Combi O'Hara Corporation - 4.1 Seattle, WA Job Details Contract Estimated: $40,000 - $56,000 a year 17 hours ago Benefits 401(k) Health insurance Full Job Description Excellence. Innovation. Integrity. Passion. Have you ever wondered what it would be like traveling to a remote island in Alaska and living aboard a state-of-the-art fishing vessel? Do you love adventure and crave it in your work? Do you enjoy the satisfaction of a hard days work and thrive being a part of a close-knit team? If your answer is yes! A COMBI (50% Deckhand and 50% Fish Processor) job with OHara Corporation may be the right gig for you! We are looking for experienced crew that are excited about working a hybrid role of Deckhand and Fish Processor. If you have some training and/or experience on Deck and are open to supporting the fish processing factory as needed on each trip, we want to chat!. Job Summary Safely and competently work in extreme weather and sea conditions as needed. Prepare trawl nets and gear for use. Guide nets, cod-ends, and lines onto a net drum during haul backs. Release fish into holding tanks. Clean and repair nets and fishing gear. Operate and maintain hoists, cranes and other equipment used to load/unload product and supplies. Tie and untie the vessel to other vessels or the dock. Operate and maintain safety equipment such as the skiff and life rafts. Safely transfer crew on/off the vessel. Keep trawl decks and other open decks organized and clear of debris. Work in many areas of the vessel including the trawl deck, factory, freezer hold, or on adjoining docks or vessels during offload or backload. Must be able to communicate and understand visual or verbal directions over loud background noise. Perform the duties of a fish processor (please see Fish Processor page for complete details). Work Schedule Combi's work at least 16.5 hours per day, 7 days per week. Work hours may be extended during offload or backload which may result in uneven shifts and sleep patterns. Work Environment While performing the duties of this job, combi's are regularly exposed to outdoor weather conditions, moving machinery, trawl gear and various species of fish. Combi's are also exposed to wet, humid, and freezing conditions, and may be exposed to high, precarious places, vibration, and risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud. This is work onboard a vessel in the ocean which by nature produces varying degrees of motion onboard. Materials, Tools, Equipment and Work Aids Commercial fishing equipment such as trawl gear, net reels, hoists, cranes, hooks, slings, winches, hydraulic equipment, knives, shovels, net mending equipment, common hand and power tools, and two-way radios. Fish processing equipment such as headers, movable and stationary conveyor systems, knives, hoists, pressure washers, cleaning chemicals, shovels, buckets, baskets, and aluminum pans. Protective Clothing and Equipment Protective clothing and equipment that is used consistently: storm weather clothing, mustang suit/jacket, rain gear, gloves, rubber boots, hardhat, noise suppression devices. Also used as required: safety goggles, life preserver, survival suit, skiff, life rafts, SCBA, fire extinguishing gear. rain gear (pants and sleeves), gloves, rubber boots, noise suppression devices, and used as required: hardhat, safety goggles, fire extinguisher, respirator, life preserver and survival suit. Requirements Education, Experience USCG AB License or equivalent experience on board trawler fishing vessels. Preferred but not required. USCG Basic Firefighting. Preferred but not required. USCG Drill Instructor training. Preferred but not required. Combis Must Be Able To: Pass pre-employment and random drug tests per USCG regulations. Understand and follow instructions, directions, safety rules and procedures in English. Stand and walk during their 16.5-hour shift, 7 days per week for the duration of the contract. Work long hours, performing repetitive tasks for extended periods of time in wet, humid, and freezing conditions. Lift and carry weight of 75 to 100 pounds for full range from floor to over the head repeatedly. Use fingers, hand, and arms to push, pull and reach; bend and twist; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Hear, understand, and follow instructions, directions, safety rules and procedures in English. Don life jacket, life vest and/or survival suit without assistance. Board and exit the vessel by gangplank or Jacobs ladder without assistance. Board or exit a skiff without assistance in all weather conditions. Ascend and descend steep stairways and ladders in all temperatures. Operate conveyor systems to move fish through the factory. Identify and sort fish species. Run machinery to remove heads and guts from fish. Push, pull and lift pans onto and off conveyors and into/out of plate freezers. Remove frozen fish from pans. Operate plate freezer systems as directed. Bag, label, and stack bags of frozen fish in the freezer hold. Perform offload by stacking frozen fish onto pallets or cargo slings. Clean factory and machinery as directed. Share crew quarters, bathroom facilities, and common dining areas with other crew members. Be away from medical care and supervision for 3+ months at a time. Benefits 401(k) Health insurance OHara Corporation provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.