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.

Sous Chef

MV Bluefort – Mozambique, Africa

Bridgemans MV Bluefort is currently seeking a driven SOUS CHEF to join our floatel team in Mozambique, Africa working on an LNG project.

At Bridgemans Services, our approach to Human Resources begins with selecting the best candidates to join our global team of service professionals committed to providing extraordinary experiences that put our clients first.

As a member of our Galley team you will have the opportunity to create lasting memories for every resident, ensuring the best quality and preparation of day to day meals and ensuring a product is to Bridgemans standard.

Key Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Executive Chef and The Master, responsibilities and essential job functions include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Directs food preparation and collaborates with executive chef.
  • Responsible for quality, quantity, attractiveness, and correctness of all food items served as per company’s standards.
  • Assists Executive Chef with developing and implementing all menu cycles for food service onboard the ship.
  • Assists the Executive Chef in directing, supervising, and training of all employees assigned to the kitchen organization.
  • Follows specific guidelines for orientation of all new hires.
  • Responsible for the production and service of safe, wholesome, high quality and attractive food for the passengers and crew.
  • Responsible for checking that quantity and quality of items ordered from stores are received and stored in proper condition according to procedures and thereafter used in accordance to standard recipes, reporting any discrepancies to the Executive Chef.
  • Prepares food properly according to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Works closely with department heads in passenger service and other areas.
  • Follows the provided checklist and cleaning schedule to accomplish the inspection objectives.
  • Practices visible management during all meal hours to ensure an efficient food operation for both passengers and crew.

 

Hours & Working Environment :
Typical working hours are 10 hours per day, but additional hours may be required, and you will be paid a flat day rate. Single room accommodations and meals are provided along with all travel to and from project. You would be living and working on board the ship for your full rotation. Shoreside access is not accessible at any time. Proper PPE is to be always worn and strictly following project requirements.

 

 Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of various cooking methods, ingredients, and procedures
  • Management skills
  • Familiarity with industry’s best practices
  • Leadership
  • Time-management skills
  • Decision making
  • Handles pressure
  • Deals with uncertainty

 

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Formal culinary training
  • Previous Experience working on a vessel offshore on rotations

 

Key Requirements / Certifications:

  • Valid Passport
  • Seamans Book
  • STCW
  • Certificate of Competency / Proficiency
  • Medical Certificate
  • Yellow Fever Vaccination
  • Ability to clear a drug and alcohol test. Potential random tests throughout employment may occur
  • Excellent comprehension and command of the English Language (written and verbal)

 

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

  • Constant standing and walking throughout shift
  • Frequent lifting and carrying up to 50 lbs
  • Frequent kneeling, pushing, pulling, lifting
  • Occasional ascending or descending ladders, stairs and ramps

 

Vessel Safety Compliance:
As a member of the crew, you are required to participate in all safety and security related training, exercises and other duties as assigned by the Master and vessel.

Management. Your primary role onboard the vessel is the safety and security of your workspace, equipment, all persons onboard and the vessel in general.

Employee Status: Rotational Full Time 12/6 (12 weeks on 6 weeks off)

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Workboat / Tug Master 150T

Kitimat, BC

Position Description:
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.

Key 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

 

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Master 60T Captain

Kitimat, BC

We are currently seeking Master 60T Captain to join our growing team in Kitimat, BC. Reporting to the Operations Manager, The Master / Captain are responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the vessel and the crew on the vessel and to take action necessary to ensure the safety of life, of the vessel, and the prevention of marine pollution while working within the established health and safety guidelines, and policies and procedures of the Company.

Key Responsibilities

  • Ensure the vessel is operated with a focus on efficiency, minimizing fuel and supplies waste during operation by minimizing idling and other wasteful activities.
  • Ensure compliance with local project rules as issued by the client; Operate the vessel in full compliance of regulatory, seafaring and BMT standard operating procedures and policies;
  • Ensure that vessel have required inventory of fuel and ship spares;
  • Complete pre-departure checks and inspections at regular intervals;
  • Provide daily reports for each vessel on fuel, labour and other requirements as per policy and client billing, including damage and incident reporting;
  • Complete all handover logs, documents, reports, and action requests and ensure vessel handover is completed with incoming captain and crew at end of shift
  • At the direction of the Operations Manager, oversee and assist with day to day general maintenance;
  • Ensure safety, health and welfare of all crew and passengers on board.
  • Ensure crew levels are sufficient for successful operations pursuant to Safe Manning for the vessel, coordinate with Operations Manager
  • Provide verbal and written performance reviews of all crew to the Operations Manager in support of the performance management of crew
  • Support the skills development of crew, ensuring adequate support, training and development of additional competencies by acting as a mentor for crew and providing training at the direction of the Operations Manager
  • Maintain a positive tone within the team and work cooperatively through personal behaviour, work contribution and the sharing of expertise and knowledge;
  • Act as an ambassador for Bridgemans Marine Transport in all dealings with the public, management and team members.

 

Qualifications

  • Three (3) years relevant experience preferred
  • Valid Transport Canada <60T Certificate of Competency, suitably endorsed
  • 60T Master to hold Valid Small Vessel Marine Operators (SVMO / SVMO-R) Certificate of Competency
  • Valid Seafarers Medical certificate
  • MED A2 / MED A3 and ROC-MC
  • Advanced First Aid an asset
  • Ability to clear a drug and alcohol test prior to hiring and potential random tests throughout employment without prior notice;
  • Excellent comprehension and command of the English language; (written & verbal);

 

We thank all applicants but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Drug & Alcohol testing is completed prior to an offer of employment.

Must be legally able to work in Canada.

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