMC) endorsed as 1000 HP Limited Chief Engineer or higher, or license as 1000 HP Limited Assistant Engineer or Higher, or 4000 HP Designated Duty Engineer or Higher must be presented during your interview.
To learn more and get your TWIC go to: https://www.dco.uscg.mil/nmc/twicTo learn more and get your Able Seaman Certificate (MMC) go to: https://www.dco.uscg.mil/Portals/9/NMC/pdfs/helpful_links/how_to_obtain_mmc.pdf
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