Sunday , February 5 2023

Fisheries and Wildlife Jobs – Project Technologist Opportunities

Website Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Job Description:

As junior or intermediate project technologists, you will be responsible to develop technical statements of work for installation of new equipment or ship systems design; to propose new changes to existing ship structure and system in accordance with Canadian and international regulations to meet CCG operational requirements; to manage and update vessels drawings and technical documentation using various CAD software from information gathered from stakeholders and vessel visits to capture as fitted changes; to create refit test and inspection plans; to contribute to developing new business rules, technical standards and best practices across the CCG community and to provide technical solutions to complex projects during vessel refit and dry docking.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrating Integrity and Respect;
  • Working Effectively with Others;
  • Ability to gather and interpret information from technical drawings commonly used in the marine industry.
  • Thinking Things Through.
  • Showing Initiative and Being Action-Oriented;
  • Ability to communicate effectively (both oral and written communication will be assessed).
  • Ability to use Word Processing (e.g. Microsoft Word) and Drawing Software Program such as TIFF, PDF or AutoCAD.

Job Requirements:

  • Health Canada Pre-Placement Medical/Periodic Medical.
  • Requirement to conduct site visits to vessels, shipyards, and other industrial sites, involving walking over rough terrain and/or climbing stairs, ladders, scaffolding, or other structures, maintaining balance on a moving vessel, and bending in awkward positions and working in confined spaces.
  • Requirement to, occasionally, travel on short notice using various means of transportation such as ships, planes, and helicopters.
  • Requirement to, occasionally, work extended hours or overtime to meet operational requirements.
  • All employees of the core public administration are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and attest to their vaccination status unless accommodated based on a medical contraindication, religion, or another prohibited ground for discrimination as defined under the Canadian Human Rights Act.
  • Requirement to wear and maintain CSA approved safety footwear and maintain job-related personal safety equipment.

Qualification & Experience:

  • Experience leading or supervising staff including assignment of work and managing, monitoring, addressing and assessing performance.
  • Experience providing technical expertise and advice for the assessment of vessel construction projects, vessel refits or vessel work periods.
  • Experience in analyzing ship stability, including the relative positions of CoB, CoG, Metacentre in various conditions.
  • Experience in producing ship or vessel structural drawings.
  • Experience in producing drawings for mechanical systems, including block diagrams and, schematics.
  • Experience with hand calculations for simple structural analyses (bending moments, UDL’s, point loads etc.) to analyze local stress and be able to calculate shear area of ship sections.
  • Experience with GHS software or equivalent for intact and damage analysis stability analyses.
  • Experience in producing drawings for electrical systems, including block diagrams and, schematics.

Job Details:

Company: Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Vacancy Type:  Full Time

Job Location: Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, CA

Application Deadline: N/A

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