JOB: Labourer - Student | Ocean Group - Québec

Job:
Labourer - Student, Québec

Labourer - Student, Québec

Ocean Group is a world-class company with great ambitions. It is with our employees that we have built our history and that we have made this company an entrepreneurial flagship in Quebec and a leader in the Canadian marine industry.

Working at Ocean Group is much more than a job, it means integrating our values of excellence, integrity and respect, it means thinking as a team, it means wanting to evolve in a unique environment where challenges are part of our daily routine. It also means joining passionate people and looking to the future with strength and determination.

AN OPPORTUNITY TO GROW WITH US!

  • Position: Labourer – student
  • Location: Québec
  • Duration: Summer 2021
  • Department: Naval Construction and Repair

 

 Responsibilities you will be entrusted with

  • Assist welders-fitters, mechanics and operators in the performance of their work;
  • Supervise the confined space work of welders-fitters, mechanics and labourers;
  • Perform grinding and painting;
  • Perform packaging and protection work on various equipment;
  • Perform sandblasting activities using the “sponge jet”;
  • Perform various handling tasks;
  • Perform various commissionaire tasks;
  • Carry out cleaning tasks;
  • Perform various finishing tasks;
  • Carry out pumping of tanks;
  • Erect temporary shelters and scaffolding;
  • Perform any other task assigned by the foremen.

Profile sought

  • Valid and unrestricted driver’s license (depending on work site);
  • Ability to work in confined spaces or at heights;
  • Ability to work in a team environment;
  • Availability for traveling;
  • Flexibility to work on shifts.
NB: Ocean Group subscribes to an Equality Access Program and invites women, visible minorities, First Nations people and persons with disabilities to apply. The masculine form is used in this document for conciseness purposes only. We are committed to employment equity and open to the application of adjustment measures during the selection process.
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