Longshore On Call Casual Employment in Stewart BC
BC Maritime Employers Association and International Longshore & Warehouse Union Local 519 are looking for casual on-call employees for Stewart BC. As this is casual on-call work for approximately 80 days per year it would be a good fit for people in who have flexible work arrangements.
Candidates must have transportation to and organize their own accommodation in Stewart. The process involves an unpaid two day Waterfront Basics orientation with a written and physical capability test. Upon completion candidates will receive2 days of paid training at the current Collective Agreement rate of $40.56 per hour, then be available for dispatched to work. This would be a good fit for people who live in regions around Terrace, Kitwanga, the Nass communities and up to Dease Lake.
For further information please contact ILWU Local 519 on 1-250-636-2500
ADP Pay Statement Self Serve (SSS)
ADP On line pay statements, Statement Self Serve (SSS) will be rolled out for all employees with the next payroll. Employees will receive a two page document with the process for registering for this ADP feature from pay date of December 01, 2016.
For more information visit the MYBCMEA website.
PortVan eHub mobile app for Port of Vancouver
The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority launched an innovative mobile app today that brings real-time monitoring of port operations to users across the supply chain.
Available on the Apple App Store and Google Play, the PortVan eHub app offers insight into the operating status at the Port of Vancouver's four container terminals, as well as road advisories, rail activity on Vancouver's south shore, cruise terminal vessel embarkation windows at Canada Place, and the status of vessels in port.
"Over the past several years, we have been introducing innovative ways to provide transparent, real-time information to our port users and stakeholders," said Peter Xotta, vice president, planning and operations at the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority. "The PortVan eHub app is another way we can quickly share what is happening in the port to the people who need that information the most."
The PortVan eHub app combines information collected from the mandatory GPS units on container trucks, live monitoring of port operations from the port authority's 24/7 Operations Centre, and cross-agency information from organizations like the Regional Transportation Management Centre.
Notifications about terminal operating status, rail crossing activity on port property along Vancouver's south shore, or traffic interruptions on major routes can now be received through immediate and automatic updates, allowing those travelling to or from the port to plan their routes accordingly.
The PortVan eHub app is available for free download on Apple iPhone with iOS 9.0 or above and on Android smartphones with version 4.0.3 or above. The app will also be made available for tablets in future version releases.
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For more information visit the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority website.