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Waterborne Security Officer

Six Maritime is a growing company specializing in the world of Maritime Security. We are currently looking to fill positions on San Diego Bay. Operations run 24-7-365 and involve standing security and operating a security patrol boat while protecting local ship repair facilities. Six Maritime offers career advancement from WSO1-WSO5 and issues performance bonuses as well. We also offer military hiring preference. We offer higher starting pay for personnel who have a military coxswain certificate or coast guard issued captain’s license.

  • Job Location: San Diego
  • Job Type: Full-time
  • Salary: $18.00 to $28.00 /hour plus overtime

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USN CRG1 MK VI Patrol Boat Navigator

6M is seeking a Patrol Boat Navigator Instructor to join the team in San Diego, CA.

 

This opportunity is contingent upon successful contract award, anticipated summer 2020. Apply immediately, in most cases applications are due by April 10, 2020.

Responsibilities

  • Conduct training on U.S. Navy military and Government Service personnel on Coastal Riverine Force (CORIVFOR) Patrol Boats (PB) – i.e. 25' PB, 34' PB, future 40' PB, and the MK VI PB. Training shall be conducted in ranges, classroom, and onboard Patrol Boats.
  • Conduct small arms and crew served weapons training.
  • Provide basic and specialized training in small boat operations and tactical employment.
  • Provide classroom and operational instruction on Mk VI PB characteristics and systems.
  • Conduct Navy Maintenance, Material and Management (3M) preventive maintenance and corrective maintenance on Mk VI PB systems.
  • Conduct Pre-deployment training.
  • Provide analysis, design, and development of policy, tasks and functions related to Coastal Maritime programs.
  • Assist with CORIVGRU ONE N7/TEU’s Patrol Boat training curriculum design, development, and improvement.
  • Some travel will be required
  • Some training days may last up to 12 hours and portions of the training will be executed during nighttime hours.

Qualifications

  • Meet and maintain eligibility for high-risk training instructors, as delineated in OPNAVINST 1500.75 and COMCORIVFORINST 1500.1 series and supporting references
  • Active SECRET clearance at time of proposal is MANDATORY
  • Possesses an active state driver’s license
  • Physically fit - work requires moderate physical exertion such as long periods standing, walking over rough, uneven, or rocky surfaces requiring bending, crouching, stooping, reaching, or similar activities in all types of weather conditions ranging from very hot (110 F summer) to very cold (30 F winter). The work requires lifting of items up to 50 lbs., such as tools, weapons and ordnance items. The work requires the wearing of body armor and helmet for periods up to 12 hours. The work may require specific, but common, physical characteristics and abilities, such as average agility and dexterity. Individuals cannot have seizure disorders, abnormal and uncorrectable near vision, be colorblind, or have substantial hearing loss (hearing aid is acceptable).
  • Proficient in reading and understanding technical drawings and schematics
  • Proficient in Microsoft (MS) Office, including MS Word, MS Excel and Power Point
  • Record of PQS qualifications in all CORIVFOR weapons and weapon systems
  • Must possess at least one of the following qualifications (or equivalent):
    • Navy Enlisted Code (NEC) (9502) 805A Instructor
    • Navy NEC (9518) A12A Professional Development Instructor
  • Completed Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT) or equivalent
  • Qualified Navy Second Class Swimmer or equivalent
  • Four (4) years documented small boat/craft tactical experience in a maritime environment with proficiency in: Maritime Navigation, Tactical Boat Operations, and Military decision-making processes (Begin, Arrange, Make, Complete, Issue, Supervise (BAMCIS); Organizational and individual planning; Tactical Boat Patrol Coordination; Development and issuance of Concept of Operations, Warning Order, Patrol Order, and Mission Debriefing.
  • Experience performing as Navigator for CRF Patrol Boats.
  • RSO and Line Coach for underway live fire evolutions desired.

Hearing conservation testing required

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USN CRG1 MK VI Patrol Boat Engineer

6M is seeking a Patrol Boat Engineer to join the team in San Diego, CA.

 

This opportunity is contingent upon successful contract award, anticipated summer 2020. Apply immediately, in most cases applications are due by April 10, 2020.

  • Job Location: US-CA-San Diego
  • Salary: 60-70 K

Responsibilities

  • Conduct training on U.S. Navy military and Government Service personnel on Coastal Riverine Force (CORIVFOR) Patrol Boats (PB) – i.e. 25' PB, 34' PB, future 40' PB, and the MK VI PB. Training shall be conducted in ranges, classroom, and onboard Patrol Boats.
  • Conduct small arms and crew served weapons training.
  • Provide basic and specialized training in small boat operations and tactical employment.
  • Provide classroom and operational instruction on Mk VI PB characteristics and systems.
  • Conduct Navy Maintenance, Material and Management (3M) preventive maintenance and corrective maintenance on Mk VI PB systems.
  • Conduct Pre-deployment training.
  • Provide analysis, design, and development of policy, tasks and functions related to Coastal Maritime programs.
  • Assist with CORIVGRU ONE N7/TEU’s Patrol Boat training curriculum design, development, and improvement.
  • Some travel will be required
  • Some training days may last up to 12 hours and portions of the training will be executed during nighttime hours.

Qualifications

  • Meet and maintain eligibility for high-risk training instructors, as delineated in OPNAVINST 1500.75 and COMCORIVFORINST 1500.1 series and supporting references
  • Active SECRET clearance at time of proposal is MANDATORY
  • Possesses an active state driver’s license
  • Physically fit - work requires moderate physical exertion such as long periods standing, walking over rough, uneven, or rocky surfaces requiring bending, crouching, stooping, reaching, or similar activities in all types of weather conditions ranging from very hot (110 F summer) to very cold (30 F winter). The work requires lifting of items up to 50 lbs., such as tools, weapons and ordnance items. The work requires the wearing of body armor and helmet for periods up to 12 hours. The work may require specific, but common, physical characteristics and abilities, such as average agility and dexterity. Individuals cannot have seizure disorders, abnormal and uncorrectable near vision, be colorblind, or have substantial hearing loss (hearing aid is acceptable).
  • Proficient in reading and understanding technical drawings and schematics
  • Proficient in Microsoft (MS) Office, including MS Word, MS Excel and Power Point
  • Record of PQS qualifications in all CORIVFOR weapons and weapon systems
  • Must possess at least one of the following qualifications (or equivalent):
    • Navy Enlisted Code (NEC) (9502) 805A Instructor
    • Navy NEC (9518) A12A Professional Development Instructor
  • Completed Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT) or equivalent
  • Qualified Navy Second Class Swimmer or equivalent
  • Four (4) years documented small boat/craft tactical experience in a maritime environment with proficiency in: Maritime Navigation, Tactical Boat Operations, and Military decision-making processes (Begin, Arrange, Make, Complete, Issue, Supervise (BAMCIS); Organizational and individual planning; Tactical Boat Patrol Coordination; Development and issuance of Concept of Operations, Warning Order, Patrol Order, and Mission Debriefing.
  • Experience performing as Engineer for CRF Patrol Boats.
  • RSO and Line Coach for underway live fire evolutions desired.

Hearing conservation testing required

Apply Now


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USN CRG1 MK VI CRF Patrol Boat Communicator Instructor

6M is seeking a CRF Patrol Boat Communicator Instructor to join the team in San Diego, CA. This opportunity is contingent upon successful contract award, anticipated Summer 2020.

  • Job Location: US-CA-San Diego

Responsibilities

  • Conduct training for U.S. Navy military and Government Service personnel on Coastal Riverine Force (CORIVFOR) Patrol Boats (PB) – i.e. 25' PB, 34' PB, future 40' PB, and the MK VI PB. Training shall be conducted in ranges, classroom, and onboard Patrol Boats.
  • Conduct small arms and crew served weapons training.
  • Provide basic and specialized training in small boat operations and tactical employment.
  • Provide classroom and operational instruction on Mk VI PB characteristics and systems.
  • Conduct Navy Maintenance, Material and Management (3M) preventive maintenance and corrective maintenance on Mk VI PB systems.
  • Conduct Pre-deployment training.
  • Provide analysis, design, and development of policy, tasks and functions related to Coastal Maritime programs.
  • Assist with CORIVGRU ONE N7/TEU’s Patrol Boat training curriculum design, development, and improvement.
  • Some travel will be required
  • Some training days may last up to 12 hours and portions of the training will be executed during night time hours.

Qualifications

  • Meet and maintain eligibility for high-risk training instructors, as delineated in OPNAVINST 1500.75 and COMCORIVFORINST 1500.1 series and supporting references
  • Active SECRET clearance at time of proposal is MANDATORY
  • Possesses an active state driver’s license
  • Physically fit - work requires moderate physical exertion such as long periods standing, walking over rough, uneven, or rocky surfaces requiring bending, crouching, stooping, reaching, or similar activities in all types of weather conditions ranging from very hot (110 F summer) to very cold (30 F winter). The work requires lifting of items up to 50 lbs., such as tools, weapons and ordnance items. The work requires the wearing of body armor and helmet for periods up to 12 hours. The work may require specific, but common, physical characteristics and abilities, such as average agility and dexterity. Individuals cannot have seizure disorders, abnormal and uncorrectable near vision, be colorblind, or have substantial hearing loss (hearing aid is acceptable).
  • Proficient in reading and understanding technical drawings and schematics
  • Proficient in Microsoft (MS) Office, including MS Word, MS Excel and Power Point
  • Record of PQS qualifications in all CORIVFOR weapons and weapon systems
  • Must possess at least one of the following qualifications (or equivalent):
    • Navy Enlisted Code (NEC) (9502) 805A Instructor
    • Navy NEC (9518) A12A Professional Development Instructor
  • Completed Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT) or equivalent
  • Qualified Navy Second Class Swimmer or equivalent
  • Four (4) years documented small boat/craft tactical experience in a maritime environment with proficiency in: Maritime Navigation, Tactical Boat Operations, and Military decision-making processes (Begin, Arrange, Make, Complete, Issue, Supervise (BAMCIS); Organizational and individual planning; Tactical Boat Patrol Coordination; Development and issuance of Concept of Operations, Warning Order, Patrol Order, and Mission Debriefing.
  • Experience with CRG communications equipment and procedures
  • RSO and Line Coach for underway live fire evolutions desired

Hearing conservation testing required

Apply Now


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USN CRG1 MK VI CRF Patrol Boat Coxswain Instructor

6M is seeking a CRF Patrol Boat Coxswain Instructor to join the team in San Diego, CA. This opportunity is contingent upon successful contract award, anticipated Summer 2020.

  • Job Location: US-CA-San Diego

Responsibilities

  • Conduct training for U.S. Navy military and Government Service personnel on Coastal Riverine Force (CORIVFOR) Patrol Boats (PB) – i.e. 25' PB, 34' PB, future 40' PB, and the MK VI PB. Training shall be conducted in ranges, classroom, and onboard Patrol Boats.
  • Conduct small arms and crew served weapons training.
  • Provide basic and specialized training in small boat operations and tactical employment.
  • Provide classroom and operational instruction on Mk VI PB characteristics and systems.
  • Conduct Navy Maintenance, Material and Management (3M) preventive maintenance and corrective maintenance on Mk VI PB systems.
  • Conduct Pre-deployment training.
  • Provide analysis, design, and development of policy, tasks and functions related to Coastal Maritime programs.
  • Assist with CORIVGRU ONE N7/TEU’s Patrol Boat training curriculum design, development, and improvement.
  • Some travel will be required
  • Some training days may last up to 12 hours and portions of the training will be executed during night time hours.

Qualifications

  • Meet and maintain eligibility for high-risk training instructors, as delineated in OPNAVINST 1500.75 and COMCORIVFORINST 1500.1 series and supporting references
  • Active SECRET clearance at time of proposal is MANDATORY
  • Possess an active state driver’s license
  • Physically fit - work requires moderate physical exertion such as long periods standing, walking over rough, uneven, or rocky surfaces requiring bending, crouching, stooping, reaching, or similar activities in all types of weather conditions ranging from very hot (110 F summer) to very cold (30 F winter). The work requires lifting of items up to 50 lbs., such as tools, weapons and ordnance items. The work requires the wearing of body armor and helmet for periods up to 12 hours. The work may require specific, but common, physical characteristics and abilities, such as average agility and dexterity. Individuals cannot have seizure disorders, abnormal and uncorrectable near vision, be colorblind, or have substantial hearing loss (hearing aid is acceptable).
  • Proficient in reading and understanding technical drawings and schematics
  • Proficient in Microsoft (MS) Office, including MS Word, MS Excel and Power Point
  • Record of PQS qualifications in all CORIVFOR weapons and weapon systems
  • Must possess at least one of the following qualifications (or equivalent):
    • Navy Enlisted Code (NEC) (9502) 805A Instructor, or
    • Navy NEC (9518) A12A Professional Development Instructor
  • Completed Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT) or equivalent
  • Qualified Navy Second Class Swimmer or equivalent
  • Four (4) years documented small boat/craft tactical experience in a maritime environment with proficiency in: Maritime Navigation, Tactical Boat Operations, and Military decision-making processes (Begin, Arrange, Make, Complete, Issue, Supervise (BAMCIS); Organizational and individual planning; Tactical Boat Patrol Coordination; Development and issuance of Concept of Operations, Warning Order, Patrol Order, and Mission Debriefing.
  • Must have MK VI Patrol Boat and Coxswain qualification
  • U.S. Coast Guard 50 Ton (or higher) Captain License preferred

Hearing conservation testing required

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USN CRG1 MK VI CRF Boat Captain Instructor

6M is seeking a CRF Boat Captain Instructor to join the team in San Diego, CA. This opportunity is contingent upon successful contract award, anticipated Summer 2020.

  • Job Location: US-CA-San Diego

Responsibilities

  • Conduct training for U.S. Navy military and Government Service personnel on Coastal Riverine Force (CORIVFOR) Patrol Boats (PB) – i.e. 25' PB, 34' PB, future 40' PB, and the MK VI PB. Training shall be conducted in ranges, classroom, and onboard Patrol Boats.
  • Conduct small arms and crew served weapons training.
  • Provide basic and specialized training in small boat operations and tactical employment.
  • Provide classroom and operational instruction on Mk VI PB characteristics and systems.
  • Conduct Navy Maintenance, Material and Management (3M) preventive maintenance and corrective maintenance on Mk VI PB systems.
  • Conduct Pre-deployment training.
  • Provide analysis, design, and development of policy, tasks and functions related to Coastal Maritime programs.
  • Assist with CORIVGRU ONE N7/TEU’s Patrol Boat training curriculum design, development, and improvement.
  • Some travel will be required
  • Some training days may last up to 12 hours and portions of the training will be executed during night time hours.

Qualifications

  • Meet and maintain eligibility for high-risk training instructors, as delineated in OPNAVINST 1500.75 and COMCORIVFORINST 1500.1 series and supporting references
  • Active SECRET clearance at time of proposal is MANDATORY
  • Possess an active state driver’s license
  • Physically fit - work requires moderate physical exertion such as long periods standing, walking over rough, uneven, or rocky surfaces requiring bending, crouching, stooping, reaching, or similar activities in all types of weather conditions ranging from very hot (110 F summer) to very cold (30 F winter). The work requires lifting of items up to 50 lbs., such as tools, weapons and ordnance items. The work requires the wearing of body armor and helmet for periods up to 12 hours. The work may require specific, but common, physical characteristics and abilities, such as average agility and dexterity. Individuals cannot have seizure disorders, abnormal and uncorrectable near vision, be colorblind, or have substantial hearing loss (hearing aid is acceptable).
  • Proficient in reading and understanding technical drawings and schematics
  • Proficient in Microsoft (MS) Office, including MS Word, MS Excel and Power Point
  • Record of PQS qualifications in all CORIVFOR weapons and weapon systems
  • Must possess at least one of the following qualifications (or equivalent):
    • Navy Enlisted Code (NEC) (9502) 805A Instructor, or
    • Navy NEC (9518) A12A Professional Development Instructor
  • Completed Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT) or equivalent
  • Qualified Navy Second Class Swimmer or equivalent
  • Four (4) years documented small boat/craft tactical experience in a maritime environment with proficiency in: Maritime Navigation, Tactical Boat Operations, and Military decision-making processes (Begin, Arrange, Make, Complete, Issue, Supervise (BAMCIS); Organizational and individual planning; Tactical Boat Patrol Coordination; Development and issuance of Concept of Operations, Warning Order, Patrol Order, and Mission Debriefing.
  • Must have MK VI Patrol Boat and Coxswain qualification
  • U.S. Coast Guard 50 Ton (or higher) Captain License preferred

Hearing conservation testing required

Apply Now


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