Supervise the workers engaged in preparing boats for shipment.
What does a Boat and Plant Utility Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in preparing boats for shipment: Supervises workers engaged in cleaning interior and exterior surfaces of boats. Examines equipment on boat to determine compliance with specifications. Reports deficiencies and reinspects boats after repairs. Constructs staging and dollies for shipment of boats, according to specifications, using rules, dividers, squares, and marking instruments. Cuts and drills materials at points marked to form joints, holes for fasteners, casters, or reinforcements, using hand and portable power tools. Fits and fastens pieces together, using handtools. Loads boat onto transport trailer, using electric hoist. Positions hoist hooks on slings attached to boat cradle to lift and lower boat onto trailer. Tightens chain fasteners, using clamp lever, to secure boat to trailer. Installs and maintains plant electrical, water, and compressed air systems, using power tools and handtools. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.