|The Port of Prince Rupert has started its summer student hiring process|
accepting cover letters and resumes for a range of positions for the
summer of 2020
For high school, college and university students around the North Coast the time to start thinking about summer jobs is at hand, withe perhaps a quick review of the resume and some practice at interview skills now on the horizon.
Among the opportunities for students in the region for summer jobs are a range of positions just posted by the Prince Rupert Port Authority, which is one of the more coveted of local employers for students looking for a summer gig.
In total, 22 summer temporary/casual positions are listed, with work to start May 1st and continue through until August 31st.
Applicants must be attending high school, college or university during the last school term and have plans to return to their studies in the upcoming academic year.
The deadline to submit applications is Monday, February 3rd 2020.
Those with an interest in applying for the positions can direct their resumes and cover letters to:
Director of Human Resources, Prince Rupert Port Authority
200 - 215 Cow Bay Road, Prince Rupert, BC V8J 1A2
You can also fax your resume and cover letter to 250-627-8980
Or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Port requests no telephone inquiries related to the positions.
The Gitmaxmak'ay Nisga'a Society has provided for a list for the interested, outlining the requirements for each position that has been posted by the Port.
You can review those entries here and here.
Those that may want more background on one of the positions available, may want to contact the Port through their email address for a synopsis of the category, or categories that hold interest for them.
Those that make the Port's shortlist will be contacted towards further progress in the competition.
For more items of interest on Port related themes see our archive page here.
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