Purpose & Accountabilities:
To provide marine technical documentation and coordination support within the areas of marine operations, port/terminal facilities development, port information guide, procedures for Marine Emergency Management and Quality Maritime Assurance activities, marine traffic coordination, personnel transport crafts, tug & barges, bunkering, mooring and hydrocarbon cargo transfer operations.
- To assist in the different areas of Marine administration for technical and report writing, document control and preparation of presentations.
- Assist in developing marine operational procedures ensuring that all marine related activities are covered by fit for purpose processes.
- Assist in the development and maintenance of Terminal Operation Manual, Port Information Book and associated documents.
- Support the planning and coordination logistics for marine related activities.
- Assist with monitoring marine contracts and project compliance with Canadian and International Regulations.
- Assist with Health, Safety, Security, Environmental (HSSE) compliance for marine activities at the terminal.
- Coordinate with external contractors, arrange meetings and logistic arrangements.
- General administrative assistance with Marine Team on a day to day basis.
- Ensure that all documentation and certification compliance is maintained at all times.
Skills & Requirements:
Marine Deck / Maritime Studies, Port and Logistics knowledge together with 3-5 years of experience in the marine industry (Port operations administration preferred). Knowledge and experience of marine activities, information requirements for Port Information Guide, port operating procedures for mooring, bunkering, oil spill and marine emergency response, and marine traffic coordination etc.
Primary competencies required:
- Computer literate - Microsoft Office XP, Outlook express, PowerPoint Presentations, SharePoint, Excel Spreadsheets, Simply Safety Programs etc.
- Excellent documentation development and control skills, formatting, editing, etc.
- Excellent English oral and written communications skills.
- Energetic, self-motivated team player, respectful with strong work ethic.
- Ability to work with a wide variety of stakeholders including First Nations.
- Understanding and compliance with Health, Safety, Security and Environment regimen requirements.
- Understanding of Canadian Regulations (CSA 2001) and major International Maritime Standards (SOLAS, ISM, ISSC, BWM, etc.).
- Maritime Operational Support Services.