Engineer officers, water transport

National Occupation Code (NOC): 2274
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Alternate Job Titles

  • Apprentice Marine Engineer Officer
  • Assistant Engineer - Water Transport
  • Chief Engineer - Water Transport
  • Chief Marine Engineer - Water Transport
  • Coast Guard Vessel Chief Engineer
  • Coast Guard Vessel First Watchkeeping Engineer
  • Coast Guard Vessel Marine Engineer Officer
  • Coast Guard Vessel Second Engineer
  • Coast Guard Vessel Second Watchkeeping Engineer
  • Coast Guard Vessel Senior Engineer
  • Coast Guard Vessel Third Engineer
  • Coast Guard Vessel Third Watchkeeping Engineer
  • Engineer Officer - Water Transport
  • Factory Freezer Trawler Chief Marine Engineer
  • Factory Freezer Trawler First Engineer
  • Factory Freezer Trawler Second Engineer
  • Fishing Vessel Chief Engineer
  • Fishing Vessel Engineer Officer
  • Fourth Engineer - Water Transport
  • Junior Engineer - Water Transport
  • Marine Engineer Officer
  • Marine Engineer Officer - Water Transport
  • Marine Engineer Officer-cadet (except Armed Forces)
  • Marine Second Engineer - Water Transport
  • Marine Senior Engineer - Water Transport
  • Mobile Platform Chief Engineer - Offshore Drilling
  • Offshore Drilling Rig Marine Engineer Officer
  • Second Engineer
  • Second Engineer - Water Transport
  • Self-propelled Barge Marine Engineer Officer
  • Self-propelled Drilling Rig Chief Engineer
  • Self-propelled Drilling Rig First Engineer
  • Self-propelled Drilling Rig Marine Engineer Officer
  • Self-propelled Drilling Rig Second Engineer
  • Ship Engineer Officer
  • Third Engineer - Water Transport
  • Tugboat Engineer
  • Chief Engineer - Water Transport
  • Engineer Officer - Water Transport
  • Fourth Engineer - Water Transport
  • Marine Engineer Officer
  • Second Engineer
  • Third Engineer - Water Transport
  • Tugboat Engineer

Job Duties for Engineer officers, water transport

  • Operate main engines, machinery and all auxiliary equipment aboard ships, such as boilers, steering and deck machinery, motors, pumps, generators and condensers
  • Stand engine room watch, monitoring and noting performance of engines, machinery and all auxiliary equipment
  • Inspect and conduct maintenance and emergency repairs to engines, machinery and all auxiliary equipment
  • Supervise and co-ordinate the activities of the engine room crew
  • Maintain records and prepare reports on engine performance and failures.

Working Conditions for Engineer officers, water transport

Work is performed aboard marine vessels, which may be hazardous on account of open water and changing weather conditions. Safety measures are usually in place to prevent injury from tools and heavy machinery like engines.

Required Skills for Engineer officers, water transport

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  • Basic Safety Training
  • Interpersonal
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Organization

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