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November 22, 2016

From the Desk of Capt. Jeff Monroe



The Port of Prince Rupert, Canada’s leading edge port in trade growth, maritime safety, environmental stewardship and community partnerships, invites applications from highly-motivated individuals for the position of an IT ANALYTICS ADMINISTRATOR. The individual is responsible for the entire data flow process, from ETL to final reporting tools and everything in-between. We are a work environment that will encourage the incumbent to expand their skill set from Business Intelligence and SSIS/SSRS master. General composition of this role is 25% BI, 25% DBA, 25% schema designer, and 25% bidirectional translator of English and 3NF. This position is a part of a small team of IT professionals delivering service and support to internal and external stakeholders, right on the beautiful North Coast waterfront.The ideal candidate would possess a college or university degree and completion of some Professional Technical Certifications (i.e. MCSE: Business Intelligence, CBIP, etc.) and three to five years’ recent experience as a Business Intelligence Professional. In addition, the ideal candidate would also possess strong spoken and written communication skills and perform well individually in a team environment. The Port offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits program. More details regarding this career opportunity are available at the Port’s website at: Individuals of aboriginal descent are strongly encouraged to apply. Interested candidates are requested to submit their application in confidence by December 9, 2016, to:


2012 built TDC 4530 4-rope duty cycle crane rated for continuous full load operation. Features include Combination bulk handling crane, lift crane well suited for handling containers, Rated for continuous high speed bulk handling with 40 cyd bucket, 2,500 tons per hour, Designed for Panamax size geared or gearless ships and barges, Full load hoisting speed is 300 fpm, 32ft diameter roll path with 6 front house rollers and 4 rear house rollers, 45 metric ton at 100ft radius clamshell or container rating, Cat C32 diesel generator on the crane, 800 ekw, Diesel electric drives, no hydraulics, Travel speed 80 fpm, Fuel consumption 25 us gal/hr, Raised cab with heating, airco, insulation and high visibility, Easy crane to operate, two joysticks, designed for low operator skill, Automatic lubrication system, Lighting for night operations, TDC T6 design criteria, 100,000 hrs until first overhaul, Center to center rails is 64ft, Clearance under the gantry is 17’-11”, Separate hopper gantry connected via towbars, Power tagline winch, 20,000 lbs line pull, Dual slew drives, 2.5 rpm max slew speed. Photos and additional information available upon request. Contact

NOTE: We have several members seeking positions and members are welcome to send resumes to We also post positions available from your organization at no charge and will list equipment for sale, also at no charge. Confidentially will always be maintained upon request. We match interested parties with each other directly.


January 16-20 MPE Port Manatee, Florida

Hosted by Port Manatee

February 20-24 MPE Charleston SC

Hosted by the Charleston Pilots

March 20-24 MPE Philadelphia, PA

Hosted by HDR

April 3-7 3-7 MPE/Inland Pittsburgh, PA

Hosted by HDR

April 25 Commissioners Seminar Kansas City, MO

Hosted by the IRPT

May 1-5 MPE Houston, TX

Hosted by HDR

May 23-24 Continuing Education Anchorage, AK

Hosted By HDR

June 12-16 MPE Long Beach, CA

September 11-15 MPE/Inland Memphis, TN

October 11-12 Continuing Education Portland, Maine

Hosted by Maine Port Authority

November 13-17 MPE Tampa, Florida

Hosted by Port Tampa Bay

Applications and information are available from

Inland Marine Port Manager (2 Days, 16 Hours) $1,000 USD

Inland Marine Port Executive (2.5 Days-20 Hours) $1,000 USD

Maritime Port Management (2 Days-16 hours) $1,000 USD

Maritime Port Executive (2.5 days-20 hours) $1,000 USD

Continuing Education (2 days, 16 hours) $ 900 USD

Accredited Marine Port Executive 16 credit hours plus MPE/IMPE

5 Year Credential for AMPE.

Why IAMPE Seminars are in demand by port professionals:

  1. Lowest cost, highest quality program.

  2. Ongoing free support to seminar participants after the program

  3. Recognized industry wide professional certification.

  4. Endorsed by the Loeb-Sullivan Graduate School at Maine Maritime Academy for academic credit.

  5. Inland program endorsed by the Inland Rivers, Ports and Terminals Association.

  6. Continuing education credits for other professional certifications.

  7. Free membership to seminar participants in the IAMPE (first year) with full access to our electronic library.

  8. Standards set by the 22 member board of port and industry professionals who monitor and maintain professional standards for the seminars and organization.

  9. Only organization offering an accredited certification to industry professionals.

  10. Over 1,000 port executives, military officers, and terminal managers certified from the Western Hemisphere, Europe and Asia.

  11. The only structured, one week maritime/port executive program in the Western Hemisphere that comes with recognized professional certification.

Wishing all of our U.S. members a Happy Thanksgiving!

Capt. Jeffrey W. Monroe, MM, MTM, AMPE Director: Education, Standards and Training Programs International Association of Maritime and Port Executives 11 Katahdin Road. Portland, ME 04107-2828 USA Phone: (207) 741-7000, Cell: (207) 615-7989

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