The Supervisor, Conversions is responsible for leading the building conversions and set up at Rogers Arena (both daytime and graveyard shifts). In addition, the Supervisor will assist the Senior Manager in the planning and implementation of associated work tasks, as well as supervise the team to ensure proper completion and efficient and cost-effective service is provided to both internal and external clients.

A typical day includes:

  • Supervising part-time conversions staff during graveyard and daytime conversions, including managing work assignments, conducting training, performance management, etc.

  • Assisting in hiring, including conducting interviews of part-time conversions employees

  • Providing forklift training to new employees and recertification training for forklift operators

  • Scheduling contract labour when necessary

  • Proactively researching improvements to conversion techniques and procedures with the goal of improving building presentation while decreasing conversion times and costs and/or improving efficiencies

  • Ensuring staff are trained in safe work practices and customer service and always performing work with safety and customer service as key priorities

  • Assisting in developing and maintaining proper storage of all conversions equipment

  • Ensuring that all conversion equipment is maintained in safe working order

  • Issuing and collecting tools and equipment while minimizing property losses


  • A team you can belong to and believe in

  • A fun, high energy environment

  • An open mind for new ideas

  • The opportunity to embark on a career development journey


  • At least two years’ experience in a similar position, with an emphasis on supervising in a unionized environment being an asset

  • A proven track record of motivating and engaging staff

  • Strong communication, interpersonal, and conflict resolution skills

  • A natural ability to relate to all levels of staff, guests, promoters and clients

  • Self-starter, with proven initiative and ability to work with minimal supervision

  • Forklift certification and a working knowledge of power tools

  • Ability to work evenings, overnight, and weekends as required

Vancouver is one of the most diverse cities in the world and Canucks Sports & Entertainment strives to create a workforce that is inclusive, equitable, and represents our beautiful, unique community. We value unique perspectives, ideas, and creativity that support a diverse, inclusive, respectful, collaborative, and fun work environment. Canucks Sports & Entertainment is committed to building and supporting a diverse team.

This position will remain open until filled.

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