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April 25th, 2006
April 25th, 2006

Job Opportunity at the Port of Prince Rupert

Port of Prince Rupert
Port of Prince Rupert
The Port of Prince Rupert is the second largest deep-sea port on the West Coast of Canada and is situated on the shortest trade corridor between Asia and the mid-west of North America.  It is currently moving forward with an aggressive expansion program that will see exceptional growth in container handling capacity, cruise passenger and industrial development activity over the next several years.  To assist the Port in reaching its potential, it has an exceptional opportunity for the right individual to join its small and progressive team of dedicated and committed professionals.

Director of Operations

This position will be responsible for ensuring the safe and proper use of the harbour and Port owned facilities.  This includes the provision of adequate maintenance, security and emergency planning programs to all Port operated facilities. This person will also be responsible for the control of dangerous goods movements within the harbour, for addressing relevant environmental matters as well as ensuring compliance with the applicable laws and regulations within the boundaries of the port.

The ideal candidate will have a marine background and will understand the nuances of Ports.  Experience in a terminal or port environment is preferred. We are seeking an individual with a high level of maturity, motivation and professionalism. All responses to The Caldwell Partners are confidential. Please indicate your interest in Project 8236 through the Opportunities section of, by email to , or in writing to 850-1095 Pender Street, Vancouver, V6E 2M6.

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