Transportation Supervisor, Region Specific



Transportation Supervisor, Region Specific


British Columbia & Western United States 

Employment Type:

Full Time, Permanent


$38.89 per hour

Job Description:

Position: Transportation Supervisor, Region Specific

Blended NOC Position: NOC 0731 Managers in Transportation, NOC 7371 Crane Operator and NOC 7511 Transport Truck Driver

Vacancies: 01

Start: As soon as possible

Term: Permanent

Employer operating name: Valley Transportation

Employer address (this is not work location): 369 Clarke Street, Clarksburg, ON N0H 1J0

Work (crane operation and driving) location:
  • Majority of work will be in British Columbia.
  • Western United States (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Colorado, Utah)

Hours: 45 hours per week, per federal law. Overtime paid after 60 hours.

Wage: $38.89 /hour
  • 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
  • Vacation 4%
  • 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
  • Manual dexterity
  • Hand-eye coordination
  • 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

Application Requirements:
To Be Included in Application
  • Copy of License and Abstract (within 3 months)
  • Copy of Travel Documents/Passport
  • Safety/Training Certificates
  • Resume
  • 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
  • Phone 519-599-3830
  • email 
  • by replying to this ad
  • fax 519-599-6784
Company Info
Valley Transportation
Clarksburg, Canada

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