TC 4th Class needed for West Coast FV

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TC 4th Class needed for West Coast FV

Postby The Dieselduck » Thu May 25, 2017 2:24 pm

Marine Engineer - 4th MS or higher
Osprey Marine Ltd - Vancouver, BC

We are a commercial fishing company based out of Vancouver, BC currently looking for Engineers for our factory freezer trawler the Osprey No. 1
The vessel is 56m and 2024 gross tons A Fourth Class Transport Canada Motor Certificate or higher is required for this position.

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Job Title: Engineer Vessel:
F/V Osprey No 1., 58 m,2024 gross ton freezer stern trawler,built in 1998
Reports To: Captain and Owner Job Summary

The Engineer is responsible for maintenance, operation, and repair of all vessel electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and freezing systems onboard the F/V Osprey No.1.
The Chief is assisted by a second engineer. (Usually with a class 4 certification)

Essential Duties
To perform this job successfully, the applicant must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

Repair and Maintenance:
To maintain the ship in a state of readiness at all times Oversee and maintain all systems including engineering, electrical, hydraulic, and freezing. Follow system specified recommended maintenance programs. Participate in dockside repairs and maintenance including yearly shipyard work.

Supervisory:
Chief: Direct supervision of second engineer

Train any new or assistant enginee
Second: report to and work with the Chief Engineer

Administrative:
Keep vessel maintenance records and inventories.
Maintain up to date logs for all equipment.
Report repair and maintenance issues to Captain and Owner Make requisition for required parts, supplies, etc., as needed and forward to office staff

Safety and Security
Required to follow company safety and pollution prevention policies and procedures
Conduct periodic inspections of antipollution systems, i.e. oily water separators, air filters, etc.
Prepare the vessel for all Lloyds/ Transport Canada inspections
Be familiar with the ISM Code and its requirements
Be familiar with all duties under the

Emergency Response Activities Qualifications
An applicant must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

Minimum certification required
Must have at lease a Fourth Class Transport Canada Motor Certificate
Must pass the Seafarers Medical Exam
Commercial Fishing Licence ($60 purchased from DFO)

Drug Testing:
The successful applicant will be presented with a contract giving permission for random drug testing.
An applicant must also have strong knowledge of support systems, such as oily water separators, lube oil separators, fuel centrifuges, shaft generators, variable pitch propeller systems, air compressors, pumps, hydraulics, water makers, plumbing, (both water and fuel), refrigeration, heating and air conditioning.

Communication Skills
Must be able to read, analyse and interpret systems manuals, technical bulletins, inspection reports and government regulations.
Must be able to communicate effectively with Captain, crew and Owner.

Work Schedule
At sea:
The Chief Engineer and second can determine if they work a 12 on 12 off, or a 6 on 6 off rotation.
A trip lasts anywhere from 11-24 days, average 14.
The fishing crew work 2 trips on 1 trip off.
This trip schedule can be negotiated.

Remuneration
To be discusses with properly qualified applicants

Accommodations
The Engineer has his own stateroom on the officer deck, comprising of a large seating area, bedroom and private bathroom with shower.
There is a laundry on the officer's deck.
Hot meals are prepared three times daily.
A cold meal is set out at 11 pm.

Vessel Particulars
The Osprey No. 1 catches fish that are head and gutted and frozen on board.
The fishing and factory operations work 24 hour days.
There are 28 crew onboard.
The Osprey only fishes in Canadian waters off of the West Coast of British Columbia.

Main Engine MAN B&W 12V28/32A 2940 Kw,775 RPM
Auxillary Engines (2) Wartsila UD23 V12 S5D 800 KW, 1800 RPM
Shaft Generator Leroy Somer LSA 52 1500Kw 1200 RPM
Generators (2) Leroy Somer LSA M 492 M7 440 V 1083 A 660 kW
Refrigeration Compressors (3) SAB 128 HF 25 bar 2950 RPM
Starting Air Compressors HL2/90 38m3/h 30 bar

Disclaimer Please be advised that this job description is intended to give a brief overview of the offered position. It is not an exhaustive list of the duties and responsibilities inherent in this position, or of the skills and abilities required to successfully perform this job.

Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $0.00 /year
Required language:
English
Required license or certification:
TC 4th Class Power Engineer or higher

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