Marine Technician ID: 55755

Deadline Date: 2018/10/25

Location: Various Locations

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 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 metal workers and carry out burning, welding and machining.

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 Thudner Bay
 125 North Algoma St.
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 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Varied
 Marine Technicians attend Naval Fleet School Pacific in Esquimalt, British Columbia. Training takes several months and includes: Basic mechanical, electrical and hull systems theory Basic preventive and corrective maintenance for marine systems The conduct of propulsion and ancillary rounds Equipment flash-up and shut-down procedures, emergency responses to equipment failures Emergency burning and welding equipment and procedures Repair of watertight and non-watertight closures
 Required education The minimum required education to apply for this position is the completion of provincial requirements for Grade 10 or Secondary IV in Quebec, including: Academic Math (Quebec Sec IV, Math 436); or Applied Math (Quebec Sec Math 426) A GED would only be acceptable if applicant also has grade 10 Academic Math or Grade 12 Applied Math. It is an advantage to have completed a physics course at any level.
 The starting salary for fully-trained Marine Technicians is $67,500 per year; however, depending on previous experience and training the starting salary may be higher. Marine Technicians who demonstrate the required ability, dedication and potential are selected for opportunities for career progression, promotion and advanced training. With advanced technical training, they are assigned higher-level technical maintenance responsibilities, including supervisory and managerial duties.
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  No resume required, to apply go to Complete the online application and email Maria Matuszewska. MS/ Matc Matuszewska Recruiter, HMCS GRIFFON Royal Canadian Navy Canadian Armed Forces Tel: 807.343.5200 Ext: 5226 Cel: 807.631.3931

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