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City: Quebec City,

  • # 226GO
  • Department: N/A
  • Company: Fabrication Navale Océan
  • Work schedule: 37.5 hours per week
  • Status: Permanent

Application deadline: September 30, 2017


Job description:

The incumbent will be responsible for developing plans and specifications for the improvement and design of marine equipment.



  • Search for technical information as part of project implementation (engineering calculations, equipment specifications, standards, etc.);
  • Design models and prototypes (3D virtual prototype models would be an asset);
  • Design common and special equipment intended to support operations (e.g.: winches, ship hauling systems, hydraulic units, lifting equipment, barges, etc.);
  • Design units for the installation of new components on ships (e.g.: engines, generators, transmissions, hydraulic systems, lifting devices);
  • Test tools and equipment to determine their performance, power, strength and other characteristics;
  • Make recommendations on the best tools and equipment;
  • Check ship and barge repair and maintenance work to ensure compliance with plans, specifications, and the standards of classification societies and Transport Canada;
  • Act as a resource person to project managers. To this end, solve the technical problems encountered or refer them to an appropriate person as required;
  • Ensure that manufacturing plans are updated according to the modifications carried out during the project;
  • Complete plans by adding the components required for manufacturing;
  • Make a list of required materials, anticipate implementation costs and present this information as a proposal to other stakeholders as required;
  • Draw (accountable for the quality of drawings) structure, mechanical, hydraulic, finishing and/or electrical plans based on specifications and standards;
  • Support project managers in the analysis of the plans and specifications he has prepared when his projects are launched in production.



  • Hold a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent degree in a relevant field. Any combination of relevant experience and training will be considered;
  • Being a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec would be an asset;
  • Having the ability to sign and seal plans and specifications would be an asset;
  • Have about 5 years of experience in the development and design of plans for marine equipment;
  • Be proficient in the use of 2D & 3D drawing software, preferably Autodesk products;
  • Demonstrate autonomy, flexibility, thoroughness and reliability;
  • Able to meet deadlines and work under pressure;
  • Enjoy teamwork;
  • Have an advanced knowledge of French, both spoken and written;
  • Having an intermediate level of English would be an asset.


NB: The masculine form is used in this publication for conciseness purposes only. We are committed to employment equity and open to the application of adjustment measures during the selection process.