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Source: LocalWorkBC.ca Listed: Thursday 28 February, 2019
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Canadian Armed Forces 
Naval Communicators 
Overview Naval Communicators establish and manage all external voice, radio-teletype and data circuits, and provide real-time tactical information in support of operations. Naval Communicators establish and maintain communications with national and allied networks over radio frequencies required for mission coordination, using tactical line-of-sight, long-range and satellite communications. It is also their responsibility to advise Command on tactical signaling and ship maneuvering, encoding/decoding of signals and dissemination of tactical and maneuvering signals. Their primary duties include: Radio-teletype Computer networking Satellite, tactical voice and visual communications Classified and unclassified computer networks Computer-based message processing network Radio communication control systems Cryptographic and satellite equipment in support of high speed data and imagery exchanges WORK ENVIRONMENT While on board ships, Naval Communicators experience the unique adventures and challenges that come with work at sea, such as rough waters and shift-work. They work primarily in the Communications Control Room, Operations Room, on the bridge and the flag deck. As with all sea-going personnel, Naval Communicators work with their fellow shipmates in out-of-occupation duties such as watchkeeper or sentry, act as a line handler for replenishment at sea, and as a ship-hand for entering and leaving harbour. They participate in Search and Rescue events and man-overboard emergencies, act as a member of the ship s emergency response team for security watches, and routinely perform ship maintenance and repairs. If necessary, a Naval Communicator may serve as a member of the Naval Boarding Party in order to inspect the cargo of suspect vessels and detain the vessel s crew during inspections. When employed ashore, Naval Communicators work in office-like conditions in a high-security environment, typically a restricted-access communications facility. They may work in a wider variety of duties such as providing communications support to ships and shore establishments, performing duties to assist in the communications flow in Naval Radio Stations, or employed as instructors in Recruit, Leadership or Communication Schools. To apply and for more information please go to: http://forces.ca/en/career/Naval%20Communicator/ To meet us in person, please come see us live on site at The Black Press Extreme Education Career Fair, Thursday, March 14th from 11:00am-4:00pm at the Greg Moore Youth Centre 11925 Haney Pl, Maple Ridge. (1044087h)




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