Careers

Looking for a job at Greenfield? Greenfield Global offers rewarding careers in many fields and locations, from science to sales and from Quebec to Kentucky.  Below is a list of current openings.  We look forward to your application!

Greenfield is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to the attraction, selection, advancement and fair treatment of all individuals, we respect the needs of all our employees.
In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and the Greenfield Accommodation Policy a request for accommodation will be accepted and reviewed as part of the Greenfield hiring process.

Agriculture Sales Manager – Ontario Ruminant Feed Sales – Southwestern Ontario

LOCATION: Southwestern Ontario
DEPARTMENT: Agricultural Sales
REPORTS TO: Director of Agricultural Sales
POSTING DATE: May 11, 2018

Position Overview

Reporting to the Director of Agriculture Sales, this individual will work as a member of the Agriculture Sales Team, providing technical sales support to our valued customers.  While working closely with the animal feed industry, this positon will be responsible to increase sales of our high quality feed products by attracting new customers and demand.  In this role the primary responsibilities will involve the direct to farm sale of co-product’s produced at our Southwestern Ontario facilities.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage the company’s existing customer base and prospect new accounts
  • Work collaboratively with the logistics team in the coordination of sales orders, deliveries and plant inventories
  • Manage pricing and marketing strategy of all co-products
  • Management of accounts receivable
  • Ensure proper coordination of product and information flow through a collaborative relationship with the manufacturing teams at our Ontario production facilities
  • Develops targets, objectives, forecasts and overall future vision with the support of the Director of Agriculture Sales
  • Attend trade shows and other related industry events
  • Complies with all Company health and safety, environmental and quality policies as well as all regulatory requirements
  • Other duties may be assigned.

Skills, Education and Qualifications:

  • M.Sc. or B.Sc with a major in Animal Science
  • Minimum of five years’ work experience in the Canadian feed industry
  • Demonstrated experience working with livestock producers in a sales, feed formulation or nutrition consultation role
  • Holds a valid driver’s license
  • The majority of this role will require travel within Southwestern Ontario. This individual must reside in this area and be able to travel up to 80% of the time.

 Personal Qualities:

  • Uses critical judgement, decision making and problem solving skills to make decisions and deal with situations in a proactive and professional manner
  • Can effectively build rapport, has excellent communication skills, and works well with all positions to achieve business objectives
  • Knows and understands business fundamentals and uses this knowledge to enhance business performance
  • Establishes, sustains and fosters professional contacts to build, enhance and connect networks
  • Possesses Company values of honesty, integrity, commitment and openness to change.

Demand Analyst Planner – Connecticut

LOCATION: Connecticut
DEPARTMENT: Supply
REPORTS TO: Supply Chain Manager
POSTING DATE: June 18, 2018

Position Overview

The Demand Analyst Planner works closely with customers, sales, operations, logistics and other partners to establish accurate forecasts across the network to align demand with capabilities. The Analyst will be responsible for demand through trend or gap analysis, predictive modeling, analysis of historical sales performance and forecasts, inventory levels, and other market intelligence. The Analyst will assist the Supply Chain Manager to determine most advantageous plant or distribution center to service accounts.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for creating, maintaining and communicating network demand forecasts
  • Responsible for developing, communicating and ensuring the accuracy of the Greenfield Global US Inc. short /long-term Demand, including delivery of the overall forecast accuracy for all business segments
  • Coordinate and communicate the demand plan throughout the network to align resources and capabilities
  • KPI Monitoring and Analysis (sales, demand forecast accuracy, inventory management)
  • Perform data mining and ad hoc data analysis
  • Present data analysis in meaningful ways utilizing methods of statistical aggregation
  • Oversee warehouse coordination and replenishment
  • Responsible for account level forecast, Collaborative Planning Forecast and Replenishment (CPFR) Analysis and Purchase Sales Inventory (PSI) Analysis
  • Lead, facilitate and manage the Sales Territory Calls to ensure a holistic and aligned business forecast drives the planning requirements for the organization
  • Monitor historical sales trend and inventory level to provide Sell Thru and Sell In forecast
  • KPI Monitoring and Analysis (Sales, aging, forecast accuracy, inventory management, weeks of supply)
  • Weekly reporting in support of leadership and internal stakeholders
  • Support the standardization and implementation of Supply Chain Management operating procedures
  • Ensure ongoing Demand Planning improvements
  • Use experience, analysis, reports and gathered intelligence to review history, evaluate the impact of future business and sales activities on demand and take appropriate actions to adjust forecasts
  • Collaborate with key contacts (e.g. Sales) to gather intelligence relative to Customer activities (Promotions, Calendar Events, New Business)
  • Other duties may be assigned.

Skills, Education and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Supply Chain Planning certifications (APICS, P.Log, CITT, etc) preferred
  • 3-5 years’ experience in demand planning within CPG industry
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills, able to interact comfortably with every level in the organization
  • Ability to gather and analize data and to work with figures
  • Solid judgement along with decision making skills
  • Experience with ERP platforms
  • Experience with Business intelligence platforms.

Production Operator – Kentucky

LOCATION: Kentucky
DEPARTMENT: Production
REPORTS TO: Plant Manager
POSTING DATE: June 18, 2018

Position Overview

The Production Operator will be responsible for operating bottling lines, drum lines, totes filling station, and pail line. Cross train in relabeling and manual filling.

Duties and Responsibilities:

 

  • Ability to train and work in all areas of production
  • Perform relief duties in all areas of production
  • Maintain quality requirements in accordance with company standards
  • Operate forklift
  • Collect empty containers for fill
  • Label and seal packages
  • Torque bottles and pails
  • Palletize packages
  • Check caps and labels when boxing bottles on Bottling Line 1
  • Label boxes and stack on pallets in serial number order
  • Label finished pallets with pallet ID tags
  • Monthly, weekly, and daily cleaning
  • Assist the continuous running of equipment
  • Use the safety and protective equipment as required
  • Communicate issues related to paperwork, materials, products and equipment to management
  • Understand company expectations and perform according
  • Cross train in other Work Centers as needed
  • Participate in any Lean or process improvement initiatives
  • Assist the Supervisor in improving productivity and efficiency of the operation
  • Observe the process and initiate/own activities to improve the process
  • Assist in maintaining good housekeeping practices
  • Other duties may be assigned.

Skills, Education and Qualifications:

  • High School Degree – Technical degree a plus
  • Chemical/production background a plus
  • Willingness to learn
  • Ability to work independently as well as with other departments
  • Proven ability to multi-task and pay attention to detail
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively
  • Ability to thrive in a fast paced environment
  • Bending, lifting required

Laboratory Technician – Brampton

LOCATION: Brampton
DEPARTMENT: Quality
REPORTS TO: Quality Control Coordinator
POSTING DATE: July 3, 2018

Position Overview:

The Laboratory Technician role is part of the Brampton’s Quality department. The successful candidate will perform the various tasks required to ensure that products manufactured at the Brampton Packaging Facility are monitored regularly and manufactured according to specifications.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Sets up, adjusts, operates and maintains laboratory equipment used in quality testing and process control
  • Performs a wide range of lab tests to determine if products conform to applicable requirements and specifications
  • Records QC testing results in appropriate manner as required and signs off in appropriate sections of batch records and C of A’s, as required
  • Rejects incoming materials and in- process and finished goods if nonconformity with the specification is identified
  • Provides QC release of products for shipment to customers if product conforms to specifications
  • Obtains samples of incoming raw materials and performs quality testing on them
  • Receives and inspects raw packaging materials for conformity with requirements, as well as, visually inspects finished packaged goods to verify that labels, markings, cleanliness, and condition are satisfactory
  • Assists in the maintenance of the calibration program for laboratory equipment
  • Operates package labeling software and printer and ensures accuracy in the resulting labels
  • Cleans and sterilizes laboratory equipment as necessary, and performs housekeeping in the lab and sample retain area and areas in which lab supplies and lab waste materials are stored
  • Adheres to and fully complies with the company’s Health and Safety, Environmental and Quality Procedures
  • Performs such testing as required to confirm conformity of product with pharmacopoeia compendial requirements (USP/EP/BP/JP) and shelf life claims
  • Ensures that inventories of unexpired reagents, labels, customer sample kits, GC compressed gases, consumable spare parts for QC equipment etc. that are used in the QC function are maintained at levels such that they don’t run out
  • Aids in packaging operations from time to time, and operates process equipment in a safe and efficient manner while processing alcohols and solvents.

 

Education and Experience:

  • Post-secondary education in food science, chemistry or microbiology
  • 3-5 years of related experience in a laboratory setting is an asset
  • Knowledge of GMP and ISO standards
  • Experience in a continuous and batch process environment is an asset.

 

Personal Attributes:

  • Self-starter individual with strong attention to detail
  • Strong organizational and time management skills, with the ability to manage multiple tasks
  • Individual with excellent communication skills who promotes a team environment
  • Strong computer skills are required
  • Possesses Company values of honesty, integrity, respect and commitment coupled with the ability to accept change.

 

Systems Administrator – Mississauga

LOCATION: Mississauga
DEPARTMENT: 
Information Technology
REPORTS TO:
 
Manager of IT Infrastructure and Operations
POSTING DATE: 
August 15, 2018

Position Overview

The Systems Administrator will maintain, modify, install and support Greenfield’s network and systems infrastructure. Greenfield runs in a 24/7 environment. Some duties are required to be performed during off hours.

Greenfield has 14 sites with over 500 users.   The Systems Administrator will be assigned primary duties and responsibilities while also serving as backup administrator to other System Administrators.  These systems will include both Windows and Linux operating systems with many different applications/services.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Microsoft SCCM, Active Directory, Exchange and VMware administration
  • Lead and perform Windows 10 Upgrade with operations & service desk teams
  • Install and maintain production hardware and software
  • Monitor networks to ensure security and availability
  • Evaluate and modify system performance
  • Perform day to day operational activities and technical support to service desk team.
  • Document procedures for system administration activities
  • Follow Information technology policies and procedures
  • Complete knowledge transfers of infrastructure systems and procedures to team members as well as first level support
  • Participates in cross functional projects and team collaboration
  • Must be able to travel to US and Canada to provide onsite support
  • Other duties as assigned.

 Skills and Qualifications:

  • Completion of a related technical post-secondary diploma/degree
  • 5+ years of experience working with Domain Controllers and Active Directory
  • 5+ years of experience working with Windows OS Upgrades
  • 3+ years of experience working with Microsoft SQL
  • 3+ years of experience working with VMWare
  • 2+ years of experience working with SCCM
  • 2+ years of experience working with Microsoft IIS
  • Experience working with Linux LAMP stack
  • Ability to think and adapt quickly to meet business needs
  • Ability to maintain composure and instill confidence while managing multiple aspects of core business processes.

QA Manager – Chatham

LOCATION: Chatham
DEPARTMENT: 
Quality Assurance
REPORTS TO:
Plant Manager
POSTING DATE: 
August 17, 2018

Position Overview: This position is responsible to oversee the Chatham plant quality programs by providing leadership and guidance to ensure department goals and objectives are met. This position has the QA Coordinator and QA Technicians as direct reports.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Establishes a department vision and develops goals and objectives to align with this vision in the areas of Safety, Product Quality and Consistency, Customer Service, ISO compliance, Internal Supplier Relationships, and continuous improvement initiatives. Manages the pace of change appropriately to ensure buy-in and results
  • Responsible for the performance and development of direct reports through established objectives, priorities and routine performance evaluations
  • Identifies, develops and delivers Quality programs and training
  • Responsible for the overall technical performance in the QA and Micro Labs. Ensures customer specifications, and testing is done by approved methods to meet specifications and only approved product is shipped.  Monitors quality performance by producing statistical reports
  • Liaise with customers’ auditors and ensures execution of corrective actions and compliance with customers’ specifications
  • Develops and maintains a relationship with customers and suppliers including direct communication with suppliers, customers, site visits, plant audits and customer technical assistance. Works closely with the production department, sales team and packaging facilities to maintain product supply
  • Takes a lead role with respect to the plants ISO 9001 Quality Program. Ensures compliance with standards and legislation
  • Develops and maintains relations with Revenue Canada – Excise Branch, including the maintenance of information and records so as to conform to Excise and plant requirements regarding the quantity of alcohol produced, shipped and stored in inventory
  • Contributes to the preparation of capital and operating budgets and monthly cost reports for the QA department. Maintains awareness of business, Company profitability and budgetary control.  Collates and analyzes performance KPI’s and charts against defined parameters
  • Stays current on industry performance standards and best practices, and ensure that the department and plant facility meets or exceeds benchmark standards
  • Other duties as assigned.

Skills, Education and Qualifications:

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in food science, chemistry or microbiology with 10 years of related experience including managerial experience
  • Proven coaching and mentoring skills to lead, motivate and develop a team.
  • Knowledgeable in continuous improvement tools to assist in improving overall department and plant performance (Six Sigma, Kaizen, Lean Systems, RCA, etc.)
  • Strong organizational skills paired with an ability to manage multiple priorities with competing demands, through cross functional departments
  • Thorough understanding of the ISO 9001 system, HACCP and GMP standards to ensure full compliance
  • Experience with developing a department budget and accountability for monthly cost control.

Qualities:

  • Possesses Company values of honesty, integrity, respect, commitment and openness to change while modelling the Company Core Principles in all activities
  • Ability to coach, lead and motivate employees through positive and effective communications. Can solicit input and clearly communicate information to all levels within the organization
  • Fosters a sense of responsibility and accountability with direct reports while promoting collaboration and teamwork
  • Can set a future vision for the department that is simple, desirable and energizing to others
  • Ability to foster collaborative, cross department relationships to meet common objectives.

 

Financial Accountant – Mississauga

LOCATION: Mississauga
DEPARTMENT: Accounting/Finance
REPORTS TO: Senior Accounting Manager
POSTING DATE: August 23, 2018

Position Overview: The Financial Accountant will report directly to the Senior Accounting Manager and will be part of the team responsible for month-end close, accurate bookkeeping, account reconciliations and analysis.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Perform monthly and year-end accounting close procedures, including collaboration with plant personnel, preparation of standard entries, accruals and other adjusting entries, running and analysing reports, etc.
  • Performance of  account analytics
  • Preparation of sales/commodity tax returns
  • Regulatory reporting for a variety of government entities
  • Liaising with external auditors in performance of interim and annual audit of financial statements
  • Periodic review and testing of internal controls
  • Ad hoc reporting and other duties as assigned.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Accounting designation (CPA, CGA preferred) or nearing completion of same combined with post-secondary education with a specialty in Accounting or Business Administration
  • 3 or more years of related general accounting experience in a complex environment (preferably manufacturing)
  • Experience working with multiple entities in a multi-currency environment
  • Possesses a strong systems background and excellent analytical skills
  • Good written, verbal communication and collaborative skills
  • Proficiency in Excel and Microsoft Office products
  • Knowledge of ERP systems and ability to work well with others
  • Ability to work independently under minimal supervision and with competing priorities.

Personal Attributes:

  • Possesses Company values of honesty, integrity, respect, commitment and openness to change while modelling the Company Core Principles in all activities
  • Ability to foster collaborative, cross department relationships to meet common objectives.

Accounts Payable Supervisor – Mississauga

LOCATION: Mississauga
DEPARTMENT: Accounting/Finance
REPORTS TO: Accounting Operations Manager
POSTING DATE: August 23, 2018

Position Overview: Reporting to the Accounting Operations Manager, the successful candidate is a true team player, required to oversee the day-to-day activities of the Accounts Payable function of the Accounting department. The A/P Supervisor is responsible for managing, mentoring and planning the tasks and duties of the A/P team, ensuring accurate processing and disbursement of accounts payable, providing procurement and accounts payable guidelines at all company levels, and participating in month-end procedures.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and co-ordinate the Accounts Payable function:
    • Plan the department’s workload and flow, establish annual department and employee objectives, provide timely feedback and conduct annual performance reviews
    • Vendor maintenance, including validating new vendor set up in the accounting system
    • Review all disbursements for multiple entities, including EFT’s/ACH’s, cheques, wires and bill payments
    • Provide trouble shooting support to all AP personnel
    • Review and investigate invoices and communicate errors to relevant parties and departments
    • Liaise and provide advice and assistance to procurement staff at plant-level and other internal stakeholders with respect to adherence to corporate policies, procedures and guidelines
    • Answer queries and complaints from vendors with respect to payment status and diffuse any potential issues
    • Manage the main channel of communication with suppliers (Email)
    • Investigate and resolve any sales tax issues with respect to purchase orders and invoices
    • Regular reporting on relevant metrics, such as A/P aging, invoice and payment processing, etc.
    • Issue guidelines and procedures to improve the accounts payable process, and increase internal control compliance
    • Update departmental training materials, and standard operating procedures.
    • Oversee, manage, and update the expense report tool
    • Participate in process improvement projects, such as EFT and ERP implementation
    • Help co-ordinate credit applications and negotiate credit terms with vendors
  • Assist in treasury management (timing of payments, etc.)
  • Participate in the month-end and year-end close processes; responsible for A/P account reconciliations and other month-end duties and analysis
  • Professionally interact with company auditors, tax auditors and tax recovery specialists, as required
  • Other duties shall be assigned as required.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Accounts Payable supervisory or managerial experience of more than 3 years, with a proven track record of successfully supervising, coaching and mentoring staff.
  • Accounting degree or an accounting designation would be an asset
  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word)
  • Sound knowledge of and experience with accounting software. Microsoft Navision experience would be an asset but not required
  • Effective communication, investigation, and problem solving skills
  • Proactive and ability to work independently, escalating issues when appropriate
  • Ability to deal with individuals at all levels in a fast-paced, demanding environment, often with tight deadlines and multiple deliverables
  • Capacity to deal with large volume of invoices and payments
  • Bilingual (English/French) would be an asset, but not required.

Personal Attributes:

  • Possesses Company values of honesty, integrity, respect, commitment and openness to change while modelling the Company Core Principles in all activities
  • Ability to foster collaborative, cross department relationships to meet common objectives.

 

Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) Manager – Chatham

LOCATION: Chatham
DEPARTMENT: Health & Safety
REPORTS TO: Plant Manager
POSTING DATE: September 14, 2018

Position Overview: This position will lead the EH&S function by providing direction and support at all levels in the plant. This position will monitor and assess compliance, organize and provide training, ensure tests are conducted and perform field investigations. The individual will determine sources and methods of controlling pollutants in air, water, and soil. The individual will ensure that all plant environmental, health and safety policies, guidelines and programs are in compliance with regulatory requirements and report on the EH&S Management System.

 Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop, recommend, implement and communicate policies and establish goals to assist the plant in meeting the requirements of site, corporate and governmental standards
  • Develop, organize and provide EH&S training across the site
  • Participate in and oversee all internal and external audits for plant EH&S systems
  • Lead the registration and maintenance of the EH&S Management Systems and report on their effectiveness to the Plant Manager and leadership team
  • Participate in root cause analysis (RCA) and other process improvement events when necessary
  • Provide plant safety orientation for new employees as well as generic safety training for all contractors
  • Responsible for environmental complaints-programs, record keeping, communication and response to concerns internally and externally
  • Arrange for the collection of samples to assist in evaluation of atmospheric pollutants
  • Support the plant activities by ensuring compliance with all Environmental, Health & Safety regulatory requirements
  • Coordinate activities associated with the EH&S Committee
  • Oversee the 3rd party Security Agency contract and activities
  • Participate in Corporate Functional Team on Environment, Health & Safety to establish best practices
  • Maintain and expand positive company image with Government agencies, employees and external customers
  • Support a high standard of housekeeping and advocating 5S opportunities within facility
  • Other duties and responsibilities aligned to business objectives and in support of our core principles.

 Skills, Education, and Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary education or equivalent experience in Health & Safety, Environmental Science, or other related fields
  • Specific training in the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • CRSP Designation preferred
  • Knowledgeable of environmental regulations, and work experience in environmental aspects and procedures
  • Prior work experience within an industrial plant environment is desired.

Personal Qualities:

  • Self-motivated individual who anticipates future priorities and obstacles, and establishes a technical direction for the department and the site
  • Promotes clear communication, expectations, performance standards and accountability at all levels
  • Team-oriented individuals with strong communication skills and the ability to collaborate across departments
  • Self-motivated and forward-thinking individual who is able to self-direct workload and priorities, and acts to create efficiencies and resolve issues within their scope of responsibility
  • Champion and leader of our core principles through collaboration, agility and innovation, responsibility, and dedicated to the business objectives and continuous improvement
  • Possesses Company values of Honesty, Integrity, Respect and Commitment coupled with the ability to accept and drive change.

Industrial Millwright – Johnstown

LOCATION: Johnstown
DEPARTMENT: Maintenance
REPORTS TO: Maintenance Manager
POSTING DATE: October 5, 2018

Position Overview: Under the supervision of the Maintenance Manager, maintain machinery, mechanical equipment and assets within the plant buildings and office area, etc., by performing the following duties in coordination with the department(s) affected by the work, and in an efficient, safe and environmentally conscious manner.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Install, maintain, test, troubleshoot, and repair industrial equipment within the plant to ensure the ongoing and reliable operation of plant equipment and systems
  • Assess, report on, promote, and carry-out process improvement initiatives, specifically with regard to machine and/or system reliability and improved performance
  • Contribute to the development of a predictive and preventive maintenance program, carry-out maintenance activities, and replacement or repair of defective parts, components or system performance testing
  • Up-keep of maintenance and parts records using a computerized maintenance management system (Maximo)
  • Maintain a safe and clean work environment.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Valid Ontario Certificate of Qualification – Industrial Millwright
  • Proven skills in the principles of mechanics, fitting, basic welding, metal work and machinery
  • Experience performing preventive/predictive maintenance. Specific predictive maintenance experience in vibration, ultrasonic or oil analysis would be an asset.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and repair, as well as fabrication installation of equipment and modifications
  • Able to read technical specs/drawings and operate standard machine shop equipment
  • Experience in a computerized maintenance management system (Maximo) would be an asset.

Operator – Tiverton

LOCATION: Tiverton
DEPARTMENT: Operations
REPORTS TO: Operations Manager
POSTING DATE: October 19, 2018

OBJECTIVE:  Under the supervision of the Operations Manager, the Operator is part of a shift operating team responsible for a variety of process equipment. They are responsible to maintain the safe and efficient manufacturing of alcohol by following standard operating procedures and in accordance with the Operating Engineer Regulation. Most duties are carried out in a team based atmosphere with a culture of openness and respect.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Operates process equipment in a safe and efficient manner
  • Performs testing on process steams in the process, still house and boiler building on a scheduled basis to verify, support and supplement tests being conducted by the shift operators, including corn quality testing, pH, HPLC testing, Yeast counts and balling verification, dilute caustic tank concentration testing and adjustment etc.
  • Monitors operations and makes necessary adjustments to maintain equipment and operation within specified ranges
  • Performs start-up, shutdown and other procedures
  • Samples and tests process streams
  • Reports deviations
  • Measures process temperatures, pressures and other parameters in a computerized format
  • Cleans and sanitizes process equipment as required
  • Maintains cleanliness and sanitation of process area, laboratories and control rooms
  • Assists with general housekeeping and cleaning
  • Assists with cleaning up spills
  • Visually inspects equipment at regular intervals to detect malfunctions, repair, adjustment or lubrication needs
  • Performs / assists with the receiving and unloading of corn, supplies or ingredients
  • Performs or assists with the loading of wet distiller’s grains and condensed distillers solubles into trucks
  • Assists in maintenance of plant surveillance and security
  • Provides technical troubleshooting expertise in the detection and correction of operational problems
  • Actively participates in production equipment upgrades and new technologies
  • Adheres to and participates in the Company’s Quality, Environmental and Health & Safety ISO systems
  • Adheres to all safety policies and requirements prescribed in GFE-SMS-4.4.6-06 PPE Procedure
  • Other duties may be assigned.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Completion of a related technical post-secondary diploma / degree
  • Minimum 4th Class Operating Engineer certificate
  • Experience in a continuous operation facility is an asset.

 PERSONAL QUALITIES:

  • Effectively communicate a team-based environment
  • Can multitask and handles multiple tasks of varying complexity
  • Possesses Company values of honesty, integrity and commitment coupled with the ability to accept change.