Mechanic performs skilled work in the maintenance and repair of marine engines, marine machinery, and related equipment. The objective is to effectively diagnose engine problems in a timely manner and coordinate repairs with the company engineering staff. The Mechanic will be directly responsible for performing repairs and engine overhauls in accordance with technical manuals and company policies. This is a non-supervisory role but will have the assistance of shoreside engineers and vessel oilers.
The Guest Service crew member hosts our guests while aboard. You will enjoy engaging with guests, preparing food and beverage service, operating our Point of Sale system, participating in our retail program (which focuses on locally made gifts and goods), and keeping the vessel clean and inviting. The Guest Service crew member is an ambassador of True Alaskan Hospitality; you will provide a warm, welcoming atmosphere to our international visitors, on a wide variety of tours. Other duties as assigned.
Oversee and coordinate all traffic onto and off of our private whale watching dock; this includes vehicles, vessels and foot traffic. Primary communication occurs via radio and phones, though email and in-person communication are also involved. Dispatchers update passenger counts and modify vessel tour schedules as needed with the direction and guidance of the Port Captain. You will also make changes to crew schedules and assigned relief crew as needed, with management direction. Dispatchers also meet and greet passengers as they arrive at our facility and direct safe movement between coaches and vessels. Some administrative and clerical work is also involved in this position, including sending daily reports and distributing incident reports. Full and part-time available. Other duties as assigned. This is a shore-based position
This is a permanent (40+ hours per week) position with benefits. This position works closely with and under the supervision of the Port Captain and Division Manager. This position is responsible for the maintenance and repair of a fleet of water-jet and propeller propelled, diesel powered, day and multi day tour vessels. The ideal candidate will have prior management experience and possess the ability to lead an effective team.
Under the supervision of the Retail & Supply Manager and the Assistant Supply Coordinator this position plays a crucial role in the satisfaction of our crew members as well as our guests. Time is spent utilizing guest servicing skills and basic warehouse knowledge. Receiving and distributing product, cleaning and organizing, and shuttle driving.
This position is an outside 80% of the time commitment with a team of 4-6 individuals. The Supply Department is the backbone of the tour operation in Juneau and is responsible for every aspect of product movement 7 days a week from 6:00am-11:00pm. This position has full-time and part-time availability. Applicant must be available during the season from April to October, or a total of 3 consecutive months or longer. Applicant must be committed to these requirements and guidelines.
Allen Marine Tours Inc. (Juneau)
Job Profile – Vessel Engineer
Under the direction of the Port Engineer this position is responsible for performing scheduled maintenance, assisting on major engine repairs, and other maintenance duties as needed on our fleet of vessels.
- Perform main engine and vessel systems repair per engine service manual
- Valve adjustments
- Vessel steering and control repair and maintenance
- Vessel jet repairs and maintenance
- Vessel auxiliary systems repair and maintenance
- Other engine and generator repairs
- Be able to work unsupervised as well as follow specific directions
- Work safely in a fast-paced environment and follow all safety policies
- Be able to communicate effectively with fellow employees
- Assist in monitoring of maintenance inventory (i.e. spare parts, lube oil and fuel level, filters, tools, etc.)
- Communicate problems to Deckhand and Port Engineer or Port Captain
- Assist mechanic with engine and vessel repairs
- Provide facility and vehicle maintenance as directed
- Assist with shipping and receiving of inventory
- Keep vessels, dock and shop areas clean and free from hazards to maintain a safe working environment
- Be flexible and prioritize daily work activities
- Provide relief deckhand duties onboard vessels
- Applicant should be able to properly pick up at least 50 pounds in line of duties
- Some travel may be required
- Be comfortable working around diesel engines
- Possess mechanical aptitude, experience and knowledge
- Must be self-motivated and able to work unsupervised
- Must be able to work varied shifts, weekends and holidays
- Must be drug free (pre-employment screening and enrollment in random drug testing program is Coast Guard required)
- Must be able to work from mid April to the end of September with little or no interruption
DOE, starting $20/hour.
Preference will be given to candidates who commit to working through the end of the season without interruption.
- Perform main engine and vessel systems repair per engine service manual
Our vessel oilers are responsible for the scheduled maintenance and upkeep of the fleet. This includes monthly duties such as replacing belts, greasing drivelines, and replacing zincs. Scheduled maintenance includes oil changes and other vessel maintenance as needed. The vessel oilers work alongside mechanics and vessel engineers to assist as needed with more complex vessel repairs. The oilers will report directly to the Port Engineer. As needed, the oilers also serve as relief deckhands, assist with topside barge maintenance, and perform dock repairs. Vessel oilers must be able to keep basic records, perform their assignments with minimal supervision, adhere to strict safety protocols, and work in a customer service aspect if needed. This is a seasonal position with the opportunity for advancement at the discretion of the company’s management team.
Under the direction of Port Engineer, this position is responsible for performing regular scheduled maintenance duties on all day tour vessels including assisting Captains with oil changes; for assisting Port Engineer with mechanical repairs; and for keeping all parts, filters, and equipment areas on dock stocked, organized and neat.
- Must possess current Drivers’ license and have record with no recent violations.
- Applicant should be able to pick up at least 50 pounds in line of duties.
- Be comfortable working around diesel engines.
- Posses some experience with mechanic’s tools.
- Must be self-motivated and be able to work unsupervised.
- Must be able to work varied shifts, some weekends and some holidays.
- Must be drug free (pre-employment screening and enrollment in random drug testing program is Coast Guard required).
- Must be able to work from mid April to the end of September with little or no interruption.
- Perform engine oil changes on a fleet of four tour vessels.
- Be able to work unsupervised.
- Work safely in a fast-paced environment.
- Be able to communicate effectively with a small team of fellow employees.
- Assist in monitoring of maintenance inventory (i.e. lube oil, filters, tools, etc.).
- Communicate problems to Port Engineer.
- Keep dock and shop areas clean, safe and free from hazards to maintain a safe working environment.
- Be flexible in prioritizing daily work activities.
- Maintain personal appearance as per the employee manual.
- Other duties as assigned.
DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work the entire season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who complete their contract in good standing.
How to Apply
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