Commercial Diver

Company Name:
Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson
Job Description
JMT is seeking a part-time Commercial Diver to join the team in Kinnelon, NJ. The successful candidate must have prior diving experience.
Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Perform underwater inspection and/or construction on marine structures
Undertake dives and other duties as directed by the Supervisor;
Ensure that personal diving equipment is working correctly and is suitable for the planned dive;
Ensure full understanding of the dive plan and is competent to carry out the planned task;
Know the routine and emergency procedures;
Report any medical problem or symptoms experienced during or after the dive;
Ability to identify and report any equipment faults, other potential hazards, near misses or accidents;
Keep logbook up to date and have it signed by the Supervisor after each dive.
Required Skills
Required Skills
Must possess Dive Diploma from an ADCI accredited diving educational institution
Must possess a current diving physical or be able to pass a diving physical
Ability to wear a commercial diving hat 25-30lbs, for approximately 4hrs daily
Ability to work in all weather conditions; rain, sleet, storm, snow, heat, etc.
Ability to travel and work on projects out of state
Ability to lift 50lbs repetitively
Current ADCI Card
Oxygen Provider/DANO2
First/Aid CPR
Preferred Credentials:
Must possess or be able to obtain a TWIC Card
1-3 years' experience in underwater construction inspection and/or underwater bridge/marine inspection
IMCA Certified/International Certification cards
NITROX /Enriched Air Oxygen
OSHA 10 hour construction safety course certificate
Required Experience
Minimum 1 year of underwater diving experience
EOE/AA Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled

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