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The pro- gram, which is a prerequisite to a ship pilot's license in either state, is open to any United States citizen not less than the age of 18 and not more than 27 by April 15, 2014, who can meet certain physical requirements and has attained a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution by June 30, 2014. Full details on the program and the requirements will be included with the application form. Such form may be obtained without charge by writing to: Sandy Hook Pilots' Association, 201 Edgewater Street, Staten Island, New York 10305 or email Applications shall be filed by mail at the above address no later than April 15, 2014. A scheduled test will be conducted by an independent testing entity to evaluate all applicants. A testing fee will be required. Selection of apprentices, as needed, will be made from a ranked certi- fied list of qualified applicants authorized and maintained by the State Pilot Boards for a two year period. Selection of qualified applicants shall be made on the basis of qualifications alone under the applicable Navigation Law and Regulations (including amendments) of the States of New York and New Jersey without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sex, or liabil- ity for service in the Armed Forces of the United States, in full accordance with the objective standards which permit review, after full and fair opportunity for application. This program shall be operated on a com- pletely non-discriminatory basis. JOC0638 Intermarine, LLC seeks Operations Manager for its Houston Port Terminal Office. Manage following areas of responsibility: voyage planning & vessel schedules; cargo opera- tions, vendor & agent selection & budgeting; coordination with Port Captains, Traffic, Line Mgt, Third parties; vessel attendance & reporting; ISO & HSE compliance. Specific functions include: Plan & schedule voyages in consultation with Line Manager as well as maintain & update daily Vessel Position Report. Schedule delivery & redelivery of vessels on short-term charters. Evaluate & select vendors for bunkers, agency, sup- port services, stevedoring. Review and approve disbursements. Coordinate cargo loading operations with Technical Services & Line Manager. Provide cost estimations for cargo operations, stowage, securing & latching. Evaluate suitability of cargo han- dling & security equipment to prevent cargo & vessel damage claims. Interact with sales team to develop cargo transportation solu- tions. Maintain consistent communications with Port Captains during cargo operations, including nights& weekends. Share vital or relevant communications with Line Manage- ment. Correspond with outport agents on disbursement accounts, cargo documents, cargo discharge, loading carrier's equipment back to port. Regularly attend each vessel for which Operations Manager has opera- tional control. Discuss with Master of each vessel opinions of agents, stevedores, Port Captains, other operational topics. Prepare written reports to Technical, Operations, & Line Management. Implement ISO proce- dures in operational matters. Comply fully with Intermarine's HSE policies & procedures. B.S. (U.S. or foreign equivalent) degree in Industrial Mgt. or International Transporta- tion + 2 yrs. Progressive experience in ocean transportation operations. Proficiency in MS Office and CAD software. Mathematical proficiency in use of fractions, percentages, ratios, proportions, weights & cubic meter cal- culations. Language proficiency in reading, analyzing, interpreting packing lists, technical drawings, booking notes, & vessel drawings gained through 2 yrs. Progressive experi- ence in ocean transportation operations. 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