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Jeremy Daoust

Fednav Limited
Jeremy Daoust | Directeur
Jeremy Daoust | Directeur
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Jeremy Daoust is a Manager at Fednav Limited, located in Quebec.

About me

I was born/grew up in: I was born in Montreal, grew up in Pointe-Claire, Quebec, Canada

I now live in: I live in Beaconsfield, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

I completed my training/education at: Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering from Concordia University in Montreal. I also have had a lot of learning from my hands on experience in the work force.

What I do at work

My job has more of a management function. I use information taken from emails, reports and other data mining techniques to make strategic decisions for the fleet. I review incidents and try to understand the broader impact of each incident. For example, I will try to understand how or if they connect to one and other. I inspect our vessels and perform technical, commercial and operational reviews. Communication with the crew and officers is also very critical. A degree in Engineering is always an asset. While I may not be doing any design at this point, I have a solid tool kit of discipline, structure and a detailed analytical approach to problem solving that I use everyday.

My career path is

My career path has involved a lot of hard work! I worked for five years as a mechanical engineer at Cummins. Here I took on the roles of Sales Coordinator and Territory Manager. I was responsible for providing technical support for the sales team and for supporting and increasing sales in my territory. Then I worked for five years at CN in Operations Management and Procurement. At CN I managed railcars and other equipment that was spread across Canada and the United States. I also managed budgets and relationships with various vendors and contractors across North America. Following this, I did two years at Fednav in shipping and management. I pushed hard, travelled, put myself out there. Some times I really got burned. But through hardships, I learned, grew and figured out who I was, what I can do, and what kind of man I wanted to be. This has all led me to where I am today.

I am motivated by

I’m motivated by the work I do. Each day I have to solve multidimensional problems that involve people, finance, and operations. The solutions that I come up with to these problems will have commercial results – hopefully good. Ownership and accountability of decisions is important to me. The fact that I am working with smart, dynamic and passionate people also motivates me.

How I affect people’s lives

Every job is about people. I work within a tight team that need me to be sharp and supportive. If my attitude or the quality of my work should decrease, then they will be impacted by this. I work with some 3500 seafarers. These men and women work very, very hard for Fednav and I owe it to them to be present and passionate when I see them. I work hard to support and motivate them at all times.

Outside of work I

I love being with my family. I have two kids and a wonderful wife.

My advice to others

Be open, courageous and stop thinking about your career. Dig in and do the best work you can. Give to others and support others.

When I was a student, I enjoyed:
  • Math
  • Science
  • Technology
When I was a student, I would have described myself as someone who:
  • Brought People Together
  • Wanted to be in charge
  • Didn't really care about grades
  • Wasn't sure what I wanted to do
  • Liked to design or build things
  • Learned Best by Doing

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