FERRYBOAT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR (Marine Master/Ferryboat Captain)
FERRYBOAT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR (Marine Master/Ferryboat Captain)
$4,372.00 - $7,842.00 Monthly
DOTD-Engineering & Operations
MAINTENANCE SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
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Preference given to Masters of 1600 gross Ton or more that also possess either a towing endorsement or a dual licensure as a Designated Duty Engineer of at least 1000HP.
Incumbent will operate LADOTD Ferry Vessel at Plaquemine, LA ferry crossing.
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FERRYBOAT OPERATIONS MANAGER B
Five years of experience in marine operations and a U.S. Coast Guard officer's credential.
At this level, one of the following credentials or the equivalent may be preferred by the hiring agency depending on the vacancy to be filled:
- National Master of Self Propelled Vessels Upon Great Lakes & or Inland Waters with one of the following gross registered tonnages (GRT):
- Less than 500 GRT
- Less than 1600 GRT
- Unlimited GRT
- National Master of Towing Vessels Upon Ocean, Near Coastal, Great Lakes-Inland & Western Rivers.
The hiring agency will ensure compliance with all applicable U.S. Coast Guard regulations.
Possession of a current Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) will be required by the hiring agency at the time of appointment.
For more information on how to obtain a TWIC and other U.S. Coast Guard credentials, please see the National Maritime Center website:
FUNCTION OF WORK:
To supervise ferry operations.
LEVEL OF WORK:
Direct from a Ferryboat Operations Manager. Other reporting relationships may be approved by SCS.
Direct over Ferryboat personnel. Other relationships may be approved by SCS.
LOCATION OF WORK:
Department of Transportation and Development. Other locations may be approved by SCS.
Differs from Ferryboat Operator Senior by the presence of direct supervisory responsibility aboard a complex ferry vessel.
Differs from Ferryboat Operations Manager A by the absence of managerial responsibility for an assigned ferry location.
Examples of Work
EXAMPLES BELOW ARE A BRIEF SAMPLE OF COMMON DUTIES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS JOB TITLE. NOT ALL POSSIBLE TASKS ARE INCLUDED.
Complex ferry vessels are those which are required by the U.S. Coast Guard to have licensed deck and engine room personnel aboard during operations.
Serves as captain of a complex ferry vessel by supervising all operations. Prepares performance reviews and approves leave for Ferryboat personnel assigned to the vessel.
Pilots complex U.S. Coast Guard-inspected ferry vessels that are used to carry vehicles and passengers; may tow vessels for repairs when required.
Oversees master log of all operations and preparation of required reports; submits reports as necessary.
Inspects equipment, machines, rigging, and gear aboard vessels. Provides corrective instruction to Ferryboat personnel as necessary.
Oversees lower-level Ferryboat personnel during exercises for emergency fire and collision drills.
Operates and demonstrates proper use of ferry vessel equipment such as marine radio, state radio, radar, and related safety equipment.
Oversees proper operation and routine maintenance of the engine room and machinery aboard a ferry vessel such as main propulsion diesel engines, main electrical generating plants, hydraulic systems, sanitation systems and pumping systems.
Oversees required engine room logs and preparation of related reports.
Oversees safe refueling operations.
Instructs lower-level Ferryboat personnel in proper procedures to ensure safe operation of the ferry vessel.
May serve ashore to assist Ferryboat Operations Managers by supervising operations for multiple vessels.
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