Canadian Coast Guard
Maritime Search and Rescue Coordinator
GT-05 - Selection process number: 19-DFO-CEN-EA-CCG-276471
Why work with us?
The Maritime Search and Rescue Coordinator is a shore opportunity that allows you to:
- Utilize your Transport Canada Watchkeeping Mate (or higher) certificate
- Spend more time with family and friends. You will work on a rotating shift schedule
- Enjoy generous paid time off
- Contribute to one of the best pension plans in Canada as well as benefit from excellent medical and dental insurance coverage.
Position title : Maritime Search and Rescue Coordinator
Position : 4 positions to be filled
Location : Quebec City
Salary : $74,763 to $85,004 - Coordinators are eligible to an annual allowance in the amount of $5,354 and hourly bonuses for evenings, nights and weekends shifts
Who can apply: Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad
Withdrawal of candicacies : May 17, 2021
Tasks: Using highly advanced computer and communication systems, you are part of a team that solves marine SAR cases. Coordinators oversee the activation, planning, and coordination, of Maritime Search and Rescue with the help of strategically located Canadian Coast Guard SAR vessels, Royal Canadian Air Force resources, and partners like police, fire, and emergency mdical services (EMS). Although this job can be very demanding at times, it is also rewarding, thrilling and empowering.
''This i a challenging and rewarding place to work. There are days when you have contributed to saving multiple lives and brought people back to their loved ones. I use every ounce of my marine experience as a Search an Rescue Coordinator.''
Requiered qualifications :
- Bilingual imperative BBC/BBC;
- A completed high school diploma or an acceptable combination of acceptable education, training and experience related to the position to be filled;
- Watchkeeping Mate certificate or Valid Watchkeeping Mate, Near coastal certificate of Competency approved under SCTW 95 and issued under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001 Marine Personal Regulations SOR/2007-115 (or equivalent);
- 12 months experience as a deck officer in charge of the watch; OR
- 12 months experience as a Marine Rescue Co-ordinator or Assistant Coordinator at a Joint Rescue Coordination Center (JRCC) or Marine Rescue Sub-Center (MRSC); OR
- 12 months experience as an officer in a Marine Communications and Traffic Services Center (MCTS); OR
- Equivalent experience as defined in section 106 (2) C of the Flight Personnel Regulations (SOR / 2007-115);
- Knowledge of SAR methods and procedures associated with a maritime / aeronautical incident;
- Critical Thinking (analyze an emergency situation and be able to take appropriate action);
- Decision-making (making the right decisions in a timely manner in multiple situations);
- Communication skills (ensure that the message is received and understood as intended);
- Ability to use various computer tools;
- Good interpersonal relations;
For any question :
Human Resources Quebec at rhqbcdfo-mpo.gc.ca.