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Marine Electrician

A. Basic Purpose and Function: This hands-on job involves installing, troubleshooting, repairing, and maintaining diesel engines and equipment. Work is performed in the shop and (primarily) on-board customer vessels. B. Skills and Qualifications: • Awareness of engine design and operation. • Awareness of marine applications and propulsion systems. • Ability to perform mechanical maintenance and repairs as directed. • Awareness of electrical/electronic systems maintenance and repair. • Ability to perform engine/component tests and record measurements. • Ability to travel frequently (>50%) domestically and internationally. • Ability to work on seaborn vessels and in uncomfortable working environments for extended hours. • Regularly required to stand; reach with hands and arms; climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl in confined spaces. • Ability to lift and/or move up to 85 pounds. • Ability to communicate (verbally and in writing) internally and externally. • Basic proficiency in Microsoft Office and other related PC functions and programs. • Ability to comprehend technical drawings and specifications. • Willingness to work overtime as required. • Ability to perform under duress from strict deadlines with limited resources. • Maintains an active state-issued driver’s license. • Must be a U.S. citizen or legally allowed to work in the United States. • Maintains personal supply of mechanical hand tools per FMSNA required tool inventory (to be provided before employment). C. Education, Certifications and Experience: • High school diploma or GED required. • A minimum of one (1) year of experience as an engine mechanic or comparable role is required. D. Major Responsibilities (Functions/Duties): • Assists with installing, maintaining, repairing, and overhauling marine diesel engines and related equipment. • Produces written and electronic reports containing inspection data, measurements, failure information, and other job-related results. • Performs tasks prescribed by work package procedure, schedule, and quality standards according to the project statement of work. • Compliance with all FMSNA policies and procedures and state and federal regulations. • Responsible for the proper use, maintenance, and cleanliness of company and customer-furnished equipment and facilities. • Acts as a professional representative of FMSNA, particularly when interacting and communicating with customers and industry counterparts. • Accountable for timely and accurate expense management, including labor charging and material usage. • Performs other duties as directed by management.