Employment Opportunity – Marine Pilot – Saint John, NB Opportunité d’emploi – pilotes- Saint John (N.-B)

The Atlantic Pilotage Authority (APA) provides a valuable and necessary service to the marine community in Atlantic Canada. Our highly skilled marine pilots employed by the APA make a vital contribution to the protection of the environment, to safeguarding the lives of mariners, and to preserving and promoting the economic wellbeing of ports in Atlantic Canada.

Interested in a challenging and rewarding career, that allows you to be a part of the historic tradition of marine pilotage in Atlantic Canada? This is your opportunity.

We are currently seeking experienced mariners to establish our Marine Pilot Eligibility List in the compulsory district of Saint John, NB.

Qualifications

  • Must provide proof of Canadian Citizenship or Canadian Permanent Residence Status;
  • Provide valid copy of Transport Canada Certificate of Competency (Minimum: Master, Near Coastal);
  • Provide valid copy of Transport Canada ROC-MC or GOC;
  • Provide valid copy of Transport Canada Seafarers medical;
  • Must provide copies of proof for qualifying sea time. See qualifying sea time as per APA Regulations – Section 14 Experience at Sea
  • Must provide two written references of which one preferably should be from a superintendent/supervisor.

Participation in Familiarization Program in lieu of local sea time is available to qualifying candidates.

How to apply

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, please forward your resume and required qualification documentation to HR@atlanticpilotage.com . Applicants must provide certification documents before the closing date of September 18th, 2019 at 1600hrs to be considered for the position, no exceptions.

Opportunité d’emploi – pilotes- Saint John (N.-B)

L’Administration de pilotage de l’Atlantique (APA) fournit un service utile et nécessaire à la communauté marine du Canada atlantique. Les pilotes hautement qualifiés de l’APA jouent un rôle essentiel : ils contribuent à la protection de l’environnement et des gens à bord des navires, de même qu’à la conservation et à la promotion du bien-être économique des ports du Canada atlantique.

Intéressé par une carrière stimulante et enrichissante, cela vous permet de faire partie de la tradition historique du pilotage maritime au Canada atlantique? Ceci est votre opportunité.

Nous cherchons actuellement à établir notre liste de pilote maritime admissibilité pour le district obligatoire Saint John (N.-B.)

Exigences

  • Fournir une preuve de citoyenneté canadienne ou de résidence permanente au Canada ;
  • Fournir des copies des certificats canadiens valides approuvés par Transports Canada :
  • Certificat de compétence (compétence minimale : capitaine près des côtes)
  • Certificat restreint d’opérateur-radio (CRO-CM);
  • Examen médical des navigants
  • Doit fournir des copies de la preuve pour la qualification de temps en mer. Remplir les exigences relatives aux états de service en mer admissibles conformément à l’article 14 – Expérience en mer du Règlement de l’APA ;
  • Fournir deux lettres de recommandation, dont une idéalement de la part d’un surintendant ou d’un superviseur.

La participation au programme de familiarisation au lieu du temps de mer local est disponible pour les candidats qualifiés.

Appliquer

Si ce poste passionnant vous intéresse, veuillez faire parvenir votre curriculum vitae, une lettre de présentation précisant la zone pour laquelle vous soumettez votre candidature et les documents appropriés HR@atlanticpilotage.com. Les candidats doivent faire parvenir les certificats avant la date de clôture afin d’être pris en considération pour le poste. La date limite est le 18 septembre 2019 à 16 h HA, sans exception.

 

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