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Posted Date 6 hours ago(4/18/2024 12:20 AM)
Admin Assistant Little River   Responsibilities: Provides administrative support to the Marine Superintendent by: - Determine the nature and scope of key issues and concerns, prioritizing and managing using sound judgment and decision making; - Exercising good judgment in determining emergent issues and alerting the Marine Superintendent accordingly; - Providing advice and administrative assistance to the Masters; - Arranging meetings, preparing agendas and information packages, recording and distributing minutes and bringing forward pertinent issues. Conducting follow-up to verify the prompt implementation of agreed-upon courses of action; - Travel to meetings when required; - Maintaining/coordinating calendars, scheduling meetings, travel and accommodation; - Maintain confidential files, documents and records; - Coding and verifying invoices, resolving discrepancies, and recommending payment; - Provide budgetary assistance by issuing, processing and tracking purchase orders; verifying and processing invoices; monthly variance reporting. Assisting the Marine Superintendent with the yearly budget build; - Assisting the Marine Superintendent with approving expenses; - Monitoring, approving and submitting EZLabour for all Exempt Masters in the region; - Processing sea time requests and documentation for crew with respect to certificates and/or renewal of certificates;   Skills and Qualifications:   Qualifications - Completion of secondary school graduation, preference given to those holding relevant additional training in standard business practices and office administration; - 3 – 5 years’ experience in office/admin support roles   Skills - Proficiency in BC Ferries and relevant computerized office application; - Demonstrates a high degree of professionalism; - Ability to work well under pressure and time constraints to prioritize competing tasks appropriately; - Strong organizational skills; - Willingness to take initiative; - Team player, with key working relationships both internal (maintains cooperative and positive relationships with related field personnel) and external (maintain a working relationship with Transport Canada Offices, North Coast travel provider)     Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your application by May 01, 2024.   Additional information This is a regular full-time position with a salary range of $48,000 - $60,000 per annum.  The starting salary will be based on the successful candidate’s competencies, including but not limited to experience, education, and performance related to this role. Travel is required.   "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 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.
Job Type
Full Time
Location
Comox
Closing Date
5/1/2024
Posted Date 15 hours ago(4/17/2024 3:51 PM)
PURCHASING AGENT   Richmond Regular   We are seeking a highly motivated, experienced and qualified Purchasing Agent with experience purchasing a variety of commercially available goods and services to meet the requirements of BC Ferries.   The incumbent will be responsible for purchasing a variety of commercially available goods and services for BC Ferries in a prudent, efficient and cost-effective manner  for our fleet of vessels and other user departments, and will perform the following: reviewing, checking, analyzing and pricing requisitions for a wide variety of goods and services; developing, preparing, issuing and awarding contracts including negotiating contract terms; preparing, issuing and opening formal bids, preparing bid summary reports and performing additional duties as required.   You hold a Supply Chain Association of Canada (SCMP) Designation, or equivalent, with 6 years’ experience in the purchasing and materials management field with computerized MRP/ERP experience.  You also have considerable knowledge relating to negotiations, inventory management, accounting, logistics and organization skills.   Join us!   If this sounds like your next great career move, please apply online by May 1, 2024   "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 our commitment to customer safety, service and satisfaction. We offer a unique West Coast working environment with diverse challenges and opportunities. Whether your goal is to work behind the scenes, onboard our ships, or within our land based operations, you are a key contributor to the BC Ferries team.   With 47 ports of call and around 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.   BC Ferries supports 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.
Job Type
Full Time
Location
Richmond
Closing Date
5/1/2024
Posted Date 3 days ago(4/15/2024 11:24 AM)
FIRST ENGINEER Swartz Bay Regular   Working at BC Ferries as a member of our engineering team, means you will work with us as we plan for our goal to have a more resilient service by increasing the capacity and interoperability of vessels in our fleet. We are more than a marine transportation company: We connect communities and customers to the people and places important in their lives.   As a first engineer at our Swartz bay terminal, you will have an opportunity to be trained on some of our most technically advanced vessels, including working on the LNG duel-fuel Spirit of Vancouver Island.  In this capacity, you bring a wide scope of technical, interpersonal and leadership experience to a role central to the safe and efficient operation of the ship’s machinery and equipment, including all operating systems and services, and possess considerable knowledge of safe work practices.    The successful applicant is a passionate, innovative engineer who brings the technical, interpersonal and leadership skills as well as the experience required for safe and efficient management and operation of the ship’s machinery and equipment. You will be committed to the Company’s vision and values including safety, exceeding customer expectations and performance efficiency.   Interested employees holding a Transport Canada Second Class Motor certification or higher may be considered for this opportunity based on meeting the qualifications, experience and suitability requirements determined by the Company.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please apply online by April 29, 2024.   "We connect communities and customers to people and places important in their lives”   At BC Ferries, our employees are our most important assets in delivering our commitment to customer safety, service and satisfaction. BC Ferries supports 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.
Job Type
Full Time
Location
Sidney
Closing Date
4/29/2024
Posted Date 6 days ago(4/12/2024 10:42 AM)
INTERMEDIATE TECHNICAL FUNCTIONAL ANALYST (FINANCE) Information Technology Greater Victoria or Vancouver Lower Mainland   The opportunity We are seeking an Oracle EBS Intermediate Technical Functional Analyst to join our team! You play a key role in managing the Finance and Procurement applications, and you provide ongoing support for Oracle EBS R12.2 applications, addressing user inquiries, troubleshooting technical issues, and resolving system errors to ensure smooth business operations. You conduct detailed functional analysis of business processes within the Oracle EBS modules, such as Finance, Procurement and Project Accounting, and recommend solutions to optimize system functionality and efficiency. You analyze technical aspects of Oracle EBS, including data structures, workflows, configurations, and integrations, and work with business stakeholders to identify opportunities for system improvements or enhancements. You design, develop, and implement customizations, extensions, or configurations, within Oracle EBS using tools such as Oracle Forms, Reports, PL/SQL and Workflow. In addition, you plan and execute comprehensive testing strategies for Oracle EBS patches, upgrades, customizations, and integrations, ensuring system reliability, data integrity, and compliance with business requirements. You collaborate with Oracle support and third party vendors to escalate and resolve complex technical issues, coordinate system upgrades, and leverage vendor expertise to optimize Oracle EBS performance and functionality.   What you bring to the team You have a Degree or Diploma in Information Technology, Computer Science or other related discipline. You have experience in Financial & Procurement applications, and in-depth knowledge and experience with Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) modules such as Finance, Procurement and Projects. You are proficient in Oracle EBS technical components, including Oracle Forms, Reports, PL/SQL, Workflow, Oracle Application Framework (OAF) and Oracle BI Publisher. You have experience with business processes in areas like finance and procurement, and you are experienced with translating business requirements into technical solutions within Oracle EBS. You have strong communication skills and you can convey technical information in a clear and understandable manner. You have the demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team environment, collaborating with developers, analysts, and other stakeholders, in order to deliver projects on time and within scope.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter and resume by May 3.   Additional information The target salary range: $81,100 - $101,300 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 people and places important in their lives” At BC Ferries, our employees are our most important assets in delivering 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.
Job Type
Full Time
Location
Victoria
Closing Date
5/3/2024
Posted Date 1 week ago(4/10/2024 8:21 AM)
PROJECT LEAD, INDIGENOUS RELATIONS Victoria   BC Ferries recognizes that we operate in the territory of over 80 First Nations who have cared for the land and waters up and down the coast of British Columbia since time immemorial.   The opportunity BC Ferries provides all major passenger and vehicle ferry services for coastal communities along the west coast of BC.  Starting with just two ferries providing service on a single route, we have grown to a fleet of 39 ferries moving over 22 million passengers and 8 million vehicles every year across 25 routes.  We are also an asset-owner responsible for operating, maintaining, and replacing significant marine and shore-based infrastructure at our 47 terminals, many of which pre-date modern consultation with First Nations.   Today, the Terminal Construction team has a large portfolio of capital construction projects, all of which are in First Nations territories.  The Indigenous Relations team is looking for a Project Lead to join our team and support Terminal Construction in engagement and consultation activities.   The Role As a Project Lead, you work closely with our Terminal Construction team to support engagement and consultation activities and provide strategic advice.  Your goal is to support and streamline engagement and consultation and to reach agreement with First Nations on project plans and activity. You also support senior leadership in negotiation and implementation of business-to-business and relational agreements that contribute to effective and durable relationships with First Nations.   Reporting to the Indigenous Relations Manager, you add value and are energized by key areas of oversight such as: - Acting as a key advisor to the Indigenous Relations Manager and Terminal Construction - Acting as first point of contact for First Nations for project engagement and consultation, and representing the organization in a culturally sensitive manner - Leading and facilitating project engagement and consultation with First Nations, in person and virtually, to support meaningful engagement and construction project timelines - Corresponding regularly by email and telephone with First Nations to establish contacts and relationships and identifying interests, opportunities and concerns, particularly as they relate to current or future projects, and liaising with and advising Terminal Construction in efforts to simplify engagement and reach agreement - Sharing knowledge and providing advice and guidance to other departments within BC Ferries to support engagement activities or policy development - Supporting the development of cultural awareness and capacity building within the organization by developing workshop materials and presenting at workshops or lunch & learns, including speaking to areas of expertise - Coordinating with the Indigenous Relations Manager, Relationship Leads and Terminal Construction to support a common understanding of status of projects and relationships with Nations, including a landscape view of project activities, impacts and benefits, and to provide strategic advice and proposed next steps - Drafting, researching and engaging with First Nations to support the Indigenous Relationship Manager in developing engagement and consultation plans, corporate policies, and other Indigenous relations strategies   What you bring to the team You have a degree in Indigenous studies, anthropology, public administration, or related field. You bring five years’ experience managing relationships with or on behalf of Indigenous communities. You also have experience building cultural awareness, understanding or capacity in an organization, as well as construction project or project management experience. Project Management education or certification is considered an asset. Preference will be given to candidates who identify as Indigenous.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter and resume by April 24.   Additional information The target salary range: $81,100 to $101,300 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 people and places important in their lives” At BC Ferries, our employees are our most important assets in delivering 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.
Job Type
Full Time
Location
Victoria
Closing Date
4/24/2024
Posted Date 1 week ago(4/9/2024 6:30 PM)
CUSTOMER SERVICE ATTENDANT, OFA3 Regular Langdale   As a Regular Customer Service Attendant, you prepare and serve a variety of foods and beverages including assisting in the preparation and presentation of menu items; taking passenger orders; ensuring cleanliness and readiness of passenger and kitchen areas; performing housekeeping and major cleaning routines throughout the vessel; and other related duties as required.   You possess strong customer service skills, with the ability to work in a high volume customer focused environment in  a physically demanding job, and are an excellent communicator with a high level of self-motivation and initiative.  In addition, you are an innovative team player who works well under pressure with the ability to be flexible and adapt to a change in task when necessary.   Interested? Here is a video explaining more about this role.    You have one (1) year of customer service experience, preferably in a food service environment, and must hold an Occupational First Aid Level 3 certificate. A valid Seafarer’s Medical, Food Safe Level 1 and Serving it Right Certificates are also required and can be obtained upon receiving an offer of employment.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please apply online by April 23, 2024.   "We connect communities and customers to people and places important in their lives”   At BC Ferries, our employees are our most important assets in delivering our commitment to customer safety, service and satisfaction. We offer a unique West Coast working environment with diverse challenges and opportunities. Whether your goal is to work behind the scenes, onboard our ships, or within our land based operations, you are a key contributor to the BC Ferries team. With 47 ports of call and around 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. BC Ferries supports 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.  
Job Type
Full Time
Location
Langdale
Closing Date
4/23/2024
Posted Date 1 week ago(4/9/2024 1:47 PM)
STRATEGIC SOURCING SPECIALIST (Category Manager) Richmond   Reporting to the Senior Manager, Procurement and Supply Chain Services, as the Strategic Sourcing Specialist you provide supervision, leadership and guidance to a team of Purchasing Agents. You lead cross-functional teams through the various stages of the procurement processes and collaborate with internal stakeholders on all aspects of the procurement cycle.   Responsibilities - Lead cross-functional teams through the various stages of the procurement processes, collaborate with internal stakeholders on all aspects of the procurement cycle. - Assist & collaborate with internal stakeholders with various needs for the Supply Chain department, including special projects, process improvement initiatives, and any other related duties as assigned. - Conduct market research and gather information on potential suppliers and solutions that meet the sourcing requirements. - Develop and execute high complex sourcing strategies, including conducting RFx, and other procurement processes, to identify and evaluate potential suppliers. - Negotiate contracts of $5 plus million of dollars with suppliers to ensure the best possible price, terms, and conditions BCF. - Build and maintain positive relationships with suppliers to ensure a reliable supply of goods and services and to address any issues that may arise. - Monitor supplier performance to ensure that they are meeting the company's quality, delivery, and cost requirements. - Manage and negotiate high-value contracts (i.e.:$5 plus millions of dollars in, cumulative value) through the life cycle, from creation, execution, through to termination. - Identify, assess risks throughout the end-to-end procurement cycle, and provide risk management and/or mitigation strategies via engagement with stakeholders. - Manage procurement activities in compliance with applicable BCF policies. Qualifications and Skills You have experience in managing Supplier performance and sustainable procurement framework in alignment with corporate sustainable goals. Construction and/or IT procurement experience preferred.   You have a Bachelor's degree in Business, Supply Chain Management, or a related field with 7 – 10 years experience in strategic sourcing, supplier management, or procurement in a large organization. A combination of education and experience will be considered.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please apply online by April 23, 2024.   Additional information This is a regular full-time position with a salary range of $102,160.00 to $127,700.00 per annum.  The starting salary will be based on the successful candidate’s competencies, including but not limited to experience, education, and performance related to this role.   "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 offer a unique West Coast working environment with diverse challenges and opportunities. Whether your goal is to work behind the scenes, onboard our ships, or within our land based operations, you are a key contributor to the BC Ferries team. With 47 ports of call and around 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. BC Ferries supports 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.
Job Type
Full Time
Location
Richmond
Closing Date
4/23/2024
Posted Date 1 week ago(4/10/2024 8:15 AM)
RELATIONSHIP LEAD, INDIGENOUS RELATIONS Victoria or Nanaimo   BC Ferries recognizes that we operate in the territory of over 80 First Nations who have cared for the land and waters up and down the coast of British Columbia since time immemorial.   The opportunity As a critical member of the Indigenous Relations team, the Relationship Lead supports ongoing dialogue and negotiations, and respond to new requests for engagement from BC Ferries to realize economic benefits and cultural recognition resulting from activities occurring within their territories.   The Role Under the direction of the Indigenous Relations Manager, you work directly with First Nations and BC Ferries staff to plan and facilitate reconciliation and relationship building activities. You also support senior leaders in the negotiation and implementation of business-to-business and relational agreements that contribute to sustainable and mutually respectful relationships with First Nations.   Reporting to the Indigenous Relations Manager, you add value and are energized by key areas of oversight such as: - Acting as first point of contact for First Nations and representing the organization in a culturally sensitive manner - Leading and facilitating meetings with First Nations, and proactively meeting in-person up and down the coast, as well as virtually - Corresponding regularly by email and telephone with First Nations to establish contacts and relationships - Sharing knowledge and providing advice and guidance to other departments within BC Ferries to support engagement activities or policy development - Supporting the development of cultural awareness and capacity building within the organization by developing workshop materials and presenting at workshops or lunch & learns, including speaking to areas of expertise - Leading coordination of cultural recognition or community events to celebrate milestones and achievements or to further relationships - Drafting correspondence, briefing materials, and meeting materials - Documenting outcomes of meetings with First Nations, including identifying potential risks, opportunities, and areas of interest - Drafting, researching and engaging with First Nations to support the Indigenous Relationship Manager in developing engagement and consultation plans, corporate policies, and other Indigenous relations strategies - Participating in project-related engagement and consultation, in collaboration with the Project Lead and Terminal Construction, to support meaningful engagement and construction project timelines   What you bring to the team You are exceptional in building cultural awareness, understanding and capacity within an organization. You have a degree in Indigenous studies, anthropology, public administration, or related field. You bring five years’ experience managing relationships with or on behalf of Indigenous communities.   Preference will be given to candidates who identify as Indigenous.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter and resume by April 24.   Additional information The target salary range: $81,100 to $101,300 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 people and places important in their lives” At BC Ferries, our employees are our most important assets in delivering 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.
Job Type
Full Time
Location
Victoria
Posted Date 1 week ago(4/8/2024 5:49 PM)
PEOPLE EXPERIENCE COORDINATOR Tsawwassen 12 month Term Certain         As the first point-of-contact for the People Experience department, you thrive in a customer-focused environment, have a passion for people, and your goal is providing a full range of administrative support to the People Experience team. You apply comprehensive and current knowledge of Human Resources principles and practices to strategically respond to complex problems. You proactively provide confidential administrative support and guidance to management and employees regarding benefits, policies and procedures, the Collective Agreement and Employment Standards.   With a cheerful and enthusiastic nature, you provide a full range of Human Resources administrative and employee-related services, including processing, verifying, and registering relevant documentation, preparing various reports and spreadsheets, and maintaining employee records.   You are a detail-oriented administrative professional, and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills with an ability to easily build rapport with others, and exercise effective time management and organizational techniques. You work well under time constraints and can effectively manage competing priorities.  You maintain the highest level of confidentiality and utilize excellent judgement and problem-solving skills.  You are proficient in the use of MS Office applications and are familiar with HR reporting systems and database programs such as Oracle and Cognos.    You have a post-secondary degree in Business Administration or in a related field.  Equivalent training and/or experience will be considered.  A certificate in Human Resources would be an asset.    Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please apply online by April 22, 2024.   Additional information This is a Term Certain position with a salary range of $64,300.00 to $80,400.00 per annum.  The starting salary will be based on the successful candidate’s competencies, including but not limited to experience, education and performance related to this role.   "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 our commitment to customer safety, service and satisfaction. We offer a unique West Coast working environment with diverse challenges and opportunities. Whether your goal is to work behind the scenes, onboard our ships, or within our land based operations, you are a key contributor to the BC Ferries team.   With 47 ports of call and around 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.   BC Ferries supports 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.    
Job Type
Full Time
Location
Delta
Closing Date
4/22/2024
Posted Date 1 week ago(4/8/2024 12:23 PM)
MANAGER, IT CONTRACT & VENDOR MANAGEMENT Information Technology Victoria or Vancouver Lower Mainland   The opportunity You are a seasoned IT leader with excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. Reporting to the Director, Office of the CIO, you oversee the entire vendor lifecycle and contract management processes within IT. Your primary focus is on building and maintaining strong relationships with vendors, negotiating and managing contracts, rationalizing contracts and vendors, monitor and manage vendor performance related to services they deliver to BC Ferries, and ensuring compliance with contractual obligations. You collaborate closely with various stakeholders, including IT senior leadership, procurement and supply chain, legal and finance teams, to optimize vendor selection, pricing and service delivery of IT vendors.   The Role Reporting to the Director, Office of the CIO, you add value and are energized by key areas of oversight such as: - Cultivating and maintaining relationships with IT vendors to ensure alignment with organization goals and objectives - Acting as the primary point of contact for IT vendor communications, issue resolution and escalations - Conducting regular IT vendor performance reviews and provide feedback to vendors as needed - Negotiating IT contracts, service level agreements, and pricing structures with vendors to achieve favorable terms and conditions & cost optimization - Reviewing and analyzing contract terms to ensure compliance with legal and Procurement & Supply Chain and regulatory requirements - Collaborating with internal stakeholders to assess business needs and requirements for IT services and solutions - Leading the vendor selection process in partnership with Procurement & Supply Chain, including vendor evaluation, RFx development and vendor scoring on behalf of IT - Facilitating onboarding process for new vendors, ensuring smooth transition and integration into existing IT operations - Identifying and assessing vendor-related risks, including cybersecurity, data privacy, financial stability and any industry activities that may impact the quality or performance of the vendor's services or products - Developing risk mitigation strategies and contingency plans to address potential vendor disruptions - Establishing key performance indicators and metrics to measure and monitor vendor performance and service quality - Conducting regular performance reviews and audits to monitor vendor compliance and service delivery - Conducting regular compliance reviews internally to ensure IT compliance against vendor's terms and conditions - Implementing corrective actions and continuous improvement initiatives to ensure compliance, enhance performance   What you bring to the team You bring 5-8 years’ proven experience in vendor management, contract negotiation, and/or procurement within an IT industry or IT function with a Bachelor's Degree in business administration, IT management, or a related field.  You have previous contract budget accountability of at least $20 millions.  You have strong background in IT contract management and vendor relationship and partnership. You also obtain knowledge of industry trends, competitive intelligence, and government regulations related to IT products or services.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter and resume by April 21.   Additional information The target salary range: $102,200 to $127,700 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 people and places important in their lives” At BC Ferries, our employees are our most important assets in delivering 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.
Job Type
Full Time
Location
Victoria
Closing Date
4/21/2024
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/4/2024 2:29 PM)
MANAGER, FLEET NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT 12-month Term Various     The opportunity As a Manager, Fleet Navigation and Communication Equipment, you place are a vital role to the efficient management of trades and the effective support of navigational and communication equipment for the fleet. Your oversight enhance equipment reliability, improve efficiency, track trending deficiencies, promote compliance, and foster effective communication, ultimately contributing to the fleet’s overall success and operational readiness. In addition, you provide technical expertise for navigation equipment upgrades including ECR management, new builds, procurement, contract management, asset maintenance and sustainment.   The role Reporting to the Superintendent, Fleet Support Unit, you add value and are energized by key areas of oversight such as: - Acting as the Fleet Support Unit (FSU) authority for triaging critical navigational failures in the fleet and ensuring prompt and effective actions are taken by fleet technicians and OEM resources - Overseeing a team of tradespeople, providing guidance, supervision, and support in their daily activities. This includes coordinating work schedules, assigning tasks, and ensuring the trades have the necessary resources to perform their duties effectively - Leading, guiding, coaching, and evaluating performance and address issues related to conduct and attendance. That includes hiring new team members for FSU - Oversee the maintenance and repair of navigational and communication equipment. This includes developing maintenance schedules, conducting regular inspections, and coordinating with relevant stakeholders to address any equipment issues promptly - Managing budgets, assessing equipment needs, and ensuring an adequate supply of tools, spare parts, and consumables for the trades to carry out their tasks efficiently - Establishing and enforcing quality assurance standards to ensure navigational and communication equipment's highest performance and reliability. This includes developing and implementing standard operating procedures, conducting quality checks, and addressing deficiencies or non-compliance issues - Effectively communicating and collaborating with other units, departments, and external stakeholders are crucial. The manager will facilitate regular coordination meetings, liaise with fleet operations and technical teams, and act as a point of contact for any communication-related matters What you bring to the team You have a bachelor's degree in a relevant field, such as electrical engineering, telecommunications, or marine technology. A combination extended industry experience and education may be considered. You bring a minimum of 5 years of progressive work experience in a related field with a broad understanding of fleet operations, navigational and communication equipment, and maintenance practices within a maritime or similar industry.   You have proven experience in leading and managing a team of tradespeople or technicians. This includes experience in task delegation, performance management, resource allocation, and fostering a productive work environment with a strong background and understanding of navigational and communication equipment used in the fleet are essential. As well as in-depth knowledge of maintenance and repair procedures, equipment troubleshooting, and relevant industry standards and regulations is required   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter and resume by April 18.   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 people and places important in their lives” At BC Ferries, our employees are our most important assets in delivering 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.
Job Type
Full Time
Location
Various
Posted Date 4 days ago(4/14/2024 8:22 AM)
MANAGER, HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS Information Technology Greater Victoria or Vancouver Lower Mainland     The opportunity As a key member of the IT Management team, you provide strategic leadership in the Human Capital Management (HCM) business area, driving business benefits through technology enablement. You oversee the Human Resources Information Systems team, ensuring the effective management of applications and training. As the Manager, you are responsible for identifying the type and quantity of resources required to maintain applications in alignment with business area requirements. Your responsibilities also include managing technical, operational, and business interfaces, ensuring seamless coordination and communication among various teams. BC Ferries is embarking upon an exciting HCM business and technology transformation journey. You play a pivotal role in defining the technology roadmap and creating HCM systems that are designed to streamline processes, increase efficiency, and empower employees to reach their full potential.    Reporting to the Director, IT Enterprise Applications, your key areas of responsibility are:   - Provide clear leadership and direction towards realizing system benefits and implementing cost-effective practices - Formulate and define systems scope and objectives based on user needs and business requirements - Proven track record in building & sustaining high performing team capable of driving technical modernization efforts in parallel to delivering on business commitments - Experience in managing complex delivery initiatives in highly dynamic, global organizations; with a preference for those with experience in transportation or similar industry with Union, Exempt and distributed workforce. - Oversee the development of interfaces to external systems and identifying areas for customization and optimization, providing solutions that meet business requirements. - Oversee system testing and development of reports for compliance with Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) - Develop metrics to monitor performance, identifying quality and process improvement opportunities and including the development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) development and adherence to business processes - Liaising with business senior management to provide timely and correct information on the sustainment of the particular business function - Provide mentorship and guidance in specific business applications, including management principles, best practices, and standards - Experience driving adoption of technology through education, training, and other organizational change management strategies What you bring to the team  - Degree or Diploma in Computer Information Systems, Information Technology, Computer Science, Business, or related field - Oracle HCM Cloud certifications - Extensive leadership experience in HRIS roles, and a proven track record of successful system transformations - Strong expertise in Oracle Fusion HCM, Kronos, and other HR systems with direct experience in system upgrades and consolidation - In depth knowledge of typical key HR processes, including time and attendance and demonstrated success with process mapping and optimization - Adept at driving change, aligning stakeholders and executing projects within a dynamic environment - Demonstrated experience aligning systems and processes post-acquisition delivering superior results - Strong project management skills   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter and resume by May 3.   Additional information The target salary range: $121,800 - $152,200 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 people and places important in their lives” At BC Ferries, our employees are our most important assets in delivering 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.
Location
Victoria
Closing Date
5/3/2024
Posted Date 2 months ago(2/28/2024 6:14 PM)
DECKHAND WITH BRIDGEWATCH Salt Spring Island Regular You are an energetic, customer-minded individual acting as a primary point-of-contact to the public. You represent the Company in a professional and courteous manner while playing a critical role in vessel operation and safety, loading and unloading vehicle and passenger traffic, and vessel maintenance.   Bridge Watch Rating certificate is preferred and both Marine Emergency Duty (MED) STCW Basic Safety and Survival Craft Certifications are required.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please apply online by March 19, 2023.   "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 our commitment to customer safety, service and satisfaction. We offer a unique West Coast working environment with diverse challenges and opportunities. Whether your goal is to work behind the scenes, onboard our ships, or within our land based operations, you are a key contributor to the BC Ferries team.   With 47 ports of call and around 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.   BC Ferries supports 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.
Job Type
Full Time
Location
Salt Spring Island
Closing Date
3/19/2024
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/4/2024 1:36 PM)
ELECTRICIAN, TERMINAL MAINTENANCE Horseshoe Bay 12 Month Term Certain    Working as a team player, you are a responsible self-starter with strong technical and interpersonal skills.  You are responsible for performing preventative maintenance, inspections, servicing of a wide variety of electrical, electronic, lighting/high mast and equipment systems, pull boxes, motors and generators on marine walkways, ramps and terminal facilities.  You troubleshoot and analyze faults with test equipment and you install new equipment, fire alarms detection systems, generators, motors and perform emergency repairs. In addition you are responsible for ordering parts, maintaining tools and equipment and operating vehicles and bucket truck.   You are a clear, concise communicator who works well under pressure and is detail-oriented. You provide leadership for other apprenticeships, including input in performance assessment, and strive create an environment of safety at all times.   You possess a Trades Qualification Electrician Certificate; have a minimum of 5 years experience as a Journeyman with Programmable Logic Control (PLC) and Control Circuitry experience and a valid BC Driver’s License.   Join us!   If this sounds like your next great career move, please apply online by April 18, 2024.   "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 our commitment to customer safety, service and satisfaction. We offer a unique West Coast working environment with diverse challenges and opportunities. Whether your goal is to work behind the scenes, onboard our ships, or within our land based operations, you are a key contributor to the BC Ferries team.   With 47 ports of call and around 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.   BC Ferries supports 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.  
Job Type
Full Time
Location
West Vancouver
Closing Date
3/11/2024
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/4/2024 1:31 PM)
CARPENTER Horseshoe Bay 12 Month Term Certain    You are a safety-minded individual responsible constructing, renovating, installing and maintaining BC Ferries’ buildings and property. Your main priorities are to maintain the overall structure and safety of buildings, estimate costs on future projects, liaise with contractors and suppliers regarding prices and assist other trades as required.   While safely meeting the physical demands of the job, you complete assigned tasks to high standards and with minimal supervision. You anticipate and analyze problems and initiate appropriate solutions. You also possess the ability to clearly and accurately convey technical information through sketches and drawings.   You have a thorough understanding of WCB regulations and safe working practices and working knowledge of relevant materials, tools and equipment. You have a BC or Interprovincial Trades Qualification in Carpentry and a valid driver’s license.   Join us!   If this sounds like your next great career move, please apply online by April 18, 2024.   "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 offer a unique West Coast working environment with diverse challenges and opportunities. Whether your goal is to work behind the scenes, onboard our ships, or within our land based operations, you are a key contributor to the BC Ferries team. With 47 ports of call and around 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. BC Ferries supports 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.  
Job Type
Full Time
Location
West Vancouver
Closing Date
4/18/2024
Posted Date 2 months ago(2/15/2024 6:29 PM)
DECKHAND Nanaimo Casual   You are a customer-minded individual playing a critical role in vessel operation and safety through vessel maintenance and the loading and unloading of vehicle and passenger traffic.   This position requires Marine Emergency duties certificates: STCW Basic Safety (MED A1 and MED B2) and Survival Craft (MED B1); ability to react in a safe and effective manner during an emergency; ability to direct and control vehicles and passengers; working knowledge of safe work practices and seamanship; and ability to climb ladders, handle ships’ lines and move heavy objects.   Preference may be shown to applicants with a Bridge Watch rating or higher certificate. Applicants must hold a valid Seafarers’ Medical Certificate.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please apply online by April 30, 2024.    "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 our commitment to customer safety, service and satisfaction. We offer a unique West Coast working environment with diverse challenges and opportunities. Whether your goal is to work behind the scenes, onboard our ships, or within our land based operations, you are a key contributor to the BC Ferries team.   With 47 ports of call and around 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.   BC Ferries supports 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.
Job Type
Casual
Location
Nanaimo
Closing Date
4/30/2024
Posted Date 2 months ago(2/15/2024 6:10 PM)
DECKHAND Prince Rupert Casual You are an energetic, customer-minded individual acting as a primary point-of-contact to the public. You represent the Company in a professional and courteous manner while playing a critical role in vessel operation and safety, loading and unloading vehicle and passenger traffic, and vessel maintenance.   This position requires Marine Emergency duties certificates: STCW Basic Safety (MED A1 and MED B2) and Survival Craft (MED B1).   Preference may be shown to applicants with a Bridge Watch rating or higher certificate. Applicants must hold a valid Seafarers’ Medical Certificate.   Join us!   If this sounds like your next great career move, please apply online by April 30, 2024.   "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 our commitment to customer safety, service and satisfaction. We offer a unique West Coast working environment with diverse challenges and opportunities. Whether your goal is to work behind the scenes, onboard our ships, or within our land based operations, you are a key contributor to the BC Ferries team.   With 47 ports of call and around 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.   BC Ferries supports 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.
Job Type
Casual
Location
Prince Rupert
Closing Date
4/30/2024
Posted Date 6 days ago(4/12/2024 12:16 PM)
SENIOR FINANCIAL ANALYST, FP&A (OPERATING) Victoria   The Opportunity The Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) department is part of BC Ferries’ Finance Division and is responsible for managing BC Ferries’ 12-year capital plan, annual operating budget and ad hoc analysis as the organization’s primary business intelligence unit. The team consists of highly motivated finance professionals that support organizational budgeting, forecasting, and reporting across all operating units and capital projects, as well as provide expertise in financial analysis to inform decision making.   You will work within the operating stream of FP&A, supporting the Manager in facilitating the annual budget process, quarterly forecasting and ongoing financial reporting. You provide decision-making support on the operating, financial and business activities of the company. Working both independently and as part of multi-disciplinary teams, this position promotes fiscal responsibility through financial planning, analysis and reporting.   You are a key team member, working directly with budget holders, departmental managers, executive and other stakeholders from across the organization. Your work includes corporate level planning as well as discrete analysis on key programs and initiatives. The position supports planning and decision making at all levels of the organization.   This position offers exciting growth opportunities with a breadth of experience in different business units as well as cross-functional collaboration at all levels of the organization.    Qualifications and Skills The ideal candidate will demonstrate the following qualifications and skills: - Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance or related field - Professional accounting designation or related advanced degree is an asset - 4 to 6 years of experience in a relevant finance role. Practical experience in a FP&A role is preferred - Ability to analyze complex issues and develop solutions by considering financial and non-financial perspectives - Understanding of forecasting, financial modelling and management reporting - An outside the box thinker who figures things out - Strong written and verbal communication skills, articulating ideas clearly and effectively - Excellent interpersonal and proven relationship building skills - Ability to show leadership and influence business decisions as a trusted advisor - A detail oriented, team player who is self-motivated, organized, adaptable and curious - Strong financial modelling and Excel skills, with the ability to balance data analysis and information with timely decision making - Experience with an ERP system (i.e. Oracle), FP&A software and/or advanced analytics software (i.e. Power BI) is desirable   Perks and Benefits Taking care of our employees is a top priority for us. Some of our great benefits include: - Competitive salaries and comprehensive medical and dental benefits package, including a health spending account and virtual health care - A minimum of 4 weeks paid time off (vacation) - Membership of the defined benefit Public Service Pension Plan, which includes a lifetime monthly pension when you retire - Career progression, training and development opportunities - A hybrid work arrangement which offers the flexibility to work from home part time - Maternity and paternity leave employer top up - Ferry Travel Pass Program for employees and their immediate families - Employee health and wellness programs including reimbursement of fitness memberships and equipment and Employee & Family Assistance Program - Discounts in our gift shops and with many businesses on Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland Join us! If you think this role is for you, apply by April 22, 2024! Please include a cover letter, indicating why you are interested in a career at BC Ferries as a FP&A analyst.   Additional information This is a regular full-time position with a target salary range of $102,200 to $127,700 per annum. The starting salary will be based on the successful candidate’s education, knowledge, experience and internal equity.    “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.
Location
Victoria
Closing Date
4/22/2024
Posted Date 2 months ago(2/14/2024 1:20 PM)
TERMINAL SERVICES ATTENDANTS Mayne Island Seasonal   You are enthusiastic and reliable, performing traffic control, baggage, and custodian duties. You direct traffic during loading/unloading procedures; maintain terminal buildings and grounds; communicate with other shipboard and terminal staff to ensure the safe and efficient loading and discharge of vessel traffic; respond to passenger queries; and perform additional duties as required. A valid BC Driver's License is required.   Please apply by April 1, 2024.   "We connect communities and customers to people and places important in their lives”   At BC Ferries, our employees are our most important assets in delivering our commitment to customer safety, service and satisfaction. BC Ferries supports 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.
Job Type
Summer Positions
Location
Mayne Island
Closing Date
4/1/2024
Posted Date 2 months ago(2/14/2024 1:12 PM)
TERMINAL SERVICES ATTENDANTS Salt Spring Island Seasonal   You are enthusiastic and reliable, performing traffic control, baggage, and custodian duties. You direct traffic during loading/unloading procedures; maintain terminal buildings and grounds; communicate with other shipboard and terminal staff to ensure the safe and efficient loading and discharge of vessel traffic; respond to passenger queries; and perform additional duties as required. A valid BC Driver's License is required.   Please apply by April 30, 2024. "We connect communities and customers to people and places important in their lives”   At BC Ferries, our employees are our most important assets in delivering our commitment to customer safety, service and satisfaction. BC Ferries supports 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.
Job Type
Summer Positions
Location
Salt Spring Island
Closing Date
4/30/2024