Title: MOTOR VESSEL ENGINEER Salary: $3,120.00 - $3,759.00 Posted: 10/11/2012
Under the supervision of the Assistant Deputy Administrator and the lead direction of OSPR’s enforcement Assistant Chief, the incumbent will safely operate and maintain department skiffs for bunker monitoring and patrol operations. Operate skiffs in and around highly-trafficked harbor areas; transport staff out to and allow for the boarding of various commercial vessels to monitor bunkering activities; operate skiffs to assist in marine patrol operations; and trailer, launch, dock/moor and transport skiffs. Inspect and maintain skiffs, engines, equipment and trailers to ensure consistent and safe operation; perform routine maintenance to include oil and filter changes, replacing and maintaining fluids, tire inflation, and charging/replacing batteries, lights and/or fuses; make minor repairs to electronic equipment, pumps and other mechanical items; and provide routine care and cleaning. Keep and maintain maintenance logs and other administrative documentation; purchase, store and maintain supplies, spare parts, cleaning materials, and safety and other equipment; arrange for professional repairs and maintenance work on skiffs, engines, equipment and trailers, and work closely with vendors to ensure all work is completed timely and appropriately; and assist in the maintenance of OSPR’s Command trailer as needed.
Note: OSPR is a 24-hour response organization, and staff, including the incumbent, are required to participate in oil and pollution drills and spills throughout California. The incumbent must be available to deploy/travel with short notice for extended periods (up to 7 days).
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