Physically fit, able to lift and move heavy and bulky objects and equipment, able to climb ladders and stairs. Not afraid of heights, confined and dark spaces or being near large bodies of water. Enjoys the outdoors in all weather.
Interested in understanding, preserving, maintaining and operating ship’s mechanical lifting equipment and in maintaining ship’s safety equipment.
Interested in learning and training with ship’s firefighting equipment and in training with crew to handle emergency events while on the ship. These include Man Over-board, Fire Fighting, and to safely Evacuate Visitors from ship.
Able to drive a forklift or interested in learning how to operate a lift truck safely. Learning to prepare, restore and paint the ship’s metal surfaces and equipment. Chip surfaces with chipping hammers, air-powered needle guns and scraping tools. We are also looking for welders.
Able to work around Hazardous Materials. These include the safe handling in the disposal of lead paint, asbestos materials and various chemicals.
Able or interested in working with a wide range of hand tools.
- Mechanical Engineering
Good Match For
Teens People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment
- Driver's License Needed
- Orientation or Training
- Flexible; ship hours Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun 7 to 4
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