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Marine Travelift Operator - Seaview Boatyard North

Seaview Boatyard

Seaview Boatyard North Inc., the Pacific Northwest's premier boatyard and yacht repair facilities located in Bellingham is currently seeking an experienced, self-motivated, reliable Marine Travelift Operator to join our crew.

RESPONSIBILITIES/ACTIVITIES:

• Launching and hauling power and sail boats up to 115' and/or 165 tons
• Crane Operation for stepping/unstepping mast and assisting in engine removal/replacement
• Forklift operation
• Towing and moving vessels overland using hydraulic trailer
• Performing the basic maintenance/service requirements of yard machinery

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
• 5 years of heavy equipment operation experience preferred
• Equipment certifications are a plus but not necessary
• Ability to wear a respirator and personal protection equipment as required

EQUIPMENT USED:
• 165 & 35 ton travelift
• Grove crane
• Forklift
• Hydraulic trailer

ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL FUNCTIONS:
• Flexibility to work in the standing, squatting, or kneeling position, as well as reaching overhead with occasional twisting and bending while performing any of the above tasks.
• Stair and ladder climbing is required.
• Minimal lifting required above 50 lbs.

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS:
• Our work schedule is Monday-Friday from 7:45 am to 5:00 pm
• Must be punctual and have an excellent work ethic
• Must work well with others in a team setting

BENEFITS:
•Medical, Dental and Vision Insurances
•401K Plan,
•Paid Sick/Vacation Time
*Compensation DOE

Please send a resume to jobs@seaviewboatyard.com or call (206) 783-6550.

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