Always provides professional and courteous customer service. Inspects fire stations to verify that firefighting equipment is in correct locations. Patrols the vessels and wharf area to prevent fire, theft, vandalism, and illegal entry. Contacts authorities in emergency situations.
Examples of Work
- Inspects fire stations to verify that extinguishers and other firefighting equipment are stored in designated locations throughout the vessel.
- Patrols the vessels and wharf area to prevent fire, theft, vandalism, and illegal entry.
- Inserts and turns keys, located at checkpoints, into watchman’s clock to document that security rounds have been made and the key access points have been swiped with the proxy pen every 30-45 minutes.
- Examines windows, doors, and locks to assure they are secure.
- Checks mooring lines and adjusts to compensate for water level changes.
- Raises and lowers flags on the vessels and the wharf.
- Warns violators of rules and asks or expels intruders and unauthorized personnel from the premises.
- Responds to security and fire alarms and contacts police or fire departments.
- Answers phones, gives information to the public and responds to emergency phone calls.
- Restocks the rack of brochures located on the wharf.
- Performs related work and other duties as assigned.
- May be asked to perform other tasks not related to vessel operations
- Must be a minimum of 18 years of age
- No experience needed. (Will train)
- Must work a varied schedule.
- Must submit and pass a pre-employment and all required random drug screening.
- Must wear all appropriate PPEs as required by the USCG.
- Must be able to clearly communicate verbally with crew and passengers as required by USCG regulations
Pay & Benefits
- Starting pay beginning at $15/hour