Relief Able Seaman position on Oil Spill Response Vessels, stand watch, manning the helm, lookout, security rove, handle mooring lines and general maintenance of ship.
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Convington, LA As a Able Seaman Unlimited at Hornbeck Offshore.My duties were maintain the vessel maintenance inside and out. Making sure the vessel is always clean and presentable. Chipping and painting the vessel as needed. Also assist as directed during sub sea operation. Mainting and proper look out. Also working as the banksman during crane operations both in port and offshore. Worked in the Multi Purpose Vessel Fleet
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- High School Diploma
2012- 11-1-2015 METER TECH JOB DESCRIPTION Meter Reader Consist of reading a daily route of 200-300 residential and business meter throughout the country, collecting on delinquent account, customer support on water meter issues, removing defected water meter, installing new meters, troubleshooting water problems, assist and replace water pvc pipes and main water lines. MERCHANT EXPERIENCE Able bodied seaman- Research Vessel & Military Support Operations. Z-drive tugs- ship assist towing docking navy vessels. Z-drive tugs- LNG Tankers assist docking and security station operation. Crew- boat operation, supply product to offshore oil rigs, certified rigger, offload and on- loading cargo. ENDORSEMENTS AND TRAINING STCW-12- HOUR PERSONAL SURVIVAL TECH 4-HR- PERSONAL SAFETY & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 16 HR- BASIC FIRE-FIGHTING 8 HR- FIRST AID AND CPR RIGGER SCHOOL SAFE GULF SCHOOL TWIC CARD. Tankerman endorsement tank ship dangerous liquids API RP 2D RIGGER SAFTEY MARINE CHEMIST COMPENTENT TRAINING T-HUET 5195 MERCHANT JOB DESCRIPTION Able bodied seaman unlimited Consist of ship s security force, fire-fighting deck maintenance and preservation of deck equipment. Maintaining of the ship s housekeeping and preservation of all inside structure and equipment. Assist Onboard clients with ships support operations, proper look out and bridge operations, while underway, fire team member for helicopter landing and recovery, operator of ships incinerator. Deck cargo operation, loading and offloading cargo from ship to drill ship or Rig. Trained as deck cargo Flagman working with riggers as a team and observing safety precaution and job safe analysis prior to loading and offload operations. Unlicensed Engineer- Rater at 4000 Horsepower, Z-drive C-Tractor tug, consist of 216 cylinder EMD engines, 23406 caterpillar generator engines and various hydraulic units, perform all preventive maintenance and service on all units, maintain inventory and supplies for all equipment, maintaining ships stability, ballast system and recording and receiving, transferring of all fuel, hydraulic fluids and oil for all units. Record and bookkeeping all of the daily, weekly and monthly operations in the engine-room. Maintain all tugs exterior equipment, winches, crane, deck lighting and fixtures, preventive maintenance on tug s a/c system, and firefighting equipment, while working as an engineer, many duties include pilot transfer from tugs to naval vessel safety and assistance, by use of crane-brow operations, transferring pilot to and from vessels, addition personnel and supply transfer at sea. Knowledge of various ship line make- ups for escorting inbounds and outbound operations. Quarterly coast guard and ABS inspection, consist of tank cleaning and engine records, operations and compliance with vessels standards and operational procedures. Unlicensed Engineer- LNG Tugs- rated at 6300 horsepower, Z- drive consist of 2 primary caterpillar engines, 2 main caterpillar generator engines and 2 fire monitor generator engines, a oily water separator system- boss unit, and onboard sewage filtered system, main control panel and hydraulic winch system. Perform all preventive maintenance on all engines, pumps compressors and hydraulic units. Preventative maintenance on tugs a/c system, daily inspection of all equipment before operation, record and computer maintenance programs of all daily, weekly and monthly operations, painting and preservation of all equipment, transfer of ballast water for stability, and receiving and transferring of fuel, hydraulic fluids and oils, inventory of parts orders and supplies, maintain and operate tugs advance firefighting equipment, maintain tugs crane unit. Work with crew members with boat operations; assist in tanker docking operation and make ups. Coordinate with captain with all tugs maintenance issues and upkeep. I was Second in charge of security teams and fire-fighting operation. 3rd class mechanic pumper- beginning job description was set up 2 to 4 inch pumping hoses for dewatering and or tank cleaning operation, set up 2 inch air line system which consist of a main air line system with a maniford or various maniford to supply air to various craft on the ships, knowledge of wisband pumps which used for pumping fluid through the proper pumping lines, duties also including supervising a 5-8 man crew in bilge cleaning, tank washing and inspection, duties also include blanking and deblanking tanks knowledge of different sizes of tank ventilation plugs used in tanks. Also conducted a tank seal test using a calibrated instrument. CLOSING STATEMENTS - Thank you for viewing my resume. I am looking forward to becoming a valuable asset with your company.
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After many years as a Spanish teacher, I joined the Maine State Ferry Service as an Able Seaman. Job includes steering, line-handling, lookout, maintainence of deck equipment, passenger cabin orderliness, customer service, ticket handling, emergency drills, etc. Also hold a 500-Ton Inland Masters license, and serve as a relief Captain as needed. License also includes 100-Ton Near Coastal Masters and 1600-Ton Inland Mate’s. Have a letter of commendation for assisting in the rescue of two fishermen whose boat foundered and sank in mid-winter. Eighteen years of service, full time.
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My name is Maliki selemani I live at Dar es salaam Tanzania I'm a seaman rank A.b and if you have chance of o.s I'm ready to join for fishing boat,tug supply but my experience is in supply boat I'm ready to join in fishing if you have chance My contact is +255659973069 thanks
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Experienced in all practical seamanship work includes steering the ship, fire fighter, bridge watchkeeping.etc..
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Expert at running various types of cranes, forklifts, and job-site heavy equipment including but not limited to ship winches/windlasses, overhead electric cranes, hydraulic knuckle/boom cranes, yard & stay cranes, telescopic/reach forklifts and lifeboat davits. Experience running this equipment was gained both on land and at sea, during inclement weather and rough seas. Provided vessel and port security, operated heavy equipment. Was responsible for hardware repair/maintenance, fire safety and hot work setup/safety both at sea and in port. Performed firefighting and first aid duties on the vessels Emergency Squad. Stood watch as Helmsman and Outlook as per US Coast Guard standards regarding vessels of unlimited tonnage. Majority of time as helmsman included steering in hand while RIM - ship to ship transfers of 50-ton cod-ends involving the shooting of a 500' hawser line. Majority of time as helmsman and outlook was during inclement/dangerous weather in the Bering Sea, Alaska. Very skilled at maneuvering within close quarters with multiple other vessels. Ship steered was the Ocean Phoenix, a 204 meter vessel with a gross tonnage of 17845. Worked on deck for portion of shift painting and doing various ship maintenance jobs: i.e. checking fire dampers and emergency/safety equipment. Helped with tying up of ship during offloads at port. Very experienced with splicing and rigging, including the building/repair of fishing equipment such as nets and cod-ends.
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