Prince Rupert, BC
With strategic investment underpinning an exciting expansion of the DP World Prince Rupert Terminal, the Maintenance Manager will play a critical role. Reporting to the Director, Operations, the Maintenance Manager is responsible for the strategic oversight and management of all terminal maintenance, ensuring maximum operational availability, reliability and safety of equipment and facilities. This leadership role has full cost accountability as well as capital project responsibilities for his/her maintenance area and contributes to the planning, executing and achieving of organizational strategic objectives. The Maintenance Manager will provide inspired leadership, mentorship and guidance to an established team, developing strengths within the group all while ensuring safety and regulatory compliance standards are adhered to.
The ideal candidate will be progressive in style and bring a depth of experience managing a heavily unionized workforce on planned, emergency, preventative and predictive maintenance programs. Ideally, the incumbent’s background includes dynamic leadership, project management and maintenance planning within a plant, mill, or terminal operation where 24/7 uptime is essential. In addition, he/she will bring a successful track record of achieving positive results in system optimization and continuous improvement. The successful candidate will possess strong people management skills, process optimization aptitude, customer service orientation and demonstrable financial and business acumen.
Located on Canada’s Northwest coast, DP World Prince Rupert is the closest major North American port to Asia. We offer direct on-dock access to CN’s Class 1 rail network. This strategic combination offers ocean carriers and cargo owners fast transit times between Asia and North American markets. Designed and purpose built as a high-volume intermodal gateway, cargo is rapidly moved between vessel and rail, further enhancing DP World’s total transit time advantage. With the 2017 completion of the Phase 2 North expansion project, Prince Rupert is now operating at a capacity of 1.35 million TEUs annually. The increased capacity means DP World can further support importers and exporters who favor Prince Rupert for its position as the most efficient and fastest route for trade between Asia and North America.
If being a part of DP World’s pivotal expansion and evolution is the next step in your career, send your resume to Jennifer Madden and Shaun Carpenter at www.pfmsearch.com