Northeastern British Columbia

Dawson Creek
Monday, March 13, 2017

Job Order # dc253
Date Posted: March 13, 2017
Full/Part-time: Fulltime
Employer/Location: Northern Peace Petroleum
Dawson Creek, BC
Job Title: Class 1 Driver
Starting Date: ASAP
Wages: Competitive wages, benefits available
  • Class 1 Drivers License and current abstract.
  • Experience driving Super-B, hauling petroleum an asset.
  • Must live in Dawson Creek.
Duties: Haul petroleum from Edmonton refinery to Dawson Creek and/or to Fort Nelson/Whitehorse.
How to Apply: Submit resume.
  • In person to PetroCanada Bulk Plant, 3/4 miles from Traffic Circle on Highway 49
  • Fax:  250-782-3510
  • Email:
Job Order # dc254
Date Posted: March 13, 2017
Full/Part-time: Contract six month
Employer/Location: Encana
Dawson Creek, BC
Job Title: Vegetation Consultant
Starting Date: ASAP
  • Must be legally eligible to work in Canada.
  • Must carry either a current pesticides applicators' license (AB or BC), current membership with the Alberta Institute of Agrologists, or Certified Crop Advisor status.
  • Must have a valid Drivers License.
  • Able and equipped to work based out of either Dawson Creek, BC or Grande Prairie, AB.
  • Experience in the oil and gas field including applicable safety certifications.
  • Agricultural background is deemed an asset.
Duties: Encana's Environmental Health and Safety team is looking for a contract-based Vegetation Consultant (6-month duration). The successful candidate will be a driven, well-organized individual with strong experience and in-depth knowledge of vegetation management.

Encana is dedicated to ensuring the safety and health of our workforce and the communities in which we operate, and we are committed to environmental responsibly in all our endeavors. Encana is committed to maintain its social and regulatory license to operate and this role is a key to this work. In this role, you will work hands-on with our operations teams, external stakeholders, and individual contractors.

Responsibilities will include, but not limited to:

  • Oversight, implementation, and cost-tracking of vegetation management contractors in Alberta and BC.
  • Suitable oversight of high-volume sites including wells, associated pipelines and roads.
  • Detailed management of new or ongoing stakeholder concerns.
  • All work is to be completed within scope of Encana registered integrated vegetation management program (BC Ministry of Environment).
  • Compile and submit applicable regulatory reporting on time and with a high level of quality.
  • Manage budgets, cost tracking and accruals.
  • Support and promote a premier safety culture.
How to Apply: Apply online at .

Requisition ID:  16041
Closing Date:  Until Filled

Job Order # dc255
Date Posted: March 13-24, 2017
Full/Part-time: This is a 35-hr/week position
Employer/Location: WorkBC Job Search & Support Services
Dawson Creek, BC
Job Title: Employment Consultant
Starting Date: ASAP
Qualifications: Preference will be given to applicants with a diploma in Social work or related discipline and related work experience.

The successful applicant must possess:

  • Ability to understand and work with a diverse socio-economic client group.
  • Working knowledge of employment assistance services.
  • Ability to multi task in a busy environment.
  • Strong computer skills using Microsoft Word and the Integrated Case Management System data base.
  • Commitment and experience taking initiative within a team setting.
  • Excellent communication and strong public relation skills.
  • Writing, word processing and proofreading skills, especially related to resume and cover letter preparation.
  • Capacity to complete required documentation and reporting in a timely manner.
  • Strong belief in professional accountability.
  • Must provide a current Criminal Records Check.
Duties: Reporting to the Program Co-ordinator of WorkBC Job Search & Support Services, the Employment Consultant will be responsible for providing job seekers with employment related resources and information.

Some duties will be to post daily updates of employment opportunities in the area, provide telephone and fax service to clients making contact with employers, provide message service for clients, provide support to clients using the resume and internet computers, keep labour market information and other resources up to date and available to clients, liaise with local employers and other service providers within the community and make appointments for clients to attend information sessions and employment counselling services. Adept at keeping accurate database documentation and records.

How to Apply: Submit resume and cover letter with three (3) professional references.
Attention: CSS Personnel Committee

Closing Date:  March 24, 2017 at 2:00pm

(Only short-listed applicants will be contacted)

Job Order # dc256
Date Posted: March 13-31, 2017
Full/Part-time: Permanent Parttime (0.52 FTE)
Employer/Location: Northern Health
Dawson Creek, BC
Job Title: Aboriginal Patient Liaison Worker
Starting Date: ASAP
Wages: $25.93/hr
  • Graduation from a recognized degree program in Social Science, plus
  • One (1) year of recent related experience, or
  • An equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
  • The Aboriginal Liaison Worker (ALW) will be responsible for providing a bridge between aboriginal communities and their culture, and the NH health care providers in the South Peace Health Services Delivery Area with the intent to improve access to service, and the quality of health care provided to Aboriginal Peoples and their Elders.
  • The ALW facilitates the exchange of information and assists in problem solving between the client/ resident/ patient / family and the healthcare professionals during the client/ resident/ patient's episode of care.
  • As well, the ALW is a patient advocate, assisting the patient and staff to address cultural or other requirements as needed.
  • The ALW is responsible for increasing staff and physician understanding about the Aboriginal Culture through educational workshops or learning opportunities and for providing information, resources, linkages and resource support to communities in addressing the health needs of Aboriginal communities within the HSDA.
How to Apply: Apply online at .

Competition Number:  05296661
Closing Date:  March 24, 2017