BC Ferries

  • Administrative Assistant - Terminal Operations

    Posted Date 1 week ago(9/11/2019 2:29 PM)
    Number of Positions
    Location City
    Job Type
    Full Time
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  • Job Description

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






    You are detail-oriented, you thrive when in a busy work environment, and your goal is working proactively as part of a dynamic results-driven team. You use sound judgement and awareness while providing confidential administrative services to the Regional Manager of Terminal Operations.


    You monitor the financial management, operations budget and administrative operations of the Terminal Operations office. You arrange and attend meetings, bring forward pertinent issues and agreements, maintain calendars, schedule appointments, travel and accommodation. You maintain confidential files, records and management systems as well as provide budget analysis support. You act as a liaison with all levels of staff including some contact with customers, suppliers, contractors, and stakeholders as required and in a manner consistent with company policies.


    You bring experience as an administrative professional with the completion of secondary school graduation. You have a minimum of 3 years of confidential coordination or administrative support experience and expertise in MS Office. You are motivated with excellent judgement, strong organizational skills with a commitment to customer service.


    Please apply by September 20, 2019.


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


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