The Government of Northwest Territories is seeking a safety-first, entrepreneurial minded individual with maritime experience to provide leadership and direction within the Ship Yard Operations based in Hay River, Northwest Territories.
The successful candidate will be responsible to safely and efficiently manage the operations and profitability of the Hay River Shipyard while ensuring high standards of quality, a culture of safety and environmental protection are maintained.
The successful candidate will have the following abilities:
• Extensive knowledge of marine industry standards, Canada Shipping Act, Transport Canada Regulations, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping Standards, and others.
• Expertise in all facets of the Marine Transportation Services shore and marine operations, handling of dry cargo and bulk petroleum products.
• Marine industry related project management skills.
• Thorough knowledge and expertise with Environmental Standards ISO 14001, Environmental Management Systems, Quality Assurance/Control/Management Systems, ISO 9001.
If you’ve got the abilities along with a diploma in Engineering, 10+ years of industrial experience (preferably related to the Marine Industry), minimum of five (5) years in a managerial position along with five (5) years project management responsibility then we want to hear from you!
Hay River is a welcoming community of 3,500 friendly northerners that embraces the small town, laid back atmosphere. Hay River, also known as the “Hub of the North” is located on the south shores of Great Slave Lake which offers plenty of opportunity for water activities including: beach time, boating and fishing. Over the winter months there are plenty of trails for snowmobiling and cross country skiing. Community events include the annual Polar Pond Hockey tournament, Winter Carnival as well as a music, arts and culture event called Hay Days Festival in the summer.
For more information about this role and to apply please visit the job poster on our website at: https://www.gov.nt.ca/careers/job/15954