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Manager, Zone Production
|Company - Location:||Victoria Shipyards - Victoria,BC|
Why choose Seaspan?
Seaspan’s Victoria Shipyards is located in the Province of British Columbia’s beautiful Capital on Vancouver Island. Utilizing the Esquimalt Graving Dock (owned and operated by Public Works and Government Services of Canada), Victoria Shipyards drydock and repair vessels up to 100,000 DWT and perform a wide range of repairs up to and including complete vessel conversions. We have successfully completed countless new construction, conversion, repair, and maintenance projects, including cruise ship conversions, work for the Canadian Navy, repair and maintenance work on deepsea vessels and containerships, as well as new construction and repair work on ferries, tugs, fishing vessels, Arctic Class and research vessels, barges and yachts of all sizes and types. Currently, we are proud to be refitting submarines in the VISSC program and Frigates in the FELEX program. If you are passionate about shipbuilding and repair like we are, you will jump at the chance to join our world-class yards.
We can provide you with a rewarding and challenging career building and repairing state-of-the-art ships, all the while, living in a unique and spectacular city. With the mildest climate in Canada, Victoria has been called the “City of Gardens” and boasts the second highest number of restaurants per capita in North America. The outdoor year-round recreation options on Vancouver Island are endless as you are close to skiing, hiking, golfing, fishing, sailing etc.
Your future career opportunity
Zone Production Manager is required for the Weapons Zone for the Victoria In Service Support Contract (VISSC), they will be responsible for the completion of all work specification and Engineering Change (EC) work within their zone. The Weapons Zone Production Manager works closely with the Submarine Senior Production Manager in the management of the project and liaises closely with a Babcock Canada Zone Leader, Babcock Intec personnel and various other sub-contractors.
The Submarine Zone Production Manager is responsible for ensuring that the production work assigned to their zone is completed on time and as per customer requirements. The Zone Production Manager possesses a specialization in one of the following trades; electrical, welding, pipefitting, mechanical, ship fitting or sheet metal and works closely with the Submarine Senior Production Manager in the management of the project and liaises closely with their Babcock Canada Incorporated Zone Leader. This role encompasses a wide level of responsibility, dependent on the incumbent’s experience, training and skills.
To be successful in this role
Skills and Knowledge and Required Competencies
On offer to youThe opportunity to make your mark is at Seaspan – both in career advancement and in building a legacy of ships for the Canadian Navy and Coast Guard. Seaspan is a progressive employer with a collaborative culture that supports health, safety and diversity.
Seaspan offers an attractive remuneration package with pension contributions and medical benefits. We also offer a generous relocation package to ensure a smooth transition for you and your family to Victoria, including travel and moving costs for you and your family. Seaspan will also support and fund work permit or permanent residency applications.
Seaspan is committed to Employment Equity, supports diversity in the worklplace, and encourages applications from all qualified individuals including, women, members of visible minorities, aboriginal persons, and persons with disabilities.
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