Employer: Valley Transportation, 369 Clarke Street, Clarksburg, ON N0H 1J0
Annual salary increase per CPI
Performance-based bonus available for safety possible after probation and then reviewed every three months. Calculated on mileage for no complaints, incidents, or violations.
Eligible after probation, company will pay 25% of extended medical after 1-2 years of employment and 50% after 5 years.
RRSP Contribution company match program
Cell Phone Compensation
After 10 months of employment with us: Disability benefits, Dental benefits, Group insurance benefits, Vision care benefits.
Crane unit sleeper equipped but in case of a breakdown, then lodgings provided.
$45 per diem for meals
One-time relocation (belongings and own transportation) costs up to $5,000.
- Organize and oversee on-road operations. Provide back up when requested by superiors to justify costs of routing.
- Carry out company safety protocol and ensure policy and procedure manual is abided by. Ensure and oversee compliance related matters.
- Ensure maintenance appointments are met and adhered to the intended schedule set out by the director of maintenance. Approve purchases and provide purchase order numbers for minor on road repairs.
- Review performance, deliveries, and projects within specified regions.
- Carry out pre-hire procedures and take part in recruitment and initial training of new employees
- Coordinate deliveries requested by customer's in your region and ensure on-time, safe and efficient manner. Work with your administrator to complete border crossing paperwork.
- Review paperwork, proof of deliveries, and upload to load docks for billing and payroll
- Develop traffic and carry out delivery plans based on hours of service and jurisdictional permit requirements. Advise superiors of compliance-related issues.
- Able to execute duties in varying terrain, in rural and urban areas, including logging sites, docks, industrial plants, mines, construction sites, railway yards
- Operate climbing crane, overhead crane, hydraulic or telescoping boom to load/unload logs and other materials
- Perform minor maintenance, clean and lubricate cranes, as well as minor repairs before, during, and after operation, as needed.
- The operator must complete a daily inspection of their unit and keep record copies of the paperwork
- The operator is required to report maintenance issues found on his inspection prior to crane usage
- The operator must be sure to operate the crane with safe work practices of the SOP Handbook
- The operator must confirm to all Book 7, local traffic laws, applicable permits and National Safety Code during deliveries and travel
- The operator must wear Personal Protective Equipment at all times while outside the cab
- The operator must communicate with their regional office before 9 am every day and communicate as required by phone or other devices, such as computers.
- If the operator feels unsafe at any time; he or she must contact their foreman.
- must have own steel-toed safety boots and tools
- must have own cell phone for communication and safety purposes
- must complete probationary period without accident or incident in a tandem unit
- operate long-combination and straight body trucks that are more than 4500 kg and can transport logs and other materials over long distances
- operate truck over long and short distances
- plan trip logistics and comply with transportation documents and permits required in each jurisdiction in which executing duties
- safely secure and move logs and other cargo
- Prepare bills of lading and maintain travel logs for cargo, service hours, distance and fuel
- Secondary school completion
- Safety Certificates in Variety of Subjects (H2S, First Aid, ERailsafe, Hours of Service, Human Factors, Oversize Loads, Off-Highway/Reduced Visibility, Wired Environment, D&A Awareness Course, Mountain Driving
- Operational knowledge of equipment
- Minimum 3 Year Operations experience with preference given to those who have this experience in the same field of work.
- Crane/Hiab/Loader Operational experience
- At least two years of truck driver experience
Class 1 or Equivalent Canadian Driver’s License and air brake endorsement
Skills & Ability
Mechanical/Maintenance Scheduling Understanding
Operational Knowledge of Equipment
Software (Proficient in Excel, Word, PC Miler, Translogic, Online Courses)
Must be eligible to travel to and execute duties in Canada and the US. Travel Component is estimated but not limited to 85% annually
Work under pressure
Random drug and alcohol testing required because US and Canadian carrier
Valid passport (for travel to US)
Own ability to get to and from work
No criminal record
Entrance evaluations completed upon review of resumes
Must be eligible to travel to and execute duties in Canada and the US.
Ability to carry out all duties
Combination of standing, walking, sitting, bending, crouching, kneeling. Noisy at times. Must be able to lift at least 50 kg. Work in varying terrain in rural and urban areas.
Language: Proficient in writing and speaking English language
- To Be Included in Application
- Copy of License and Abstract (within 3 months)
- Copy of Travel Documents/Passport
- Safety/Training Certificates
3 References to Confirm Work Related Experience
- Entrance evaluations completed upon review of resumes
- Applicants will not be considered if:
- Incomplete application
- Not available after 1st attempt to contact
- Applicant is not proficient in English
- Does not possess required Canadian driver’s license class 1 or equivalent
- No related work experience
- Safety Related Incidents
Application methods: Apply to the attention of Sean by
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org