Kwajalein Job Opportunities
Are you looking for a job on Kwajalein Island (a.k.a. Kwaj) or Roi-Namur Island at Kwajalein Atoll in the Republic of the Marshall Islands? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Kwaj Net scours the Internet and posts all of the new or updated jobs from the last couple of weeks.
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ELECTRICIAN LEAD – MARINE
The Electrician Lead- Marine is responsible for working on and maintaining marine equipment onshore and offshore.
LICENSED MARINER I
The Licensend Mariner I will serve as the Master or Deck Officer on board the following U.S. Army vessels: Great Bridge, Tug Mystic, Catamarans, Ferry Boats, LCM’s and MV Patriot in order to support any mission requirements and the transportation of freight, equipment, passengers, and other cargo.
LICENSED MARINER II
The Licensed Mariner II will serve as the Master or Deck Officer on board the following U.S. Army vessels: Great Bridge, Tug Mystic, Catamarans, Ferry Boats, LCM’s and MV Patriot in order to support any mission requirements and the transportation of freight, equipment, passengers, and other cargo.
The Marine Manager oversees the management, operation and maintenance of the Marine Department and the vessels assigned to the United States Army Kwajalein Atoll (USAKA) on Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGER
The Environmental Health & Safety manager is responsible for supporting compliance relative to the US Army Kwajalein Atoll Performance Work Statements and contract deliverables for occupational health, industrial safety, industrial hygiene, and environment health management requirements including contractual commitments, laws, and regulations. Monitor regulatory standards for program update and application, where required (OSHA, NFPA, ANSI, AR 385-10, others as applicable).
CHIEF ENGINEER – MARINE
The Chief Engineer- Marine is responsible for the operation of the engine room and any maintenance of machinery, which may include but is not limited to, engines, boilers, deck machinery, electrical sanitary and refrigeration equipment, onboard a vessel.
QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER
The Quality Control Manager is responsible for the Quality Control Management (QCM) Program and assures the Program is implemented and meets performance objectives and standards identified in the contractual requirements.