Gaming and Leisure Properties, Inc.

  • Engineer in Charge

    Location US-LA-Baton Rouge
    Hollywood Casino Baton Rouge
  • Responsibilities

    Hollywood Casino Baton Rouge’s Engineer-In-Charge (EIC) is responsible for overseeing the maintenance on the riverboat and keeping the riverboat in compliance with USCG/ABSC regulations year round, completing quarterly inspections and having the riverboat ready for ABSC annual and semi-annual inspections.  HCBR’s EIC should be professional at all times and possess good communication skills while providing “star” treatment of all guests and encouraging repeat business. 


    • Keeps riverboat in compliance with USCG/ABSC regulations year round and ready for ABSC inspections
    • Trains and evaluates riverboat Team Members
    • Keep up with any of company policies and training programs
    • Coordinates staffing and scheduling of all Riverboat Technicians
    • Keep track of maintenance personal payroll
    • Work with the Captin in Chare - CIC - on assigning work orders
    • Work with every department on maintenance issues
    • Responsible for overseeing the maintenance of the riverboat and all safety equipment
    • Responsible for preventive maintenance and receiving water, fuel, lube and oil
    • Unloads sewage and waste oil
    • Takes on oil/fuel
    • Handles all scheduled/unscheduled maintenance through-out the property
    • Maintains riverboat systems as to minimize interruption of normal casino operations
    • Keeps a ‘smooth’ log of activities
    • In the absence of the CIC, is overall person in charge
    • In an emergency when the CIC is not aboard, is responsible for the safety of the riverboat and all Team Members on board





    Required License - Must have held a DDE 4000 license for at least 5 years and, if the license is not current, then the expired license is not older than 5 years and has not been revoked or suspended


    Preferred License - Holds or has held a CHIEF ENGINEER LIMITED license. If expired, it is not older than 5 years and has not been revoked or suspended.


    • Ability to operate equipment such as hand and power tools, emergency equipment, cleaning equipment
    • Computer skills
    • Good oral communication skills, able to follow directions, and have the ability to communicate clearly and effectively over hand held radios
    • Able to be stand, sit, or lay for prolonged periods of time
    • Ability to work at heights of 40 feet
    • Must be able to listen and respond to visual and aural cues
    • Must be able to tolerate areas containing second hand smoke, varying noise and temperature levels, illumination, vibration, crowds and air quality
    • Ability to respond calmly and make rational decisions in emergency situations
    • Physically mobile with reasonable accommodations including ability to push, pull, carry and lift up to 25 lbs., and the ability to push, pull, reach, bend, twist, stoop, stack, crouch, kneel and balance when performing job duties in varying work areas such as confined spaces


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