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Ordinary Seamen/Oilers

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Stand deck department watches and perform a variety of tasks to preserve the painted surface of the ship and to maintain lines and ship equipment, such as running and cargo-handling gear. May oil and grease moving parts of engines and auxiliary equipment. Must hold government-issued certification. Must hold certification when working aboard liquid-carrying vessels.

Other titles in this work field include:

  • able bodied seaman
  • able seaman
  • barge hand
  • bargeman
  • boat deckhand
  • boat hand
  • boat laborer
  • boat person
  • boatman
  • buoy tender
  • cabin boy
  • cabin worker
  • cadet
  • captain's assistant
  • captain's boy
  • chief engineer's boy
  • chief engineer's helper
  • chief yeoman
  • crewman
  • deck cadet
  • deck mate
  • deckhand
  • ferry hand
  • ferryman
  • float tender
  • floater
  • floatman
  • group leader
  • handyman
  • laborer, boat or ship
  • lighterman
  • lookout
  • marine firefighter
  • marine fireman
  • marine water tender
  • mariner
  • master at arms
  • merchant marine
  • merchant seaman
  • oiler
  • quartermaster
  • refrigerating oiler
  • river transportation workers
  • riverman
  • roustabout
  • sailor, pleasure craft
  • sailors
  • sailors and marine oilers
  • sailors and marine technicians
  • scaler
  • scow hand
  • scowman
  • seaman
  • steerer
  • steersman
  • tankerman
  • utility worker
  • water tender
  • wheelman
  • yacht hand
  • yachtsman


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