Teichman Group (T&T) is a leader in marine salvage, wreck removal, and emergency response. Since 1957 we have grown to become a leading service provider to the international maritime and energy industries. Our company is committed to solving problems for our clients under the highest standards of safety and quality. As a family-owned company with strong core values, T&T provides an ideal work environment for those seeking unique, long-term, and rewarding employment opportunities.




The HR Department reviews all applications. Based on your work history and qualifications they may or may not call you.

Please submit all applications to jobs@teichmangroup.com.


  • Deckhand

    Work Schedule:

    The standard work schedule is 14 days on the boat, then 7 days off; however, this work schedule may vary. The daily work schedule is divided into two six-hour watches, for a total of a 12-hour work day. The forward watch is from 6 am to 12pm, and 6pm to 12am. The after watch runs from 12 noon to 6pm and 12am to 6am Hours for the call watch may vary according to the operational demands of the vessel. Deck crew may not work more than 15 hours in a 24 hour period or 42 hours in 72 hours.


    Key Job Responsibilities:

    • Attach and remove lines and cables to and from the vessel, barge, docks, and locks.
    • Build tows by handling lines and cables to tie and untie barges and boats.
    • Care for tools and equipment for boat and barges.
    • Work as directed by Captain or Wheelman on Watch.
    • Maintain vessel by performing scheduled maintenance and housekeeping.
    • Make minor repairs onboard the vessel.
    • Inspection, maintenance and repair (when possible) of shipboard systems and machinery.
    • Maintenance of  sufficient engine room  stores and spares.
    • Inspections and maintenance of fixed firefighting systems including the pumps and associated piping and valves.
    • The operation of engine room machinery in accordance with the manufacturer recommendations and company policy.
    • Planning and scheduling of work to be performed safely and efficiently.
    • Learn safety rules and safe use of equipment.
    • Adhere to company safety policy and procedures, environmental rules and Government regulations.
    • Any requirements of ADA job description not listed above.


    Physical Demands of the Job:

    • Standard  deckhand  duties include making  tow, transferring  rigging,  laying rigging,  hand ling lines, shifting barges, dropping or picking up barges, checking the tow, moving and operating portable pumps, assisting in making locks or bridges,  assisting in  mid -stream  transfers, routine  housekeeping duties, and general maintenance. In addition, deckhands may be required to catch a line on deck fittings, work lines at locks, cast lines free when getting underway, and assist in the navigation of the boat. Specific duties for the forward and after watches are detailed in the deckhand duty poster aboard the boat. These duties will be performed during all types of weather, night and day, and while the vessel is underway.
    • Deckhands are required to launch, use, and ride in a skiff from time to time. They may be required to participate in emergency evaluations, and recover the skiff when small boat operations have been completed. These procedures require a deckhand to work on a moving platform where an individual's balance may be critical.
    • Deckhands are required to use hand tools, power tools, painting equipment, and personal protective gear. Power tools may be heavy or awkward and generate dust or loud noise.    Repairs  may  require that deckhands reach into small, poorly accessible areas of machinery; work on equipment that has pressurized or hot components; secure or segregate systems to provide an adequate safety margin; troubleshoot equipment that is difficult to reach; and work in areas below decks that may experience periods of darkness in unusual situations.
    • Deckhands must ascend and descend stairs and ladders, sometimes while transporting tools or objects. They must use portable ladders or stools to allow them to work on systems that are located  in the overhead  section of machinery spaces. They must always do so in the safest manner possible, following all company safety rules and using hand rails when appropriate.
    • Deckhands are frequently required to move equipment that is heavy or awkward. Moving this equipment may require more than one person in order to move or lift the item safely.  No deckhand should lift more than they can safely handle. It is the responsibility of the individual deckhand to request assistance from other members of the crew when they feel it is necessary. Deckhands must be capable of lifting and moving equipment that may weigh in excess of 100 pounds. It will frequently be necessary to move equipment that is heavy, large, and awkward, sometimes from one level to another.  Mechanical lifting devices are provided and must be used as necessary. The Deckhand must consider the requirements of a particular job prior to undertaking the task so he can be assured that all necessary equipment or assistance is readily available.


  • CGA Captain - Master Responder

    Job Summary:

    The CGA Services (CGAS) Operator/Captain level is the top-level non-exempt position for CGAS.

    The incumbent must hold at least a 100 ton Captain’s license or higher and has acquired the

    knowledge and skills to effectively perform all tasks assigned listed under “responsibilities.” This

    position possesses significant experience with oil spill response equipment, operations in the marine environment under a variety of weather and visibility conditions, advanced training and significant experience in oil spill response operations, drills, and exercises. Operators should have the ability to supervise operations of significant scope and/or complexity. Operators also demonstrate excellent administrative and management skills, the ability to complete all PM maintenance procedures, and the ability to assume increased responsibility in the management of day to day activities as well as during spill response operations.




    • Requires high school diploma or equivalent.
    • Minimum of 5 – 8 years related experience, with at least 3 years demonstrating supervisory
    • Experience responding to emergencies, seamanship (deck seamanship and boat handling),
    • Must hold at least a 100 ton Captain’s license.


    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Operations: Serve as a field level supervisor for the deployment, operation and recovery of
    • The CGAS Operator/Captain will be a key factor in efficiently operating and maintaining
    • Operate all Clean Gulf equipment, including CGA’s COI vessels requiring a 100 ton
    • Be proficient in the reading and utilization of technical, operational and repair manuals and
    • The incumbent must be able to respond to BSEE and USCG inspections and unannounced
    • Prepare written reports of activities, including training, equipment operations and response
    • Generate field tickets for CGA members during and after a spill or drill.
    • Responsible for preparation of ARP’s (Approved Request for Payment) for vendor and
    • Logistics: Possess a comprehensive understanding of Clean Gulf’s engineering, logistics,
    • Manage support services functions during spill response operations.
    • Maintenance: Responsible for preventative and general maintenance on CGA equipment.
    • Preparation of vessels and barges for regulatory inspections.
    • Execution of Clean Gulf’s Planned Maintenance Programs.
    • Oversee contractors performing high level corrective maintenance on Clean Gulf equipment.


    Shift and Site Information:

    The standard work schedule for a Captain/Master Responder is Monday-Friday, 0700-1530. As an

    emergency responder this position will be required to be on-call and readily available for deployment 24/7 as needed.


    Working Conditions/Physical Requirements:

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The Captain/Master Responder may work in an office environment, shipyard, onboard vessels and /or offshore. Additionally, the Captain/Master Responder will be to weather and or sea conditions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use

    hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk or hear; taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 30 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. We offer a drug free workplace environment and require a pre-employment drug screen. All applicants are subject to pre-employment security background checks and pre-employment physical

    fitness for duty tests. All personnel are subject to random, post-accident/injury, for cause, discretionary drug and alcohol testing. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate due to race, ethnicity, gender,

    veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.



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