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Mar 18, 2020
$34.00 - $36.00 hourly
Working Hours: Full-time Monday to Friday (overtime and weekends required) Compensation: $34 to $36 per hour (based on experience) plus a benefits package including extended health, dental and vision coverage Starting Date: ASAP; relocation assistance will be provided to the successful candidate Who We Are: Canadian Fishing Company (Canfisco) is a fully integrated seafood processing company with headquarters in Vancouver, BC. Since 1906 Canfisco has been harvesting, processing and marketing sustainable seafood from the coastal waters of British Columbia and Alaska. What you bring to the table: Essential to our requirements are a BC or Interprovincial 4th Class Power Engineering Certificate (minimum requirement). Please attach a photo or scanned copy of your certifications for this role. The Role: As a 4th class Power Engineer (minimum requirement), you will operate and maintain a NorthStar Ice making system including 2x 300 HP ammonia screw compressors, 6x Model 60 NorthStar ice makers, 2 Freon ice bin chilling units and an automated ice rake delivery system that includes various augers, a rotary valve and pneumatic delivery system. The job also includes operating the ice delivery system as required. Additional maintenance will include work on ramps, floats, fish processing equipment, water fish pumps, water lines and associated fish processing plant equipment. You will be required to work overtime and weekends as needed. Vacation time will be approved for off-season (late fall/winter) months. Responsibilities: • Operate, inspect, troubleshoot and maintain ammonia refrigeration system and ice bin, compressed air supply, water supply, etc. • Install, maintain and/or repair machines, equipment, mechanical systems, buildings and other structures. • Inspect and examine machinery and equipment to detect irregularities and malfunctions, performing repair tasks quickly and precisely, to ensure safe and efficient operations keeping downtime to a minimum. • Adhere to preventative maintenance programs. • Maintain inventory of equipment, supplies and materials. • Perform other related duties incidental to the work described. Requirements: • 4th class Power Engineer certificate (minimum requirement). • 1+ years recent related experience. • Trades certificate is an asset. • Experience with ammonia refrigeration systems an asset. • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. • Be willing to learn electrical, hydraulic and mechanical systems. • Ability to work safely and efficiently; knowledge of safety regulations and practices using lock out/tag out procedures. • Must be available for all hours of operation including overtime and weekend work as needed. • Strength and agility necessary for lifting and climbing. • Ability to follow verbal and written instructions. • Ability to work in various temperatures and environments. • Ability to develop and sustain cooperative working relationships with co-workers, contractors and company management. • Strong background in systems diagnostics and repair with the ability to anticipate, troubleshoot and solve problems. • Organized in approach to work assignments, practices effective time management, and prioritizes tasks. Note: Prior to being hired the successful applicant will be asked to visit the plant (at the Company’s expense) for an evaluation of their knowledge and to ensure they are comfortable with both Prince Rupert and the job offered. If you think you have the skills and qualifications necessary for this position, apply today at We are excited to meet you! We thank all those who apply, however only candidates selected for interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.
Canadian Fishing Company Full time
Mar 11, 2020
Hours of Work: Monday – Friday (6:30am – 3:00pm) Come join the Delta Pacific Seafoods team! – We are the largest fresh, frozen and value-added seafood operation in British Columbia, specializing in high-quality custom seafood processing, value-added and cold storage services. Reporting to the QA Manager, and working as part of the management team, the Quality Control Supervisor provides leadership and expert guidance to a small team of QC technicians. In this position you will work closely with the facility’s Operations team and the Corporate QA team to manage all aspects of quality (inspection, monitoring, sampling and testing) ensuring the Company’s food safety policies and product quality standards are being met. The ideal candidate will have a Food Science background, thorough technical knowledge of food safety programs, QC experience in the food processing industry and experience leading a small team. Responsibilities • Monitor all aspects of fish processing activities to ensure compliance with the Company’s Quality Management Plan (QMP), regulatory and customer/buyers’ requirements. • Conduct quality control of raw materials, packaging components, labels, and finished products to ensure compliance with established specifications and regulatory standards. • Train and supervise a small team of QC Technicians. • Monitor and verify food safety programs and facility practices. • Make appropriate decisions on the plant floor. • Analyze QC data and prepare reports for management. • Participate in CFIA audits and liaise with inspectors, third party auditors (BRC) and customers. • Keep the company's HACCP plan up to date and recommend improvements to standard operating procedures as needed. • Order supplies and materials for the QC department. • Support the work of the Corporate QA team on special projects. • Other related projects and tasks assigned by the QA Manager. Skills and Qualifications • Post-secondary education in Food Science (minimum two years technical training is required). • Minimum 3 - 5 years of experience in a quality control position in a Food Processing plant. • 2+ years of previous supervisory experience is required. • Must have a valid Driver's License and own transportation. • Ability to anticipate outcomes and prepare plans to address ever changing operational needs. • Ability to adapt, think on your feet and lead others by example. • Ability to effectively communicate ideas and accurately express information concerning product quality and food safety. • Proficient in computers including spreadsheets. • Must be reliable and available for all hours of operation including overtime and weekend work if necessary. What we have to offer: • A fun, friendly and inclusive work environment, where no two days are ever the same! • An organization that values and encourages learning. • The opportunity to work on new projects and initiatives. • A competitive total compensation package which includes medical, extended health, dental, disability benefits, life insurance and Group RRSP. To apply email your resume to We thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Canadian Fishing Company Full time