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Field Environmental Coordinator - Canada

YOUR OPPORTUNITY: As the Field Environmental Coordinator apply your strong problem solving and communication skills to coordinate the environmental activities at our operational sites within the Fort St. John area. ? Manage assessment and remediation activities at operating sites, including site prioritization, budgeting and management of environmental consultants ? Participate in the implementation of Canadian Natural?s Environmental Management System, including communication and training for field employees and contractors ? Perform field inspections to identify environmental compliance issues and to identify opportunities to prevent or mitigate future environmental liabilities, and work with the Safety & Compliance and Operations personnel to address these issues and reduce future liability ? Manage initial spill response, and oversee activities of spill consultant on initial spill response This position is based in Fort St. John, British Columbia and is eligible for: ? Relocation to Fort St. John COMPETITIVE SALARY - STOCK OPTIONS - STOCK SAVINGS PLAN - ANNUAL BONUSES ? BENEFITS! HOW WILL YOU MAKE YOUR MARK? ? Manage environmental reporting and compliance obligations on site with British Columbia?s Oil and Gas Commission (OGC) and Ministry of Environment (MOE) approval, including monthly and annual reporting, and soil and groundwater monitoring where required ? Work with Calgary-based personnel to ensure coordination of on-site work is managed from Calgary (e.g., decommissioning and surface reclamation work) ? Work with Surface Land and Operations personnel to address environmental concerns of stakeholders ? Respond to, and coordinate the follow-up for, environmental regulatory compliance issues ? Provide environmental assistance to development projects, which may include regulatory and facility applications ? Participate in various regulatory, industry and stakeholder groups as required ? Stay up to date on regulatory changes and anticipate up-coming requirements ? Align with Canadian Natural?s mindset of continuous improvement by actively seeking methods to increase efficiencies and reduce liabilities QUALIFICATIONS: ? Typically 5+ years of environmental or reclamation experience in the oil and gas industry with a degree or diploma in a related discipline such as a Bachelor of Science or Environmental Engineering ? Field experience in reclamation and/or environmental assessment or remediation ? Project management and budgeting experience ? Familiarity with and understanding of: o Regulatory requirements as they pertain to Western Canadian oil and gas operations o BC Contaminated Site Regulations o Computer applications such as SITEview would be an asset To see related Environmental/Regulatory roles at CNRL, visit: web address removed >/Environmental-Regulatory About Canadian Natural At Canadian Natural, we strive to live through our mission statement: 'To develop people to work together to create value for the Company's shareholders by doing it right with fun and integrity.' As a leading oil and gas producer, our diverse combination of assets include light oil, heavy oil, in situ oil sands production, oil sands mining and upgrading facilities, and natural gas. At Canadian Natural, safety is a core value. We conduct all of our operations in a way that identifies, minimizes and mitigates harm to the health and safety of employees, contractors, the public and the environment. Canadian Natural Resources Limited - CNRL - is a publicly traded company on the TSX and NYSE as CNQ....

Enviromental Health & Safety Coordinator- Utilities

ROLE OBJECTIVE: Provide assistance, guidance and direction to construction management, supervisors, personnel and subcontractors in the administration, implementation and maintenance of CANA Utilities? Environmental, Health and Safety program. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBLITIES: To effectively complete the responsibilities of this position, the candidate must be able to complete the following: Assist with the ongoing development, implementation, evaluation and auditing of EH&S management system standards/policies/procedures/practices/rules; Monitor compliance to regulatory, project and client requirements and initiate corrective action; Interface with construction management, line supervisor, subcontractors, client EH&S personnel and other project stakeholders on EH&S; Encourage and educate employees to take precautions and adhere to safety rules to protect themselves and the equipment they use from damage; Conduct regular site EH&S audits to ensure consistent application of EH&S procedures and practices. Provide assessments with recommendations as necessary; Training of personnel on EH&S regulations, responsibilities and assessments; Assist with management of all data associated with incident reporting and field audits through appropriate management tools for the identification of indicators pinpointing improving or diminishing compliance status and/or emerging trends or risks; Assist with administration of EH&S record keeping, reporting systems and employee training; Investigate all injuries, accidents, incidents and near misses. Identify root causes and provide recommendations for improvements that can be made to our safety program; Assist with maintaining COR certification; Ensure follow-up Corrective Actions are tracked as appropriate to completion for all findings resulting from self-directed audits and findings stemming from incident and near misses investigations; Support ISNetworld, Canqual and other Canadian EH&S data base requirements; Development of site specific Safety Management Plans, Emergency Response Plans, Subcontractor Orientations and Prime Contractor requirements; New employee orientations; Manage Construction Safety Training Systems (CSTS); Management of site specific WHMIS requirements (i.e. MSDS data); Assist injured workers in obtaining Modified Duties and administer the return to work policy; Train employees in TDG....

Inventory Coordinator

EVRAZ North America produces more than 5 million tons annually of steel plate, rail, wire rod and rebar, and pipe for major markets including infrastructure like rail, bridges and roads, as well as energy, commercial construction and defense. We are a subsidiary of EVRAZ plc - one of the largest vertically integrated steel and mining businesses in the world. Headquartered in Chicago, the company currently operates manufacturing facilities in Portland, Ore.; Pueblo, Colo.; Regina, Saskatchewan; and Calgary, Camrose and Red Deer, Alberta. EVRAZ North America also owns 20 metal scrap recycling facilities. Inventory Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and ensuring Clients assets are managed timely with respect to monitoring the receiving, shipping and production practices, and controlling the input of inventory details. Specific Responsibilities: Monitor inventory for location accuracy weekly. Establish QA procedures by planning, scheduling and supervising the execution of inventory cycle counts, inventory audits and inventory adjustments in order to ensure inventory accuracy Ensure the timely and accurate completion of a variety of inventory reports and ensure proper distribution to the client Liaise with clients on inventory priorities Track individual picking / audit accuracy on daily basis Conduct random audits to weekly inbounds to ensure correct description, quantity and location match system records Capacity tracking recorded bi-weekly Investigate and account for inventory discrepancies Follow a client start up outline to ensure a smooth transition for all new clients. This includes entering all charge codes and product codes into the system. Assign new and maintain existing rack location identifiers Assist with client specific notes to clarify picking sequence Accountable for communicating damages to clients and maintaining accurate damage reports Collaborate with Lead to investigate all claims and ensure all processed adhere to specific client contracts and company policy Establish and maintain positive internal and external relationships through effective communication and issue resolution Participate in updating Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to ensure data integrity, including but not limited to, cycle counts, receiving, shipping and transfers Track inventory and warehouse related KPIs monthly Be knowledgeable on all on-site client IT systems Other duties as required Requirements: Completion of Post Secondary or Industry related courses, equivalent experience is required Minimum 2 years experience in a warehouse environment is required. Advanced knowledge in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point and Access) Excellent analytical and problem solving skills and commitment to accuracy Working Conditions: Working conditions are normal for an office/warehouse environment. Work may require occasional weekend and / or evening work. Occasional overtime may be required. Marginal Job Functions: Keeps work area and equipment clean and orderly. As needed, performs routine maintenance and assists Maintenance personnel. Essential Physical Activities: Must be able to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, reach, stand, walk, push, pull, lift, carry, finger, grasp, feel, talk to communicate, speak over public address system, hear, and make repetitive motions. Needs good vision to operate equipment. Occasionally exerts forces up to 50 pounds to lift, carry, push and pull. Work Conditions: Subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions. Exposed to elevated noise and vibrations. Not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions. Physical Hazards - Close proximity to heavy loads. EVRAZ is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Individuals with Disabilities, and Veterans. At EVRAZ North America, we manufacture steel. We also manufacture excellence, drive success and build careers for our employees. Our people come from diverse backgrounds, but share a common set of values and the same goal of creating the best possible solution for our customers. In addition to a competitive wage and generous benefits package, our employees share in the Companys success through incentives like profit sharing. We provide opportunities for advancement and promote often from withinwhich means that a job at EVRAZ can take your career farther than you ever imagined. Employee Benefits at EVRAZ North America as part of a total compensation package, EVRAZ provides excellent benefits to its North American employees. Competitive wages and an excellent quarterly Profit Participation bonus opportunity Family Medical, Dental, Vision Care, Prescription coverage at minimal employee cost Short and Long Term Disability programs Company funded Retirement Plans Paid vacations Apprenticeship and promotional opportunities for advancement within the company Tuition Reimbursement Wellness Program #LI-RB1...

Coordinator Area Operations

Primary Focus Coordinate day to day work activities and schedules for Sour Blend Gaugers. Focus on Petroleum Quality and Measurement standards as per Book 5 and API standards. Ensure all Operations Preventative Maintenance and Regulatory ERCB AEV requirements are met to OM&P Book 6 standards. Ensure all station facilities appearance and grounds within area of responsibility are maintained to high standard in a safe clean and orderly fashion. Responsibilities Ensures direct reports are in compliance with all Petroleum Quality Measurement and API standards Ensure all custody transfer ticketing is in keeping with our third party agreements and SOX compliance. Prepare staff for Emergency response and maintain site security following established company protocol. Meet weekly with connected customers to deal with problems as they arise to maintain good working relations. Ensures all reports and contractors or in compliance with all operations, environmental and safety procedures and policies. Correct deficiencies resulting from audits and construction projects in a timely and efficient manner. Implement recommendations for maintenance best practices. Work with Business Development to establishing new customers and/or expand operations with existing customers. Ensures all staff are current in all Safety, environmental, Emergency Response and Technical training. Establish realistic performance objectives meet twice annually with direct reports to review objectives. Manage minor human resource concerns. Promote and lead the company team initiatives....

Document Control Coordinator

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 Document Control Coordinator will be responsible for managing various aspects of document control, including document archiving, document transmission/receipt and document imaging. The controller works with documents such as engineering drawings, engineering specifications, inspection instructions, confidentiality agreements, field instructions, requests for information and close-out packages. The project document controller will interface with operational document control systems and ensure compatibility. Key Responsibilities: Create and maintain a filing system that supports efficient information management. Implement an effective IT solution that ensures all record management activities adhere to organizational policies and align with industry best practice. Send and receive documents from external organizations. Conducts regular review audits to ensure information on all records is accurate and up to date and policies are being adhered to. Advise and train personnel on document control policies and procedures. Advise/develop and maintain business templates and forms for internal use; Administration of the application used to control and share HSEQMS documents and the documents safeguarded within; Administration of the Contractor Management Website for the purpose of sharing controlled documents with external contractors; Maintain the Document Control System for timely management of documents requiring review and or sign off, and provide notification upon receipt of documents. Monitor and execute full cycle of distribution to pertinent team members and contractors; Scan documents as required and electronically file; Perform quality control for controlled documents, such as correct document number, title, revision, effective date and signatures; Issue and track documents as required; Assist with meetings as required; Perform additional project work assigned or approved by the Superintendent, Project Engineering Liaise with other staff as required. Meet all personal safety commitments...

Principal Planner (Transit)

Make full use of your transportation, transit and/or land use planning experience to help keep our Region moving smoothly and efficiently, in this full-time role within our Transit Services Division . As a Principal Planner (Transit), you will research, develop, implement, promote and monitor initiatives that create a transit-supportive community consistent with the Regional Transportation Master Plan. Your knowledge of transportation planning theory and practice will be put to the challenge, as you design an efficient, effective transit network through the development and implementation of service plans, policies and programs, fare strategies, and advanced technology. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED To assume the role of Principal Planner (Transit), you will have the following profile: Knowledge of transportation planning theory, empirical research, statistical analysis, and demographics, normally acquired through the attainment of a bachelor's degree in Geography, Planning, Environmental Studies, Civil Engineering or a related field, Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA) transit planning and scheduling courses, plus 2 years of related transportation, transit and/or land use planning experience. Knowledge of relevant planning and transportation legislation, including the Planning Act, the Highway Traffic Act, the Public Vehicles Act, as well as Provincial, Regional, and Area Municipal policies and regulations. Human relations, communication, public relations, presentation, facilitation and negotiation skills in order to conduct presentations; conduct, or train others to conduct, public surveys; negotiate development applications and Regional Official Plan amendments; negotiate employer-based programs and private sector partnerships; respond to inquiries and complaints, and handle controversial situations, using diplomacy and tact; and participate as an effective team member. Research, analytical, planning, organizational and problem-solving skills in order to design surveys; coordinate activities and resource allocation; analyze data from a variety of sources; work independently in a team environment; adapt to frequently changing priorities; and complete assigned projects within deadlines. Computer skill using software such as Microsoft Office, Access, ArcGIS, AutoCAD, SPSS, Transit Operations System, and the Internet. Ability to work with modeling tools and other specialized applications related to transit and data analysis. Ability to research new technologies from a variety of media. Ability to read and interpret technical, policy and legal information from various sources, such as reports, documents, records, files, maps, plans and diagrams, and to compile, analyze and interpret survey and statistical information. Ability to write recommendations, reports and general correspondence, prepare information packages, as well as write and design brochures and press releases. Ability to conduct meetings and make presentations to various groups; provide information to Regional employees, contractors, businesses and/or public groups; respond to inquiries and complaints; explain or clarify program information and guidelines; and inform stakeholders of statistically valid survey design and available application software. Ability to travel to various locations within Waterloo Region. Ability to support and project values compatible with the organization....

Principal Geotechnical Engineer

?Our business in life is not to get ahead of others, but to get ahead of ourselves -- to break our own records, to outstrip our yesterday by our today.? ? Stewart B Johnson. The evolution of a business is a complex and challenging task but one which is often necessary in today?s busy and incredibly competitive Consulting Engineering market. This is a challenge facing one of our prominent and highly talent-driven clients in Calgary. Reaching the 5 year milestone in their Canadian operations, the company has seen their brand develop with a strong reputation for delivery of high-quality Geotechnical Engineering projects in multiple industries. The passionate leadership of the company have created, are articulating and implementing their vision for further growth. Through this, the opportunity has arisen for a highly skilled Geotechnical Engineer to join their team as a Principal Associate, based in Calgary. ABOUT THE COMPANY: Constantly and relentlessly striving to better their business, the organization is committed to hiring only the very best technical exponents and the brightest business minds. Currently delivering the Geotechnical design and project management component of multi-million dollar Mining, Oil Sands Development, Civil Infrastructure and Power Industry projects, the company is responsible for providing complex Geotechnical solutions to environmentally sensitive projects across Canada. With a global presence in Geotechnical, Environmental and Materials Engineering, the company have reached a point in their Canadian existence where they are able to rapidly expand their Geotechnical operations and they need a natural leader to help them do that. Reporting to the Alberta VP, the Principal Associate Geotechnical Engineer will provide leadership to the existing Geotechnical Engineering team and will work closely with the VP to develop short and long-term business strategies to further anchor their position as the consultant of choice for their clients....

Tailings Construction/Facility Coordinator

Tailings Construction/Facility Coordinator Aerotek's client, an owner/operator is seeking an experienced individual to be a part of the mine development team for their project in Northwest British Columbia. The work is at a remote camp and the successful applicants will be required to work and stay in camp on a rotational basis. The rotation is going to be either a 1/1 or 2/1, but is up for discussion. Reporting to the Mine Operations Superintendent, the Tailings Construction Coordinator is responsible for the construction, maintenance and surveillance of the projects 30,000mtpd tailings impoundment facilities and associated water management systems, working closely with the Operations and Environmental teams, as well as the Engineer of Record. Primary responsibilities for the Tailings Facilities Coordinator are: Site investigations for the tailings impoundment systems. Design, planning, construction and operation of the tailings impoundment facilities. Reviewing designs, managing risk and interpreting site investigation reports. Maintain a geotechnical database. Participating in the procurement, management and technical aspects of the tailings project. Annual budget development for the TIA. Managing all Provincial and federal permit guidelines for compliancy. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE A degree in Geotechnical Engineering, or related field. 5 to 10 years industry experience. Extensive experience in design and operation of tailings facilities. Knowledge of applicable federal, provincial and local codes and safety laws. Must have excellent organizational abilities Demonstrated ability to show initiative Detail and results oriented with the ability to multi task, and adhere to deadlines Ability to work independently, with emphasis in a team oriented environment Willingness to work a flexible schedule Strong computer skills, familiar with 3D modeling software such as MineSight or AutoCAD À propos de Aerotek SRI: Aerotek SRI est une filiale d?Aerotek® Inc., un important fournisseur de recrutement et dotation technique, professionnel et industriel. Aerotek possède un réseau international de plus de 200 bureaux non franchisés et 2 000 recruteurs pour repérer, présélectionner et choisir les meilleurs talents. About Aerotek ULC: Aerotek ULC is a subsidiary of Aerotek® Inc., a leading provider of technical, professional and industrial recruiting and staffing services. Aerotek operates an international network of more than 200 non-franchised offices and 2,000 recruiters to identify, screen and select top talent....

Production Quality Coordinator - NOV HydraRig/Enerflow

Job Objectives: The Assembly Quality Control Employee will report to Assembly Manager/?s and have an integral role within the assembly/electrical department processes to monitor and inspect at various stage of Coiled Tubing, Nitrogen and Pressure Pumping equipment assembly/testing production. Primary Responsibilities: 1. Performing quality checks and random verifications on processes 2. Conduct/Assist with training related company processes and quality requirements. 3. Conduct equipment inspections by following company?s processes and procedures 4. Monitor and verify ISO processes on the production floor 5. Determine and disposition non-conforming material 6. Contributes towards the improvement of process and procedures 7. Ensure completeness and accuracy of documentation 8. Assist with activities between the company and third party regulatory agencies such as DNV, ATEX, Transport Canada Dangerous goods B620 TC338 and TC341, ABSA 9. Work with production management to evaluate/update company?s process map 10. Responsible to assist with developing and writing departmental and quality related procedures. 11. Responsible for the continued growth and development of all Quality programs, standards and personnel within production group. 12. Develop standards that will be utilized for training/reference across all assembly, electrical, testing areas. 13. Demonstrate the capability to work independently on complex and multiple projects requiring judgment to resolve problems. 14. Maintain open communication with quality department on regular basis. 15. Participate in quality committee meetings and raise ideas, challenges, and concerns during this meeting to strengthen our quality management system. 16. Responsible to follow all applicable company and corporate policies, guiding principles, procedures and programs; including but not limited to the process map, support processes, health, safety and environmental requirements. 17. Emergency Response; Activities related to responding to an emergency - examples include incident-command positions, organizing evacuations, providing assistance such as first aid, notifying resource agencies, spill or gas release mitigation, etc. 18. Ensure area processes are compliant with the Quality Management System; work in accordance with QA Manager to improve processes throughout department as required or viewed necessary. Submit any and all nonconformances to QA Manager in a timely manner 19. All other duties as assigned...

Product Specialist (12 month contract) - Cordis Cardio/Endo ? J&J Medical Companies, Montreal QC Job

Johnson & Johnson, through its operating companies, is the world's most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of health care products, as well as a provider of related services, for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and medical devices and diagnostics markets. We strive to provide scientifically sound, high quality products and services to help heal, cure disease and improve the quality of life. Johnson & Johnson Medical Companies (JJMC), a division of Johnson & Johnson Inc., markets and distributes medical device and diagnostic solutions for use in institutional and primary health care settings across Canada. JJMC focuses on providing minimally invasive treatment options spanning various medical procedures and disease states. Among the products represented by its various business units are: surgical instruments, orthopaedic implants, devices for women?s health including breast care, infection prevention and general purpose sterilizers, hernia solutions, haemostatic products, cardiovascular and neurovascular diagnostics and treatment. For 50 years, Cordis Corporation, a Johnson & Johnson company, has pioneered minimally invasive treatments for vascular diseases. Cordis is focused in three distinct areas: Cardiology, Endovascular for the treatment of peripheral vascular diseases, and Biosense Webster for electrophysiology and medical sensor technology in cardiovascular procedures. Cordis Corporation, a member of Johnson and Johnson's Family of Companies, is recruiting for a Cardiology/Endo Product Specialist, to cover the Montreal , Ottawa and Kingston territory. We are seeking a motivated and accountable Sales Representative to join our quest to defeat vascular disease. This position will be a 12 month Contract position based in Montreal Key responsibilities The Sales Representative is responsible for attainment of sales/market share objectives, execution of national/regional/local promotional activities and programs for assigned products/therapeutic areas, effective territory management, operating within assigned territory budget, and adherence to assigned administrative duties. Provide feedback on customers, promotional programs, and environmental changes and provide ideas to improve product and company performance in the marketplace. Work with members of the regional sales team to improve performance and enhance morale, interact with sales and marketing management to refine product and market initiatives, call on existing and prospective customers, provide product information and quotes appropriate customer prices, develop new accounts and grow existing accounts within established geographic territory....

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