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Oil & Gas Warehouse - Shipper/ Receiver

Fort St John, BC
A major oil and gas producer is looking for a Warehouse Shipper / Receiver for their location near Fort St John / Hudson Hope. This is a camp position on a 4/3 schedule with 10 hour days. The successful candidate will work either Monday to Thursday or Tuesday to Friday. The first and last days of shift will include 2 hours of travel within the 10 hour day.

Technical Requirements
Assignment Description:
  • Performs all activities to ship or receive materials and supplies in an orderly and accessible manner in warehouses, supply rooms, or predetermined designated areas.
  • Assists end users with finding and signing out materials.
  • Knowledge of the Corporate inventory procedures, methods and practices used in storing materials and supplies in warehouses.
  • Knowledge of the methods and practices used in receiving materials and supplies for warehouse deliveries including examination of shipment contents, inspection for damages or defects, compare with order records to verify accuracy and abiding by regulatory compliance.
  • Ability to read and interpret charts and/or maps of warehouse layouts for deliveries, shipments, and storage.
  • Required to operate motor vehicles (e.g., trucks) for product relocation.
  • Ability to operate manual carts, pallet movers etc. used in receiving, storing, and shipping materials and supplies.
  • Ability to operate manual carts, pallet movers etc used in receiving, storing, and shipping materials and supplies.
  • Lift and carry up to 50 lbs. to receive, store, and ship materials and supplies.
Role Description:
  • Maintain records of orders and the amount, kind and location of materials and supplies on hand using manual or computerized methods
  • Work with external shipping/ couriers to align paper work to incoming freight
  • Ability to prioritize assignments and projects to ensure completion within established timeframes and by expected deadlines.
  • Frequently read supplier and manufacturer communications, memos and bulletins, storage and handling recommendations, standard operating procedures, health and safety policies, applicable standards and regulations, labels, signs, symbols, lists, forms, packing slips, and bills of lading.\
  • Completes posting logs for received goods electronically
  •  Traces unaccounted for shipments and generates claims for lost claims or claims with defects.
  • Accountability and maintenance of loading dock and receiving area
  • Assists in cycle counting and year end count process
  • Participate in team meetings
Job Knowledge (a basic understanding of):
  •  Use of the Corporate Purchasing Processes
  • Warehousing fundamentals for shipping and receiving material orders
  • Competency in Global Harmonized System/WHMIS, quality management and quarantine systems as governed by regulatory requirements
  • Warehousing fundamentals for receiving and packing material orders through issue of the work order document and return of material.
  • Utilize, complete and/or read product labels, shelving labels, warning and direction signs, inventory sheets, shipping forms, packing slips, bills of lading, work schedules, etc.
  • Familiar with computers, basic math and organizational skills
  • Minimum High School graduate
  • Proficient in Microsoft products - Outlook, Excel & Word
  • 2 or more years of previous relevant experience
  • Fork lift certificate
Behavioral Requirements
  • Maintains regular, appropriate and concise communication with supervisors and peers
  • Maintains a good working relationship with team members and integrated business partners
  • Identifies barriers/restraints to the team in a positive manner
  • Expresses enthusiasm/confidence in decisions
  • Listens and understands instructions.
  • Discusses career goals and aspirations with supervisor
  • Accepts responsibility for individual career development
  • Committed to producing highest quality work
  • Self motivated, seeks out new assignments and challenges
  • Takes initiative
  • Manages multi tasks and changing priorities without complaint
  • Self-disciplined and able to manage own daily work allocation and supports team
  • Accepts temporary assignments
  • Is a contributing member in a team environment
  • Flexible in working with others to accomplish the task at hand
  • Takes responsibility for delivering own contribution to the team
  • Acts in the best interests of the team at all times and fosters teambuilding
  • Seeks coaching and/or mentoring from senior personnel
  • Displays appropriate level of assertiveness
  • Is responsive to meeting integrated partner requirements
  • Is willing to identify and resolve conflicts
On the Job Development:
  • Fundamental work processes
  • Continued exposure and gained knowledge of materials/ systems purchased
  • Safety awareness
  • Participate in planning for purchasing operations and execution
  • Training on products, product handling and parts keeping, the safe use of material handling
  • Supply Chain Learning and Development courses

We thank all applicants for their interest in working with Roska DBO and this position; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Roska DBO Inc. is a customer-focused operations company with a 20+ year’s track record offering expertise in production and equipment solutions on well sites and facilities. Based in Grande Prairie, Alberta, with a network of locations, Roska serves western and northern Canada, plus selected U.S., and international markets, with a primary focus on the Alberta/ B.C. region.
In addition to fulfilling the contract operating needs of oil and gas producing, midstream and pipeline companies, Roska Designs, Builds and Operates well-site facilities, rents equipment and provides Production Testing and flowback services using a company-owned well testing fleet.  When you join the Roska Team, the sky is the limit!


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