Terminal Manager – Prince Rupert Operations
Our client, Wolverine Terminals is about to break ground on an exciting new project in Prince Rupert BC. Reporting to the VP Operations, the Terminal Manager is responsible for all Rail & Marine Operations in Prince Rupert, British Columbia ensuring Safe Operational Excellence to customers, personnel, and assets at all times.
Manage, coordinate, organize and control the safe and efficient operation and staff for bunker/marine fuel supply to end customers. Responsible for maintenance and repair of both the onshore facilities and marine equipment, in addition to regular facility/barge inspections and reporting to meet regulatory commitments. Interact with visiting vessel crews, and community leaders as required. Engage and interact with neighboring facilities and rail personnel as required. Maintain a working relationship with the Port Authority and Federal regulatory agencies related to proper operation and compliance of the facility. Periodically audit and update all terminal/marine operations and safety plans with applicable check lists. Oversee and participate in the hiring, training, shift planning, and evaluation of personnel. May conduct customer tours and sales calls as requested.
Supervision of an Oil Transfer Operation (SOTO), Marine First Aid, Marine Emergency Duties (MED A1 and B2), Standards of Training, Certification of Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW Basic Safety), Completion of Restricted Radio Operator examination, Proof of medical fitness.
Diploma or degree in engineering, transportation or a related field, OR, a combination of post high school education and applicable experience.
Preference for a minimum 10 years working in a marine bunkering operation or transportation operation, with at least 3 to 5 years in a supervisory or management position.
Preference for experience in positions of increasing supervisor responsibility in a railway, construction, or heavy equipment environment
- KPI and budgeting experience preferred
- Knowledge of railcar switching procedures and rail car repair techniques considered an asset
- Experience with behaviour-based safety programs
Proficient with Microsoft Office products. Ability to learn Terminal Operating Systems.
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, including conveying technical information to technical and non-technical persons. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal/external business partners. Ability to evaluate process effectiveness and develop change or alternatives. Ability to function effectively with, or as part of a team. Ability to indirectly mentor, coach, train and/or supervise employees. Ability effectively manage projects that may vary in nature and scope. Ability to utilize problem solving skills. Identify problems, review related information to develop, evaluate options and implement solutions – root cause analysis. Knowledge of applicable computer software and operating systems. Knowledge of training methodology and the ability to develop and facilitate technical/operational/safety training to others. Conduct Technical and Safety training and competency sign-off.
Haz-Mat Certifications, Industrial Fire Fighting, Emergency Response, Marine Fuels knowledge (General technical understanding, safety data, measurement, compatibility)
Split between both inside (indoors) and outside conditions. May be exposed to petroleum products, marine and rail environments: mechanical hazards. Must be able to crouch, stoop to get into areas with restricted headroom and be able to climb ladders. May require extended use of computer keyboard and viewing of computer monitor/s and ability to sit for long periods of time.
The position is Exempt. May require the ability to work overtime to meet required deadlines. All work rules, including those that pertain to safety and health are expected to be respected and complied with.
Overtime Status: Exempt
Employee Status: Manager
LOCATION: Canada, British Columbia, Prince Rupert B.C. (Must be domiciled in Prince Rupert B.C.)