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Objective: Seek the Position of Tugboat Captain
SUMMARY: Top class Tugboat Captain with more than six years experience operating tugboat and barge, ensuring safe transit to desired locations, maneuvering & positioning the vessel, communicating through use of radio equipment, performing minor maintenance and daily safety inspections, and ensuring overall safe vessel operation.
Summary of Qualifications
Exceptionally skilled in the safe operation of vessels.
Huge knowledge of the U.S. Coast Guard "Rules of the Road".
Thorough knowledge of the safe and proper methods for towing and mooring other vessels.
Profound ability to dock without damaging barge, vessel, pier, mooring or docking facility.
Remarkable knowledge of height and width clearances of bridges, power lines, and other overhead obstructions.
Immense ability to read and understand charts, radar, Loran compass and other navigational devices.
Uncommon ability to determine course, towing speed based on specialized knowledge of winds, weather, tides and current.
Strong radar endorsements.
Proven ability to maintain balance and coordination on rocking platforms.
Remarkably coordinated; possess good vision, excellent hearing and have great depth perception.
Sound ability to climb, lift seventy-five to one hundred (75 -100) pounds, live in close quarters, and withstand inclement weather.
Uncommon proficiency in the use of radio equipment on the tugboat to communicate with the U.S. Coast Guard, ships, tugboats, etc.
In-depth knowledge in the use of tie-up ropes & mooring procedures, engine operation and maintenance, and recognizing possible vessel problem areas.
Ray Mariners Construction Inc., Minneapolis 2002 - Present
Accountable for operating the tugboat and barge.
Ensure safe transit to desired locations.
Maneuver & position the vessel.
Communicate through use of radio equipment.
Perform daily safety inspections.
Ensure overall safe vessel operation.
Responsible for maintaining proper logs and filing reports as required by Government regulations and the Company.
Responsible for routine maintenance, adjustments and appearance of tugboat or workboat.
Assist Mechanics in major overhaul and repair.
Responsible for daily inspections of the tugboat or workboat for wear, safety and integrity of the hull.
Direct the work of the tug's crew.
Help fight fires or oil pollution at sea, take part in salvage work and assist in rescue operations.
Ray Mariners Construction Inc., Minneapolis 2000 - 2002
Operated and maintained shipboard equipment associated with cargo handling and intership transfer of personnel, fuel and materiel at sea.
Operated and maintained a ship's anchor and cable equipment for such tasks as towing, the launch and recovery of a ship's boats, and rescue operations.
Operated and navigated small craft in enclosed waters, including a ship's boats, auxiliary vessels and tenders.
Performed tasks associated with a ship's rigging, rope work and lifesaving equipment.
Organized and conducted activities associated with the storage, training and use of small arms, demolitions and ammunition.
Planned, organized and conducted drill and ceremonies such as ceremonial salutes, honor guards and burials at sea.
Assisted and supervised deck crews in cleaning, preserving and painting the ship and its equipment.
Operated equipment such as outboard motors, industrial sewing machines, forklifts and cranes on replenishment ships.
Coordinated watchkeeping duties at sea and in harbour.
Education and Professional Training
In Possession Of: Launchmaster Certificate Master of Towing License Valid driver's license