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Objective: Seek the Position of Marine Oiler
SUMMARY: Profoundly talented and resourceful Marine Oiler with more than six years experience in watching and performing a variety of tasks to preserve the painted surface of the ship and to maintain lines and ship equipment, such as running and cargo-handling gear; oiling and greasing moving parts of engines and auxiliary equipment.
Summary of Qualifications
Remarkable ability to select the right tools and equipment to get job done.
Exceptional ability to monitor and assess self performance and that of others and make improvements or take corrective action.
Great ability to watch, read, and interpret gauges, dials, and other indicators to ensure proper operation of machines and systems.
In-depth ability to detect fault in machines and perform minor maintenance, as well as know when to invite expert mechanics.
Complete knowledge of the principles, methods, relative cost and benefits of sea transportation.
Profound knowledge of machines and tools.
Exceptional ability to work peacefully and efficiently in a team for long periods.
Excellent ability to communicate both in writing and by speaking.
Uncommon ability to use hand, arm and fingers to grasp and manipulate objects.
Galaxy Shipping Line Inc., Minneapolis, MN 2002 - Present
Ordinary Seaman Marine Oiler
Chip and clean rust spots on deck, superstructure, and sides of ship, using wire brush and hand or air chipping machine.
Paint and varnish decks, superstructures, lifeboats, and sides of ship.
Lubricate machinery, equipment, and engine parts, such as gears, shafts, and bearings.
Sweep and wash deck, using broom, mops, brushes, and hose.
Splice and repair cables and ropes, using marlinespike, wirecutters, twine, and hand tools.
Handle lines to moor vessel to wharf, tie up vessel to another vessel, or rig towing lines.
Stand watch from bow of ship or wing of bridge to look for obstructions in path of ship.
Examine machinery for specified pressure and flow of lubricants.
Load or unload materials from vessel.
Read pressure and temperature gauges or displays, and record data in engineering log.
Lower and man lifeboat in case of emergency.
Assist engineer in overhauling and adjusting machinery.
Record data in ship's log such as weather conditions and distance traveled.
Turn wheel while observing compass to maintain ship on course.
Galaxy Shipping Line Inc., Minneapolis, MN 2000 - 2002
Marine Oiler (under direct supervision)
Lubricated and assisted in the maintenance and operation of marine propulsion and auxiliary equipment.
Assisted in handling mooring lines during ducking and undocking operations of vessels.
Operated valves associated with loading sludge in the cargo tank aboard sludge vessels and perform related work.
Maintained lube oil storage.
Wiped, cleaned, and polished equipment as required.
Performed other duties as assigned.
Third Assistant Marine Engineer The United State Coast Guard (2000)