Foreman / Foreperson
Temps plein • Timmins Région
The Nuna Group of Companies is now accepting resumes for Foremen / Forepersons with large Heavy Civil Earthworks construction / mining projects experience.
Nuna is the largest Inuit-owned heavy civil construction, earthworks and mine construction contractor in Canada.
Nuna is a civil construction company with hundreds of employees working across the Arctic and Northern Canada. Working often in remote locations, Nuna offers unique on-the-job experience and opportunity to build an exciting career. Our multi-disciplined teams provide a comprehensive array of services and innovative solutions to the most challenging and remote sites in northern Canada. Nuna's core values of: Safety - Integrity - Teamwork - Respect for Cultural Diversity and for Community & Environment; reflect our reputation as a safe, cost-effective and innovative operator in the north.
The Foreman is the immediate and primarily in-field supervisor on site. The Foreman provides leadership and is responsible for scheduling, work planning, coordinating, supervising, and assisting in cost controls. Responsibilities also include ensuring that established site goals are realized within established quality and safety standards while ensuring consistent and fair application of labour relations policies and procedures, proper apprentice training and productivity of crew at the job site and equipment maintenance within their respective area of operations.
The Foreman, Superintendent and Project Manager will work together to coordinate the project to the satisfaction of the client, consistent with the cost, schedule and contractual requirements.
· Conducts daily Toolbox Meeting
- Daily planning of tasks (Would work with superintendent in the morning)
- 3 day look ahead (Would work with throughout the day Superintendent)
- Night shift tasks (Crossover with night shift foreman to discuss plan)
- Participate in Task Hazard Analysis reviews
- Daily review of paperwork including crew timecards, radiation cards, FLRA’s, production sheets, haul sheets, 5 Point Cards and coding timecards
- In field meetings with the client to maintain client relationships
- Plans and supervises day-to-day operations on site.
- Ensures accurate and timely completion of employees’ time sheets.
- Ensures accurate and timely updating of rotation schedules.
- Ensures that orientation and training records are fully completed.
- Effectively plans and supervises crews on a task basis.
- Participates with the Project Manager, Superintendent and Client in the development of the Project’s operating procedures.
- Ensures that Employees are well trained for assigned duties and for maintenance of effective records.
- Identifies manpower requirements for the Project and make recommendations to the Superintendent and Project Manager.
- Ensures adequate site-specific safety orientation and training has been completed before new employees start on their regular duties.
- Conducts safety meetings on a regular basis.
- Recommends equipment replacement, addition, deletion, modifications and ensure that required maintenance is completed.
- Incident investigations (Support Safety Advisor where required)
- Job planning
- 5+ years’ experience in a similar role.
- Heavy Civil project experience required.
- Experience with earthworks and heavy machinery of all types.
- Proven leadership skills.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
- A high level of organizational skills.
- Pursues continual improvement.
- Able to work at our remote worksites on a rotational basis.
- Previous experience working on site in Northern Canada is considered an Asset.
Rotation: 2x2 - 12 hour days.
Rate: Competitive hourly rate with Overtime, Full benefits including Company matching RRSP,
Flights, camp provided.
Project locations: Ontario, Gogama Region
Nuna is committed to the principle of employment equity. We welcome diversity and encourage all who are qualified to express their interest.
Interested applicants are asked to apply online at http://nunalogistics.com/jobs.html
or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Only those with previous experience working in Canada's North on heavy civil earthworks projects will be selected for interviews. Experience working around heavy duty equipment is mandatory.