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Coastal Transportation Inc. is looking for Chief Engineers. Our freighters are considered uninspected fisheries tender vessels. The vessels are about 260 feet long and just below 500 gross tons. All of our vessel shave refrigerated cargo holds. Crew size is 8-9 persons. CTI carries palletized general freight from its terminal on Seattle's Ship Canal to various ports in Western Alaska, the Aleutian and Pribilof Islands, and Bristol Bay. Palletized frozen seafood is carried southbound to Seattle. We operate all year, with seasonal highs and lows. Chief engineers must have experience with refrigeration plants and hydraulic systems. For main engines, our vessels use Caterpillars ranging between 2000 to 3084 combined HP. The Chief Engineer is responsible for the maintenance and operation of the ship's propulsion machinery, refrigeration, various mechanical and electrical systems, during the voyage. The Chief Engineer is also responsible for fueling, pollution control, ballasting, logs, procurement and inventory control. The Chief Engineer reports directly to the shoreside Port Engineer and is supervised by the Captain. Required Coast Guard Licenses: DDE 4000 or greater required (STCW not required) Refrigeration experience required. Temperature control of refrigerated/frozen cargo is the utmost priority. Our vessels use R-22 and R-507 refrigerants. Temperature control of various cargo holds needs to be coordinated with the Captain & Mate. Prevent equipment failure through proper maintenance and operation. Able to handle required voyage repairs. Attention to detail with engine room logs and recording all repairs required for shoreside maintenance personnel. Inspects and monitors all shipboard machinery. Check temperatures, pressures, and fluid levels. Make repairs as required and report problems to shoreside maintenance personnel. Maintains or ensures cleanliness of engineering spaces. Maintains vessel parts inventory levels. Underway watch rotation with the unlicensed assistant is 6 on/6 off, or 12 on/12 off, depending on the chief's preference. This is a job for a working chief but no non-engineering deck work is required. Work during cargo operations in Alaskan ports consists of maintenance and repair. Chief engineers must be prepared to perfor
Coastal Transportation Inc. is looking for Chief Engineers. Our freighters are considered uninspected fisheries tender vessels. The vessels are about 260 feet long and just below 500 gross tons. All of our vessel shave refrigerated cargo holds. Crew size is 8-9 persons. CTI carries palletized general freight from its terminal on Seattle's Ship Canal to various ports in Western Alaska, the Aleutian and Pribilof Islands, and Bristol Bay. Palletized frozen seafood is carried southbound to Seattle. We operate all year, with seasonal highs and lows. Chief engineers must have experience with refrigeration plants and hydraulic systems. For main engines, our vessels use Caterpillars ranging between 2000 to 3084 combined HP. The Chief Engineer is responsible for the maintenance and operation of the ship's propulsion machinery, refrigeration, various mechanical and electrical systems, during the voyage. The Chief Engineer is also responsible for fueling, pollution control, ballasting, logs, procurement and inventory control. The Chief Engineer reports directly to the shoreside Port Engineer and is supervised by the Captain. Required Coast Guard Licenses: DDE 4000 or greater required (STCW not required) Refrigeration experience required. Temperature control of refrigerated/frozen cargo is the utmost priority. Our vessels use R-22 and R-507 refrigerants. Temperature control of various cargo holds needs to be coordinated with the Captain & Mate. Prevent equipment failure through proper maintenance and operation. Able to handle required voyage repairs. Attention to detail with engine room logs and recording all repairs required for shoreside maintenance personnel. Inspects and monitors all shipboard machinery. Check temperatures, pressures, and fluid levels. Make repairs as required and report problems to shoreside maintenance personnel. Maintains or ensures cleanliness of engineering spaces. Maintains vessel parts inventory levels. Underway watch rotation with the unlicensed assistant is 6 on/6 off, or 12 on/12 off, depending on the chief's preference. This is a job for a working chief but no non-engineering deck work is required. Work during cargo operations in Alaskan ports consists of maintenance and repair. Chief engineers must be prepared to perfor
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