CULTURE

The Bridgemans culture is focused on care for people, responsible business practices, and commitments to learning, community and environment. Bridgemans Puts You First.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

Bridgemans is committed to being an equal opportunities employer. Team members are recruited and promoted based on their personal competencies, contribution and potential.

TEAMWORK

Each employee contributes to our growth and success. At Bridgemans you will become part of a team that embraces hard work, values commitment, and has fun along the way.

Workboat Marine Engineer (SVMO)

Kitimat, BC

Bridgemans Marine Transport (a division of Bridgemans Services Group) has exciting new employment opportunities for qualified Marine Personnel on projects throughout Western Canada. Bridgemans’ fleet is expanding with new vessels unique to Canada and therefore seek the following:

ENGINEER
Preferred Class 4 Engineer but will consider SVMO if they have extensive experience with:

  • Anchor handling
  • Marine construction
  • Marine crane operating
  • Towing/barge moving


Summary of Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Operations Manager responsibilities and essential job functions include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Safe and efficient operation of the vessel and the safety, health and welfare of all crew and passengers on board
  • Cargo operation
  • Navigation
  • Crew Management
  • Compliance with Transport Canada policies, local laws and project regulations
  • Maintaining ship’s certificates and documentation
  • Compliance with local project rules as issued by the client
  • Vessel inventory
  • Accident / incident / injury / illness reporting
  • Sending vessel daily reports and monthly reports
  • Ensuring all machinery is operable
  • Reporting defects
  • Oversight and assistance with day to day general maintenance

 

Physical Aspects of Position (includes but are not limited to):

  • Constant standing and walking throughout shift
  • Frequent kneeling, pushing, pulling, lifting
  • Climbing in and out of vessels, walking on floating pontoons and standing on a vessel in a seaway
  • Ability to work in adverse weather conditions
  • Safety oriented and willing and able to work in a multi-cultural environment

 

Schedule:
The above positions are based on a 30/30 rotational schedule located in Kitimat British Columbia. If you are not local or willing to relocate to the area, travel and accommodation will be provided for the duration of the shift.

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Workboat Master 500T

Kitimat, BC

The Master is responsible for the vessel and authorized to take any action, which may be considered necessary for the safety of the vessel and / or the prevention of marine pollution. However, where the above does not apply, the Master cannot overrule the company’s policies and associated requirements / commitments without a properly authorised concession.

The Master is to be an ambassador for Bridgemans and our safety management system in their personal conduct and the conduct of the crew.

Preferred Master < 500T but will consider Master < 150T with the following experience:

  • Anchor handling
  • Marine construction
  • Marine crane operating
  • Barge operations – towing/pushing
  • Crew mentoring

Required Certifications:

  • Transport Canada – Candidate Data Number (CDN)
  • Transport Canada – Suitably endorsed (150T / 500T)
  • Radio Operators Certificate – Marine Commercial (ROC-MC)
  • Marine Basic or Advanced First Aid (MBFA) / (MAFA)
  • Valid Seafarers Medical certificate (MMC)
  • Ability to clear a drug and alcohol test prior to hiring with addition to randomly without prior notice

Summary of Responsibilities: Reporting to the Operations Manager responsibilities and essential job functions include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Safe and efficient operation of the vessel and the safety, health and welfare of all crew and passengers on board
  • Cargo operation
  • Navigation
  • Crew Management
  • Compliance with Transport Canada policies, local laws and project regulations
  • Maintaining ship’s certificates and documentation
  • Compliance with local project rules as issued by the client
  • Vessel inventory
  • Accident / incident / injury / illness reporting
  • Sending vessel daily reports and monthly reports
  • Ensuring all machinery is operable
  • Reporting defects
  • Oversight and assistance with day to day general maintenance

Physical Aspects of Position (includes but are not limited to):

  • Constant standing and walking throughout shift
  • Frequent kneeling, pushing, pulling, lifting
  • Climbing in and out of vessels, walking on floating pontoons and standing on a vessel in a seaway
  •  Ability to work in adverse weather conditions
  • Safety oriented and willing and able to work in a multi-cultural environment

Schedule:
The above positions are based on a 28/28 rotational schedule located in Kitimat, British Columbia. If you are not local or willing to relocate to the area, travel and accommodation will be provided for the duration of the shift.

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Workboat Master 60T and 150T

Kitimat, BC

The Master is responsible for the vessel and authorized to take any action, which may be considered necessary for the safety of the vessel and / or the prevention of marine pollution. However, where the above does not apply, the Master cannot overrule the company’s policies and associated requirements / commitments without a properly authorized concession.

The Master is to be an ambassador for Bridgemans and our safety management system in their personal conduct and the conduct of the crew.

Summary of Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Operations Manager responsibilities and essential job functions include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Safe and efficient operation of the vessel and the safety, health and welfare of all crew and passengers on board
  • Cargo operation
  • Navigation
  • Crew Management
  • Compliance with Transport Canada policies, local laws and project regulations
  • Maintaining ship’s certificates and documentation
  • Compliance with local project rules as issued by the client
  • Vessel inventory
  • Accident / incident / injury / illness reporting
  • Sending vessel daily reports and monthly reports
  • Ensuring all machinery is operable
  • Reporting defects
  • Oversight and assistance with day to day general maintenance

Physical Aspects of Position (includes but are not limited to):

  • Constant standing and walking throughout shift
  • Frequent kneeling, pushing, pulling, lifting
  • Climbing in and out of vessels, walking on floating pontoons and standing on a vessel in a seaway
  • Ability to work in adverse weather conditions
  • Safety oriented and willing and able to work in a multi-cultural environment

Required Certification

  • Transport Canada – Candidate Data Number (CDN)
  • Small Vessel Operators Proficiency (SVOP) – (Only applicable for 60T)
  • Transport Canada <60T Certificate of Competency – suitably endorsed (60T / 150T / 500T)
  • Small Vessel Machinery Operators (SVMO-U / SVMO-R) Certificate of Competency
  • Marine emergency Duties Domestic Vessel Safety (MED A2 / DVS)
  • Radio Operators Certificate – Marine Commercial (ROC-MC)
  • Marine Basic or Advanced First Aid (MBFA) / (MAFA)
  • Proficiency in Survival Craft other than fast rescue craft (unrestricted/Restricted)(PSC/PSC-R)
  • Valid Seafarers Medical certificate (MMC)
  • Ability to clear a drug and alcohol test prior to hiring with addition to randomly without prior notice

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Workboat SVOP

Kitimat, BC

Position Outline:

The SVOP Captain is to be an ambassador for Bridgemans and our safety management system in their personal conduct and the conduct of the crew.

Summary of Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Operations Manager responsibilities and essential job functions include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Safe and efficient operation of the vessel and the safety, health and welfare of all crew and passengers on board
  • Cargo operation
    Navigation
  • Crew Management
  • Compliance with Transport Canada policies, local laws and project regulations
  • Maintaining ship’s certificates and documentation
  • Compliance with local project rules as issued by the client
  • Vessel inventory
  • Accident / incident / injury / illness reporting
  • Sending vessel daily reports and monthly reports
  • Ensuring all machinery is operable
  • Reporting defects
  • Oversight and assistance with day to day general maintenance

Physical Aspects of Position (includes but are not limited to):

  • Constant standing and walking throughout shift
  • Frequent kneeling, pushing, pulling, lifting
  • Climbing in and out of vessels, walking on floating pontoons and standing on a vessel in a seaway
  • Ability to work in adverse weather conditions
  • Safety oriented and willing and able to work in a multi-cultural environment

Required Certification:

  • Transport Canada – Candidate Data Number (CDN)
  • Small Vessel Operators Proficiency (SVOP)
  • Marine emergency Duties Domestic Vessel Safety (MED A2 / DVS)
  • Radio Operators Certificate – Marine Commercial (ROC-MC)
  • Marine Basic or Advanced First Aid (MBFA) / (MAFA)
  • Valid Seafarers Medical certificate (MMC)
  • Ability to clear a drug and alcohol test prior to hiring with addition to randomly without prior notice

Desired Certification:

  • Small Vessel Machinery Operators (unrestricted/Restricted) (SVMO-U / SVMO-R)
  • Proficiency in Survival Craft other than fast rescue craft (unrestricted/Restricted) (PSC/PSC-R)
  • Occupational First Aid – level 3 (OFA3)

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Workboat Deckhand

Kitimat, BC

Position Outline: 
The Deckhand is to be an ambassador for Bridgemans and our safety management system in their personal conduct as part of the crew.

Summary of Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Master responsibilities and essential job functions include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Safety of passengers during embarking, disembarking and when underway
  • Verifying that clients are wearing the project required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) before boarding the vessel
  • Assisting clients during loading/unloading equipment to and from the vessel both onshore and offshore
  • Perform safety induction of clients
  • Monitor transfer of client cargo and record as required
  • Record client transfers for DPR as required by Master
  • Operate crane and perform cargo handling (Rigger/Banksman) if certified, as required
  • Deck duties
  • Daily sanitation of deck, galley, fridge, microwave oven, main cabin, lavatories
  • Maintenance as directed by the Master and according to the Planned Maintenance System
  • Both Master and Deckhand will work together to carry out engine and other vessel checks in accordance with the Daily Routine.
  • Oversight and assistance with day to day general maintenance

Physical Aspects of Position (includes but are not limited to):

  • Constant standing and walking throughout shift
  • Frequent kneeling, pushing, pulling, lifting
  • Climbing in and out of vessels, walking on floating pontoons and standing on a vessel in a seaway
  • Ability to work in adverse weather conditions
  • Safety oriented and willing and able to work in a multi-cultural environment

Required Certification:

  • Marine Emergency Duties A3 (MED A3)
  • Radio Operators Certificate – Marine (ROC-M)
  • Marine Basic or Advanced First Aid (MBFA) / (MAFA)
  • Valid Seafarers Medical certificate (MMC)
  • Ability to clear a drug and alcohol test prior to hiring with addition to randomly without prior notice

Desired Certification:

  • Transport Canada – Candidate Data Number (CDN)
  • Marine emergency Duties Domestic Vessel Safety (MED A2 / DVS)

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HSE Manager

Kitimat, BC

Summary of Responsibilities:

The HSE Manager is responsible for developing and applying HSE practices to the worksite, while providing oversight and leadership for the Bridgemans Marine Transport division including direction and implementation of company HSE procedures with contractual compliance; risk assessments; environmental hazard awareness.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provide health, safety, operational and environmental leadership to the site team in the best interest of BSG and its clients;
  • Help establish and implement policies, goals, objectives, and procedures, conferring with BSG, project partners, and staff members as necessary;
  • Plan and ensure that risk management techniques and methodologies are followed;
  • Conduct detailed post-incident investigations to determine root causes of incident. If necessary, attend all hearing, provide recommendations, action plans and follow up to ensure corrective measures are put in place to prevent future incidents.
  • Work with crew in a coaching and guidance role to increase field level safety knowledge and presence;

Key Deliverables:

  • Coordinates workplace audits and inspections to evaluate compliance with safety action plans, regulatory standards, best practices and BSG corporate policies. Provides recommendations for improvement and ensures that remediation processes are in place.
  • Routinely report HSE activities to BSG and the client – including regular safety meetings, incidents, communications, and other safety protocols;
  • Provide input and consultation on BSG procedures, including the Safety Management System and procedures related to Human Resources;
  • Provide leadership for the on-site emergency response team;
  • Co-ordinate on all matters pertaining to the safety of the vessel and personnel during emergency and / or crisis situations due to accidents, extreme weather conditions, vessel damage etc.

Position Requirements:

  • A minimum of 5 years occupational health and safety-related experience in a Marine setting. • Valid Class 5 drivers’ licence with a clean driver abstract.
  • Proven knowledge and experience within the Marine Industry;
  • Experience developing and implementing Safety Management Systems.
  • Excellent communication (verbal and written) and presentation skills, including the ability to effectively deliver training to diverse work groups.
  • Effective organizational skills and time management;
  • Intermediate level competency with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook;
  • Use of documentation as a primary means of defining the marine procedures to be followed, including development of relevant tools (for e.g. checklists, job hazard assessments, etc.);
  • Proven ability to adapt to different contexts, cultures and audiences (experience working with First Nations communities a plus).

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