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Le Comité sectoriel de main-d’œuvre de l’industrie maritime

What is the Human Resources Sectorial Committee of the Maritime Industry? 

The Sectorial Committee (CSMOIM) is a non-profit organization composed of marine-sector employers and workers. Since 2001, it has implemented human resources and skills development projects, organizing training for those who are employed in or seeking employment in the maritime industry.

The Sectorial Committee, which ensures maritime human resources quantity and quality, is mandated to promote sector-related training, trades and occupations in order to help companies become more competitive and boost job growth in its activity sector.

Job offers

  • Oceanex inc

    Marine Engineer, Second Class Motor

    Montréal- Terre-Neuve

    Navigant - Salle des machines

  • Société des traversiers du Québec

    Directeur(trice) de traverse

    Traverse Sorel-Tracy

    Non-navigant - Gestion

  • Chef mécanicien

    Iles-de-la-Madeleine

    Navigant - Salle des machines

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News from CSMOIM

  • 10 mars 2020

    New Portrait of people working in the maritime industry!

    New Portrait of people working in the maritime industry!

    The 6th Portrait of Workers in the Marine Industry is now online!

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  • 23 septembre 2019

    It's a go for the Maritime Employment Week!

    It's a go for the Maritime Employment Week!

    From September 23 to 29, discover 7 good reasons for choosing to work in the marine industry!

    Go to our Facebook page to discover those reasons! Pay careful attention to the clues given in each...

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  • 20 septembre 2019

    Maritime Employment Week: A brand-new initiative to promote marine careers!

    Maritime Employment Week: A brand-new initiative to promote marine careers!
    Communique

    Québec City, September 19, 2019 – The St. Lawrence Economic Development Council (SODES) and the...

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  • March 2020

    Featured in this newsletter :

    - Maritime HRM Conference 2020 and other events

    - Current files

    - IMQ Rendez-vous maritime: pleasant and productive meetings!

    - Feedback on the 2020 combined regulatory workshop

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  • January-February 2020

    Featured in this newsletter :

    - Maritime HRM Conference 2020: Don't miss it! 

    - Combined workshop: February 19, 2020

    - New General Shipping Knowledge training session

    - Enjoy visibility on our website! 

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  • November-December 2019

    Featured in this newsletter :

    - 4th edition of marine employers directory now available online!

    - Training needs survey feeback

    - Mission accomplished for 1st Maritime Employment Week!

    - Events and careers promotion: a very busy tour! 

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