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Fleet Services Garage - Mechanic A (Mobile Mechanic)
CN Rail
The Fleet Services Garage - Mechanic A (Mobile Mechanic) is responsible for performing all repairs, servicing and up fitting on all types of vehicles. The role completes the vehicle daily inspection form and driver’s daily logs and submits them to the compliance office on a monthly basis. The incumbent also completes the National Safety Code (NSC) training every 3 years.

· The work schedule will be 5 days on 2 days off or 8 days on and 6 days off depending on operational needs.

· Work schedules will be pre-determined & approved by supervisor prior to start of work shift.

· Fleet Management Garage will be the home base and reporting location at the beginning & end of each work block.
Link: https://cn360.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/11810?c=cn360&lang=en-US
Fleet Management Garage – Mechanic A req10988
CN Rail
Duties:

· Performs minor and major repairs, servicing and up fitting on all types of vehicles, (cars, light truck, medium/heavy trucks and truck trailers) including mounted vehicle attachments (cranes, hirail, gensets etc.) and material handling equipment.

· Uses electric and oxy-acetylene welding equipment, and other vehicle repair tools to perform repairs.

· Records details on prescribed forms in accordance with established procedures.

· Required to perform duties in-shop, outside and at field locations as required.

· Variable shifts to accommodate vehicle availability may be required. (Outside work at terminals and in the field will be required).

· Other duties as assigned.
Link: https://cn360.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/10988?c=cn360&lang=en-US
Train Conductor - $10,000 Signing Bonus - req11391
CN Rail
CN Rail is offering a generous signing bonus to newly hired Train Conductors who currently live within two (2) hours of Prince George, BC.

Enjoying physical labour, teamwork and working outdoors as well as being safety-minded are vital to a career in rail operations at CN. With a vibrant, 24/7 schedule, no two days will ever be alike. You can expect fresh challenges, a safety-focused work environment, paid training and supportive colleagues who share your passion for motion. The careers we offer are meaningful because the work we do matters. Join us!

Conductors work as members of two or three person train crews and perform duties associated with the movement of trains, rail cars, and locomotives in rail yards and on the road. They coordinate the assembly of trains and execute any ground work outside the locomotive cab while in the yard or en-route (ex: operating track switches, picking up rail cars, making emergency repairs, etc.).
Link: https://cn360.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/11391?c=cn360&lang=en-US
Senior Engineer, Geotechnical
CN Rail
The Senior Engineer, Geotechnical is responsible for providing geotechnical engineering expertise for planning, inspection, and design of construction and railway maintenance projects. The incumbent implements and documents CN’s grade and slope stabilization program and identifies ground hazards, monitors the status of ground hazard locations, and develops mitigation plans to reduce the potential for grade and slope failure. In addition, the position provides technically sound and economical solutions to geotechnical problems in all phases of the organization’s activities as well as geotechnical support for emergency response to service interruption linked with geohazards. The position coordinates service with internal departments and external engineering consultants as well as financial budgetary control.
Link: https://cn360.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/10838?c=cn360&lang=en-US
Train Conductor - Relocation Incentive req10249
CN Rail
CN Rail is offering a generous incentive package to newly hired Train Conductors to relocate to Chetwynd, BC. This position is full-time and permanent.

Enjoying physical labour, teamwork and working outdoors as well as being safety-minded are vital to a career in rail operations at CN. With a vibrant, 24/7 schedule, no two days will ever be alike. You can expect fresh challenges, a safety-focused work environment, paid training and supportive colleagues who share your passion for motion. The careers we offer are meaningful because the work we do matters. Join us!

Conductors work as members of two or three person train crews and perform duties associated with the movement of trains, rail cars, and locomotives in rail yards and on the road. They coordinate the assembly of trains and execute any ground work outside the locomotive cab while in the yard or en-route (ex: operating track switches, picking up rail cars, making emergency repairs, etc.).
Link: https://cn360.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/10249?c=cn360&lang=en-US
Train Conductor - $10,000 Signing Bonus req10248
CN Rail
CN is offering a generous signing bonus for new conductor hires who currently live within two hours of Chetwynd, BC. Details below for this permanent, full-time position.

Enjoying physical labour, teamwork and working outdoors as well as being safety-minded are vital to a career in rail operations at CN. With a vibrant, 24/7 schedule, no two days will ever be alike. You can expect fresh challenges, a safety-focused work environment, paid training and supportive colleagues who share your passion for motion. The careers we offer are meaningful because the work we do matters. Join us!

Conductors work as members of two or three person train crews and perform duties associated with the movement of trains, rail cars, and locomotives in rail yards and on the road. They coordinate the assembly of trains and execute any ground work outside the locomotive cab while in the yard or en-route (ex: operating track switches, picking up rail cars, making emergency repairs, etc.).
Link: https://cn360.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/10248?c=cn360&lang=en-US
Track Maintenance Foreman
CN Rail
The Track Maintenance Foremen is responsible for the maintenance of track components. The position leads crews to ensure that fixtures on the railroad work properly. The incumbent participates in inspecting, repairing, and replacing rails, ties, switches, and ballast.

Major Responsibilities
Inspect and maintain track structure and right-of-way to CN’s specifications
Supervise and develop track forces to ensure quality maintenance and safe work performance
Inspect track work on completion and approve track for service
Maintain train operating restrictions in alignment with track standards
Implement safety directives
Assist in the development of safety programs and goals
Remove and replace defective ties, rails spikes, and anchors
Correct deviations in track surface, alignment, and gauge
Install and repair street and railroad crossings
Assist in the replacement and repair of items such as power-operated switches and insulated joints
Help to unload ballast as well as unload and distribute track material
Sort used track material for loading, which may be loaded by hand
Clear brush, vegetation, snow, and litter from railroad right-of-way
Establish and maintain drainage
Clean up after work completion
Comply with track safety standards, Operating Rules, and Safe work procedures
Complete work, material inventory, and inspections reports
Link: https://cn360.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/11563?c=cn360&lang=en-US
Train Conductor - $10,000 Signing Bonus req10250
CN Rail
CN is offering a generous signing bonus for new conductor hires who currently live within two hours of Fort St. John, BC. Details below for this permanent, full-time position.

Enjoying physical labour, teamwork and working outdoors as well as being safety-minded are vital to a career in rail operations at CN. With a vibrant, 24/7 schedule, no two days will ever be alike. You can expect fresh challenges, a safety-focused work environment, paid training and supportive colleagues who share your passion for motion. The careers we offer are meaningful because the work we do matters. Join us!

Conductors work as members of two or three person train crews and perform duties associated with the movement of trains, rail cars, and locomotives in rail yards and on the road. They coordinate the assembly of trains and execute any ground work outside the locomotive cab while in the yard or en-route (ex: operating track switches, picking up rail cars, making emergency repairs, etc.).

Link: https://cn360.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/10250?c=cn360&lang=en-US
Train Conductor - Relocation Incentive req10251
CN Rail
CN Rail is offering a generous incentive package to newly hired Train Conductors to relocate to Fort St. John, BC. This position is full-time and permanent.

Enjoying physical labour, teamwork and working outdoors as well as being safety-minded are vital to a career in rail operations at CN. With a vibrant, 24/7 schedule, no two days will ever be alike. You can expect fresh challenges, a safety-focused work environment, paid training and supportive colleagues who share your passion for motion. The careers we offer are meaningful because the work we do matters. Join us!

Conductors work as members of two or three person train crews and perform duties associated with the movement of trains, rail cars, and locomotives in rail yards and on the road. They coordinate the assembly of trains and execute any ground work outside the locomotive cab while in the yard or en-route (ex: operating track switches, picking up rail cars, making emergency repairs, etc.).
Link: https://cn360.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/10251?c=cn360&lang=en-US
Car Mechanic (Freight Car Repairer) req11186
CN Rail
The Car Mechanic Apprentice is responsible for inspecting, maintaining, building and repairing railway freight cars and equipment in accordance with Federal and CN’s regulations. The incumbent is considered a Car Mechanic Apprentice until they have graduated to Journey Car Mechanic (refer to training description below).

Major Responsibilities
Inspect cars and components in accordance with railroad associations, Federal Railroad Administration regulations and company operating standards
Perform all scheduled, on-request and preventive maintenance and repair on rail cars, under frames, on structures, safety appliances, draft systems and any associated tests
Repair and install railway car parts such as compressors, air valves, bearings, couplings, air cylinders and piping
Use hand tools, power tools, welding equipment, cutting torches and measuring instruments
Operate transport vehicles including cranes, trucks, track mobile and shop equipment
Prepare inspection, maintenance and work reports, and record details on prescribed forms in accordance with established procedures
Link: https://cn360.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/11186?c=cn360&lang=en-US
Track Maintenance Foreman
CN Rail
Track Maintenance Foreman
Enjoying physical labour and working outdoors as well as being safety-minded are vital to a career in rail operations at CN. If you like being part of a team and working in different locations every day, a rewarding career in track maintenance will appeal to you. Working on a crew, you’ll be part of an ever-changing, safety-first work environment that ensures our infrastructure is safe, sound and train-ready. At CN, the careers we offer are meaningful because the work we do matters. Join us!

Job Summary
The Track Maintenance Foremen is responsible for the maintenance of track components. The position leads crews to ensure that fixtures on the railroad work properly. The incumbent participates in inspecting, repairing, and replacing rails, ties, switches, and ballast.
Link: https://cn360.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/11326?c=cn360&lang=en-US
Train Conductor
CN Rail
Enjoying physical labour, teamwork and working outdoors as well as being safety-minded are vital to a career in rail operations at CN. With a vibrant, 24/7 schedule, no two days will ever be alike. You can expect fresh challenges, a safety-focused work environment, paid training and supportive colleagues who share your passion for motion. The careers we offer are meaningful because the work we do matters. Join us!

Conductors work as members of two or three person train crews and perform duties associated with the movement of trains, rail cars, and locomotives in rail yards and on the road. They coordinate the assembly of trains and execute any ground work outside the locomotive cab while in the yard or en-route (ex: operating track switches, picking up rail cars, making emergency repairs, etc.).

Responsibilities

The statements in this section are essential job functions that an employee must be able to perform with or without accommodations in order to achieve the objectives of the Conductor job.

Ensuring compliance with all train orders, signals, railroad rules and regulations related to safety and operations
Providing and receiving various forms of oral and printed instructions concerning the movement and placement of rail cars
Assembling/dismantling trains in the rail yard, and picking up/setting off rail cars en-route
Observing, interpreting, and relaying signals to ensure safe train and locomotive movement
Operating track switches to change locomotive and rail car routes
Inspecting the condition of a train and equipment
Making effective decisions when in unfamiliar locations or emergency situations
Communicating effectively with the Rail Traffic Control centre, other train crews and other departments on a regular basis via handheld radio
Link: https://cn360.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/11086?c=cn360&lang=en-US
Assistant Track Supervisor
CN Rail
Job Summary

The Assistant Track Supervisor is responsible for leading the operations of an assigned territory that involves track inspection and repairs. The role oversees replacing rails, ties, switches, and ballasts. In addition, the position provides daily support to the Track Supervisor.

Main Responsibilities

· Lead engineering operations as outlined in CN’s operating plan

· Supervise and lead activities of track gangs, track employees, and hi-rail operations

· Handle engineering operations which include compliance with safe work procedures, Transport Canada guidelines, and CN standards, policies, and regulations

· Lead people with clear direction and goals while providing coaching and guidance to employees through regular performance monitoring

· Apply collective agreement and company policies by conducting investigations, recommending corrective actions, and responding to grievances

· Oversee budgets and workforce productivity within CN policies and the Five Guiding Principles

· Ensure clear communication of track condition and daily production information to senior management in order to adjust

· Ensure the safety of the track through regulatory inspections and input findings into the Track Inspection System (TIS) to monitor track condition

· Follow up on reported track issues to ensure they maintain compliance with standards

· Participate in activities related to derailments and disruptions in service, while working with Transportation and Mechanical to establish cause and future prevention

· Perform safety audits for the unionized workforce and conduct safety engagements

· Plan, schedule and perform track repairs and maintenance

· Respond to emergencies
Link: https://cn360.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/11419?c=cn360&lang=en-US
Train Conductor - $10,000 Signing Bonus req11457
CN Rail
CN Rail is offering a generous signing bonus to newly hired Train Conductors who currently live within two (2) hours of Smithers, BC.

Enjoying physical labour, teamwork and working outdoors as well as being safety-minded are vital to a career in rail operations at CN. With a vibrant, 24/7 schedule, no two days will ever be alike. You can expect fresh challenges, a safety-focused work environment, paid training and supportive colleagues who share your passion for motion. The careers we offer are meaningful because the work we do matters. Join us!

Conductors work as members of two or three person train crews and perform duties associated with the movement of trains, rail cars, and locomotives in rail yards and on the road. They coordinate the assembly of trains and execute any ground work outside the locomotive cab while in the yard or en-route (ex: operating track switches, picking up rail cars, making emergency repairs, etc.).
Link: https://cn360.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/11457?c=cn360&lang=en-US
Economic Development Assistant
Saik'uz First Nation
The Economic Development Assistant performs a variety of technical and confidential office administrative supports to the Economic Development Manager. In addition, this role assists in promoting and strengthening the economic health and diversity of the Saik’uz First Nation community.
Link: https://www.saikuz.com/application/files/8716/6672/8352/ED-2202_-_Economic_Development_Assistant_Job_Posting.pdf
Manager, Regulatory Affairs
One-Eighty Consulting Group Inc.
As Manager, Regulatory Affairs and Permitting you will be part of a specialized consulting team providing strategic regulatory and permitting advice and services to private - and public-sector clients engaged in resource, infrastructure, and community development projects in Canada and the United States.
The qualified candidate must be located in Lower Mainland, BC.
Key Position Responsibilities:
• Reviewing work implementation strategy and approach with Senior Management team to ensure consistency in delivering the one-eighty brand;
• Assisting clients with permit compliance and related performance reporting, and coordination and oversight of integrated disciplines supporting permitting processes on behalf of clients;
• Experience with Canadian federal and/or provincial regulatory permitting processes, including environmental assessment and Fisheries Act Authorization experience either as a project proponent, consultant or within a regulatory agency;
• Implementing permitting strategies;
• Developing permitting plans and related applications;
• Assisting clients in navigating regulatory processes, holding regulators to account for a fair and timely process;
• Indigenous engagement and ensuring implementation of agreement commitments in relation to regulatory/environmental matters;
• Government relations and public affairs;
• Stakeholder relations, and the provision of strategic services in support of public consultation and communication programs; and
• Corporate reputation management, issues management and advocacy.
Link: https://www.one-eighty.ca/careers
Marketing & Communications Manager (1 yr term)
HTEC
Do you have a passion for the environment and cleantech, and a drive to change our world for the better? Are you eager to build your career in a growing company, enjoy getting exposure to a variety of tasks, and enjoy new challenges? Keep reading!

At HTEC we’re unlocking the potential of hydrogen to reduce climate change and air pollution. Based in Vancouver, we design, build, and operate hydrogen fuel supply solutions to support the deployment of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles. Every day, we’re delivering safe, reliable, convenient, sustainable, and low-cost hydrogen to customers and consumers, how, when, and where they need it.

We are seeking a highly motivated Marketing Communications Manager (one year maternity cover) with a strong focus on events, digital marketing, and media relations. You will have 5-7 years of proven experience in marketing and communications, with 2-3 years managerial experience, preferably within a high-paced, growing business environment. You have a solid understanding of how well-thought-out plans are key to the success of an integrated marketing and communications strategy while being quick off the mark when it comes to rolling up your sleeves and delivering on time. You are an active and extremely organized team player, able to connect and work with multiple stakeholders across a uniquely purpose-driven organization.


Link: https://www.htec.ca/careers/
Lands Manger
Saulteau First Nations
The Lands Manager is responsible for the management of Saulteau First Nations (SFN) Reserve Lands and SFN managed Lands within the SFN Traditional Territory. This position is responsible for developing a Land Code as per council strategic direction which forms the base for development of land use policies, land designation and lands planning. The position carries out development assessment including review of proposed land development, rezoning applications, subdivision developments, and community plans. The Lands Manager oversees all leases on SFN lands and ensures land development plans are in conjunction with the SFN land management vision and strategic initiatives.
Link: https://www.saulteau.com/component/k2/item/511-lands-manager
Lands Officer
Saulteau First Nations
The Lands Officer is responsible for the management of Saulteau First Nations (SFN) Reserve Lands and SFN managed Lands within the SFN Traditional Territory. The position carries out development assessment including review of proposed land development, rezoning applications, subdivision developments, and community plans. The Lands Officer oversees all leases on SFN lands and ensures land development plans are in conjunction with the SFN land management vision and strategic initiatives. This role contributes to the sustainability of SFN as stewards of the lands whereby consistently supporting policy adherence pertaining to the best practices of reserve lands management.
Link: https://www.saulteau.com/component/k2/item/493-lands-officer
Project Coordinator - Indigenous Partnerships
DWB Consulting Services Ltd.
DWB is seeking applications for full-time Project Coordinators for several Indigenous Limited Partnerships. The ideal candidates will provide leadership and project coordination on a broad range of environmental projects in a variety of natural resource sectors. The successful candidate will have a proven track record in working with Indigenous communities and businesses. Must be able to thrive in a demanding, fast-paced environment that provides rewarding opportunities.
Construction Environmental Management Specialist
Ecofish Research Ltd.
https://ecofishresearch.bamboohr.com/careers/442
Link: https://ecofishresearch.bamboohr.com/careers/442
Senior Environmental Flow Scientist
Ecofish Research Ltd.
WONDERING WHAT YOU'LL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR?
Your role will require you to bring a high standard of scientific excellence to your daily work. These responsibilities will include:
Assessing the effects of water use on the aquatic environment via integration of hydrological and biological information.
Identifying measures to avoid or mitigate flow-related effects to the environment.
Developing technical reports to support environmental assessments and/or permitting related applications.
Working collaboratively to develop solutions to support water management challenges.

THE QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS WE ARE LOOKING FOR.
Degree in a relevant discipline (e.g., biology, hydrology, water resources engineering) with five years of technical experience; consulting experience is an asset.
Experience with policy and legislation related to environmental flows (e.g., BC Water Sustainability Act, Fisheries Act).
An understanding of the relationship between fish life history requirements and the hydrological regime.
Experience applying environmental flow assessment methodologies (e.g., IFIM, IHA).
Effective technical writing skills and ability to produce high quality reports and proposals.
R. P. Bio., P. Geo., or relevant professional designation an asset.

https://ecofishresearch.bamboohr.com/careers/452
Link: https://ecofishresearch.bamboohr.com/careers/452
Senior Fisheries Scientist
Ecofish Research Ltd.
WONDERING WHAT YOU'LL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR?
Your role will require you to bring a high standard of scientific excellence to your daily work. These responsibilities will be in your domain.
Leading the design, planning, and execution of ecological studies focused on fisheries and aquatic resources
Summarizing and analyzing data to draw conclusions on environmental conditions and using these results with inference to scientific literature to make defensible conclusions about the status of the environment and the potential effects of anticipated natural and anthropogenic influences.
Documenting these results in written reports and presenting the results to clients, regulators, Indigenous groups and stakeholders as part of regulatory and approval processes.
Working as a member of an interdisciplinary team, taking the lead on specific tasks, taking direction on others, and collaborating with your colleagues to maximize work productivity and quality.

THE QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS WE ARE LOOKING FOR.
M.Sc. or Ph.D. in aquatic or fisheries science.
R.P.Bio. or eligible.
Minimum of 5 years of experience leading a team in the environmental consulting sector.
Effective analytical and technical editing and review skills, and ability to ensure delivery of high quality reports and proposals.
Excellent time management, organizational and multi-tasking skills.
Strong attention to detail with a commitment to quality, excellence, and ethics.
Experience in the mining sector an asset.

https://ecofishresearch.bamboohr.com/careers/495
Link: https://ecofishresearch.bamboohr.com/careers/495
Environmental/Natural Resource Professionals
DWB Consulting Services Ltd.
DWB Consulting Services Ltd. (DWB) is seeking applicants for full-time Environmental Managers, Project Managers, (Registered) Professional Biologists, and Professional Agrologists (or other related Environmental Professionals) based out of our Prince George offices. The ideal candidates will provide leadership, professional guidance and advice, and project and environmental management on a broad range of projects in a variety of market sectors and environmental disciplines. The roles will be a mix of office and field work and the applicant should enjoy working collaboratively in a demanding, fast-paced environment that provides rewarding work opportunities.
Link: https://www.dwbconsulting.ca/careers/
Sr. Project Manager
Triton Environmental Consultants Ltd.
Triton Environmental Consultants Ltd. is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic, and experienced Project Manager to join a well-established team of environmental professionals in our Prince George office.

The successful candidate will primarily support the management of Triton’s oil and gas projects throughout BC, as well as our other projects and project teams as needed. Our project managers are the cornerstone of our business and are committed to outstanding client service. In this role you will be responsible for managing the on-time and on-budget delivery of projects and providing mentorship to more junior staff. Our client base ranges from regional clients to multi-national oil & gas companies, to government, First Nations, power management, and transportation firms.
Link: https://tritonenvironmental.applytojob.com/apply/9ZvIvoHDBM/Senior-Project-Manager-Environment
Director of Operations
Village of Fraser Lake
The Village of Fraser Lake is looking for a qualified individual with experience in operations and project management to take on the role of Director of Operations.

All interested applicants are encouraged to apply.
Link: None
Intermediate Geotechnical Engineer
WSP
WSP is currently seeking a highly motivated Intermediate Geotechnical Engineer to join our Ground Engineering and Materials Team based in Prince George. As an Intermediate Geotechnical Engineer, a day in the life involves time spent in the field, as well as working in office on projects and assignments related to geotechnical engineering. You will work closely with our professionals, collaborate with industry experts, and work on various large-scale projects throughout British Columbia and Yukon Territory.

A day in the life...

• Prepare proposals, cost estimates, and project timelines, as well as lead the planning, field support and completion of geotechnical site investigations;
• Perform all aspects of geotechnical investigations for buildings, highways, bridges, dams, tunnels, retaining walls, slope stability, and municipal infrastructure;
• Lead and prepare geotechnical studies and engineering reports providing recommendations on various geotechnical aspects in projects, based on studies and project-specific work;
• Review and interpret the monitoring information from geotechnical instrumentation and testing programs and provide geotechnical design recommendations and parameters for analyses and design of structure foundations through report review and writing;
• Provide technical assistance in troubleshooting construction-related problems and assist project managers with quality control or quality assurance testing issues, and attend site visits, meetings, etc. that might arise from time to time;
• Review construction materials testing and field monitoring of geotechnical aspects of projects;
• Work collaboratively with engineering staff on geotechnical consulting projects; • Share technical knowledge across geographical boundaries to foster innovative project solutions; and
• You may be required to perform other tasks as part of your role in the team.
Link: https://g.co/kgs/qHZTWnW
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