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Designated Duty Engineer Job In Seattle Now Available With Crowley

IBU ATB 550 fleet on the West Coast | The Assistant Engineer duties shall include, but not be limited to the following:

  • Daily routine inspections, maintenance, repair and engine room rounds of the tug and barge as directed by the Chief Engineer.
  • Perform ballast exchange operations onboard the tug and barge as required based upon vessel routing.
  • Perform mechanical system troubleshooting and repairs aboard the barge,
  • Coordination and implementation of scheduled maintenance functions on the barge. Assists and instructs deck crew on barge maintenance procedures.
  • Cosmetic maintenance to vessels as required.
  • Order, receipt and inventory of engineering parts and materials.
  • Assists Other Engineers with vessel fuel management and bunkering.
  • Tasks as assigned by C.E. or Master.
  • DDE Unlimited Horsepower Motor license, (may sub 3 A/E Motor or A/E-Limited Motor License)
  • STCW with endorsements including Officer in Charge of Engineering Watch and Advanced Firefighting
  • Life Boatman Endorsement
  • TWIC
  • CPR, First Aid
  • Valid Passport – must be able to travel internationally with no felonies, DUI, or other convictions which would restrict entry into Canada
  • 1 year service as sea going Engineer or academy graduate
  • Tankerman-Engineer or Tankerman-PIC (Barge)
  • Prior experience with Inert Gas system and Intercon Coupler systems.
  • Familiarity with petroleum cargo and ballast operations and regulations.
  • Computer skills with Word, Excel, Outlook and Maintenance Programs (ABS NS5).