MARINE ENGINEER 2
Job ID: 14083
Job Category: Trades
Division & Section: Parks, Forestry & Recreation, PFR Parks
Work Location: , 9 Queens Quay W
Job Type & Duration: Full-time, 2 Temporary (2 months) vacancies
Hourly Rate: $38.13
Hours & Shift Information: Rotating schedule required to work weekends and Stat Holidays. Hours are 6:30am-3pm, 3:30pm-12am per week
Affiliation: L416 Outside
Number of Positions Open: 2
Posting Period: 19-Jan-2021 to 26-Jan-2021
Operates and maintains diesel engines and related mechanical equipment such as marine hoisting equipment on vessels.
Inspects and effects repairs to all diesel and gasoline powered machinery and equipment.
Advises Marine Engineer 1 when shutdown of engines and equipment is necessary.
Dismantles, cleans, repairs, overhauls, replaces and/or maintains diesel and gasoline powered engines and equipment as assigned.
Inspects and monitors air control systems, hydraulic systems, transmissions, steering gears, etc.
Uses acetylene/welding equipment for minor welding repairs and cutting.
Performs pipe fitting on plumbing systems of all vessels.
Effects minor repairs to vessel electrical/lighting system and public address system.
Operates a variety of tools and equipment.
Performs mechanical maintenance work on marine plant.
May be required to provide work direction and training to other staff.
Performs a variety of skilled work not requiring the services of other licensed trades.
Your application must describe your qualifications as they relate to:
Must possess and be able to maintain a Small Vessel Machinery Operator certificate of a motor driven vessel in accordance with the regulations enforced by Transport Canada.
Proven experience in operation/ maintenance of a marine machinery .
Must possess and be willing to maintain a valid Medical Certificate of Fitness and a Marine First Aid Certificate, Marine Emergency Duties certificate as per Transport Canada Regulations.
Extensive experience in the operation and maintenance of marine engine room equipment, including hoisting equipment.
You must also have:
Ability to provide work direction and training to others.
Ability to deal courteously with public.
Must be familiar with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Marine Occupational Health & Safety Act and other the regulations that apply to this work.
Must be physically capable of performing required duties.
Must be available to work shift/weekend/overtime/on call duty.
Must be able to work under adverse weather conditions, i.e. winter Ferry operations.
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