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Job Postings for Engineers and Geoscientists
Are you looking to hire an engineer or a geoscientist? Are you an APEGBC member seeking employment? APEGBC offers employment advertising opportunities to companies that want to reach APEGBC members with their job postings. Three employment advertising options are currently available: the online Career
Listings Board, the Feature Career Email, and print advertising in Innovation magazine. Career Listings
Both members and non-members can post job ads on the APEGBC Career Listings site, found online at apeg.bc.ca/Careers/ Careers-Listings. Jobs can be searched by title, discipline, company and location. Online ads are posted for eight weeks at a cost of $350+ GST. Bulk rates are available at $330+GST per ad for five ads and $320 + GST per ad for 10 ads. Feature Career Email This weekly newsletter goes out to approx. 25,000 members of APEGBC, highlighting the latest job postings. This add-on to an online posting on the Career Listings costs $90 + GST. Print Advertising For information about print advertising rates in Innovation , contact Gillian Cobban, Advertising Sales Representative at 604.929.6733. For more information about APEGBC’s Career Listings, or to get started visit apeg.bc.ca/Careers/Post-a-Job. Have questions? Contact Kim Ball, Web Communications Officer, at email@example.com or 604.412.4891.
c ommun i t y Technical Tour Provides Members a Unique Sea to Sky Experience
Local APEGBC branches like the Sea to Sky Branch organize regular technical tours of public and private facilities located in their communities. These tours provide opportunities for members to network while increasing their knowledge of local infrastructure. Most recently, the Sea to Sky Branch visited the Sea to Sky Gondola Summit in Squamish. Squamish is home to many outstanding natural attractions, drawing visitors from all over the world; the Gondola links these attractions into one unique recreational experience. This past fall, the branch held its tour of the Sea to Sky Gondola Summit, led by Mamoud Bashi, P.Eng., Pierre Friele, P.Geo., and Trevor Dunn, General Manager and co-founder of the Sea to Sky Gondola. About 45 participants—including members, friends and families—gathered at the Gondola Base Camp, located on Highway 99
between Shannon Falls Provincial Park and the iconic Stawamus Chief Provincial Park. The tour started with a 15-minute gondola ride connecting the Base Camp to the Summit Lodge, set at 885 m above sea level. The ride provided sweeping views of the Howe Sound fjord, majestic coastal forest and surrounding mountains. The gondola cabins were designed and custom-made by Doppelmayr, a well-known Austrian manufacturer, with floor to ceiling glass windows offering unobstructed views of the surrounding natural attractions. Once at the gondola summit, presentations by Trevor Dunn and Pierre Friele enriched the tour, with Dunn sharing information about experiences and challenges during the gondola project construction phase, and Friele, President of Cordilleran Geoscience, talking about the quaternary geomorphology of the Squamish River and Howe Sound. Participants then enjoyed lunch in the Summit Lodge restaurant before exploring a wide array of outdoor experiences including interpretive walking trails, breath taking cantilevered viewing platforms, and the Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge. Interested in participating in upcoming branch activities in your local area? Find out more: apeg.bc.ca/branches.
Technical tour-goers experience stunning views of Squamish.
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