Deckhand : Official Travel Source

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Application Deadline: 08-31-2020

APPLY HERE - ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Performs custodial and maintenance tasks, and works directly with passengers Examples of Duties EXAMPLES OF THE WORK (These statements are intended to be illustrations of the work of this class.) Under Close Supervision: Sweeps, mops, and waxes dance floor; sweeps and hoses or power washes decks; empties trash cans and transports trash to the dumpster; changes light bulbs and polishes brass throughout the boat; and arranges tables and chairs on the dance floor and decks. Handles mooring lines and rigging to launch or dock the boat. Performs as a navigational watch while underway: Bow watch observes the water for obstacles and reports them to the pilot house, swings the stage following launch and secures bow lines. Dance floor watch observes conditions including spills, obstructions of walkways and exits, and ice supply in the bar and concession stand, and observes passengers, watching for dangerous actions, fights, illnesses, and injuries. Texas deck watch observes passengers, watching for dangerous actions, fights, illnesses, and injuries. Pilot house watch observes the pilot, ensures safe navigation in the event the pilot/captain becomes incapacitated, and watches for obstacles from the stern while the boat is moving in reverse. Counts passengers, distributes and takes tickets during the boarding process. Participates in weekly emergency procedure drills including man overboard, fire, abandon ship, and emergency steering training. Transports supplies and ice to the concession and bar areas of the boat. Assists elderly and disabled passengers during boarding and exiting of the boat. Closes windows, turns out lights, and locks doors after the last cruise of the day. Answers questions from the public. Performs related work. Minimum Requirements Must submit to and pass alcohol and drug tests as mandated by the U.S Coast Guard, including but not limited to pre-employment and random testing. Must wear safety equipment as mandated by the U.S. Coast Guard. Must work a varied schedule Supplemental Information EOE