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Fort St. John

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

 

Date Posted:

May 15, 2018, Until Filled

Job Order #
fsj719
Full/Part-time:

Fulltime

Employer/Location:

Peace River Hydro Partners
Fort St. John, BC

Job Title:

Entry Level Labourer - Site C

Starting Date:

 

Wages:

 

Qualifications:
  • Must be team player and must be willing to participate in company safety and production requirements
  • Familiarity with active construction sites is an asset
  • Effective communication skills; must be able to carry out verbal instructions, read labels and signs, report progress or issues to foreman/lead hand
  • Have good judgment and ability to make decisions
  • Responsible and dependable
  • Ability to lift heavy loads repeatedly through an entire work shift
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Requires good manual dexterity
  • Ability to work both independently with little supervision, and as part of a team
  • Able to pass any pre-access screening, including a Drug and Alcohol test
  • Experience with civil construction, earthworks and concrete are all assets
  • Valid Drivers Licence, CSTS and other safety certifications are assets
  • Previous experience on dam construction or large civil projects would be considered an asset
  • Must be physically fit and able to work in remote camp locations
  • Outdoor work subject to extreme weather changes
  • Must be willing to work 12 hour shifts, day and night
  • Physically able to work outdoors performing hard labour tasks
  • Must be able to work access/board equipment in areas with uneven ground or snow or soft-ground/surface water
Duties:
  • Clean debris, trash and hazardous materials from construction sites
  • Clean and maintain construction equipment appropriately
  • Drive trucks carrying materials and equipment from warehouse to sites
  • Ensure that all work is being done in compliance with the company’s protocols
  • Load and unload construction materials and equipment; move materials and equipment to work areas
  • Assist heavy equipment operators to secure special attachments to equipment, signal operators to guide them in moving equipment and provide assistance in other activities
  • Job requires ability to work with hand tools, small engine equipment, and materials. Capable of operating equipment and tools in a safe and responsible manner
  • Remove rubble and other debris at construction sites using rakes, shovels, wheelbarrows and other equipment
  • Tend or feed machines or equipment used in construction such as mixers, compressors and pumps
  • Work near heavy equipment and other vehicles on a regular basis
  • Perform other activities as directed
How to Apply:
Submit resume.  
Closing Date:

Until Filled

 

Date Posted:

May 15 - May 28, 2018

Job Order #
fsj720
Full/Part-time:

Permanent Fulltime

Employer/Location:

BC Oil and Gas Commission
Fort St. John

Job Title:

Communications Manager

Starting Date:

 

Wages:

Management Band A $70,226 – $95,075

Qualifications:
  • Degree or diploma in Communications, Public Relations or Marketing, with 3 to 5 years’ experience, OR
  • Degree or diploma in a related discipline and 4 to 5 years’ related experience in managing communications (ie: Managing Newspaper Editor; Publication Manager/Supervisor; News/Assignment Editor)
  • Considerable progressive public relations/corporate communications or media experience in a medium to large size public or private sector organization, including: communications planning; media or public relations; issues management; communications strategy and plan development and implementation; and professional writing/product development.
  • Direct responsibility for coordinating the internal/external communications functions of a complex corporate or public sector organization.
  • Demonstrated program or project management including activities such as planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating, with the ability to lead diverse, complex projects simultaneously.
  • Demonstrated experience leading work teams or supervising employees including developing and evaluating performance goals, coaching, team-building, and managing budgets and contracts.
  • Considerable knowledge of general communications principles, concepts and methodologies including issues management, media relations and media production and the ability to prepare and draft a variety of communication materials.
  • Demonstrated experience and ability to verbally present and explain decisions, policy, and practices clearly and concisely to senior officials, media, industry, and stakeholder representatives.
Duties:

The Manager, Communications provides leadership and direction to the Commission regarding its internal and external communications, including social media. The Manager, Communications is responsible for integrating various components into a responsive, efficient and effective external communications framework and infrastructure capable of responding to the needs of the Commission, peer agencies, public, and media.

How to Apply:
Submit resume and cover letter.  
Closing Date:

May 28, 2018