Production Designer: Washburn & Doughty Associates, Inc.

Employer: Washburn & Doughty Associates, Inc.

Email Address: ndriscoll@washburndoughty.com

Position Title: Human Resources Director

Compensation/Rate: $28.00 an hour

Job Description: Position Description
Job Title: Production Designer
Reports To: Naval Architect – Engineering Department
Date: 10/1/2019

Primary Function:
To provide accurate and on time production design drawings that support production work packages for the construction of steel and aluminum vessels. In addition, maintain proper design documentation and associated design revision details. 

Primary Responsibilities:
• Produce sketches, proposals, renderings and accurate finished construction drawings for new construction. 
• Design drawings will include structure, machinery foundations, piping systems, electrical systems, HVAC systems, vessel outfitting. 
• Create detail design drawings and documentation based on customer’s current specifications and relevant regulatory requirements. 
• Lofting and nesting of parts. Produces accurate and precise parts and appropriate nesting of steel plate.
• Monitor and maintain departmental core deliverables while meeting or exceeding required drawing schedules. 
• Professionally interfaces with Production, Purchasing, Management, Customers and outside inspection authorities.
• Assist in the production issues throughout the construction of the ship. 
• All other related tasks as assigned.

Job Requirements:
• Desire 3-5 years of marine design work experience, or other design experience in a technical environment. Consideration may be given to an individual fresh out of an advanced or technical school design program.
• Computer skills: AutoCAD 2-D and Rhino-3D desired. Microsoft Office, Excel
• Analytical skills along with a strong mechanical aptitude.
• Must be comfortable working in both the office and on shop floor as position requires.
• Must have the ability to work within required regulatory code.
• Good interpersonal skills. Ability to work in a team based environment as well as independently.
• Must be able to multitask and prioritize work appropriately.
• Ability to effectively communicate in writing and verbally.
• Ability to work overtime on an as need basis.

Physical Requirements:
• Must be able to work for extended periods at a PC work station.
• May periodically go into the production environment to talk to supervision or to visually verify an arrangement or to take a measurement(not as a routine)

Designer: Moose Boats 

Employer: Moose Boats 

Email Address: stephendirkes@mooseboats.com

Position Title: Designer 

Compensation/Rate: DoE 

Job Description: Moose Boats is a leading boat builder specializing in the design and production of aluminum catamarans. Our boats are designed to meet a variety of mission specific applications for law enforcement, emergency response, and security patrol purposes. 

The Role
As a key member of design team you will define the form and function for new boat concepts and proposals, develop detailed designs for boat construction and parts fabrication, and support boat delivery with as-built documentation.

Communications skills are critical within a small and agile team. You will engage with customers to develop solutions to meet design requirements. The role also requires daily interaction with shop production team, supplying design information to ensure that production schedules remain on track. 

Responsibilities
• Create 2D CAD (AutoCAD) and concept drawings for new designs 
• Generate and modify 3D (Rhino3D) models for hulls, cabins and parts
• Contribute to the preparation of successful proposal designs, cost estimates, and technical write-ups
• Modify existing designs meet new customer requirements
• Develop and maintain detailed construction drawings for boats 
• Produce detailed drawings employing basic GD&T, for hull construction and parts fabrication
• Generate as-built drawings for delivery documentation, detailing final arrangement, machinery and equipment installation locations, and any other critical systems.

Basic Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in Industrial Design or Engineering 
• Experience with 3D modeling (Rhino3D or equivalent)
• Experience with 2D CAD drawing packages (AutoCAD or equivalent)
• Ability to manage time and deadlines
• Due to federal contract obligations, must be a US Citizen or US Permanent Resident (Green Card Holder)

Preferred Qualifications Include
• Bachelor’s Degree or experience in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
• Maritime industry knowledge and experience 
• Experience with sheet metal design and fabrication
• Design capabilities such as rendering capabilities, photoshop, or print design work

We offer competitive wages with health care, paid holidays, 401K and paid vacation.

Marine Systems Instructor: The Landing School

Employer: The Landing School 

Email Address: careers@landingschool.edu

Position Title: Marine Systems Instructor

Compensation/Rate: Commensurate with Experience 

Job Description: 

Position:            This position is an Instructor in the Marine Systems Program at the Landing School.  It is a full-time, permanent position functioning within the direct supervision of the Dean of Education, hired by the President of the School.

Objective:            The Marine Systems program teaches the skills and knowledge necessary to install, maintain and repair today’s increasingly complex boat systems using established industry standards. The curriculum also serves as an effective preparation for those students seeking American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) marine systems certification.

Duties and Responsibilities: In fulfillment of the objectives, the  Marine Systems Instructor will:

  • Continue to develop and improve of the curriculum through syllabus, lesson plans, teaching equipment/materials, and scheduling of student work

  • Work directly with students, with primary  responsibility for lectures, demonstrations, bench work, practice applications, and yacht quality installations and repairs of marine systems in customer boats

  • Assist students in learning individually, in small groups and as a class through clear communication; patient, understanding, approach; thorough and professional knowledge; mature leadership; and positive, honest academic advice

  • Evaluate student learning through questioning, homework, practical and theoretical testing, and certifying exams

  •  Share in the administrative tasks of the development and successful operation of the program, as assigned by the Dean of Education

  •  Share responsibility for the management of program facilities and equipment, as assigned by the Dean of Education and Dean of Administration

  • Demonstrate, teach, and enforce shop safety requirements and procedures

  • Uphold all school policies set forth in the Student Handbook and the School Policy Manual

  • Participate in school functions, staff meetings and professional development activities

  • Continue to develop skills and knowledge pertinent to teaching and current marine industry practices

  • Oversee and manage the activities of the Marine Systems Program Assistant

  • Work cooperatively and professionally with the Dean of Education, staff, and students of the School at all times

Qualifications:

  • Associates degree or better

  • Minimum of four years working in industry, in a boatyard setting, preferably as a manager, involved in all aspects of yacht service and repair

  • Practical experience in the installation and maintenance of complex marine systems including: engines and propulsion, AC and DC marine electrical systems, marine plumbing systems, fiberglass and metal yacht structural repair

  • Previous teaching experience a plus

  • ABYC Certified Technician a strong plus

Yacht Design Instructor: The Landing School

Employer: The Landing School

Email Address: seanfawcett@landingschool.edu

Position Title: Yacht Design Instructor

Compensation/Rate: Salary, based on experience 

Position:            This is a full-time, permanent position under the direct supervision of the Dean of Education, hired by the President of the School.

Objective:            The Yacht Design curriculum is designed to provide students with a structured learning environment in which they can become knowledgeable and proficient in the practical application of the fundamental principles of small craft naval architecture, design, strength, construction and systems and develop the skills to communicate effectively with other industry professionals by verbal, written and graphical means.

Duties and Responsibilities:              

In fulfillment of the objectives, the Yacht Design Instructor will:

  • Work directly with students, with primary responsibility for lectures, demonstrations and studio design work.

  • Assist students in learning individually, in small groups and as a class through clear communication; patient, understanding, approach; thorough and professional knowledge; mature leadership; and positive, honest academic advice

  • Evaluate student learning through questioning, homework, and practical and theoretical testing.

  • Continue to develop and improve the curriculum and all teaching materials

  • Share in the administrative tasks of the development and successful operation of the program, as assigned by the Dean of Education

  • Continue to develop skills and knowledge pertinent to teaching and current marine industry practices

  • Oversee and manage the activities of the Yacht Design Program Assistant

  • Work cooperatively and professionally with the Dean of Education, staff, and students of the School at all times

Qualifications:

  • Associates degree or higher

  • Minimum of four years working in industry, in a Yacht Design or Naval Architecture role, with a proven track record in all aspects of small craft design and engineering

  • Practical experience using, building or maintaining boats is a strong plus

  • Previous teaching experience a plus

Contact:

Sean Fawcett, Dean of Education
seanfawcett@landingschool.edu
207-602-4816

www.landingschool.edu

Principal Designer / CAD Specialist: DLBA Naval Architects

Employer: DLBA Naval Architects 

Email Address: info@dlba-inc.com

Position Title: Principal Designer / CAD Specialist

Compensation/Rate: $75-85K 

Job Description: Summary of Responsibilities
As the team leader on a multidisciplinary team you will be responsible for developing functional 3-D CAD models, renderings and 2-D engineering drawings to support all conventional and novel aspects of marine vessel design. 

Essential responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Prepare accurate and detailed designs, free form surface models and/or drawings based on concept sketches, photographs, or clearly stated functional requirements or appearances.
• Assisting naval architects and engineers in the design of boats and craft and providing solutions by adapting existing criteria or creating new techniques or procedures.
• Developing and maintaining computer aided design systems and processes regarding software tools and configuration to meet the demands of engineering products. 
• Coordinating efforts and experiences to recommend personnel and task estimates consistent with projects.
• Develop and maintain CAD Standards and Procedures in conjunction with other designers to improve product quality and efficiency.
• Identifies correct software and modelling tools and techniques for complex designs and provides guidance to other CAD team members. 
• Supports CAD team members in developing task time estimates for work completion. Provides mentorship and guidance to CAD team members to ensure agreed task targets are met.
• Identifies and organizes CAD training necessary to meet project development requirements.

Candidate / Position Requirements
• U.S. Citizenship
• Education: Post-high-school education in Computer Aided Design. Additional experience will be considered in lieu of Computer Aided Design education.
• 10(+) Years of experience developing 3-D designs and 2-D drawings to commercial standards including 
(5+) years of relevant design, testing, construction or operations/maintenance of small craft.
• Knowledge of basic mechanical principles and practice. 
• In-depth understand of a required form, function, or underlying design principles of a concept and the ability identify the critical design/geometry elements. 
• Demonstrated working knowledge of 3-D geometry, surface and solid modelling Computer Aided Design (CAD) Software such as Rhino, Inventor, Multisurf, Maxsurf, and/or Solidworks.
• Demonstrated experience conceptualizing and developing artistic renderings of boats and craft to commercial standard using Renderings applications such as Flamingo or VRay.
• Demonstrated success managing/leading/mentoring...
• Excellent Oral, Written and Presentation Skills.
• Strong Time Management and Organization Skills as an Independent Contributor. 
• Demonstrated Interpersonal Skills as a member of a Collaborative multidisciplinary team.
• Previous experience coordinating the work of designer drafts people.

General Position Requirements:
• Travel: Occasional travel may be required
• Working Conditions: Office environment with modern equipment. Ninety percent (90%) of time spent sitting. 

Company Summary
DLBA Naval Architects, formerly Donald L. Blount and Associates, a Division of Gibbs & Cox Maritime Solutions specializes in the design, development, construction of high performance yachts, custom sport fishing boats, production boats, commercial, military and law enforcement vessels.

Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)
Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status. All qualified applicants are encouraged to

Port Engineer: Sea Education Association

Employer: Sea Education Association

Email Address: portengineersearch@sea.edu

Position Title: Port Engineer 

Compensation/Rate: TBD 

Job Description: Sea Education Association (SEA) invites applications for a full-time position of Port Engineer. SEA is a non-profit educational institution located in Falmouth, MA. We offer innovative and rigorous environmental studies programs on our campus and aboard our Sailing School Vessels, the Corwith Cramer and the Robert C. Seamans, in the waters of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
SEA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. SEA is committed to the development of a multicultural environment. We value input of multiple viewpoints and perspectives across the organization; our goal is to create an academic and working community that is rich with cultural, social and intellectual diversity.
Position Summary
The Port Engineer is a member of the Marine Operations Department responsible for coordinating and implementing overall engineering and safety management of SEA vessels under the direction of the Director of Marine Operations. 
S/he is responsible for facilitating technical and logistical support of engineering operations of SEA vessels and engineering staff. The Port Engineer leads efforts to plan the scope of projects and budget for each vessel’s yearly major yard maintenance periods.
Primary Responsibilities
• Coordinates and implements overall engineering management of vessels, especially with respect to US Coast Guard and ABS regulatory requirements. 

• Facilitates technical and logistical support of engineering operations and engineering personnel for two 134’ tall ships in remote locations. 

• Plans and manages the scope of projects and budget for each vessel during major yard maintenance periods each year.

• Trains and supervises activities of shipboard engineering personnel with respect to developing maintenance goals, modifications and/or repairs to shipboard systems, and inventory procurement.

• May serve as Chief Engineer onboard the vessels for approximately 6 to 12 weeks per year (including some yard periods).

• Works closely with Marine Operations staff, vessel captains and crew to effectively collaborate to best manage ABS, USCG, and IMO regulatory needs regarding vessel material condition and vessel systems.

• Works closely with Marine Operations staff, vessel captains and crew to assist with engineering preventative maintenance needs and troubleshooting support of shipboard systems and equipment such as shipboard scientific equipment, deck equipment and rigging, safety equipment, etc.

• Collaborates with Marine Operations staff and others to ensure timely planning and coordination of logistics for vessel arrivals and departures as well as other shipboard needs and activities.

Position Requirements
Minimum Qualifications
• Qualified applicants will have BA/BS in transportation, engineering, naval architecture or a science-related field or equivalent combination of experience and education and minimum 1 year of practical experience in shipboard work. 
• Minimum of 1 year of demonstrated management and project administration experience.
• Must have a passion for SEA’s mission with excellent communication, interpersonal and administrative skills. 
• Familiarity with Microsoft suite of programs (Word/Access/Excel) and a willingness to become familiar with other engineering programs.
• Familiar with research vessel or sailing school vessel operations.
• The ability to multi-task effectively, be flexible and innovative, and work non-traditional hours to support ships operating in remote locations.
• A demonstrated ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with colleagues, staff, students and outside agencies. 
• The ability to travel or go to sea for extended periods. The Port Engineer will have the opportunity to sail as Chief Engineer.

Preferred Qualifications
• A 200 Ton Near Coastal Mate license with sailing endorsement and/or AB Sail with relevant STCW certifications or willingness to obtain one. 
• Experience overseeing or managing staff and/or volunteers.
• Familiar with oceanographic sampling equipment.
• 2D CAD Experience a plus

Salary & Benefits
Salary commensurate with experience. Salary includes a competitive benefits package including Medical/Dental/Vision/Life insurances & retirement benefits. This position provides access to SEA sponsored trainings including but not limited to: Diversity training, Wilderness First Responder training, Leadership and Managerial Skills training, (STCW).
To Apply
A review of applications will commence on October 15th, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit electronic copies of a cover letter, current resume, and the names and contact information for 3 professional references. Email materials to PortEngineerSearch@sea.edu. Questions about this position may also be sent to this address.

About Sea Education Association 
SEA (www.sea.edu) is a global teaching, learning and research community dedicated to the exploration, understanding and stewardship of marine and maritime environments. SEA empowers students with life-changing sea voyages of scientific and cultural discovery, academic rigor and personal growth. Our SEA Semester program features an interdisciplinary curriculum and dynamic leadership-development experience—at sea aboard tall ships and on shore.

Marine Technician: True North Marine 

Employer: True North Marine 

Email Address: info@truenorth-marine.com

Position Title: Marine Technician

Compensation/Rate: Hourly BOE 

Job Description: True North Marine is an industry-leading Full Service Shipyard, Yacht Brokerage, Marina and Dockside Service Company. We service both power and sail recreational vessels in the Clear Lake, Galveston, and surrounding areas of Texas where boating is a year-round adventure. Our market is considered the 3rd highest concentration of recreational vessels in the US, and is located just minutes from the Houston metropolitan area on Galveston Bay.

Our shipyard includes a 75 metric ton Marine Travel Lift, a haul out slip and in the water work slips. The work slips allow our technicians the ease to work on-site with full access to the service shop and parts department. The recently constructed marina has 36 covered boat slips designed for 25’-35’ fishing/sport vessels along with 80 dry storage spaces for trailer-able boats and an accessible boat ramp.

We provide mechanical, electrical, electronic, HVAC, plumbing, and other systems installation, repair, and preventive maintenance services, as well as numerous other Yacht Support Services through our unique Captain-Lite Yacht Management Program.

True North Marine is dedicated to the growth of our business as well as the growth of our employees. We value principled team members who are interested in continued growth opportunities. We offer excellent benefits and highly competitive pay. True North Marine realizes that the right people are integral to the success of our organization, and we heavily invest in both on-the-job and formal offsite training for our crew.
Applicants must have good communication skills, be able to utilize current mobile technology, and display a high level of professionalism and attention to detail in all they do. Strong logical troubleshooting skills are highly valued. The Marine Electronics/Electrical Technician will learn to perform repairs and installations of navigation, communication, satellite, audio visual, security related marine electronics products, and AC/DC electrical systems. Also required is the ability to design and network various systems, as well as work with customers to determine what products meet their needs. The ability to learn general installation and repair of other marine systems and equipment may be required as well.

We are seeking true professionals that take great pride in themselves and their work. True North Marine continues to offer industry-leading pay, competitive benefits, and career training paths for advancement to our valued employees.

• We offer competitive pay reflective of skill and experience level
• Company pays 100% of employee health insurance monthly premium
• Company pays 50% of Dental/Vision monthly premium
• 401K
• PTO (paid time off, including vacation, sick leave and bereavement)
• Paid holidays
• Relocation/Retention bonus
• For the right individuals, excellent opportunity for growth within the company

If you feel you may be a good fit and are open to new challenges and rewards, apply with us today!
Submit resume to: info@truenorth-marine.com

Marine Technician - Electronics and Electrical: Marine Technical Services

Employer: Marine Technical Services

Email Address: job@goMTS.net

Position Title: Marine Technician - Electronics and Electrical

Compensation/Rate: Negotiable 

Job Description: Regional leader in Marine Electronics and Electrical Systems seeks applicant to join our team of highly experienced technicians and installers. A veteran technician with direct and specific experience and references in this trade including certifications such as NMEA, ABYC, or electronics manufacturer certifications would be the ideal candidate. If you are this type of experienced applicant we can offer pay and benefits exceeding what you are making now. A signing bonus and moving allowance is also a possibility to motivate an experienced technician to join our team.

Any candidate with marine service work or systems installation experience could also be a strong applicant as we can train the specific electronics/electrical technical skills. Recent trade school graduates or career changers may be considered as well but will start at a level commensurate with experience.
Our company will invest in the right candidate with above average wages, benefits, a company van, specialized tools and equipment as needed, company apparel, helper and administrative support as necessary, industry training/certifications, manufacturer training and certifications, and whatever else it takes to put the absolute best technician possible on each and every project. The position is full-time, year round, with allowance for medical benefits, 401(k), paid holidays, paid vacation, etc. We generally work 7:30am to 4:00pm M-F and take the weekends off. We have a brand new shop with a custom designed floor plan and resources specifically built for this business. The shop is located at the Herrington Harbour North Marina, one of the largest and most prosperous marinas on the Chesapeake Bay. We always have work to do so we have never laid off an employee.

We are a full service contractor offering sales, installation, service, design, consultation, and training on all major brands of marine electronics and electrical systems. Our team is a tight knit group of like-minded individuals with great pride in producing high quality results while respecting the boats we work on and the appearance and manner in which we conduct our business. Our workplace is a positive environment where we enjoy each other's company and what we do. There are no workplace politics or drama. We enjoy an impeccable reputation in the area for conducting business in a manner far above most marine contractors. A new hire will have to fit in with our company mindset and culture regardless of technical skills and experience.

Technician work highlights:
• Install GPS, chartplotters, fishfinders, radar, autopilots, VHF radios, stereos, satellite communication systems, A/V systems
• Brands include, but not limited to, Garmin, Furuno, Raymarine, Simrad, Lowrance, KVH, Intellian, Icom, Mastervolt, Victron, FLIR, Fusion and more
• Troubleshoot and repair same
• Powerboats and Sailboats, mostly private recreational but some commercial - Small trailer boats up to complete electronics and entertainment systems on multi-million dollar new custom yachts
• AC and DC electrical wiring
• AC and DC panels, systems, troubleshooting/repair - Install/service/troubleshoot batteries, chargers, inverters
• Bench work/soldering/component assembly
• Transducer installation/service
• PC Navigation systems installation/service
• NMEA 0183/2000 wiring
• Light fabrication/woodworking/fiberglass/paint as necessary to fit electronics
• Aloft work on electronics and lights
• Battery replacements and other heavy lifting tasks
• Seatrials for equipment calibration and testing
• Customer training/orientation
• System design and documentation (schematic drawings)

If you have relevant experience and want to be on a winning team we would like to hear from you.


Marine Technical Services, 410-867-0676, job@goMTS.net

Boat Builder: Duffie Boatworks LLC

Employer: Duffie Boatworks LLC

Email Address: Jon@Duffieboatworks.com

Position Title: Boat builder

Compensation/Rate: $20-$35/hr commensurate with experience

Job Description: Duffie Boatworks an upstart custom boat builder and marine service provider is looking for an experienced boat builder or marine craftsman that wants to join our team of passionate individuals.

Duties include but are not limited to carpentry with different cores and plywood and hardwoods such as Fir, Mahogany and Teak. The applicant should be comfortable with fiberglass layup, repair, filling, fairing, paint application and repair. New construction and repairs are conducted on boats of all sizes up to 80 ft.

An apprentice tech position is available to a qualified applicant willing to learn a trade, and who has related experience. Salary is commensurate with experience. Qualified applicants can reply to this posting with a resume.

Systems Technican: Great Island Boat Yard

Employer: GREAT ISLAND BOAT YARD

Email Address: steve@greatislandboatyard.com

Position Title: Systems Technican

Compensation/Rate: $21-$25 depending on experience.

Job Description: Work with awesome people, on awesome boats, for appreciative customers.

Perform a wide range of Systems Tasks ranging from routine annual decommissioning and recommissioning to system installations including: electronics, refrigeration, air conditioning, water makers, etc..

Hone your skills and develop your knowledge by working with experienced technicians and attending annual training opportunities.

Mechanic: EM Crosby Boatworks

Employer: EM Crosby Boatworks

Email Address: info@emcrosbyboatworks.com

Position Title: Mechanic

Compensation/Rate: Negotiable

Job Description: Busy but small Boatbuilding shop needs mechanic and systems engineer. Outboard certified preferred but will train the right person. Job will require individual to adapt, be resourceful and be willing to grow. Day to day may include other duties as well: boat-building, repair, hauling, launching, cleaning, etc. Moving and housing search help available. Good starting pay and benefits.

Located on Cape Cod.

Marine Electrician: RMK Merrill Stevens

Employer: RMK Merrill Stevens 

Email Address: cameron@rmkms.com

Position Title: Marine Electrician

Compensation/Rate: Negotiable 

Job Description: Summary

RMK Merrill-Stevens, Florida’s Oldest Shipyard located in Miami, FL, is under Major Renovation requiring an Industry Experienced Marine Electrician to diagnose, troubleshoot and repair Marine AC/DC Electrical Systems. Your work must be of the highest international standards to meet Classification Society Requirements of ABS, Lloyds and the US Coast Guard. 

As an Hourly Member of our Electrical Department, your work with electrical, navigational, internal communications and emergency systems requires you to read and interpret drawings, blueprints, schematics and electrical code specifications. Taking responsibility, maintaining flexibility and safely performing multiple duties and tasks under stressful or hazardous conditions will lead you to success in our fast-paced environment.

Job Responsibilities:

• Able to read and interpret drawings, blueprints, schematics, and electrical code specifications
• Basic computer skills
• Ability to assume responsibility, be flexible, perform duties and handle multiple tasks under potentially stressful or hazardous conditions
• Proactive in problem solving
• Quickly and efficiently complete tasks in a safe manner
• Ability to work with or without supervision
• Job requires you to be fit for duty; able to walk, stand, climb, lift and carry up to 50 lbs., reaching, hand/eye coordination and able to work around moving machinery on a moving ship.
• Provide own tools.
• English language is necessary. Spanish highly preferred.

Required experience and education:

• High School Diploma or GED required
• 2 years of experience as a Marine Electrician or similar role within the marine industry.
• Two-year Associates or Technical Degree preferred.
• Marine certification preferred.
• Overtime, nights and weekend work may be required as customer service needs fluctuate

Required Service and interpersonal skills:

• Tendency to display endurance and capacity for a fast pace
• Able to work independently at times and make sound decisions
• Knows limitations and when to ask for help
• The ability to stoop, crouch, pull, push, reach, hear, near vision, kneel, talk, stand, grasp and lift to 50 lbs. while working around moving machinery on a moving ship

Communications:

• Uses correct language; speaks clearly; listens
• Greets clients; is respectful; is courteous; has acceptable attitude
• Expresses ideas and thoughts well verbally; exhibits good listening and comprehension
• Speaks politely and respectfully with all members of the organization
• Deals directly with co-workers to resolve misunderstandings; does not gossip or complain
• Follows-up quickly and completely; keeps management informed of situations and outcomes

Attendance & Punctuality:

• Punctual to work; has good attendance; uses good judgment
• Attends meetings when directed; follows company policies/goals
• Understands need for adhering to set schedules and deadlines
• Maintains 100% attendance, punching in/out within established guidelines (No Early Ins/Late Outs) and begins working on time
• Uses Deputy Scheduling System (via app or iPad Kiosk) to punch in/out, manage schedule, request time off and communicate to manager regarding scheduling issues
• Leaves for/returns from breaks on time. Punches out/in when leaving yard during breaks
• Is always at assigned vessel or “on-task” except during break periods

Boatbuilder: Riverside Boat Company

Employer: Riverside Boat Company

Email Address: natandpromis@gmail.com

Position Title: Boatbuilder 

Compensation/Rate: $15-$20/hr DOE

Job Description: We are a small, but busy wooden boatyard in midcoast Maine looking for one more person to join our team for all aspects of boatyard operations. Duties include maintenance, repair, restoration, and new construction of our fleet of about 50 pleasure craft up to 40'. This position involves carpentry, painting, and systems work as well as hauling, launching and moving boats from the yard to the water. Also included are various yardwork projects and equipment maintenance.

We work both inside and outside, on land and on the water, and have to be capable of lifting at least 50lbs. 
.
Compensation is based on experience and includes vacation and health insurance.

If you are interested in working at a small wooden boatyard in midcoast Maine, please email or call (207) 563-3398 and speak with either Nat or Paul. You may also stop by the yard in person at 31 Liberty St., Newcastle, ME 04553



Lead Service Tech: Bluenose Yacht Sales

Employer: Bluenose Yacht Sales 

Email Address: gjw@bluenoseyachts.com

Position Title: Lead Service Tech

Compensation/Rate: 60,000 - 70,000

Job Description: We have an immediate opening for a marine service tech. 35% of job is commissioning new boats both sail and power; but at moment predominantly sail. In addition to new boat commissioning we have 25 or more clients who we manage their annual fall decommissioning, storage and spring commissioning. We also have a fleet of owner boats we take care of in the summer. Interested candidates should have electrical, mechanical and general boating skill sets for maintenance and trouble shooting. Ideal candidate is a self starter, independently motivated, good with customers and staff, requires basis computer skill sets for emails and scheduling of work assignments.

This is a hands on marine service job with growth opportunities in boating sales for the right individual as well as expanding customer service base.



AutoCAD Drafter/Detailer: BMT Designers & Planners

Employer: BMT Designers and Planners

Email Address: HR@dandp.com

Position Title: AutoCAD Drafter/Detailer

BMT is seeking sharp, smart, eager to learn, full time AutoCAD Drafters/Detailers to assist our ship design and engineering team with government and commercial small boat projects.  AutoCAD Drafter/Detailer tasking will include the development of drawings of ship and small boat structural and mechanical disciplines.  The finished product may include conceptual drawings, detailed working drawings and updated as built drawings in a 2 or 3D CAD environment.  Responsibilities may include but not limited to: 

·     Transform initial rough product designs and markups into final working documents.

·     Read, understand and interpret design drawings and standard details.

·     Incorporate revision markups under supervision of senior team members.

Work Location: Alexandria, VA

 

Candidates must be US citizens and have the ability to obtain a DOD security clearance.  Company will not sponsor employment visa for this position.. 

 

Qualifications

 

·      High School diploma and AutoCAD Certification or completion of at least 2 AutoCAD courses required.  Copy of official transcript required

·      Must have AutoCAD experience. At least 1 year preferred.

·      Design experience including scantling plans, general arrangements, and mechanical or electrical systems desired  

·      Knowledge of established specifications and familiar with basic engineering and design principles to verify accuracy and completeness of finished drawings with attention to detail and quality is required

·      Proficiency in Rhino 3D also desired

·      Ability to quickly learn new AutoCAD skills and apply them directly to current projects is required

·      Ability to investigate and resolve design problems required

·      Ability to learn new skills and design standards and apply them directly to current work required

·      Interest in training and actively contributing to individual and team growth

·      Confident action oriented, self-starter with a sense of integrity and actively contributes to building and expanding consultancy services

 

BMT is committed to attracting, training and retaining a diverse professional staff and offering competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package. Interested applicants must submit resume and complete application, questionnaire and surveys at?????. This business uses E-Verify in its hiring practices to achieve a lawful workforce. BMT is an Equal Opportunity Employer & Affirmative Action Employer of M/F/Veterans/Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.

 

DAS USA – BMT Designers & Planners Inc

4401 Ford Avenue, Suite 1000

Alexandria, VA 22302

+1 703 920 7070

HR@dandp.com

Financial Controller: Armstrong Marine

Employer: Armstrong Marine

Email Address: humanresources@armstrongmarine.com

Position Title: Financial Controller

  • 151 Octane Ln, Port Angeles, WA 98362, USA

  • Full-time

Company Description

Armstrong Marine USA is a part of the family-owned, growing Bolton Marine Group: Kingfisher, Eaglecraft, Duckworth, Northwest, and Weldcraft Boats!

Armstrong designs and builds welded aluminum boats and barges. High performance designs and quality workmanship define the Armstrong brand that was developed in the Pacific Northwest more than two decades ago. Armstrong vessels can now be found in service around the world, meeting the demands of the commercial marine industry and private clients.

Job Description

Summary: Manage the overall financial operations of Armstrong Marine USA and provide accurate information to the management team, including analysis, budgeting, forecasting and financial reports. Direct the company's accounting functions, including establishing and maintaining accounting principles, practices, and procedures. Maintain the company's accounting systems and implements changes as required. It shall be the commitment of all employees to uphold Armstrong Marine USA’s Core Values of: Respect, Teamwork, Quality Craftsmanship, Financial Responsibility, Accountability, and Safety.

Reports To: Managing Director

Direct Reports: AP/AR/Payroll Manager

Competencies:

  • Creative and Innovative Thinking / Problem Solving / Research and Analysis

  • Accountability and Dependability / Decision making and Judgement / Ethics and Integrity

  • Attention to Detail / Quality Orientation

  • Time Management / Planning and Organizing

  • Enforcing Laws, Rules and Regulations

  • Coaching and Mentoring / Team Work

  • Development and Continual Learning

  • Mathematical Reasoning

 Duties:

  • Guide financial decisions by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing policies and procedures.

  • Protect assets by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing internal controls.

  • Manage bank accounts and provide cash flow forecasting to inform financial decisions.

  • Manage company credit facilities to maximize company credit score.

  • Monitor and manage A/P and A/R to achieve company performance targets.

  • Manage the preparation and timely submittal of company payroll, including administrative duties pertaining to benefits.

  • Prepare budgets by establishing schedules; collecting, analyzing, and consolidating financial data; recommending plans.

  • Achieve budget objectives by scheduling expenditures, analyzing variances, initiating corrective actions.

  • Provide status of financial condition by collecting, interpreting, and reporting financial data in accordance with legal requirements and company policy.

  • Prepare special reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends.

  • Comply with federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing law, anticipating future legislation, enforcing adherence, filing financial reports, and advising management accordingly.

  • Manage Accounting Department staffing by recruiting, selecting, and training employees.

  • Supervise Accounting personnel via coaching, counseling, and discipline. Plan, monitor, and appraise performance results.

  • Collaborate with the Management Team in setting and achieving the company’s annual and long-term Strategic Plans.

  • Protect operations by keeping financial information and plans secure and confidential.

  • Support training and development programs.

 

Working Conditions:

  • Travel within North America may be required.

  • Ability to prepare, attend and conduct presentations.

  • Manual dexterity required to use desktop computer and peripherals.

  • Overtime as required.

  • Lifting or moving up to 20lbs may be required.

Qualifications

  • 5 years relevant experience, manufacturing companies preferred.

  • Degree in financial/managerial accounting.

  • Management experience preferred.

  • Demonstrated proficiency in accounting software including QuickBooks and Excel.

  • Must be eligible to work in the US.

Additional Information

Salary DOE.

Benefits include:

  • medical insurance,

  • life insurance,

  • dental insurance,

  • vision insurance,

  • 401(k) retirement plan with matching employer contributions,

  • paid vacation,

  • 6 paid holidays,

  • paid sick leave, and

  • opportunity for paid education/training/certification.

Armstrong Marine USA provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital or veteran/military status, pregnancy, HIV status, the presence of disabilities, or any other classification protected by applicable law.

Marine Electrician: Armstrong Marine

Employer: Armstrong Marine

Email Address: humanresources@armstrongmarine.com

Position Title: Marine Electrician

  • 151 Octane Ln, Port Angeles, WA 98362, USA

  • Full-time

Company Description

Armstrong Marine USA is a part of the family-owned, growing Bolton Marine Group: Kingfisher, Eaglecraft, Duckworth, Northwest, and Weldcraft Boats!

 

Armstrong designs and builds welded aluminum boats and barges. High performance designs and quality workmanship define the Armstrong brand that was developed in the Pacific Northwest more than two decades ago. Armstrong vessels can now be found in service around the world, meeting the demands of the commercial marine industry and private clients.

Job Description

Complete installation, testing/troubleshooting, and maintenance/repair (as needed) of vessel electrical systems and related components.


It shall be the commitment of all employees to uphold Armstrong Marine USA’s Core Values of:
Respect – Teamwork – Quality Craftsmanship – Financial Responsibility – Accountability – Safety

 

  • Read and interpret wiring diagrams, technical specifications, or verbal instructions to plan work.

  • Select wire sizes and related materials appropriately.

  • Install marine electrical (AC/DC) and electronic wiring, equipment, appliances, apparatus, fixtures, etc. according to specifications.

  • Inspect, test and troubleshoot electrical equipment and circuits using appropriate test equipment; perform required maintenance, modification, repair or replacement. Verify conformance with design specifications, company quality standards, and regulatory requirements.

  • Cut or bore holes, install conduit/wire trays, strip/solder connections using hand/power tools.

  • Construct instrument panels according to specifications, using hand/power tools.

  • Collaborate with the Fabrication and Welding Departments to build mounts, brackets, foundations, components, wire trays, thru-hulls, etc. as needed.

  • Wear appropriate PPE and demonstrate safe marine manufacturing practices. Comply with safety standards required by the company and regulatory bodies.

  • Obtain and maintain proper workplace training and certifications, including tool use sign-offs.

  • Participate in regular/required Systems Department meetings.

  • Complete work within specified deadlines set by the Systems Supervisor.

  • Collaborate with other Production personnel.

  • Other duties as required.

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or GED.

  • Graduation from certified technical school or equivalent experience relevant to vessel electrical systems/equipment. Experience in boat-building preferred.

  • Familiarity with marine regulations (ABYC, USCG, etc.).

  • ABYC Marine Electrical Certification preferred. Additional certifications (e.g. Garmin, NMEA, etc.) will be considered an asset.

  • Demonstrated knowledge of AC and DC electrical theory and the techniques and practices of installation, maintenance, repair and alteration of marine electrical and electro-mechanical systems.

  • Basic mathematical skills and strong attention to detail.

  • Ability to repetitively lift, pull and push 50+ pounds, reach above head, stand, walk, kneel, bend, reach and grasp.

  • Must be 18 years of age and eligible to work in the US.

Additional Information

Base pay rate DOE.

Benefits include:

  • medical insurance,

  • life insurance,

  • dental insurance,

  • vision insurance,

  • 401(k) retirement plan with matching employer contributions,

  • tool fund,

  • paid vacation,

  • paid holidays,

  • paid sick leave, and

  • opportunity for paid education/training/certification.

 

Armstrong Marine USA provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital or veteran/military status, pregnancy, HIV status, the presence of disabilities, or any other classification protected by applicable law.

Fabricator: Armstrong Marine

Employer: Armstrong Marine

Email Address: humanresources@armstrongmarine.com

Position Title: Fabricator

  • 151 Octane Ln, Port Angeles, WA 98362, USA

  • Full-time

Company Description

Armstrong Marine USA is a part of the family-owned, growing Bolton Marine Group: Kingfisher, Eaglecraft, Duckworth, Northwest, and Weldcraft Boats!

 

Armstrong designs and builds welded aluminum boats and barges. High performance designs and quality workmanship define the Armstrong brand that was developed in the Pacific Northwest more than two decades ago. Armstrong vessels can now be found in service around the world, meeting the demands of the commercial marine industry and private clients.

Job Description

Responsibility: Complete layout, cutting, fitting/assembly, weld preparation, and finishing to manufacture vessels to specifications.

It shall be the commitment of all employees to uphold Armstrong Marine USA’s Core Values of:

  • Respect

  • Teamwork

  • Quality Craftsmanship

  • Financial Responsibility

  • Accountability

  • Safety

Reports To: Fabrication Supervisor

Direct Reports: N/A

Duties:

  • Layout, cut, and fit pipe, plate, fittings, and flanges to build jigs, frames, machinery foundations, hulls, stiffeners, hatches, tanks, deck components, superstructures, etc.

  • Clamp, tack-weld, grind or bolt component parts to obtain required configurations and positions for welding.

  • Operate hand tools related to the job’s needs, including: saws, grinders, sanders, etc.

  • Operate equipment related to the job’s needs, including: forklifts, hoists, slings, press breaks, shear machine, hydraulic rolls.

  • Use tape measures, levels and other inspection/testing to verify conformance with design specifications, company quality standards, and regulatory requirements.

  • Wear appropriate PPE and demonstrate safe fabricating/fitting practices. Comply with safety standards required by the company and regulatory bodies.

  • Obtain and maintain proper workplace training and certifications, including tool use sign-offs according to the Tool Sign-Off Procedure.

  • Participate in regular/required Fabrication Department meetings.

  • Complete work within specified deadlines set by the Fabrication Supervisor.

  • Collaborate with other Production personnel, as needed.

  • Other duties as required.

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or GED. Technical certificates and/or professional certifications (e.g. welding) will be considered an asset.

  • 5 years aluminum fabrication experience. Experience in boat-building/hull construction preferred.

  • Knowledge of the principles, techniques, and practices of aluminum fabrication.

  • Ability to read and interpret plans and drawings.

  • Basic mathematical skills. Strong attention to detail and mechanical aptitude.

  • Ability to repetitively lift, pull and push 50+ pounds, reach above head height, stand, walk, kneel, bend, grasp, and reach.

  • Must be 18 years of age and eligible to work in the US.

Additional Information

Base pay rate DOE.

Benefits include:

  • medical insurance,

  • life insurance,

  • dental insurance,

  • vision insurance,

  • 401(k) retirement plan with matching employer contributions,

  • tool fund,

  • paid vacation,

  • 6 paid holidays,

  • paid sick leave, and

  • opportunity for paid education/training/certification.

 

Armstrong Marine USA provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital or veteran/military status, pregnancy, HIV status, the presence of disabilities, or any other classification protected by applicable law.

Welder: Armstrong Marine

Employer: Armstrong Marine

151 Octane Ln, Port Angeles, WA 98362, USA

Full-time

Email Address: humanresources@armstrongmarine.com

Position Title: Welder

Company Description

Armstrong Marine USA is a part of the family-owned, growing Bolton Marine Group: Kingfisher, Eaglecraft, Duckworth, Northwest, and Weldcraft Boats!

Armstrong designs and builds welded aluminum boats and barges. High performance designs and quality workmanship define the Armstrong brand that was developed in the Pacific Northwest more than two decades ago. Armstrong vessels can now be found in service around the world, meeting the demands of the commercial marine industry and private clients.

Job Description

Responsibility: Use welding equipment to join metal components or to fill holes, indentations, or seams of fabricated metal products, in accordance with safety and quality standards.


It shall be the commitment of all employees to uphold Armstrong Marine USA’s Core Values of:
Respect – Teamwork – Quality Craftsmanship – Financial Responsibility – Accountability – Safety


Reports To: Welding Supervisor
 

Direct Reports: N/A
 

Duties:

  • Read and interpret layouts, engineering drawings, work orders, or verbal instructions to plan welding work.

  • Determine the appropriate welding equipment or method based on requirements, with guidance from the Welding Supervisor.

  • Configure and operate tools common to the welding trade, such as shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding equipment.

  • MIG or TIG weld aluminum components using manual or semi-automatic welding equipment in various positions (vertical, horizontal, or overhead).

  • Inspect outputs to ensure they meet design specifications and applicable regulatory requirements.

  • Notify the Welding Supervisor of defective material or equipment.

  • Follow company procedures to maintain welding equipment.

  • Wear appropriate PPE and demonstrate safe welding practices. Comply with safety standards required by the company and regulatory bodies.

  • Obtain and maintain proper workplace training and certifications, including tool use sign-offs according to the Tool Sign-Off Procedure.

  • Participate in regular/required Welding Department meetings.

  • Complete work within specified deadlines set by the Welding Supervisor.

  • Collaborate with other Production personnel, as needed.

  • Other duties as required.

Qualifications

  • High School Diploma/GED and/or graduation from certified technical school.

  • 3 – 5 years aluminum welding experience, boat-building preferred.

  • Welding certification (USCG, AWS, CWB, etc.) preferred.

  • Knowledge of the principles, techniques and practices of aluminum welding, including set-up parameters and equipment.

  • Ability to read and understand plans and welding symbols.

  • Basic mathematical skills required in manufacturing environment.

  • Ability to repetitively lift, pull and push 50+ pounds, reach above head height, stand, walk, kneel, bend, grasp, and reach.

  • Must be 18 years of age and eligible to work in the US.

Additional Information

Base pay rate DOE.

Benefits include:

  • medical insurance,

  • life insurance,

  • dental insurance,

  • vision insurance,

  • 401(k) retirement plan with matching employer contributions,

  • tool fund,

  • paid vacation,

  • 6 paid holidays,

  • paid sick leave, and

  • opportunity for paid education/training/certification.

Armstrong Marine USA provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital or veteran/military status, pregnancy, HIV status, the presence of disabilities, or any other classification protected by applicable law.

All positions with in the Sail Loft: Doyle Sails North America

Employer: Doyle Sails North America

Email Address: ariley@doylesails.com

Position Title: All positions with in the Sail Loft

Compensation/Rate: based on knowledge or experience

Job Description: Doyle Sails – Multiple Openings

Doyle Sails, a global leader in sailmaking, is expanding and looking to add highly motivated individuals to our team in Salem, Massachusetts. We design, engineer and build sails for all sizes of boats from one-designs to the world’s most iconic superyachts.

Doyle Sails is looking for sailmakers, CNC machine operators and customer service representatives. A passion for sailing is beneficial, but not required. More importantly, we are looking for enthusiastic individuals with a focus on detail, quality and the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced, dynamic team environment. Specific experience is not required apart from a strong work ethic, willingness to learn and a commitment to quality.

Our customers are highly demanding, and we strive to exceed their expectations. Successful candidates have come from a variety of backgrounds including, carpentry, textiles, engineering, marketing, office management and passionate sailors willing to share their knowledge with customers.

Centrally located in Salem, Doyle Sails offers competitive wages commensurate with abilities plus health and dental.

Please send a resume and cover letter to careers@doylesails.com.