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Knowledge and Proficiency

  • Written and spoken french

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Centre recrutement des forces armées canadiennes

Marine Technician

Centre recrutement des forces armées canadiennes Val-d'Or, Quebec

Construction/Trades/Oil & Gas
Posted 25 day(s) ago | Still Open
Permanent As soon as possible

DESCRIPTION

Marine Technicians operate and maintain highly technical propulsion, mechanical and power generation systems, enabling Royal Canadian Navy warships to float, move and fight.
The primary responsibilities of Marine Technicians are to operate all marine systems engineering equipment onboard ship, troubleshoot failures, advise command on limitations and repair as required to restore system function. They execute and track maintenance schedules to keep the ship’s engineering equipment in prime condition. They respond to emergencies as the onboard experts in firefighting and damage control, including helicopter crash rescue. They are the ship’s metal workers and carry out burning, welding and machining.

Command relies on the Marine Technician’s in-depth knowledge of the following systems:
• Propulsion gas turbine and diesel engines and associated systems, including gearing and shafting
• Generators and power distribution systems, including casualty power
• Hydraulic equipment and systems
• Electronic machinery control systems
• Fitted and portable damage control and firefighting equipment
• Refrigeration, air conditioning and ventilation equipment
• Fuel and other liquid management systems

Marine Technicians spend much of their career on board ships based in either Halifax, Nova Scotia or Esquimalt, British Columbia. They experience the unique adventures and challenges that come with work at sea, such as working in limited light conditions and small spaces. There may be occasions when they work on open deck surfaces in a variety of weather conditions repairing or maintaining equipment. While at sea, all members of the ship's company stand watch in shifts. When the ship is alongside, Marine Technicians usually work a regular day-shift schedule.
In addition to their primary duties, junior Marine Technicians may spend time working outside their occupation performing general duties such as cleaning, painting, working in the cafeteria or loading supplies.

Generally, the number of hours of work per week is 40 hours. However, military members can be called to work on atypical schedules according to the operational needs. This job also exists on a part-time basis with the Reserve Force, usually evenings and weekends.

For more details about the job: http://bit.ly/FAC00379E

You can apply for this position if you meet at least these conditions:
To have completed at least 24 secondary school units (Secondary 4 and / or 5); OR Have completed a diplôme d’études professionnelles (DEP); OR Have obtained a certificate of equivalence at the secondary level (AENS-TENS); OR Have acquired General Educational Development (GED)
To have completed at least Math 426 (TS4 or SN4)

Salary : 35 800$ to 98 300$ per year*

* The minimum wage mentioned above is the first year of service. The military member will earn a base salary of approximately $ 60,200 after approximately four years of service. The salary increases according to the rank and experience of the member according to the rates of pay applicable on April 1st, 2017. To know more about the rates of pay: http://bit.ly/payratesE

No civilian jobs are exactly equivalent to this military profession. These professions are mentioned here to give an example of the type of work required.

· Arc/Acetylene Welder
· Construction Millwright and Industrial Mechanic
· Electrician
· Equipment Mechanic
· Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanic
· Hydro Power Station Operator
· Marine Electrical Technician
· Marine Engineer
· Marine Equipment Electrician
· Millwright
· Plumber
· Sheet Metal Worker
· Stationary Engineer and Auxiliary Equipment Operator


Why you should choose the Canadian Armed Forces?

We are actively looking for motivated and talented members just like you! Members of the Canadian Armed Forces work to protect Canada and defend its sovereignty. They contribute to peace and international security, and work with the United States to defend North America. They are always ready to respond to threats, natural disasters or humanitarian crises in Canada or around the world.

Experience unique adventures, stimulating challenges, rewarding friendships, and the opportunity to see and shape the world while serving your country. The different career options offered by the Canadian Armed Forces give you access to exceptional jobs where you can excel, no matter how far you go in your career path!

O U R M A I N
S P H E R E S O F E X P E R T I S E :

• Administration and logistics
• Technology sensors
• Electricity
• Electronics
• Air or sea navigation
• Data processing
• Materials and structures
• Mechanical
• Combat trades
• Protection of the public
• Health care
• Telecommunications

A D V A N T A G E S

• Over 100 thrilling crafts - http://bit.ly/CAFJobs
• Full or part time
• Post-secondary education and
• Subsidized and paid training
• Very competitive salaries
• Training and continuous advancement
• 10
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0% free medical and dental care
• One of the best retirement plans
• 20-25 days of paid leave from the first year
• Work-family balance
• Free services to the family
• Sports and fitness on work hours
• Respect and appreciation of human diversity
• Free learning of a second language
• Definitely the best team to join!

For more information about our advantages: http://bit.ly/benefitsE

Requirements

  • Essential - To be aged between 16 and 56 years old
  • Essential - To be a Canadian citizen

Knowledge and abilities

  • Asset - Written and spoken french
 

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