The Marine Vessel Operator is a temporary contract position based at the ACS Spill Response Center, West Dock, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, and works under general direction of the CCI Industrial Services Marine Lead. Primary responsibility is to operate a variety of ACS vessels from 16-55 feet in length. Daily activities may include Captain and Crew Training, vessel maintenance; vessel support operations, maintenance of other ACS equipment or facilities as assigned; daily vessel and equipment checks; and compliance with all applicable state and federal regulations. This position is on-call 24 hours a day while on the North Slope to ensure readiness for response to oil spill emergencies. Other work related duties as assigned.
High School diploma or equivalent
Current U.S.C.G. License; Minimum – Operator Uninspected Passenger Vessels
Prior experience and proven proficiency of operating jet, single and twin-screw driven vessels
Minimum Class “C” CDL w/Hazmat endorsement and good driving record
Self-directed and work with minimal supervision
Clearly speak, read, write and understand the English language
North Slope Training Course (NSTC)
Current 40 hour HAZWOPER
Respirator fit tested
Current CPR and First Aid
11. Unassisted physical requirements include those necessary to meet minimum standards of a qualified spill responder: Lifting up to 70 lbs.; pushing/pulling up to 100 lbs.; carrying up to 50 lbs.; shoveling up to 20 lbs.; also includes frequent walking, standing; occasional keyboarding, sitting, bending, twisting, squatting, reaching. Work 12-hour days or longer as required.