BC Ferries

  • Regional Manager, Terminal Operations

    Posted Date 5 days ago(12/5/2018 7:28 PM)
    Number of Positions
    1
    Location City
    Delta
    Job Type
    Full Time
    Job Category
    Operations
    Closing Date
    12/19/2018
  • Job Description

    With 47 ports of call, 35 vessels, and more than 500 sailings every day, BC Ferries is the largest independently-owned ferry company in the world. Dedicated to safety, excellence, innovation, and people, we are committed to continuously improving the west coast travel experience of our customers.

     

     

    REGIONAL MANAGER, TERMINAL OPERATIONS

    Tsawwassen

     

    You are a leader, your mantra is “Safety,” and your goal is driving employee engagement.

     

    Your role is to effectively implement key tactics that will help achieve the strategic objectives for the regional terminals. This requires a management style that is committed to excellence and an exceptional level of communications and leadership. In the process you will be the Ambassador for world class health, safety and wellness initiatives, promote good relations with community, customers and union representatives and work with Terminal Managers to ensure that daily operations meet all BC Ferries standards.

     

    You have a post secondary diploma in Business Administration or a related field along with 3-5 years’ experience managing a passenger transportation terminal, marine transport experience an asset. In addition, you bring several years’ experience implementing strategic initiatives, leading both a unionized and non-unionized workforce, and creating and managing large operating and capital budgets. You bring endless energy and have a proven track record of success building teams through values based leadership and achieving results throughout the operation.

     

    Please apply by December 19, 2018.

     

    We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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