Current Opportunities

Job Title

Finance Controller (FC)

Location

4Evergreen Resources LP Offices (4EG)

Saulteau First Nations (SFN)

Indian Reserve #169

1717 Boucher Lake Road

Moberly Lake, BC

V0C 1X0

Reports To

The FC reports directly to 4EG General Manager (GM).

Job Summary

The FC will be responsible for the management, reporting and filing of the financial activities of 4EG (a SFN owned medium sized civil construction company).  The FC will monitor and analyze financial activities throughout fiscal periods identifying problematic issues and recommending options for resolution or enhancement of controls required to ensure the integrity of data, systems and information.  The FC will work directly with members of the management team to ensure that all activities and projects be completed successfully to scope and budget.

To ensure the consistency of openness, fairness, transparency and accountability in all implemented actions, business dealings and financial matters of 4EG with the highest quality of business financial ethics, standards and practices.

Provides interpretations, advice and guidance to management and staff on finance-related projects, processes, and procedures; and, reviews, analyzes and recommends modifications to existing policies.


Duties and Responsibilities

To be responsible for all facets of the day-to-day financial operations including, but not limited to:

      • Administration
      • Develop and maintain timely and accurate financial statements and reports that are appropriate for the users and in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP);
      • Develop and implement approved policies and procedures as required to ensure that personnel and financial information is secure;
      • Prepare all supporting information for authorized groups such as the Canadian Revenue Agency, Worker’s Compensation Board and internal or external auditors;
      • Reconcile bank accounts and manage cash flow;
      • Manage the bookkeeping function, using the Simply Accounting software, including maintenance of the general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivables and payroll; and
      • Document and maintain complete and accurate supporting information for all financial transactions;
        • Develop, implement, and ensure compliance with internal financial and accounting policies and procedures;
        • Develop and maintain financial accounting systems for accounts payable, receivable, and payroll;
        • Maintain positive relations with clients;
      • Operations
        • Ensure that all statutory requirements of the company are met including Withholding Payments (CPP, EI), Income Tax, Goods and Services Tax and Provincial Sales Tax;
        • Maintain an up to date assets listing of 4EG owned equipment, vehicles and inventory;
        • Assist with booking major maintenance and repairs of 4EG owned equipment and vehicles;
        • Verify coding and obtain necessary approvals and signatures;
        • Perform the batching, entering and reconciling of accounting documents for data entry into computer software programs and manual filing systems;
        • Calculate and prepare invoices and purchase orders;
        • Report and communicate monthly and quarterly activity reports to the 4EG CEO, CFO and/or GM; and
        • Any other duties or tasks as assigned;
      • Management of Staff
        • Ensure that all payroll and accounts payables functions are being performed appropriately by the Accounting Clerk; and
        • Use and continually develop leadership skills.

Qualifications

The FC must have the following qualifications, but not limited to, the following:

Education

      • Possess a Certified Management Accounting (CMA), or Certified General Accounting (CGA) certificate (NOTE- now designated as a Chartered Professional Accountant CPA in Canada) and a minimum of 2 years office administration experience with exposure to financial processes and procedures, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience in a financial team environment;

Experience and Abilities

      • Experience in generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and the BC Labour Code and Standards;
      • Experience in budget planning, development and review;
      • Experience supervising employees
      • Experience in creative problem-solving;
      • Proficient in Microsoft Office and Simply Accounting;
      • Have excellent oral and written communication skills;
      • Ability to maintain corporate records and ensure confidentiality;
      • Ability to make effective decisions, resolve conflicts and manage time effectively;
      • Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines
      • Provide a Criminal Records Check.

Assets

      • Knowledge and experience of working with and/or for a First Nation’s community;

Working Conditions

The FC will be expected to meet all mandated deliverables and timeframes of the financial programs, projects, and approved plans and budgets, as assigned by the CEO, CFO or 4EG GM.

The FC will, from time to time, as required, be expected to work extra hours and/or travel to the field or other locations, for training, meetings, conferences and other events deemed necessary by the CEO and/or GM, in the performance of their duties.

Physical Requirements

Extra time and travel requirements may result in physical duress or fatigue of the individual employed in this position. Care and preventative measures (OH&S Regulations and 4EG Corporate Policies on Hours of Service, Fatigue, Vacations, Journey Management, etc.) shall be applied to ensure that the FC does not become fatigued and

cannot perform his/her duties and responsibilities in a safe, effective and efficient manner.

Role Model

The FC must also act as a role model and leader to all staff under their supervision and ensure that their activities are consistent with the values, ethics, implemented policies and procedures, as well as all applicable regulatory requirements that they are requiring of their employees and contractors.


Job Title

Truck Driver (TD)

Location

4Evergreen Resources LP Offices (4EG)

Saulteau First Nations (SFN)

Indian Reserve #169

1717 Boucher Lake Road

Moberly Lake, BC

V0C 1X0

Reports To

The TD reports directly to the 4EG Project Manager or Supervisor.

Job Summary

The TD will be responsible for all facets of the loading/unloading and transportation of goods (fuel), materials and equipment in the day-to-day transportation operations and activities of 4Evergreen Resources LP assigned to them by the PM or Supervisor (4EG:  SFN owned medium sized civil construction company).

The TD will work directly with the management team and clients to ensure that assigned programs, projects and activities be completed successfully to scope and budgets. (correct and timely)

To ensure the consistency of openness, fairness, transparency and accountability in all implemented actions by demonstrating the highest quality business ethics, practices and standards.

Duties and Responsibilities

Responsible for the safe operation and maintenance of the assigned truck and trailer(s); the safe loading/unloading and transportation of goods, materials and equipment in the day-to-day 4EG transportation operations and activities including, but not limited to:

      • Safely and efficiently operates the assigned vehicle to complete the assigned tasks, including the securing of trailers and loads (prescribed loading procedures and securement devices and ratings as applicable per the loaded good’s, materials’ and/or equipment’s size, weight, shape and configuration) to the vehicle or vehicle’s trailer(s);
      • Maintains the assigned vehicle as per 4EG’s specifications, and the Operator’s Manual and manufacturer’s recommendations;
      • Complies with all required 4EG and client policies and procedures and all applicable regulatory requirements, directives, advisories and recommended practices (e.g. National and Provincial Transportation Acts and Regulations, Highways Safety Act and Regulations, Hours of Service Regulations, Transportation Safety Board advisories, Commercial Vehicle Safety Enforcement (CVSE) directives, etc.);
      • Confers with Project Manager and Supervisor to ensure accuracy of assigned tasks and duties and successfully performing the required work in a safe and timely manner;
      • Completes documents and submits required forms, documents and/or reports for the following, but not limited to:
        • Daily pre-trip and post-trip inspections;
        • Driver’s Logbooks;
          • Hours of Service; Off Duty, On Duty Driving and On Duty Not driving, and required breaks and rest periods;
          • Load Securement checks during transport as required;
        • WHMIS, MSDS and TDG documents and bills of lading;
        • Maintenance logs;
        • Lock Out/Tag Out Procedures as may be applicable
        • Recording any required fuel, lubricants, filters or other supplies and materials used on their assigned vehicle during regular operations and maintenance by the TD;
        • Any incident or accident reports involving them and their assigned vehicle immediately to their Supervisor
      • At the end of each workday or work sift, the TD will perform all required general maintenance functions and tasks to ensure that their vehicle and trailer(s) are prepared and ready for the next workday, work shift, or cross shift TD as applicable, or transportation to next project or worksite

Qualifications

The TD must have the following qualifications, but not limited to, the following:

      • Licensed as a Class 5 with a minimum of 2 years driving experience in the construction industry within oil & gas, forestry, mining, wind energy, transportation or hydroelectric industry sectors, residential, commercial or industrial construction
        • or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience;
      • Possess a current, valid Driver’s License and submit a Driver’s Abstract;
      • Possess current, valid safety certificates (OFA Level 1 minimum, WHMIS 2015, TDG, H2S Alive, Ground Disturbance Level 1, Oilfield Driver Awareness, Construction Safety Training Systems, Pipeline Construction Safety Training and S-100 (Fire Suppression));
      • Must supply, maintain and be knowledgeable in the use of their own required and approved safety gear and personal protective equipment (PPE), appropriate clothing and tools, equipment* and supplies
      • Must be available to work on short notice, sometimes in remote locations, including staying away from home in camp or hotel, as may be required;
      • Arrive on time for every assigned project workday or work shift, physically and mentally prepared to work (this means well rested, healthy and not under the influence of any substance abuse including, but not limited to prescribed or over-the-counter medications, drugs and/or alcohol, fully equipped and supplied to complete all duties and task(s)) and complete the assigned duties in a professional and timely manner;
      • Must follow SFN/4EG policies on journey management,
      • Knowledge and experience of working with and/or for a First Nation’s community an asset;
      • Must be capable of driving and working outdoors in all northern seasons, climate and weather conditions;
      • Must be in good physical health and condition, willing and capable to perform light, medium and heavy labour work and duties;
      • Must possess a good, hard work ethic, be detail and results oriented and have good problem-solving skills;
      • Able to complete assigned tasks in a safe, efficient, effective and timely manner;
      • Ability to work with supervisors and other workers to ensure worksite is operated and maintained in a safe and orderly fashion;
      • Ability to work well alone or as part of a team;
      • Willing and able to work long hours in a fast-paced environment;
      • Possess a good work ethic and be dependable, versatile and motivated;
      • Experienced and capable of safely operating and heavy equipment and other types of equipment (for loading and unloading purposes only), operating and maintaining small equipment, power and hand tools;
      • Be proficient in use of communications equipment (e.g. two-way radio, cell or satellite phone, etc.);
      • Have good oral and written communication skills;
      • Ability to maintain corporate records and ensure confidentiality;
      • Submit to pre-employment drug and alcohol (D&A) testing,
      • Provide a Criminal Records Check.

Working Conditions

The TD will be expected to meet all mandated deliverables and timeframes of the company’s programs, projects, activities and contracts and applicable approved plans and budgets, and any other reasonably assigned tasks by the PM or Supervisor.

The TD will, be expected to work extra hours and/or travel to the field or other locations, for training and work deemed necessary by the PM or Supervisor, in the performance of their duties as required.

Physical Requirements

Extra time and travel requirements may result in physical duress or fatigue of the individual employed in this position. Care and preventative measures shall be applied to ensure that the TD does not become fatigued and cannot perform his/her duties and responsibilities in a safe, effective and efficient manner.

Role Model

The TD must also act as a role model and leader to all staff (including junior truck drivers and swampers under their mentorship and/or supervision) and ensure that their activities are consistent with the values, ethics, implemented policies and procedures, as well as all applicable regulatory requirements that they are required to follow.





 


Role Title:

Senior Project Manager

Effective Date:

October 26, 2018

Reports to:

General Manager

Location:

Saulteau First Nations

Primary Purpose                                                                                                 

Responsible for development, implementing, monitoring, measuring and reporting of the day-to-day management of the Project Plan(s) assigned to them by the General Manager

Work directly with clients to ensure that assigned projects will be completed successfully to scope and budget. They will also coordinate with other 4EG departments and to recruit and/or prequalify other talent or subcontractors as required.

To ensure the consistency of openness, fairness, transparency and accountability, in all implemented actions and business dealings with the highest quality business ethics and standards.

Accountabilities                                                                                         

  • Meeting with clients to establish scope and budget of new projects, pre-construction planning, and project estimations;
  • Manage planning and implementation of projects to ensure successful completion within the set timeframes and scope;
  • Bidding, scheduling and costing contracts;
  • Negotiating agreements with subcontractors;
  • Management of finance and budget ensuring that projects are completed within the budget;
  • Coordinate availability of equipment and resources with the procurement lead throughout the projects;
  • Manage the relationship with stakeholders and their representatives;
  • Develop comprehensive project plans;
  • Meet budgetary objectives and adjust project constraints based on reliable forecasting;
  • Report and communicate project progress, performance and/or results to the client and General Manager;
  • Conduct risk analysis and risk mitigation;
  • Manage schedule, cost and quality control;
  • Make recommendations to improve the project execution and delivery of 4EG services;
  • Delegate project duties based on individual strengths, skill sets and experience levels;
  • Recruiting, hiring, training, mentoring, supervision and of all staff and contractors consistent with the 4EG Hiring and Employment Policy;
  • Conducting performance appraisals with program team members, providing constructive feedback and recommending actions for improvement;
  • Providing positive leadership and motivation to all staff, encouraging a team approach, professional attitude and appearance, personal wellness, conflict resolution and inter-personal skills and relationships; and
  • Use and continually develop leadership skills.

Education & Qualifications

  • Project Management Professional Certification and a minimum of 7 years project management experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience;
  • Experience with Lean Six Sigma methods;
  • Experience working on 20-40 million-dollar contracts;
  • Financial experience in budget planning and review;
  • Familiar with earthworks, machine logging, and hand falling
  • Knowledge and experience in planning, development and creative problem-solving skills;
  • Knowledge and experience of working with and/or for a First Nation’s community
  • Have excellent oral and written communication skills;
  • Ability to ensure and maintain corporate confidentiality;
  • Ability to solve problems, make effective decisions, resolve conflicts and manage time effectively;
  • Valid Driver’s License