BC Ferries

Assistant Regional Manager, Terminal Maintenance

Posted Date 2 weeks ago(5/8/2024 1:25 PM)
Number of Positions
Location City
Job Type
Full Time
Job Category
Terminal Operations
Closing Date

Job Description


Swartz Bay


The Opportunity

We are searching for an Assistant Regional Manager to join our Terminal Maintenance team. As a key member of Terminal Maintenance team, you are assisting the Regional Manager in providing leadership to the maintenance region to ensure the safe, timely and efficient maintenance of terminal marine structures and shore facilities by managing an effective maintenance program. You bring the ability to lead a diverse team in a unionized environment and knowledge of marine structures, mechanical systems, hydraulics, electrical, civil infrastructure, buildings, sewage plans and water systems.


The Role

Reporting to the Regional Manager, Terminal Maintenance, you add value to the team in the following catergories:


A. Ensuring that terminal marine and shore facilities are available for safe operation by:

  • Assisting with planning, developing, implementing and managing a comprehensive and effective preventative and reliable centered maintenance program
  • Developing technical solutions to challenges and presenting options to rectify
  • Assisting with planning and managing operating and smaller capital projects for successful delivery
  • Ensuring Corporate and legislated standards are met
  • Responding to emergencies

B. Maintaining the asset database for maintenance planning and record keeping of maintenance activity by:

  • Utilizing CMMS software
  • Ensuring maintenance routines and job plans are thorough and in alignment with objectives and standards
  • Developing business processes and systems to record historical data
  • Monitoring activity and providing progress reports

C. Acquiring services beyond the capability of the maintenance department by:

  • Ensuring contractors operate within BCF safety standards
  • Monitoring and evaluating contract work
  • Evaluating bids and proposals for work from contractors

D. Ensuring risk assessment

  • Conducting risk assessment
  • Assisting with conducting incident review
  • Ensuring compliance (Environmental, Safety and Training qualification)

What you bring to the team

You posses a four-year undergraduate degree in an Engineering related field or successful completion of a two-year community college diploma, technical institute certification, or equivalent (e.g. trades certification). Registration with EGBC and a Project Management or Maintenance Management Professional Certificate considered an asset. You posses strong interpersonal, technical, organizational, project and time management skills. You have the ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships and work with computer software (CMMS unspecified but Maximo preferred, MS Office Excel, MS Word and Outlook).


Join us!

If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter and resume by May 27, 2024.


Additional information

The target salary range: $95,600 - $119,500 per annum.  The starting salary is determined based on the successful candidate’s knowledge, experience and internal equity. Starting salary may exceed the target range on exceptional basis.


"We connect communities and customers to the people and places important in their lives”

At BC Ferries, our employees are our most important assets in delivering on our commitment to customer safety, service and satisfaction. We support employment equity and diversity in the workplace and we encourage applications from all qualified individuals including women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who reflect our ever-changing workplace.


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



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