Just for information, the last time that BCF recruited for a "Marine Electrician" they asked for several things;
- a minimum 5 years experience in a marine environment covering Safety, maintenance, troubleshooting, repairs of marine automation systems including power-generation, distrubution and diesel electric propulsion systems as well as alarm and monitoring, and
- a British Columbia inter-provincial TQ and additional diplomas such as power electronics, industrial automation, and PLC's., and
- progressive work experience with diesel electric and propulsion control systems.
The above works towards getting you short listed for an interview.
They interveiw candidates with a panel made up of someone from human resources, and their head of the electrical department and one of their First Class Engineers.