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Harbor Master, Office Assistant and Dockhand positions-SeaHaven Superyacht Marina

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Seahaven Super Yacht Marina

DANIA BEACH, FL.  Seahaven Superyacht Marina is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Harbor Master, Office Assistant and Dockhand. All applicants must be experienced and able to deliver superior customer service to our high-end clientele. Work schedule will require weekend and holiday hours. Duties include:

HARBOR MASTER: Must have ten years’ hands on experience in the day to day operations of marina facilities including recruiting, hiring, training and managing a top-notch staff. Must be able to communicate effectively with international clientele and provide same with concierge level service. Multi-lingual preferred. Must be well versed in the docking requirements of superyachts and the in-port needs of their captains and crews. Experience with various computer programs including Dockmaster, Outlook, Word and Excel.

OFFICE ASSISTANT: Must have five years’ experience with marina office operations including billing, accounts receivable, proper completion of dockage paperwork, phone and email inquiries, responding to customer inquiries and requests, etc. Must be proficient in various computer programs including Dockmaster, Outlook, Word and Excel.

DOCKHAND: Must have three years’ experience in day to day marina operations and be able to provide superior customer service including pump outs and golf cart transport. Light maintenance and cleaning duties will be required as well as various marina operational tasks.

Seahaven Superyacht Marina is professionally managed by Loggerhead Marinas and offers these Fulltime positions with benefits such as health insurance, paid vacation time, 401(k), etc. We are a DFWP and an EOE. Please send résumés to: linda@skholdings.com.

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