JOB: Marine Engineer | Ocean Group - Quebec

Marine Engineer, City of Québec

Marine Engineer, City of Québec

  • Company: Ocean Services and Maintenance
  • Location : Quebec city
  • Department: Maintenance
  • Work schedule: 47.5 hours/week
  • Status: Permanent


Are you considering a career change that will bring you new challenges?

Join a team of passionate people who look to the future with strength and determination. Ocean selects and develops the best talents in the industry by offering you a healthy and fulfilling work environment that allows you to surpass yourself every day, at each project! Do you want to contribute to the growing success of a well-established Quebec entrepreneurial flagship, a leader in the maritime industry? A company for which health, safety and respect of the environment are primary. An international company with a human dimension that puts the employee at the heart of it’s priorities, because after all, it’s with them that the Ocean story continues.



A stimulating job that will challenge your skills and allow you to work on extraordinary equipment!

Under the supervision of the Director – Fleet Maintenance , you will perform general mechanical maintenance on azimuthal (Z-Drive) and conventional tugs.

You will be responsible for the maintenance of the tugs in the various ports.



Maintenance (70%)

  • Participate in major repairs such as operating lifting equipment, dismantling and reassembling machinery and equipment parts
  • Checking and repairing equipment or machinery to be inspected
  • Maintain the main engine and auxiliaries
  • Follow up on the tasks of the preventive maintenance system


Operations (30%)

  • Operate vessels in accordance with company and industry accepted practices
  • Ensure the implementation of the company’s maintenance program
  • Performing occasional engine room standby shifts to support operations
  • Operate electrical, mechanical, hydraulic control systems and offshore refuelling equipment
  • Operate and maintain refrigeration, ventilation and air conditioning equipment
  • Ensuring the application of the safety management system for his or her department
  • Monitor main engine operating parameters (pressure, temperature, levels) and report any anomalies



  • Valid Canadian STCW Engineer Officer 3rd or 4th engine class certificate (minimum requirement)
  • Propulsion Simulator Training Certificate II (asset)
  • Valid medical certificate issued by Transport Canada
  • STCW Basic Safety STCW Training Certificates, Ability to Operate Lifeboats and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Craft and Advanced Firefighting Techniques
  • Available for day, night, weekend and outside trips to ports
  • Hold a valid class 5 driver’s license (mandatory)
  • Autonomy and organizational skills
  • Functional English



  • Tools and equipment provided
  • Time bank
  • Full range of benefits
  • Free, family-friendly employee assistance program
  • Deferred Profit Sharing Plan (DPSP)
  • Competitive salary!


NB: Ocean subscribes to an Equality Access Program and invites women, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities to apply. 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.
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