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An exciting and engaging career awaits you at Davie!

Davie understands the importance of teamwork and that is why we place our employees first. We guarantee you an exciting career with unique challenges as we grow and continue to achieve high performance through creativity and the support of our team.

We offer our employees a collaborative way working with management through working together

We are always looking for qualified and energetic people to join our team. For more information on current openings at Davie please scroll down.

We believe that we will be successful and will position ourselves to be at the forefront of worldwide maritime construction with the right team and we are waiting for you!

Contact us today : careers@davie.ca

 

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Payroll Coordinator

Job Description:

 

In order to carry out his/her duties, the holder of this position is responsible for the weekly production of payroll in accordance with the rules, policies and collective agreements of Chantier Davie Canada Inc. The holder of this position processes payroll by ensuring that the data is collected, entered, processed, reconciled and verified in accordance with the requirements of the various groups and the payroll system.

Responsibilities for this role include but are not limited to the following:

Daily Tasks

  • Coordinate all payroll related activities as per the submitted documents, ensuring compliance with established procedures and policies.
  • Contact the payroll provider as required for any questions, modifications, additions, configurations and errors related to payroll processing.
  • Monitor the documents associated with payroll production, verify their accuracy and take the necessary actions to correct anomalies accuratelyand thoroughly within the required timeframe.
  • Meet weekly and annual deadlines.
  • Collaborate with the accounting department on payroll matters and balance the payroll for accounting purposes if necessary.
  • Work closely with departmental staff by assisting them and ensuring compliance with payroll, manpower costs, accounting expenses, insurance premiums andpension fund information as instructed.
  • Perform analyses and produce reports for the various parties on a punctual basis.
  • Ensure the follow-up of time and vacation banks, ensure their accuracy and rigor.
  • Make the necessary adjustments and feedback and follow up with employees.
  • Create and maintain up-to-date procedures related to payroll and peripheral systems.
  • Ensure that the rules and regulations governing payroll are applied in accordance with the rules of the various levels of government.
  • Complete and respond to all correspondence, surveysor requests from all levels of government in all departments.
  • Support users of the electronic punch in theirdaily use of the software by communicating the correct way to use it.
  • Collect data daily and analyze its content to validate compliance.
  • Intervene for any ambiguity or questioning in the operation and application of the rules defined in the software.
  • Ensure that accuracy of the data in accordance with the peripheries that supply data to the electronic punch.
  • Close the payroll cycle by ensuring that all parties have completedtheir data entry.
  • Perform all other related tasks at the request of his/her supervisor.

Required Skills & Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • DEC in accounting of finance and 3 to 5 years of relevant experience in a unionized environment or the equivalent;
  • Excellent knowledge of computerized payroll;
  • Experience with the Kronos system.
  • Experience in payroll processing (very high volume);
  • Good written and verbal communication skills;
  • Demonstrate precision, rigor and discretion;
  • Good computer skills, including Microsoft Office;
  • Customer service approach and good active listening skills;
  • Ability to work as a team, to meet tight deadlines and attention to detail;
  • Good stress management skills;
  • Keep abreast of federal and provincial budget readings affecting payroll processing;
  • Excellent priority management, in organization, time management, planning and follow-up;
  • Be recognized for its autonomy and methodology;
  • Fluency in English would be an asset;
  • Ability to work with clients and/or other groups/departments.
  • Successfully complete the investigationand security clearance process required by the Federal Government Contract Security Program.
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Crane Operator

Job Description:

 

The holder of this position operates and moves cranes, gantry cranes and bridge cranes. In addition, he/she:

  • Starts, operates and moves cranes, telescopic mast lifts and bridge cranes.
  • Regularly inspects the equipment he/she operates to ensure it complies with standards, fills in the logbook and records any problems identified.
  • Ensures that the load is fixed and does not exceed the weight limit.
  • Interprets lifting capacity tables
  • Ensures that the mobile crane is level and that the stabilizers are properly positioned before operating.
  • Moves loads using the safest route.
  • Complies with the standards and regulations that govern the operation of cranes.
  • Lubricates the tools used, as needed, according to the specifications and instructions received.
  • Uses all necessary tools to accomplish his/her work.
  • Complies, according to the Company’s quality standards, with the requirements prescribed in the procedures for performing his/her work and reports to his foreman anything that does not comply with the standards.
  • Performs any other related tasks at the request of his/her supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS

 

Hold a DVS in crane operation (MANDATORY)
Hold a Journeyman Skills Certificate (an asset)
Relevant experience on all types of equipment, including:

  • Gantry cranes
  • Mobile, conventional and hydraulic cranes
  • Crane bridges
  • Tower cranes

Knowledge of lifting charters.
Good vision and physical condition
Good stress resistance.
Exercise judgment.
Be available to work day and evening

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Document Control Clerk

Job Description:

 

  • Receives and sorts all documents (plans, drawings, memos, volumes, reference catalogues, specifications, quotations and others).
  • Briefly analyzes the content of the documents received in order to assign them a code corresponding to the nomenclature already established to allow systematic classification.
  • Records information for each of the documents (sender, recipient, sending and receiving dates, summary description, coding, etc.) using a computerized system.
  • Forwards the coded documents to the recipients and ensures that copies are taken for filing and distribution in accordance with established procedures.
  • Makes changes to copies of classified documents when changes (deletions, additions and amendments) are made to the original document and distributes the amended copies to the recipients.
  • Controls the use of documents by applying security procedures and policies relating to borrowing, copying, storage, etc. and maintains a register by recording relevant information.
  • Verifies documents sent and received from subcontractors, suppliers or others to ensure that security procedures for the distribution of information are followed and maintains a record.
  • Go to project offices and onboard ships for document control and delivery.
  • Perform all other related tasks at the request of his/her supervisor.

Required Skills & Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • Secondary school diploma or equivalent.
  • Experience in a similar position.
  • Be bilingual.
  • Knowledge of the Office suite and HPRM software
  • Experience with different computer software.
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MAINTENANCE MECHANIC

Job Description:

 

The incumbent will be responsible for the maintenance, repair and installation of machinery, equipment and tools, as well as their components. The main tasks will include:

  • Read and interpret work related plans, job cards, sketches, diagrams and specifications.
  • Draft sketches when necessary;
  • Use parts manuals to identify and list the parts required for the job, use technical maintenance manuals as reference documents;
  • Maintain and repair internal and external components and mechanical components (including cables) of bridge cranes, gantry cranes, tower cranes, pillar jib cranes, monorails and all other portable and non-portable lifting equipment;
  • Install, maintain and repair, with the assistance of the maintenance welder if necessary, the tracks of elevating devices, machinery and equipment, their external and internal components, as well as hydraulic and pneumatic systems;
  • Install, maintain and repair stationary compressors, related external and internal components, sandblasters and suction and recovery systems, including related components;
  • Lubricate moving parts, friction surfaces of components and/or parts of machinery and/or equipment with the indicated lubricant and fill oilers and grease buckets of machinery and equipment according to indications and instructions;
  • Empty, fill and replace oil in machinery and/or equipment tanks;
  • Heat, tack weld or cut parts of machinery and/or equipment using appropriate methods and equipment;
  • Inspect, adjust, maintain and repair air supply and exhaust systems and related controls;
  • Maintain, repair and inspect doors equipped with an electrical and/or mechanical mechanism, including steel cable changes, rail replacement and door bearings.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Diploma of college studies (DCS) in industrial maintenance 
  • Diploma of vocational studies (DVS) in industrial mechanics and maintenance
  • Diploma of vocational studies (DVS) in electromechanics
  • Journeyman Skills Certificate (an asset)
  • Have 3 to 5 years of experience in an industrial or manufacturing environment
  • Be available to work day and/or evening.
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STEEL PLATER

Job Description:

 

The incumbent draws the reference points on the metal profile plates, cuts the metal, shapes it and assembles it. He makes the final adjustment of components to make them watertight. In addition, he:

  • Reads and interprets work related plans, job cards, sketches, diagrams and specifications;
  • Traces the metal using measuring instruments to guide cutting, shaping and assembling work;
  • Draws reference points and position lines, which he materializes if necessary, on the hull, decks, bulkheads, etc.; to mark the location of machines and rigging;
  • Operates and ensures the smooth operation of burning machines;
  • Cuts metal parts with a flame cutter torch, plasma or others;
  • Installs gaskets for watertight doors and hatches;
  • Checks the tightness of structural tanks by performing water, air or vacuum tests;
  • Creates and uses patterns and templates to facilitate the tracing, cutting and shaping parts;
  • Operates and supplies the profiling machines, casting machines (IMG);
  • Installs, assembles, adjusts and fixes all associated parts, components or accessories of the structure;
  • Based on drawings or any other useful specifications, assembles or reassembles metal components;
  • Levels, aligns, assembles and constructs the different sections or blocks of ships;
  • Applies heat (Tempo Terac 116 or other methods) or mechanical methods to straighten parts to be assembled or already assembled;
  • Complies, according to the company’s quality standards, with the requirements prescribed in the procedures for performing his work and reports to his foreman anything that does not comply with the standards.

REQUIREMENTS

Hold one of the following diplomas:

  • Diploma of college studies (DCS) Naval architecture
  • Diploma of vocational studies (DVS)General welding
  • Attestation of Vocational Specialization (ASP)welding-assembling
  • Diploma of vocational studies (DVS)in assembling-welding

NOTE: The masculine gender is used in this document for the sole purpose of brevity.

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANIC

Job Description:

 

The incumbent maintains and repairs mobile equipment. In addition, he or she:

  • Reads and interprets work related plans, job cards, sketches, diagrams and specifications;
  • Drafts sketches when necessary;
  • Uses technical maintenance manuals as reference documents;
  • Operates, moves or activates mobile equipment for maintenance, repair or verification purposes;
  • Maintains, repairs and upgrades combustion engines and electric or hydraulic engines;
  • Repairs and maintains lubrication and cooling systems, intake air and exhaust gas treatment components, various power transmission methods such as clutches, power take-offs, reducers, inverters and others, power distributors and differentials, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic controlled systems;
  • Checks, repairs and maintains static and dynamic components of mobile equipment chassis, including minor body and interior work and performs paint touch-ups;
  • Maintains, adjusts, repairs and checks mobile cranes, truck section and crane section, including boom and its components, as well as cable changes and compressors equipped with combustion engines;
  • Heats, welds or cuts non-structural parts of mobile equipment using appropriate methods and/or equipment;
  • Performs work in accordance with applicable standards and procedures;
  • Performs all other related tasks at the request of his/her supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS

 

Hold one of the following diplomas:

  • Diploma of vocational studies (DEP) in mechanical of heavy machinery
  • Diploma of vocational studies (DEP) in car mechanics
  • Diploma of vocational studies (DEP) in general mechanics
  • Attestation of Vocational Specialization (ASP) diesel (injection and electronic controls)
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Welding Engineer

Job Description:

Responsibilities for this role include but are not limited to the following:

Personnel Training and Management
•    Train and evaluate employees on welding.
•    Ensure that the employees have the necessary skills.
•    Train the personnel in connection with new developments.
•    Monitor the qualification requirements of welding personnel.

Operations
•    Ensure that welding certifications are maintained and renewed according to the work.
•    Approve NDT plans.
•    Be the communication bridge between production and the inspection department.
•    Determine the types of inspection that will be done throughout the contract.
•    Ensure that the welding procedures used are adequate.
•    Ensure accreditations are maintained.
•    Develop new welding processes.
•    Develop new welding technologies.
•    Monitor quality during the project’s execution.
•    Understand the entirety of the client’s needs.
•    Ensure a continuous improvement process.
•    Develop tools and standards related to welding assembly processes, welding processes and inspection processes.
•    Analyze problems linked to welding and inspection processes.
•    Analyze quality and non-compliance processing.
•    Perform project follow-ups and participate in planning meetings.
•    Perform evaluations on the technical requirements of the processes used.
•    Provide technical support for bids.
•    Perform initial demonstrations of the processes for clients.
•    Determine requirements in order to adjust equipment design in consequence.
•    Perform checks on the welding books, proposing technical opinions in relation to manufacturing variances.
•    Proceed to the validation and trial steps.
•    Participate in equipment start-up and make the required adjustments.

Required Skills & Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:
•    Bachelor’s degree in metallurgy and metallurgical engineering, welding specialization, or relevant training
•    3 to 5 years of experience
•    Experience in production and in the construction industry (an asset)
•    Be a member in good standing of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec
•    Very good knowledge of welding standards
•    Ease in reading project plans and estimates
•    Bilingualism (an asset)

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Quality Control Manager

Job Description:

In this role the incumbent is responsible for implementing and maintaining the Quality Control System Program for Davie. This is done by ensuring that all work being produced meets the agreed upon regulations, standards and procedures of the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System adopted by and utilized within Davie.

Responsibilities for this role include but are not limited to the following:
Project Management
•    Develop and maintain procedures for planning, organizing and completing all Quality Systems Operations within Davie.
•    Ensure compliance with the agreed upon procedures for planning, organizing and completing all Quality Systems Operations within Davie.
•    Ensure that all relevant Quality Systems procedures and work instructions are available, understood, implemented and updated as per standard operating procedures.
•    Develop and cultivate a communication strategy between the Quality Systems team, Operations Management and the client as required.
•    Ensure a smooth flow of operations though the Quality Control department
•    Provide daily assistance to the Quality Control Inspectors, Accuracy control inspectors and NDT supervisors as required to ensure effective and efficient completion of their daily activities.
•    Prepare and implement the Quality Plan (Inspection Test Plane) for marine new construction, marine maintenance, and marine repair.
•    Evaluates the qualifications of inspection personnel
•    Pre-plan when applicable for the completion of tasks associated with Quality Systems to ensure inspections and other services are delivered accurately the first time with the best achievable quality, adhering to all HSE rules and regulations, within budget and using the team of people available to you.
•    Ensure that document control associated with the Quality Systems team is up to date and accurate at all times.
•    In conjunction with the Director, Quality Systems set a bar of quality standards within the department to ensure that standards are achieved and maintained. These standards could lead to the creation of Key Performance Indicators to be used as a global indicator of Quality Systems performance within the corporation.
•    Ensure that all non-conformance activities resulting from customer complaints and / or unacceptable quality issues are documented and auctioned using the agreed upon standards and within the agreed upon timelines.
•    Ensure that all corrections implemented as a result of non-conformances are maintained. i.e. the same non-conformance issue is not resolved or the same issue in a different scenario arises.
People Management
•    Lead the Quality/Accuracy/NDT Inspection team in such a manner that they are motivated, satisfied, loyal and effective team members who are committed to the achieving the standards and the goals of the department and of the corporation as a whole.
•    Supervises inspections, reports and the documentation issued by inspectors and collect and file the required Quality Records.
•    Supports the Construction Director and Manager in dealing with the Client for all the Quality matters
•    Supports the Welding & Non-Destructive Test-NDT qualification activities
•    In conjunction with the Director of Quality Systems complete all probationary and other performance reviews for Quality Control Inspectors.

Additional Responsibilities
•    Supports and participate to all the internal/external audits
•    Cooperate with the Project Quality to analyses of non-conformities
•    Determines, negotiating and agreeing on in-house quality procedures, standards and specifications
•    Assesses customer requirements and ensuring that these are met and setting customer service standards
•    Document attendance at any internal or external training as related to Quality Systems or to the further development of the Quality Control Inspectors as per the standard operating procedure.

Required Skills and Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:
•    Minimum 15 years of experience in QA/QC
•    At least 10 years of experience in managing people (prefer in marine construction)
•    Experience in developing and reviewing project quality plans, contract documents and project specifications
•    Strong knowledge of classification rules and regulation (LR, DNV-GL and ABS)
•    Experience in marine new construction, marine maintenance, marine repair and overall operations within the facility.
•    Strong written and verbal communication skills.(French and English)
•    Proficient with computers including the use of Microsoft Office.
•    Proven ability to work effectively with customers and/or other bodies / departments.

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Junior Skilled Trades Recruiter

Job Description:

In this role the incumbent supports the skilled trades recruiting process with data entry, referencing and interviewing, in addition to assisting with staff recruiting.

Daily Tasks
•    Enter the received applications into the ACCESS database and keep the bank of candidates up to date.
•    Support every step of the skilled trades recruitment process.
•    Analyse applications with HR advisors in order to decide which candidates will be invited for a selection interview.
•    Sort the received applications according to the selection criteria in place.
•    When asked, participate in recruitment events: job fairs, internship fairs, conferences, school visits, etc.
•    Conduct phone interviews with candidates selected beforehand by the selection criteria in place.
•    Carry out selection interviews with qualified candidates, using a predetermined interview grid.
•    Perform the reference check and a criminal record check for successful candidates.
•    Analyse, with the help of the HR Advisor- Skilled Trades Recruiting, the criminal record with the Criminal Code, if applicable.
•    Follow up with the HR Advisor – Skilled Trades Recruiting on the interview in order to choose the candidate responding best to the criteria of the job opening.
•    Prepare administrative files of new employees and classify documents in the appropriate places.
•    Have the candidates take the qualification tests necessary for the position following the selection interview (French tests, trade tests, practical tests, etc.).
•    Look for new methods and/or places to post jobs externally.
•    Explore the market and keep the candidates alert for future recruitment waves.
•    When requested, prepare, update and monitor various reports, tables and statistics concerning skilled trades recruiting.
•    When least busy, provide support to all members of the HR team.

Required Skills and Knowledge
•    College diploma (DEC) in administrative techniques, human resources option.
•    Knowledge of recruitment principles.
•    Ability to work under pressure, focus on his/her work and respect deadlines.
•    Excellent knowledge of the Office suite.
•    Strong ability to adapt to changes, sense of initiative and flexibility, sense of organization.
•    Strong aptitude for interpersonal relations, ease of communication.
•    Ability to manage several files at a time, aptitude for teamwork.
•    Successfully complete the investigation and security clearance process required by the Federal Government Contract Security Program.

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Marine Engineer

Job Description:

In this role the incumbent acts as a liaison between Engineering and Production for all primary systems related to production.

Responsibilities for this role include but are not limited to the following:

Daily tasks

  • Provide the subcontractors with drawings in order to ensure that work is being completed on budget and schedule including facilitating discussions and meetings.
  • Project Management: preparing material requirements; preparing reports and drawing specifications as related to production.
  • Ensure compliance with all applicable laws and standards such as but not limited to: rules and regulations of the Classification Society, IMO, and Transport Canada.
  • Communicate with the production line team during the assembly handling and transportation phase, in order to identify adjustments or modifications to be made according to transportation, lifting and flipping over plans.
  • Utilize drawing software; perform intact structure and damage situation calculation, and other calculations as they relate to production.
  • Develop, ensure compliance, and maintain procedures for planning, organizing and completing all engineering operations within Davie.
  • Ensure that all relevant Engineering procedures and work instructions are available, understood, implemented and updated as per standard operating procedures.
  • Develop and cultivate a communication strategy between the Engineering and the Production team.
  • Ensure a smooth flow of operations though the Engineering and the Production department
  • Support Production through assisting in all transportation, handling, flipping over and erection of various assemblies and blocks.
  • Act as a resource person for all foremen and managers with respect to the activities related to your discipline.
  • Approve and sign all the planned assembly moves.
  • Provide drawings for different requests coming from the service to Production: transportation support, block positioning, tools, scaffolding, paint supports, lifelines, etc.
  • Design and implement the construction strategy and present it to Planning and Production.
  • Completion of Surveys & Inspections of Equipment

Required Skills and Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • Marine engineer ticket (1st class)
  • Experience in ship repair / ship conversion
  • A minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience.
  • Experience of working in an industrial environment / shipyard is considered an asset.
  • Knowledge of the rules and regulations of the Classification Society and Transport Canada is considered an asset.
  • Be organized, meet the deadlines and able to work under pressure
  • Strong ability to work within a team and work closely with clients, vendors and regulatory bodies.
  • Strong Working Knowledge of MS Office.
  • Ability to review a situation and provide quick and practical solutions
  • Successfully complete the investigation and security clearance process required by the Federal Government Contract Security Program.
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Fire Department Chief

Job Description:

In order to carry out his/her duties, the holder of this position supervises the fire brigade work. He/She plans, controls and coordinates all the installations of the shipyard as well as onboard the ships in terms of fire prevention.

Responsibilities for this role include but are not limited to the following:

Daily Tasks
•    Plan the activities of your area to meet the needs of the various people involved by establishing priorities;
•    Responsible for the fire prevention programme;
•    Plan labour and equipment needs that are necessary for the completion of the fire brigade’s work;
•    Manage a fire prevention programme;
•    Provide technical support within your activity area in resolving problems that may occur during the normal course of operations;
•    Coordinate the temporary installation of equipment and devices used for fire protection on vessels under construction or in repair, in order to ensure that the various locations are protected against fires;
•    Prepare and apply emergency response plans by establishing the measures to be taken, the location of safety equipment and the preparation of emergency evacuation plans, in order to efficiently respond when accidents or fires occur;
•    Accomplish, upon your superior’s request, any other task compatible with your duties.
•    Ensure the preparation of rescue plans necessary to support the operations of the site.

Personnel Management
•    Manage the brigade in a way so that they become motivated, satisfied, loyal and efficient team members who commit to reaching the maintenance team standards and objectives as well as standards and objectives of the company as a whole;
•    Manage and coordinate the brigade training plan;
•    Manage the schedules of employees under your supervision;
•    Develop and organize task schedules such as the preventive maintenance of the equipment, the tasks and trainings;
•    Complete performance, probationary and annual evaluations of the lieutenants;
•    React in an appropriate way to actions requiring disciplinary measures while working with production management, human resources and OHS, if needed;
•    Ensure that all members of the brigade receive a development plan in order to have the capacity necessary to effectively fulfill their role and responsibilities, work in a safe way and with a spirit of co-operation while following the standardized operational procedures that were agreed upon;
•    Manage and ensure the application of the collective agreement;
•    Plan and administer budgets;
•    Direct interventions for fire, high angle rescue, confined space rescue, and evacuation of injured persons.
•    Replace the Security and Emergency Services Manager in his absence

Required Skills & Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

•    DEP in fire safety;
•    Hold a Private Security Office Permit (PSO);
•    Fire officer course and training;
•    Experience in managing an industrial fire brigade;
•    Ability to direct a fire situation on the shipyard in collaboration with the fire service of the city of Lévis;
•    Experience in a union environment (an asset);
•    Experience or training regarding HAZMAT interventions;
•    Experience in directing an industrial brigade with full-time staff;
•    Experience and knowledge to fight shipboard fires;
•    Experience and knowledge to direct technical rescues;
•    Very independent;
•    Excellent control of stress;
•    Ability to learn easily.
•    Successfully complete the investigation and security clearance process required by the Federal Government Contract Security Program.

 

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Training Coordinator

Job Description:

In order to carry out his/her duties, the holder of this position is in charge of training activities given by Chantier Davie Canada Inc. (Davie). He/she coordinates all activities linked to the training department and works to develop training courses according to Davie’s needs.

Responsibilities for this role include but are not limited to the following:

Managing HSE Training and Skill Development Needs

•    Evaluate, plan, organize, coordinate and control the activities of Davie’s Training Department (tasks: planning the training calendar, distribution, evaluation and training budget management).
•    Coordinate logistics: trainer (internal/external – bid – P.O.) – local, audio-visual equipment, equipment and accessories coming from the shipyard and list of workers to train – management of schedules/attendance sheets.
•    Provide daily assistance to supervisors, zone managers, foremen and department directors as required in order to ensure daily training activities with efficiency.
•    Ensure that document control associated with training is up to date and precise at all times in the GRHU-KRONOS system, attendance sheet archives, the training budget and the Declaration of Training Activities (1% Law).
•    Ensure the respect of procedures agreed upon for planning, organizing and carrying out all operations linked with quality systems within Davie.

Human Resources Development Management – Technical and Relational Skills:

•    Influence the team of supervisors (foremen-directors) in such a way as for their workers to be motivated, satisfied, loyal and effective people who are committed to achieving the standards and the goals of the department as well as the company in general.
•    Ensure that all supervisors (foremen-directors) receive a development plan in order to have the skills necessary to effectively fulfill their role and responsibilities, work in a safe way and with a spirit of co-operation while following the standardized operational procedures that were agreed upon.

Required Skills & Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

•    3 to 5 years of experience in training management.
•    Schooling completed in a relevant field at the Bachelor’s level.
•    Good oral and written communication skills.
•    Excellent knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite.
•    Ability to work efficiently with clients and/or other groups/departments.

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Quality Control Inspector

Job Description:

Overview: In this role the incumbent is responsible for the planning and execution of all required inspections (including hull / structural, machinery, electrical, piping and paint) that are required to be performed during the new construction and/or ship repair processes during regular production at Davie.

Responsibilities for this role include but are not limited to the following and are to be conducted with a specialty in one or more of the following disciplines while cross training in the remainder: welding, painting and surface preparation, ship structures, marine engineering, marine electrical engineering and / or marine electronic engineering.

Quality Systems – Inspections, Testing, etc…
• Conduct technical inspections as required in a variety of possible scenarios / environments that may include but are not limited to the following: ship construction, ship conversion, ship repair, ship refit, vessel maintenance, and/or other marine/non-marine related projects.
• Inspection Plans: review and analyze specifications to assist in the preparation of the required inspection plans, including a checklist of inspection points to be covered during critical phases of work.
• Production / Installation Inspections: complete inspections required to ensure that production installations are compliant with drawings, specifications, quality processes and other applicable standards.
• Testing: schedule, coordinate and observe tests on mechanical components, marine systems and other equipment as required ensuring appropriate standards/regulations are adhered to.
• Material Inspections: inspect materials received in the warehouse and used in production in order to ensure that they meet applicable project specifications and compliant with the agreed upon contract as required.
• Non-Conformances: identify any non-conformities that may exist and assist in their closure/resolution.
• Client / Regulatory Body Relations: Ensure client and regulatory representatives are present for inspections as required.
• Overall Project Quality Control: maintain a good understanding of project specific requirements.  Monitor and control the quality of construction and/or repairs to ensure that work is progressed as per the specification requirements, regulations, standards and internal procedures.

Reporting & Documentation
• Review, prepare and/or modify all applicable documentation which may include but is not limited to following: technical specifications, inspection reports, quality assurance audits, systems documentation, and company inspection Standard Operating Procedures.
• Verify and determine the information to be included in work packages / engineering packages and other packages as required to ensure their validity.

Auditing
• May assist in ISO (International Organization for Standardization) Quality Management System audits and other facility evaluation services.

Additional Responsibilities
• Attend production and other meetings as required at the request of the Director of Quality Systems.
• Ensure the security of Quality Control department facilities and equipment and to institute policies that will prevent or minimize loss, theft, vandalism or other damage.

Required Skills and Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:
• Relevant working experience in an industrial environment, marine experience to be considered an asset.
• Post-Secondary Education as a Qualified Technician / Journeyman is considered an asset.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Proficient with computers including the use of Microsoft Office.
• Proficiency with the English language would be considered an asset.
• Proven ability to work effectively with customers and/or other bodies / departments.
• Other technical knowledge / skills that would be considered an asset: CSA/CAN 47.1; Interpreting Engineering Drawings; Knowledge of Specific Materials; Knowledge of QA/QC Standards; Knowledge of Classification Society Regulations; Knowledge of NDT Procedures / Techniques

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Subcontracting Manager

Job Description:

In order to carry out his duties, the holder of this position is responsible for the administrative management of all sub-contractors and also to maintain good relationships with the providers.

Main Responsibilities:
• Ensure relevance of technical documentation given to subcontractors.
• Report on work progress of various subcontractors.
• Ensure follow-up of ongoing projects.
• Ensure that subcontractors respect requirements described in specifications as well as classification requirements and/or other applicable laws or standards.
• Ensure material availability for subcontractors.
• Report on identified problems and offer solutions.
• Ensure that established budgets and planned delivery schedules are respected.
• Closely cooperate with the project manager.
• Ensure coordination among various parties involved.
• Perform any other task as requested by his supervisor.

Required Skills and Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:
• BA in mechanical or electrical engineering or any other related field.
• Three (3) to five (5) years of experience in a similar role, ideally in production, engineering or project management.
• Experience in shipbuilding (an asset).
• Good knowledge of reading plans.
• Proficiency in MS OFFICE.
• Proficiency in English, both spoken and written.
• Good sense of responsibilities and analytical skills.
• Good resistance to stress.

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Security supervisor

Job Description:

Summary: In order to carry out his/her duties, the holder of this position supervises the work of the security officers on his team. He plans, controls and coordinates all the shipyard’s facilities as well as the ships in terms of fire prevention.

Daily tasks:

  • Plan activities and patrols in his area to meet the needs of the various stakeholders by setting priorities.
  • Verify the team’s work procedures and ensure that they are followed according to safety standards.
  • Plan the weekly needs for manpower and equipment necessary to carry out the work of his team.
  • Organize the working hours of his sector to cover the needs regarding security guards;
  • Supervise agents in the performance of their daily tasks;
  • During an emergency response, provide logistical support at the main gate;
  • Monitor electronic punch system, develop rounds, monitor reports, monitor needs with operations and insurers;
  • Ensure that the process of welcoming users is carried out according to established procedures;
  • Manage with the controlled key system;
  • Participate in the identification of the necessary security measures;
  • Contribute to the updating of the PSIM by updating the threat analysis grids;
  • Provide training to security officers on the PSIM;
  • Carry out surveys and/or investigations requiring special attention;
  • Perform any other tasks compatible with his duties, at the request of his supervisor.
  • Carry out the performance evaluation process for staff under his supervision.
  • Ensure that the security measures provided for in the marine facility security procedures are in place.
  • Act as a replacement company security officer. Take steps to obtain and maintain employee security clearances.

Staff management:

  • Lead the assigned team of security guards in a manner that makes them motivated, satisfied, loyal and effective team members committed to achieving the standards and objectives of the production team, as well as the organization in general.
  • Chair daily meetings to distribute the work among security officers and to follow up on the longer-term work.
  • Authorize the time sheets of each of the security officers under his responsibility.
  • Ensure that the staff made available to them use their full potential, so that they can perform their tasks as efficiently as possible.
  • Collaborate with Industrial Security managers to complete performance, probationary and annual evaluations of security officers under his responsibility.
  • Ensure that all security officers have all the knowledge and skills to perform the requested tasks. Failing this, the supervisor will inform the Director of Safety and Emergency Services.
  • Respond appropriately to any violation of the OHS policy.
  • Raise actions that require disciplinary measures in collaboration with his supervisor and human resources.

Required Skills & Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • Attestation of Collegial Studies (AEC) in commercial and industrial safety or a combination of relevant training and experience;
  • Training as a marine facility security officer is an asset;
  • Experience in an industrial environment;
  • 5 years or more of supervisory experience;
  • Experience in a unionized environment;
  • Ability to communicate; being a positive leader;
  • Hold or be able to obtain a permit from the BSP;
  • Good English skills would be an asset.
  • Successfully complete the investigation and security clearance process required by the Federal Government Contract Security Program.
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Production Supervisor – Painting

Job Description:

Overview: In this role, the incumbent must see to the execution of the daily production plan provided to you. He is to maintain and improve the operational activities related to all of our production related activities in a safe and respectful manner.

Operations management:

  • Work with your immediate supervisor to establish action plans to ensure the efficient and effective completion of production tasks, communicate these action plans clearly and effectively and monitor the progress towards completion.
  • Be knowledgeable and aware of the daily operations being completed by your team, take responsibility for their actions and queries by ensuring that you respond quickly and clearly to any queries / discrepancies to ensure that desired results are achieved.
  • Plan daily operations / tasks accordingly to ensure that the production schedule is achieved. Be prepared to discuss any inabilities to meet the production schedule with proposed solutions for getting back on schedule.
  • Work with your immediate manager to prioritize production actions / tasks.
  • Manage and verify daily production reports.
  • Perform follow up as required if a particular task performed does not meet the quality expectations and re-work needs to be completed.
  • Develop work methods as required to ensure the most effective and efficient manner to complete an action / task.
  • Approve documents related to production (work instructions, forms, non-conformance reports, etc…) as they relate to produced components.
  • Participate in optimization of fabrication  procedures such as automation as they relate to your discipline
  • Participate in improving production processes in order to reduce re-work.
  • Review and recommend modifications in procedures, work instructions and other production related documents for continuous improvement of production-related activities.
    • Attend Production and Management Review Meetings as required at the request of the Director of Production or other members of the management team

People Management:

  • Lead the skilled trades employees in such a manner that they are motivated, satisfied, loyal and effective team members who are committed to the achieving the standards and the goals of the production team and of the corporation as a whole.
  • In conjunction with the Production manager, complete all probationary and subsequent performance reviews for skilled trades employees.
  • Ensure that all skilled trades employees receive the required training for their role.
  • React appropriately to actions that require disciplinary action by working in conjunction with Production Management, Human Resources and HSE as required.

Required Skills and Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • Post Secondary education in the appropriate discipline as related to the position.
  • Work experience in an industrial environment.
  • Five (5) or more years of experience in personnel management.
  • Experience in working in a unionized environment.
  • Working knowledge of the MS Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
  • Working knowledge of the English language (spoken, read) would be considered an asset.
  • Successfully complete the investigation and security clearance process required by the Federal Government Contract Security Program.
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Financial Analyst

Job Description:

Summary:
In order to carry out his/her duties, the holder of this position assists his/her manager with the financial aspect of various contracts.

Daily Tasks:

  • Participate in budget development for the responsibility centres.
  • Analyze the budgets of the responsibility centres.
  • Perform weekly cost monitoring (contracts and general fees).
  • Produce detailed reports on budget monitoring and evaluation (general costs and fees).
  • Analyze budget disparities (budget projection vs. real) on a monthly/quarterly/annual/project-final basis.
  • Prepare monitoring documents of work in progress for the financial statements.
  • Help the controller with external checks.
  • Participate in the development of key performance indicators and ensure their follow-up.
  • Identify non-value-added activities and propose corrective measures.
  • Ensure the accuracy of financial data.
  • Closely interact with the people in charge of contracts.
  • Do comparative studies in order to monitor costs and improvement.
  • Prepare monthly reports to submit to Management.
  • Perform any other related tasks within the scope of your duties upon request from your superior.

Required Skills and Knowledge
for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in administration (accounting).
  • An accountant’s title (CA or CMA) or relevant experience.
  • Three (3) to five (5) years of experience in a similar position.
  • Excellent knowledge of the Office Suite, especially Excel.
  • Good knowledge of English, written and spoken.
  • Demonstrate precision and discipline.
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Buyer

Job Description:

In this role you, the incumbent, contact providers in order to confirm the accuracy of promised delivery dates, negotiate new deals if necessary while ensuring to meet de production calendar requirements.

Operations management

•    Regroup, based on collected information each technical items according to their physical characteristics in order to obtain the best prices and notices on tenders.
•    Identify and select potential providers by referring to the technical specifications of the material;
•    Act as a resource person in the research of substitute products to the original products when those are not available.
•    Request submissions from providers negotiate purchase conditions of goods and services and write the purchase orders according to the deals made.
•    Analyze submissions with the help of concerned departments such as engineering, production, estimation, planning, etc.
•    Ensure orders follow ups with the providers.
•    Update the computerized register of the reminders in order to make all obtained information available;
•    Provide, from time to time, the Estimation Department with information concerning equipment and material prices in order to be able to assess project cost.
•    Negotiate periodically some material purchase service contracts.
•    Accomplish any other task related to his functions to his supervisor’s demand.

Required Skills and Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:
•    College degree or relevant formation in supplying.
•    2 to 5 years of experience as a buyer.
•    Knowledge of the supplying software.
•    Able to negotiate.
•    Knowledge of the English language, both written and oral.
•    Good interpersonal communication.
•    Know how to manage priorities.
•    Customer service oriented.
•    Successfully complete the investigation and security clearance process required by the Federal Government Contract Security Program.

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Marine Planning and Scheduling Specialist

Job Description:

Operations Management 

  • Read and interpret drawings and all information provided by Engineering and Supply Chain.
  • Have an understanding of basic Planning Techniques from the Work Breakdown Structure down to the activity level on the schedule including the predecessor and successor of activities.
  • Ability to organize the information and material requirements into a Work Order that is easily understood by the Production Department in a timely manner.
  • Estimate the resource requirements and duration of activities on the schedule.
  • Ability to understand the production facilities and resources capacities such as: space constrains, equipment, qualified operators, and verifies their availability in order to satisfy the Project requirements.
  • Responsibility of assigning Work Order budgets while staying within your overall budget.
  • Provide reports and spreadsheets as required on work status.
  • Participate in resource planning for the Projects.
  • Assist other planners as required to meet the schedule.

Project Management 

  • Develop and maintain procedures for planning, organizing and completing all Engineering Operations within Davie.
  • Ensure compliance with the agreed upon procedures for planning, organizing and completing all Planning Operations within Davie.
  • Ensure that all relevant Planning procedures and work instructions are available, understood, implemented and updated as per standard operating procedures.
  • Develop and cultivate a communication strategy between the Planning team, Operations Management and the Client as required.
  • Ensure a smooth flow of operations though the Planning department

Required Skills and Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering in your respective discipline.
  • A minimum of 3 years in shipbuilding (obligatory).
  • College degree in related field of study.
  • Experience in planning.
  • Good knowledge of the activities network systems.
  • Understanding of AVEVA ERM or Primavera scheduling system (asset).
  • Comfortable to speak with different departments.
  • Ability to work in team.
  • Organizational skills.
  • Successfully complete the investigation and security clearance process required by the Federal Government Contract Security Program.
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Production Supervisor – Steel

Job Description:

Operations management

  • Work with your immediate supervisor to establish action plans to ensure the efficient and effective completion of production tasks, communicate these action plans clearly and effectively and monitor the progress towards completion.
  • Be knowledgeable and aware of the daily operations being completed by your team, take responsibility for their actions and queries by ensuring that you respond quickly and clearly to any queries / discrepancies to ensure that desired results are achieved.
  • Plan daily operations / tasks accordingly to ensure that the production schedule is achieved. Be prepared to discuss any inabilities to meet the production schedule with proposed solutions for getting back on schedule.
  • Work with your immediate manager to prioritize production actions / tasks.
  • Manage and verify daily production reports.
  • Perform follow up as required if a particular task performed does not meet the quality expectations and re-work needs to be completed.
  • Develop work methods as required to ensure the most effective and efficient manner to complete an action / task.
  • Approve documents related to production (work instructions, forms, non-conformance reports, etc…) as they relate to produced components.
  • Participate in optimization of fabrication  procedures such as automation as they relate to your discipline
  • Participate in improving production processes in order to reduce re-work.
  • Review and recommend modifications in procedures, work instructions and other production related documents for continuous improvement of production-related activities.
  • Attend Production and Management Review Meetings as required at the request of the Director of Production or other members of the management team

People Management

  • Lead the skilled trades employees in such a manner that they are motivated, satisfied, loyal and effective team members who are committed to the achieving the standards and the goals of the production team and of the corporation as a whole.
  • In conjunction with the Production manager, complete all probationary and subsequent performance reviews for skilled trades employees.
  • Ensure that all skilled trades employees receive the required training for their role.
  • React appropriately to actions that require disciplinary action by working in conjunction with Production Management, Human Resources and HSE as required.

Required Skills and Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • Post Secondary education in the appropriate discipline as related to the position.
  • Work experience in an industrial environment.
  • Five (5) or more years of experience in personnel management.
  • Experience in working in a unionized environment.
  • Working knowledge of the MS Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
  • Working knowledge of the English language (spoken, read) would be considered an asset.

Successfully complete the investigation and security clearance process required by the Federal Government Contract Security Program.

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Human Resources Advisor

Job Description:

 

  • Carry out the complete staffing process for the assigned groups, based on management requests.
  • If applicable, manage a team of external recruiters for mass recruitment periods.
  • Collaborate, as required, with recruitment agencies to ensure that their research is well directed.
  • Coordinate the process of welcoming and integrating new employees by ensuring that all relevant participants have received the necessary instructions.
  • Coordinate necessary training such as health and safety, various work techniques, Kronos etc. to promote the integration of new employees.
  • Coordinate the performance and development evaluation process for all employees and the monitoring of probation evaluations for new employees.
  • Coordinate and facilitate disciplinary meetings with the immediate supervisor of the concerned employee.
  • Negotiate with unions in cases of misunderstandings, complaints or grievances while ensuring a healthy relationship between the parties.
  • Agree, based on current company practices and current case law, on disciplinary measures to be adopted.
  • Write disciplinary notices and track employee files.
  • Give advice to senior staff of assigned groups to promote sound personnel management.
  • Create and deploy various training courses, with the assistance of internal instructors or in collaboration with external providers, based on previously identified needs.
  • Evaluate existing training to ensure its relevance and impact on workforce skills development.
  • Create, update and disseminate policies, current procedures and procedures for possible improvements to ensure the department works as efficiently as possible.
  • Conduct exit interviews to identify the aspects that cause employees to leave. Develop improvement strategies following these interviews to reduce employee turnover rate.
  • Ensure respect of existing collective agreements.
  • Develop and update various tools to facilitate the work of human resources management.
  • Identify areas for improvement in human resources practices, procedures and processes, suggest appropriate solutions and ensure implementation of selected solutions.
  • Participate and collaborate on various HR projects (studies, training, deployment of new processes, etc.)
  • Identify innovative methods to improve employee engagement and mobilization.
  • Perform all other related tasks upon request from their immediate supervisor.

Required Skills & Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • Facilitation of meetings/ Effective oral presentation;
  • Conflict management;
  • Knowledge of recruitment principles;
  • Good English skills would be an asset;
  • Have the ability to work effectively with clients and/or other groups/departments;
  • Knowledge of labour laws and regulations;
  • Ability to work under pressure;
  • Work organization/priority management.
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Marine Electrical Estimator

Job Description:

 

Operations management

  • Study drawings, specifications, work packages, classification standards and regulations and take note of important elements in order to have better knowledge of the nature of equipment and of work details indicated in specifications.
  • Analyse assigned work packages and determine their labour and material costs to implement in the most cost effective way as possible.
  • Contact selected suppliers by phone, e-mail or mail and provide them with equipment specifications in order to obtain quotations.
  • Analyse suppliers’ quotations by comparing different equipment coming from them taking into account the technical aspect according to specifications, method of payment and delivery time, in order to choose the best product.
  • Determine the cost of each work package including the chosen equipment and services by calculating the price of each element and/or part included in the final product in order to obtain a total price for the work package.
  • Establish the necessary time to complete the work packages by taking into account the manpower data compiled for previous and similar work packages , the acquired knowledge from previous projects, the specific elements of projects in progress and by asking for supervisor  or colleague assistance, if necessary, in order to calculate a total number of hours for assigned work packages.
  • List equipment and its cost, as well as all data related to labour, sub-contracts and other involved elements in order to assess the full cost of the work package.
  • Assess the level of confidence, risk and cost contingency required to apply to each estimated work package.
  • Attend Management Review Meetings as required at the request of the Director of Production.

 Project Management

  • Develop and maintain procedures for planning, organizing and completing all Estimation Operations within CDCI.
  • Ensure compliance with the agreed upon procedures for planning, organizing and completing all Estimation Operations within CDCI.
  • Ensure that all relevant Estimation procedures and work instructions are available, understood, implemented and updated as per standard operating procedures.
  • Develop and cultivate a communication strategy between the Estimation team, Operations Management and the Client as required.
  • Ensure a smooth flow of operations though the Estimation department.

Required Skills and Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • A technical degree in in the appropriate discipline as related to the position.
  • Five (5) or more years of experience in a similar position or as estimator in the marine, ship building or ship repair  sector.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Autonomy; Ability to manage priorities.
  • Ability to negotiate.
  • Integrity.
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security officer

Job Description:

 

  • Ensure surveillance of the comings and goings of everyone while maintaining the registers up-to-date.
  • Verify and conduct a search of vehicles, tool boxes and transport bags belonging to workers and/or visitors who enter and exit the shipyard.
  • Escort employees when required (visitors, employees laid-off or discharged).
  • Apply regulations concerning traffic and parking on the shipyard.
  • Patrol the entire shipyard using the electronic punch system. These patrols include the buildings, the parking lot areas, the quays, the fences and the barriers around the perimeter giving access to the shipyard.
  • Control crowds during major event, such as ship launching.
  • Issue access cards and parking stickers.
  • Control the systems of keys under responsibility of Industrial Safety.
  • Respond to any assistance request made to the department.
  • Apply the procedures of the department (emergency measures plan, MARSEC, safety procedures) in collaboration with the firefighters and the fire service of the city of Lévis.
  • Verify good working order of equipment (vehicles, alarm system, access system, etc.) at the beginning of a shift.
  • Write down events or accidents taking place during work shift in the D.E.J. (Daily Event Journal).
  • Provide first aid when necessary.
  • Initiate requests and write preliminary reports of received complaints.
  • Take initial charge of found objects.
  • Monitor fire alarms and intrusion systems.
  • Take charge of stations of other agents during meal rotation break.
  • Assist maintenance for locker control.
  • Perform other tasks compatible to his role upon his supervisor’s request.

Required Skills and Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • AEC Degree in Industrial or Commercial Safety, or any other security officer trainings recognized by BSP with experience in an industrial environment.
  • Up-to-date first aid training.
  • Health and safety training in construction workplaces (asset).
  • Honesty, courtesy, discretion and professionalism
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Human Resources Coordinator

Job Description:

 

  • Complete documents concerning new employees and maintain their description and qualification up to date.
  • Prepare the availability report, determine the employees required for overtime and complete the labour request report.
  • Coordinate labour movements for production trades according to general and particular labour needs in the shipyard and provisions in the collective agreement.
  • Record changes for overtime and prepare the lists for the various units.
  • Communicate with human resources for hiring, dismissals and/or files.
  • Attend weekly labour planning meetings; plan the needs according to the established schedules and transmit the information to the people involved.
  • Communicate labour changes to the supervisors.
  • Maintain a uniform application of the provisions in the collective agreement between the supervisors and their superior.
  • Distribute the entirety of the labour force by issuing appropriate directions and procedures and providing assistance to supervisory personnel in solving problems relating to labour management.
  • Advise managers and support them in labour assignment, taking into account the general and specific needs for staff in the shipyard and the provisions in the collective agreement, and update the assignment chart.
  • Give all relevant information to the people in charge of work units having to do with the distribution of overtime, in compliance with the provisions in the collective agreement.
  • Welcome new employees, assign them to the appropriate places and monitor their probationary period; follow up with regard to performance evaluations during and at the end of the probationary period.
  • Complete forms for vacations and worker time banks, distribute them to the people involved and keep the registry of employees on vacation, time banks and assignment charts up to date.
  • Participate in the renewal of the collective agreement.
  • Accomplish any other administrative task related to labour management upon request from your superior.

Required Skills & Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • College diploma (DEC) in administrative techniques, human resources option.
  • Bilingual, written and spoken, an asset.
  • 3 to 5 years of relevant experience in human resources management.
  • Ability to work under pressure, focus on your work and respect deadlines.
  • Excellent knowledge of the Office suite.
  • Strong ability to adapt to changes, sense of initiative and flexibility, sense of organization.
  • Strong discretion and aptitude for confidentiality demonstrated.
  • Strong aptitude for interpersonal relations, ease of communication.
  • Ability to manage several files at a time, aptitude for teamwork
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Firefighter

Job Description:

 

In order to carry out his/her duties, the holder of this position works to prevent fires and accidents by the checks he/she performs aboard ships and in workshops. This person acts as a resource when the time comes to authorize work that is dangerous in nature.

  • Answer emergency calls and various assistance requests when required;
  • Control and extinguish fires using equipment made available;
  • Inform and educate workers on safe work procedures;
  • Cooperate in verification of response equipment according to operational needs;
  • Cooperate in ship connection activities;
  • Upon his supervisor’s request, drive emergency and service vehicles;
  • Conduct the inventory of equipment found in the emergency and service vehicles and keeps it in good order;
  • Perform prevention rounds and patrols;
  • Signal unusual situations and take action;
  • Act as a resource person in the work permit issuing process;
  • Cooperate in opening and closing the gas network;
  • Perform surveillance during work for transferring fuel or hazardous materials;
  • Participate in the exercises and training offered in order to keep your skills and knowledge up to date;
  • Perform any other related task upon his supervisor’s request.

Required Skills & Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • Possess a DEP in Fire Safety Intervention or any other training with a relevant experience.
  • Work experience in the industrial sector (asset).
  • Be able to work under pressure.
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Cost controller

Job Description:

 

  • Develop and keep management information reports such as progressive invoicing, contract direct cost analysis, net cash flow, currency impact analysis, critical supplier list;
  • Work in close cooperation with the project director in order to make sure that he is aware of progress related to the project in progress;
  • Develop performance indicators (cost analysis);
  • Participate in kickoff meetings to understand budget, schedule and execution strategy;
  • Develop and update work flow procedures as needed;
  • Complete a comprehensive budget analysis compared with real costs of the project;
  • Ability to develop and improve the tools, techniques and processes to fit with the requirement of the project;
  • Make sure that internal control systems exist and that they are implemented during various stages of the project according to the company’s standards;
  • Keep a control list and a key control file for an annual audit;
  • Make sure that the shipyard change orders are recorded and have the appropriate approval level;
  • Identify cost reduction initiatives;
  • Provide general support to other departments, e.g.: Supply and Operations;
  • Ensure compliance with laws and all specific local requirements;
  • Participate in the continuous improvement and implementation of work processes regarding cost control
  • Perform any other related tasks.

Required Skills and Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or in any other relevant field;
  • Possess one of the following titles:CPA,  CA, CMA or CGA;
  • 5 years of experience in a similar job;
  • Bilingual (mandatory);
  • Ability to work alone or as part of a team and resolve conflicts;
  • Excellent knowledge of Excel;
  • Good practical knowledge of financial systems, project management techniques (planning, budget control, etc.).
  • Successfully complete the investigation and security clearance process required by the Federal Government Contract Security Program
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Production Supervisor

Job Description:

 

Operations management

  • Work with your immediate supervisor to establish action plans to ensure the efficient and effective completion of production tasks, communicate these action plans clearly and effectively and monitor the progress towards completion.
  • Be knowledgeable and aware of the daily operations being completed by your team, take responsibility for their actions and queries by ensuring that you respond quickly and clearly to any queries / discrepancies to ensure that desired results are achieved.
  • Plan daily operations / tasks accordingly to ensure that the production schedule is achieved. Be prepared to discuss any inabilities to meet the production schedule with proposed solutions for getting back on schedule.
  • Work with your immediate manager to prioritize production actions / tasks.
  • Manage and verify daily production reports.
  • Perform follow up as required if a particular task performed does not meet the quality expectations and re-work needs to be completed.
  • Develop work methods as required to ensure the most effective and efficient manner to complete an action / task.
  • Approve documents related to production (work instructions, forms, non-conformance reports, etc…) as they relate to produced components.
  • Participate in optimization of fabrication  procedures such as automation as they relate to your discipline
  • Participate in improving production processes in order to reduce re-work.
  • Review and recommend modifications in procedures, work instructions and other production related documents for continuous improvement of production-related activities.
  • Attend Production and Management Review Meetings as required at the request of the Director of Production or other members of the management team

 People Management

  • Lead the skilled trades employees in such a manner that they are motivated, satisfied, loyal and effective team members who are committed to the achieving the standards and the goals of the production team and of the corporation as a whole.
  • In conjunction with the Production manager, complete all probationary and subsequent performance reviews for skilled trades employees.
  • Ensure that all skilled trades employees receive the required training for their role.
  • React appropriately to actions that require disciplinary action by working in conjunction with Production Management, Human Resources and HSE as required.

Required Skills and Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • Post Secondary education in the appropriate discipline as related to the position.
  • Work experience in an industrial environment.
  • Five (5) or more years of experience in personnel management.
  • Experience in working in a unionized environment.
  • Working knowledge of the MS Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
  • Working knowledge of the English language (spoken, read) would be considered an asset.
  • Successfully complete the investigation and security clearance process required by the Federal Government Contract Security Program.
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Ship Manager

Job Description:

 

  • Ensure the follow-up on technical aspects, upkeep and services related to vessels, including dry docks and investigations.
  • Establish vessel operation budget in cooperation with the onboard manager and perform a follow-up on real costs;
  • Communicate with Human Resources concerning vessel personnel.
  • Offer support related to questions concerning technical operations, when required.
  • Be involved in purchasing spare parts for vessels.
  • Visit the vessels at regular intervals for inspection purposes.
  • Correspond with and report to the owner of the vessel(s).
  • Follow up on insurance cases in cooperation with the insurance claim manager.
  • Ensure that OHS rules and norms are respected and that the prevention mechanisms are applied.
  • Ensure that the respected results are reached for each group of work in construction berths and finishing wharves for the project assigned to them.
  • Develop and promote management tools which would allow for anticipating technical information and material needs so as to respect construction costs and schedules.
  • Respect schedules of different projects.
  • Issue instructions and control their implementation, prepare reports.
  • Validate manpower levels required according to material, information and production equipment availabilities, as well as according to physical locations and infrastructure arrangements.
  • Compare real costs with budgets concerning assembly berth and finishing wharf.
  • Ensure sub-contracting work integration.
  • Verify the quality control is performed and documented according to test and inspection plan and to test schedule;
  • Participate in meetings when required.
  • Perform other tasks compatible with your functions upon your supervisor’s request.

People Management

  • Lead the team of Zone Managers and other employees as required in such a manner that they are motivated, satisfied, loyal and effective team members who are committed to the achieving the standards and the goals of the department and of the corporation as a whole.
  • In conjunction with the production management, complete all probationary and other performance reviews for Zone Managers.
  • Ensure that all Zone Managers receive a development plan for action to ensure that they have the required skills to effective and efficient completion of their roles and responsibilities, work in a safe and cooperative manner while following agreed upon standard operating procedures.
  • Respond appropriately to any violations of the HSE policy and notify the HSE team of the issue immediately.
  • React appropriately to actions that require disciplinary action by working in conjunction with Production Management, Human Resources and HSE as required.

Required Skills and Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • Post Secondary education in the appropriate discipline as related to the position.
  • Experience in a shipbuilding / ship repair environment
  • Experience in unionized work environment.
  • Time management & delegation skills
  • Customer oriented.
  • Capacity to manage and motivate.
  • Good knowledge of MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
  • Good interpersonal skills in order to develop close relationships with shipyard staff and vessel owners.
  • Successfully complete the investigation and security clearance process required by the Federal Government Contract Security Program.
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Project Manager

Job Description:

 

  • Organize a dedicated project team or structure using the resources of various company functions.
  • Manage the client-supplier relationship by acting as a key interface for client relations.
  • Manage the contract and its specifications. Identify and communicate contractual obligations and ensure they are respected at all times.
  • Transform contract uncertainties into commercial advantages and benefits.
  • Correct contract loopholes by defining new arrangements when needed.
  • Identify contract and specification changes, manage them, prepare additional resource and/or deadline claims and present them to the client.
  • Ensure that the project obtains the investments needed for its achievement.
  • Establish a project plan, based on the construction strategy as well as the scheduling of the plan’s activities covering the entirety of company functions, including subcontracted activities.
  • Based on the allocated budget, designate material resources, manpower and financial resources to the various plan activities. The project plan must be sufficiently detailed to ensure adequate control of the project and the given subcontracted activities with regard to cost, quality and schedule.
  • Establish a plan for resource mobilization, including training if needed.
  • Establish a quality plan.
  • Ensure that project-specific processes are respected.
  • Establish a communication plan also aimed at subcontractors.
  • Manage the interfaces between the different project stakeholders.
  • Follow up on performance with regard to established budgets and the schedule of planned activities. Identify and justify discrepancies; put corrective actions in place.
  • Produce cost and schedule projections.
  • Produce monthly and quarterly project reports.
  • Identify risks and put contingency plans in place.
  • Subcontractor management: approve estimates, answer questions, approve required documents and manage the contract in order to ensure that work is completed according to budget and schedule, as well as facilitate discussions and meetings.
  • Project management: planning, preparing material requirements; preparing budget and schedule estimates; preparing reports and drawing specifications linked to the discipline.
  • Major equipment management: supervise and inspect the arrangement, modification and entry into service of major equipment linked to the discipline.

Required Skills and Knowledge for this role include but are not limited to the following:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in engineering.
  • A Master’s degree in project management (an asset) or equivalent experience.
  • Advanced oral and written English.
  • Seven (7) years of experience in significant project management.
  • Experience in conflict management and negotiation.
  • Ability to manage multiple client-supplier relationships simultaneously.
  • Knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Knowledge of Primavera Project Planner (an asset).
  • Display leadership and autonomy.
  • Have a strong sense of responsibility.
  • Ability to resist stress.
  • Successfully complete the investigation and security clearance process required by the Federal Government Contract Security Program.
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