CURRENT POSITIONS


Key Responsibilities:

  • Reports to the Vessel Owner
  • Responsible for the safe, efficient and economical operation of the vessel as well as safety of the crew
  • Communicate expectations, assignments and responsibilities to Deck Crew
  • Supervision and training of Deck crew
  • Implement and ensure adherence to all Statutory and legislative rules and regulations
  • Ensure all Deck personnel and new hires are familiar with Company policies and procedures and have access to the appropriate manuals and documents
  • Ensure that HRD policies and Health and Safety programs are communicated to, understood and adhered to by all Crew members
  • Motivate Deck Crew and monitor performance 
  • Responsible for the safe transportation of the ship’s cargo 
  • Responsible for preparation and/or submission of logbooks, daily records, maintenance records and permits in accordance with Company and regulatory requirements
  • Responsible for the investigation of any incidents or near misses and the implementation of any corrective action

Qualifications:

  • Marine Emergency Duties (MED’s) STCW Basic Safety and Survival Craft Certifications 
  • Valid Transport Canada Marine Medical
  • GLPA Pilotage an asset
  • Experienced with Safety Management Systems (ISO & ISM), an asset
  • Proven ability to lead teams with strong communication and leadership skills
  • Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
  • Previous tug boat experience required

Salary:

  • TBD based on appropriate tug and barge experience, and certifications

Key Responsibilities:

  • Reports to the Captain
  • Responsible for the safe and efficient operation, supervision and training of the deck crew
  • Responsible for the safe keeping of a navigational watch
  • Second in command of the vessel and officer in charge when the Captain is absent
  • Ensure that the deck crew is adequately manned and equipped in accordance with company standards and policies
  • Communicate expectations, assignments and responsibilities to Deck Crew 
  • Implement and ensure adherence to all Statutory and legislative rules and regulations
  • Ensure all Deck personnel and new hires are familiar with Company policies and procedures and have access to the appropriate manuals and documents
  • Ensure that HRD policies and Health and Safety programs are communicated to, understood and adhered to by all Crew members
  • Determine the ship’s speed and location using navigational aids
  • Responsible for the safe transportation of the ship and tug cargo
  • Responsible for preparation and/or submission of logbooks, daily records, maintenance records and permits in accordance with Company and regulatory requirements
  • Responsible for the investigation of any incidents or near misses and the implementation of any corrective action
  • The maintenance and upkeep of the hull, decks, superstructures, and towing gear
  • Ensuring that lifesaving and firefighting equipment is properly inspected and maintained
  • GMDSS responsibilities 

Qualifications:

  • Chief Mate Near Coastal Certificate issued by Transport Canada
  • Marine Emergency Duties (MED’s) STCW Basic Safety and Survival Craft Certifications
  • Transport Canada Marine Medical
  • 2-5 years’ experience as a Chief Mate in the Great Lakes and Eastern Canada
  • GLPA Pilotage an asset
  • Experienced with Safety Management Systems (ISO & ISM)
  • Experienced leader and motivator of direct reports
  • Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
  • Self-starter, analytical and problem-solving capabilities
  • Tug and barge experience required

Salary:

  • TBD based on appropriate tug and barge experience, and certifications

Key Responsibilities:


  • Adhere to all company health and safety policies and work procedures
  • Support ship-assist, line handling and cargo loading/unloading
  • Other duties as assigned by the Captain 

Qualifications:

  • Valid Marine Medical and Marine Emergency Duties – Basic Safety Training
  • Strong  organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
  • Self-starter, analytical and problem-solving capabilities
  • Team player
  • Tug and barge experience required

Salary:

  • TBD based on appropriate tug and barge experience, and certifications

Doornekamp Construction Ltd. is HIRING full time Labourers for projects at our sites in Picton, Napanee and Kingston, Ontario.

This Full Time Position begins immediately.


Please submit resume with previous experience via the Careers page.

www.hrdoornekamp.ca

We look forward to welcoming you to our Team !




Doornekamp Construction Ltd. is HIRING Carpenters for projects at our sites in Picton, Napanee and Kingston, Ontario.

This Full Time Position begins immediately.

Please apply with resume, via our Careers Page.

We look forward to welcoming you to our Team !


Position :  Superintendent – Marine Construction



Position Overview:

The Marine Construction Superintendent is directly responsible for construction efforts as the on-site supervisor of crews for multi-year marine based projects.  They will be responsible for implementation planning, client liaison and will lead crews in equipment care, quality of work and safe workplace practices. The successful candidate will be responsible for daily monitoring and reporting of site work to the Project Manager.

 

Location:                    Main office is in Odessa, Ontario

                                   Job Sites primarily in Greater Toronto Area

 

Salary:                        salary commensurate with experience

                                    Project specific performance bonus where applicable

 

Hours of Work:             Variable - 44hrs/week.  Some night and weekend work required

 

Job Type:                   May – December 2022 base contract with probable extension  thereafter




Job Description:

·        -Manage coordinate and direct job site logistics for crew, tugboats, barges, subcontractors, and consultants

·        -Responsible for crew scheduling and coordination from the Company’s head office to the respective job sites

·        -Job hazard analysis

·        -Build a positive and proactive safety culture at each site along side Doornekamp Construction’s Health and Safety Manager

·        -Promote and reflect company core values, core focus and multi year visions for the construction division

·        -Liaise with staff and Health and Safety Manager to ensure all safety rules, regulations and training are current and adhered to

·        -Collaboration with management staff on project methodologies and strategies, including scheduling.

·        -Monitor and assess the performance and contributions of assigned personnel and provide development, coaching and progressive discipline as applicable including incident investigation and follow up as applicable.

·        -Implementing QC programs

·        -Reporting project progress through Daily Construction Reports

·        -Manage project spendature and reporting

·        -Monitor and relay future work opportunities to leadership team

·        --Ensure contractual conditions, obligations and performance expectations of project and team are met

·        -Be primary site contact

·        -Plan and communicate weekly schedules to project stakeholders

·        -Develop effective working relationships with clients to deliver efficient construction solutions

·        -Perform related responsibilities, tasks and special projects as required or assigned.

 

 

Requirements:

 

-        - 5+ years experience as a construction supervisor

-        -Marine construction experience is an asset

-        -Experience in operating heavy equipment is an asset

-        -Comprehensive understanding of heavy civil and marine construction project current practices and regulations

-       - Commitment to understand all matters relating to health and safety and environmental standards

-        -Demonstrated experience in managing labour force on multiple projects

-        -Strong interpersonal, leadership, organizational and communication skills

-        -Proficient with MS word & Excel programs is an asset

-        -Ability to manage multiple projects, identify priorities and problem solve efficiently

-        -Motivated, self starter, efficiency and results driven

 

 

Reporting:

The Marine Construction Superintendent will report directly to the Project Manager to present current information and highlight project progress and issues.  This person will be the primary contact for both site crew and management crew, for all site related matters for their assigned projects.