Ship Repair Chargehands and Production Supervisors (East)

Ship Repair Chargehands and Production Supervisors (East) (SR(C))

Definition

Ship Repair Chargehands and Production Supervisors-East (SR(C)) Group Definition

Pursuant to section 101 of the Public Service Reform Act, the Treasury Board of Canada hereby provides notice that the following definition shall apply to the Ship Repair Chargehands and Production Supervisors – East Group effective .

The Ship Repair Chargehands and Production Supervisors-East Group comprises positions in the Department of National Defence located on the East Coast that are primarily involved in the leadership of the repair, modification and refitting of naval vessels and their equipment as a chargehand or production supervisor.

Inclusions

Notwithstanding the generality of the foregoing, for greater certainty, it includes positions that have, as their primary purpose, responsibility for:

  1. the planning, allocation, co-ordination, control and assessment of the effectiveness of the resources required to facilitate the repair, modification and refitting of naval vessels and their equipment.

Exclusions

Positions excluded from the Ship Repair Chargehands and Production Supervisors-East Group are those whose primary purpose is included in the definition of any other group.

SR-APP

Ship Repair – Apprentice (SR-APP) Sub-group Definition

This sub-group includes positions in a recognized apprenticeship program for trades personnel in the Ship Repair Group - East or Ship Repair Group - West.

SR-BOB

Ship Repair – Boilermaking-Blacksmithing (SR-BOB) Sub-group Definition

This sub-group includes such occupations as blacksmith, boilermaker, hammersmith and plater.

Skilled Trades, Journeyman and Higher

The performance and supervision of duties that require fabricating, processing, inspecting or repairing materials, equipment, products or structural units, including the lay-out of work, the set-up of equipment and the operation of precision tools and instruments. The work performed requires the application of an organized body of knowledge related to materials, tools and principles associated with skilled crafts and a thorough knowledge of machine capabilities, properties of materials and craft practices. Workers plan the order of successive operations, use manuals and technical data to position work, adjust machines, establish datum points, verify accuracy, and assume responsibility for the completion of each assignment.

SR-EEW

Ship Repair – Electrical and Electronics Working (SR-EEW) Sub-group Definition

This sub-group includes such occupations as electrical-instrument repairman, electrician, electric motor repairman and tester, electronic communications technician, electronic component technician, electronic mechanic, electronic systems technician and fire-control electrician.

Skilled Trades, Journeyman and Higher

The performance and supervision of duties that require fabricating, processing, inspecting or repairing materials, equipment, products or structural units, including the lay-out of work, the set-up of equipment and the operation of precision tools and instruments. The work performed requires the application of an organized body of knowledge related to materials, tools and principles associated with skilled crafts and a thorough knowledge of machine capabilities, properties of materials and craft practices. Workers plan the order of successive operations, use manuals and technical data to position work, adjust machines, establish datum points, verify accuracy, and assume responsibility for the completion of each assignment.

SR-ELE

Ship Repair – Elemental (SR-ELE) Sub-group Definition

The performance or supervision of routine duties where adherence to rigid standards or specifications is not required and where little or no latitude exists for judgement.

This sub-group includes such occupations as labourer, labour-pool supervisor and trades helper.

SR-EME

Ship Repair – Engine and Mechanical Equipment Maintaining (SR-EME) Sub-group Definition

This sub-group includes such occupations as fitter (mechanical), gasoline, diesel and steam engine mechanics.

Skilled Trades, Journeyman and Higher

The performance and supervision of duties that require fabricating, processing, inspecting or repairing materials, equipment, products or structural units, including the lay-out of work, the set-up of equipment and the operation of precision tools and instruments. The work performed requires the application of an organized body of knowledge related to materials, tools and principles associated with skilled crafts and a thorough knowledge of machine capabilities, properties of materials and craft practices. Workers plan the order of successive operations, use manuals and technical data to position work, adjust machines, establish datum points, verify accuracy, and assume responsibility for the completion of each assignment.

SR-INM

Ship Repair – Instrument Maintaining (SR-INM) Sub-group Definition

This sub-group includes such occupations as instrument mechanic and optical and navigational instrument repairman.

Skilled Trades, Journeyman and Higher

The performance and supervision of duties that require fabricating, processing, inspecting or repairing materials, equipment, products or structural units, including the lay-out of work, the set-up of equipment and the operation of precision tools and instruments. The work performed requires the application of an organized body of knowledge related to materials, tools and principles associated with skilled crafts and a thorough knowledge of machine capabilities, properties of materials and craft practices. Workers plan the order of successive operations, use manuals and technical data to position work, adjust machines, establish datum points, verify accuracy, and assume responsibility for the completion of each assignment.

SR-MAC

Ship Repair – Machining and Toolmaking (SR-MAC) Sub-group Definition

This sub-group includes such occupations as fitter (armament), machinist, mechanical systems component mechanic, tool-machine set-up operator and toolmaker.

Skilled Trades, Journeyman and Higher

The performance and supervision of duties that require fabricating, processing, inspecting or repairing materials, equipment, products or structural units, including the lay-out of work, the set-up of equipment and the operation of precision tools and instruments. The work performed requires the application of an organized body of knowledge related to materials, tools and principles associated with skilled crafts and a thorough knowledge of machine capabilities, properties of materials and craft practices. Workers plan the order of successive operations, use manuals and technical data to position work, adjust machines, establish datum points, verify accuracy, and assume responsibility for the completion of each assignment.

SR-MAM

Ship Repair – Machinery Maintaining (SR-MAM) Sub-group Definition

This sub-group includes such occupations as air-conditioning and refrigeration mechanic and millwright.

Skilled Trades, Journeyman and Higher

The performance and supervision of duties that require fabricating, processing, inspecting or repairing materials, equipment, products or structural units, including the lay-out of work, the set-up of equipment and the operation of precision tools and instruments. The work performed requires the application of an organized body of knowledge related to materials, tools and principles associated with skilled crafts and a thorough knowledge of machine capabilities, properties of materials and craft practices. Workers plan the order of successive operations, use manuals and technical data to position work, adjust machines, establish datum points, verify accuracy, and assume responsibility for the completion of each assignment.

SR-MAN

Ship Repair – Manipulating (SR-MAN) Sub-group Definition

The performance or supervision of duties that require the dexterous use of hands, hand tools or special devices to work, move, guide or place objects or materials where some latitude exists for judgement in selecting appropriate tools, objects, or materials, in determining work procedure and conformance to standard, and in improvising to meet special conditions, although all of these requirements are fairly obvious. The work most frequently occurs away from a machine-oriented environment and is prevalent in bench-crafts and structural work.

This sub-group includes such occupations as armature winder, caulker, chipper and caulker, cementer (underlay), cradleman, lagger, ocy-acetylene flame burner, riveter and welder.

SR-MAT

Ship Repair – Machine Tending (SR-MAT) Sub-group Definition

The performance or supervision of duties that require starting, stopping and observing the functioning of machines and equipment where the worker must be alert in changing guides, adjusting timers and temperature controls, turning valves, pushing buttons, flipping switches, and making other minor adjustments. There is no require-ment for precision set-up of equipment.

This sub-group includes such occupations as air-compressor operator and sandblast operator.

SR-MDO

Ship Repair – Machine Driving-Operating (SR-MDO) Sub-group Definition

The performance or supervision of duties that require starting, stopping and moving the controls of machines that must be steered or guided in order to transport people or move tools, equipment or materials. The work is usually performed at the given signals of others.

This sub-group includes such occupations as gantry and hammerhead-crane operator.

SR-MGT

Ship Repair – Management (SR-MGT) Sub-group Definition

Positions included in this sub-group are designated as management supervisors engaged in planning, allocating, coordinating, controlling and assessing the effectiveness of the resources required to facilitate the repair, modification and refit of vessels and their equipments in Department of National Defence Dockyards.

SR-MOC

Ship Repair – Machine Operating-Controlling (SR-MOC) Sub-group Definition

The performance or supervision of duties that require setting up, starting, adjusting, watching and stopping machines and equipment to fabricate or process materials or products. Typically the worker operates one kind of machine or equipment and is concerned with selecting and installing

tools and holding devices, with observing the functioning of the machine and making necessary adjustments to allow for such variables as temperature changes, flow of material or things, and angles of cut, with removing materials or products from the machine and verifying their accuracy with measuring devices, and with making minor repairs to the machine. Considerable latitude exists for judgment in determining conformance to standards.

This sub-group includes such occupations as air-compressor-station engineer, metal cutting-machine operator, pantograph operator and punch-press operator.

SR-PIP

Ship Repair – Pipefitting (SR-PIP) Sub-group Definition

This sub-group includes such occupations as coppersmith, pipefitter, plumber and steamfitter

Skilled Trades, Journeyman and Higher

The performance and supervision of duties that require fabricating, processing, inspecting or repairing materials, equipment, products or structural units, including the lay-out of work, the set-up of equipment and the operation of precision tools and instruments. The work performed requires the application of an organized body of knowledge related to materials, tools and principles associated with skilled crafts and a thorough knowledge of machine capabilities, properties of materials and craft practices. Workers plan the order of successive operations, use manuals and technical data to position work, adjust machines, establish datum points, verify accuracy, and assume responsibility for the completion of each assignment.

SR-PLE

Ship Repair – Planning-Estimating (SR-PLE) Sub-group Definition

The formulation of job plans and detailed estimates for the installation, maintenance, repair or modification of systems and equipment in ships and other vessels. This includes determining and assessing work to be performed, describing procedures in the correct sequence, estimating time and material requirements, portraying network diagramming, assigning job stages, and compiling pertinent information into logical job plans.

Skilled Trades, Journeyman and Higher

The performance and supervision of duties that require fabricating, processing, inspecting or repairing materials, equipment, products or structural units, including the lay-out of work, the set-up of equipment and the operation of precision tools and instruments. The work performed requires the application of an organized body of knowledge related to materials, tools and principles associated with skilled crafts and a thorough knowledge of machine capabilities, properties of materials and craft practices. Workers plan the order of successive operations, use manuals and technical data to position work, adjust machines, establish datum points, verify accuracy, and assume responsibility for the completion of each assignment.

SR-PRW

Ship Repair – Precision Working (SR-PRW) Sub-group Definition

The performance or supervision of duties that require skillful working with hands, hand tools or work aids according to prescribed standards. Although the techniques and procedures are established, the responsibility for achievement of the ultimate goal rests with the individual worker. Considerable latitude exists for judgement in determining the work procedures, selecting tools and materials, and modifying techniques to meet varying job requirements.

This sub-group includes such occupations as battery man, canvas worker, glazier, life raft repairman, painter and rigger.

SR-QCW

Ship Repair – Quality Control and Weapons Examining (SR-QCW) Sub-group Definition

The provision of technical advice to shop management on the degree to which equipment systems conform to specifications. Work includes running repairs, pre-refit assess-ment and sea trials. This sub-group also includes occupations in the examination and sentencing of weapons.

Skilled Trades, Journeyman and Higher

The performance and supervision of duties that require fabricating, processing, inspecting or repairing materials, equipment, products or structural units, including the lay-out of work, the set-up of equipment and the operation of precision tools and instruments. The work performed requires the application of an organized body of knowledge related to materials, tools and principles associated with skilled crafts and a thorough knowledge of machine capabilities, properties of materials and craft practices. Workers plan the order of successive operations, use manuals and technical data to position work, adjust machines, establish datum points, verify accuracy, and assume responsibility for the completion of each assignment.

SR-SMW

Ship Repair – Sheet Metal Working (SR-SMW) Sub-group Definition

This sub-group includes such occupations as sheet-metal worker.

Skilled Trades, Journeyman and Higher

The performance and supervision of duties that require fabricating, processing, inspecting or repairing materials, equipment, products or structural units, including the lay-out of work, the set-up of equipment and the operation of precision tools and instruments. The work performed requires the application of an organized body of knowledge related to materials, tools and principles associated with skilled crafts and a thorough knowledge of machine capabilities, properties of materials and craft practices. Workers plan the order of successive operations, use manuals and technical data to position work, adjust machines, establish datum points, verify accuracy, and assume responsibility for the completion of each assignment.

SR-SPS

Ship Repair – Ship Painting and Surface Protecting (SR-SPS) Sub-group Definition

The performance or supervision of duties that require the preparation of surfaces, the removal of grease, rust, scale, dirt and old finish, the application of solvents, primers, fillers and a variety of surface protecting materials, the mixing and matching of colours to achieve specified decorative effect, and the installation and weatherproofing of glass.

This sub-group includes such occupations as painter, brush; painter, finish; painter, spray; and painter, glazier.

SR-WOW

Ship Repair – Woodworking (SR-WOW) Sub-group Definition

This sub-group includes such occupations as boat builder, cabinet-maker, joiner, loftsman, patternmaker (wood) and shipwright.

Skilled Trades, Journeyman and Higher

The performance and supervision of duties that require fabricating, processing, inspecting or repairing materials, equipment, products or structural units, including the lay-out of work, the set-up of equipment and the operation of precision tools and instruments. The work performed requires the application of an organized body of knowledge related to materials, tools and principles associated with skilled crafts and a thorough knowledge of machine capabilities, properties of materials and craft practices. Workers plan the order of successive operations, use manuals and technical data to position work, adjust machines, establish datum points, verify accuracy, and assume responsibility for the completion of each assignment.

Job Evaluation Standard

Ship Repair (SR) Job Evaluation Standard

To obtain a copy of the SR Job Evaluation Standard please contact TBS Public Enquiries.

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