EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

 

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F/T Dockmaster

Dana West Marina

This is a hands-on working supervisory position. Ideal candidates will have management and supervisory skills in addition to being an excellent communicator with outstanding customer service skills. Previous Dockmaster and property maintenance experience is a plus. Other skill sets should include knowledge and experience with concrete and wood dock repair and maintenance, plumbing, electrical, carpentry and general building maintenance. The ability to budget, purchase supplies, supervise vendors, prioritize and plan work load will be required. Knowledge and experience with boats and boating is a must.
A key responsibility is enforcement of marina rules and regulations utilizing diplomatic and helpful communication skills. Ability to work outdoors for duration of work shift is required. After-hours on-call availability.
A minimum of three years management/construction/customer service experience required. Applicant will be subject to pre-hire physical and drug screening. References/resume verified. Send resume, introductory cover letter and salary history to KellyR@DanaWestMarina.com

Company Website: www.DanaWestMarina.com

 

Marina Assistant

Berkeley Marina

Salary: $4,664- $4,945 monthly (in addition to a generous benefits package)
Final Filing Date: April 27, 2015, 5:00 p.m.
The City of Berkeley is currently seeking applications from highly qualified individuals for Marina Assistant. This classification is located in the Parks, Recreation, and Waterfront Department.
Under general supervision, patrols the Berkeley Marina and adjacent dock and ground areas for the prevention of theft, vandalism, and hazardous conditions; performs boat towing and rescue operations; performs office clerical and custodial duties and related work assigned. Typical duties may include:
• Patrols and inspects docks and adjacent facilities for hazardous conditions, leaking boats; clears marina of debris;
• Operates outboard skiffs, patrol boats, trucks and a variety of equipment including pumps, siphons and hand tools;
• Operates and monitors UHF/VHF radio equipment, notifies police and fire departments and other agencies to respond to emergencies;
• Responds to emergency situations to rescue persons and disabled vessels in the water or provide first aid;
• Performs minor maintenance on the skiff and patrol boat; performs custodial duties in the absence of assigned maintenance staff;
• Pumps excessive amounts of water from docked boats; may raise sinking boats depending on their size; may tow boats to another location, using a second boat and notifies berthers of problems with their vessels;
• Answers questions from Marina patrons and the general public about berthing, current weather conditions and marina procedures;
• Enforces rules, regulations and ordinances pertaining to the Marina;
• Maintains records and accounts in conjunction with other Marina staff and prepares a variety of written/records and reports;
• Rents berths and lockers and provides other services to berthers as requested; secures gates and collects receipts from coin box;
• May pick up litter and debris from grounds as necessary.

To apply and for more information about this opening, please visit our website at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/berkeley, no later than Monday, April 27th at 5:00 p.m. (PST).

 

Chief Harbor Patrol Officer

Port San Luis Harbor District

The Chief Harbor Patrol Officer works patrol shifts, either solo or with another officer, manages the public safety functions of the Port; leads and supervises the Harbor Patrol and Lifeguard departments, and the volunteer Camp and Water Hosts; develops and implements enforcement programs and policies; provides landside and waterside patrol to the Port; assists in preparation and administration of the department budget; and acts as primary liaison to the County Office of Emergency Services and related entities (for example, the Coastal Incident Response Team, Area Maritime Security Committee).

This is a fully armed, sworn peace officer position. The annual salary range for this position is $6,225 – $7,800/month. Full benefits include CalPERS Safety retirement and medical, dental, and vision insurance. Also included are paid sick leave, paid vacation, 11 paid holidays per year; life insurance and a cell phone allowance. The District participates in Social Security.

For a complete job description and application requirements, please visit the Harbor District’s website at http://www.portsanluis.com/employment/chief-harbor-patrol-officer

All application materials must be received by 4:30 pm, Thursday, May 1, 2015.

Deadline for accepting Applications is March 2nd

 

Port Police Officer

Los Angeles Port Police