Safely and effectively lead vessel operations team
Ensure all safety and job-related equipment is in good working order at all times
Actively participate in the Hawaii Offshore Safety Team meetings.
Maintaining familiarization with Federal and State OSRO regulations, and the effect on our business
Managing all daily, weekly, monthly administrative communications with State of Hawaii Agencies, including Port Call Hawaii and processing all invoices from Island Agencies.
Actively managing all local personnel with weekly tasking to accomplish and ensuring that same is accomplished
Ensure that all response vessels are compliant with ABS/USCG regulations and ready to go to sea.
Manage the maintenance and repair of all company owned response equipment and ensure that same is operational and in good working order.
Managing both land and water spill response activities by working with the regional Republic branches and or ICN members.
Working with Responsible Party spill management team, Federal and State agencies, Operations Support (Logistics), ICN’s in the overall management of the spill activities.
Managing vessel crew operations during project and or spill response events.
Maintaining the client relationships within their area of coverage
Working with client services and looking for new clients who need local and or national OSRO coverage
Working with Operations Support – Logistics for maintaining and growing the ICN network within their area of coverage
Working with the local Republic branches and the ICN’s within their area of coverage for identifying opportunities for project work.
Maintaining the relationships within their area of coverage with Federal (USCG, BSEE, EPA), and STATE (Hawaii), by attending Regional Response Team and Area Contingency Planning meetings.
Providing standardized report to Regional Operations that describe the activities involving operations and marketing for their area of coverage.
Developing and delivering internal oil spill response trainings to the staff at the Republic branch offices.
Maintain a good working relationship with our Dispersant Program vendor and have a complete understanding of how the local program is managed and called out during responses
Bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required
USCG 100T License, with Ocean’s Endorsement, preferred, but not required
MMC with Tankerman endorsement preferred, but not required
Operational oil spill response experience
Experience with marine engineering and maintenance preferred, but not required.
Experience leading a team and coaching individuals to excel, develop, and expand skills
Knowledge of Hawaii and marine OSRO Regulations and Ratings, ICS, Federal (Coast Guard and EPA) and State Agency requirements
Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.
Must be willing to travel, work on location and extended hours to meet client and NRC operational demands
Travel domestically as required
Ability to pass pre-employment background checks and drug screening
For information about our generous benefits click the link belowhttps://www.republicservices.jobs/benefits/
You’re a natural leader, mentor, and problem solver. Getting the job done well requires collaboration, and you’re never afraid to roll up your sleeves and put your strong work ethic to use. You enjoy working outside in the fresh air and can always be counted on to manage multiple tasks simultaneously. You’re a decision maker who enjoys a challenge, and your teams know you will exercise sound judgement and remain flexible yet focused.
The Operations Response Supervisor at US Ecology, Inc., is responsible for the supervision, management, and oversight of all aspects of the Honolulu, HI operations team.
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US Ecology is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status, among other factors.
About the companyUS Ecology helps our customers keep the environment clean by doing the hard but rewarding work of safely disposing of hazardous and regulated waste. In short, we work to provide a sustainable future for our children and their grandchildren.