Thursday, 05 October 2017 13:36

Duty Superintendent, Maintenance - Westshore Terminals

Westshore Terminals is located 30 minutes south of Vancouver, in sunny Delta BC, and is the leading coal export facility and the largest dry bulk terminal on the west cost of the Americas. They have provided the essential link in the coal chain between mines, rail and end users for 45 years by shipping to over 20 countries around the world. Equipped with modern facilities, they are able to provide reliable, fast and efficient delivery including 2 rail loops, rotary dumpers and deep sea berths; 4 stacker reclaimers; and 7 kilometres of high speed conveyors.

Westshore seeks a new Duty Superintendent, Maintenance who oversees the installation, removal, inspection and repair of mechanical equipment at Westshore Terminals. S/he will also lead Foreman and Crew Members in service to the operations department to meet production and maintenance schedules and has full cost accountability as well as capital project responsibilities for his/her maintenance areas.

The successful candidate possesses at least 5 years’ experience managing a heavily unionized workforce on planned, emergency, preventative and predictive maintenance programs. Ideally your background includes leadership, project management and maintenance planning within a plant, mill, or terminal operation where 24/7 uptime is essential. In addition, you bring a successful track record of diagnosing and addressing mechanical issues associated with bulk material handling equipment such as rotary dumpers, conveyor systems, gear boxes. hydraulics, stacker reclaimers, shiploaders and related support equipment. In each of your mandates you  have achieved positive results in system optimization and continuous improvement.

If you are excited about this unique opportunity and meet the criteria above, we look forward to hearing from you.  To apply in confidence, please submit your resume online at    For further information, please contact Esther McGregor at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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