The new transit operator for communities around the Northwest has started with its hiring call as it prepares to take over Public Transit service in Prince Rupert and a number of other communities.
Pacific Western Transit which is preparing to take over Transit service in the Northwest recently began posting Job Opportunities in order to staff positions ahead of the April changeover from First Canada the current operator in the city.
The company features 10 Career category opportunities ranging from Heavy Duty Mechanic and Drivers, to cleaner and Wash Bay attendants for their Prince Rupert operations, as well as for two Full Time Service managers for the local office.
You can review those listings here.
|Ten positions are currently listed as available with the new transit provider |
for Prince Rupert, with PW Transit posting the jobs to their website over the weekend
(image from PW Transit website (click to enlarge) )
Over the weekend, PW Transportation made use of their twitter feed to share some of the job opportunity fact sheets, you can follow their social media stream here.
Those in other communities in the Northwest can review what is being offered for operations in their local transit service from the PW Transit job search page here.
You can submit an application on line from this link to the PW Transit Canada website
Pacific Western Transit is the giant Alberta based transportation group which provides industrial transportation and public transit in many communities in Alberta, Ontario and British Columbia.
Earlier this month, they were awarded the contract for Northwest Transit service by BC Transit, with the new company set to serve Prince Rupert, Terrace, Kitimat and the Hazeltons.
The changeover in service from current contract holder First Canada is to be in place by April 1st.
The change in operators also arrives as BC Transit continues to expand on its Highway 16 shuttle program, having recently introduced the service between Hazelton and Terrace.
More notes on that successful contact award can be found below:
Alberta Transportation giant selected to provide Northwest Transit service starting in April
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