NOC 7532 – Water transport deck and engine room crew
To apply under NOC-7532 National Occupation Classification you must follow the roles and responsibilities of Water transport deck and engine room crew.
Required roles and responsibilities:-
Water transport deck and engine room crew perform some or all of the following duties:
- Stand watch and steer ship or self-propelled vessel under the direction of the officer on watch
- Operate, maintain and repair deck equipment such as winches, cranes, derricks and hawsers
- Assist ship engineer officers in performing routine maintenance work and repair to ship’s engine, machinery and auxiliary equipment
- Monitor engine, machinery and equipment indicators, record variables and report abnormalities to ship engineer officer on watch
- Lubricate moving parts of engines, machinery and auxiliary equipment
- Operate and maintain off-loading liquid pumps and valves
- Clean engine parts and keep engine room clean
- Clean, chip and paint deck surfaces
- Handle mooring lines, and splice and repair ropes, wire cables and cordage.
You can also see the required titles to apply as a Water transport deck and engine room crew
NOC 7532 – Water transport deck and engine room crew: example titles.
- able seaman/woman (except armed forces)
- barge deckhand
- boatswain – water transport
- boiler tender – ships
- deckhand – ships
- dredge deckhand
- engine and boiler room crew member – ships
- engine room crew member – ship
- engine room greaser – marine
- engine room greaser – water transport
- engine room mechanical assistant – ships
- ferryboat deckhand
- helmsman/woman – water transport
- log boom tugboat deckhand
- marine engine oiler
- marine engineering mechanic
- marine engineering technician
- marine oiler
- mechanical assistant – water transport
- ordinary seaman/woman (except armed forces)
- pump seaman/woman
- pumpman/woman – ships
- ship boiler tender
- ship engine room greaser
- ship engine room mechanical assistant
- ship stoker
- ship tunnel operator
- ship tunnelman/woman
- ship watchman/woman
- ship’s carpenter
- stoker – ships
- tanker pumper – ship
- tugboat deckhand
- Some secondary school education is required.
- On-the-job training is provided.
- Training and testing for various endorsements and certification, including the Marine Emergency Duty (MED) certificate, occur following employment as a deck crew member.
- Senior positions in this unit group, such as able seaman/woman, require experience.
- Progression to deck or ship engineer officer positions is possible with experience, additional training and deck officer certification by Transport Canada.
- Deck officers, water transport (2273)
- Engineer officers, water transport (2274)
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