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


Seek the Challenging Position of Fishing Vessel Operator

A highly talented Ship/boat mate with huge experience in supervising and coordinating activities of crew aboard ships, boats, barges, or dredges.

Summary of Qualifications

  • More than twelve years experience.
  • Sound ability to adjust actions in relation to others' actions.
  • Remarkable ability to motivate, develop, and direct people as    they work and to identify the best people for the job.
  • Excellent ability to control operations of equipment or    systems.
  • Profound effective communication skills.
  • Excellent ability to watch gauges, dials, or other indicators    to make sure a machine is working properly.
  • Great ability managing one's own time and the time of others.
  • In-depth ability to use logic and reasoning to identify the    strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions    or approaches to problems.
  • Excellent knowledge of machines and tools, including their    designs, uses, repair, and maintenance.
  • Immense knowledge of principles and methods for describing    the features of land, sea, and air masses.

    Professional Experience

    Sea Blue Fisheries, Tarrytown, NY                 2000 - Present

    Ship/boat Mate
    • Supervise crew in repair or replacement of defective vessel gear and equipment.
    • Supervise crew in cleaning and maintaining decks, superstructure, and bridge.
    • Observe loading and unloading of cargo and equipment to ensure that handling and storage are according to specifications.
    • Supervise activities of crew engaged in ship's activity, such as barging, towing, dredging, or fishing.
    • Stand watch on vessel during specified periods while vessel is underway.
    • Inspect equipment, such as cargo-handling gear, lifesaving equipment, fishing, towing, or dredging gear, and visual-signaling equipment, for defects.
    • Assume command of vessel in event ship master becomes incapacitated.
    • Observe water from masthead and advise navigational direction.
    • Determine geographical position of ship, using loran and azimuths of celestial bodies.
    • Steer vessel, utilizing navigation devices, such as compass and sexton, and navigational aids, such as lighthouses and buoys.

    Sea Blue Fisheries, Tarrytown, NY                    1996 - 2000

    Boatswain
    • Supervised and coordinated activities of fishing vessel crew engaged in deploying, retrieving, and repairing otter trawl net to catch fish, and operates winches to launch, tow, haul, hoist, and dump net:
    • Conferred with Captain to ascertain specified fishing depth, terrain of ocean floor, and location of fish concentrations, and selected required otter trawl net and other fishing gear accordingly.
    • Directed crew in attachment of floats, weights, otter boards (net guides), and other gear to trawl net preparatory to net deployment.
    • Directed lowering of net over side of vessel, and moved winch controls to release otter boards and tow cables into sea.
    • Observed action of otter boards to ensure that net is tangle free and in desired position, and moved winch controls to maintain even alignment and designated depth of net behind vessel, according to markings on tow cables.
    • Monitored tension on tow cables during tow and moved winch controls as necessary to free net when snagged on obstructions, such as rough bottom, rock pinnacles, or sunken ships.
    • Moved winch controls to haul filled trawl net from sea bottom to ship's stern, and directed crew to specified stations for retrieval of net and dumping of fish onto deck.
    • Trained and directed crew in maintenance of fishing gear, such as reinforcing or replacing frayed or missing sections of trawl net and splicing frayed or weakened tow cables.

    Sea Blue Fisheries, Tarrytown, NY                    1993 - 1996

    Deckhand
    • Secured floating plant with manila and synthetic lines, cables, wire straps, ratchet, etc.
    • Handled lines in making-up and breaking-up tows; securing floating plant; fastening plant to hauling equipment; hooking and unhooking snags and other obstructions; hooking, hoisting and lowering channel buoys; mooring and stabilizing barges and self-propelled vessels; and in shifting, moving, releasing, securing, mooring and tending supply barges, material barges, equipment barges, fleet string-outs, etc.
    • Operated and utilized deck equipment such as small tow-line winch, capstans, winch-mounted timber heads, and ratchets in tightening and securing lines and floating plant.
    • Periodically greased capstans, tow winch, sheaves, electric crane, cables, and other moving deck equipment.
    • Removed Kraft paper from mat barges.
    • Pulled on winch and mooring lines to moor plant and to correct fouled lines.
    • Hooked and fouled lines and cables.

    Education and Professional Training

    High School Diploma (1993)

    Basic Safety Training Certificate
    Crisis Management and Human Behavior Certificates
    Valid USCG License
    Guard Merchant Mariner's Document, Endorsed for Able Seaman-Unlimited




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