2nd Class Engineer

World-class company and Quebec flagship, Ocean Group is a leader in the Canadian marine industry. We have built our history and reputation with our employees. We believe in developing and maintaining a strong culture based on health, safety, and environmental prevention. We promote a healthy, safe and respectful work environment for our surroundings and our host communities. Within our various talented teams, we find employees driven by a desire to make a difference and who integrate our values of excellence, integrity and respect. Come and take on challenges within a company with great ambitions and put your passion to work. Come "live Ocean"!

Ocean Group was awarded the HR - Best Practices Award by the Chambre de commerce et d’industrie de Québec at the prestigious Fidéides 2021 evening.

BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTION

Reporting to the Director – Tug Operations, the incumbent will be responsible for ensuring the proper operation of the tug's machinery, including starting and stopping procedures for the main engines and auxiliary generators. The incumbent will work on the West Cost.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Operate all machinery on fleet vessels;
  • Perform preventive maintenance according to procedures and guidelines;
  • Perform repairs and maintenance of the engine room and all equipment on board;
  • Ensure proper operation of equipment on board;
  • Dismantle, repair and reinstall equipment related to main diesel engines, auxiliary diesel engines, hydraulic valves, water pumps and electrical systems onboard the vessel;
  • Ability to read and understand vessel drawings (hull, piping diagrams, machinery and electrical diagrams);
  • Participate in and support the activities of the Health, Safety and Environment Management System.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Canadian 2th Class Marine Engineer's Certificate (Motor);
  • Minimum of three (3) to five (5) years experience at sea as an engineer;
  • Certificate of Proficiency: MED Basic Safety STCW;
  • Valid Marine Medical Certificate;
  • Lifeboat and rescue boat operation skills other than fast rescue boats; and advanced firefighting techniques (certificates of competency required for marine voyages outside the Gulf);
  • Restricted radio operator certificate (an asset);
  • Good knowledge of diesel mechanics;
  • Good knowledge of hydraulic systems;
  • Analytical skills for problem-solving and troubleshooting;
  • Ability to work on a computer in a Microsoft Office environment;
  • Positive leadership;
  • Responsible, autonomous, motivated by teamwork and punctual.

BENEFITS AND WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Permanent job;
  • Full range of fringe benefits;
  • Free employee assistance program available to the whole family;
  • Deferred Profit Sharing Plan (DPSP);
  • Social club.
Posted
04/27/2022
Location
Vancouver, BC, B6B, CA