Call for Applications - City Representative on the Nanaimo Port Authority

City Representative for Nanaimo Port Authority Needed


Nanaimo City Council is currently recruiting one representative to sit on the Nanaimo Port Authority Board of Directors. The current term is three years with the option to extend twice for a total of nine years.

In order to support the Nanaimo Port Authority Board of Directors in completing their work, the successful candidate will have experience in the business sector including community service, indigenous relations, marine operations and transport.

For more information about the role of the City representative on the Nanaimo Port Authority including the preferred representative skills and abilities, mandate, eligibility requirements, time commitments, responsibilities, and remuneration please visit the City’s website at under Your Government/Boards and Commissions.

Interested applicants must submit a completed application form to the Legislative Services Department by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, April 30, 2021.

Mail/Hand: Legislative Services, 455 Wallace Street, Nanaimo, BC V9R 5J6


Link to Strategic Plan: This position supports the City's strategic priority to create a vibrant culture of partnerships to encourage a diverse and healthy economy.

Key Points

  • Nanaimo City Council is actively recruiting a qualified candidate to sit on the Nanaimo Port Authority Board of Directors, representing the City of Nanaimo.
  • The deadline to submit an application form is 4:00 p.m. on Friday, April 30, 2021.


"The Port Authority is a key part of and driver for our City’s economy. Appointment to the Board of Directors is a tremendous responsibility requiring serious talent and commitment. I encourage the best in our City to step forward and apply for this vital position"

City of Nanaimo




Sheila Gurrie
Director, Legislative Services
City of Nanaimo
250 755 4405

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