As Building and Land Technology (BLT) continues to enhance Harbor Points offerings and waterfront community development, we are seeking an outgoing, OUPV Licensed (6-pack), Limited OUPV, or Master 25T Captain for the operation and transportation of our visitors, guests and both commercial and residential tenants, across the West Branch channel in Stamford Harbor, aboard the Harbor Point Water Taxi (Pontoon Vessel).
Duties and Responsibilities :
Operate uninspected vessel of less than 100 GRT (gross register tons), equipped with propulsion machinery, carrying six or fewer passengers.
Perform daily operational inspection(s); including and not limited to; vessel cleanliness, engine performance, oil level(s), navigational lights, horn, fuel, battery, hull, lines, fenders, additional lighting, Bimini frame & cover.
Fuel vessel, add oil, change battery, and lightbulbs, if necessary.
Perform daily safety inspection(s); including and not limited to; All safety equipment, such as life vest(s), Life ring(s), Lifeline / Buoy, VHF Radio, navigational lights, first-aid equipment, capable of operating and inspecting fire extinguisher(s), ladder deployment / retrieval, anchor deployment and setting
Management of daily reports; including trips, maintenance, fuel, passenger activity, other statistical demands, and incidents
Maintain vessel in excellent condition, inspect and cover vessel at end of each shift.
Maintain a clean, pleasant, and safe atmosphere for all including team members.
Greeting all visitors, guests and tenants with exceptional care and providing five-star customer service; including answering any question and providing local knowledge and information, as requested or necessary.
Active / Current OUPV License (6-pack), Limited OUPV, or (Higher) Master 25T
Enrolled in Drug and Alcohol (DOT) approved testing program (or willingness to enroll in company sponsored program, mandatory pre-hire screening / testing)
Drug and Alcohol; spot check and shift testing
Swimming is mandatory
Candidate must be able to lift 40lbs
VHF knowledge (and Seaspeak is a plus)
Capacity to maintain poise in a high impact, dynamic work environment
Ability to work flexible hours, including early mornings, evenings, weekends, holidays, and extended hours (if needed) to support all programs and events.
Training and Certification in First Aid, CPR, Vessel Fire Safety Knowledge, and Man overboard sequence a plus (Not Required)