Job Search Sites

The following sites are listed as possible sources of employment for CIMarE members:

Link

Description

Workopolis.com

Canada's biggest job site. (Bilingual)

Monster.ca

The Canadian version of the Monster job posting system. (Bilingual)

Working.com

Includes listings from Canadian newspapers across the country.

WorkSearch

A Service Canada job site.

Job Posting Guidelines

Contact Information

To post a job opening on the CIMarE website, simply e-mail the particulars of the opening to our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . This site will be the primary listing of Career Opportunities.

Content and Format

  1. Advertisements must be for a position directly related to the marine engineering profession.
  2. Please provide postings in MS Word or plain text for easy conversion into a format suitable for posting on the website. Alternatively, you can simply provide the website address of an existing advertisement, and we will provide a link to this.
  3. All graphics and icons, if any, should be submitted with the posting.
  4. Documents should include the name, address and email address for the applicant to reply to as well as a clear description of the position.
  5. The textual content may be edited for the website, and a brief summary of the position will be included in the website listing.

Example of a posting, showing typical format.

 

Cost

 

There is currently no charge for posting a position on this website.

 

Duration

For specific positions, normally the posting is kept in place for two months from time of posting or until we are informed that the opening has been filled. However these are only guidelines and we may at our discretion extend or shorten the duration. Please let us know if you want a job to be posted for a specific length of time.

 

Agencies

We accept job postings from agencies as well as employers.

 

Employer Notes

Notes

Do you have a marine engineering position to be filled? The members of the Canadian Institute of Marine Engineering are qualified marine engineers and are your best source for qualified people. Our website enjoys a healthy number of both visitors and members and we are about to launch an online version of our Marine Engineering Digest Newsletter to be posted to this website - and available for download. Job posting guidelines may be found here.

To post your opening on our website and newsletter, refer to our job posting guidelines. If you are interesting in having us link to a specific job opportunity on your website, please discuss with the Institute National Administrator.

Disclaimer

The Canadian Institute of Marine Engineers does not validate the sources obtained for employment opportunities posted, nor does it take responsibility for the content or for the opportunities provided.

There is no contractual requirement or obligation by either CIMarE, or any of its officers, executives, directors or members to post any or all career openings or to maintain anypostings on the Institute website.

Job Seeker Notes

Email notification

We can notify you automatically to let you know when a new career opportunity is listed on our website. To request this service send an e-mail to our National Administrator, with "Add to Job List" in the Subject Line and include your full name and CIMarE membership number in the body of the email. This service is available for current members of CIMarE only.

Where to send materials

Please send your CV and any job or career-related correspondence to the employer or agency indicated in the listing in which you are interested, NOT to CIMarE. The Institute National Administrator the Career Opportunities section of this website does not normally have any professional contact with the hiring companies.

Jobs Wanted

It is hoped that the Institute will be able soon to offer a service to members seeking employment to notify us and we will provide limited information on our site where potential employers may see the information and wish to contact our member.

Job Postings

Current Postings 

 

BCIT's MARINE ENGINEERING SCHOOL OF TRANSPORTATION LOOKING FOR INSTRUCTORS

 

BCIT is one of Canada‚Äôs largest post-secondary institutes, with more than 45,000 students enrolled in certificate, diploma, apprenticeship and degree programs.  The Marine Campus, conveniently located in North Vancouver, is a premier provider of marine training in Canada. Many instructors are marine engineers with worldwide and local experience, utilizing their extensive skills to deliver a wide variety of marine engineering courses.

 

The campus is currently seeking temporary, full-time and part-time Instructors to deliver a variety of Marine Engineering and electrical technology courses.  The ideal candidate will be able to bring industry experience into the classroom, develop course and program curriculum, deal with relevant operational and educational issues, and cultivate positive relationships with students.

To read the full listing, click here.

 

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