Offres de
placementMaritime Search and Rescue Coordinator

Quel est le type d'emploi : emploi-divers
Nom de l'employeur : Garde côtière canadienne
Lieu du travail : Quebec (Quebec)
Date limite pour postuler : 19/09/2022

Détails du poste

Nom du responsable:
Dominique Debrosse

Statut et nombre d’heures par semaine:
temps plein

Horaire de travail:
jour

Description des tâches:
Why work with us ? The Maritime Search and Rescue Coordinator position will allow you to: • Use your Transport Canada Watchkeeping Mate (or higher) certificate ; • Spend more time with family and friends. You will work on a rotating shift schedule ; • Take advantage of generous vacation benefits; maternity, paternity, adoption, sick and family-related leave; • Contribute to one of the best retirement plans in Canada, and enjoy excellent health and dental insurance coverage. Description : Are you looking for a career that directly contributes to the safety of our waters? Do you have a certificate as a Watchkeeping Mate or a Watchkeeping Mate, Near Coastal? Join our Emergency Response Team as Search and Rescue Coordinator for the Quebec City region! Don't miss your chance to make a difference in a challenging and rewarding career. Apply now! “Knowing that the Canadian public are safe and home sleeping at night because of the work I do is a very good feeling.” - Aurélie Côté, Search and Rescue Coordinator

Diplôme et qualifications requises:
• A secondary school diploma or employer-approved alternatives. • Hold, or be in the process of obtaining a Watchkeeping Mate Certificate, approved under STCW 95 and issued under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001 Marine Personnel Regulations SOR/2007-115 (or equivalent). - If you hold a Watchkeeping Mate Certificate of competency from a foreign institution or the Royal Canadian Navy, you must consult Transport Canada regulations for equivalency information at the following link: https://tc.canada.ca/en/marine-transportation/marine-safety/questions-frequently-asked-regarding-certification-training • Experience: 12 months experience as a deck officer in charge of the watch. OR 12 months experience as a Marine Rescue Co-ordinator or Assistant Coordinator at a Joint Rescue Coordination Center (JRCC) or Marine Rescue Sub-Center (MRSC). OR 12 months experience as an officer in a Marine Communications and Traffic Services Center (MCTS). OR 12 months of experience in CCG operations, such as Regional Operation center, Environmental Response or Search and Rescue Preparedness. A combination of the experience requirements totalizing 12 months or more could be acceptable. • The current need is bilingual imperative BBC/BBC • Ability to analyze and solve problems. • Ability to work under pressure in an emergency situation. • Ability to communicate effectively in writing. • Ability to communicate effectively orally. • Ability to use various computer tools. • Demonstrating integrity and respect • Thinking things through • Working effectively with others • Showing initiative and being action-oriented ALL JOB APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED USING THE GC JOBS WEBSITE. https://emploisfp-psjobs.cfp-psc.gc.ca/psrs-srfp/applicant/page1800?poster=1735945&toggleLanguage=en APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED BY EMAIL. For questions, please contact Human Resources Quebec at : RH-Dotation-Quebec.XLAU@dfo-mpo.gc.ca

Salaire offert (taux horaire):
$74,763 to $85,004 par an

Date prévue d’entrée en fonction:
18/05/2022

Faites parvenir votre CV à:
dFO.CCGCentralRecruitment-RecrutementCentreGCC.MPO@dfo-mpo.gc.ca