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Kent Recruitment

Site Administrator

Canada - Kitimat, British Columbia
Date Published

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We recognize that diversity & inclusion are catalysts for success. We’re heightening awareness on the benefits of people diversity, diversity of experiences and diversity of our perspectives. Creating a culture of inclusivity where all employees feel a sense of belonging.

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About the job:

Kent is recruiting Site Administrator on a permanent basis based in Kitimat, BC. To arrange, track and coordinate all camp and travel request for the LNG Project. Applicants who self-identify for employment opportunities for the Project will be given preference in the following order:

a) members of the Haisla Nation (and their spouses)

b) Local Residents

c) residents of British Columbia

d) residents of Canada

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Receive, process and distribute incoming project documentation to various parties on site.
  • Receive, review and send e-mails.
  • Answers all incoming calls
  • Maintains the entire filing system and project archives applicable to direct position electronically and hard copies as required.
  • Create and maintain Project Coordinator Manual on site.
  • Onboard new hires as per site specific requirements
  • Coordinate and book all site specific required training and orientations for new hires.
  • Coordinate with Client required travel and camp requirements for new hires and entire crews and staff.
  • Receive, review and distribute flight confirmations.
  • Monthly reporting of travel and camp requirements to client.
  • Coordinate visitors to site and all applicate requirements, vehicles, camp and travel.
  • Obtain site specific passes for vehicles for visitors and annually for site specific vehicles.
  • Maintain rotation schedule for all staff and crews including sick days, LOA Days, etc.
  • Field payroll entry and submission to Corporate Office for all on site.
  • Create and maintain sign in sheets and timesheets.
  • Client specific timesheet entry and submission for approvals. Send to Corporate for invoicing on a weekly basis.
  • Vehicle tracking and logging of repairs, weekly inspections and all other related requirements.
  • Coordinate vehicle repairs as required
  • Coordinate equipment, materials and tools pass for outgoing from site.
  • Perform safety tool box talk, Hazard Hunt scheduling and actual hunt.
  • Maintain safety records and log for all. Includes, JSA’s, LPO,s, HID’s, BBOs, Near Miss, MSDS Binder, Safety Hours and Client Reporting monthly.
  • Assist with all safety requirements and maintaining of site specific binders and electronically.
  • Procurement – Create Material Requisitions, submit for approvals and obtain Client approval to purchase if required. Liaise with Corporate Purchaser to purchase. Receive materials on site and coordinate distribution.
  • Save Packing Slips and Quotes electronically. Receive and review invoices. Submit for approvals and send to corporate for billing.
  • Coordinate with town and shop personnel on receiving materials to site.
  • Receive vendor invoices from corporate for coding, approval and return for billing.
  • Maintain Materials Requisition log.
  • Monthly Accruals List.
  • Receive, review and submit weekly invoices from Corporate and obtain client approvals.

Qualification/ Certification:

  • Post-secondary education completion in an accredited administration program is an asset
  • 2 - 3 years related project experience
  • Demonstrated proficiency in MS Office Applications, particularly Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook

Skills Requirement:

  • Ability to work effectively and cooperatively as a member of a team is essential
  • Exceptional customer service skills is required
  • Must be detail orientated and results driven


  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills

Details about the role:

Location: Kitimat, BC

Relocation required: No

Location: Kitimat, BC

Travel required: Yes

Contract type: Full Time

Experience level: all levels

Rotation14/7 – 10 hours per day

Travel Hubs: Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Kelowna

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