Human Resources Coordinator (MV Isabelle)

This is a remote role

*Open to Internal Applicants Only

Location: Squamish, British Columbia, Canada (January 2024) 

Employment Status: Contract 

Work Language: English 

Hours 60 – 84 hours per week 


About LandSea 

Operating out of beautiful Squamish British Columbia, between the mountains, sea, and sky, LandSea specializes in providing workforce accommodation and catering solutions for projects in remote land and marine locations throughout BC (British Columbia) and Western Canada. We believe in and strive towards, creating good places for people to live. Anywhere.”   

About Working on a “Floatel 

LandSea will be providing workforce catering and accommodation services for guests onboard the MV Isabelle, a 650 passenger “Floatel”. The Floatel will be permanently docked in Squamish, B.C. and is estimated to operate for up to three yearsAll crew members onboard the MV Isabelle must have the minimum marine safety certifications required by Transport Canada for the specific job.     

Individuals who do not have the required marine safety certifications (see details below) will be required to attend a 5 – 10-day marine safety program. LandSea covers the costs of training, however, crew who do not complete minimum employment contracts are responsible to repay part of all the training costs.   

The Human Resource Coordinator will reside on the vessel during shift rotations and typically work between 10 – 12 hours a day. An average shift rotation is approximately 3 weeks on and one week off workWhile working onboard, accommodation, full meals, WIFI and health/gym facilities are available 24/7.  

LandSea books your travel arrangements and provides a travel subsidy. This position offers full benefits coverage and a competitive salary. 

About the Opportunity 

The Human Resource Coordinator plays a crucial role in supporting the recruitment, onboarding, training, and support of crew members and ensuring crew-related matters are handled efficiently aboard a docked vessel. 

Key Responsibilities 

Reporting to the HR (Human Resources) Manager, the responsibilities and essential job functions include, but are not limited to, the following: 


Recruitment Strategy and Planning 

Collaborate with hiring managers to identify staffing needs, job requirements, and desired qualifications. 

Review resumes, applications, and other candidate documents to assess qualifications and suitability for specific positions 

Maintain accurate and up-to-date candidate records 

Conduct initial screening, interviews, and assessments to evaluate candidate skills, experience, and cultural fit. 

Ensures all pre-employment requirements such as drug and alcohol clearance, LandSea or site-specific training and compliance are completed prior to hiring. 


Crew Scheduling 

Coordinating crew schedules to ensure the vessel is adequately staffed. This involves planning crew rotations, rest periods, and ensuring compliance with international regulations related to working hours and rest periods for seafarers and BC Employment Standards Act. 


Crew Assignments 

Assigning crew members to specific jobs based on their qualifications, experience, and availability.  


Crew Training and Certification 

Ensuring that all crew members have the necessary training and certification required for their roles on the vessel. This involves keeping track of certifications, expiration dates and arranging for necessary training when needed. 


Crew Onboarding 

Ensuring crew members receive new and updated training and onboarding  

Facilitate crew member onboarding (may include client/guests) 


Crew Management 

Handling crew-related matters, such as disciplinary issues, conflict resolution, and liaising with Head Office regarding related issues 


Compliance and Documentation 

Support compliance with relevant regulations and maintaining accurate crew records and documentation. This includes records of qualifications, medical fitness, and employment contracts. 


Performance Evaluation 

Supporting managers and supervisors with conducting performance evaluations for crew members and providing feedback to promote continuous improvement and career development. 


Minimum 3 years' experience as HR Coordinator or HR Generalist 

CPHR an asset 

Excellent communication. Speak, read, and write English  

Completion of University program in Human Resources, Marine Management, or related area. 

Team player and supports, motivates, and encourages others  

Excellent attention to detail and well-developed organizational skills  

Strong work ethic with an ability to work independently and in a team environment  

Always maintain a professional appearance  

Work safely and responsibly  

Physical Requirements

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