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Career Opportunity – Snow Plow Driver – DZ Licensed (4 Positions)

White Lake Limited Partnership, through a joint venture with All Pro Ltd., is building a team to deliver various road maintenance and related services at the Wesdome Mine near Wawa, Ontario, commencing in October, 2023. This is for a 3-5 year agreement.

We are now recruiting for reliable and experienced Snow Plow Drivers to our roster for upcoming winter maintenance at the Wesdome mine site.

This is a full time permanent position that will commence in early October 2023.

Successful candidates must be DZ or AZ licensed, and must be willing to stay on site in camp accommodations.

Reporting to the onsite Contract Supervisor, the DZ Truck Driver will be responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the plow truck.

This position is located at Wesdome minesite and drivers must remain at the mine site for the duration of their rotation (i.e. daily commuting cannot be accommodated). Camp accommodations and meals are provided.

Responsibilities:

  • Reports to the Contract Superviso
  • Snow removal and sanding
  • Perform mandatory Pre and Post vehicle inspections
  • Maintain accurate documentation and complete required paperwork
  • Constantly monitor vehicle condition, site and driving conditions
  • Care and maintenance of the interior and exterior of vehicle
  • Be able to take direction and communicate verbally
  • Perform safe and efficient operation of a plow truck and plow wing to perform snow removal on mine site roads and parking lots
  • Performs other related duties as required

Qualifications:

  • Valid class DZ license required
  • Pass a pre-employment drug test
  • Clean drivers abstract and CVOR is required
  • Previous related experience an asset

Preference will be given to Band and Community Members of Netmizaaggmig Nishnaabeg First Nation. Please note that band members living on Reserve land may qualify for tax free income.

To Apply:

Interested persons should submit a resume and cover letter, along with driver’s abstract and proof of DZ license. This position is posted until filled.

Please submit to:
Annette Currie, Mining and Workforce Services
mining@whitelakelp.ca

Career Opportunity: Director – Operations & Construction

Due to growth and changes in our organization, the White Lake Limited Partnership is looking for a highly motivated and competent individual to fill the newly created full-time position of Director of Operations & Construction.

The White Lake Limited Partnership (WLLP)is owned by the Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg, and managed by its general partner, White Lake Resources Corp., and has been mandated to develop, implement and manage business opportunities for the benefit of the Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg and its members. The organization is governed by a board of directors who are appointed by the First Nation Council and are comprised entirely of First Nation members.

White Lake LP delivers numerous business lines including contract labour for area mines, waste management contracting, heavy equipment rentals and operations/trucking, and civil and general contracting.

The position reports to the CEO, and is generally responsible for leading and managing the day-to-day operations of WLLP including operation and maintenance of our lands and buildings, construction projects, waste management, and heavy equipment and trucking operations – this will include policy enforcement, job planning, estimating, purchasing, asset management (maintaining our building and equipment to maximize their service life), customer liaison and job monitoring, quality control and issues management. There are currently approximately 25 positions in the Operations and Construction Division, and growing, with 3-4 direct reports (supervisors/managers). The Director will also manage all contractors and subcontractors.

In 2024, the Director will provide oversight on numerous major construction projects including the development of WLLP’s new highway commercial development. The Director will also take a lead role in leading and managing a road construction/maintenance company that services the forest industry, that WLLP will be purchasing in early 2024.
This position is based in Mobert, Ontario, but will involve travel around the surrounding area to job sites, and such applicants must reside/agree to reside in the immediate area. White Lake LP cannot presently assist with housing.

DUTIES:

  • Provide general oversight and supervision to all departmental staff, including structuring and planning of work,  training & coaching, reviewing and approve time sheets, undertaking disciplinary actions in conjunction with the  Director of Corporate Services & Human Resources
  • Support business development and sales activities including identification and evaluation of opportunities,  development of proposals, negotiation of joint venture agreements, purchase orders and contracts
  • Identify, evaluate and plan the expansion of the capacity of WLLP to self-perform various construction works and  generally reduce reliance on subcontracting and joint venture agreements when viable
  • Participate as a member of various project teams and joint venture management committees, as a member or  resource/technical advisor, as determined by the CEO
  • Provide oversight and project management and coordination of all projects, contracts
  • Attend at various job,  construction sites to lead and manage site issues and ensure quality control of work and compliance with terms of  contracts, purchase orders
  • Assist in the development and management of departmental budgets
  • Lead and manage all purchasing and tendering processes within WLLP policies
  • Plan and manage inventory and  tracking systems for materials and equipment
  • Provide care and maintenance of all WLLP assets including lands,  buildings, vehicles, equipment, including preventative maintenance, repairs and replacement, general property  management, as required
  • Ensure all operations are carried on in an appropriate, cost-effective way
  • Monitor and improve operational management systems, processes and best practices
  • Working closely with the health and safety manager, ensure safe practices and competencies on all job sites
  • Ensure compliance of operations and projects with applicable laws and regulations (e.g. labour, environmental, etc.)
  • Participate in regular skills training and professional development in order to optimize performance
  • Prepare an annual workplan and key performance indicators for the approval of the CEO
  • Prepare monthly and other departmental activity reports for submission to the CEO and the Board of Directors
  • Attend meetings of management, board, other stakeholders as requested by the CEO • Liaise and coordinate with  external technical services organizations on project planning and execution matters (e.g. Nokiiwin)
  • Maintain positive relationships with internal and external stakeholders, partners, suppliers, etc.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 10+ years of supervisory and/or management experience in operations, construction, property management or a  related field;
  • Post-secondary training in the construction trades, civil engineer, or like fields;
  • Working knowledge of project  management principles and techniques;
  • Working knowledge of construction planning and estimating
  • Working knowledge of 1uality control and management
  • Preventative maintenance
  • Public relations
  • Strong organizations skills
  • Working knowledge of construction and related laws and regulations
  • Working knowledge of CVOR regulations and management and ability to qualify for a CVOR (a must);
  • Experience working with Aboriginal communities, organizations, and comfort and knowledge of unique processes  and protocols therein;
  • Working knowledge of email and typical office software;
  • Working knowledge of pertinent federal, provincial and local laws, codes, and regulations;
  • Ability to use good judgement in respecting confidentially;
  • Ability to identify and respond to sensitive community and organizational issues, concerns and needs to prospects;
  • Ability to communicate and prepare clear concise operational reports, both orally and in writing;
  • Ability to work irregular working hours as required by operations and projects; • Entrepreneurial and creative spirit
  • Self-motivated and driven to achieve goals
  • Valid driver’s licence and access to a reliable vehicle.

Compensation is commensurate on qualifications and experience, and includes a benefit plan and access to a company service vehicle for business.

TO APPLY:

Interested persons should submit a resume along with a cover letter explaining how your qualifications meet or exceed the needs of the position; please also provide three employment-related references.

Please submit to:
Norman Jaehrling
CEO
White Lake Resources Corp.,
General Partner for the White Lake Limited Partnership
Mobert On, P0M2J0
Email: ceo @whitelakelp.ca
Deadline for applications is: This position is open until filled

Employment Opportunity: Waste Management Supervisor

White Lake Limited Partnership, through a joint venture with E360 Solutions, has recently commenced the provision of waste management services on the Barrick mine site at Hemlo. As part of this, we are seeking to hire a new Waste Management Supervisor.

The White Lake Limited Partnership is owned by the Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg, and managed by its general partner, White Lake LP, and has been mandated to develop, implement and manage business opportunities for the benefit of the Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg and its members.

The position is an employee of White Lake LP, reports to the Director of Construction and Operations, works closely with various personnel from E360 Solutions, and is generally responsible for the day-to-day field operations of waste management on the Barrick mine site, including coordinating waste diversion, waste sorting, waste hauling, recycling, hazardous waste management, and landfill site management. This will include providing supervision to a small staff team, and coordinating the work of E360 specialized services.

This position is located at the Barrick mine site at Hemlo near Marathon, Ontario, and may involve travel around the surrounding area to job sites – as such applicants must reside/agree to reside in the immediate area.
Duties and responsibilities include:

  • Manage all waste management operations ensuring effective and safe utilization of personnel, equipment and suppliers
  • Ensure operations are compliant with regulatory requirements;
    Coordinate preventative maintenance and repairs of project vehicles and equipment;
  • Manage collection of various waste and recyclables;
  • Support processing and marketing of recyclables;
  • Manage all operations and staff resources;
  • Maintain positive working relationships with mine personnel, responding to enquiries and complaints and providing education and support of agreed waste management systems and processes;
    Prepare written and other reports as required;
  • Participate in on and off site training and skills upgrading activities as required;
  • Other misc. duties.

Applicants should possess the following qualifications:

  • Supervisory experience;
  • Project and contract management experience;
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills – ability to build and manage a positive working relationship with our customer and their respective personnel;
  • Ability to analyze problems and formulate creative and cost effective solutions;
  • Basic computer expertise in various MS Office platforms;
    Valid Ontario drivers license (a company vehicle will be provided for business use only).
  • Must be aware of safe working practices as they relate to job responsibilities and work environment and have a basic understanding of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
  • Prior experience in waste management is an asset but not mandatory – orientation and training will be provided;
  • Experience working with Aboriginal communities, organizations and governments across Canada;
  • Ability to use good judgement in respecting confidentially;
  • Ability to communicate and prepare clear concise operational reports, both orally and in writing;
  • Ability to work irregular working hours as required by operations and projects;
  • Applicants must provide a criminal records check and pass a pre-employment drug screening, as well as meeting fit for duty requirements on an on-going basis.

TO APPLY:

Interested persons should submit a resume along with a cover letter explaining how your qualifications meet or exceed the needs of the position; please also provide three employment-related references.

Please submit to:
Lana Lawrence
Director, Corporate Services and Human Resources
White Lake Limited Partnership
Mobert On, P0M2J0

Email: opsdirector@whitelakelp.ca

Deadline for applications is: February 2, 2024 at 4pm

Applications from Netmizaaggagmig Nishnaabeg members are strongly encouraged.

Applications must be clearly marked: Waste Management Supervisor Application in the subject line of the envelope or email.

Career Opportunity – Snow Plow Driver – DZ Licensed

White Lake Limited Partnership is a wholly-owned entity of the Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg (Pic Mobert First Nation) and is the First Nation’s principal business development corporation.

Formed in 2009, the partnership is engaged in a variety of business lines and serves as a cornerstone of the Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg’s sovereign wealth strategy.  It was developed for the economic and social benefit of the Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg and is responsible for the business activities and partnerships developed by the partnership.

White Lake Limited Partnership, through our contract services with Ledcor., is building a team to deliver various road maintenance and related services in the Hornepayne, Wawa and Agawa Bay area- Agawa Bay is camp stay. 

We welcome on-call occasional certified Snow Plow Drivers for the White River area. 

We are now recruiting for reliable and experienced Snow Plow Drivers to our roster for winter maintenance.  This is a full time seasonal position. Competitive Wage between 26-28 per hour. 

Successful candidates must be DZ or AZ licensed, and must be willing to stay on site in camp accommodations where required. 

Reporting to the onsite Supervisor, the DZ Truck Driver will be responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the plow truck.

Responsibilities:

  • Reports to the yard Supervisor
  • Snow removal and sanding
  • Perform mandatory Pre and Post vehicle inspections
  • Maintain accurate documentation and complete required paperwork 
  • Constantly monitor vehicle condition, site and driving conditions
  • Care and maintenance of the interior and exterior of vehicle
  • Be able to take direction and communicate verbally
  • Perform safe and efficient operation of a plow truck and plow wing to perform snow removal 
  • Performs other related duties as required

Qualifications:

  • Valid class DZ license required
  • Pass a pre-employment drug test
  • Clean drivers abstract and CVOR is required
  • Previous related experience an asset

Please note that band members living on Reserve land may qualify for tax free income. 

To Apply:

Interested persons should submit a resume and cover letter, along with driver’s abstract and proof of DZ license. This position is posted until filled. 

Please submit to:

Annette Currie, Mining and Workforce Services – mining@whitelakelp.ca

Career Opportunity: Administrative Assistant – Temporary Position

White Lake Limited Partnership, as represented by its general partner, White Lake Resources Corp., is looking for a highly  motivated and detail-oriented individual to fill the temporary full time position of administrative assistant.

The White Lake Limited Partnership is owned by the Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg (Pic Mobert First Nation) and has been  mandated to develop, implement and manage business opportunities for the benefit of the Pic Mobert First Nation and its  members. The Partnership has a diverse range of business lines and capabilities which are expanding and diversifying, in part  due to new mining and forestry developments, and employs and manages a total staff of approximately 55+ people. This  position reports to the Director of Operations and is generally responsible filing and organization of the company. While it is  essential the administrative assistant be able to work independently and proactively to carry out their core duties, mentoring  and training will be provided.

Duties:

  • Carry out administrative duties such as filing, typing, copying binding, scanning ect
  • Document control
  • Minutes of Meetings
  • Answering and directing phone calls
  • Light cleaning
  • Event planning and related bookings
  • Inventory and ordering office supplies
  • Auditing WLLP website and sending update information to administrator for posting
  • Gathering invoices for approval and submission
  • Booking appointments
  • Maintain up to date contact lists
  • Book travel arrangements
  • Submit and reconcile credit card statements
  • Provide general support to visitors
  • Ensure operations of office equipment and book related preventive maintenance appointments
  • General organization of the local WLLP office

Skills and Education

  • Detail oriented
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Punctual and accountable
  • Previous experience working as an administrative assistant is strongly preferred
  • Ability to learn new skills
  • Experience working in MS Office applications with focus on Excel and Outlook
  • Ability to attend work Monday-Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm
  • Ability to pass a preemployment drug test and provide a clean criminal record check

Please note that this job as listed as temporary for 3 months, but has the possibility of extended to permanent.

Starting wage for this position will be between $17-$19 per hour and will be determined by related experience and skills.

Band members of Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg are strongly encouraged to apply.

Interested parties should send a resume and cover letter to Annette Currie with “Job Opportunity – Administrative Assistant”  clearly marked in the subject line. This position is open until filled.

Annette Currie –mining@whitelakelp.ca or in person at 13-10th Street Mobert, ON

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