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Deck officers, water transport, operate ships or self-propelled vessels to transport passengers and cargo on oceans and coastal and inland waters, and supervise and co-ordinate the activities of deck crews. This unit group also includes Canadian Coast Guard deck officers. They are employed by marine transportation companies and federal government departments including the armed forces.
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- Command and operate ships or other self-propelled vessels, such as barges or oil rigs, to transport passengers and cargo
- Command and operate coast guard vessels to provide ice breaking and search and rescue services and to maintain control over ships operating in Canadian waters
- Board vessels at berth or from pilot boat to advise ships' captains on the course to steer for safe passage into and out of port, seaway or other waterway under pilotage authority
- Plan and execute safe navigational passage using navigational aids
- Determine geographical position using navigational instruments, maps and charts
- Guide vessels in rivers, canals, and other confined or hazardous waters and waterways
- Maintain vessel's navigational instruments and equipment
- Direct and oversee loading and unloading of cargo
- Supervise and co-ordinate activities of deck crews
- Record vessel's progress, crew's activities, weather and sea conditions on ship's log.
Jobs for Deck Officers, Water Transport in Montréal Region
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Job Opportunities as a Marine Engineering Mechanic in the Canadian Forces
The Canadian Forces is currently recruiting for the occupation of Marine Engineering Mechanic. Marine Engineering Mechanics (MAR ENG MECH) operate and monitor the operation of a ship's mechanical equipment. These mechanical systems are diverse and complex; the technical aspect of this job is challenging. Under supervision, they will inspect, test, maintain, repair, modify and install equipment associated with the trade.
To learn more about the requirements for this occupation and the application process, visit FORCES.CA.
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