Check Out These Great Marine Industry Career Opportunities!

 

Employers are looking for technicians, parts people, sales and marketing professionals, yacht brokers, boat builders and even Government employees – there are great marine industry career opportunities right here in our Boating Industry Canada News Week – Career Opportunities section.

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October 19, 2017 

Position: Technical Account Manager / Service School Instructor

Location: Mercury Marine Limited, Milton and South-Western Ontario

Description & Scope of Work:  The primary functions of this position are to manage a service territory to enhance dealer capabilities and customer satisfaction; provide dealer and retail customers with technical / service support assistance; customer relations; and warranty adjustments.  This position also entails leading and instructing service school attendees on MerCruiser products and other product lines.

Qualifications & Compensation:  Strong knowledge of marine industry; certified Mercury / MerCruiser Technician; willingness to travel five days a week and some weekend work may be required for shows and tournaments.  Company vehicle and benefits provided.

Contact:  Please email resume in Word format to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., with subject as Technical Account Manager / Instructor.

 


September 8, 2017

Position: Assistant Service Manager

Location: Crate's Lake Country Boats, Orillia, ON

Description & Scope of Work: 

Crate's Lake Country Boats is an exclusive dealer for Regal, Cruisers and Pursuit boats with models from 19 to 60 feet. We are looking for a dedicated individual with substantial experience in marina / dealership service operations. Dealing with the retail public and other internal departments in a thriving boat dealership, this individual will work closely with, and report directly to, the Service Manager. The Assistant Service Manager will be responsible for a wide range of duties within the department including: estimating, quoting, invoicing, scheduling, dispatching personnel and other critical tasks. An absolute commitment to superior customer service is the foundation of Crate's business and a crucial trait in anyone applying for this position. If you truly understand what great customer service is all about and want to be part of a close-knit team on the cutting-edge of technology, Crate's Lake Country Boats could be the perfect fit for you! Industry-specific experience is a must. Competitive wage and benefits package available based on experience.

Job Type: Full Time

Required Experience: Marina/Boat Dealership Service Writing/Management: 3 Years

Required Certification/License: Driver's License

How to Apply: Contact Jason Crate at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


 

September 8, 2017

Position: Sales – Business Development Manager

Location: 
Mercury Marine Limited, Manitoba and North-Western Ontario

Description & Scope of Work: 

The primary functions of this position are to manage and grow an existing network of Marine Dealers in Manitoba and North-Western Ontario, increase market share and achieve sales goals and targets. Other responsibilities include providing top customer service, reporting and conducting product knowledge training. This position entails traveling within the sales territory.

Qualifications & Compensation: 

Strong knowledge of marine industry, marine engines and small business is required. Marine technical experience an asset. Company vehicle and benefits provided. Full compensation package negotiable based on skills and qualifications.

Contact: Please email resume in Word format to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., with subject as Business Development Manager.

 


 

September 8, 2017

Marine Hardware Associate

Denny Island, BC

We are hiring a Marine Hardware Associate to join our growing team of skilled hospitality specialists and marine professionals!

Responsibilities:

·         We are looking for an experienced retail associate to process sales and provide a high level of customer service in our Marine Hardware Store

·         Assist customers with finding product and taking payment

·         Research and place special orders

·         Stock shelves, help manage inventory, keep the store organized & clean

·         Update work orders, perform merchandise returns, fill propane tanks

·         Assist the Manager with administrative functions

·         Coordinate and communicate effectively with team members in the store and other departments

 

Requirements:

·         At least one year of retail sales experience including POS

·         At least one year of customer service experience

·         Ability to multi-task and adapt quickly in a fast-paced environment

·         Product knowledge of marine, electrical, plumbing, and fishing OR willingness to learn

·         Proficient on computers including MS Office, Excel, and Word

·         Physically fit to lift up to 50 pounds

This is a relocation position where you will live and work in our community year round.

Rewards:

·         Competitive wages with starting rates based on experience

·         Relocation costs from Vancouver or Vancouver Island are subsidized

·         Subsidized accommodation available from $150-$300/month

·         Flexible work environment and opportunity for growth in the company

If you feel you have the qualifications listed above and would be a great addition to our team, we would love to hear from you!

Please email your resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


 

September 8, 2017

Position available: Marine Technician

Location:

Georges Marine & Sports in Kingston

We provided a great work environment with many benefits and a team centric way of thinking.

Training is always provided and always continual,

Qualifications: 

certified in Volvo, Mercury/Mercruiser and has at least 2 years in the industry.

Contact Info:

Please contact our service manager Peter Kane at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


September 8, 2017


Position Available:
Hornblower Niagara Cruises is looking for a Mate!

Our Mate, under direct supervision of the Captain, operates Transport Canada inspected passenger vessels in the Niagara Gorge in a manner that ensures the safety and security of the crew and passengers, enjoyment of the passengers, and respect for the environment. During the shoulder season and outside of operating season, the Mate may assist with maintenance and repair projects to vessels and facilities, and other special projects as directed. A flexible schedule is a must. Schedule includes evenings, weekends and holidays.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
· as the Mate of the vessel, operates the vessel with due regard for the Hornblower Niagara Cruises (HNC) Safety Management System (SMS) and ISO Respect Management System, the Vessel Security Plan, proper Standards of Watch keeping and in accordance with the practice of good seamanship
· directly supervises Deckhands and other crew members
· coaches and teaches crew members to assist in their professional development
· routinely inspects all areas of the vessel for unsafe conditions, assists in accident investigations and reports, and makes safety announcements to ensure the safety and comfort of the crew and passengers
· participates in emergency drills in accordance with Transport Canada regulations, the Safety Management System, and Vessel Security Plan
· maintains vessel operations and maintenance logs, paying particular attention to proper recording of incidents and irregularities. Additionally maintains personnel reports in cooperation with Captain
· ensures a clean workplace (i.e. restrooms, garbage, common areas, wheelhouse and gangways)
· assists with daily training talks
· shall not operate the vessel if any critical systems as laid out in the Safety Management System are not functioning or if in the Captains professional evaluation conditions are unsafe for operation
· support Facilities, Guest Experience, and all other departments as required

IDEAL CANDIDATE HAS:
· Mate 150 Gross Tonnage, Domestic
· Small Vessel Machinery Operator (Training provided)
· current Marine Advanced First Aid
· current (within previous two (2) years) Transport Canada approved medical
· minimum one (1) year of shipboard experience required
· customer service experience an asset
· knowledge of a foreign language is helpful
· Ships Security Officer Certificate an asset
· SVOP or Limited Master Certificate an asset
· the ability to successfully complete a criminal background check

Compensation:

· Competitive compensation and benefits package (year round)
· Contract employment
Contact information: niagaracruises.com/careers or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website: niagaracruises.com


 

September 8, 2017


Posting available:
Captain – Boat Tour to Niagara Falls (in the Niagara Gorge)

Location of Work: Niagara Falls, Ontario

Description and scope of work:

Our Captains lead the daily operation of the vessel with a focus on safety, security and creating amazing guest experiences. During the shoulder season and outside of our operating season, the Captain may assist with maintenance and repair projects to vessels and facilities, and other special projects as directed. A flexible schedule is a must. Schedule includes evenings, weekends, holidays and some overtime.

· As the Master in command of the vessel, safely operates the vessel with due regard for the Hornblower Niagara Cruises (HNC) Safety Management System (SMS) and ISO Respect Management System, the Vessel Security Plan, proper Standards of Watch keeping and in accordance with the practice of good seamanship
· Acts as a role model; directly supervises the Mate, Deckhands, and other crew members
· Coaches and teaches crew members to assist them in their professional development
· Routinely inspects all areas of the vessel for unsafe conditions, performs accident investigations, files accident investigation reports and makes safety announcements to ensure the safety and comfort of the crew and passengers
· Routinely conducts and records emergency drills
· Maintains vessel operations and maintenance logs
· Leads daily training talks set forth by the ISO, Safety Management System and Vessel Security Plan
· Ensures that every person who is employed in a position onboard has the required Canadian maritime documents

Minimum qualifications:
· Master 150 Gross Tonnage, Domestic
· Small Vessel Machinery Operator (Training provided)
· Current Marine Advanced First Aid
· Current (within previous two (2) years) Transport Canada approved medical
· Minimum five (5) years of commercial boat handling experience required
· Customer service experience an asset
· Knowledge of a foreign language is helpful
· Post-Secondary education preferred
· Familiarity with Microsoft Office an asset
· Ship Security Officer Certificate an asset
· Current Ontario Driver’s license and satisfactory driving record an asset
· The ability to successfully complete a criminal background check

Compensation:

· Competitive compensation and benefits package (year round)
· Contract employment
Contact information: niagaracruises.com/careers or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website: niagaracruises.com


 

September 8, 2017

Position available or Job Title: Marine Service Technician


Location of work:
Nordmanner Marine Services, Montreal, Quebec (West Island).

Description of Work:
Nordmänner Marine Services is a fully mobile boat repair company. We are in the business of structural and cosmetic repairs, refits, and maintenance of marine vessels. We define fully mobile as: transportation of all tools, materials and labour to the boat’s location. We are looking for marine service technician’s that can conduct structural and cosmetic repairs on marine vessels. This includes modification, refits, repair, upgrade and maintenance. We work with wood, fiberglass, composites, and metal. We are looking for people who have: Have technical marine experience and can troubleshoot and address issues on location. Understand the importance of customer service. Can work in teams and independently. Are prepared to go above and beyond what is expected of them. We are looking for people who want to work with us, not for us.

Sand, scrape, clean and prepare all wood, fiberglass and metal parts on all assigned marine vessels.
Removal and installation of parts.
Removal of anti-foul and application of anti-foul.
Clean, polish, and refinish marine vessels.
Repair of marine fiberglass.
Application of epoxy, two part paints, and varnishes.
Design, cut and install marine fenestration.
Repair and refit keel and rudder.
Special working conditions:
We work outside in the elements. You must be prepared to work in the hot, cold, rain and wind.
We do work on weekends, depending on our clients.
We do work long hours.
This is a dirty job.
We will supply mask filters, work suits, and sport drinks as needed.

Requirements:
At least 18 years old, CPR / First Aid
Fiberglass
Resins and gelcoats and gelcoat repairs. Non-skid surfaces. Paint
Fin and keel structural repairs
Window design, cut and install
Osmosis and blistering
Wood structure and uses in boats. Wood decay and deterioration in wood boats. Wood repairs and fairing
Paints and varnishes. Antifoul coatings. Waterline and hull stripes
Hand tools. Portable tools. Stationary power tools. Spray equipment. Fasteners. Abrasives
Marine trade math basics.
Boat yard safety.
Drivers license with a clean record.
You need to have a 3m half-mask.
Good physical fitness.

Contact Info:

Company Hours of Operation: Sunday to Friday 10:00 - 5:00 (Seasonal)
Compensation: Based on experience (Room and board can be arranged)

If you are interested, we need you to do the following:
Check us out at www.nordmanner.com,
Send us a cover letter, to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., telling us why you are interested in this job and why you are the best candidate.
A resume, that show us your past work experience, AND,
A link to a 60-second elevator pitch video.
An elevator pitch is a 60-second video telling us why you are the best candidate for this job - be creative.
Post your video on youtube with a name like: Nordmanner elevator pitch
Send us the link.
We will only look at candidates that show us they can follow those four details.


  

September 8, 2017

Position available: Standards and Regulations Officer (GT-05) 

Location: 

 NCR / RCN

Responsibilities: 

Develops and maintains policies, procedures, guidelines and reports as part of the Small Vessel Manufacturers and Importers Compliance Program. This Program ensures  small vessels  manufactured within or imported into Canada, meet all regulatory construction standards.  Reviews declarations of conformity to ensure compliance.

Qualifications: 

A secondary school diploma OR an acceptable combination of education, training and/or experience.

Experience working with Canadian standards and regulations related to small commercial vessels, fishing vessels or pleasure craftconstruction or equipment*.

Significant ** experience:

a) Working at a boatyard or other facility in the manufacture, rebuilding or repair of small commercial vessels, fishing vessels, pleasure craft or their related equipment OR
b) The surveying of small commercial vessels, fishing vessels, pleasure craft or their related equipment.

Experience in analyzing and preparing documents such as compliance reports, quality assurance checklists or other documents related to compliance.

Knowledge of Canadian policies, standards or regulations related to small commercial vessels, fishing vessels, or pleasure craft.

Knowledge of industry standards for small commercial vessels, fishing vessels, or pleasure craft construction or equipment* .

Definitions
*Equipment is the propulsion machinery or electrical system, or other machinery or system fitted on board of small commercial vessels, fishing vessels or pleasure craft.*
**Significant experience is a minimum of three years.

Compensation:

Pay rate starting at $66,477.00

Contact Info:

Ian Campbell, Manager, Small and Fishing Vessels, Design and Equipment Standards and Boating Safety at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or at 613-998-0652. 

All job applications must be submitted through the Public Service Resourcing System 

 

https://emploisfp-psjobs.cfp-psc.gc.ca/psrs-srfp/applicant/page1800?poster=1039209

 


 

September 8, 2017

Position available: Marine Tech Inboard / Outboard Mechanic

Location: 

 Denny Island, BC (Central Coast)

Responsibilities: 

 We are seeking an adventurous Marine Mechanic to work in our Inboard / Outboard Shop. Our shop specializes in Volvo but we also do other work. This job will include internal boat maintenance and repair on our fleet of water taxis as well as charge out work on customers inboard and outboard motors.

Qualifications:

  • Certified Marine Volvo Mechanic (a HUGE asset)
    - Minimum 4 years of Marine Technician experience
    - Minimum 2 years of Inboard Marine Mechanic experience
    - Minimum 2 years of Outboard Marine Mechanic experience
    - Experience working on both diesel and gas engines
    - Able to train and work independently
    - Physically fit for this line of work
    - Must be flexible and open to perform other tasks and duties as needed
    - Own tools
    - Willingness to live in a small town and semi-remote area

Compensation: 
Depending on experience + Benefits

Contact Info:

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., explaining why you think this position is right for you.

Louise Boruck

 


 

September 8, 2017

Position available: Marine Parts Ordering Clerk

Location: 

Denny Island, BC (Central Coast)

Responsibilities: 

- Research and place special orders
- Assist marine techs in filling parts requests
- Cashier, stocking, cleaning, and customer service
- Fill propane tanks, receive stock, inventory, etc.
- Update work orders, merchandise returns, warranties and fishing licenses

  • 1+ years Cashier POS experience
    - 1+ years Sales / Retail experience
    - 2+ years Customer Service experience
    - 2+ years clerical experience (MS Excel and MS Word)
    - Ordering experience a huge asset
    - Product knowledge of marine: electrical, plumbing, fishing (asset)
    - Past experience around boats, fishing and marine environment (asset)
    - Strong customer service, communication skills, and computer skills
    - Able to be both team member and work independently
    - Physically fit to lift up to 50 pounds
    - Comfortable with a relocation to a semi-remote community

Compensation: 

$14.00 DOE + Benefits

Contact Info:

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., explaining why you think this position is right for you.


Louise Boruck

 

 

September 8, 2017

Position available: Sales and Client Relationship Manager

Location: Muskoka Lakes Marine – Rosseau, ON


Responsibilities: 

This position will be responsible for but not limited to:

Customer Service
Our Marina has great clients who want great service. Your highest priority will require you to develop a thorough knowledge of our clients and ensure we are providing them with professional and diversified set of services to ensure they have a stress free experience on the lake.

Sales and Marketing
Knowledge of our clients allows us to understand what they need. The successful candidate will be responsible for client relationship management, marketing and sales programs required to grow our existing lines and sales of new boats and marine products. You will be challenged to explore and develop new lines of services, products and areas of business that ensure our business is growing, interesting and competitive.

Staff Hiring and Training
This position will be responsible for working with the ownership team to ensure the Marina has the right sales team with the requisite training to ensure we maximize sales, promote and provide excellent services for our clients and expand our product lines.

Business Planning/Strategic Planning
You will be a key member on the management team in developing and monitoring the annual business plan, setting sales goals and operating budgets and monitoring progress throughout the year. You will work with the ownership team to help develop strategies for new services that our Marina can offer our clients in the future.

Qualifications:

We are looking for an energetic candidate who is hard working with excellent communication and people skills. Interested candidates should identify relevant college, university, business or marine related experience that would be utilized to succeed in this role.

Contact Info:

Please submit your applications for employment or resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


 

September 8, 2017

Position available: Controller

Location: Georges Marine & Sports, Eastern Ontario


Responsibilities: 

• Manage all financial and accounting operations and maintain accounting policies and procedures
• Oversee the accounting operations including control systems and transaction processing operations
• Coordinate the preparation of the budget and financial forecast, cash flow and report variances
• Prepare monthly financial statements and regulatory reporting
• Manage the month-end and year-end close process
• Comply with government reporting requirements and tax filings
• Interface with outside audit firms, banks and lessors, casualty/liability insurance agents, credit card companies etc.
• Develop business processes to maintain and strengthen internal controls
• Calculate and issue financial and operating metrics
• Provide financial analyses as needed and recommend benchmarks to measure the performance of operations
• Monitor debt levels
• Control and operation of staff payroll
• Control and overseeing of management/accounting software
• All other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

• 5+ years of experience with a degree in Accounting or Business Administration
• CPA or CMA designation preferred
• Knowledge of accounting principles and procedures and experience creating financial statements
• Strong team management
• Familiar with dealership management software

The ideal candidate would live in reasonable proximity to the Marina.

Compensation:

This is a salaried full-time position located on Lake Rosseau in the Muskoka Lakes region. 

Contact Info

Please send resumes to the president Jeff Wilcox  - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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