SCOPE AND MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB:
Engineer-Of-The-Watch (EOW) is responsible for overseeing the maintenance on the riverboat and keeping the riverboat in compliance with USCG /ABSC regulations year round, completing quarterly inspections and having the riverboat ready for ABSC annual and semi-annual inspections. Engineer of the Watch should be professional at all times and possess good communication skills. Engineer of the Watch must display integrity and honesty in all aspects of employment.
1. Inspect mechanical equipment and schedule repairs.
2. Coordinate activities of team members engaged in operating and maintaining engines, HVAC system, boilers, deck machinery, electrical, refrigeration, and sanitary equipment aboard riverboat.
3. Ensure the safety and security of team members and guest.
4. Ensure boarding ramps are secure.
5. Teach team members, perform qualification interviews, and evaluate performance.
6. Review activities of the Marine Department team members with the Engineer-In-Charge.
7. Meet with departmental directors and managers as necessary.
8. Other duties as assigned.
9. Adheres to and enforces compliance will all standards/regulations established by Louisiana State Police Gaming Division, OSHA, USCG, ABS Consulting and other federal, state, and local agencies having jurisdiction over riverboat gaming and permanently-moored craft in Louisiana while adhering to the policies and procedures set forth by casino management.
10. During the shift carries out the riverboat's preventive maintenance and inspection plan. Assigns preventive maintenance tasks. Tracks status of inspections and tasks through completion.
11. Handles routine administration during the shift: Keeps required logs up-to-date; prepares requests, check items received and otherwise manages the inventory of engineering parts, supplies, and consumables.
12. Maintains awareness of operations in/around the riverboat through direct observation. Makes several rounds during the shift that checks the condition of the riverboat's machinery and equipment, the material condition and general housekeeping in the riverboat below the main deck and in machinery and fan spaces above the main deck. When observed or informed, takes prompt action to remedy undesirable conditions.
13. Participates in scheduled training and drills.
14. Coordinates own activities with the EIC and the shift's COW.
15. Coordinates activities of Riverboat Technicians assigned engineering tasks on the shift.
16. Assists EIC in overseeing contract work to ensure timely completion and fulfillment of company expectations.
17. Assists the EIC in maintaining the riverboat's engineering manuals, procedures, records, and logs.
18. Assists the EIC in making preparations for the environmentally-safe transfer of bulk oil to and waste oil from the riverboat.
19. Assists the EIC in making preparations for the hygienic and environmentally-safe transfer of sewage and other wastes from the riverboat.
20. Assists the EIC in training Riverboat Technicians.
21. Quickly performs/oversees several tasks in response to emergency situations including, but not limited to: securing power to the scene of an emergency, securing dampers and ventilation, closing watertight doors, cutting off fuel to machinery, starting fire pumps, fighting incipient fires with a handheld extinguisher, activating installed fire suppression systems, switching electrical power from shore to ship's service.
Job Type: Full-time
- relevant: 1 year (Preferred)
- engineering: 5 years (Preferred)
- High school or equivalent (Preferred)