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Position ID: 4763

Job Category: Emergency, Fire and Paramedics Services

Division & Section: Fire Services, Fire Svcs Administrative Services

Work Location: FIRE HALL 334 & EMS STATION 36, 339 Queen's Quay West

Job Type & Duration: Full-time, Permanent

Hourly Rate: $30.64 to $47.14, TAF007, Wage Grade 3801.

Shift Information: Monday to Sunday, 42 hours per week per week

Affiliation: L3888 Firefighters

Qualified List: Qualified List

Number of Positions Open: 1

Posting Period: 06-Feb-2020 to 21-Feb-2020

Major Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Senior Marine Engineer, the successful candidate will be responsible for the operation and maintenance of all mechanical equipment on the Toronto Fire Boats, as well as a range of related duties in support of the safe and efficient operation of the vessels. The Marine Engineer has controlling responsibility for the routine operation and maintenance of the Fire Boat engine room facilities, in compliance with relevant Transport Canada statutes.

As a member of the Mechanical Maintenance Division, the Marine Engineers are also responsible for the repair, testing, maintenance scheduling, record keeping, spare unit inventory and parts inventory, of all firefighting equipment using small gasoline powered engines.

Key Qualifications:

Must possess a valid 3rd Class Canadian Marine Engineers Certificate (Motor).
Must possess a valid STCW-95-C.P.E.
Must provide Transport Canada CDN number with application.
Experience in the operation, routine maintenance and testing of marine diesel engines, steering gears, hydraulic systems, heating systems, generators, and fire pumps.
Experience in the operation, routine maintenance and testing of marine AC/DC systems, marine electronic equipment, and electrical/electronic system testing equipment.
Experience in gas and electric welding and cutting procedures for aluminum, steel, and stainless steel.
Experience in the repair, maintenance, and inspection of shipboard structures and architecture.
Experience in the repair of small gasoline powered equipment.
Must successfully pass a Transport Canada Medical exam.

Qualified List Information:

A list of qualified candidates will be established for the Firefighter Marine Engineer position in the Fire Services Division, Mechanical Section, and will be in effect for twelve (12) months from the date the list is created. Qualified candidates on the list will be considered when filling future permanent vacancies in this position. The position may not be reposted if a candidate from the list is selected within the next twelve (12) months.


Priority will be given to applicants covered by the Local 3888 collective agreement
Applicants are required to demonstrate in their applications/resumes that their qualifications match those specified in the job posting. Additional information submitted after the job posting closing date will not be accepted
For purposes of OMERS pension, this position is a Normal Retirement Age 60 position. If you are currently enrolled in OMERS under the Normal Retirement Age 65 program, your service established under the NRA 60 provisions will be reduced by one quarter unless you establish this credit in the fund by paying into OMERS the additional cost as established by the OMERS board
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