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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Ferry Pilot

SUMMARY:   Top notch Ferry Pilot with more than six years experience in ferrying up to 360 feet long for ship-to-shore movement of equipment and cargo during amphibious assault logistics operations and maritime prepositioned shipping operations.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Over 1,500 hours of pilot flight time.
  • Exceptional ability to use interpersonal communication    techniques.
  • Great ability to use local and regional geographical knowledge    for transportation.
  • Excellent ability to use knowledge of seamanship and boat    handling.
  • Strong ability to use knowledge of tides and currents.
  • Uncommon ability to use established traffic and transportation    procedures.
  • Strong ability to evaluate information to determine compliance    with standards.
  • Remarkable ability to perform safety inspections in    transportation setting
  • In-depth ability to monitor processes, materials, and    surroundings.

    Professional Experience

    Zantel Airline Inc., Minneapolis, MN
    2002 - Present

    Ferry Pilot
    • Consult maps, charts, weather reports, and navigation equipment to determine and direct ferry movements.
    • Direct courses and speeds of ferries alongside ships, based on specialized knowledge of local winds, weather, water depths, tides, currents, and hazards.
    • Give directions to crew members who are steering ferries.
    • Operate ferry-to-shore radios to exchange information needed for ferry operations.
    • Prevent ferries under navigational control from engaging in unsafe operations.
    • Provide assistance to ferries approaching or leaving seacoasts, navigating harbors, and docking and undocking.
    • Serve as a ferry's docking master upon arrival at a port and when at a berth.
    • Set ferry' courses that avoid reefs, outlying shoals, and other hazards, utilizing navigational aids such as lighthouses and buoys.
    • Steer ferries into and out of berths, or signal tugboat captains to berth and unberth ships.Advise ships' masters on harbor rules and customs procedures.Learn to operate new technology systems and procedures, through the use of instruction, simulators, and models.
    • Maintain and repair boats and equipment.
    • Maintain ferry logs.
    • Oversee cargo storage on or below decks.
    • Provide assistance in maritime rescue operations.
    • Relieve crew members on tugs and launches.
    • Report to appropriate authorities any violations of federal or state pilotage laws.
    • Make nautical maps.
    • Operate amphibious craft during troop landings.

    Education and Professional Training

    Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) License

    USCG License

    Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering
    University of New York (2000)




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