Careers

Looking for a job at Greenfield? Greenfield and its Commercial Alcohols division offer 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.
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IT Developer, Dynamics NAV – Brampton

LOCATION: Brampton
DEPARTMENT: IT Department
REPORTS TO: Manager IT Applications and Development
POSTING DATE: July 20, 2017

Position Overview:
As a NAV Developer at Greenfield, you would work as part of a high energy, cross functional agile team to develop and deploy working software to support our internal ERP, Supply Chain Management and Big Data initiatives. This includes development of customizations to Microsoft Dynamics NAV, modifying existing customizations and integrations as required by the business, and working with a team to rebuild our NAV implementation to NAV 2017.

We are looking for a NAV Developer who can:
• Design and develop modifications according to Microsoft Dynamics NAV application standards and best practices
• Document code customizations in compliance with established standards and practices
• Translate customer business requirements and specifications into code solutions
• Debug errors efficiently and effectively
• Create technical design documents based on functional requirements
• Perform checks of existing Navision Application in a highly customized NAV environment
• Assist with the rollout of customer functionality and/or modifications
• Ability to analyze issues to determine program fault vs. data entry error
• Long term goal to convert NAV 2009 installation to NAV 2017.
• Work hands-on with the upgrade customizations and new add-ins

Skills and Experience:
• Bachelor’s Degree or College Diploma in Computer Science, Information systems or equivalent experience
• 4-6 years of software development experience using the following platforms:
• Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 or higher
• Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 or higher
• .NET/C#
• MS SQL Servers, Scripting and Configuration
• Javascript
• HTML / HTML5
• Windows Presentation Framework
• C/Side using C/AL development within Dynamics NAV ERP preferably in a manufacturing environment
• Microsoft SQL Server technologies (Analysis, Reporting, Integration Services, etc.)
• MVC and MVVM design patterns
• Understanding of relational database design and architecture
• Understanding of the factors that influence application performance and scalability

Desired Qualifications:
• Dynamics NAV 2016/17 experience including Extensions
• Experience completing a NAV upgrade to 2016/2017

Candidate Success Criteria and Attributes:
• Ability to work as a cross functional team member on an agile development team utilizing Scrum software development methodology
• Ability to understand, communicate and interpret client business processes and requirements.
• Well organized with strong time management practices.
• Excellent analytical and problem solving skills and able to utilize these skills in a fast paced dynamic environment.
• Ability to work multiple tasks under fixed timeframes.
• Self-directed yet team focused.

Electrician – Brampton

LOCATION: Brampton Packaging Facility
DEPARTMENT:Maintenance
REPORTS TO:Production and Maintenance Manager
POSTING DATE:June 16, 2017

Position Overview:
In this role, the successful candidate will install, maintain and repair electrical and mechanical systems, apparatus, electrical and electronic components and safety interlocks of machinery and equipment, by performing various duties in coordination with the departments affected by the work, in an efficient, safe and environmentally conscious manner following all department and electrical codes set by the company and the government of Ontario.

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
  • Maintain the preventive maintenance program, carry-out maintenance activities, and replacement or repair of defective parts, components or system performance testing
  • Evaluate condition of electrical and instrumentation devices in operation by checking calibration, listening to their sounds, verifying pressures, temperatures etc.
  • Examine parts to detect imperfections prior to use of new parts, and also following use, to determine wearing tendencies and ascertain what changes may be required to extend service life
  • Work in a self-directed manner by managing time and tasks to complete work assigned
  • Install and connect power and control wiring and conduit for newly installed equipment such as motors, conveyors, instrumentation, etc.
  • Test and diagnose malfunctioning apparatus such as transformers, motors, and lighting fixtures and replace damaged or broken components
  • Replace faulty electrical machine components such as relays, switches, motors, sensors, etc.
  • Diagnose and repair or replace faulty electronic components such as printed circuit boards
  • Plan layout of wiring and installs wiring, conduit and electrical apparatus in buildings and yard
  • Maintain files, records, line diagrams, etc. of electrical and instrumentation equipment and installations
  • Communications Requirements:

  • Communicate competently in both oral and written form
  • Compile and interpret vast quantities of data
  • Read, interpret, prepare or assist in the preparation of documents
  • Write routine reports and correspondence
  • Clearly describe problems to co-workers, operators and contractors
  • Interpret mechanical and civil drawings and sketches
  • Interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form
  • Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma
  • Post-Secondary in a related field
  • Certified electrical license (309A) from the Ontario Government
  • (7-10 years of experience

Millwright – Brampton

LOCATION: Brampton Packaging Facility
DEPARTMENT: Maintenance
REPORTS TO: Production and Maintenance Manager
POSTING DATE: June 16, 2017

Position Overview:
Under the supervision of the Production and Maintenance Manager, the Millwright installs, maintains and repairs mechanical systems, apparatus, and safety interlocks of machinery and equipment, by performing the following duties in coordination with the departments affected by the work, in an efficient, safe, environmentally conscious manner following all department set by the company and the government of Ontario.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Duties include, but are not limited to:
• 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
• Maintain the 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
• Evaluate condition of instrumentation devices in operation by checking calibration, listening to their sounds, verifying pressures, temperatures etc.
• Examine parts to detect imperfections prior to use of new parts, and also following use, to determine wearing tendencies and ascertain what changes may be required to extend service life
• Direct and lead contractors during plant shutdowns and at other times as needed.
• Work in a self-directed manner by managing time and tasks to complete work assigned.
• Champion and implement at least one continuous improvement activity each year.
• Act as the shipper/receiver for the maintenance department as needed.
• Perform part replacements using suggested manufacturer recommendations
• Assist in creating PM’s plant equipment
• Assist with the setting up of job plans and the preventative maintenance program
• Input all required data and information from work orders in Maximo
• Maintain files and records of jobs performed and equipment condition as required
• Take part in the performance of project work as required
• Maintain files, records, line diagrams, etc. of electrical and instrumentation equipment and installations
• Reports any equipment or safety violation to his/her supervisor.
• Adheres to and fully participates in the Company’s Health & Safety, Environmental and Management System.

Communications Requirements:
• Communicate competently both oral and written form
• Compile and interpret vast quantities of data
• Read, interpret, prepare or assist in the preparation of documents
• Write routine reports and correspondence
• Clearly describe problems to co-workers, operators and contractors
• Interpret mechanical and civil drawings and sketches
• Interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form
• Ability to use e-mail effectively for companywide communications

Qualifications:
• High School Diploma
• Post-Secondary in a related field
• Millwright license
• 7-10 years of experience

Process/Project Engineer – Tiverton

LOCATION: Tiverton, Ontario
DEPARTMENT: Technical Resources and Automation
REPORTS TO: Technical Resources and Automation Manager
POSTING DATE: September 5, 2017

OBJECTIVE:
The individual provides management and guidance for engineering, construction, maintenance, purchasing contracting and utility operations. This position provides direct coordination of all process engineering and construction activities on site and also tracks all capital expenditure. Experience with capital projects is a must, experience with utility operations and maintenance would be beneficial. This position reports to the Technical Resources and Automation Manager.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
• Coordinate Capital Programs (engineering, construction, cost control, project priorities) for Tiverton.
• Ensure all new construction on site complies with current codes and regulations.
• Ensure drawings are brought up-to date and kept current for the Tiverton facility.
• Provide technical process support for all automation systems (PLC, BMS)
• Works to reduce cost, risk and increase reliability.
• Sponsor improvements for the site Health and Safety program.
• Ensure the Management of Change Process and the Internal Root Cause Analysis program is followed.
• Ensure design is compliant with PEO guidelines for Ontario.
• Ensure pressure vessels and piping are registered and certified with TSSA.
• Ensure electrical installations are approved by ESA.
• Ensure formal, stamped PSR’s are carried out as required by MOL for new installations.
• Revise the C of A for new installations affecting effluent or emissions.
• Ensure all new installations comply with current applicable codes and regulations (such as fire code and building code).
• Ensure municipal building permits are obtained when required for new installations.
• Participate and lead lean initiatives as directed at the plant.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• Degree or Diploma in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering or P. Eng.
• 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.

This document will be up dated as required to reflect changes in the job description.

EMPLOYMENT DETAILS:
• Status: Full-time, Permanent
• Hours: 40 hours weekly (M-F day shift)
• Benefits: Group insurance, RRSP
• Conditions of Employment: Successful references, criminal record check and qualification for entry into all countries
• Salary: To be determined based on qualifications and experience
• Deadline to Apply: September 19th, 2017 at 12:00pm (EST)



Operator – Tiverton

LOCATION: Tiverton, Ontario
DEPARTMENT: Operations
REPORTS TO: Operations Manager
POSTING DATE: September 9, 2017

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 include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
• 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.

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.

EMPLOYMENT DETAILS:
• Status: Full-time, Permanent
• Hours: 84 hours’ bi-weekly (continental rotating shift – days, nights)
• Benefits: Group insurance, RRSP
• Conditions of Employment: Successful references, criminal record check and qualification for entry into all countries
• Salary: To be determined based on qualifications and experience
• Deadline to Apply: September 20th, 2017 at 4:00pm (EST)

Maintenance Purchaser and Inventory Clerk – Johnstown

LOCATION: Johnstown
DEPARTMENT: Maintenance Department
REPORTS TO: Maintenance Manager
POSTING DATE: September 11, 2017

Summary:
The Maintenance Purchaser and Inventory Clerk will in coordination with the Maintenance Manager and other management team members, be responsible for the day to day inventory and purchasing of all maintenance parts and the upkeep of the maintenance management system.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Duties include, but are not limited to:

• Prepare and complete purchase requisitions and place purchase orders for chemicals, lubricants, spare parts, tools and equipment related to the day to day requirements of the maintenance department and plant.
• Prepare and complete purchase requisitions and place purchase orders for capital projects.
• Receive all parts, review invoices and coordinate activities with the accounting group.
• Overall responsibility for parts inventory including stock room organization, inventory and CMMS accuracy.
• Parts expediting and delivery date inquiries.
• Investigate warranty issues with vendors.
• Ship out any return parts or parts for repair.
• Input and extract data using the Computerized Maintenance Management System (MAXIMO) to ensure that up to date records of inventory, parts locations and quantities, document links, assets and locations are maintained.
• Assist with tracking and implementation of capital projects inventory and ensuring all new assets are input and linked to all equipment in Maximo.
• Champion any Maximo system upgrades or changes as directed by the Maintenance Manager.
• Create reports or assist in creating reports on maintenance costs as directed by the Maintenance Manager.
• Vacation back-up for Maintenance Planner.
• Calibrate, troubleshoot, & repair (if necessary) hand-held gas detectors.
• Oversee tools calibration.

Educational Requirements:
• High School Diploma
• Trade certificate or equivalent experience

Communications Requirement:
• Communicate competently both oral and written form
• Compile and interpret vast quantities of data
• Read, interpret, prepare or assist in the preparation of documents
• Write routine reports and correspondence
• Interpret mechanical and civil drawings and sketches
• Interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form
• Ability to use e-mail effectively for companywide communications

Team Skills:
• Positive attitude
• Works well with others
• Cooperates with management team