Summer Student (Multiple Positions)


SUMMER 2022 – STUDENT POSITIONS (CASUAL)

The Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) is currently seeking nineteen students interested in summer employment for four months commencing May 02, 2022, to August 31, 2022. 

Applicants must be attending school, college or university during the last school term and returning to their studies in the subsequent academic year. 

Job Title: Summer Students

Job Type: Temporary / Casual

Categories:

Department

Maintenance

Engineering

Business Intelligence

Public Affairs

Communications

Environmental Sustainability

Commercial & Regulatory Affairs (Legal)

Digital Business

Information Technology

Occupational Health & Safety

Finance (Accounting)

Number of Positions

4

2

1

4

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

Job Descriptions:

Maintenance – Preventative (4 positions)

The students will assist the Asset Management Department with preventative maintenance activities and work orders. The students will lead the completion of grounds keeping activities, painting, and pressure washing. Field work will also be conducted, including basic maintenance work, inspections, surveys (GIS) and operating basic maintenance equipment and tools. The students will assist at community events and at ensuring the 5S program is maintained (sort, set in order, shine, standardize, and sustain).

The students should possess good spoken communication skills, work safely, and have a basic understanding of small power tools. The students should be enthusiastic, self-motivated, and work well both individually and in a team environment. The students should also possess a valid, Class 5 Driver’s Licence and be able to produce a Driver’s Abstract (if requested).

Work will predominantly be in the field with some time spent in an office environment. The positions may require work on vessels and irregular work hours.

Engineering (2 positions)

The students will assist the Engineering department in the design, field review and administration of PRPA capital construction projects. The students may participate in the Fairview Connector Road and Seal Cove Habitat Offsetting projects. Various Engineering projects may also be assigned, including but not limited to completing field reconnaissance to confirm physical characteristics of property (e.g., manual soil probing to measure overburden thickness) and land surveying. Work may also include assistance in preparing concept drawings and preliminary budget estimates for future development proposals.

The students must at minimum have completed their first year of study in engineering or engineering technology in an accredited University or College and must possess the following qualifications and capabilities:

  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office, Power Point and AutoCAD
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong problem solving and analytical techniques.
  • Basic understanding of land surveying.
  • Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings and specifications.
  • Basic knowledge of project management.
  • Ability to organize and prioritize assignments.
  • Possess a valid Class 5 Driver’s Licence and be able to produce a Driver’s Abstract (if requested).
  • Ability to move safely around construction sites and undeveloped land, including the ability to climb ladders and perform moderate lifting.

The students will work both in the field and in an office environment. This position may require occasional irregular work hours.

Business Intelligence (1 position)

The Business Intelligence student will be a part of PRPA’s Trade Development team and will support the Manager, Business Intelligence in driving the development of focused reports and dashboards using PRPA’s reporting software, SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) and PowerBI. In addition, the student will provide support in identifying relevant data sources, gathering data and monitoring supply chain performance. The student will also work closely with the Digital Business team and provide support for new dataset creation and architecture as well as maintenance of the PRPA Data Warehouse.

A working knowledge of the following is considered an asset:

  • Data Warehousing
  • SQL
  • ETL Methodologies
  • MS Office (Excel/PowerPoint)

The ideal candidate will be enrolled in a business, economics, math, computer science, or related analytical field of study. Students with a genuine interest in supply chains, a desire to work in a fast-paced, high-learning environment, and an eye for detail are encouraged to apply. This role is based in an office environment.

Public Affairs (4 positions)

The students will primarily be involved in the marketing and operations of the Port Interpretive Centre (PIC) and The Prince Rupert Visitor Centre (PRVIC).  The students will be front-line staff at the PIC and PRVIC and will provide engaging education to visitors about the Port’s history, its current operations, and vision for the future. In addition, the students will provide visitor information to guests about Prince Rupert and Northern BC. Other duties may involve community outreach, youth engagement and participation at local civic events.

The students should be enrolled in a University or College program.  Excellent interpersonal, service and communications skills are required. The students will work primarily in the PIC and PRVIC with some off-site field work. This position may require occasional irregular work hours.

Communications (1 position)

The communications team is seeking an enthusiastic student who will assist the communications team with a variety of exciting projects for PRPA.

In this position, the student will provide support to ongoing communication initiatives in the form of copy writing and editing, digital content development, traditional and social media monitoring, website CMS, archiving and maintenance of digital assets, marketing collateral development, and communications planning.

The student should be enrolled in a program at a post-secondary institution studying communications, marketing, public relations, or journalism. Excellent writing skills and attention to detail are a must. A good working knowledge of Microsoft Office is essential, while a familiarity with social media platforms, content management systems, and/or creative development software would be considered an asset. Experience with photography, videography, and related editing software is also preferred.

The student will work primarily in an office environment during regular business hours.

Environmental Sustainability (2 positions)

The students will assist in the various environmental stewardship programs.  This includes monitoring and sampling programs with work conducted on a vessel, data collection, reporting and research as well as other tasks as required.

The students should be enrolled in an undergraduate program in Science, Ecology or Marine Studies in a University or College.  Good writing and communication skills are required, and a good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel is an asset.

The students’ work will be split between an office environment and field work.  The position will also require working on vessels and may require occasional irregular work hours. The student must have the ability to lift items of up to 25 pounds.

Commercial & Regulatory Affairs (Legal) (1 position)

The student will work with PRPA’s legal department, reporting to In-House Counsel, on a variety of legal and commercial matters. Tasks will include drafting a variety of agreements, including leases and service contracts, dealing with regulatory matters, carrying out research, and preparing draft correspondence and other forms of communications. This opportunity will allow the student to have direct and practical work experience in a fast-paced legal environment and will provide the student with invaluable insight into how In-House Counsel functions at a Port Authority.

The student should be enrolled in a law program. Good writing, research and communication skills are required.

The student will work primarily in an office environment during regular business hours.

Digital Business (1 Position)

The student will work with the Digital Business Department, reporting to the Manager, Digital Business, on data integration projects focusing on incorporating PRPA’s data into the data warehouse and developing dashboards based on the data.

The student should be enrolled in a technology based or other related program that utilizes technology. Good writing and communication skills are required. A basic understanding of the following is considered an asset:

  • SQL Server
  • T-SQL
  • Data Warehousing
  • ETL Methodologies

The student’s work will be primarily in an office environment.  This position may require occasional irregular work hours.

Information Technology (1 position)

The student will work with the Information Technology Department, reporting to the Manager, IT, on a variety of projects including configuration and deployment of switches, radios, deployment of new PCs, asset management and front-line user support.

The student should be enrolled in a technology based or other related program that utilizes technology. Good writing and communication skills are required. A basic understanding of the following is considered an asset:

  • Networking
  • Desktop Computer Support
  • Microsoft Office application use and support

The student’s work will be split between an office environment and field work and the student should be able to lift up to 50 pounds.  This position may require occasional irregular work hours.

Occupational Health & Safety (1 position)

The Human Resources Department is seeking a candidate that has an interest in exploring a career in Occupational Health & Safety (OHS).

Reporting to the OHS Manager, duties will include:

  • Exploring and reporting on creating automated workflows in the Microsoft Office 365 environment.
  • Exploring and reporting on optimizing the use of the existing Digital Action Tracking System for tracking safety training, education, and certification.
  • Advise the manager on options to create a safety dashboard for PRPA leadership.
  • Conducting audits and inspections with the view of automating data capture (Bullet 1).
  • Participate in manager-led investigations with the view of automating data capture (Bullet 1).
  • Supporting the manager in conducting a legislative and regulatory gap analysis.

    An ideal candidate is self-motivated, enthusiastic, a critical thinker and open to seeing opportunities.

Desired skills & assets:

  • A proficiency with Microsoft tools, especially the office 365 platform and excel.
  • People skills, with a focus on customer service and relationship building.
  • Possess a valid Class 5 Driver’s License and be able to produce a Driver’s Abstract (if requested).
  • Appropriate safety footwear.

The student will be primarily working in an office environment but will be exposed to outside elements on occasion.

Finance – Accounting (1 position)

The student will work with the Accounting Department, reporting to the Manger of Finance. The student will assist in the processing of payable and receivable invoices and receipts, encoding in the accounting software (Microsoft Dynamic NAV), reconciling accounts, scanning, and filing documents, uploading documents in the FileHold system, and assisting with other required administrative and accounting tasks.

The student should be enrolled in a Finance or Accounting program at an accredited University or College and have a basic understanding of Accounting principles.

The student will work primarily in an office environment during regular business hours.

Individuals of Indigenous descent are strongly encouraged to apply.

Interested candidates are requested to submit a detailed resume with covering letter in confidence, specifying which department they wish to be considered for by March 31, 2022 (Thursday) to:

Director, Human Resources
Prince Rupert Port Authority
200 – 215 Cow Bay Road
Prince Rupert, B.C., V8J 1A2
Fax: (250) 627-8980
Email: careers@rupertport.com

No telephone inquiries please.

We thank all applicants for their interest in our organization. However, only applicants shortlisted for an interview will be contacted.

Summer Student (Multiple Positions)

Interested candidates are requested to submit their application in confidence by Thursday, March 31, 2022

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Director, Regulatory Compliance   

Reporting to the Vice-President, Commercial & Regulatory Affairs, the Director, Regulatory Compliance is responsible for providing leadership and strategic regulatory oversight for PRPA and third party projects, ensuring that the applicable requirements and standards are met and all conditions are adhered to, and for the development and implementation of programs and processes to ensure PRPA’s regulatory compliance under applicable legislation including the Canada Marine Act and its regulations,  the Impact Assessment Act, Official Languages Act, Access to Information Act, Privacy Act, and others as required.
2023/02/01
2023/02/15
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Prince Rupert Port Authority

Managing a vital trade gateway on Canada’s west coast, the Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) operates within the territory of the Ts’msyen people who have lived and traded in the area for thousands of years.

Over the past decade, the volume of goods moving through the Port of Prince Rupert and the number of people employed in Port activity have doubled, making it Canada’s third-largest port. The Port of Prince Rupert drives economic growth across northern British Columbia, with 3,700 people working in jobs that directly support the movement of goods, generating $360 million in annual wages.

PRPA is responsible for the overall planning, development, marketing, and management of the commercial port facilities within the Port of Prince Rupert. This includes ensuring competitive, efficient, and timely responses to customer needs and business opportunities. It also means ensuring that PRPA facilitates these opportunities in a manner that is safe, responsible, and sustainable.

Through careful stewardship, PRPA creates sustainable prosperity for its communities, partners, province, and country. The result is a growing gateway that supports an extensive workforce, a robust system of environmental safeguards and marine safety, and maintains its commitment to building stronger communities in northern British Columbia.

PRPA’ s Values

Integrity – We are ethical, transparent, and accountable in creating value for our customers, stakeholders, and organization. We build trust through responsible actions and honest relationships.

Teamwork – Our individual talents allow us to reach great heights when we join forces with our coworkers, customers, and community to effectively solve some of the most pressing opportunities and challenges facing international trade together, building a better Canada by growing trade.

Innovation – Finding new solutions to old problems has always been what sets us apart. We are committed to continuous improvement in the pursuit of excellence through creativity and ingenuity, and effectively manage the risk that may come with innovation.

Sustainability – The north coast of Canada is our home. We vigorously pursue a long-term vision that recognizes the importance of balancing environmental stewardship, economic vitality, social responsibility, and safety in our development and operations, contributing to our shared success and prosperity for generations to come.

Diversity – We are committed to an inclusive organizational culture that connects us closer to our community, customers, and coworkers. We celebrate diverse perspectives of all stakeholders to make us more effective as an organization and essential to our sustainability today and for the future.

Learn more about Prince Rupert Port Authority at: https://www.rupertport.com/

The Opportunity

Reporting to the Vice-President, Commercial & Regulatory Affairs, the Director, Regulatory Compliance is responsible for providing leadership and strategic regulatory oversight for PRPA and third party projects, ensuring that the applicable requirements and standards are met and all conditions are adhered to, and for the development and implementation of programs and processes to ensure PRPA’s regulatory compliance under applicable legislation including the Canada Marine Act and its regulations,  the Impact Assessment Act, Official Languages Act, Access to Information Act, Privacy Act, and others as required.

Accountabilities and Responsibilities

  • Has expertise and authoritative knowledge of applicable legislation, policies, and regulatory obligations impacting PRPA, including the Canada Marine Act, the Port Authorities Management Regulations, the Port Authority Operations Regulations, Prince Rupert Port Authority Letters Patent, Impact Assessment Act, Official Languages Act, Access to Information Act, Privacy Act, Prince Rupert Port Authority By-Laws, and others as required;
  • Develops and implements effective regulatory compliance programs and proactively audits regulatory compliance processes, practices, and documents related to our project review and authorization process, access to information, privacy, official languages and other regulatory obligations as required;
  • Develops, arranges, and presents training programs and materials, including policies, manuals, and guidelines to train and educate PRPA employees regarding PRPA’s regulatory obligations in order to continually reduce risk of non-compliance;
  • Leads the Project Review and Authorization process, liaises with other departments as required to develop and prepare all PAOR authorizations, and act as chair of the Project Review Committee;
  • Participates on multiple project teams and acts as the regulatory lead to ensure that activities are conducted in compliance with relevant laws, regulations, and guidance;
  • Provides advice and guidance to project teams on the interpretation and application of relevant regulatory requirements and review processes;
  • Ensures compliance by PRPA and third parties of PAOR authorizations and other regulatory authorizations as required, tracks performance, changes or amendments and identifies and manages risks of non-compliance;
  • Ensures PRPA’s compliance with the Privacy Act, conduct Privacy Impact Assessments as required, monitor for compliance, responds to requests and complaints from the public and other government agencies, completes required reporting, and supports the organization in meeting its privacy requirements;
  • Ensures PRPA’s compliance with the Access to Information Act, complete required reporting, responds to access to information requests and complaints from the public and other government agencies, and supports the organization in meeting its access to information requirements;
  • Ensures PRPA’s compliance with the Official Languages Act, complete required reporting, responds to complaints, liaises with the communications department to develop and implement an Official Languages strategy, and supports the organization in meeting its Official Languages requirements;
  • Ensures that PRPA’s policies, procedures and practices are in compliance with appropriate regulatory requirements;
  • Monitors changes to legislation, case law, guidelines and policies that impact PRPA’s regulatory obligations, provides assessments of the impact of new and changing regulations to PRPA’s business, and ensures awareness of such changes to the specific departments impacted and across the organization as required;
  • Liaises with other departments and provides expertise and support to the development and implementation of corporate policies and procedures to ensure regulatory requirements are met;
  • Responds to requests for input and feedback regarding proposed legislative or policy changes related to Canada Marine Act, the Port Authority Operations Regulations, the Impact Assessment Act, Official Languages Act, Access to Information Act, Privacy Act, and others as required;
  • Accountable for budget tracking and forecasting;
  • Provides inputs into the development of the organizations strategic plan;
  • Prepares submissions and presentations for the Board of Directors;
  • Completes projects and other research assignments at the direction of the Vice-President; and
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Vice-President, Commercial & Regulatory Affairs

Candidate Profile

Experience

  • Regulatory compliance professional, preferably with experience in legal, marine, natural resources, construction, and/or engineering industries.
  • Experience or understanding of developing and implementing regulatory compliance programs.
  • Knowledge of applicable legislation including: the Canada Marine Act, the Port Authority Operations Regulations, the Impact Assessment Act, Official Languages Act, Access to Information Act, Privacy Act, and experience in legislative review and implementation
  • Experience with or understanding of Indigenous consultation and accommodation
  • Ability to interact with external business partners and Regulatory Agencies.
  • Able to foster collaborative relationships with stakeholders.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Law, Engineering, or a related discipline, or equivalent experience in a regulatory compliance role.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Expert observation, analysis and judgement.
  • Strong negotiation skills and ability to think creatively and develop creative solutions.
  • Ability to prioritize and handle multiple projects.
  • Proven ability to build trust and respect within the organization.
  • Excellent spoken and written communication skills, fostering open communication.
  • Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Listens to and facilitates discussion.
  • Proven ability to maintain the confidentiality of information and records.
  • Excellent judgment and tact in dealing with sensitive issues.
  • Demonstrates ability to lead, plan, direct, manage and implement.
  • Enthusiastic and self-motivated. Works well individually as well as in a team environment.
  • Resilient and embraces change in a fast-paced environment.
  • Able to obtain security clearance under Transport Canada’s Security Clearance Program.
  • Licence.

Please note that proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 with a vaccine approved by Health Canada is required.

Interested candidates are requested to submit their application to:

Jessica Raso 517.899.0268 jessica@myivy.coEmily Murgatroyd 604.377.9255 emily@myivy.co 

Real Estate Associate

Reporting to the Manager of Real Estate, the Real Estate Associate is responsible for the efficient and effective administration of PRPA’s property portfolio and acts as the primary liaison between PRPA and its tenants.
2023/01/25
2023/02/08
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Real Estate Associate

POSITION SUMMARY

Reporting to the Manager of Real Estate, the Real Estate Associate is responsible for the efficient and effective administration of PRPA’s property portfolio and acts as the primary liaison between PRPA and its tenants.

MAJOR POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES

  1. Administers PRPA’s electronic property management system to maintain PRPA’s real property corporate records in MFiles. As the subject matter expert on PRPA’s real property management system, coordinates with other departments to ensure records are accurate, complete, and up-to-date. Working with the support of GIS technician, ensure accurate mapping of PRPA real property and tenants in PRPA’s GeoPort GIS web mapping application.
  • Administers and liaises with PRPA tenants to ensure compliance with lease provisions, maintenance, construction, and other lease matters in coordination with the Asset Management, Operations, Commercial & Regulatory Affairs, Project Engineering, Finance and Sustainability departments.
  • Understands and supports the Canada Marine Act, Prince Rupert Port Authority Letters Patent, Orders in Council and other historical documents with respect to property matters in order to ensure compliance and accurate record keeping.
  • Supports the preparation and filing of relevant documents for property acquisitions and rights, updates to PRPA’s Letters Patent, and registration of other property covenants. Undertakes research, preparation memos and correspondence in the administration and correction of land title records.
  • Supports and prepares a variety of land reports including appraisals, surveys, property condition assessments, and feasibility studies. Prepares simple internal property and rent valuations and recommendations for senior staff.
  • Prepares annual updates for the Directory of Federal Real Property and BC Assessment. Tracks key performance indicators for the organization’s property.
  • Supports the administration and requests for information of PRPA’s PILT obligations and property tax files.
  • Through research, data collection and analysis, supports the Manager of Real Estate, senior leadership, and internal and external stakeholders with information requests related to property and tenant matters.

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Works predominately in an office environment.
  • Regular, full-time position (37.5 hours per week). Regular working hours are Mondays to Fridays, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM with 1 hour lunch break (unpaid).

JOB SPECIFICATIONS

Formal Education

Post-secondary diploma or University degree in a related field or one of the following designations, or equivalent work experience: paralegal, property management, real estate or appraisal license

Related Experience

Minimum 2 years’ experience in at least one of the following areas: real estate or property law, planning and development, conveyancing, surveying, or appraisals.

Other Requirements

  • Experience in conducting research, data collection and maintaining data integrity.
  • Superior judgement and tact in dealing with sensitive issues and confidential information.
  • Strong analytical, problem solving with the ability to exercise independent judgement.
  • Strong writing, organizational skills, and attention to detail.
  • Experience working with lease documentation and related legal work.
  • Ability to calculate valuations on real property, reviewing property drawings and maps.
  • Effective communicator, working well in a team environment and able to establish and maintain effective working relationship with all employees and external parties.
  • Enthusiastic and self-motivated.
  • Thrives in high-paced environment.
  • Proficient in MS Office, especially Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Demonstrates commitment to the Port’s Vision and Mission.
  • Provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 with a vaccine approved by Health Canada.
  • Able to obtain security clearance under Transport Canada’s Security Clearance Program.
  • Possess valid Class 5 Driver’s Licence.

Individuals of Indigenous descent are strongly encouraged to apply.

Interested candidates are requested to submit their application in confidence by Wednesday, February 8, 2023.

                                                Manager, Human Resources

                                                Prince Rupert Port Authority

                                                200 – 215 Cow Bay Road

                                                Prince Rupert, B.C., V8J 1A2

                                                Fax:     (250) 627-8980

                                                Email:  careers@rupertport.com     

No telephone inquiries, please.

Business Analyst

The Business Analyst plays a key role in delivering business intelligence to internal and external users.  The position supports decision making and creates awareness of the organization’s competitive position by working closely with other functions to develop, design and produce reports related to the business environment, cargo volumes, market share, supply chain performance and other aspects of gateway competitiveness across all lines of business.
2023/01/19
2023/02/06
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Business Analyst

POSITION SUMMARY

The Business Analyst plays a key role in delivering business intelligence to internal and external users.  The position supports decision making and creates awareness of the organization’s competitive position by working closely with other functions to develop, design and produce reports related to the business environment, cargo volumes, market share, supply chain performance and other aspects of gateway competitiveness across all lines of business.

The Business Analyst is required to undertake research collaboratively with both internal and external parties to support the development of proactive, credible and actionable insights, options and recommendations to management and supply chain partners. 

MAJOR POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES

  1. Monitors and reports changes in the macroeconomic and business environment that have the potential to create business opportunities or risks for the organization, its terminals as well as its supply chain partners.
  2. Performs market research and analytical support in identifying new cargo opportunities.
  3. Assists with the investigation of changes to trade patterns, industry dynamics and supply chain configurations that could impact existing and potential terminal operators and service providers.
  4. Coordinates the research and preparation of a collaboratively developed, multi-case cargo volume forecast for the Port, informed by input from supply chain partners and internal users.
  5. Performs research and analysis activities in support of strategic planning process and the development of the Port’s 5-year Business Plan, including review of the business environment, opportunity identification and assessment, development of SWOT analysis, volumes forecasting, and tracking of progress towards reaching the organizational goals and objectives.
  6. Assesses business competitiveness by measuring, monitoring and benchmarking gateway performance and market share against competing ports, terminals and services providers at other gateways.
  7. Coordinates the timely and accurate fulfilment of decision support reporting along with data and statistics reporting enquiries from internal and external stakeholders.
  8. In conjunction with IT, enhances reporting for all PRPA departments requiring business intelligence with respect to port volumes, markets, shippers and cargo performance.
  9. Represents the Port at various meetings, conferences, seminars and other functions as prioritized and in consultation with the Director, Business Development, and provides Port management with a record of the proceedings. Builds and fosters effective working relationships with key external agencies such as Transport Canada. 
  10. Performs other related duties, as required.

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Works predominantly in an office environment.
  • Regular, full-time position (37.5 hours per week). Regular working hours are Mondays to Fridays, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM with 1-hour unpaid lunch break.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS

Formal Education

Bachelor’s Degree in business administration, Logistics and Transportation, or Economics.

Related Experience

2 to 3 years related experience.

Other Requirements

  • Strong ability to organize and present data in support of decision making
  • Strong spoken and written communication skills
  • Strong statistical and empirical analytical skills
  • Strong problem solving and organizational skills
  • Experience with technical report writing and requirements analysis, business process modelling/mapping, methodology development, and data modeling.
  • Ability to understand the uses, needs and data requirements of an existing or new report and work collaboratively with IT to develop improved products.
  • Proficient in MS Office, especially Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint; some exposure to MS Project
  • Knowledge of the transportation and logistics industry is an asset
  • Demonstrated ability to learn new skills and acquire industry knowledge
  • Good consultation and facilitation skills
  • Superior judgment and tact in dealing with sensitive issues and confidential information
  • Good relationship building skills. Comfortable working with stakeholders from multiple disciplines and across multiple product lines
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects concurrently and to effectively handle changing priorities
  • Enthusiastic and self-motivated. Works well individually as well as in a team environment.
  • Creative and intuitive thinker.
  • Demonstrates commitment to the Port’s Vision.
  • Resilient. Embraces change and thrives on change.
  • Thrives in high-paced entrepreneurial environment.
  • Able to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 with a vaccine approved by Health Canada.
  • Able to obtain security clearance under Transport Canada’s Security Clearance Program.
  • Possess valid Class 5 Driver’s Licence.

Individuals of Indigenous descent are strongly encouraged to apply.

Interested candidates are requested to submit their application in confidence by Monday, February 6, 2023.

                                                Manager, Human Resources

                                                Prince Rupert Port Authority

                                                200 – 215 Cow Bay Road

                                                Prince Rupert, B.C., V8J 1A2

                                                Fax:     (250) 627-8980

                                                Email:  careers@rupertport.com     

No telephone inquiries, please.