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Job Details

Institution: 
University of Washington
Duties: 

Serve as second assistant engineering officer aboard an ocean research ship of approximately 2000 gross tons. Under general supervision, serve as second assistant engineering officer in the operation and maintenance of propulsion and auxiliary machinery of a diesel electric powered ocean research ship, 6000 HP. Stand engine room watch as operating engineer of propulsion or auxiliary machinery; direct engineering department personnel as assigned; instruct department's in-service program in engineering; provide direction to personnel doing routine maintenance and assist in emergency repair of propulsion or auxiliary machinery and electrical systems; maintain operating and maintenance logs and records; serve as principal assistant to Chief Marine Engineer for fueling operations; perform related duties as required.
Qualifications: 
Minimum Qualifications: A U.S. Coast Guard Second Assistant Engineer's license valid for operation of an unlimited HP inspected ocean motor vessel. STCW-95.Minimum Qualifications: A U.S. Coast Guard Second Assistant Engineer's license valid for operation of an unlimited HP inspected ocean motor vessel. STCW-95.
About Employer: 
The School of Oceanography fosters continued advancement of the ocean sciences, solutions to problems of societal relevance, and public awareness of the marine environment. It is at the forefront of creating knowledge and understanding about the ocean through observation, theory, modeling and technological innovation. The School focuses on learning and discovery, equipping students with knowledge and insights, scholarly methods, scientific tools and communication skills.
Within the School of Oceanography, we strive to build processes and sustain a culture where we invite and support a diverse community. We also strive to learn about and acknowledge the people whose land and lives are touched by the oceans we study. We aspire to make a difference that is impactful and respectful to those past, present and future generations that inhabit our planet. The School of Oceanography is committed to cultivating an equitable and inclusive environment for all current and future members of our community. We believe diversity is essential to achieving excellence in research, both in the lab and at sea, and teaching. Thus, we strive to create a community where people of all backgrounds feel welcome and are supported.
Contact Information: 
Bodhi Clarke
portcaptain@uw.edu