All crew positions for Oliver Hazard Perry
SSV Oliver Hazard Perry is the largest civilian Sailing School Vessel in the United States. Oliver Hazard Perry is the first ocean-going full-rigged ship to built in the U.S. in over 100 years. Her accommodations hold 32 people overnight in addition to her 17 professional crew. Traditional sailing on deck and modern amenities below. Join as we teach a new generation about traditional sailing and marine stewardship. We run programs for trainees of all ages ranging from youth to adults during year-round operation in the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. Training programs on this full-rig ship usually range between 1-4 weeks.
We are currently seeking applicants for all positions on board for the late summer and fall.
Program Manager manages the educational programs aboard Oliver Hazard Perry, working both as part of and alongside the ship’s professional crew to facilitate the core sail training experience, coordinate auxiliary courses, and to administer the programs. (Start date Sept 1)
The mates are responsible for leading a safe navigational watch, supervising deck operations and assisting the Captain in vessel operations, maintenance and instructing students in sail operations. The Mates maintain the deck logbook and are responsible for keeping all the navigational and safety equipment in order. Experience aboard square-rigged sailing vessels is required. Minimum license requirement for this position is 500-ton Ocean Mates with Auxiliary-Sail.(Start date Oct 24)
The Engineer is in charge of the proper operation and maintenance of all electrical and mechanical equipment aboard the ship. The Engineer monitors fuel and water supplies, maintains the highest level of fuel and energy efficiency and keeps tools and spare parts organized and inventoried. He/she also instructs all crew members in the procedures for operating the generator, engines, bilge pumping system, and fire fighting equipment. Record keeping is through an online system called Wheelhouse. The right candidate for the position of Engineer will have at least a Designated Duty Engineer (1,000hp), Basic Safety Training & Advanced Fire Fighting.(Star date Oct 24)
Able Seamen are the core deck crew members working the ship both on deck and aloft. They also lead the trainee crew members (both youth and adult) in all aspects of shipboard operations. The Able Seaman is a US Coast Guard issued merchant mariner document. STCW rating of AB Deck is required, including Basic Safety Training, Personal Survival Craft, and Ratings Forming Part of a Navigational Watch (Start date Aug 7)
Please see our website for more information: https://www.ohpri.org/employment/