Marine Engineering Technologist, Naval, Victoria

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Marine Engineering Technologist, Naval, Victoria

Postby The Dieselduck » Fri Aug 25, 2017 4:23 pm

Marine Engineering Technologist
Job Number:
CAN100334
Closing date:
07-09-17
Location:
Victoria, BC
Job Description

Experience Exciting Projects with a Career at Babcock

Babcock Canada provides critical and complex support to strategically important assets, infrastructure and training programs primarily in the defence and security environments. We are currently engaged in the provision of In-Service Support (ISS) solutions for surface and subsurface marine fleets, including the delivery of comprehensive ISS to Canada’s Victoria Class submarine fleet.

We are a Canadian ISO 9001, 14001 and OHSAS 18001 registered company employing approximately 380 personnel at locations in Halifax, Ottawa, and Victoria. We are trusted to deliver a wide range of services including Program Management, Materiel and Logistic Support, Systems Engineering, Configuration Management and Records Support, Maintenance and Refits, and Information and Knowledge Management.

At Babcock, you’ll experience what it is like to work on and support epic projects:

From managing the deep overhaul of a submarine’s more than 200 complex systems to refitting and upgrading massive, 11,000 tonne arctic icebreakers, to supporting naval and commercial surface vessels. These are just some of the complex projects that Babcock thrives on.

Our parent company, Babcock International Group PLC, is a leading global Engineering Support Services organisation that employs over 34,000 skilled personnel across six continents.

We are currently recruiting for a Marine Engineering Technologist based in Victoria, BC. We will be hiring for one temporary, full-time (37.5 hours/week) position for one year.


Responsibilities

Conduct assigned engineering activities in accordance with the Victoria In- Service Support Contract (VISSC) Performance Statement Of Work (SOW), Extended Docking Work Period (EDWP) tasks and Repair Work Period (RWP) tasks
Liaise with the customer as necessary to ensure that the assigned tasks meet requirements
Initiate and execute deliverables in support of work package changes and progress, the creation and support of deviations and waivers, the processing and sentencing of arising work, the drafting and checking of engineering specifications, and the advising of material requirements in support of production efforts
Provide on-site inspection and oversight capability as part of the Waterfront Marine Systems engineering group including participation in Request For Information (RFIs), witnessing of inspection points, participation in defect investigation and rectification, participation in Test Memorandum progress meetings, and other arising on-site engineering requirements
Investigate and resolve production related technical inquiries
Conduct research into new technologies and methodologies impacting the execution of engineering work associated with the VISSC known and arising work
Develop, support, and direct ad-hoc test procedures and investigation procedures to provide technical forensic support to production and commissioning efforts
Provide thorough technical support to and act as the Marine Systems department primary assignee for specific EDWP Particularized Maintenance and Repair Specifications (PMRS) as delegated
Conduct in-depth analysis, compile technical data and provide engineering knowledge support to emerging projects and company requirements as assigned
Build a high-level of technical expertise, proficiency, and knowledge of subjects relating to the Submarine systems such as, but not limited to, Hydraulic systems, Diesels, High pressure air systems, Periscopes, Refrigeration systems and Air Condition systems
Conduct submarine system level training to co-ops and junior technologists
Conduct other duties as assigned from time to time by the Principal Marine Systems Engineer

Qualifications & Requirements

Must hold a Technologist diploma and qualify for registration as an AScT with the Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of British Columbia
Must have formal training and knowledge in Naval Marine engineering; Submarine systems experience is considered an asset
Experience in shipyards or marine design/engineering organization and naval vessels or submarines is essential
Diesel Inspection qualifications or certifications would be considered an asset
Machinist experience or qualifications would be considered an asset
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office software suite (Excel, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint)
Eligible for a Canadian Secret Security Clearance and Controlled Goods

Application Information

Please submit your cover letter and resume no later than 07 September 2017, by applying online at:

https://www.babcockinternational.com/Ca ... pDateL=All

Your application must clearly demonstrate how you meet the requirements.

We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

If you have a disability which requires an accommodation during any stage of our recruitment process, please let us know how we can assist you.

Babcock Canada is committed to building a skilled, diverse workforce reflective of Canadian society. As a result, it promotes employment equity.

We welcome your interest in joining the Babcock Canada family.

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