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Fort St John

Friday, November 24, 2017

 

Date Posted:

November 24-December 23, 2017

Job Order #
fsj1780
Full/Part-time:

On call 24-hours during shift
Work schedules are variable and may require work away from home for extended periods.

Employer/Location:

Canyon Technical Services Ltd
9415 81st Avenue
Fort St John, BC

Job Title:

Fluid Hauler

Starting Date:

ASAP

Wages:

 

Qualifications:
  • Class 1 Driver's License.
  • Clean Driver's Abstract.
  • Ability to pass pre-employment drug and alcohol screen.
  • Fluid hauling experience an asset.
  • H2S Alive Certification.
  • ODA Certification an asset.
  • Standard First Aid or Occupational First Aid - Level 1.
  • Must live near base of employment or be willing to relocate.
  • Pre-employment drug and alcohol testing required.
Duties:

As a Fluid Transport Driver, you will report to the Transport Manager and be responsible for safely loading, unloading and hauling a variety of fluids, including fresh and produced water, flow-back, crude, emulsions, acid, chemicals and flammables.

  • Ensure that Fraction’s core value, “We won’t put anyone in harm’s way” is the priority in all activities.
  • Understands and abides by NSC, federal and provincial laws.
  • Perform day-to-day servicing, minor maintenance and inspections on equipment.
  • Adhere to company policies, procedures and core values.
  • Complete all required paperwork accurately and on time (i.e. log books, TDG documentation, service sheets, vehicle/trailer inspections, fuel logs etc.)
  • Exposure to outdoor environment, including extreme weather and driving conditions.
  • Physically demanding - bending, sitting and standing for long periods of time.
  • Heavy lifting may be required.
  • Exposure to noise and fumes.
How to Apply:
Submit resume.

We thank all candidates who apply, however only those candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted. We want to hire you!

Closing Date:

December 23, 2017