Archipelago Marine Research Ltd., established in 1978, is a Victoria-based consulting firm specializing in national and international commercial fisheries monitoring and marine environmental assessment services. Archipelago is a recognized world leader in the development and delivery of fisheries monitoring programs and monitoring technology. Archipelago has led the development of Electronic Monitoring (EM) programs, an innovative approach to fisheries management.
The Field Services Coordinator position has been developed to ensure that our clients receive world-class service, support and training starting with the installation of their EM equipment and through to the ongoing support of their system. This position is a dynamic and challenging one that requires a highly organized and motivated individual who has proven skills and experience with handling multiple tasks and working with diverse groups of people. The position will also require an individual who has a flexible schedule and is able to work longer hours and weekends when necessary.
The Field Services Coordinator will be part of the EM Operations team and has a number of areas of responsibility, each of which is outlined below. This position will report directly to the EM Field Services Manager, but will work closely with the Project Managers to ensure the deliverables for each of the projects can be met.
This position is full-time based on 37.5 hours per week, but will require longer hours of weekly work and some weekends when required. Additional work and some international travel will be required depending on the various projects and clients we are supporting.
Starting rate will be commensurate with experience.
Mail or fax your resume to:
Archipelago Marine Research Ltd.
525 Head Street,
Victoria, BC, Canada V9A 5S1
Fax: (250) 383-0103
Or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline: Open until a suitable candidate is found
Note: Interviews may be conducted throughout the posting period and the position may be filled prior to the closing date.