Parkland Fuel Corporation Bluewave Energy – Class 1 Driver/Picker Operator – Dawson Creek Full Time in Dawson Creek, BC

Parkland Fuel Corporation

Branch Dawson Creek BC CA

Bluewave Energy – Class 1 Driver/Picker Operator – Dawson Creek
Dawson Creek, BC

Ability to read understands and adheres to the rules and regulations of the federal and provincial Governments….

Position Summary

Reporting to the Senior Branch Manager, the Driver Picker Truck (Propane) provides support by performing daily pre-trip and post-trip vehicle inspection and performs minor maintenance tasks on commercial vehicles when necessary. A key component of this role entails delivering fuel (Gas, Diesel and Propane ) safely, under policy, and as directed by dispatch. Additionally, customer service is imperative in this role. Bluewave Energy takes pride in ensuring we deliver exceptional customer service at all times. This role requires flexibility in your work schedule. We cater to the needs and requirements of our client base. Overtime is expected in this role.

Key Responsibilities:
Documenting customer usage.

Refuelling the vehicles.

Ensuring that periodic scheduled vehicle maintenance is completed and reported.

Maintain effective communication with all business units.

Prepares trip, accident and incident reports as necessary.

Providing other services as requested by management when not engaged in transportation service.

Other projects as assigned.

Qualifications & Skills :
Class 1 license with an abstract acceptable to the Employer.

Minimum of 2 years experience driving a Class 1 vehicle

Ability to read understands and adheres to the rules and regulations of the federal and provincial Governments. Understands log book recording and regulatory compliance.

Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.

Ability to establish effective professional relationships with customers and co-workers.

Ability to prepare concise and accurate records and reports.

Ability to recognize vehicle maintenance needs and to perform basic vehicle repairs.

Possess reasoning skills to interpret policies and procedures, maps, and route directions.

This is a tremendous opportunity for a dynamic, ambitious and enthusiastic individual looking for a career with a vibrant and growth oriented company. If you are up to the challenge we want to hear from you!

Our main priority at Parkland is our people. As an employee, you can expect a fair workplace, a professional work environment, competitive compensation, outstanding benefits, and a share in our success through the Employee Share Purchase Plan and our Annual Incentive Plan.

Our preferred method of application is online at www.parkland.ca

We would like to thank all candidates in advance for their interest in these positions, however only those being considered will be contacted.

Parkland is Canada’s largest independent marketer and distributor of fuels, managing a nationwide network of sales channels for retail, commercial, wholesale, and home heat. Through our operations we deliver competitive fuel products and serve communities through local operators who care. We are publicly-traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol “PKI” and have revenues exceeding $4 billion. Our family of brands includes: Bluewave Energy, Columbia Fuels, Elbow River Marketing, Fas Gas Plus, Island Petroleum, Race Trac, and Sparling’s Propane.

Our growth strategy is built on acquisitions. In 2013, we have acquired several companies, including Elbow River Marketing which has a large rail fleet of over 1,000 rail cars and Sparlings Propane which sells and distributes propane in the Ontario market. As of January 2014, we have also expanded into the United States with the acquisition of SPF Energy. SPF Energy Inc. supplies and distributes refined petroleum products throughout North Dakota, Montana, Minnesota, South Dakota and Wyoming.

Parkland Fuel Corporation is committed to the principles of Employment Equity

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Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Dawson Creek, BC, CA
Posted on: 2015-01-25
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