BC Ferries

  • Chief Engineer, Intermediate

    Posted Date 5 days ago(12/5/2018 7:17 PM)
    Number of Positions
    1
    Location City
    North Vancouver
    Job Type
    Full Time
    Job Category
    Operations
    Closing Date
    12/21/2018
  • Job Description

    With 47 ports of call, 35 vessels, and more than 500 sailings every day, BC Ferries is the largest independently-owned ferry company in the world. Dedicated to safety, excellence, innovation, and people, we are committed to continuously improving the west coast travel experience of our customers.

     

     

    Shipboard Management Position

    Chief Engineer, Intermediate

    Horseshoe Bay

     

    We are currently seeking applications from individuals interested in being considered for the Shipboard Management position of Chief Engineer, Intermediate at Horseshoe Bay.

     

    The successful applicant is a passionate, innovative engineer who brings the technical, interpersonal and leadership skills as well as the experience required for safe and efficient management and operation of the ship’s machinery and equipment. You will be committed to the Company’s vision and values including safety, exceeding customer expectations and performance efficiency. Your experience will include proficiency with relevant operating systems and a demonstrated knowledge in safe work practices, leadership & development of employees and an understanding of financial and budget processes.

     

    Interested employees holding a Transport Canada Second Class Motor certification or higher may be considered for this opportunity based on meeting the qualifications, experience and suitability requirements determined by the Company.

     

    Please apply by December 21, 2018.

     

     

    We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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