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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.

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Hydrovac Operators (CLASS 1 OR 3)

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.

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HSE Coordinator

Job Summary:

Under the supervision of the HSE Superintendent, the HSE Coordinator’s responsibility is to facilitate the implementation and monitor site-specific Health, Safety and Environmental Management Systems at assigned sites. The HSE Coordinator’s job is to ensure the organization is supported by delivering a high-quality service that meets the expectations and needs of internal customers and the ownership.

This individual must consistently convey mature professionalism judgement and be competent in safety management systems, applying them in a work setting with minimal to no supervision.

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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.

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The HSE Superintendent

Job Summary:

The HSE Superintendent job is to ensure the organization is supported by delivering a high-quality service that meets the expectations and needs of internal customers and the ownership. This is a leadership role that will be achieved through planning, implementation mentorship and measurement, of health and safety programs and building a strong team environment. This role is designed to strengthen our safety culture and establish high standards for the entire organization.

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Class 1 or 3 Operators

Company Background:

Established in 2005, Birch Mountain Enterprises is an equal opportunity employer with over 300 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 positive work environment. We offer competitive wages and seek candidates that are seeking secure, long-term employment.

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 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

Additional Incentives:

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

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.

For more information about Birch Mountain Enterprises LP, visit www.bmel.ca

Hydrovac Operators (CLASS 1 OR 3)

Company Background:

Established in 2005, Birch Mountain Enterprises LP is an equal opportunity employer with over 300 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 positive work environment. We offer competitive wages and seek candidates that are seeking secure, long-term employment.

Job Summary:

Operating from our Fort McKay main shop, this position involves the safe operation of a tri-drive hydro or combo vacunit. 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-vacexperience in the industrial sector.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Operate Tri-drive hydro and combo vacunits in a safe and efficient manner
  • Must be physically able to perform tasks and work in all weather
  • Completion of daily documentation includingbut 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’sabstract
  • Minimum 3 years experience (including up to 18 speed manual class 1 equipment)
  • Previous (or related) experience operating hydro or combo vacunits
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills
  • TDG, OSSA (or OSSA BSO) 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
  • 14 days on and 7 days off shift rotation

Additional Incentives:

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

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.

For more information about Birch Mountain Enterprises LP, visit www.bmel.ca

HSE Coordinator

Company Background:

Established in 2005, Birch Mountain Enterprises Limited Partnership is an equal opportunity employer with over 300 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. 

Job Summary:

Under the supervision of the HSE Superintendent, the HSE Coordinator’s responsibility is to facilitate the implementation and monitor site-specific Health, Safety and Environmental Management Systems at assigned sites. The HSE Coordinator’s job is to ensure the organization is supported by delivering a high-quality service that meets the expectations and needs of internal customers and the ownership.

This individual must consistently convey mature professionalism judgement and be competent in safety management systems, applying them in a work setting with minimal to no supervision.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Stop and/or intervene with all unsafe work you may come across
  • Assist with on- and off-site safety as directed by supervision
  • Assist with daily toolbox talk, and monthly team meetings
  • Keep up to date on OH&S rules and regulations
  • Ensure BME’s Safe Work Execution Plans (SWEP) is current and up to date
  •  Ensure that all BME’s safety policies, procedures, rules and regulations are followed and recommend changes as required by senior management
  • Intervene and report employee deviations from safety procedures and regulations to the BME management team
  • Follow up on newly hired employees to ensure that all required training and testing has been completed and documented. Ensure all site training requirements have been met.
  •  Assist with Injury Case management as needed
  • Investigate and compile Incident Investigation Reports in a timely manner and in accordance with the BME Incident Management Standard
  • Perform site inspections daily.
  • Review FLRA’s, JSA’s and pre-trips daily.
  • Compliance auditing
  • Participate in HSE standard development and training
  • Track and report HSE performance of the site you are assigned to by maintaining the assigned Stat tracker for your site
  • Attend all HSE related meetings and represent BME in a professional HSE capacity
  • Advise operational management on HSE related queries when needed
  • Comply with all formal communication and reporting expectations as laid out in BME’s policies and department standards
  • Other duties as assigned by HSE Manager

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Active NCSO certification or OHS Cert/Diploma
  • Minimum 5 years industry experience
  • CSTS and OSSA or BSO or CSO
  • Minimum 2 years experience in the safety field
  • Familiarity with oil sands industry
  • Possess a valid class 5 operators license with clean drivers abstract
  • Must successfully pass BME driver’s evaluation, D&A and fit for duty screening

Additional Requirements

  • Must be highly proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (word, excel, PowerPoint). A proficiency test may be required.
  • Clear and precise verbal and written communication skills.
  • Must be able to handle shifting and conflicting priorities and multiple deadlines in a dynamic environment.
  • Have excellent organizational skills. High degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Be a solution-oriented individual who can work both independently with minimal supervision, within a team environment.
  • Ability to demonstrate a personal commitment and positive attitude to the safety team.

Compensation and Schedule

  • Competitive Market Rates according to experience
  • 7 on, 7 off shift rotation

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)

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.

For more information about Birch Mountain Enterprises LP, visit www.bmel.ca

Light Equipment Towing

Company Background:

Established in 2005, Birch Mountain Enterprises is an equal opportunity employer with over 295 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.

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 with 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 5Q operator’s license with a clean driver’s abstract
  • Minimum 3 years experience (including operations of up to 18 speed manual)
  • 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) for local candidates
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)

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.

For more information about Birch Mountain Enterprises LP, visit www.bmel.ca

HSE Superintendent

Company Background:

Established in 2005, Birch Mountain Enterprises is an equal opportunity employer with over 295 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.

Job Summary:

The HSE Superintendent job is to ensure the organization is supported by delivering a high-quality service that meets the expectations and needs of internal customers and the ownership. This is a leadership role that will be achieved through planning, implementation mentorship and measurement, of health and safety programs and building a strong Team environment. This role is designed to strengthen our safety culture and establish high standards for the entire organization.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Act as a resource to supervisors and managers in implementing and gaining compliance with safety regulations and codes.
  • Measures and evaluates effectiveness of current safety programs.
  • Maintains all company programs, by ensuring changes to legislation and standards are understood and communicated to the organization.
  • Supports and audits the subcontractor management process as it pertains to safety.
  • Conducts subcontractor program and field audits in support of subcontractor management program
  • Conducts risk assessments on behalf of the company and its business units.
  • Supports the Business Development process by, providing relevant information used in RFI/ RFQ events.
  • Prepares reports for senior management and clients related to programs, policies, and all matters related to HSE in a timely manner.
  • Acts as a resource to supervisors and managers, as well as participating in all matters related to injury case management and WCB claims, including liaison with off site medical services.
  • Provides content and supports the Short Service Worker and other related programs and monitors operational compliance with client standards.
  • Develops content and subject matter for monthly safety meetings and other HSE related tasks.
  • Develops, monitors and reviews safety training, identifies the training and development needs of company staff related to HSE.
  • Prepares, distributes, and audits safety memos and reports.
  • Evaluate, practices, procedures, and facilities to assess risk and adherence to the law and communicate any changes to management.
  • Guide and support the Investigation of accidents or incidents to discover root causes and implement relevant corrective actions.
  • Organize and take part in assessing already existing safety programs and policies, assessing accident/injury reports, and stewardship of accident/injury-related statistics.
  • Work cooperatively with HR and Operations to ensure that HSE training and absence/vacation needs are addressed.
  • Regular worksite inspections related to personnel, equipment, and work execution.
  • Establish focus and target areas for operations based on trends and other data, while further developing incident prevention strategies.
  • Act as a representative of the company when it comes to community or industry safety programs.
  • Ensure that Human Resources and Operations keep new and existing employees well-informed, with regards to, safety instructions before they start work, with emphasis on hazard recognition and, eliminating or mitigating the hazards of the job.
  • Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time, based on organizational needs.

Preferred Education and Experience

  • NCSO required
  • CRSP designation or working towards preferred
  • Leadership training specific to the industry
  • Certificate or Diploma in occupational health and safety
  • Certified ACSA COR auditor considered an asset
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in an HSE leadership or supervisory role
  • Working knowledge in Health, Safety and Environment Management Systems, Environmental discharges or spills, Incident Command System, Incident Investigation and Management of an NSC program.
  • Certification in best practice investigation tools such as Tap Root, DNV-SCAT would be considered an asset.

Additional Requirements

  • Be a solution-oriented individual who can work both independently with minimal supervision, within a team environment.
  • Ability to demonstrate a personal commitment and provide a positive environment for the safety team
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills are required. This is to enable relevant information about different situations to be processed properly and necessary actions to be taken.
  • Must possess and display a high level of organizational and coordinating abilities at all times.
  • Must have good leadership skills and exhibit an exceptional level of motivational abilities and be that coach and mentor.
  • Must always be able to prioritize tasks (especially in the case of putting safety first).
  • Must be willing and able to confront issues with reason and clear understanding.
  • Must possess the power of persuasion and collaboration in delivering policy and process information at all levels of the organization.
  • Be able to build Teams and develop trust and respect across the company.

Compensation and Schedule:

  • Competitive Market Rates according to experience
  • Shift Rotation 5 days per week
  • On call as needed

Additional Incentives:

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

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.

For more information about Birch Mountain Enterprises LP, visit www.bmel.ca