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Young Brothers LLC
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
28 days ago

Description

Job Purpose/Summary:  Responsible for supervising and coordinating all phases of operations relating to tugs and barges. Includes direct supervision of Deck Officers and Deckhands. Involved in selection, promotion and training, crewing, governmental and state regulatory and safety compliance standards, budget development & management, casualty investigations, vessel repair, coordination of vessel schedules, and developing and executing operating standards designed to ensure regulatory compliance consistent with company policies.

 Essential Functions:

Supervision

  • Directs and supervises all offshore marine employees.
  • Interfaces with customers, marine & shoreside employees, vendors, pilots, and regulatory officials. Provides functional direction to Deck Officers on company vessels.
  • Develops, implements and enforces Marine Operations policies and procedures.   
  • Responsible for hiring, crewing, promotions, personnel placement.  Directs training as pertains to marine personnel; ensures online training is completed on time.
  • Audits vessel logs and oversees utilization and scheduling of tugs and barges in fleet.
  • Initiates appropriate corrective and/or disciplinary action when necessary.
  • Supervises staff performing field projects; i.e., special shipments or salvage operations.
  • Responsible for vessel compliance with the pro-forma schedule and communicating schedule to appropriate parties.

Compliance

  • Ensures compliance with company SOP’s, regulatory, licensing, and training requirements, including Preventative Maintenance Program.
  • Investigates and reports the causes and effects of marine incidents.
  • Ensures compliance of company safety policies, maintenance and training programs.
  • Conducts regular inspections of tugs and dredges to ensure compliance with Responsible Carrier Program.
  • Complies with applicable Federal, State and Local regulations, including, but not limited to: USCG, EPA, ISM, ABS, OSHA and OSPR.

Administrative

  • Prepares budgets and manages vessel supply and crew costs.
  • Supervises vessel modifications, rigging and supply.
  • Interprets and administers government regulations.
  • Assists in negotiation and implementation of labor contracts.
  • Effectively communicates regional goals and objectives.
  • Performs special duties and other projects as assigned.
  • Adheres to all company policies.
  • Accomplishes all tasks as appropriately assigned or requested.

Supervisory and Leadership of Direct Staff

  • Responsible for all matters of employment including recruiting, training, development, promotion, discipline and termination. Approves all overtime.
  • Prepares and delivers employee evaluations according to established processes and schedules, communicating often with employees for optimal performance.
  • Understands and complies with Young Brothers’ Affirmative Action Plan, EEO, Non-Discrimination, Harassment, and all other HR policies and procedures.
  • Provides direction to achieve company strategic plan; develops goals to accomplish strategic mission, and with regional goals and objectives.

 Knowledge and Skills:

  • Technical:  Must have a strong maritime background with a thorough understanding of the day-to-day operations of vessels, their limits, their capabilities and both internal characteristics and external factors influencing them.  Must also understand the individual roles, interactions and responsibilities of crewmembers manning the vessels.
  • Legal:  Ability to interpret, administer and ensure compliance with government regulations related to vessel manning, construction, maintenance & repair, safety, training, navigation, work rules, emergency response, licensing and towing operations.
  • Financial:  Should understand at a minimum, basic cost accounting, budgeting, forecasting and financial planning processes to effectively manage multiple budgets on a routine basis. Good organizational and planning skills are essential.
  • Communications:  Must possess strong written and oral communication skills to draft business letters, develop reports, oral presentations, create policies & procedures and write repair specifications.
  • Human Relations:  Must be a team player. A coach-type management style is most effective including the ability to exercise authority when required.  Strong decision making and problem-solving abilities are a must. Should have good negotiating skills to deal with regulators, customers, vendors and labor unions.
  • Personal Traits:  Must be flexible and receptive to change.  Must have ability to deviate from established routines on short notice and establish priority of new assignments.  Must be able to prioritize tasks accordingly to meet deadlines without sacrificing operational quality.  Must be able to delegate effectively.
  • Sensory:  Must have reasonable sensory skills in order to maintain USCG license including color vision, depth perception, hand/eye coordination and hearing; and be proficient in the English language.
  • Interpersonal Skills:  Ability to communicate effectively with all levels and personalities.  Must be able to work effectively under stress and provide strong leadership in emergency response situations.  Provides direct supervision of other managers and subordinates on a day-to-day basis. Ability to be sensitive to the needs of our customers recognizing that the Company is a specialty service provider. Must effectively process sensitive and confidential information. Participates in negotiations with labor unions, customers, and vendors.
  • Equipment:  Proficiency with MS 365 suite of programs, including Teams, office & mobile phones, copiers, two-way radios, and navigation equipment, including radar, GPS and autopilot.
  • Environment/Conditions:  The job is generally performed in an office but when in the field, it is subject to all weather conditions, including exposure to high noise levels and exposure to heat and cold.
  • Schedule:  Occasional long daily hours. On-call 24 hours per day, seven days per week, for phone calls, emails and texts. A field or emergency response may be required outside of regular daily operations. Requires occasional travel.
  • Must have extensive knowledge of offshore towing, harbor ship assist work, and experience with twin screw and tractor tugs.
  • Must have the ability to coordinate the efficient use of vessel and shoreside assets between geographic areas and activities.
  • Ability to understand and interpret laws and regulations as they apply to the maritime business and to maintain effective working relationships with regulatory agencies including, but not limited to, U.S. Coast Guard, ABS, OSHA, OSPR and other local, state and federal agencies.

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Requirements

Minimum Qualifications:  Maritime academy or four-year college degree. Minimum three to five years as a tugboat captain or leadership experience in shoreside management/ocean towing is preferred.  Must possess a valid USCG Masters License or Mates License.

 Working ConditionsWork is performed equally in an office and in the field, in all weather conditions which include high noise areas. Seagoing vessels operate in dynamic, wet, noisy and odorous conditions.  Must able to work at times in poorly ventilated confined spaces wearing personal protective equipment: hard hat, gloves, boots, rain gear, and/or respirators.

 Physical/Mental Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit/stand; use hands or fingers; handle or feel; talk and hear. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.  Ability to move between buildings, ascend/descend stairs and be outdoors in all kinds of weather. For vessel and site visits, demonstrated ability to climb ladders and over bulwarks.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.  Must have reasonable sensory skills in order to maintain USCG license including color vision, depth perception, hand/eye coordination and hearing; and be proficient in the English language. Regular and predictable attendance is a requirement.

Job Information

  • Job ID: 57524883
  • Location:
    Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
  • Position Title: Port Captain
  • Company Name: Young Brothers LLC
  • Job Category: Management
  • Job Type: Full-Time
  • Job Duration: Indefinite
  • Min Education: BA/BS/Undergraduate
  • Min Experience: 3-5 Years
  • Required Travel: 10-25%
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