Now Hiring Rope Access Supervisor

Now Hiring Rope Access Supervisor

Posted by Gurneet on March 15,2024

Job description

Are you an experienced L2 looking to take your skills to the next level? Pacific Ropes is seeking L2's and L3's to join our team in a mentorship role. The Rope Access Supervisor is responsible for leading teams on projects. They are experienced technicians with leadership abilities and experience in the construction industry. They are safety conscious and are outstanding representatives for the company. If you are currently an L2, we are committed to providing the necessary training for the right candidates to obtain their L3 Certification. If you are a newly certified L3, this is a fantastic opportunity to grow and develop in a supportive environment while advancing your career in rope access. Join us and be part of a team that values expertise and growth in the industry.

Tasks and Responsibilities Include:

  • Collaborate with Project Manager on scope of work, work progress, scheduling, paperwork, and other details of the job site.
  • Working with the Project Manager to complete work scopes on time and within budget
  • Mobilizing and demobilizing contracts
  • Co‐ordinates communication between the team, Project Manager, and client.
  • Ensure and manage productivity of team members.
  • Managing and supervising your rope access teams to ensure safety and efficiency on site
  • Monitor, train and mentor new trainees.
  • Managing any conflict resolution within your teams
  • Managing rope access equipment on site and in the warehouse
  • Ensure all rope access operations are performed according to company standards, IRATA standards, and WorksafeBC regulation.
  • Lead daily safety meetings to review the daily Field Level Risk Assessments. Ensure all crew members and relevant subcontractors understand and sign off on the daily FLRA’s.
  • Create the Master Risk Assessment and Method Statement (RAMS) for each job site.
  • Review the RAMS with all crew members and relevant subcontractors; ensure everyone understands and signs off on the RAMS.
  • Create the Rope Access Work and Rescue Plan for each job site.
  • Review the Work and Rescue Plan with all crew members and relevant subcontractors; ensure everyone understands and signs off on the plan.
  • Identify all the hazards and controls of each job site before the job and while job is in progress.
  • Follow and abide to the regulations in the Pacific Ropes Contracting Employee Manual.
  • Read and follow the Pacific Ropes Rope Access Operating Procedures.
  • Report daily operations and updates back to Project Manager/Office.
  • Take all steps necessary to ensure a safe work site and ensure safety hazards are dealt with to prevent any injury.
  • Evaluate environment to identify and assess work problems and create solutions to improve productivity and product quality.
  • Establish methods to meet work schedules and co‐ordinate work with other subcontractors.
  • Liaising with clients on the job site. Attend client meetings when necessary
  • Be a good representative of Pacific Ropes on site to clients and general public.
  • Monitor and observe workers to ensure they present as fit to perform work.
  • Perform other duties as required.

Job Types: Full-time, Casual

Salary: starting at $35-43/hr 


  • Monday to Friday

Supplemental pay types:

  • Overtime pay


  • Desire to be in a supervisory leadership experience 
  • Experienced IRATA L2, or L3


  • IRATA L3 Certification (required)
  • IRATA L2 Certification, 2 and half years experience (required)
  • Experience in a trade (asset)

Ability to Commute:

  • Vancouver, BC (required)

Work Location: In person/On-site

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