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Fuel Driver (Class 1)

Job Summary:

Operating from our Fort McKay main shop, this position involves the safe operation of tridom or B-train tankers.  Operators should be mechanically inclined and physically fit to work in all kinds of weather. Preference shall be given to candidates with previous fuel hauling experience and valid CPPI/CFA accreditation.

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Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator

Job Summary:

Operating from our Fort McKay waste water treatment plant, this position involves the operation and maintenance of our waste water treatment plant.  For consideration, applicants must have a min Level 1 or higher Operator Certificate for Waste Water Treatment (Alberta).  Applicants must have the ability to work independently and act in a proactive manner for plant maintenance and troubleshooting.

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Site Manager – Industrial Cleaning Services

Job Summary:

The Site Manager is accountable for the overall business performance of the work carried out on site to meet the expectations of the client and the strategic direction of the company.  This is achieved by coordinating and monitoring the execution of business processes to ensure productive work and work execution.  This requires monitoring of internal processes and coaching of staff under your direction to achieve consistent application of corporate policies and procedures.

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Waste Water & Potable Water Treatment Plant Operator

Job Summary:

Operating from our Clients remote waste water treatment plant, this position involves the operation and maintenance of our waste water and potable water treatment plant.  For consideration, applicants must have a minimum Level 2 or higher Operator Certificate for Waste Water Treatment (Alberta) and level 1 for potable water treatment plant operator.  Applicants must have the ability to work independently and act in a proactive manner for plant maintenance and troubleshooting.

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Dispatcher

Job Summary:

The Dispatcher is responsible to receive and coordinate all orders in the most efficient use of equipment and manpower to best serve our customers.  Orders shall be received and coordinated through phone, text and email.  The person in this position shall possess above average organization skills and be able to work in a fast paced environment. This position will include daily interaction with other team members and customers to achieve the highest productivity.

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High Pressure Truck Operator (10,000 PSI)

Job Summary:

Operating from our clients remote site this position involves the safe operation of a high-pressure (10,000 PSI) truck for washing of heavy equipment and various industrial related projects throughout the site. Operators should be mechanically inclined and physically fit to work in all kinds of weather.

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Heavy Duty Mechanic (Journeyman)

Job Summary:

Operating from our Fort McKay main shop, this position involves shop and field repairs to our fleet of heavy duty highway trucks.  Candidates shall have knowledge on all aspects of heavy spec trucks with preference given to those that possess experience with water, vac, high pressure and flusher units.

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Steam Truck Operator-Syncrude

Job Summary:

Operating from Syncrude, this position involves the safe operation of a Steam Truck for washing of heavy equipment and various industrial related projects. Operators should be mechanically inclined and physically fit to work in all kinds of weather. Preference will be given to candidates with previous experience in the operation of high pressure steam trucks.

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Fuel Driver (Class 1)

Job Summary:

Operating from our Fort McKay main shop, this position involves the safe operation of tridom or B-train tankers.  Operators should be mechanically inclined and physically fit to work in all kinds of weather.  Preference shall be given to candidates with previous fuel hauling experience and valid CPPI/CFA accreditation.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Operate tandem or tri-dive tractors with tridom or b-train tankers
  • Must be physically able to perform tasks in all weather
  • Completion of daily documentation including but not limited to paper or electronic log books, customer work orders, field level risk assessment, pre/post trip inspections
  • Follow instructions for tasks assigned by Dispatch or Supervisor
  • Complete daily housekeeping of assigned truck to ensure maintenance of company image
  • Attend daily tool box and safety meetings as scheduled and adhere to corporate and site safety regulations and procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Possess a valid Class 1 operator’s license with clean driver’s abstract
  • Minimum 3 years fuel hauling experience (must include operation of 18 speed manual class 1 equipment)
  • Previous (or related) experience operating fuel trucks
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills
  • TDG, OSSA (or OSSA BSO) and CSTS certification
  • Must successfully pass BME driver’s evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening

Compensation and Schedule:

  • Competitive Market Rates according to experience
  • 14 days on and 7 days off shift rotation

Additional Incentives:

  • Housing available for out of town candidates
  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • LOA (eligible after 90 days) for local candidates
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)

Submission:

Applications for this position to be received by email only with submission of resume to HR@bmel.ca

We thank you for your interest in Birch Mountain and remind all candidates that only successful applicants will be contacted.

For more information about Birch Mountain Enterprises, visit www.bmel.ca

Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator

Job Summary:

Operating from our Fort McKay waste water treatment plant, this position involves the operation and maintenance of our waste water treatment plant.  For consideration, applicants must have a min Level 1 or higher Operator Certificate for Waste Water Treatment (Alberta).  Applicants must have the ability to work independently and act in a proactive manner for plant maintenance and troubleshooting.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Ensure efficient operation of Waste Water Treatment plant facility
  • Repair or replace defective parts, components and systems as needed
  • Complete daily preventive maintenance and daily reporting according to corporate, provincial and federal guidelines
  • Collect samples and complete minor material tests to ensure plant operation
  • Interpret lab results to identify inefficiencies and adjust dosage to correct plant output
  • Focus on safety practices and policies to ensure safety of customers, contractors and employees
  • Repair PVC, ABS and metal piping
  • Receive, handle and dispense chemicals
  • Completion of repair documentation including but not limited to work order, field level risk assessment, and hazard identification
  • Complete daily housekeeping to ensure maintenance of company image
  • Lead daily tool box and safety meetings as scheduled and adhere to corporate and site safety regulations and procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Must possess a min Level 1 or higher Operator Certificate for Waste Water Treatment (Alberta)
  • Possess valid driver’s license (min class 5) with clean abstract
  • Be knowledgeable in all aspects of waste water treatment plant operation including, but not limited to hydraulic, electronic, pumps, piping and computer diagnosis
  • Previous or related experience with waste water treatment plant operation
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills
  • Must successfully pass BME pre-employment evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening

Additional Incentives:

  • Housing may be available for out of town candidates
  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • LOA (eligible after 90 days) for local candidates
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)

Submission:

Applications for this position to be received by email only with submission of resume to HR@bmel.ca

We thank you for your interest in Birch Mountain and remind all candidates that only successful applicants will be contacted.

For more information about Birch Mountain Enterprises, visit www.bmel.ca

Site Manager – Industrial Cleaning Services

Job Summary:

The Site Manager is accountable for the overall business performance of the work carried out on site to meet the expectations of the client and the strategic direction of the company.  This is achieved by coordinating and monitoring the execution of business processes to ensure productive work and work execution.  This requires monitoring of internal processes and coaching of staff under your direction to achieve consistent application of corporate policies and procedures.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for contract administration at the site level through understanding and adherence to contract terms and conditions.
  • Ensures employees understand and adhere to BME and Client policies and procedures.
  • Ensure customers needs are met which involve frequent contact with client representatives to understand their individual needs and to ensure we are meeting their expectations for safety, quality, cost and schedule.
  • Handling day to day issues with client’s counterparts.
  • Input to decisions that will better our programs and leading an ongoing continuous improvement process.
  • Monitor safety, costs, production and quality internal to BME company business.
  • Provide strong field leadership.
  • Ensure that all required resources are available to address the needs set out in the contract
  • In collaboration with the operations manager, ensure objectives and goals of the 3rd party subcontractor contracts are maintained.
  • Ensure that subcontractor mobilization/demonization is a well understood and consistent process.
  • Liaison with customer representatives both directly and via various centers of excellence.
  • Ensure that two-way evaluation process is completed, and the information is utilized for continuous improvement.

Qualifications:

  • Accuracy and timelines of invoicing, payroll, and accounts payable is a must
  • Excellent customer relations
  • Reasonable technical knowledge related to BME core services
  • Industrial cleaning service experience
  • Minimum 5 years of site experience in supervisory capacity
  • Leadership and Negotiations skills
  • Interpersonal Skills, facilitation and planning skills
  • Knowledge of contract structure
  • In-depth knowledge of OH&S Act and Regulations, Alberta Labour Standards, WCB Act & Regulations and the Birch Mountain Enterprises safety programs
  • Knowledge of work planning and scheduling functions
  • Administration experience
  • Contract law is an asset
  • Knowledge of maintenance contracting and turnaround requirements

Compensation Range:

  • Competitive market rates according to experience

Additional Incentives:

  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • LOA (eligible after 90 days)
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)

Submission:

Applications for this position to be received by email only with submission of resume to HR@bmel.ca

We thank you for your interest in Birch Mountain and remind all candidates that only successful applicants will be contacted.

Waste Water & Potable Water Treatment Plant Operator

Job Summary:

Operating from our Clients remote waste water treatment plant, this position involves the operation and maintenance of our waste water and potable water treatment plant.  For consideration, applicants must have a minimum Level 2 or higher Operator Certificate for Waste Water Treatment (Alberta) and level 1 for potable water treatment plant operator.  Applicants must have the ability to work independently and act in a proactive manner for plant maintenance and troubleshooting.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • all aspects of the operation of Wastewater Treatment Plant; monitor and optimize plant operation to ensure compliance with effluent discharge standards; sampling of various streams and effluents.
  • all aspects of the operation of Potable Water Plant; monitor and optimize plant operation to ensure compliance with Canadian Drinking Water requirements.
  • Performing and interpreting laboratory analysis for wastewater treatment quality monitoring and ensuring compliance with our operating license.
  • Performing and interpreting laboratory analysis for Potable Water Plant quality monitoring and ensuring compliance with our operating license.
  • Daily input of data to maintain equipment and instrumentation, performing routine maintenance and calibration as required; preparing chemicals required for the different analyses and for the chemicals use at the Wastewater Treatment Plant and Potable Water Treatment Plant
  • Coordination of any subcontracted repair trades personnel.
  • Develop, implement and perform preventive maintenance program.
  • Maintain inventory of repair parts for equipment and order as needed.
  • On call duties and other duties as outlined by the Operations Supervisor

Qualifications:

  • Minimum Certification: Current Level II Water & Wastewater Operator Certification or completion of the Water and Wastewater Treatment Technician program plus experience or equivalent years of industrial WWTP operation; experience with Industrial Wastewater Treatment is required
  • Minimum Certification: Current Level I Potable Water Systems
  • Minimum 3 years previous or related experience with waste water/potable water treatment plant operation and collection/distribution.
  • Possess valid driver’s license (min class 5) with clean abstract
  • Ability to pass a criminal record check; background screening and professional reference checks will be required
  • Must be self motived and able to work safely in a work-alone environment
  • Must be proficient in developing and completing daily testing and reports for plant operations and documentation control
  • Must have above average problem-solving and decision-making skills
  • Must be able to communicate with various team members to ensure facilities are operating according to requirements
  • Must have computer skills – Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills
  • Must successfully pass BME pre-employment evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening

Additional Incentives:

  • Camp accommodation is provided
  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)

This position offers a competitive salary that includes travel, camp accommodation and benefits package.

Submission:

Applications for this position to be received by email only with submission of resume to HR@bmel.ca

We thank you for your interest in Birch Mountain and remind all candidates that only successful applicants will be contacted.

For more information about Birch Mountain Enterprises, visit www.bmel.ca

Steam Truck Operator-Syncrude

Job Summary:

Operating from Syncrude, this position involves the safe operation of a Steam Truck for washing of heavy equipment and various industrial related projects. Operators should be mechanically inclined and physically fit to work in all kinds of weather. Preference will be given to candidates with previous experience in the operation of high pressure steam trucks.

Qualifications:

  • Must have class 5 with Q endorsement minimum
  • Shift – 6 on, 6 off – working days and nights. 11.5 hrs./day
  • Looking for local as its at Syncrude site.
  • Bussing is provided.
  • Experience in the oilfield
  • 3 years steaming experience
  • Clear written and verbal communication skills
  • CSTS and OSSA or BSO required

Submission:

Applications for this position to be received by email only with submission of resume to HR@bmel.ca

We thank you for your interest in Birch Mountain and remind all candidates that only successful applicants will be contacted.

Heavy Duty Mechanic (Journeyman) Fort McMurray

Job Summary:

Operating from our Fort McKay main shop, this position involves shop and field repairs to our fleet of heavy duty highway trucks. Candidates shall have knowledge on all aspects of heavy spec trucks with preference given to those that possess experience with water, vac, high pressure and flusher units.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Repair or replace defective parts, components or systems
  • Install new or replacement parts according to manufacturer and/or truck specification
  • Test repaired equipment for proper performance and to ensure work completed meets manufacturers’ specification and AB Transportation regulations
  • Completion of repair documentation including but not limited to work order, field level risk assessment, and hazard identification
  • Follow instructions for tasks assigned by shop supervisor
  • Complete daily housekeeping of assigned area or service vehicle to ensure maintenance of company image
  • Attend daily tool box and safety meetings as scheduled and adhere to corporate and site safety regulations and procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Must be certified as a Journeyman Heavy Equipment Technician (min 3 years heavy truck experience)
  • Possess valid driver’s license (min class 5) with clean abstract
  • Be knowledgeable in all aspects of heavy truck repair including, but not limited to hydraulic, electronic, suspension and computer diagnosis
  • Previous or related experience with water, vac and steam trucks preferred
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills
  • OSSA (or OSSA BSO) and CSTS certification
  • Must successfully pass BME pre-employment evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening

Additional Incentives:

  • Housing available for out of town candidates
  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • LOA (eligible after 90 days) for local candidates
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)

Submission:

Applications for this position to be received by email only with submission of resume to HR@bmel.ca

We thank you for your interest in Birch Mountain and remind all candidates that only successful applicants will be contacted.

Dispatcher

Job Summary:

The Dispatcher is responsible to receive and coordinate all orders in the most efficient use of equipment and manpower to best serve our customers.  Orders shall be received and coordinated through phone, text and email.  The person in this position shall possess above average organization skills and be able to work in a fast paced environment. This position will include daily interaction with other team members and customers to achieve the highest productivity.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Receive, plan and schedule customer orders
  • Monitor assigned personnel through GPS tracking
  • Ensure the proper implementation of company safety programs and policies
  • Communicate with site managers to foresee best use of equipment by order requirements
  • Coordinate and organize orders to meet contracts
  • Ensure client satisfaction remains high through regular direct interface
  • Maintain equipment and operator identification and credentials in GPS tracking system
  • Communicate fleet concerns with supervision and maintenance management
  • Identify new technologiesand alternative methods of efficiency

Qualifications:

  • Previous experience in transportation and oil and gas industry
  • Minimum 3 years dispatch experience in transportation field
  • Above average computer and organizational skills
  • Min grade 12 diploma
  • Successfully pass BME driver’s evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening
  • Experience in client and employee relations
  • High degree of knowledge related to oilsands services sector

 

Compensation and Schedule:

  • Competitive Market Rates according to experience
  • 14 /7 or 5/2 shift rotation

Additional Incentives:

  • Housing may be available for out of town candidates
  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)

Submission:

Applications for this position to be received by email only with submission of resume to HR@bmel.ca

We thank you for your interest in Birch Mountain and remind all candidates that only successful applicants will be contacted.

For more information about Birch Mountain Enterprises, visit www.bmel.ca

High Pressure Truck Operator (10,000 PSI)

Job Summary:

Operating from our clients remote site this position involves the safe operation of a high-pressure (10,000 PSI) truck for washing of heavy equipment and various industrial related projects throughout the site. Operators should be mechanically inclined and physically fit to work in all kinds of weather.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Completion of daily documentation including but not limited to paper or electronic log books, customer work orders, field level risk assessment, Job safety analysis, pre/post trip inspections
  • Follow instructions for tasks assigned by Dispatch or Supervisor
  • Complete daily housekeeping of assigned truck to ensure maintenance of company image
  • Attend daily tool box and safety meetings as scheduled and adhere to corporate and site safety regulations and procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Possess a valid Class 3 operator’s license with clean driver’s abstract
  • Minimum 3 years experience operating high pressure truck
  • Oilfield experience
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills
  • CSTS, First Aid and H2S Alive certification
  • Must successfully pass BME driver’s evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening

Compensation and Schedule:

  • Competitive Market Rates according to experience
  • 10 days on and 10 days off shift rotation

Additional Incentives:

  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)
  • Camp provided by client
  • Flights to and from Edmonton or Calgary provided by client

Submission:

Applications for this position to be received by email only with submission of resume to HR@bmel.ca

We thank you for your interest in Birch Mountain and remind all candidates that only successful applicants will be contacted.

For more information about Birch Mountain Enterprises, visit www.bmel.ca

Heavy Duty Mechanic (Journeyman)

Job Summary:

Operating from our Fort McKay main shop, this position involves shop and field repairs to our fleet of heavy duty highway trucks.  Candidates shall have knowledge on all aspects of heavy spec trucks with preference given to those that possess experience with water, vac, high pressure and flusher units.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Repair or replace defective parts, components or systems
  • Install new or replacement parts according to manufacturer and/or truck specification
  • Test repaired equipment for proper performance and to ensure work completed meets manufacturers’ specification and AB Transportation regulations
  • Completion of repair documentation including but not limited to work order, field level risk assessment, and hazard identification
  • Follow instructions for tasks assigned by shop supervisor
  • Complete daily housekeeping of assigned area or service vehicle to ensure maintenance of company image
  • Attend daily tool box and safety meetings as scheduled and adhere to corporate and site safety regulations and procedures.

 

Qualifications:

  • Must be certified as a Journeyman Heavy Equipment Technician (min 3 years heavy truck experience)
  • Possess valid driver’s license (min class 5) with clean abstract
  • Be knowledgeable in all aspects of heavy truck repair including, but not limited to hydraulic, electronic, suspension and computer diagnosis
  • Previous or related experience with water, vac and steam trucks preferred
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills
  • OSSA (or OSSA BSO) and CSTS certification
  • Must successfully pass BME pre-employment evaluation, D&A and fit for duty pre-employment screening

 

Additional Incentives:

  • Housing available for out of town candidates
  • Company Health Benefits (eligible after 90 days)
  • LOA (eligible after 90 days) for local candidates
  • Group Retirements Savings Plan (RSP) (eligible after 180 days)

Submission:

Applications for this position to be received by email only with submission of resume to HR@bmel.ca

We thank you for your interest in Birch Mountain and remind all candidates that only successful applicants will be contacted.

For more information about Birch Mountain Enterprises, visit www.bmel.ca