Canadian Fishing Company

Canadian Fishing Company (Canfisco) is a fully-integrated fishery products organization based in Vancouver, British Columbia, with offices and facilities spanning the West Coast of North America. Along with our American affiliates, Alaska General Seafoods (AGS) and Leader Creek Fisheries, we harvest, process, and market premium, sustainable wild seafood, including salmon, herring, blackcod, hake, and halibut from the Pacific waters of British Columbia and Alaska, supplying high quality seafood products to our customers around the world.

Sep 13, 2019
$17.00 - $19.00 hourly
Location: Steveston and No.5 Road (Free Parking, not transit accessible) Hourly Salary: $17 - $19 per hour Work Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. Benefits: Medical, Extended Health, Dental, Vision, Disability and Group RRSP for full-time employees. Canadian Fishing Company (Canfisco), a Division of Jim Pattison Enterprises Ltd, is a fully integrated seafood processing company with headquarters in Vancouver, BC. Canfisco operates the largest fleet of commercial fishing vessels in British Columbia, harvests over 110 million pounds of fish annually and exports its seafood products to 38 countries around the world. Our Richmond facility is looking for reliable, energetic and hardworking individuals for its Labelling Warehouse and Vessel Unloading operations. Depending on which operation is running, you could be working either in the warehouse or assisting with vessel unloading, both operations could also be running simultaneously. Warehouse job positions include packing, stacking, sleeving operating machinery and other warehouse equipment. Vessel unloading involves offloading fish from large fishing vessels/trawlers and requires people in multiple roles such as pump operator, nozzlemen, fish graders, forklift operators and tally. Training for all jobs/positions will be provided. You must be willing and able to work in both operations as needed. Position Requirements:  Candidates with a current forklift ticket and experience driving in a busy, face-paced environment is an asset and will be given preference.  Machine operator experience is an asset.  Physically fit; able to push, pull, reach, climb and bend.  Reliable, punctual and have own transportation.  Ability to work indoors and outdoors and adapt to warmer or cooler working environments.  Must be able to handle the smell of fish.  Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.  Ability to stand for the entire shift.  Ability to work overtime, weekends and earlier start time if required.  Commercial fishing, seafood processing or warehouse experience is an asset.  Good mechanical aptitude is a plus. To apply email your resume to hr-cfc@canfisco.com We thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Canadian Fishing Company Full time
Sep 10, 2019
Company Overview: Canadian Fishing Company (Canfisco) is a fully integrated seafood processing company with headquarters in Vancouver, BC. Canfisco operates the largest fleet of commercial fishing vessels in British Columbia, harvests over 110 million pounds of fish annually and exports its seafood products to 38 countries around the world. We offer the opportunity to work for a well-established organization that values initiative and rewards performance. Position Summary: Our Vessel Maintenance Department is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the Company’s commercial fishing vessel fleet which includes several large trawlers and seine vessels. The department ensures fishing vessels are well maintained and ready for the fishing season, minimizing breakdowns or the need for repairs during peak operational times. The Fleet Maintenance Manager is responsible for overseeing vessel maintenance operations for Canfisco’s commercial fishing vessel fleet including contract execution, compliance with labour, safety, environmental and corporate policies and regulations. The primary responsibility of this position is to ensure the Company’s vessels, are ready and safe to operate during the fishing season. Duties and Responsibilities:  In conjunction with the Vessel Safety and Maintenance Manager, develop and implement effective fleet management strategies to ensure vessels are ready for all fishing opportunities.  Oversee and ensure accurate and timely preventative maintenance work for the fleet is scheduled and completed.  Provide support services to Managers and Skippers on the fishing grounds including emergency vessel repairs.  Annually prepare a fleet maintenance and capital expenditure budget for company vessels.  Track the repair and maintenance operating budget and manage operations within the budget constraints. Prepare monthly vessel reports for senior management.  Analyze maintenance costs and provide recommendations on optimal fleet utilization and replacement.  Promote a safety culture within the department and ensure all safety policies and procedures are followed.  Ensure all Company vessels comply with Federal and Provincial legislation including Transport Canada and Work Safe BC rules and regulations.  Spec and assist in purchasing new and used equipment and parts. Maintain detailed records for inventory stored at multiple locations.  Follow up on all insurance claims for the fleet and assist with vessel sales as requested.  Oversee work being performed by external repair and maintenance contractors.  Maintain accurate and up-to-date vessel maintenance records and logs.  Adapt, review and change department processes and procedures for the better. Requirements:  Minimum 10 years of related experience in marine maintenance or the transportation industry.  Strong business knowledge of North American transportation regulations and fleet maintenance planning, processes and procedures.  Marine background and/or expertise with local and/or commercial vessels with preference to fishing vessels (seiners and trawlers) is an asset.  Class 1 marine engineer certificate or a Degree in marine engineering or equivalent is an asset but not required.  Strong technical knowledge and mechanical aptitude is required.  Sound judgment, hands on approach to problem solving, and the ability to manage multiple projects in a fast paced environment.  Ability to effectively respond to complex and ever changing business needs.  Proficiency with MS Office (including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint).  Strong financial and business acumen.  Strong English language skills, both verbal and written, suitable for a multi-cultural working environment. This is a full-time, salaried position. Our facility is located on the waterfront in downtown Vancouver with free employee parking and easy access to public transit. At Canfisco, we offer an engaging and collaborative work environment, a competitive total compensation package and a dynamic workplace where no two days are ever the same!! If you possess the above noted qualifications we would like to hear from you. To apply send your resume to hr-cfc@canfisco.com We thank all candidates for their interest and advise that only those under consideration will be contacted for an interview. www.canfisco.com
Canadian Fishing Company Full time
Aug 23, 2019
$18.00 - $19.00 hourly
Location: Delta, BC Job Type: Full Time ($18.00 -$19.00/hour) Hours of work: Day Shift (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. We have TWO immediate openings for skilled QC Technicians to support and promote the Company’s Quality Management Program. Responsibilities • Monitor all aspects of fish processing activities to ensure compliance with the Company’s Quality Management Plan (QMP), regulatory and customer/buyers’ requirements. • Document plant sanitation and hygiene practices of all employees. • Identify tainted, decomposed, or unwholesome product and ensure corrective action is taken and properly documented. • Identify out-of-tolerance and/or potentially hazardous situations and ensure corrective action is taken and properly documented. • Perform data collection and data entry and accurately maintain records. • Other related duties as assigned. Qualifications • Food Science Diploma or previous training in Food Safety is an asset. • Previous experience in a Quality Control and/or Quality Assurance role in the food processing industry is an asset. • Strong verbal and written communication skills - must be able to accurately express information concerning product quality and safety. • Must be able to perform simple calculations. • Must have basic computer skills. • Must be able work independently without direct supervision. • Must be reliable and available for all hours of operation including overtime and weekend work as necessary. • Periodic lifting of heavy objects may be required. • Own transportation required. At Delta Pacific, we are proud to offer our employees: • a fun, friendly and inclusive work environment. • the opportunity to learn, develop and expand your skills. • a competitive total compensation package which includes medical, extended health, dental, short term disability, life insurance and Group RRSP. To apply email your resume to hr.dps@deltapacific.ca We thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Canadian Fishing Company Full time