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Boat operators operate small boats or crafts to transport passengers or freight, or perform other duties. They are employed by marine companies that provide sightseeing tours or water taxi services and by canal, port and harbour authorities.
charter boat operator, launch master, motor boat operator, scow captain, sightseeing boat operator, small craft operator, water taxi operator.
- Operate motorboats, launches, small ferry boats and other similar vessels to transport passengers or freight
- Maintain boats and equipment on board, such as engines, winches, derricks, fire extinguishers and life preservers
- May perform other duties, such as checking for oil spills or other pollutants around ports and harbours, patrolling beaches and measuring depth of water.
Outlook & Prospects for Boat Operators in Yukon Territory
The future forecast and current conditions for an occupation can vary based on location or due to changes in the economy, technology, or demand for a product or service.
Local Employment Potential Information
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Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Mar 31 - Apr 04, 2014
- The Town of Watson Lake has no resident full-time doctors and has relied on the use of 15 locum doctors to provide services, which is a growing problem in the community as it tries to staff its 24-hour medical facility
- The Government of Yukon, through the Yukon Housing Corporation, is investing $1.5M in capital and $700,000 in operating and maintenance, in a variety of seniors and rural social housing projects across the territory
- The Government of Canada has committed $500,000 in funding to the Victim Services branch, which will allow continued support for a second victim services worker position in Watson Lake
- The Government of Yukon plans to begin work this summer on a $734,000 campground on Tagish Lake to meet the growing demand for recreational opportunities near Whitehorse
- The Government of Yukon has committed to investing in infrastructure that will attract business to the territory, and reduce administrative burdens in the 2014 budget year
- The Government of Yukon is providing $1M over three years to the Kwanlin Dün First Nation for land-based programs at the Jackson Lake Healing Centre
- The Government of Yukon will be inviting bids for rehabilitation of the Ross River suspension bridge after a previous decision favouring demolition was suspended
- As part of the largest capital budget in Yukon history, the Territorial Government plans to spend $293M on a wide range of roads, bridges, airports and buildings in 2014
- The Town of Faro is scheduled to have a new RCMP building, with construction starting in 2015, following a 2013 review of all police buildings in the Yukon Territory
- The first Comic-Con to be held in the Yukon Territory is scheduled for August 2014 in Whitehorse. YukomiCon, sponsored by the Yukon Comic Culture Society, is planning celebrity guests and a range of activities over the three-day conference
- The Government of Yukon is providing $2.8M to Yukon Hospital Corporation for the construction of a temporary home for Whitehorse General Hospital's magnetic resonance imaging scanner
- The developer of the stalled Falcon Ridge condominium complex in Whitehorse has agreed to resurrect the project by replacing a proposed apartment building with town-homes and single-family homes
- The Yukon Environmental and Socio-Economic Assessment Board has approved North American Tungsten's Mactung underground mine. Development of the mine is still dependent on approval by the Government of Yukon.
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