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Pallet Coordinator

Excellent opportunity to grow with a well established company. Many positions available. Job Responsibilities: Moves pallets using a Dock Stocker forklift RF scanning and data input. Follows established departmental policies, procedures, and objectives, continuous quality improvement objectives, and safety, environmental, and/or infection control standard Recommends and assists in implementing operating procedures Ensures proper care in the use and maintenance of equipment and supplies, a clean organized work area and promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and environmental practices...

Mechanical / Piping Construction Coordinator - Canada

Mechanical / Piping Construction Coordinator, Fly In / Fly Out Site Job, North of Fort McMurray, AB A Mechanical / Piping Construction Coordinator Job in Northern Alberta is currently available with our client, a large Oil & Gas owner / operator company. This is a contract position on an 8/6 rotation with flight hubs in Calgary and Edmonton. To be considered for this opportunity, you must have a minimum of 5 years in Alberta Oil Sands as a Field Mechanical Coordinator and 10+ years in heavy construction. You will work for an organization alongside great people, have the opportunity to accomplish great things, develop your career and be rewarded. If you are hardworking and driven this opportunity is for you. Flights and accommodation are included. Maximum pay rate for this position is $74.50 / hour to incorporated individuals. Mechanical / Piping Construction Coordinator key areas of contribution: Reporting to the Construction Superintendent the Mechanical Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating the mechanical and piping construction contractors. Safety permitting, safety inspection and reporting Planning requirements to ensure the construction activities are not impeded by other activities. Review of the contractors work and ensuring the client?s scope of work and standards are being properly implemented. Reporting and communication to the contractors and Superintendents and Specific Accountabilities & Responsibilities: Participate in area constructability reviews as required. Review contractor Construction Execution Plans, schedules and manpower loading. Be familiar with contractor designs for Mechanical and Piping equipment work scopes to ensure all required installation procedures and specifications are properly followed. Review and understand contractor modularization proposals and work with contractor to ensure installation interfaces with other units/groups are taken into account. Review and be familiar with contractor QC programs, and Inspection and Test Plans. Assist and expedite the interface coordination between Operations and construction contractors. Monitor work completion as per schedule milestone dates and indicate deviations to construction superintendent. Act as Major Project?s field construction coordinator for Major Projects work packages. Monitor construction manpower and equipment compliance to the client site specific and OH&S procedures. Verify construction progress and be cognizant of any scope changes which should be clearly indicated to the Construction Superintendent and to Project Controls. Monitor and participate in audits with safety specialists to ensure contractor safety compliance. Audit contractor punch-list procedures and participate in punch listing; be a member of the pre-commissioning and system turnover team. Health, Safety & Environment Comply with all Health and Safety Requirements established by the client Know and comply with all regulations and legislative requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act for the Province of Alberta and environmental standards Follow safe work procedures and ensure all personnel comply; Report any injury or illness immediately; Report unsafe acts and conditions; Ensure Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is available and is worn where and when required. Qualifications: Grade 12 or GED is required, post-secondary is preferred Construction Management Certificate or Trade Certificate is an asset 10+ years of experience in heavy construction is required 5 years in Alberta oil sands, oil and gas as a field mechanical coordinator preferably with piping experience Familiar working with large construction projects Microsoft Office is required, Primavera is preferred Rigging experience is preferred Strong leadership skills complemented with strong work ethics Exceptional problem solving skills to understand details and complexities of the issues Strong interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written) Submissions: Qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to apply to the Mechanical / Piping Construction Coordinator job at site in Northern Alberta with resume via email indicating MC12-MPCC in the subject line to Madeline Conrad along with hourly rate expectations. Madeline Conrad email address removed > We thank all applicants, however, due to volume, only those moving forward in the recruitment process will be contacted; your resume will be added to our database for future consideration AAA137...

E&I Construction Coordinator - Canada

Electrical and Instrumentation Construction Coordinator, Fly In / Fly Out Site Job, North of Fort McMurray, AB An Electrical and Instrumentation Construction Coordinator Job in Northern Alberta is currently available with our client, a large Oil & Gas owner / operator company. This is a contract position on an 8/6 rotation with flight hubs in Calgary and Edmonton. To be considered for this opportunity, you must have a minimum of 5 years in Alberta Oil Sands as a Field Electrical Coordinator and 10+ years in heavy construction. You will work for an organization alongside great people, have the opportunity to accomplish great things, develop your career and be rewarded. If you are hardworking and driven this opportunity is for you. Flights and accommodation are included. Maximum pay rate for this position is $74.50 / hour to incorporated individuals. Electrical and Instrumentation Construction Coordinator key areas of contribution: Reporting to the Construction Superintendent, the Electrical Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating electrical and instrumentation (E&I) construction contractors. . Safety permitting, safety inspection and reporting Planning requirements to ensure the construction activities are not impeded by other activities. Review of the contractors work and ensuring the client?s scope of work and standards are being properly implemented. Reporting and communication to the contractors and Superintendents and Specific Accountabilities & Responsibilities Participate in area constructability reviews as required. Review contractor Construction Execution Plans, schedules and manpower loading. Be familiar with contractor designs for the E&I equipment work scopes to ensure all required installation procedures and specifications are properly followed. Review and understand contractor modularization proposals and work with contractor to ensure installation interfaces with other units/groups are taken into account. Review and be familiar with contractor QC programs, and Inspection and Test Plans. Assist and expedite the interface coordination between Operations and construction contractors. Monitor work completion as per schedule milestone dates and indicate deviations to construction superintendent. Act as Major Project?s field construction coordinator for Major Projects work packages. Monitor construction manpower and equipment compliance to the client?s site specific and OH&S procedures. Verify construction progress and be cognizant of any scope changes which should be clearly indicated to the Construction Superintendent and to Project Controls. Monitor and participate in audits with safety specialists to ensure contractor safety compliance. Audit contractor punch-list procedures and participate in punch listing; be a member of the pre-commissioning and system turnover team. Health, Safety & Environment Comply with all Health and Safety Requirements established by the client Know and comply with all regulations and legislative requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act for the Province of Alberta and environmental standards Follow safe work procedures and ensure all personnel comply; Report any injury or illness immediately; Report unsafe acts and conditions; Ensure Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is available and is worn where and when required. Qualifications Grade 12 or GED is required, post-secondary is preferred. Trades certification Construction Management Certificate is an asset 10+ years of experience in heavy construction is required, 5 years in Alberta oil sands, oil and gas as a field electrical coordinator preferably with EHT experience Familiar working with large construction projects Microsoft Office is required, Primavera is preferred Strong leadership skills complemented with strong work ethics Exceptional problem solving skills to understand details and complexities of the issues Strong interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written) Submissions: Qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to apply to the Electrical and Instrumentation Construction Coordinator job at site in Northern Alberta with resume via email indicating MC12-EICC in the subject line to Madeline Conrad along with hourly rate expectations. Madeline Conrad email address removed > We thank all applicants, however, due to volume, only those moving forward in the recruitment process will be contacted; your resume will be added to our database for future consideration AAA137...

Coordinator, Administration A21

Diavik Diamond Mines Inc. Rio Tinto is a leading international mining group headquartered in the UK, combining Rio Tinto plc, a London and NYSE listed company, and Rio Tinto Limited, which is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. Rio Tinto's business is finding, mining, and processing mineral resources. Major products are aluminum, copper, diamonds, energy (coal and uranium), gold, industrial minerals (borax, titanium dioxide, salt, talc) and iron ore. Activities span the world but are strongly represented in Australia and North America with significant businesses in South America, Asia, Europe and southern Africa. For more information, please visit www.riotinto.com . Diavik Diamond Mines (DDMI) owns Rio Tinto's interest in and manages the unincorporated Diavik diamonds joint venture in the Northwest Territories of Canada. Mining takes place in the lake bed at Lac de Gras with water held back by a dike made of rock fill. With approximately 800 employees, Diavik is instrumental in making Canada the world's third largest diamond producer by value. Diavik has won awards for its sensitive management of environmental and community issues. Reporting to the Supervisor, Systems and Administration, the Coordinator, Administration is responsible for providing administrative support to departmental Leadership in order to maximize the productivity and effectiveness of the business. In addition, this role is accountable to ensure business systems data is being effectively maintained. Key accountabilities include the following: Assist with the identification and implementation of business improvements with respect to systems, administration and document control; Provide administrative support to departmental Leadership team; Arrange and manage departmental travel requests; Maintain departmental leave records and expense claims Enter, generate and maintain data into business systems as required; create and develop reports routinely including the collection of data Coordinate purchasing as required Assist with the completion and submission of statutory reports as required Ensure compliance is consistent with Diavik / statutory policies and privacy requirements Maintain filing and records consistent with Diavik document control procedures and statutory requirements Coordinate departmental meetings, conferences and workshops including scheduling meetings, inviting participants, coordinating travel, publishing the agenda and taking minutes Provide assistance as and when required to support the document control management function Maintain the intranet, including uploading / terminating expired documents Develop and distribute ad hoc communications, e.g. presentations, posters, etc and ensure communication boards are updated and accurate Maintain an active role in the BRRT as requested Perform other related duties Qualifications and Experience Required: 2 to 3 years of administrative experience A degree/qualification in a related field is preferred, or the desire to attain such degree/qualification Proficiency in Microsoft Suites (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) Strong organizational skills This role is based at the Lac de Gras Mine Site on a 4 days in/ 3 days out rotation. Northern residency and experience working in a cross cultural environment, coupled with knowledge of the unique challenges and opportunities presented to those living in the North, are an assets. Hiring priority will be given to qualified applicants who are beneficiaries of the Diavik Diamond Mine Inc. Participation Agreement Groups and to qualified applicants residing in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut Territories. Members must clearly identify their status on the online job application and resume if they wish to receive priority consideration. We offer an attractive remuneration package including a range of Rio Tinto benefits, as well as the sought after opportunity to develop and expand upon your knowledge and experience with a world leader in the industry. Closing Date: April 2, 2015...

Contract Administrator

Diavik Diamond Mines Inc. Rio Tinto is a leading international mining group headquartered in the UK, combining Rio Tinto plc, a London and NYSE listed company, and Rio Tinto Limited, which is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. Rio Tinto's business is finding, mining, and processing mineral resources. Major products are aluminum, copper, diamonds, energy (coal and uranium), gold, industrial minerals (borax, titanium dioxide, salt, talc) and iron ore. Activities span the world but are strongly represented in Australia and North America with significant businesses in South America, Asia, Europe and southern Africa. For more information, please visit www.riotinto.com . Diavik Diamond Mines (DDMI) owns Rio Tinto's interest in and manages the unincorporated Diavik diamonds joint venture in the Northwest Territories of Canada. Mining takes place in the lake bed at Lac de Gras with water held back by a dike made of rock fill. With approximately 800 employees, Diavik is instrumental in making Canada the world's third largest diamond producer by value. Diavik has won awards for its sensitive management of environmental and community issues. The Contract Administrator is responsible forcoordinating and maintaining a contract management system that guarantees contractorperformance against agreed contract terms, until final formal close out and inthe full respect of Rio Tinto best practices and core values. The Contract Administrator identifies opportunities forcontracts to be implemented or renegotiated in major spend categories. TheContract Administrator will report to the Contract Manager who will organizethe workload, fix the objectives and follow up the results. Whenever required,the Contract Manager will also support the Contract Administrator in some heavynegotiation on changes or potential claims. The Contract Administrator will work with other Owner?steam members to coordinate budgeting and expenditure tracking for certainaspects of contracts in place. The incumbent will also assist constructionmanagers in tracking performance against KPIs and reviewing charges from contractorsfor compliance with agreed contractual terms. Responsibilities Include: Administer all major contracts for the A21 Project Track, coordinate and negotiate change requests againstcontracts and project scope. Review invoices from key suppliers to ensure compliancewith contract scope and rates Monitor major contract packages and inform projectleadership of any developing trends. Participate in and foster all Diavik standards andinitiatives Facilitate regular reviews of major spend categories toassess contract needs in those areas Work with construction field supervision to proactivelyidentify contractual matters and potential impacts to total contract spend. Qualifications and Experience Required: Associates or Bachelor?s Degree in business or equivalenteducation/experience 3 to 5 years in an administrative or purchasingenvironment Experience working in the mining industry is an asset Experience working with construction contracts Working knowledge of contract administration andknowledge of contract law is an asset Proven ability to research, compare and analyzevoluminous and complex management and financial information This role is based at the Lac deGras Mine Site on two week on / two week off work rotation. Northernresidency and experience working in a cross cultural environment, coupled withknowledge of the unique challenges and opportunities presented to those livingin the North, are an assets. We offer an attractiveremuneration package including a range of Rio Tinto benefits, as well as thesought after opportunity to develop and expand upon your knowledge andexperience with a world leader in the industry. Northern residency and experienceworking in a cross-cultural environment, coupled with knowledge of the uniquechallenges and opportunities presented to those living in the North, areassets. Hiring priority will be given to qualified applicants who arebeneficiaries of the DDMI Participation Agreement Groups and to qualifiedapplicants residing in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut Territories. Membersmust clearly identify their status on the online job application and resume ifthey wish to receive priority consideration. Only successful applicants willbe contacted for an interview. CompetitionCloses: March 30, 2015...

Quality Lab Assistant - Contract/Temporary

The Woodbridge Group® a global manufacturer of foam products and just in time assembly & sequencing for diversified products offers innovative urethane and bead foam technologies, to serve the automotive industry and several other business sectors around the globe. Since its inception in 1978, the company has grown to more than 60 facilities throughout North and South America, Europe and Asia Pacific. The key competitive strength for the Woodbridge Group® continues to revolve around its people and their commitment to improve everything they do. With over 8,000 employees worldwide, The Woodbridge Group® is focused on evolving workplace safety, sustainable environmental stewardship and enduring customer satisfaction, in each of the markets they serve. Role Purpose: Obtaining experience in the testing of molded polyurethane foam. Responsibilities: Main focus on operating multifunctional/software driven testing machines. Preparation of test specimen. Use of specialized testing software and Excel forms. Other testing (fogging, density, ball rebound, etc) Timely reports. Various work assignments in mechanical testing laboratory. Qualifications: Preferably enrolled in a four year university engineering program Knowledgeable in engineering principles. Knowledge and ability to use basic computer software packages. Good work ethic. Self driven, organized, can meet deadlines, good dexterity....

Entry Level Marketing Coordinator - Entry Level Marketing & Communications

Entry Level Marketing Coordinator - Entry Level Marketing & Communications We are an innovative marketing firm looking to raise the bar in consumer engagement and connecting people with the right products and services to suit their needs. We work with local and national brands and develop relationship-based marketing campaigns that not only convey the message, but make sure it was received. We are currently expanding the reach of our campaigns nationally and therefore are seeking top talent to take our marketing initiatives to the next level. Position Summary of the Entry Level Marketing Coordinator The entry level Marketing Coordinator position will assist the marketing team in the implementation of all marketing activities, working closely to increase brand awareness, drive sales, and ultimately generate new business leads. This is an entry level marketing position with expose to multifaceted areas of our firm in which full training is provided. Responsibilities of a Marketing Coordinator / Marketing Assistant: Regularly attend client meeting for product knowledge, account performance reviews and goal setting. Implementation of marketing directives and sales strategy on a local level in assigned territories to engage consumers and assist in relationship development with the brand Contact consumers about existing products/services and assess the need for any additional features / upgrades and enter information as part of the consumer feedback loop Track and report measures of success in the market Collaborate on new campaigns and strategies to increase market exposure and new business...

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