Our goal is to hire motivated and qualified personnel who are interested in growth and advancement opportunities within the Marine Industry.
Previous experience in Decking, Tankering, and in the Pilot House are desirable, however GBL is committed to give worthy candidates an opportunity to gain experience in necessary decking skills such as securing barges and making tow, the capability to assist and to become a licensed tankerman, to transfer liquid cargoes between barges and dock facilities, and the ability to navigate the river as a licensed steersman and pilot, to those with the desire and dedication towards safety and job excellence.
Notice of Requirements of Employment
- High School Diploma or GED
- TWIC Card
- Social Security card
- Applicant must have and maintain a valid DRIVER LICENSE
- Birth Certificate
- All United States Coast Guard Documents, if applicable
All individuals selected for a personal interview should bring with them to the interview, originals of the documents listed above.
PROBATIONARY STATUS OF NEW EMPLOYEES Your first ninety (90) days of employment with Golding Barge Line, Inc., will be considered a probationary or trial period. This 90 day period will give you the opportunity to decide whether you like working with GBL and will give us the opportunity to determine if your work measures up to our standards. At any time, should we decide that your work habits or performance do not meet our standards, we may discharge you from employment. Likewise, should you decide to resign, you may do so at any time without any negative effect on your employment record.
AT-WILL EMPLOYMENT STATUS Keep in mind that the policies and procedures set forth by Golding Barge Line, Inc., may be changed at any time. Moreover, the Employment Application should not be interpreted in any way to be an employment contract since your employment is “at-will.” The term “at-will” means that either you or GBL has the right to end your employment at any time with or without cause. The Probationary Period discussed above has no effect on your at-will status. Therefore, either before, during or after the Probationary Period, your at-will status remains unchanged and in no way affects either our right or your right to terminate our work relationship at any time either with or without cause.