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SEACOR Marine has a wide range of offshore positions which can lead to great opportunities for career development. The majority of the positions on our vessels require United States Coast Guard (USCG) Merchant Mariner Credentials. All positions on our vessels require a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC).

Information on obtaining a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC) can be found on the TWIC website: www.tsa.gov/twic.

Information regarding the requirements for USCG Merchant Mariner Credentials can be found on the USCG website: www.uscg.mil/nmc/.

All SEACOR Marine personnel must pass a Department of Transportation (DOT) drug screening and a company/USCG Merchant Mariner physical.

Information on the drug screening and physical as well as other general information for USCG documentation requirements may be found at www.uscg.mil/nmc/medical.asp.


Crew (FSV) / Mini Supply Vessel Positions

First Captain

Responsibilities include: effective management of vessel crew, maintaining proper watches, maintaining vessel logs for company and customer, maneuvering vessel in port at various docks and offshore at various offshore facilities, general navigation of vessel, and overseeing enforcement of and adherence to all company policies and procedures on board as described under SEACOR's Safety Management System (SMS) manual.

Qualifications: First Captains must possess a valid USCG issued Master's License of at least 100 Gross Tons Near Coastal with a Radar Unlimited endorsement; an FCC Marine Operator's permit; Bridge Resource Management certification; a high school diploma/GED; a valid Driver's License; and a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC). Prior experience in the capacity of First Captain is preferred.

Second Captain

The Second Captain reports directly to the First Captain.

Responsibilities include: effective management of vessel crew, maintaining proper watches, maintaining vessel logs for company and customer, maneuvering vessel in port at various docks and offshore at various offshore facilities, general navigation of vessel, and overseeing enforcement of and adherence to all company policies and procedures on board as described under SEACOR's Safety Management System (SMS) manual.

Qualifications: Second Captains must possess a valid USCG issued Master's License of at least 100 Gross Tons Near Coastal with a Radar Unlimited endorsement; FCC Marine Operator's permit; Bridge Resource Management certification; a high school diploma/GED; a valid Driver's License; and a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC). Prior experience in the capacity of First Captain is recommended.

Third Captain

This is a training position for a new USCG license holder or for captains who do not have experience working in our industry.

Qualifications: Third Captains must possess a valid USCG issued Master's License of at least 100 Gross Tons Near Coastal with a Radar Unlimited endorsement; FCC Marine Operator's permit; Bridge Resource Management certification; a high school diploma/GED; a valid Driver's License; and a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC).

Unlicensed Engineer

Responsibilities include: general maintenance of engine room; timely fluid and filter changes; safe transfer of product (water, fuel, etc.); ongoing preventive maintenance of engine room; assisting with deck duties, line handling, and maintaining proper watches as described by the vessel Master.

Qualifications: Unlicensed Engineers must have prior engine room experience, a high school diploma/GED; a valid Driver's License; and a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC).

Deckhand

Prior experience is not necessary but recommended for this entry-level position.

Responsibilities include: following the Captain's orders; general maintenance of vessel; line handling; painting; maintaining cleanliness in living areas; and maintaining proper watches as described by the vessel Master.

Qualifications: Deckhands must possess a high school diploma/GED; a valid Driver's License; and a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC).


Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) / Anchor Handling Towing Supply (AHTS) Positions

Captain

Responsibilities include: effective management of vessel crew; maintaining proper watches; maintaining vessel logs for company and customer; maneuvering vessel in port at various docks and offshore at various offshore facilities; general navigation of vessel; and overseeing the enforcement of and adherence to all company policies and procedures on board as described under SEACOR's Safety Management System (SMS) manual.

Qualifications: Captains must possess a valid USCG issued Master's License of at least 500/1600 Gross Tons Near Coastal or 3000 Gross Tons (ITC) with STCW 95 endorsement; a Merchant Mariners Document (Z-Card); a high school diploma/GED; a valid Driver's License; and a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC). Prior experience as a Captain is required.

Mate

The Mate reports directly to the Captain.

Responsibilities include: effective management of vessel crew; maintaining proper watches; assisting the captain in maintaining vessel logs for company and customer; general navigation of the vessel; and overseeing the enforcement of and adherence to all company policies and procedures on board as described under SEACOR's Safety Management System (SMS) manual.

Qualifications: Mates must possess a valid USCG issued Mate License of at least 500/1600 Gross Tons Near Coastal or 3000 Gross Tons (ITC) with STCW 95 endorsement; a Merchant Mariners Document (Z-Card); a high school diploma/GED; a valid Driver's License; and a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC). Prior experience as a Mate is recommended.

Licensed Engineer

Responsibilities include: general maintenance of the engine room; timely fluid and filter changes; safe transfer of product (water, fuel, etc.); safe transfer of bulk products (barite, cement, etc.); circulation of below deck fluids; ongoing preventive maintenance of engine room; and adherence to the self-inspection program outlined in SEACOR's Safety Management System (SMS) manual.

Qualifications: Licensed Engineers must possess a valid USCG issued Designated Duty Engineer or Chief Engineer License of at least 4,000 HP with STCW 95 endorsement; a Merchant Mariners Document (Z-Card); a high school diploma/GED; a valid Driver's License; and a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC). Prior experience as a Licensed Engineer is required.

Able Seaman (A/B)

Responsibilities include: following the Captain and Mate's orders; general maintenance of the vessel; line handling; painting; maintaining cleanliness in living areas; and holding proper watches as described by vessel Master.

Qualifications: Able Seamen must possess a valid USCG issued Merchant Mariners Document (Z-Card) endorsed as Able Seaman rating; a high school diploma/GED; a valid Driver's License; and a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC). STCW 95 endorsement is preferred.

Qualified Member of the Engine Department (QMED)/Oiler

Responsibilities include: following Engineer's orders; general maintenance of the engine room; assisting with fluid and filter changes; assisting in the safe transfer of fluids (Fuel is handled by Licensed Engineer.); assuming preventive maintenance duties of engine room; assisting with deck duties; line handling; and maintaining proper watches as described by the vessel Master and Licensed Engineer.

Qualifications: QMEDs/Oilers must possess a valid USCG issued Merchant Mariners Document (Z-Card) endorsed as QMED/Oiler rating; a high school diploma/GED; a valid Driver's License; and a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC). STCW 95 endorsement is preferred.

Ordinary Seaman (O/S)

Prior experience is not necessary but recommended for this entry-level position.

Responsibilities include: following the Captain and Mate's orders; general maintenance of vessel; line handling; painting; maintaining cleanliness in living areas; and holding proper watches as described by the vessel Master.

Qualifications: Ordinary Seamen must possess a valid USCG issued Merchant Mariners Document (Z-Card) as required by the USCG; a high school diploma/GED; a valid Driver's License; and a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC).

Wiper

Prior experience is not necessary but is recommended for this entry-level engine room position.

Responsibilities include: following the Engineer's orders; general maintenance of the engine room; assisting with fluid and filter changes; assisting in the safe transfer of fluids (Fuel is handled by Licensed Engineer.); assuming preventive maintenance duties of engine room; assisting with deck duties; line handling; and maintaining proper watches as described by the vessel Master and Licensed Engineer.

Qualifications: Wipers must possess a valid USCG issued Merchant Mariners Document (Z-Card) as required by the USCG; a high school diploma/GED; a valid Driver's License; and a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC).

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