Brief description of the company:
IT International Telecom Inc. is an ISO-certified submarine cable installer offering desktop study, marine route survey, engineering design, installation and maintenance services for submarine cable systems worldwide.
As an organization independent of any carrier or manufacturer, IT is in the unique position to collaborate with customers, providing them with cost-effective and ideal technical solutions for each project. Above all, IT delivers quality solutions based on proven engineering and installation techniques.
IT was formed in 1995 and for over 20 years has been recognized as one of the worlds’ finest marine system providers. IT is proud to have many repeat clients that are all based on proven engineering techniques and quality of service.
With projects successfully completed in over 65 countries and counting, IT is pleased to work towards providing clients with the best technical solutions at the most competitive prices in the industry. IT constantly strives to meet the ever-changing climate and challenges of subsea projects.
We are currently looking for a Lead Project Engineer (Marine).
The latter will lead the engineering department. This department is responsible for the various engineering aspects related to supporting both operations and projects. Primary tasks are related to the planning and coordination of vessel mobilization, support installation planning as well as ongoing operational upgrades and initiatives. The lead engineer will be based at our Halifax location. The company offers excellent working conditions, a learning environment with opportunities for advancement, a full range of benefits, and an attractive overall compensation that matches the experience of the chosen candidate.
His responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Manage, lead and mentor a small of team engineers at various stages of their careers;
- Manage and supervise all engineering activities, including but not limited to, documentation, design, calculations, equipment sizing, procedures etc.;
- Investigates, validates and prepares vessel selection proposals as per the project requirements;
- Responsible for VOO selections and mobilizations;
- Ensure maintenance, continuous operational readiness and propose improvements/cost savings of cable laying equipment;
- Understanding of classification rules such as DNV and Lloyds is considered an asset;
- Determine operational policies, procedures, records and standards for all cable laying equipment;
- Negotiate with various equipment suppliers;
- Provide technical expertise & guidance at bidding stage;
- Participate in coordinating capital equipment purchases.
The person sought has a bachelor's degree in naval architecture or marine engineering, is a member in good standing with Engineers Nova Scotia (or ability to obtain) and has a minimum of five to ten years experience in relation to the functions mentioned above. Knowledge related to the marine industry is an asset (naval architecture, experience at sea, offshore O&G industry, etc.).
Knowledge of the following software are considered an asset:
- 2007 MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, Project)
Professional English, both oral and written, bilingualism (French) is an asset.
Interested and available for national and international travel. A valid passport is required.
Salary: To be discussed, according to experience
Number of hours per week: 40
Employment status: Permanent, day time
If you are looking for a long-term position, in a stable environment, we invite you to submit your CV.
We thank all applicants who will take the time to send us their CV, however, please notes that only the candidates matching the profile will be contacted.
In this document the use of the masculine to designate persons has no other purpose than to lighten the text.
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent