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Salary:

Location: Ocean City, MD 21842 USA

Type of employment : FULL_TIME

Industry: Hospitality
Department: Operations
Career Level: Hourly
Work Hours: Full-time (Hourly Temp), Part-time (Hourly Temp)

Date Posted: 28 Mar 2021

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Boat captains are responsible for the operations of sea vessels, such as cruise ships, fishing boats, tugboats, freighters, barges or ferry boats. They maintain logs detailing a ship's course and speed, weather conditions and other factors that influence movement of the ship. Boat captains also manage a ship's crew, supervise loading and unloading of either passengers or cargo and may be involved in the hiring of crew members. 

 

Essential Responsibilities:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Maintain Boat- Including physical condition, permits and licenses
  • Keep track of all people or goods on their ships, especially when stopping at ports or sightseeing venues
  • Know how to operate and repair all mechanical and electrical devices
  • Remain in contact with the U.S. Coast Guard for weather reports and port procedures
  • Proficient knowledge of all maritime laws
  • Oversee the hiring, training and promotions of workers
  • Conduct pre-cruise checks and meetings and communicate to crew all necessary information regarding the cruise (special needs, boarding procedures, etc.)
  • Record guest comments or complaints referring customers to managers as necessary
  • Ensures the property is clean, orderly, well manicured and guest ready at all times

Performs other duties as assigned

Provides regular and reliable attendance

Job Qualifications:

  • High school or GED equivalent
  • 2 year operator passenger vessel experience
  • First Aid & CPR Certified

 

Success Factors:

  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Ability to work one-on-one and as a team
  • Pleasant and out-going personality to communicate effectively with the general public and accommodate and anticipate guests' needs
  • Maintain positive attitude and contribute toward a quality work environment.
  • Ability to work well in fast paced environment
  • Posses fluent knowledge of the city and surrounding areas

 

Physical Demands

Boat Captains must be capable of ascending and descending stairs or ladders safely, of lifting or moving equipment that may be used while they are aboard the boat, and of performing their emergency duties. Must know how and when to use the emergency equipment located on the boat and be able to properly wear any safety equipment required by their duties.

Must have hearing that allows him or her to communicate effectively in the conditions that might be encountered aboard a towboat. They are required to communicate with other vessels, Coast Guard stations, Corp of Engineer Lockmasters and their own crew. Communications may be via VHF radio, orally, sound signals, or hand signals.

Must have vision that allows them to safely navigate the boat in situations that are likely to occur when a boat is in navigation night and day, year round. They must have color vision that enables them to identify navigation lights, signals, and symbols, as well as warning lights or symbols. Their depth perception must be adequate for navigation in close quarters, as in approaching locks or bridges.

 

Blue Water Hospitality is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and is committed to make employment decisions based on merit. We are committed to complying with all Federal, State and local laws providing for equal employment opportunities, as well as all laws related to terms and conditions of employment.

Boat Captain - Ocean City, MD

Boat captains are responsible for the operations of sea vessels, such as cruise ships, fishing boats, tugboats, freighters, barges or ferry boats. They maintain logs detailing a ship's course and speed, weather conditions and other factors that influence movement of the ship. Boat captains also manage a ship's crew, supervise loading and unloading of either passengers or cargo and may be involved in the hiring of crew members. 

 

Essential Responsibilities:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Maintain Boat- Including physical condition, permits and licenses
  • Keep track of all people or goods on their ships, especially when stopping at ports or sightseeing venues
  • Know how to operate and repair all mechanical and electrical devices
  • Remain in contact with the U.S. Coast Guard for weather reports and port procedures
  • Proficient knowledge of all maritime laws
  • Oversee the hiring, training and promotions of workers
  • Conduct pre-cruise checks and meetings and communicate to crew all necessary information regarding the cruise (special needs, boarding procedures, etc.)
  • Record guest comments or complaints referring customers to managers as necessary
  • Ensures the property is clean, orderly, well manicured and guest ready at all times

Performs other duties as assigned

Provides regular and reliable attendance

Job Qualifications:

  • High school or GED equivalent
  • 2 year operator passenger vessel experience
  • First Aid & CPR Certified

 

Success Factors:

  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Ability to work one-on-one and as a team
  • Pleasant and out-going personality to communicate effectively with the general public and accommodate and anticipate guests' needs
  • Maintain positive attitude and contribute toward a quality work environment.
  • Ability to work well in fast paced environment
  • Posses fluent knowledge of the city and surrounding areas

 

Physical Demands

Boat Captains must be capable of ascending and descending stairs or ladders safely, of lifting or moving equipment that may be used while they are aboard the boat, and of performing their emergency duties. Must know how and when to use the emergency equipment located on the boat and be able to properly wear any safety equipment required by their duties.

Must have hearing that allows him or her to communicate effectively in the conditions that might be encountered aboard a towboat. They are required to communicate with other vessels, Coast Guard stations, Corp of Engineer Lockmasters and their own crew. Communications may be via VHF radio, orally, sound signals, or hand signals.

Must have vision that allows them to safely navigate the boat in situations that are likely to occur when a boat is in navigation night and day, year round. They must have color vision that enables them to identify navigation lights, signals, and symbols, as well as warning lights or symbols. Their depth perception must be adequate for navigation in close quarters, as in approaching locks or bridges.

 

Blue Water Hospitality is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and is committed to make employment decisions based on merit. We are committed to complying with all Federal, State and local laws providing for equal employment opportunities, as well as all laws related to terms and conditions of employment.

Job Details

Reference # 34694
Posted on 28 Mar 2021
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Location(s) Ocean City, MD
Department Operations
Career level Hourly
Hours/Status Full-time (Hourly Temp), Part-time (Hourly Temp)
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