• Full-time
  • Type de candidature: Externe
  • Department: Frégate
  • Type de contrat: Temps complet

Company Description

Chantier Davie Canada Inc. is Canada’s largest shipbuilding and repair yard. Based on values such as success, dynamic, accountability and relationship.

You have a taste for adventure and want to start an exceptional career in an environment where you will have the opportunity to grow.

Come support the nation with us. We build and repair Canadian ships for the Department of National Defence, Transport Canada and the Canadian Coast Guard.

Job Description

Reporting to the Planner, Lead while assigned to a ship repair project, the Planner, Level 2 is responsible for the development of the job cards/work packs. The Planner, Level 2 is considered mid-level for planning and will occasionally be provided with guidance and assistance from more experienced planners on the team and the Planner, Lead.

Work is performed under moderate supervision. The supervisor assigns work and establishes objectives and timelines. The incumbent will provide feedback and input to the supervisor to discuss or clarify assignments where departures from standard practices are involved. Performance is evaluated on the basis of results achieved and the accuracy and timeliness of job card/work pack creation.

Packages detailed work descriptions, special tool requirements, safety precautions, material lists, labour requirements, estimates for installation, maintenance, repair, or removal of shipboard equipment utilizing trade knowledge, formal education, experience, and related analytical and graphic skills.

Planner, Level 2 will work with the service providers in engineering, safety, supply chain, etc., in order to ensure that the job cards/work packs encompass all required pieces of information in order for production to execute the scope of work without interruption.


  • Develops detailed process plans to include reviewing and applying manhour estimates, identifying special tooling, and material;
  • Reviews the prints, drawings, and work scope and determines the work to be accomplished, relying on previous experience/training; following accepted trade practices, pertinent specifications, sketches, drawings, prints; and considering time/cost restraints, tooling and material availability;
  • Visits the job site while work is in progress and upon completion to determine whether the customer specifications (scope, materials, equipment, tooling, and skills) are adequately communicated to the production craftspeople;
  • Capture job feedback (actual time and material usage, and production comments) in order to improve the job card development for future similar work scopes;
  • Consults with the supervisor on problems relating to craftsmanship, material, equipment, or procedures;
  • Reviews expended manhours and material usage with estimated cost to determine if deviations are justified. Attends meetings and conferences as required;
  • Must have an ability to gain intermediate working knowledge of the techniques and procedures of machinery, sheet metal work, welding, pipe fitting, electrical work, surface coating and painting, and a basic knowledge of supply and procurement;
  • Must have an ability to gain intermediate working knowledge of high-temperature water and high-pressure piping systems and equipment such as steam heating, steam generation, hydraulic systems, vacuum systems, flash and expansion tanks, circulating pumps, and radiators; to include that accomplished by contracted work scopes;
  • Revises plans and estimates if necessary as work progresses. Initiates procurement of supplies and material required for individual jobs and ensures the availability of essential equipment to complete the job;
  • Organize information and material requirements in a job card/work pack in accordance with the standard CDCI planning process, so that they are quickly and easily understood by the production craftspeople;
  • Assign job card budgets within overall budgets;
  • Provide reports on the status and progress of the work.


  • A minimum of six years of experience as a craftsperson in shipbuilding, ship repair, or construction projects, or a related University or college diploma in a relevant discipline (engineering, naval architecture) and two years of related experience;
  • Rigour and strong organizational skills;
  • Advanced knowledge of typical computer software, i.e. MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint;
  • Awareness of an ERM, scheduling and or planning software (e.g. AVEVA, Primavera);
  • Ability to communicate with different departments in a multidisciplinary environment;
  • Ability to work in a team;

Additional Information

In order to be selected, it is mandatory that you successfully undergo and pass the investigation and security clearance process required by the Federal Government’s Contract Security Program.

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