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CURRENT POSITIONS


Captain 500 Master

Posted 2020-02-11 10:55:56

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Key Responsibilities:

  • Reports to the Vessel Owner
  • Responsible for the safe, efficient and economical operation of the vessel as well as safety of the crew
  • Communicate expectations, assignments and responsibilities to Deck Crew
  • Supervision and training of Deck crew
  • Implement and ensure adherence to all Statutory and legislative rules and regulations
  • Ensure all Deck personnel and new hires are familiar with Company policies and procedures and have access to the appropriate manuals and documents
  • Ensure that HRD policies and Health and Safety programs are communicated to, understood and adhered to by all Crew members
  • Motivate Deck Crew and monitor performance 
  • Responsible for the safe transportation of the ship’s cargo 
  • Responsible for preparation and/or submission of logbooks, daily records, maintenance records and permits in accordance with Company and regulatory requirements
  • Responsible for the investigation of any incidents or near misses and the implementation of any corrective action

Qualifications:

  • Marine Emergency Duties (MED’s) STCW Basic Safety and Survival Craft Certifications 
  • Valid Transport Canada Marine Medical
  • GLPA Pilotage an asset
  • Experienced with Safety Management Systems (ISO & ISM), an asset
  • Proven ability to lead teams with strong communication and leadership skills
  • Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
  • Previous tug boat experience required

Salary:

  • $700-800 per day including all payroll burdens (with appropriate tug experience)

Work Schedule

  • Sunday AM to Thursday PM


Chief Mate

Posted 2020-02-11 10:57:50

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Key Responsibilities:

  • Reports to the Captain
  • Responsible for the safe and efficient operation, supervision and training of the deck crew
  • Responsible for the safe keeping of a navigational watch
  • Second in command of the vessel and officer in charge when the Captain is absent
  • Ensure that the deck crew is adequately manned and equipped in accordance with company standards and policies
  • Communicate expectations, assignments and responsibilities to Deck Crew 
  • Implement and ensure adherence to all Statutory and legislative rules and regulations
  • Ensure all Deck personnel and new hires are familiar with Company policies and procedures and have access to the appropriate manuals and documents
  • Ensure that HRD policies and Health and Safety programs are communicated to, understood and adhered to by all Crew members
  • Determine the ship’s speed and location using navigational aids
  • Responsible for the safe transportation of the ship and tug cargo
  • Responsible for preparation and/or submission of logbooks, daily records, maintenance records and permits in accordance with Company and regulatory requirements
  • Responsible for the investigation of any incidents or near misses and the implementation of any corrective action
  • The maintenance and upkeep of the hull, decks, superstructures, and towing gear
  • Ensuring that lifesaving and firefighting equipment is properly inspected and maintained
  • GMDSS responsibilities 

Qualifications:

  • Chief Mate Near Coastal Certificate issued by Transport Canada
  • Marine Emergency Duties (MED’s) STCW Basic Safety and Survival Craft Certifications
  • Transport Canada Marine Medical
  • 2-5 years’ experience as a Chief Mate in the Great Lakes and Eastern Canada
  • GLPA Pilotage an asset
  • Experienced with Safety Management Systems (ISO & ISM)
  • Experienced leader and motivator of direct reports
  • Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
  • Self-starter, analytical and problem-solving capabilities

Salary:

  • $650-750 per day including all payroll burdens (with appropriate tug experience and 150 Ton/Near Coastal license)

Work Schedule

  • Sunday AM to Thursday PM

Deck Hand

Posted 2020-02-11 11:10:58

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Key Responsibilities:

  • Support ship-assist, line handling and cargo loading/unloading
  • Perform fire and security rounds and maintain gangway watch while in port
  • General upkeep and maintenance duties including painting, cleaning and planned maintenance work
  • Other duties as assigned by the Captain 

Qualifications:

  • Previous tug boat experience an asset
  • Marine Emergency Duties (MED A1)
  • Transport Canada Marine Medical
  • Strong communication and proven teamwork skills 

Salary:

  • $300-400 per day including all payroll burdens (with appropriate tug experience and MED 1 and Firefighting License)

Work Schedule

  • Sunday AM to Thursday PM

Cook

Posted 2020-02-11 11:11:59

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Key Responsibilities:

  • Plan and prepare regular meals at the designated times
  • Ensure cleanliness and a high standard of food safety and sanitation throughout the galley, storeroom and freezers 
  • Responsible for ordering catering supplies within budget
  • Supervise the handling of stores received while ensuring a satisfactory standard is supplied
  • Liaison with the Chief Officer in regard to the proper disposal of waste as per international regulations
  • Adhere to all company health and safety policies and work procedures
  • Other duties assigned 

Qualifications:

  • Ship's Cook certificate issued by Transport Canada
  • Valid Marine Medical and Marine Emergency Duties – Basic Safety Training
  • Sound knowledge of food handling and preparation
  • Experience managing a budget and/or inventory and menu planning
  • Strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
  • Self-starter, analytical and problem-solving capabilities
  • Team player

Salary:

  • $300-400 per day including all payroll burdens (with appropriate marine experience)

Work Schedule

  • Sunday AM to Thursday PM