Wednesday, April 19, 2017

North Pacific Cannery restoration job opportunities to be outlined at Thursday info session in Prince Rupert

With the Spring and Summer season for restoration now in motion, the planned work at the North Pacific Cannery Historical Site is about to get underway and that means that there are some job opportunities available for those who qualify.

The Port Edward historical site is looking for labourers to perform restoration and construction work on the Historic Main building of the site, the Reduction Plant, Working Dock and a number of residential units.

To participate in the work, potential workers must be EI eligible, or have been on employment insurance (EI) in the last five years. Basic carpentry skills and some tools are required for those that are selected to work on the site.

The length of the contract will take you through to mid December, with the contract lasting eight months, the start date for the projects will be April 24th.

The Working Dock at North Pacific Cannery Historical Site is just one
of a number of restoration projects scheduled for 2017 at the Port Edward site

To give would be applicants a better understanding of the work ahead, Steve Milium who is in charge of the restoration work at North Pacific will be hosting an information session on Thursday, April 20th at 1:30 at 125 Market Place, the Work BC employment Services Centre. 

That is the main office for the Hecate Strait Employment Development Society located behind the Prince Rupert Court House.

You can contact the Hecate Strait offices at 250-624-9498 to get more information about tomorrow's Information Session.

For more items related to the North Pacific Cannery Historical Site see our Tourism archive page here.

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