Submitted by kjacang on Mon, 12/05/2022 - 19:02
Hawaii Marine Operations and Vessel Maintenance Lead
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In conjunction with the ASU School of Ocean Futures and the Hawai'i Marine Education and Research Center, the ASU Center for Global Discovery and Conservation Science (GDCS) is searching for a Hawai'i Marine Operations and Vessel Maintenance Lead.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Leading regularly scheduled preventative maintenance to all vessels:
    • Armstrong 42 motor catamaran with water quality and mixed-gas diving systems, based at Honokohau Harbor
    • Willard SeaForce 27 dive vessel, based in Miloli'i
    • SAFE Boat Defender 25 research and Patrol Vessel, based in Puako
    • RIBCraft 21 Interceptor research and patrol vessel, based in Miloli'i
  • Serving as Captain of the Armstrong 42 vessel
  • Managing day-boat vessel captains and crews in Miloli'i and Kawaihae
  • Coordinating with local vendors for periodic boat engine maintenance
  • Maintaining vessel trailers and towing vehicles to a high level of material readiness
  • Providing regular upkeep of Honokohau Harbor vessel slip, Puako vessel hangar, and Miloli'i small boat facility.

Minimum Qualification:

  • 3 years experience in vessel operations
  • 3 years experience in vessel preventative maintenance

The position is headquartered at the ASU Ridge-to-Reef Restoration Center at NELHA in Kailua-Kona, with day-to-day operations spanning West Hawaiʻi from Kawaihae to Miloliʻi. The position has been approved at ASU with a competitive salary, full benefits, and a work-day vehicle. Questions about the position can be directed to GDCS director Greg Asner (gregasner@asu.edu). Prospective candidates should send a resume describing at least three years of experience in both vessel operations and vessel preventative maintenance to AndreaScott@asu.edu. This position will remain open until filled.