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Reference number: MOT08J-009309-000096

Number of Jobs Being Offered: 13

Organization: Department of Transport

The organization will make the majority of requests for referrals by:

January 24, 2009

Job Description: . Provides point of contact for the recreational boating community and general public as uniformed field representative of Transport Canada Boating Safety.

. Delivers Transport Canada Boating Safety information and education programs at boat shows, marine events, marinas, public docks and boat launching ramps.

. Delivers presentations and distributes safety information to the general public, partners, and the recreational boating community in order to prevent marine incidents and increase safety awareness for the operators of small vessels.

. Performs boating safety related public services such as the Pleasure Craft Courtesy Check for operators of recreational vessels to ensure vessel meets Transport Canada minimum equipment safety standards as set out in the Canada Shipping Act, Small Vessel Regulations.

. Responsible for the safe operation and maintenance on specialized boating safety display vehicles, display trailers and towing vehicles. Maintains all vehicle records such as log books, gas purchases, vehicle accident reports and maintenance purchases and upkeep.

. Manages a travel budget in accordance with Treasury Board approved standards

. Builds regional boating safety client lists by maintaining daily records of contacts made at visits to boat shows, marine events and public boating sites.

. Maintains records of all contacts made during visits to boat shows, marine events and public boating sites. This information is submitted weekly and consolidated by the regional office of Transport Canada Boating Safety.

. Develops projected weekly work plan.

Work location:

Ontario Region: 3 in Sarnia, 2 in Collingwood, 2 in Ottawa and 2 in Thunder Bay to be staffed by Aboriginal people.

Prairie and Northern Region: 2 in Winnipeg, 2 in Edmonton

Hourly rates of pay: To be determined based on Treasury Board Secretariat student rates of pay.

Duration of employment: First week of May to last week of August 2009.

Academic Level: Post-Secondary




Skills: Ontario Region
. Pleasure Craft Operator's Card
. Valid First Aid Certificate - Standard
. Valid driver's license (automobile)

Skills: Prairie and Northern Region
. Valid driver's license (automobile)

Language Requirement:

Various language requirements and/or profiles

English for all locations, French also required for Ottawa students.

Information to be provided:
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Additional Information and Conditions of Employment:

Important messages

Successful completion of both an FSWEP work assignment and your educational program may lead to temporary or permanent federal public service positions for which you meet the merit criteria and conditions of employment.

We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Questions regarding travel and relocation.

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