TC 3rd/2nd for Seaspan in BC

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TC 3rd/2nd for Seaspan in BC

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2nd Class Engineer
Seaspan Marine
Vancouver, BC
2nd Class Engineer

The Chief Engineer is responsible for the operation, maintenance, preservation, and readiness of the vessel’s machinery and equipment including; fueling, pollution control, liquid loading, logs, reporting and record keeping, procurement and inventory control of the respective vessel.

Priority hiring for HaiSea Marine

Relief, 1-week and 2-week rotations available

Duties and Accountabilities

The Chief Engineer is in charge of the engineering watch.
Performs troubleshooting and repairs of all machinery and equipment related breakdown.
Responsible for maintaining the propulsion, auxiliary and safety equipment in accordance with the planned maintenance system.
Coordinates the work of external contractors when repairs are being facilitated onboard.
Liaises with Port Engineering Team and Engineering Superintendent to facilitate repairs, contract visits, etc.
Provides thorough analysis of breakdowns and faults to Shore Engineering Team to facilitate quicker vessel recovery.
Conducts Deck Level Hazard Assessments (DLHA), along with the crew, to assess a specific work task prior to starting the work to determine if hazards are present.
Acts as a person in charge of all machinery spaces during incidents and onboard emergencies.
Works with the Superintendent on dry dock activities and facilitates vessel surveys/inspections.
Follows safe work practices and company’s Health, Safety, Wellness, Environmental and Quality Policies in line with the company’s core values.
Ensures that all new Engineering Department officers and crews are familiar with relevant procedures.
Mentors and trains junior engineers on maintenance procedures.
Ensures efficient operation and maintenance of all plant and equipment associated with safety and anti-pollution as defined by statutory regulations and company procedures.
Complies with all company policies and SOPs and ensures that all officers and crew understand and follow all policies, procedures, orders and instructions.
Maintains records of all routine and unscheduled maintenance as per requirements.
Maintains standby plant and systems in a complete state of readiness to meet any emergency requirement.
Tests standby systems on a regular basis and as per company procedures.
Responsible for safety of personnel in engine room. Notifies the Master of any defects that may affect vessel safety or put the marine environment at risk.
Assigns engineering officers or ratings specific roles with respect to Engineering Department responsibilities.
Assists in investigating all accidents and completes the necessary documentation for all lost-time accidents, medical aid and serious near-misses. Takes the corrective actions necessary to prevent future similar incidents.
Performs vessel maintenance system and engine room inspections.
Ensures that the Oil Record Book and Engine Logbook are accurate and up to date.
Reports and responds to all incidents.
Performs additional duties as assigned.

Qualification Requirements

Valid 1st, 2nd or working towards 3rd class Transport Canada Marine Motor engineering certificate and associated endorsements, MEDs, Marine Basic First Aid and Transport Canada Marine medical are required.
Minimum 5 years of experience as engineering officer onboard of a similar vessel, including experience in charge of engineering duties on a vessel, including experience as a Chief Engineer.

Skills, Knowledge and Required Competencies

Understanding of operation and use of all emergency equipment on board the vessel with emphasis being placed on location and use of fire fighting, live saving equipment, man overboard equipment, and safety apparatus.
Proficient on all vessel operational systems.
Knowledge of applicable Transport Canada and Classification Societies requirements.
Knowledge of marine terminologies and machinery parts.
Understanding of responsibilities under the CLC Part II and MOHS Regulations.
Understanding of all emergency equipment and all emergency duties.
Understanding of hazards associated with day-to-day activities.
Proficient with English language (verbal and written).
Team player and a creative problem solver.
Basic computer skills in MS Office.
Ability to maintain, monitor and repair marine diesel engines, hydraulic and electrical systems on the vessel.
Ability to work with a variety of individuals in various departments.
Organizational, time management and multi-tasking skills. Ability to work on their own while standing the engineering watch and coordinating the engineering responsibilities of a vessel.
Accuracy and a keen attention to detail.
A bility to work in tight spaces and with heavy pieces of equipment.

Seaspan is committed to Employment Equity, supports diversity in the workplace, and encourages applications from all qualified individuals including, women, members of visible minorities, Indigenous persons, and persons with disabilities. Furthermore, we are committed to providing an inclusive and accessible environment. If you require reasonable accommodation during the recruitment process, please let us know, and we will work with you to support your request. ... 00&from=ja
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