Operate and maintain marine boiler and mechanical equipment such as steam heaters, motors and pumps to provide power and utilities such as propulsion, light, heat and power for vessel by performing the following essential functions.
Essential Functions – the following are essential functions of the job but are not all-inclusive.
- Stand engine room watch during specified periods, observing that required water levels are maintained in boilers, condensers and evaporators, ensuring load on generators is within acceptable limits and oil and grease cups are kept full
- Start engine to propel vessel and regulate engine to control speed and direction
- Supervise Oiler while reading meters and gauges or automatic recording devices at specified intervals to verify operating conditions
- Record data such as temperature of equipment, hours of operation, fuel consumed, temperature or pressure, water levels, voltage load and generator balance
- Adjust manual controls or override automatic controls to bring equipment into recommended or prescribed operating ranges, switch to back-up equipment or systems or to shut down equipment
- Perform other routine duties
- Perform any duties and tasks as deemed necessary by the 2 nd Assistant Engineer
USCG License as a 1 st Assistant Engineer of Steam Vessels of 2000 HP
High school diploma or equivalent
Submit to and pass alcohol and drug tests as including but not limited to pre-employment, random, post-accident testing
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted.
American Queen Steamboat Company - 14 months ago