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Job Locations CA-BC
Company BioNorth Energy
Reporting to the Chief Power Engineer and working as part of our Operations Team, the Power Engineer will be responsible for the safe operation and maintenance of the power plant and related auxiliary equipment.  In absence of the Chief Power Engineer, the Power Engineer will be capable of assuming responsibility for the operation.Our entire team focuses on creating a work environment where all employees work together to complete all tasks/meet challenges using a team-based approach.   Major Responsibilities - Maintain a safe work environment and ensure all safety requirements are met or exceeded - Perform related duties to ensure the cleanliness and general upkeep of the plant and outside operations - Closely liaise and communicate with staff and maintenance department to ensure consistent operations of the steam plant and auxiliary equipment - Facilitate the reliable supply of services to the plant - Direct shift crew - Operate a wide variety of equipment - Provide operational expertise to resolve frequently changing process conditions - Identify plant improvements - Ensure good communication and cooperation with corporate teams. - Ensure good communication with stakeholder representatives - Follow all workplace safety policies and compliance regulations - Provide internal and external Customer Service excellence - Other duties as assigned by Manager
Job Locations CA-BC-Fort St. James
Company BioNorth Energy
Reporting to the Chief Power Engineer and working as part of our Operations Team, the Power Engineer will be responsible for the safe operation and maintenance of the power plant and related auxiliary equipment.  In absence of the Chief Power Engineer, the Power Engineer will be capable of assuming responsibility for the operation.Our entire team focuses on creating a work environment where all employees work together to complete all tasks/meet challenges using a team-based approach.   Major Responsibilities - Maintain a safe work environment and ensure all safety requirements are met or exceeded - Perform related duties to ensure the cleanliness and general upkeep of the plant and outside operations - Closely liaise and communicate with staff and maintenance department to ensure consistent operations of the steam plant and auxiliary equipment - Facilitate the reliable supply of services to the plant - Direct shift crew - Operate a wide variety of equipment - Provide operational expertise to resolve frequently changing process conditions - Identify plant improvements - Ensure good communication and cooperation with corporate teams. - Ensure good communication with stakeholder representatives - Follow all workplace safety policies and compliance regulations - Provide internal and external Customer Service excellence - Other duties as assigned by Manager
Job Locations CA-BC-Ashcroft
Company Arrow Trucking
Under the direction of the Division Manager, the Operations Supervisor role is to assist in the planning, organization, coordination and implementation of short and long-term operational goals, policies and procedures. In particular, it is the Operations Supervisor’s role is to oversee and supervise the resources necessary (people and equipment) to meet customer commitments, maintenance commitments, while ensuring a safe, productive, compliant and cost efficient operation.   - Plans the effective and efficient development of schedules and makes necessary adjustments for road closures, overloads, lateness and related problems. - Reviews gaps between actual and target key metrics (payload, speed, cycle time, fuel etc..) and discusses same with driver to commend positive or to correct negative driver behaviors. - Plans, coordinates and oversees the routing and scheduling of daily trucking services and drivers and assures compliance with time schedules and applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations. - Ensures the drivers have the proper instructions to perform their duties safely and listens to all driver concerns and acts on them appropriately. - Ensures that schedules are carried out in an effective and efficient manner. Coordinates the daily assignment of company and contracted resources to maximize equipment productivity and payload while maintaining a high level of customer service. - Oversees the daily operations of the dispatch office. Makes necessary adjustments for road closures, overloads, lateness and related problems. Communicates regularly with the drivers to assist and manage implications caused by truck problems, lateness and accidents. Communicates with the customer to report compliance to daily targets as well as course of action should deviation to plans occur. - Recommend the assignment of yard crew should there be a short or long-term shortfall or if volume fluctuations require additional resources - Oversees the assignment of spare drivers should there be a short or long-term shortfall of regular drivers. - Communicates with the Primary customer to exchange information, coordinate activities and resolve issues, concerns and questions regarding trucking services, customer site and/or driver issues. - Continuously surveys the existing trucking program for safety and cost improvement opportunities and advises the manager of ways to improve current systems. - Schedules and coordinates required Driver training and orientation. - Assists in the development, change to or implementation of policy and process improvement. - Confers and coordinates with Shop personnel as well as drivers regarding repairs and preventative maintenance schedules and timelines. - Responsible for collecting and reviewing driver paperwork and ensuring it is complete, accurate and timely. - Trains, supervises, motivates and evaluates the performance of assigned staff and drivers. Is responsible for providing feedback and may be responsible for disciplinary action of assigned staff and drivers, up to and including written warning if required. - Receives and responds to drivers accidents, drives to accident scenes and conducts internal accident investigations; gathers information, takes photos and assists drivers and staff; obtains accident reports from the highway patrol and police agencies. - Receives and responds to emergency calls after hours and on weekends. - Receives verifies and assigns equipment and driver transfers. - Maintains a variety of transportation personnel records including license and certificate expirations. - Attends meetings, conferences, workshops, reads industry related journals and works with the Director of Safety to maintain current knowledge of and assist in the implementation of safety and transportation codes, regulations, laws and related matters. - Other duties as assigned by the Division Manager.
Job Locations CA-BC-Kamloops
Company Arrow Environmental
The Administrator’s principal role is to ensure the efficient, effective and accurate flow of project critical information throughout the organization’s various workflows. Primary focus will be on project-based administration tasks for all of the Division’s multiple ongoing projects. The Administrator ensures proper processes are followed and items are completed in Arrow’s various software applications on an ongoing basis and as per accounting cycle deadlines. The Administrator will also be responsible for reception, office management including scheduling tasks and general office duties.   Major Responsibilities  - Working with the Division Managers, assist with the monthly, quarterly and annual analysis, preparation and review of financial information and reconciliations, preparation of project status information and progress billings informing and tracking revenue and expense accruals - Code, total, batch, enter, verify and reconcile transactions such as accounts payable, receivable, payroll, purchase orders, invoices, petty cash transactions and bank statements in the appropriate computer systems.  - Manage and control of all AP/AR documents specific to each project workflow. Calculate, prepare and issue documents related to accounts such as bills, invoices, inventory reports, account statements, lease operator statements and other financial statements using computerized and manual systems.  - Implement and maintain invoicing procedures and controls to ensure accurate and appropriate feedstock inventory levels at all sites. - Accurately receive/ship orders and schedule/coordinate deliveries of feedstock, ensuring all shipments have proper documentation. - Ensure all Payroll and related paperwork is completed and filed appropriately whether internally or with 3rd parties. - When conducting oneself at the division and while reviewing employee and other paperwork, ensure full compliance with safety policy and procedures. When required bring potential safety compliance gaps to the attention of the Division Manager.  - Follow all workplace safety policies and compliance regulations participate in identifying hazards.  - Comply with all rules and regulations, protocols and established metrics.    - Prepare analysis and/or reports as required by division, internal and/or external customers.  - Ensure all HR/Hiring and related paperwork is completed and filed appropriately whether internally or with 3rd parties (i.e. required Teamsters paperwork where applicable).  - Ensure all files are organized and maintained and all office processes are streamlined for most efficient and effective operation.  - Order office supplies, service office equipment and arrange for servicing in the case of major repairs.  - Provide internal and external Customer Service excellence  - Perform clerical duties such as word processing, maintaining filing and record systems, faxing and photocopying.   - Process incoming and outgoing mail.  - Respond to telephone, in person or electronic enquiries or forward to appropriate person.  - Provide general information to clients and the public.  - May be asked to get involved in operations administration and lower level operating duties when required by Manager.  - Other duties as assigned by manager. 
Job Locations CA-BC
Company Arrowhead
As an Arrow Pipe Layer, your responsiblities will include:   - Performing the installation of pipe with the utmost standards in quality while keeping up with production targets.   - Manually, or with the use of equipment, placing pipe accurately and according to construction drawings.   - Placing manholes and catch basins when necessary.   - Properly connecting pipe lengths and seal joints.   - Performing daily site assessments, including identification of potential work site hazards.   - Manual labour, cleaning and preparing sites.   - Raking, shoveling, unloading trucks and maintenance tasks.  - Digging trenches and operating hand tools as directed.   - Cleaning debris and removing waste materials from sites.   - Work in adherence to all safe work practices, procedures, as well as all regulatory requirements.   - Other duties as assigned by supervisor/manager.  
Job Locations CA-AB
Company BioNorth Energy
  Reporting to and working closely with the General Manager Operations, the Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Coordinator’s primary role is to provide advice and support on all HSE matters to all employees in order to meet stringent internal policies and standards, legal responsibilities and to promote best practice.   This position monitors compliance with Health Safety and Environmental legislation and BioNorth Energy’s (BNE) policies and standards and reposts accordingly.   The HSE Coordinator also focuses on identifying, evaluating and controlling HSE impacts and risks and leads through exemplary behavior.   Major Responsibilities - Promotes a “zero incident” approach to HSE issues across the business internally and externally - Collaborates actively with internal stakeholders on all HSE files - Assists in setting HSE objectives. Develop and implement new initiatives and policies - Assists operational teams in achieving HSE objectives. Identify gaps in the management system and make recommendations for improvements - Identify existing or potential risks and implement corrective measures targeting prevention measures. - Conduct Site Hazard Assessments, Job Hazard Assessments, Field Level Hazard Assessments and site inspections and assist with the development of safety documentation such as SWPs, ERP and SOPs - Promote best practice and a pro-active approach. Assist in producing written safety procedures - Conduct compliance audits on site, submit recommendations, and ensure follow up of corrective actions - Conduct investigations of incidents and accidents and follow-up of corrective actions; update and draft any associated documents and procedures - Carry out HSE training needs analysis; implement and design training programs. This includes developing site-specific competencies for supervisors and operators and the provision of training in specialized areas. Train employees on the application of certain regulations and procedures related to the health, safety and environment at work (eg., confined space, fall protection, lockout, high-pressure, WHMIS, TDG, breathing apparatus, etc.) - Liaise with internal stakeholders, other OH&S professionals and regulatory authorities. - Ensure good communication and cooperation with corporate teams. - Develop and maintain site emergency and business continuity plans in conjunction with the GM and other plant management - Ensure that the environmental monitoring of the site is executed (groundwater, process water, storm water, air emissions, etc.) and is consistent - Manage environmental nonconformities (received by authorities) - Perform annual reporting requirements - Supervise hygiene campaigns annually - Monitor work sites regularly including during shutdown activities. - Work with the site teams to prepare and review safe work procedures for all operating and shutdown activities - Provide guidance to the plant’s health and safety committee - Ensure good communication with stakeholder representatives - Ensure the compliance of subcontractors and participate in their pre-qualification - Follow all workplace safety policies and compliance regulations and participate in identifying hazards - Provide internal and external Customer Service excellence - Other duties as assigned by Manager
Job Locations CA-BC-Fort St. James
Company BioNorth Energy
  Reporting to and working closely with the General Manager Operations, the Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Coordinator’s primary role is to provide advice and support on all HSE matters to all employees in order to meet stringent internal policies and standards, legal responsibilities and to promote best practice.   This position monitors compliance with Health Safety and Environmental legislation and BioNorth Energy’s (BNE) policies and standards and reposts accordingly.   The HSE Coordinator also focuses on identifying, evaluating and controlling HSE impacts and risks and leads through exemplary behavior.   Major Responsibilities - Promotes a “zero incident” approach to HSE issues across the business internally and externally - Collaborates actively with internal stakeholders on all HSE files - Assists in setting HSE objectives. Develop and implement new initiatives and policies - Assists operational teams in achieving HSE objectives. Identify gaps in the management system and make recommendations for improvements - Identify existing or potential risks and implement corrective measures targeting prevention measures. - Conduct Site Hazard Assessments, Job Hazard Assessments, Field Level Hazard Assessments and site inspections and assist with the development of safety documentation such as SWPs, ERP and SOPs - Promote best practice and a pro-active approach. Assist in producing written safety procedures - Conduct compliance audits on site, submit recommendations, and ensure follow up of corrective actions - Conduct investigations of incidents and accidents and follow-up of corrective actions; update and draft any associated documents and procedures - Carry out HSE training needs analysis; implement and design training programs. This includes developing site-specific competencies for supervisors and operators and the provision of training in specialized areas. Train employees on the application of certain regulations and procedures related to the health, safety and environment at work (eg., confined space, fall protection, lockout, high-pressure, WHMIS, TDG, breathing apparatus, etc.) - Liaise with internal stakeholders, other OH&S professionals and regulatory authorities. - Ensure good communication and cooperation with corporate teams. - Develop and maintain site emergency and business continuity plans in conjunction with the GM and other plant management - Ensure that the environmental monitoring of the site is executed (groundwater, process water, storm water, air emissions, etc.) and is consistent - Manage environmental nonconformities (received by authorities) - Perform annual reporting requirements - Supervise hygiene campaigns annually - Monitor work sites regularly including during shutdown activities. - Work with the site teams to prepare and review safe work procedures for all operating and shutdown activities - Provide guidance to the plant’s health and safety committee - Ensure good communication with stakeholder representatives - Ensure the compliance of subcontractors and participate in their pre-qualification - Follow all workplace safety policies and compliance regulations and participate in identifying hazards - Provide internal and external Customer Service excellence - Other duties as assigned by Manager
Job Locations CA-BC-Port Coquitlam
Company Arrow Reload
The Lead Hand Fuel Transloader is responsible for the safe and efficient transfer of product into or out of truck or railcars by use of specialized transload equipment. This individual is also responsible for accurate and verified shipping and receiving paperwork.The supervisor/manager/foreman instructs the Lead Hand regarding the daily plan.  The Lead Hand then works alongside the crew, directs their daily work, trouble shoots issues, problem solves and brings questions or concerns to the attention of the supervisor/manager/foreman.  The Lead Hand is assigned responsibility for the quality and quantity of work carried out by the team to which the Lead Hand is assigned.     As a Lead Hand Transloader, you will: - Work and report to the immediate supervisor to prioritize daily job requirements.   - Perform daily duties alongside crew.  - Inform crew of the daily plan.   - Report all incidents, problems or concerns with regards to technical, safety, labour, materials, equipment and process to the immediate supervisor.  - Maintain service quality.  - Load/unload materials consisting of a variety of liquid bulk products (fuel).   - Ability to operate or learn to operate and maintain railcar/transloading equipment (e.g. hoses, transfer pumps, portable stair systems, small to medium sized equipment, etc.).   - Load railcars with liquid bulk with mobile loading racks by removing tank domes, securing the loading equipment and hoses and operating the control panel.   - Understand how to properly sample and record the commodity for measurements and levels.   - Assist haulers fixing their equipment to ours, checking for leaks and operating their pump as necessary.   - Work in adherence to all safe work practices, procedures, as well as all regulatory requirements.   - Suggest changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency of yard, shop, department, or work crew.   - Other duties as assigned by supervisor/manager.  
Job Locations CA-BC-Prince George
Company Arrow Trucking
Under the direction of the Division Manager, the Transportation Coordinator’s primary role is to coordinate and oversee the routing and scheduling of our daily trucking services to meet customer requirements focusing on maximizing payload and productivity in a safe and effective manner.   - Assists with the planning, coordination and oversight of the routing and scheduling of drivers and achieve maximum truck utilization. - Assures compliance with time schedules applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations. - Ensures the drivers have the proper instructions to perform their duties safely and listens to all driver concerns and acts on them appropriately. - Ensures that schedules are carried out in an effective and efficient manner.  Coordinates the daily assignment of company and contracted resources to maximize equipment productivity and payload while maintaining a high level of customer service. - Manages the daily operations of the dispatch office. Makes necessary adjustments for road closures, overloads, lateness and related problems. Communicates regularly with the drivers to assist and manage implications caused by truck problems, lateness and accidents.  Communicates with the customer to report compliance to daily targets as well as course of action should deviation to plans occur.   - Communicates with the Primary customer to exchange information, coordinate activities and resolve issues, concerns and questions regarding trucking services, customer site and/or driver issues. - Follow all workplace safety policies and compliance regulations participate in identifying hazards - Comply with all rules and regulations, protocols and established metrics  - Continuously surveys the existing trucking program for safety and cost improvement opportunities and advises the manager of ways to improve current systems.  - Assists in the implementation of policy and process improvement. - Confers and coordinates with Operations Supervisor regarding repairs and preventative maintenance schedules and timelines. - Schedules and coordinates required driver training and orientation. - Responsible for collecting and reviewing driver paperwork and ensuring it is complete, accurate and timely. - Other duties as assigned by the Operations Supervisor and Division Manager.
Job Locations CA-BC-Vancouver
Company Arrow Corporate
  The Payroll Administrator’s role is to ensure the efficient, effective and accurate flow of financial information for multiple financial activities relating to company bi-weekly payroll functions (salary/non-union hourly and union hourly). This includes timely and accurate reporting of payroll data for Arrow Transportation Systems Inc. (ATSI) employees. Other responsibilities include overseeing the processing journal entry preparation, reconciliations, and various other accounting functions. The Payroll Administrator ensures processes are followed and items completed in ATSI’s various software applications on an ongoing basis and as per accounting cycle deadlines.  The Payroll Administrator will work with Finance and HR departments to ensure pay and personnel records are accurate and up to date. Integrity and strong attention to detail are crucial for this role.      Major Responsibilities  - Assist in the preparation and administration of payroll for all ATSI employees, while auditing payroll processing reports for accuracy.   - Ensure that all salaries are paid accurately and in a timely fashion to all ATSI employees, contractors, and other parties.   - Prepare journal entries and forms, such as records of employment, income tax forms, and remittances. Perform off-schedule payments, such as replacement cheques, termination pays, lump sum payments  - Resolve payroll discrepancies by collecting and analyzing information. Provide payroll information by answering questions and requests.  - Implement salary increases, bonuses, commissions, in accordance with instructions given.   - Maintain detailed records and documentation of payroll functions for audit purposes, in accordance with statutory requirements.   - Collaborate with the Finance and HR department to ensure pay and personnel records are accurate and up to date.   - Assist in the administration of employee programs (e.g. health benefits, stock option plans, etc.).  - Follow all workplace safety policies and compliance regulations participate in identifying hazards.  - Comply with all rules and regulations, protocols and established metrics.  - Prepare analysis and/or reports as required by manager.  - Ensure all paperwork is completed and filed appropriately whether internally or with 3rd parties (i.e. employee file paperwork where applicable).  - Ensure all files are organized and maintained and all office processes are streamlined for most efficient and effective operation.  - Maintains employee confidence and protects payroll operations by keeping information confidential.  - Assist others on the team to ensue successful payroll.  - Provide internal and external Customer Service excellence.  - Other duties as assigned by manager. 
Job Locations CA-BC-Kamloops
Company Arrow Reload
As an Arrow mechanic, you will perform skilled tasks in the mechanical repair and maintenance of tractors, trailers and mobile equipment.   - Provide routine maintenance on tractors, trailers and mobile equipment such as forklifts and loaders - Check all equipment for proper performance and inspect equipment to detect faults and malfunctions - Maintain safe working conditions and adhere to Occupational Health and Safety regulations - Perform mechanical repairs on equipment in the shop and road calls when required - Diagnose any faults or malfunctions using computerized and other testing equipment to determine extent of repair that is required. - Perform incidental welding repairs on equipment. - Operate automotive servicing equipment, e.g. A/C recycler, etc. - Maintain a working knowledge of changes in technology and repair techniques
Job Locations CA-BC-Kamloops
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow wood fibre driver, you are always close to home! Our drivers haul wood fibre locally in B train trailers. Wood fibre is mainly comprised of wood chips, but we also haul sawdust and hogfuel. You will travel on various highways in the Interior of BC (ie. Hwy 1 - Coquihala, Hwy 5, and Hwy 97).   - Oversee cargo handling and secure loads, including equipment preparation, application of safe practices, compliance with applicable Acts and Regulations. - Perform pre and post and en route trip inspections on equipment operated, ensuring safety, roadworthiness and regulatory compliance. - Comply with applicable legislation including safe operation, load securement, driver's hours of service, occupational health and safety, transportation of dangerous goods, and weights and dimensions. - Record, Maintain and Check all relevant paperwork (i.e. bill of lading,) and documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate. - Operate equipment such as truck cab computers, CB radios, and telephones to exchange necessary information with bases, supervisors, or other drivers. - Complete electronic logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status. - Ensure that all customers, co-workers and the public are dealt with professionally and with respect.
Job Locations CA-BC-New Westminster
Company Arrow Reload
As general labourer, you will: - Assist with general yard clean up/maintenance.   - Assist with cleaning of equipment, cutting steel banding for package securement, monitoring disposal of items, and railcar securement.   - Work in adherence to all safe work practices, procedures, as well as all regulatory requirements.   - Suggest changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency of yard, shop, department, or work crew.   - Other duties as assigned by supervisor/manager.  
Job Locations CA-BC-Richmond
Company Arrow Marine
As general labourer, you will assist with vessel drydocking, shipyard maintenance, cleaning of equipment, and other general labour duties.   Major resposibilities include: - Dock and undock vessel (Drydocking ground crew).   - Keep shipyard, work stalls and equipment neat and organized.   - Maintain equipment (ie. wash and paint equipment).   - Follow proper procedures for tools maintenance testing and repairs.   - Work in adherence to all safe work practices, procedures, as well as all regulatory requirements.   - Suggest changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency of yard, shop, department, or work crew.   - Other duties as assigned by supervisor/manager.  
Job Locations CA-BC-Kamloops
Company Arrow Trucking
Under the direction of the Division Manager, the Transportation Coordinator’s primary role is to coordinate and oversee the routing and scheduling of our daily trucking services to meet customer requirements focusing on maximizing payload and productivity in a safe and effective manner.   - Assists with the planning, coordination and oversight of the routing and scheduling of drivers and achieve maximum truck utilization. - Assures compliance with time schedules applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations. - Ensures the drivers have the proper instructions to perform their duties safely and listens to all driver concerns and acts on them appropriately. - Ensures that schedules are carried out in an effective and efficient manner.  Coordinates the daily assignment of company and contracted resources to maximize equipment productivity and payload while maintaining a high level of customer service. - Manages the daily operations of the dispatch office. Makes necessary adjustments for road closures, overloads, lateness and related problems. Communicates regularly with the drivers to assist and manage implications caused by truck problems, lateness and accidents.  Communicates with the customer to report compliance to daily targets as well as course of action should deviation to plans occur.   - Communicates with the Primary customer to exchange information, coordinate activities and resolve issues, concerns and questions regarding trucking services, customer site and/or driver issues. - Follow all workplace safety policies and compliance regulations participate in identifying hazards - Comply with all rules and regulations, protocols and established metrics  - Continuously surveys the existing trucking program for safety and cost improvement opportunities and advises the manager of ways to improve current systems.  - Assists in the implementation of policy and process improvement. - Confers and coordinates with Operations Supervisor regarding repairs and preventative maintenance schedules and timelines. - Schedules and coordinates required driver training and orientation. - Responsible for collecting and reviewing driver paperwork and ensuring it is complete, accurate and timely. - Other duties as assigned by the Operations Supervisor and Division Manager.
Job Locations CA-BC-Kamloops
Company Arrow Trucking
This Office Administrator’s principal role is to ensure the efficient, effective and accurate flow of financial information (accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll) for the division.  The Administrator ensures processes are followed and items completed in Arrow’s various software applications on an ongoing basis and as per accounting cycle deadlines. The Administrator will also be responsible for reception, office management and general office duties.    Major Responsibilities  - Code, total, batch, enter, verify and reconcile transactions such as accounts payable, receivable, payroll, purchase orders, invoices, petty cash transactions and bank statements in the appropriate computer systems.  - Calculate, prepare and issue documents related to accounts such as bills, invoices, inventory reports, account statements, lease operator statements and other financial statements using computerized and manual systems.  - When conducting oneself at the division and while reviewing employee and other paperwork, ensure full compliance with safety policy and procedures. When required bring potential safety compliance gaps to the attention of the Division Manager.  - Follow all workplace safety policies and compliance regulations participate in identifying hazards  - Comply with all rules and regulations, protocols and established metrics    - Prepare analysis and/or reports as required by division, internal and/or external customers.  - Ensure all HR/Hiring and related paperwork is completed and filed appropriately whether internally or with 3rd parties (i.e. required Teamsters paperwork where applicable).  - Ensure all files are organized and maintained and all office processes are streamlined for most efficient and effective operation.  - Order office supplies, service office equipment and arrange for servicing in the case of major repairs.  - Provide internal and external Customer Service excellence  - Perform clerical duties such as word processing, maintaining filing and record systems, faxing and photocopying.   - Process incoming and outgoing mail.  - Respond to telephone, in person or electronic enquiries or forward to appropriate person.  - Provide general information to clients and the public.  - May be asked to get involved in operations administration and lower level operating duties when required by Manager.  - Other duties as assigned by manager.   
Job Locations CA-Williams Lake
Company Arrow Trucking
As an Arrow wood fibre driver, you are always close to home! Our drivers haul wood fibre locally in B train trailers. Wood fibre is mainly comprised of wood chips, but we also haul sawdust and hogfuel. You will travel on various highways in the Interior of BC (ie. Hwy 1 - Coquihala, Hwy 5, and Hwy 97).   - Oversee cargo handling and secure loads, including equipment preparation, application of safe practices, compliance with applicable Acts and Regulations. - Perform pre and post and en route trip inspections on equipment operated, ensuring safety, roadworthiness and regulatory compliance. - Comply with applicable legislation including safe operation, load securement, driver's hours of service, occupational health and safety, transportation of dangerous goods, and weights and dimensions. - Record, Maintain and Check all relevant paperwork (i.e. bill of lading,) and documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate. - Operate equipment such as truck cab computers, CB radios, and telephones to exchange necessary information with bases, supervisors, or other drivers. - Complete electronic logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status. - Ensure that all customers, co-workers and the public are dealt with professionally and with respect.
Job Locations CA-BC | CA-BC-Richmond
Company Arrow Marine
As an Marine Millwright, you are required to remove and replace engines, mechanical systems, and fluid systems of commercial vessels. You will have the ability to perform a TCI/CSI (Re/Re prop, shaft, cutlass bearings, packing, dripless seals, various measurements and through hulls and valves) on commercial vessels. You will be able to take readings of shafts, rudder stocks and identify corrosion areas or wear on these parts.   - Remove and replace engines, mechanical systems, and fluid systems of commercial vessels - Perform a TCI/CSI on commercial vessels - Install new and added-on equipment - Repair cooling, and lubrication systems - Clean, lubricate and perform other maintenance work - Keep detailed and accurate maintenance reports and documentation - Maintain a working knowledge of changes in technology and repair techniques - Work in adherence to all safe work practices, procedures, as well as all regulatory requirements - Demonstrate continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service - Other duties as assigned by supervisor/manager Other information: - Location: 1160 Mitchel Road, Building E Richmond, BC  V6V1T7 - Shift: Monday-Friday 7:30pm-4:00pm with opportunities for OT - Language: English - Company Name:  Arrow Marine Services Ltd. - Title of Position:  Marine Millwright
Job Locations CA-BC | CA-BC-Kamloops
Company Streamline
Reporting to the Vice President of Operations, the Senior Embedded Developer is responsible for engineering design and development activities. As an experienced embedded developer, you will share your knowledge with junior developers accelerating their learning curve and drive continuous improvements.   Major responsibilites include: - Design and develop embedded software with minimal supervision.   - maintaining and extending our current solution by designing, implementing, and testing C code for our VGM.   - work closely with other developers, engineers, and technical teams in determining the architecture and constraints of projects.   - Write unit tests and perform integration and system-level testing in both real and simulated vehicles, to demonstrate that new features meet design requirements.   - Conduct comprehensive testing and code reviews to ensure that industry coding standards are followed.   - Debug firmware issues and identify areas for code improvements.   - Keep up-to-date documentation for all areas of responsibility.   - Understand and remain current with the various industry standards (SAE, ISO) and regulatory standards (CMVSS/FMVSS, FCC, IC) affecting automotive ECU designs.  
Job Locations CA-BC-Chilliwack
Company Arrow Trucking
As a professional driver working for Arrow Transportation Systems Inc based at the Chilliwack Mining Branch you will have the opportunity to haul B train trailers and operate various equipment from tandem to tri drive trucks. We haul materials such as ore, bio-solids, road salt and soils. We offer home every night, as well as home at the end of every week options. Our various shift schedules offer a level of flexibility to work with your life style. If you are looking to start a career with a reliable, long standing and stable transportation company Arrow Transportation Systems Inc and the Chilliwack Mining Branch may just be the right fit for you.  Apply to join our team where you as the professional driver are respected and appreciated.      - Oversee cargo handling and secure loads, including equipment preparation, application of safe practices, compliance with applicable Acts and Regulations. - Perform pre and post and en route trip inspections on equipment operated, ensuring safety, roadworthiness and regulatory compliance. - Comply with applicable legislation including safe operation, load securement, driver's hours of service, occupational health and safety, transportation of dangerous goods, and weights and dimensions. - Record, Maintain and Check all relevant paperwork (i.e. bill of lading,) and documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate. - Operate equipment such as truck cab computers, CB radios, and telephones to exchange necessary information with bases, supervisors, or other drivers. - Complete electronic logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status. - Ensure that all customers, co-workers and the public are dealt with professionally and with respect.