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Looking for a company that encourages growth, offers flexibility to meet your lifestyle, and values what you do? You have come to the right place.

Company Background:

Established in 2005, Birch Mountain Enterprises is an equal opportunity employer with over 360 employees throughout the Fort McMurray region. Operating from its’ main operations in Fort McKay, BME provides vac, water, waste, fuel and flat bed hauling services to industrial and commercial customers.

When you join our team, you join a family of employees dedicated to a safe, enjoyable and a positive work environment.

Submission:

Applications for this position to be received by email only with submission of resume to HR@bmel.ca

We thank you for your interest in Birch Mountain Enterprises LP and remind all candidates that only successful applicants will be contacted. Based on equal qualifications, preference will be given to local candidates.

Class 1 and 3 Operator (Remote Location)

Established in 2005, Birch Mountain Enterprises is an equal opportunity employer with over 360 employees throughout the Fort McMurray region. Operating from its main operations in Fort McKay, BME provides vac, water, waste, fuel, and flat bed hauling services to industrial and commercial customers.

When you join our team, you join a family of employees dedicated to a safe, enjoyable, and a positive work environment. We offer competitive wages and seek candidates that are seeking secure, long-term employment.

Job Summary:

Operating from our Client’s site location, this position involves the safe operation of several types of Class 1 or Class 3 units. Operators should be mechanically inclined and physically fit to work in all kinds of weather. Preference will be given to candidates that possess previous experience in the industrial sector.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Operate several types of units (Water, Vacuum, Hydro-Vac, Roll off, Steam truck, Flat bed, Tanker, B-Train) in a safe and efficient manner
  • Must be physically able to perform tasks and work in all weather
  • Completion of daily documentation including but not limited to daily logbooks, customer work orders, field level risk assessment, pre/post trip inspections
  • Follow instructions for tasks assigned by Dispatch or Supervisor
  • Complete daily housekeeping of assigned truck to ensure maintenance of company image
  • Attend daily toolbox and safety meetings as scheduled and adhere to corporate and site safety regulations and procedures.
  • Maintain and operate all BME tools and equipment to the required standards and procedures
  • Ensure that all training is kept current
  • Follow all TDG and WHMIS standards and regulations
  • Seek out continuous improvement opportunities
  • Provide customer-focused services in all activities

Qualifications:

  • Possess a valid Class 1 or 3 operator’s license with clean driver’s abstract
  • Minimum 3 years experience (including up to 18 speed manual class 1 equipment)
  • Previous (or related) experience operating Water, Vacuum, Hydro or Combo Vac units
  • Mine drive experience is an asset
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills
  • OSSA (or BSO/CSO) and CSTS certification
  • H2S Alive and First Aid Certification
  • Must successfully pass BME driver’s evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening

Compensation and Schedule:

  • Competitive Market Rates according to experience
  • 14 on, 14 off
  • Camp accommodations provided
  • Flights to and from Edmonton or Calgary provided

Additional Incentives:

  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)

Class 1 and 3 Operator (Remote Location)

Job Summary:

Operating from our Client’s site location, this position involves the safe operation of several types of Class 1 or Class 3 units. Operators should be mechanically inclined and physically fit to work in all kinds of weather. Preference will be given to candidates that possess previous experience in the industrial sector.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Operate several types of units (Water, Vacuum, Hydro-Vac, Roll off, Steam truck, Flat bed, Tanker, B-Train) in a safe and efficient manner
  • Must be physically able to perform tasks and work in all weather
  • Completion of daily documentation including but not limited to daily logbooks, customer work orders, field level risk assessment, pre/post trip inspections
  • Follow instructions for tasks assigned by Dispatch or Supervisor
  • Complete daily housekeeping of assigned truck to ensure maintenance of company image
  • Attend daily toolbox and safety meetings as scheduled and adhere to corporate and site safety regulations and procedures.
  • Maintain and operate all BME tools and equipment to the required standards and procedures
  • Ensure that all training is kept current
  • Follow all TDG and WHMIS standards and regulations
  • Seek out continuous improvement opportunities
  • Provide customer-focused services in all activities

Qualifications:

  • Possess a valid Class 1 or 3 operator’s license with clean driver’s abstract
  • Minimum 3 years experience (including up to 18 speed manual class 1 equipment)
  • Previous (or related) experience operating Water, Vacuum, Hydro or Combo Vac units
  • Mine drive experience is an asset
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills
  • OSSA (or BSO/CSO) and CSTS certification
  • Must successfully pass BME driver’s evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening

Compensation and Schedule:

  • Competitive Market Rates according to experience
  • Shift to be determined
  • Camp accommodations provided
  • Flights to and from Edmonton or Calgary provided

Additional Incentives:

  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)

Class 1 Fuel Truck Operator

Job Summary:

Operating from our Suncor Site location. We are seeking safety-conscious Class 1 driver Fuel Truck Operators with a clean driver’s abstract. The ideal candidate will be physically fit, have previous experience operating Fuel trucks in the oilfield environment, tri-drive, and Super B experience, as well as the qualities listed below.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Operate Tri-drive or oversee the operation of Super B Fuel trucks in an efficient manner.
  • Completion of daily documentation including but not limited to paper or electronic logbooks, customer work orders, field level risk assessment, pre/post trip inspections.
  • Follow instructions for tasks assigned by site Dispatch or Supervisor.
  • Complete daily housekeeping of truck and office trailer to ensure maintenance of company image.
  • Attend daily toolbox and safety meetings as scheduled and adhere to corporate and site safety regulations and procedures.
  • Maintain and operate all BME tools and equipment to the required standards and procedures.
  • Ensure that all training is kept current.
  • Follow all TDG and WHMIS standards and regulations.
  • Seek continuous improvement opportunities.
  • Provide customer-focused services in all activities.

Qualifications:

  • Possess a valid Class 1 operator’s license with a clean driver’s abstract.
  • Able to lift to 50 lbs. on a regular basis.
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills and able to confidently interact with clients daily.
  • Mine driving experience is an asset.
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience on fuel trucks (including operation of up to 18 speed manual class 1 equipment)
  • CSTS and OSSA certification (or BSO)
  • Active Certifications in Transportation of Dangerous Goods, Weights and Dimensions, Hours of Service and Daily Trip Inspections.
  • CPPI Certification
  • Must successfully pass BME pre-employment evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening

Compensation and Schedule:

  • Competitive Market Rates according to experience
  • 14 days on and 14 days off shift rotation (day and night)

Additional Incentives:

  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • Living Out Allowance (LOA) (eligible after 90 days) for local candidates
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)

Hydro Vac Operator (Class 1 or 3)

Job Summary:

Operating from our client’s site location, this position involves the safe operation of a tri-drive hydro Vac unit. Operators should be mechanically inclined and physically fit to work in all kinds of weather. Preference will be given to candidates that possess previous hydro-vac experience in the industrial sector.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Operate Tri-drive hydro Vac units in a safe and efficient manner
  • Must be physically able to perform tasks and work in all weather
  • Completion of daily documentation including but not limited to daily log books, customer work orders, field level risk assessment, pre/post trip inspections
  • Follow instructions for tasks assigned by Dispatch or Supervisor
  • Complete daily housekeeping of assigned truck to ensure maintenance of company image
  • Attend daily tool box and safety meetings as scheduled and adhere to corporate and site safety regulations and procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Possess a valid Class 1 or 3 operator’s license with clean driver’s abstract
  • Minimum 3 years experience (including up to 18 speed manual class 1 equipment)
  • Previous (or related) experience operating hydro Vac units
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills
  • OSSA (or OSSA BSO/CSO) and CSTS certification
  • H2S Alive, Ground Disturbance, Confined space and fall protection certification
  • Must successfully pass BME driver’s evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening

Compensation and Schedule:

  • Competitive market rates, according to experience
  • 7 on and 7 off shift rotation

Additional Incentives:

  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • NLA (eligible after 30 days)
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)
  • Bussing provided to and from Fort McMurray

Light Equipment Towing Operator

Job Summary:

Operating from our Client site location, this position involves the transportation of our site Mobile Wash Cars and generators; Moving, and safe operation of a variety of equipment including, but not limited to:

  • Single Axle Flat Tilt Deck

Operators should be mechanically inclined and physically fit to work in all kinds of weather. Preference will be given to candidates with previous towing experience.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Moving light equipment (wash cars, generators, and light duty trucks) in a congested mining environment in adverse conditions
  • Transportation of light equipment to and from site locations
  • Safely operate Tilt deck in a mining environment and within guidelines outlined in BME Driving Policies
  • Proper use, application and storage of chemicals when required and in accordance with SDS, BME Policies/Procedures
  • Operate equipment in a safely manner and in accordance to all rules including client mine driving requirements
  • Notify management immediately of equipment/vehicle deficiencies or needs for repairs
  • Maintain cleanliness of company equipment and all other work areas
  • Completion of daily documentation including but not limited to customer work orders, field level Hazard assessment, pre/post trip inspections, Near Miss and Hazard IDs
  • Complete daily housekeeping of assigned truck to ensure maintenance of company image
  • Attend daily toolbox and safety meetings as scheduled and adhere to corporate and site safety regulations and procedures.
  • Follow all other instructions by leadership

Qualifications:

  • Possess a valid Minimum Class 3 operator’s license with clean driver’s abstract
  • Minimum 3 years experience (including operations of up to 18 speed manuals)
  • Previous (or related) experience operating Tilt decks
  • Must have experience towing trailers on and off road
  • Mine driving experience
  • Winching (towing) experience
  • Load securement and transportation knowledge
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills
  • CSTS and OSSA, BSO or CSO Certification
  • Valid WHMIS Certification
  • Must successfully pass BME driver’s evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening

Compensation and Schedule:

  • Competitive Market Rates according to experience
  • 7 days on and 7 days off shift rotation (day or night)

Additional Incentives:

  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • LOA (eligible after 90 days)
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)

Class 1 or 3 Operators

Job Summary:

Operating from our Fort McKay main shop, this position involves the safe operation of several types of Class 1 or Class 3 unites. Operators should be mechanically inclined and physically fit to work in all kinds of weather. Preference will be given to candidates that possess previous experience in the industrial sector.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Operate several types of units (Water, Vacuum, Hydro-Vac, Roll off, Steam truck, Flat bed, Tanker, B-Train) in a safe and efficient manner
  • Must be physically able to perform tasks and work in all weather
  • Completion of daily documentation including but not limited to daily logbooks, customer work orders, field level risk assessment, pre/post trip inspections
  • Follow instructions for tasks assigned by Dispatch or Supervisor
  • Complete daily housekeeping of assigned truck to ensure maintenance of company image
  • Attend daily toolbox and safety meetings as scheduled and adhere to corporate and site safety regulations and procedures.
  • Maintain and operate all BME tools and equipment to the required standards and procedures
  • Ensure that all training is kept current
  • Follow all TDG and WHMIS standards and regulations
  • Seek out continuous improvement opportunities
  • Provide customer-focused services in all activities

Qualifications:

  • Possess a valid Class 1 or 3 operator’s license with a clean driver’s abstract
  • Minimum 3 years experience (including up to 18 speed manual class 1 equipment)
  • Previous (or related) experience operating Water, Vacuum, Hydro or Combo Vac units
  • Mine drive experience is an asset
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills
  • OSSA (or BSO/CSO) and CSTS certification
  • Must successfully pass BME driver’s evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening

Compensation and Schedule:

  • Competitive Market Rates according to experience
  • Shift to be determined
  • No camp accommodations provided

Additional Incentives:

  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • LOA (eligible after 90 days)
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)

Heavy Duty Field Mechanic (Journeyman)

Job Summary:

Operating from our Fort McKay main shop and site locations, this position involves all field repairs to our fleet of heavy-duty highway trucks.  Candidates shall have knowledge on all aspects of heavy spec trucks with preference given to those that possess experience with water, vac, high pressure and flusher units.


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Repair or replace defective parts, components or systems
  • Install new or replace parts according to manufacturer and/or truck specification
  • Test repaired equipment for proper performance and to ensure work completed meets manufacturers’ specification and AB Transportation regulations
  • Completion of repair documentation including but not limited to work order, field level risk assessment, and hazard identification
  • Follow instructions for tasks assigned by shop supervisor or manager
  • Complete daily housekeeping of assigned area or service vehicle to ensure maintenance of company image
  • Attend daily tool box and safety meetings as scheduled and adhere to corporate and site safety regulations and procedures.


Qualifications:

  • Must be certified as a Journeyman Heavy Equipment Technician (min 3 years heavy truck experience)
  • Possess valid driver’s license (min class 5) with clean abstract
  • Be knowledgeable in all aspects of heavy truck repair including, but not limited to hydraulic, electronic, suspension and computer diagnosis
  • Previous or related experience with water, vac and steam trucks preferred
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills
  • OSSA (or OSSA BSO) and CSTS certification
  • Must successfully pass BME pre-employment evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening


Additional Incentives:

  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • LOA (eligible after 90 days) for local candidates
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)

Heavy Duty Field Mechanic (Journeyman) (Remote Location)

Job Summary:

Operating from our Client sites location, this position involves shop and field repairs to our fleet of heavy-duty highway trucks. Candidates shall have knowledge on all aspects of heavy spec trucks with preference given to those that possess experience with water, vac, high pressure and flusher units.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Repair or replace defective parts, components or systems
  • Install new or replacement parts according to manufacturer and/or truck specification
  • Test repaired equipment for proper performance and to ensure work completed meets manufacturers’ specification and AB Transportation regulations
  • Completion of repair documentation including but not limited to work order, field level risk assessment, and hazard identification
  • Follow instructions for tasks assigned by shop supervisor
  • Complete daily housekeeping of assigned area or service vehicle to ensure maintenance of company image
  • Attend daily tool box and safety meetings as scheduled and adhere to corporate and site safety regulations and procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Must be certified as a Journeyman Heavy Equipment Technician (min 3 years heavy truck experience)
  • Possess valid driver’s license (min class 5) with clean abstract
  • Be knowledgeable in all aspects of heavy truck repair including, but not limited to hydraulic, electronic, suspension and computer diagnosis
  • Previous or related experience with water, vac and steam trucks preferred
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills
  • CSTS, BSO or CSO certification
  • First Aid and H2S Alive certification
  • Must successfully pass BME pre-employment evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening

Additional Incentives:

  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)
  • Camp accommodations provided
  • Flights to and from Edmonton or Calgary provided