McAsphalt Marine Transportation Limited
The Third Engineer assists the Second and Chief Engineer in ensuring the uninterrupted operation of shipboard machinery and systems. The Third Engineer will play a supporting role in developing preventative maintenance plans and procedures with the Second and Chief Engineer.
The Third Engineer reports to the Chief Engineer.
All crew members must comply with all regulations set out by the Canada Labour Code. Canada Shipping Act, Corporate Policy, Company Safety Policy, Transport Canada regulations including Marine Personnel Regulations and any other applicable legislation. All crew members will be required to cross the border to the United States to deliver and pick up loads. Exercising a high degree of professionalism with all third party inspectors or customers is mandatory for all shipboard personnel.
The Third Engineers’ duties include, but are not limited to:
Occasionally ordering purchases through SINEX of engineering items and doing so cost effectively.
Assisting and complying with company and regulatory safety policies.
Assisting in the development of preventative maintenance initiatives in a cost-effective, efficient and timely manor.
Monitoring bunkers and lubricants.
Must possess good communication skills.
Required Education, Skills and Qualifications
The Third Engineer must hold the following minimum qualifications (subject to variance in the vessel’s safe manning documents):
Fourth-Class engineering license (Motor, STCW III/1)
MED with respect to STCW basic safety; MED training with respect to proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats; MED in advanced firefighting; MED for senior officers; Marine Advanced First Aid; Ship management practices taught using a propulsive plant simulator (level 1).
Marine Advanced First Aid.
Ship Personnel with Designated Security Duties.
A valid Passport and Marine Medical.
The Company may require the Third Engineers to take additional training courses in the following areas (at company expense):
Occupational Health and Safety.
Oil Spill Response.
Accident/Hazard Investigation training.
Hazard Prevention Program.
Engine Room Resource Management.
Miscellaneous training aimed at improving an employee’s performance. ex. Oxy-Acetylene & Arc welding basics, basic electrical skills and basic machining skills.
Oil and Chemical Tanker Familiarization.
Supervision of an Oil Transfer Operation Certificate of Proficiency (SOTO).
McAsphalt Marine Transportation Limited (MMTL) owns a fleet of two integrated tug and barge units: the Everlast and Norman McLeod, and the John J. Carrick and Leo A. McArthur.
MMTL is committed to providing customers with the best, most efficient black-oil transportation available on the Great Lakes and eastern seaboard. The OPA 90–compliant, Lloyd’s Registered, double-hulled barges and dedicated tugs are equipped with sophisticated navigation-guidance equipment and are fully integrated with units through the use of an articouple linkage system.
MMTL is presently accepting applications on an ongoing basis for all licensed crew positions. Interviews will be scheduled based on availability. Any individuals meeting the minimum requirements for this role is encouraged to apply!
As an additional bonus, anyone hired between July 1st and August 31st will be entitled to a one-time $5000.00 hiring bonus! Details will be discussed with any successful candidates identified for the role.
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
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