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Port inspection diver – Reserve Force

Canadian Forces Recruiting Centre

This is a Contract position in Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, QC posted November 18, 2020.

Looking for full-time or part-time work?

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Consult this list to find out what trades are available in your area: http://bit.ly/reservetrades JOB DESCRIPTION: By applying for this job offer, you are applying for a MILITARY JOB.

Port Inspection Divers use compressed air breathing apparatus (CABA) to perform various underwater searches, surveys and inspections, primarily for the purpose of port security.

Port security is one aspect of Maritime Coastal Operations conducted to ensure the maritime security of the nation.

Port Inspection Divers often work in conjunction with naval port security teams to provide underwater skill sets in support of the sovereignty and safety of Canada’s numerous ports, harbours and waterways, and may also be deployed outside Canada for operations or exercises.

Before applying, it is strongly recommended to look at the online descriptive information as well as the video for your selected trade: http://bit.ly/FAC226E3 TASKS: Port Inspection Divers have the following responsibilities: Underwater searches and harbour/sea bottom surveys Inspections of jetties and ships’ hulls Identification of surface and underwater explosive devices Participating in mine counter measure (MCM) operations Performing underwater search and recovery operations Performing underwater photography Recognizing diving or pressure-related illnesses Providing assistance to civil authorities when required during domestic operations WORKING ENVIRONMENT: In most cases, Reserve Force members serve on a part-time basis within a military unit in their community and may perform evening and weekend service, while in school or in civilian employment.

They may also serve by holding full-time positions within certain units for specified periods.

They are paid during their instruction.

They are not subjected to military assignments or relocations.

However, they can volunteer to move to another base or to deploy in Canada or abroad on military missions.

They make an important contribution to the success of military operations at home and abroad.

To know more about the rates of pay: http://bit.ly/CAFPay19 BENEFITS: Pension plan Dental coverage at 90%, three months after being hired Continuing education Tuition reimbursement Uniform and equipment provided Flexible work schedule that adapts to your school schedule or your civil work Full time summer job from May 1st to August 31st Competitive salary