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Weir Marine Engineering is currently looking for a Mechanical Engineer to work in the Ship Survivability team. This permanent position is based in Montreal (QC) in the borough of LaSalle.
Since 1953, Weir has operated and managed the Naval Engineering Test Establishment (NETE), a Department of National Defence (DND) facility located in Montreal with operations also in Ottawa/Gatineau, Halifax and Victoria. Over 300 personnel are currently employed by Weir at NETE, supporting the Royal Canadian Navy and DND with test and evaluation services in a wide variety of technical areas.
The Ship Survivability team is part of the Combat and Control Systems section. It is responsible for the evaluation and validation of shipboard equipment & systems performance and compliance to military requirements.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Health & Safety : Key Responsibilities & Requirements:
Certifications, Licenses, Registrations, Special Skills:
To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following core competencies: