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Posted Date 1 day ago(2/28/2024 9:30 PM)
PROJECT MANAGER, TERMINAL CONSTRUCTION Victoria, Tsawwassen, or Horseshoe Bay (hybrid work)   Overview 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 dedicated to providing safe and efficient travel to our customers, we advocate for the coastal environment and the communities where we operate, and we are proud to connect communities and customers to the people and places important in their lives.   But our role as a ferry service provider goes beyond getting passengers from point A to B.  We are also an asset-owner responsible for operating, maintaining, and replacing significant marine and shore-based infrastructure at our 47 terminals.   BC Ferries has an ambitious capital plan and the Terminal Construction department is growing in response.  We are looking for a regular, full-time Project Manager to join our team and support the planning and delivery of over 230 capital projects at our 47 terminals.    Our projects span all disciplines and include everything from full berth replacements to marine structure life extensions, complete terminal redevelopments to building tenant improvements, terminal electrification, various mechanical and electrical upgrades, and everything in between. Whether it’s marine, civil, or building projects, you will have the opportunity to lead large, challenging and complex projects, work with diverse stakeholder groups and regulatory agencies, and deliver results in operationally complex environments.   If you enjoy working on the Owner’s side of the table, this is a great opportunity for you! The term “never the same day twice” most certainly describes what you can expect when you join the BC Ferries Terminal Construction team.    The Role Reporting to the Program Manager – Terminal Construction, the Project Manager will - Lead and manage multiple civil, building, or marine infrastructure projects at our terminals which vary in size, scope, and complexity; - manage a comprehensive range of project management tasks and activities from initiation to close out including feasibility studies, preliminary field investigations, and condition assessments, planning, design, procurement, construction management, commissioning, and handover; - identify, prepare, and be accountable for scope, schedule, budget, and resources on a given project; - manage all project stakeholders both internal and external and finding resolutions to issues between multiple stakeholders; - facilitate thorough design reviews, value engineering, and other workshops to ensure project objectives are achieved in a cost effective way; - write and present project business cases, steering committee updates, and other project governance documents to executive; - chair project and site meetings, take minutes, document control and other related functions; - report project status by means of schedule updates, meeting minutes, financial records and other reports; - lead various procurement processes including writing RFQ, RFP, and tenders, evaluating submission, and recommending award; - provide contract administration and site supervision as required; - support the development and improvement of our departmental safety programs, standards, and other technical initiatives; - participating in capital planning with various internal departments and stakeholders; - provide coaching and mentoring to new or junior staff, - ensure a high degree of professionalism and organization throughout the department, and, - provide technical assistance across the organization, when required.   The ideal candidate is a generalist with a strong technical and project background and has the ability to learn and manage new technical areas.  You are an energetic team player and detail-oriented professional with a positive attitude and excellent communication and interpersonal skills, allowing you to build and maintain relationships with the project team, department staff, consultants, contractors and other stakeholders.  You are a self-starter who displays strong time management and organizational skills.  You display good judgement in all aspects of your work, and can demonstrate a willingness, ability, and the flexibility to undertake additional training and duties required for the position.   Qualifications Education and Experience: - Diploma or Degree in engineering, architecture, construction management, building technology, or related field - Minimum 7 years of progressive project management experience managing capital construction projects in a related industry - Membership, or eligibility to be registered, as a Professional Engineer with EGBC or a Technologist with ASTTBC, or equivalent - An equivalent combination of education, training, and experience may be considered - Experience with an Owner’s organization is preferred - Project Management Professional (PMP) designation is considered an asset, or willingness to obtain designation in the future upon adequate experience Knowledge and Competencies: - comprehensive knowledge of project management principles and methodologies for infrastructure construction projects - knowledge of engineering principles, construction best practices, and regulatory requirements for civil, marine, and building projects - progressive experience in planning, design, procurement, and construction - excellent knowledge of construction contract law, public procurement principles, CCDC contracts, and the preparation, review, and interpretation of technical design documentation, drawings, and specifications - fundamental knowledge and understanding of current building and bridge codes and standards, local government bylaws, regulations, zoning and permit requirements, and other regulatory requirements and processes - experience developing and reporting on projects and programs, writing and preparing business cases for various projects and initiatives, tracking budget, and financial reporting - proficient in the use of standard business applications (MS Word, Excel, Outlook) - proficient in MS Project (ability to create, update, and manage schedules) - ability to mentor and coach new or junior staff including project managers and project coordinators - experience in public and internal stakeholder consultation and conflict resolution with the ability to reconcile differing perspectives, develop consensus, and secure cooperation and support from both stakeholders and team members  - experience managing teams and diverse stakeholder groups including First Nations - excellent oral and written communication skills to effectively communicate between departments, senior management, and externally between consultants, contractors, regulatory agencies, and other stakeholders - interpersonal skills which allow you to build and maintain effective working relationships - demonstrated leadership, organization, time management, prioritization, problem solving, and judgement skills - ability to work independently or as part of a team - ability to provide effective solutions to complex problems - must be self-motivated, detail-oriented, and results-oriented - must have a valid BC driver’s license and willingness to travel throughout coastal BC, for up to several days at a time - must be fluent in English both verbal and written We recognize that some people are less likely to apply for a job unless they are a perfect match. At BC Ferries, we’re not looking for “perfect matches.” We’re looking to welcome people to our diverse, inclusive, and authentic workplace.  So, if you’re excited about this role but don’t have every single qualification, we encourage you to apply anyway. Whether it’s this role or another one, you may be just the right candidate.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter and resume. This posting will remain open until March 22 at 11:59pm.   Additional information The target salary range: 102,200 - $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. 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
Victoria
Closing Date
3/22/2024
Posted Date 1 day ago(2/28/2024 9:16 PM)
PROJECT COORDINATOR, TERMINAL CONSTRUCTION Victoria, Tsawwassen, or Horseshoe Bay (hybrid work)   Overview 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 dedicated to providing safe and efficient travel to our customers, we advocate for the coastal environment and the communities where we operate, and we are proud to connect communities and customers to the people and places important in their lives.   But our role as a ferry service provider goes beyond getting passengers from point A to B.  We are also an asset-owner responsible for operating, maintaining, and replacing significant marine and shore-based infrastructure at our 47 terminals.   BC Ferries has an ambitious capital plan and the Terminal Construction department is looking for a regular, full-time Project Coordinator to join our team and support the planning and delivery of over 230 capital projects at our 47 terminals.   Our projects span all disciplines and include everything from full berth replacements to marine structure life extensions, complete terminal redevelopments to building tenant improvements, terminal electrification, various mechanical and electrical upgrades, and everything in between.  Whether it’s marine, civil, or building projects, you will have the opportunity to work on large, challenging and complex projects, work with diverse stakeholder groups and regulatory agencies, and deliver results in operationally complex environments.    If you enjoy working on the Owner’s side of the table, this is a great opportunity for you! The term “never the same day twice” most certainly describes what you can expect when you join the BC Ferries Terminal Construction team.    The Role Reporting to the Program Manager - Terminal Construction, the Project Coordinator will   - provide professional support to Project Managers or Senior Project Managers delivering civil, marine, and building infrastructure projects across coastal BC; - assist project planning, scheduling, budgeting, and monthly progress reporting; - organize infrastructure inspection and assessments and supervising site activities; - support design development and the procurement of services and goods; preparing tenders and contracts; - work with a variety of contractors, consultants, permitting and regulatory agencies, First Nations communities and the public; - perform on-site supervision and construction management for several concurrent capital projects; - maintain document control and support or lead other terminal construction related tasks; - support departmental leadership across a wide variety of administrative or technical activities and assignments; and - independently manage the planning and execution of smaller and less complex projects with guidance from a Project Manager   The ideal candidate is a generalist with a strong technical and project background and has the ability to learn and manage new technical areas.  You are an energetic team player and detail-oriented professional with a positive attitude and excellent communication and interpersonal skills, allowing you to build and maintain relationships with the project team, department staff, consultants, contractors and other stakeholders.  You are a self-starter who displays strong time management and organizational skills.  You display good judgement in all aspects of your work, and can demonstrate a willingness, ability, and the flexibility to undertake additional training and duties required for the position.   The candidate should also have the ability and willingness to travel from their point of assembly to terminal project sites (frequent), work outdoors in adverse weather conditions (occasional), work at heights or work near/over water (infrequent), work long hours, evenings, or weekends to support project activities (occasional), and undertake assignment at remote terminal locations (infrequent).   Qualifications Education and Experience: - Diploma or Degree in engineering, architecture, construction management, building technology, or related field - 2 to 5 years of progressive engineering, construction, or capital project coordination industry experience, - Membership, or eligibility to be registered, as an EIT or Professional Engineer with EGBC or a Technologist with ASTTBC, or equivalent. - An equivalent combination of education, training, and experience may be considered. - Experience with an Owner’s organization is considered an asset. - Project Management Professional (PMP) designation is considered an asset, or willingness to obtain designation in the future upon adequate experience Knowledge and Competencies:   - knowledge of project management and engineering principles and methodologies - progressive experience in planning, design, procurement, and construction - knowledge of construction contract law, public procurement principles, CCDC contracts, and the preparation, review, and interpretation of technical design documentation, drawings, and specification - fundamental knowledge and understanding of current standards, codes, bylaws and regulations, zoning and permit requirements, and other regulatory requirements - proficient in the use of standard business applications (MS Word, Excel, Outlook) - proficient in MS Project (ability to create, update, and manage schedules) - excellent interpersonal and communication skills which allow you to maintain effective working relationships - ability to work independently or as part of a team - ability to provide effective solutions to complex problems - must be self-motivated, detail-oriented, and results-oriented - must have a valid BC driver’s license and willingness to travel throughout coastal BC, for up to several days at a time - must be fluent in English both verbal and written   We recognize that some people are less likely to apply for a job unless they are a perfect match. At BC Ferries, we’re not looking for “perfect matches.” We’re looking to welcome people to our diverse, inclusive, and authentic workplace.  So, if you’re excited about this role but don’t have every single qualification, we encourage you to apply anyway. Whether it’s this role or another one, you may be just the right candidate.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter and resume. This posting will remain open until March 22 at 11:59pm.   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. 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
Victoria
Closing Date
3/22/2024
Posted Date 1 day 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 1 day ago(2/28/2024 2:51 PM)
CHIEF ENGINEER   Swartz Bay Regular   We are currently seeking applications from individuals interested in being considered for the Shipboard Management position of Chief Engineer, Intermediate at Swartz Bay.   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. Your experience will include proficiency with relevant operating systems and a demonstrated knowledge in safe work practices, leadership & development of employees and an understanding of financial and budget processes.   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 submit your cover letter and resume by March 17, 2024.   Additional information The target salary range: $131,700 to $146,300 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. 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
3/17/2024
Posted Date 2 days ago(2/28/2024 11:56 AM)
GRAPHIC DESIGNER Richmond   The Role: Join our innovative and dynamic creative team as a Graphic Designer, where you will play a crucial role in shaping our brand identity and driving engagement across digital and print campaigns. Reporting directly to the Manager Marketing, your responsibility revolves around the creation of captivating design elements tailored for a diverse array of digital and print campaigns, email marketing, social media, and advertisements. In this collaborative role, you'll work closely with cross-functional team members to elevate our brand presence, engage our target audience, and drive our business objectives forward. Your role encompasses the full spectrum of creative endeavors, from conceptualization to execution. Using a suite of software programs, you'll bring visual concepts to life across multiple channels, ensuring that each piece resonates with our brand identity and messaging. Additionally, you'll play a crucial role in producing high-quality videos and photography, capturing the essence of our marketing campaigns, events, and social media content. Beyond your creative contributions, you'll serve as a vital resource for the marketing team, lending your expertise to brainstorming sessions and assisting in the development of effective marketing and advertising strategies. Moreover, you'll provide guidance to additional creative resources involved in various projects, ensuring alignment with our overarching objectives and maintaining consistency across all deliverables. Your commitment to upholding our corporate brand standards is paramount. You'll meticulously adhere to established guidelines, ensuring that every design element reflects our brand ethos and resonates with our audience. To stay ahead of the curve, you'll remain vigilant about industry best practices, design trends, and social engagement techniques, continuously seeking opportunities to enhance our creative outputs and drive greater engagement. In this role, adaptability is key. You'll embrace flexibility, readily taking on additional duties as assigned to support the collective success of our team and organization. Upholding our company policies and standards with unwavering professionalism and integrity, you'll contribute to a collaborative and inclusive work environment where creativity thrives. What you Bring:   The ideal candidate for this Graphic Designer position brings a Bachelor's degree in graphic design or a related field, accompanied by: - 4-6 years’ experience in a graphic design and art direction role; - 4-6 years proven graphic design, digital design, advertising, or a combination of experience in a related field; and - 1-3 years’ proven experience in videography, and photography  The candidate showcases their creativity through a strong online portfolio, embodying a creative mindset with the ability to conceptualize and execute innovative solutions. Their capacity to manage various assignments under tight deadlines while prioritizing branding, consistency, and quality underscores their commitment to excellence. Additionally, their collaborative nature and adept problem-solving skills, coupled with strong verbal and written communication abilities, position them as an invaluable asset to our dynamic team Join Us! If you're passionate about pushing creative boundaries, fostering engagement, and making a tangible impact through design, we invite you to embark on this exciting journey with us. If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter and resume by March 13, 2024.   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
Richmond
Closing Date
3/13/2024
Posted Date 2 days ago(2/27/2024 5:42 PM)
4th CLASS ENGINEER Little River Pool Regular You have an ability to prioritize and complete tasks in a safe and timely manner while monitoring and maintaining mechanical, electrical, and propulsion systems. 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 Applicants holding a Transport Canada 4th Class Motor certification or higher will 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 March 15, 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. C 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
Comox
Closing Date
3/12/2024
Posted Date 2 days ago(2/27/2024 5:22 PM)
INTERMEDIATE TECHNICAL ANALYST - LINUX/UNIX Victoria   The role As a key member of our Information Technology team, you are responsible for providing technical expertise in the areas of server administration, virtual server technology, storage area networks, backups and recovery, and performance management. You work in the areas of Linux/Unix server administration, and perform system administration duties and functions that require access to data that is confidential and private.  As well as maintaining the functionality, reliability, and stability of existing systems by ensuring appropriate backup and recovery, disaster recovery, job scheduling, performance monitoring and tuning, and capacity monitoring duties are performed.   You work closely with Change Management and internal customers, in regards to the configuration, test, implementation and post implementation reviews of system modifications and enhancements (Change Management), and document procedures to maintain security, confidentiality, and industry best practices for the BC Ferries server environment.   What you bring to the team You have a degree or diploma in Computer Systems or an IT related discipline from a recognized college or technical school, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and significant on the job experience in Information Technology.  You bring 3 to 5 years of experience building, maintaining and providing support for Linux/Unix server environments, including supporting backup and recovery services in an enterprise environment and mixed virtual and physical hosting environments.   You have knowledge and experience with Oracle Solaris server environments, and a working knowledge with Dev-Ops environments, tools, processes and methodologies. In addition, you have a good working knowledge of Microsoft Active Directory, and experience running database applications in SAN environments, coupled with experience in storage and SAN administration.   You have excellent interpersonal, collaboration, communication and problem solving skills, with an ability to consistently achieve a high level of customer satisfaction. You have a proven ability to develop and implement solutions and to effect organizational change in an energetic, complex environment. You are focused on delivering effective quality technical solutions to meet the organizations needs.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter and resume by March 10, 2024.   Additional information The target salary range: $64,300 - $80,400 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. 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
Victoria
Closing Date
3/10/2024
Posted Date 2 days ago(2/27/2024 3:49 PM)
DIRECTOR, MEDIA & ISSUES Victoria or lower mainland   The opportunity With new public affairs leadership, the brand new position of Director, Media and Issues, is a senior leader role in the organization and one that will have broad influence to grow and evolve BC Ferries’ relationship with media and communications approach to issues management. Help us chart a course into the future with a focus on strategic communications, media relations and issues management.   To be the right fit, you are an empowering leader – someone who is calm, strategic and tactical under pressure and who can see the big picture beyond any daily issues. You are a relationship-builder and problem-solver, seeking a role where you can make a difference every day. You’ve done this type of work before, you have trusted and familiar relationships with media, and you can inspire and grow a team to pull in the same direction. The right candidate for this role is a proven strategic communicator who understands and can integrate storytelling with proactive issues management. You can relate to a wide variety of professional backgrounds, have exceptional executive presence and can influence decision makers. You also have experience on camera or as a media spokesperson.   Prior experience working with Indigenous communities or broad stakeholder groups is considered an asset.   The Role Reporting to the Executive Director, Communications and Engagement and managing a small team, you add value and are energized by key areas of oversight such as: - Ensuring consistency in media strategy, commitments and expectations across all BC Ferries’ plans and frameworks - Providing strategic advice and guidance on media and issues management strategy, responses, tactics and best practices - Directing and providing support to team members and cross-departmental teams in preparing responses to emerging issues and crisis communication - Working across departments to ensure alignment of media and issues management strategies with related strategies and activities, e.g. corporate communications and marketing, customer care, community relations, Indigenous relations, capital projects, etc. - Acting as the initial touch point for media, MLA offices and key stakeholders, particularly related to issues that may arise - Building strong, lasting relationships with media members, key stakeholders and Provincial representatives, and internally with leaders and subject matter experts across BC Ferries - Leading Issues and Media Relations team including performance planning, assessment, feedback, and development of direct reports - Managing, guiding and coaching team members in media relations and issues management best practices What you bring to the team - Bachelor’s degree in communications, public affairs, community engagement or equivalent required - 10+ years’ experience in strategic communications, media, issues management, and crisis communications - Experience in a public relations or communications role with high visibility in the public eye. Candidates with established media connections (i.e., writers and reporters) are highly preferred - Experience working with senior executives - Experience in a leadership role of growing and developing a high-functioning team - Experience working in (and preferably leading) a crisis communications environment - Strategic thinking and strategy development - Experience working in a large organization and successfully translating and communicating operational priorities in plain language - Strong ability to build and maintain relationships internally and externally - Willingness to work flexible hours under changing conditions   Hybrid work is available and the role can be located in Victoria or in the lower mainland. Come join the team and help us move British Columbians up and down the coast.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter andresume. This posting will remain open until March 10 at 11:59pm, with initial interviews expected to begin the following week.   Additional information The target salary range: $155,100 - $193,900 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. 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
Victoria
Posted Date 3 days ago(2/26/2024 2:52 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 March 11th, 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 3 days ago(2/26/2024 2:28 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 March 11, 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
3/11/2024
Posted Date 4 days ago(2/26/2024 1:05 PM)
SENIOR MASTER Horseshoe Bay   We are currently seeking applications from individuals interested in being considered for the Shipboard Management position of Senior Master, Intermediate at Horseshoe Bay.   As a Senior Master, Intermediate, you are responsible for the overall management of employees and the vessel, including managing and leading the Shipboard Management Team. The Senior Master coordinates the effective performance of the vessel and its personnel in providing safe, efficient, economic, and timely transport of passengers and vehicles. The Senior Master is responsible for creating, forecasting, and balancing the deck and overall budget for the vessel. You will also participate in ensuring high standards of employee engagement and customer service in accordance with company objectives.   As a Senior Master, Intermediate you:   - ensure regulatory compliance with a high level of importance on overall safety; - hold a Transport Canada-approved Master’s Certification (Near Coastal or Master Mariner); - hold relevant post-secondary education or a combination of education and experience; - have a minimum of 3 years’ experience as a Master of a vessel over 350 GRT, including management of the activities of deck and shipboard employees; - must successfully clear on a BC Ferries vessel within 180 days of appointment; - have 1 year of experience in shore-side management experience - in a marine business setting; - are computer proficient with a good working knowledge of current software programs; - are an innovative leader with a strong focus on customer service and Company objectives; and - ensure high standards of mariner professionalism and employee relations at all times.   Join us!   If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter and resume by March 11, 2024.   Additional information This is a regular, full-time position with a salary range of $140,400 - $175,600 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
West Vancouver
Closing Date
3/11/2024
Posted Date 1 week ago(2/21/2024 4:29 PM)
DIRECTOR, TERMINAL OPERATIONS Various   The role You are a leader, your mantra is “Safety First,” and your goal is to enhance customer satisfaction by promoting employee engagement and delivering services that are safe, efficient and reliable.   Reporting to the Vice President, Customer Experience, your role is to provide strategic leadership and direction for the safe, customer centric and efficient operations and administration of BC Ferries Terminals. You are responsible for providing input and implementing approved corporate strategies and you are ultimately responsible for long-term financial, budgetary and operating results of assigned business units.   You ensure a high standard of safety at the terminal for passengers, employees, and the public by overseeing new safety initiatives, supporting the strategic direction for safe practices in terminal operations for the customers and all terminal staff, and managing the terminal response in the event of an emergency. You liaise with other functional/departmental groups to ensure full integration of operational objectives, purposes and achievements and contribute to the evaluation & development of operational strategy and performance and provide support and operating expertise for Terminal related capital projects. You also promote good relations with community, government agencies, customers and union representatives by participating in the conduct of labour negotiations and/or relations issues and grievances, administration process and human resources activities in accordance with corporate policies and guidelines, and community based advisory committees.   What you bring to the team You have a post-secondary or graduate degree in Business Administration or a related field along with minimum of 10 years’ experience managing a passenger transportation terminal; preferably marine transport. In addition, you bring several years’ experience implementing strategic initiatives, creating and managing large operating and capital budgets and leading both a unionized and non-unionized workforce across a large geographic area. You bring endless energy and have a proven track record of success building teams through values based leadership and achieving results throughout the operation.    Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter and resume by March 8, 2024.   Additional information The target salary range: $155,100 - $193,900.  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
Closing Date
3/8/2024
Posted Date 1 week ago(2/21/2024 2:10 PM)
ASSET MANAGEMENT SYSTEM COORDINATOR Victoria   You have a flare for asset management practices, your passion is improving data quality, and your goal is ensuring that documented procedures, reports and training continue to meet business needs.   As an Asset Management Coordinator, your role is diverse, and you work well with limited supervision to support business areas in asset management by identifying assets and establishing standards – based asset records and maintenance plans for all vessel, marine and shore side activities. You facilitate the creation of the critical spares list with standard item naming, numbering and categorization. You will analyse asset lifecycle performance and cost parameters to provide site teams with evidence to determine the optimum repair/replacement decisions. You will add, audit, and maintain asset management data quality and system set-up parameters in order and develop situations that improve the business process, roles, and responsibilities. You will also maintain employee-training records, develop training material, and provide opportunities that include the best practices and standards for all teams.   You bring 3 to 5 years of progressive experience in an asset intensive industry as well as experience with maintenance management (CMMS) systems. You are a calm, confident team player with good judgment. You are focused on delivering excellent customer service with a helpful attitude.    You have a degree, diploma, or certificate in Business Management, Computer Science, Information Systems, Project Management, or other related field.  Extensive knowledge and experience working with MS Office is considered an asset.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please apply online by March 5, 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 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
3/5/2024
Posted Date 2 weeks 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 February 29, 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
2/29/2024
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/15/2024 6:23 PM)
DECKHAND Saltery Bay 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 February 29, 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
Powell River
Closing Date
2/29/2024
Posted Date 2 weeks 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 February 29, 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
2/29/2024
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/15/2024 5:32 PM)
ENGINE ROOM ASSISTANT Little River Casual You are a self-starter and a positive team player providing essential vessel safety and operation expertise. You have an ability to prioritize and complete tasks in a safe and timely manner while monitoring and maintaining mechanical, electrical, and propulsion systems.   Marine Emergency Duty (MED) STCW Basic Safety and Survival Craft certificates are required. Completion of ELTT in Diesel Mechanics or a Transport Canada Engine Room Rating certificate an asset. Preference will be given to those with a 4th Class Motor Certificate.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please apply online by February 29, 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
Comox
Closing Date
2/29/2024
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/15/2024 5:14 PM)
DECKHAND Little River 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 February 29, 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
Comox
Closing Date
2/29/2024
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/15/2024 4:50 PM)
4th CLASS ENGINEER Little River Regular You have an ability to prioritize and complete tasks in a safe and timely manner while monitoring and maintaining mechanical, electrical, and propulsion systems. 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 Applicants holding a Transport Canada 4th Class Motor certification or higher will 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 February 29, 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. C 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
Comox
Closing Date
2/29/2024
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/15/2024 3:40 PM)
PROJECT COORDINATOR Fleet Project Management Office Victoria or Richmond   The role Are you an exceptional contributor in the Marine Industry who is passionate about collaborative, innovative and environmentally responsible advancements in your field? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you to join our project management team. Reporting to the Senior Project Manager, as the Project Coordinator, FPMO, you will execute lower complexity vessel projects as lead, and be responsible for planning, executing, monitoring, controlling and closing the project. You will also support the FPMO Project Managers with various Project Management tasks on vessel projects of higher complexity as assigned.  Typical assignments may include: refit, dry-docking, capital modifications, conversions, emergent repairs or improvements to BCFS vessels. You will oversee and monitor the project from initiation to close out, ensuring that the Project Team produces the project deliverables within budget, on schedule, at the required level of quality and within the acceptable levels of health, safety, and environmental risk.   You work well independently and as a collaborative team member, utilizing effective problem-solving and time management skills.  Fundamental knowledge and experience of planning, executing, controlling, and closing of projects is desired.  Your strengths include great communication, organization, leadership and interpersonal skills with the ability to build and maintain effective working relationships. You are result-oriented and self-motivated.   What you bring to the team This is an opportunity for a developing maritime professional interested in advancing their skills in complex projects management. Ideally, you have a Diploma or Degree in Marine Engineering, Naval Architecture, or Mechanical Engineering from a recognized educational institution. Training in Project Management Principles and knowledge areas and working towards Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification considered as asset.  You have 2 or more years supporting multi-faceted projects, preferably within a shipbuilding, ship repair or marine operations environment.  Proficiency in MS Office Programs, Maximo, and Cognos/Oracle or similar software systems is an asset.  Formal training in project management or financial management would also be an advantage. Occasional travel and placement in overseas shipyards might be required; the successful candidate should be prepared to take on such assignments.   Join us! If this sounds like your next great career move, please submit your cover letter and resume by February 29, 2024.   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 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
Richmond
Closing Date
2/29/2024