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2274 Engineer Officers, Water Transport

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2274 - Engineer Officers, Water Transport

Engineer officers, water transport, operate and maintain main engines, machinery and auxiliary equipment aboard ships and other self-propelled vessels, and supervise and co-ordinate the activities of engine room crews. They are employed by marine transportation companies and federal government departments.

  • Illustrative example(s)
    • chief engineer - water transport
    • engineer officer - water transport
    • fourth engineer - water transport
    • marine engineer officer
    • second engineer
    • third engineer - water transport
    • tugboat engineer
  • All examples
  • apprentice marine engineer officer
  • assistant engineer - water transport
  • chief engineer - water transport
  • chief engineer, Coast Guard vessel
  • chief engineer, fishing vessel
  • chief engineer, mobile platform - offshore drilling
  • chief engineer, self-propelled drilling rig
  • chief marine engineer - water transport
  • chief marine engineer, factory freezer trawler
  • Coast Guard vessel chief engineer
  • Coast Guard vessel first watchkeeping engineer
  • Coast Guard vessel marine engineer officer
  • Coast Guard vessel second engineer
  • Coast Guard vessel second watchkeeping engineer
  • Coast Guard vessel senior engineer
  • Coast Guard vessel third engineer
  • Coast Guard vessel third watchkeeping engineer
  • engineer officer - water transport
  • engineer officer, fishing vessel
  • engineer, tugboat
  • factory freezer trawler chief marine engineer
  • factory freezer trawler first engineer
  • factory freezer trawler second engineer
  • first engineer, factory freezer trawler
  • first engineer, self-propelled drilling rig
  • first watchkeeping engineer, Coast Guard vessel
  • fishing vessel chief engineer
  • fishing vessel engineer officer
  • fourth engineer - water transport
  • junior engineer - water transport
  • marine engineer officer
  • marine engineer officer - water transport
  • marine engineer officer, Coast Guard vessel
  • marine engineer officer, offshore drilling rig
  • marine engineer officer-cadet - except armed forces
  • marine engineer, chief - water transport
  • marine second engineer - water transport
  • marine senior engineer - water transport
  • mobile platform chief engineer - offshore drilling
  • offshore drilling rig marine engineer officer
  • second engineer
  • second engineer - water transport
  • second engineer, Coast Guard vessel
  • second engineer, factory freezer trawler
  • second engineer, marine - water transport
  • second engineer, self-propelled drilling rig
  • second watchkeeping engineer, Coast Guard vessel
  • self-propelled barge marine engineer officer
  • self-propelled drilling rig chief engineer
  • self-propelled drilling rig first engineer
  • self-propelled drilling rig marine engineer officer
  • self-propelled drilling rig second engineer
  • senior engineer, Coast Guard vessel
  • senior engineer, marine - water transport
  • ship engineer officer
  • third engineer - water transport
  • third engineer, Coast Guard vessel
  • third watchkeeping engineer, Coast Guard vessel
  • tugboat engineer
  • Exclusion(s)
    • Deck officers, water transport (2273)
    • Managers in transportation (0731)
    • Marine and naval engineers (See 2148 Other professional engineers, n.e.c.)
    • Marine mechanical engineers (See 2132 Mechanical engineers)
    • Water transport deck and engine room crew (7532)
       
  • Main duties

Engineer officers, water transport, perform some or all of the following duties:

  • Operate main engines, machinery and all auxiliary equipment aboard ships, such as boilers, steering and deck machinery, motors, pumps, generators and condensers
  • Stand engine room watch, monitoring and noting performance of engines, machinery and all auxiliary equipment
  • Inspect and conduct maintenance and emergency repairs to engines, machinery and all auxiliary equipment
  • Supervise and co-ordinate the activities of the engine room crew
  • Maintain records and prepare reports on engine performance and failures.
  • Employment requirements
    • Completion of secondary school is required.
    • Completion of a three-year cadet program in marine engineering from an approved marine training institute
      or
    • Approximately three years of experience as an engine room crew member and six months of formal training at an approved marine training institute
      or
    • Approximately three years of experience as an engine mechanic and six months of experience as an engine room crew member are required for certification as a fourth class marine engineer.
    • A marine engineer officer certificate of competency, issued by Transport Canada, is required.
       
  • Additional information
    • Fourth Class Marine Engineer certificate is the entry level of a four-level certification program administered by Transport Canada. Progression from one level of certification to the next requires additional experience, training and testing.
    • Mobility between employers is possible for positions requiring the same level of certification.
    • Progression to management positions in transportation is possible with experience.

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