DP WORLD, PRINCE RUPERT
Prince Rupert, BC
As a new world takes shape, DP World enables smarter trade and improves lives. Our modern, strategically positioned marine terminals and logistics parks have the speed, reliability and reach to ensure your cargo gets to where it needs to be – but what sets us apart is our team of experts with our unceasing commitment to innovation. The world is changing at an unparalleled pace and we are growing to meet its needs. With more capacity coming online we are ready for the future. We trade smarter. For us, going beyond is a brand of service that has made us a leader the world over. Our dedicated team of over 45,000 employees from 130 countries cultivates long-standing relationships with governments, shipping lines, importers and exporters, communities and many other important constituents of the global supply chain to add value and provide quality services today and tomorrow. With a portfolio of 78 operating marine and inland terminals supported by over 78 related businesses across six continents, DP World aims to be essential to the bright future of global trade, ensuring everything we do has a long-lasting positive impact on economies and society.
With tremendous investment being made at DP World Canada’s terminals, an opportunity exists to join this world-class organization during a time of expansion. Reporting to the Manager, Maintenance, the Maintenance Engineer supports the installation, inspection, and repair of mechanical and electrical equipment at DP World Canada’s Prince Rupert terminal. The duties of the role focus on project development, maintenance planning, creation and achievement of KPIs and implementing reliability initiatives and comprehensive failure analysis. The Maintenance Engineer works with both maintenance and operations to meet preventative and proactive maintenance schedules and has project and reporting responsibilities for the maintenance area.
As the ideal candidate, you possess at least 5 years’ experience managing within 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 maintaining PLC controls and electrical systems for related industrial equipment. The Maintenance Engineer will be a critical thinker and project manager with excellent leadership ability, communication skills and current knowledge of RTG and Quay Crane equipment. A Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Engineering with an Electrical focus is required and a P.Eng. designation is an asset.
Located on Canada’s Northwest coast, DP World Prince Rupert is the closest major North American port to Asia and offers direct on-dock access to CN’s Class 1 rail network. This strategic combination provides 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 and in 2021 the next phase of development will begin to increase capacity by 20%. 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 enabling the growth of an industry leader is the next step in your career, visit our website and submit your resume and covering letter to Jennifer Madden and Matthew Bell. Please see Apply button for link.
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