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Operations Manager
Canadian Tire Corporation Ltd, Hanmer, ON
Our Company Hard work drives us, living life is what guides us. At Mark’s, known as L’Équipeur in Quebec, we inspire and enable Canadians to live their life with passion, conviction and authenticity. This is why everything we offer, from industrial and casual apparel, footwear and accessories, is well made, built to last, infused with utility and designed with wearable style that’s uniquely them, uniquely Mark’s.Mark’s, founded in 1977, has over 380 stores across Canada. With strong roots in communities across the country, our commitment to Canadians is to relentlessly pursue the best products that work as hard as the people who wear themWe are a successful, innovative, and growing company that values diversity and fosters a culture of performance and accountability. We invest in the growth and development of our employees by offering comprehensive training and leadership development opportunities. We encourage, value and reward innovation. Position Objective The Operations Manager is an active member of the Store Management team in providing leadership and mentorship ensuring operational excellence, optimizing staff performance, ensuring customer satisfaction while maximizing sales through all business levers. You will champion new procedures and processes, and deliver consistent execution of in store supply chain, cash operations, in-store ecommerce fulfillment, B2B sales and overall store operational effectiveness. The Operations Manager will facilitate training of store team members on store standard operating procedures and process improvementsResponsibilitiesCustomer Service Provides leadership to team and consistently coaches and follows up to ensure the delivery the service model standards are provided to each customer. Leads the B2B Mark’s Commercial Business function including order entry and management and coaching team to ensure accurate and timely ordering and delivery to customer. Provide exceptional omni-channel experience by offering in-store eCommerce sales and fulfilling eCommerce orders within defined service levels Support the customer experience through timely processing and movement of inventory to the salesfloorOperations: Implement, communicate and ensure compliance with all operating procedures, processes and policies Deliver performance metrics, process improvement and Lean techniques (how, when, who) Lead store inventory movement teams and support accuracy Manage scheduling and follow up of execution on shipping /receiving, eCommerce fulfillment operations, cash management, and operations systems & compliance Assists in preparation and execution of annual inventories. Follows and ensures compliance of all corporate LP, Cash and Audit, and OH&S policies and procedures. Responsible to assist in delivering annual corporate shrink targets through team education and enforcement of LP and audit standards, and inventory controls. Assumes responsibility for operations of the store Assumes responsibility for all operations of the store in the absence of the Store Manager Training Coach and develop store team through setting expectations, communication, coaching, feedback and ongoing support Create and communicate execution of Daily Game Plan for operations activities and store Supports SGM in coaching to improve any team and individual performance gaps and conducts ongoing coaching to team. Communicates in a clear and concise manner to team, leading effective Shift Starter meetings / coaching sessions. Follows up with team to complete required training within timeframes Facilitate and lead team meetings as necessary. Completes and holds team accountable to complete required Triangle Learning Academy training within timeframes Maintaining a positive work environment for staff.Leadership Continually motivates team and performance through recognition programs, store contests, customer compliments, etc. Maintain Mark’s performance management expectations (feedback/coaching); this includes progressive discipline where necessary. Promotes and maintains a positive and motivating work environment. Provides mentorship to teams and influences continuous growth, exemplifying Mark’s Leadership Brand.Required Skills and Experience Proven ability to coach, mentor and develop department team and store team, through setting expectations, communication, coaching, feedback and ongoing support Proven ability to build and manage a daily plan for the department and store Exceptional communication skills Excellent organizational skills Superior training and mentoring skills 3-5 years retail experience required High energy, enthusiasm and a drive to succeed Fundamental computer skills an assetDeliverables Achieves sales goals and store order fulfillment metrics Delivers on Triangle loyalty program targets Shrink at or below target Payroll managed to plan Expenses managed to plan Net Promoter Score Targets
Project Manager, Environmental
Englobe Corp., Greater Sudbury, ON, CA
Your Employer Dare to join Englobe Englobe, and its more than 2,600 people concerned about the environment daily, engage in sustainable engineering, process soils and biomass, and manage the quality and integrity of assets. At Englobe, we adopt innovative, human-centered management. We welcome new ideas and are open to discussion. We are determined to succeed in partnership with our teams. We offer A full range of benefits (group insurance with shared costs upon hiring, group RRSP); A telemedicine virtual healthcare service; An annual reimbursement of sports expenses; Opportunities for skills development; Flexible hours and ability to compress working hours; Internal policy to encourage telecommuting. Dare Englobe and lead a career marked by growth and accomplishments. Your ContributionAs an Environmental Project Manager you will work in collaboration with the Environment team. Your main responsibilities will be: Apply and promote Englobe's health and safety rules Conduct projects in the indoor and outdoor environmental field, including Phase I/II/III ESAs, Site remediation, Specifications and Tender Documents, Site Supervision, Demolition Consulting, Fuel Tank Audit/Management/Remediation, Waste Audits and Designated Substances/Hazardous Materials Surveys. Coordinate, supervise and perform research and field responsibilities; Manage and/or generate deliverable documentation of various projects including environmental technical documents, research projects, case studies, and non-technical reports; p repare proposals and qualification packages; conduct technical peer reviews of environmental reports. Consistently execute prescribed technical procedures and work plans. Participate in project management meetings, office meetings, health, and safety inspections. Actively market Englobe products and services to new and existing clients through business development initiatives including tradeshows. Maintain flexibility and adaptability to scheduling changes and occasional overtime, evening, or weekend work. Travel between worksites locally, provincially, and nationally to urban and remote areas for extended periods of time as required. Maintain a commitment to exceeding client expectations by consistently delivering high quality of work. Consistently maintain professionalism and objectivity while working with colleagues and clients who require varying degrees of support. Handle difficult situations with tact and diplomacy to maintain positive working relationships with all internal and external contacts. Conduct project administration tasks as required, including timesheet generation and project invoicing. Your ProfileU ndergraduate degree in Engineering or Environmental Sciences required, Masters' degree preferred. Minimum of 5 years' experience in a consulting environment. Extensive experience writing proposals, specifications, case studies, technical and non-technical reports. Solid understanding of provincial and federal regulatory requirements acquired through experience and education. Possession of a Professional Engineering (P.Eng) or Professional Geologist (P.Geo) designation is an asset. Excellent written and oral English communication skills; including public speaking and presentation skills. Strong organization and planning skills; strong research and technical writing skills. Ability to present information concisely and clearly. Ability to work independently as well as part of a team. Ability to problem-solve and tackle new assignments effectively and efficiently. Able to meet tight deadlines and work well under pressure. Exceptional leadership, communication, and people management skills. Excellent project and financial management skills. Strong business development orientation with professional, courteous demeanor. Possession of or eligibility to obtain security clearance required. Englobe welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. Qualifications:U ndergraduate degree in Engineering or Environmental Sciences required, Masters' degree preferred. Minimum of 5 years' experience in a consulting environment. Extensive experience writing proposals, specifications, case studies, technical and non-technical reports. Solid understanding of provincial and federal regulatory requirements acquired through experience and education. Possession of a Professional Engineering (P.Eng) or Professional Geologist (P.Geo) designation is an asset. Excellent written and oral English communication skills; including public speaking and presentation skills. Strong organization and planning skills; strong research and technical writing skills. Ability to present information concisely and clearly. Ability to work independently as well as part of a team. Ability to problem-solve and tackle new assignments effectively and efficiently. Able to meet tight deadlines and work well under pressure. Exceptional leadership, communication, and people management skills. Excellent project and financial management skills. Strong business development orientation with professional, courteous demeanor. Possession of or eligibility to obtain security clearance required. Englobe welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. Responsibilities: As an Environmental Project Manager you will work in collaboration with the Environment team. Your main responsibilities will be: Apply and promote Englobe's health and safety rules Conduct projects in the indoor and outdoor environmental field, including Phase I/II/III ESAs, Site remediation, Specifications and Tender Documents, Site Supervision, Demolition Consulting, Fuel Tank Audit/Management/Remediation, Waste Audits and Designated Substances/Hazardous Materials Surveys. Coordinate, supervise and perform research and field responsibilities; Manage and/or generate deliverable documentation of various projects including environmental technical documents, research projects, case studies, and non-technical reports; p repare proposals and qualification packages; conduct technical peer reviews of environmental reports. Consistently execute prescribed technical procedures and work plans. Participate in project management meetings, office meetings, health, and safety inspections. Actively market Englobe products and services to new and existing clients through business development initiatives including tradeshows. Maintain flexibility and adaptability to scheduling changes and occasional overtime, evening, or weekend work. Travel between worksites locally, provincially, and nationally to urban and remote areas for extended periods of time as required. Maintain a commitment to exceeding client expectations by consistently delivering high quality of work. Consistently maintain professionalism and objectivity while working with colleagues and clients who require varying degrees of support. Handle difficult situations with tact and diplomacy to maintain positive working relationships with all internal and external contacts. Conduct project administration tasks as required, including timesheet generation and project invoicing. Englobe Corp. adheres to employment equity and equal opportunity programs and encourages all women, visible minorities, Aboriginals and disabled persons to apply. Only selected candidates will be contacted.
Supervisor, Bridge Quality
Canadian National Railway, Capreol, ON
At CN, everyday brings new and exciting challenges. You can expect an interesting environment where you are part of making sure our business is running optimally and safely―helping keep the economy on track. We provide the kind of paid training and opportunities that long-term careers are built on and we recognize hard workers who strive to make a difference. You will be able to thrive in our close-knit, safety-focused culture working together as ONE TEAM. The careers we offer are meaningful because the work we do matters.  Join us! Job Summary The Supervisor, Bridge Quality is responsible for providing oversight to Regional Bridge Inspectors and ensuring annual program goals, departmental objectives, and deadlines are met through safe inspection practices. Main Responsibilities Supervision - 40% ·       Provide oversight of inspection personnel, equipment, and assets ·       Oversee the completion of annual Program goals and objectives ·       Establish weekly Inspector schedules to maximize productivity ·       Manage snooper truck schedules and utilization with Lead Inspectors ·       Ensure timely submission and thoroughness of inspection reports into the Bridge Condition System (BCS) ·       Ensure the Equipment Plant Inventory (EPI) is accurate and continually maintained ·       Provide constructive feedback and performance assessments of Direct Reports ·       Oversee staff activities to ensure they are aligned with Corporate policies and Regulatory mandates Program Management - 30% ·       Maintain weekly and monthly program performance metrics and identify deficiencies with the assistance of the Engineer, Bridge Quality ·       Assist the Senior Manager, Bridge Quality, including the Bridges and Structures Maintenance and Bridge Assessment Groups, with matters related to bridge quality ·       Organize venues associated with the Bridge Inspection Workshops (BIW) and Group Training, host Annual Program Kick-off Meetings and Quarterly Staff Video-Conference Calls ·       Coordinate and interact with Internal and Governing Authorities such as Municipalities, Townships, and Other Railway Operators, as required Field Activities - 30% ·       Assist Inspectors occasionally with measured inspections and field-based activities ·       Perform safety and inspection audits of Direct Reports ·       Ensure supervision is provided for Contractors and Consultants ·       Engage with Direct Reports to establish best practices and establish work quality consistency across the region Working Conditions The role is performed indoors and outdoors in various types of weather, environmental conditions, as well as remote locations. The incumbent must be available to work night shifts, weekdays, weekends, and holidays. The role requires being available on-call 24/7 to respond to critical incidences. Due to the nature of the role, the incumbent must be able to meet tight deadlines, handle pressure, and stress. The role requires occasional to regular travel (from 25 to 50%), without advance notice, which includes overnight stays away from home. The incumbent must meet all medical fitness to work at heights and have the ability to lift up to 50 lbs. Requirements Experience Bridge Inspector ·       Minimum 3 years of experience as a Bridge Inspector o   Lead Bridge Inspector experience* o   Minimum 5 years of experience* *Any experience for these above would be considered as an asset Education/Certification/Designation ·       Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in a Technical Program ·       Training in Bridge Inspection Workshop, Fall-Protection, and Confined-Space ·       Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering* *Any designation for these above would be considered as an asset Competencies ·       Considers ESG principles in all operations ·       Identifies potential safety and security risks ·       Collaborates with others and shares information ·       Sets direction and inspires others ·       Seeks and values all perspectives ·       Applies critical thinking ·       Innovates ·       Fluent in English both written and verbal Technical Skills/Knowledge ·       Knowledge of Canadian Rail Operating Rules (CROR) ·       Knowledge of Microsoft (MS) Office (Excel, PowerPoint, and Word), Systems, Applications and Products (SAP), Computer-Aided Design (CAD), and MS Project ·       Mastery of measured and detailed arm’s length and routine visual structural inspection procedures  About CN CN is a world-class transportation leader and trade-enabler. Essential to the economy, to the customers, and to the communities it serves, CN safely transports more than 300 million tons of natural resources, manufactured products, and finished goods throughout North America every year. As the only railroad connecting Canada’s Eastern and Western coasts with the Southern tip of the U.S. through a 19,500 mile rail network, CN and its affiliates have been contributing to community prosperity and sustainable trade since 1919. CN is committed to programs supporting social responsibility and environmental stewardship. At CN, we work as ONE TEAM, focused on safety, sustainability and our customers, providing operational and supply chain excellence to deliver results.CN requires that all employees be fully vaccinatedagainst COVID-19 and provide proof thereof as a condition of employment. TheCompany’s vaccination mandate extends to employees of our wholly ownedsubsidiaries as well as CN’s contractors, consultants, agents and suppliers andanyone who accesses CN properties in Canada. CN is an employment equity employer and we encourage all qualified candidates to apply. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only candidates under consideration will be contacted. Please monitor your email on a regular basis, as communication is primarily made through email. 
Part Time Customer Service Rep
Federal Express, Inc., Garson, Ontario
Company: FedEx Express CanadaJob Title: Part Time Customer Service RepJob Requisition Number: RC466991Job Family: FXE-CAN: Ops Customer ServiceTime Type: Part TimeWorker Sub-Type: RegularLanguage: EnglishLocations:8147 Aviation RoadGarson, Ontario P3L 1V4CanadaThis is an interview position.\n\nGENERAL SUMMARY\nTo provide accurate information and assistance to customers requiring direct customer interface. To perform administrative duties necessary for efficient operations. Promotes continued sales and generating potential incremental revenue wherever possible. FedEx Express Canada is required to ensure that all employees are fully vaccinated (+14 days). As a result, and as a condition of employment, any FedEx employee must be able to produce proof of full vaccination. FedEx Express Canada has an open Part Time Customer Service Representative position at our Sudbury location.Our people are the foundation of our success. The differentiator in the employment relationship we value with our employees is our open, fair and respectful people practices and our positive work environment.As a result, FedEx Express Canada has consistently been ranked in the top 50 Best (Platinum) Employers in Canada survey by Aon Hewitt and also placed amongst the 20 most respected brands in Canada. Position Summary: To provide accurate information and assistance to customers requiring direct customer interface. To perform administrative duties necessary for efficient operations. Promotes continued sales and generating potential incremental revenue wherever possible. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:High school diploma/equivalentMust have the ability to lift 70 lbs and to maneuver any package weighing up to 150 lbs with appropriate equipmentMust be able to complete and achieve minimum thresholds on any mandatory testing and trainingMust be able to operate in a PC windows environmentADDRESS: 8147 Aviation Rd, Garson ONHOURS DETAILS: Monday through Friday, 1:00PM TO 7:00PM and MON to FRI - 2 :00pm to 7:00 pm WAGE: $18.34/hourTotal Rewards Package:FedEx delivers a comprehensive total rewards program with a full spectrum of benefits to meet your diverse needs:Benefit plans: medical, health, dental, orthodontics, vision, etc.Pension planEducation assistance / tuition reimbursementCommunity involvement: Canadian Blood services; Disaster Readiness, Relief and RecoveryDiversityVacationDiscounts: travel & entertainment, health &lifestyle, home & auto and electronicsIND02DISCLAIMERThis job description is general in nature and is not designed to contain or to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to the job. The incumbent of this position is expected to perform all other duties as assigned, must be able to complete and achieve minimum thresholds on any mandatory testing and training, must be able to operate in an PC windows environment, have the ability to successfully complete all recurrence training and maintain annual accreditations where applicable and work varying shifts based on business needs. If the incumbent resides in the province of Quebec, you must be bilingual (French and English). In addition to the usual factors used in the selection process, all candidates for positions that require driving as a core competency require a valid driver's license (e.g. Class 5,G, or 1[AZ]) and a driving record with two or fewer violations and/or accidents in the 24 months prior to the date of application. Further, candidates will be assessed through careful consideration of: 1) their current driver's abstract; 2) their performance during application interviews; and 3) their performance on any driver competency assessments administeredSalary: . Date posted: 01/09/2022 05:19 PM
Publications & Online Sales Associate (FT, paid position)
, Greater Sudbury, Sudbury, Killarney, Ontario
​Main Job FunctionWorking under the supervision of the Executive Director, the incumbent’s primary responsibility will be to develop the FOKP approved publications and online retail operations.ResponsibilitiesPublication Update & E-Book ProductionUpdate the Killarney Provincial Park Canoe Guide, last printed in 2007Research changes to canoe routes, park access points and redundant detailsUpdate terminology to current techniques & equipmentKnowledge of current technology relating to E-Book & digitised print to transition a number of the guides to digital book publicationsOnline SalesProvide support to the FOKP online store through updates, new products with imagery in line with Killarney’s atmosphereImplement logistic & shipping changes to keep pace with the growing online marketSearch for diverse and unique environmental/educational products General OperationsFundraise with the FOKP key initiatives of Education, Environment and Recreational goals, aligned with Ontario ParksAssist in direct marketing and communication strategies, such as social media, to promote the Friends and increase memberships and donationsSupport in execution of on-site events and programs that meet the goals and objectives of FOKP as assigned.Provide assistance to members of the public who are interested in purchasing park maps, field guides, and other items available for purchase from FOKPProvide information about Killarney Provincial Park and FOKP’s mandate and activities.Skills RequirementsPublication SkillsWriting and Editorial backgroundExperience in style guides/documentation formattingBasic understanding of the publication process in CanadaFrench writing skills will be considered an assetExcellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skillsInitiative and the ability to work effectively with modest supervisionTechnical SkillsPrevious experience with Interior/Backcountry camping in a Provincial Park settingAn understanding of online retail management, including but not limited to shipping, tracking sales trends and inventory replenishment Experience with office software programs for digital book publication/transfers will be considered an assetLeadership SkillsKnowledge of Killarney Provincial Park and area and its associated natural and cultural resources is advantageous. The successful candidate however must be committed to a continual program of learning and development related to the Park and community.An understanding of non-profit administration is considered an asset.Mediating and negotiating skills to deal with normal and special situations are important. General ConditionsThe employees of FOKP work closely with the staff of Ontario Parks at Killarney Provincial Park. It is important that a friendly and harmonious relationship exist at all times. This is an on-site position at the Killarney Provincial Park Office. Accommodations may be provided if necessary. Who is eligible? Unemployed or underemployed youth (Priority will be given to applicants that are under the age of 30) who have graduated with a degree or diploma from a post secondary institution within the last three years, are legally entitled to work in Canada, and have not been previously employed under a FedNor Youth Internship funding agreement, or other federal or provincial internship with pay for a period of six (6) months or more.Candidates must have reliable transportation.Salary: This full-time position is partially funded by FedNor's Northern Ontario Development Program. The contract position is for a full year at $39,000.On site accomodations can be provided if necessary.Deadline to Appy: Monday, January 31, 2022 at 4:30pm ESTHow To ApplyInterested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter and resume to with the subject line Application for Publications & Online Sales Associate.
Front end clerk
Metro, Hanmer, ON
Position Title: Front end clerk Position Type: Permanent Requisition ID: 25771 Banner: Food Basics Employment Type: Part-Time Be in the action and help make the difference when serving our customers. Become a brand ambassador and share your passion for food with our customers! Our front-end team is fundamental to Metro’s overall success, our cashiers are significant to the shopping experience we provide our customers. If you are interested in joining, enjoy meeting new people and helping others, the Front-End Department is waiting for you! General Qualifications Customer service driven Strong Communication Skills Retail experience considered an asset. High attention to detail and basic level of numeracy skills Able to stand for extended periods Must be available to work flexible shifts which may include nights and weekends Metro values, respects and leverages the differences and competences of all employees from a variety of different backgrounds. We will consider all qualified applicants for employment. Metro is committed to accommodating applicants and employees with disabilities. Should you require an accommodation or wish to receive this application in an accessible format, please advise. Only applicants that meet the qualifications will be contacted. We respectfully request no calls or unsolicited resumes from agencies.
Transportation Supervisor Rover
Canadian National Railway, Capreol, ON
CN brings new and exciting challenges daily. If you are interested in growing your career and building an environment where you’re part of making sure our business is running optimally and safely―helping keep the economy on track, this is the opportunity for you. You will be able to thrive in our close-knit, safety-focused culture working together as ONE TEAM. The careers we offer are meaningful because the work we do matters.  Job Summary The Transportation Supervisor/West Rover may be called in to work a local terminal or a remote location (line points) and will directly oversee customer and main line operations plans. The incumbent will manage the day to day operations of a 24/7 function. In addition to Transportation Supervisor duties, the roles designated as “West Rover” will form part of a “Go-Team” that will be deployed to locations across the West on short notice, ensuring traffic fluidity across the Western Region. This support could include Supervisory, Administrative, and other Operations-type duties to support our local Operations teams at destination. Candidates in these roles will gain an understanding of multiple locations and territories across the West.Main Responsibilities   Safety Orientation, Understanding, Compliance and Enforcement Understand the organization, operational rules and regulationsCoach and train unionized employees on safe and productive work proceduresBuild safety compliance and improve safety results through regular safety observations; provide feedback (positive and constructive) to subordinates and take action on non-compliant behaviourEnsure safe operation as measured by accidents and incidents and employee injuriesAchieve weekly and monthly safety observation expectations and objectives in regards to the safety management planRespond and provide support to the Transportation Manager and Assistant Superintendent for crossing accidents and incidents or site of an injury to support employee reaction, work with police and manage the site until the track and service have been restoredResponsible for the draft submission of accident and injury investigation close outRespond and provide support to the Transportation Manager and Assistant Superintendent for a dangerous good incident or leak in a yard, liaise with the Dangerous Goods Officer and ensure employee and public well-being is upheldTrain, audit and enforce Standard Operating ProceduresPlay a role in the investigation of accidents and incidents Problem Solving and Decision Making Understand our internal systems, process, policies and procedures for solving issues and making decisions (Training will be provided)Maintain teamwork and order amongst staff, contractors, and internal clients by acting with a sense of urgency and respond to issues as they may ariseUse operational data in CN systems to identify opportunities to improve asset utilization and service reliability, taking action for own territory and making recommendations to CN’s network implicationOversee crew utilization, track deadheads, recrews and labour costs as well as improve the operations and cost control in conjunction with the Transportation Manager and Assistant Superintendent for the terminalSet recover plans for service exceptions in conjunction with Rail Traffic Control (RTC) centre, Transportation Manager and Assistant SuperintendentResponsible for overseeing accurate timely reporting of delays and identifying ways to reduce delays, managing, monitoring and improving Initial Terminal Delay and Final Terminal Delay Planning and Organizing Workload Understand service design and support tools in order to plan and organize workflow (Training will be provided)Work with rail traffic control to manage train line ups and train meets to predict estimated time of arrival and train crew needsManage crew productivity against switching standards, recommend improvements when appropriateKeep track of the yard status, service commitments, old dates, inbound arrivals, process traffic to reduce dwell, and ensure train connections and departures meet the service planDetermine best opportunity to move traffic against multiple demandsGive recommendations to cost control and asset utilization in all planning and implementationMonitor customers service plan and adjust General Leadership and Supervisions of both Union Workforce Understand the organizations desired leadership behaviours, communication expectations and enforcement of the collective agreementCommunicate company goals and policies to create clear understanding of direction and expectations to unionized employeesConduct investigations per collective agreement and issue discipline with support from Trainmaster or Assistant Superintendent as well as Labour relationsDevelop and sustain the right employee behaviours with feedback, recognition, reinforcement and coachingProcess the administration leave of absence and time off requests (varies depending on location) Performance Management, Training and Onboarding Evaluate employee performance and review performance expectations, actual performance, and overall performance ratingsConduct onboarding conversations to ensure employees are adopting proper work practices, and have the knowledge, tools and understanding to perform their job safely and efficientlyIdentify and coach performance deficiencies, and take action to build required behaviour Share best practices, information, operational concerns and company information in order to create transparency and clear understanding of company direction and expectations Working Conditions The role has irregular hours and multiple work locations across our Canadian network (including nights, weekends, holidays). The incumbent will work in a combination of an office environment and the outdoors in various types of weather and environmental conditions. The role requires travel for company business without advance notice which may include responding to unexpected emergency or urgent situations. The Transportation Supervisor/West Rover has an overall commitment to safety, while working in conjunction with collective agreement. Requirements Experience Industrial Work Industrial work experience demonstrating progression of responsibility and complexity in a safety-compliant environmentCompleted or close to completion of CN conductor qualifications4 years of supervisory experience - management or with unionized employees* *Any experience for these above would be considered as an asset Education/Certification/Designation High School DiplomaValid Driver’s LicenceCertified Conductor or Locomotive Engineer*Degree in Business or Logistics* *Any education for these above would be considered as an asset Competencies Knows the business and stays current with industry trends to elevate expertise and workTracks metrics to achieve ambitious targets and holds self accountable to meet performance expectationsInspires others with impactful communications and adapts well to its audienceMakes informed and timely decisions to succeedShows initiative and empowers others to raise our collective gameImproves processes on a continuous basis to enhance safety, security and to reduce CN's environmental footprintIdentifies risks and anticipates impacts to ensure a safe and secure environmentTime managementProject management Technical Skills/Knowledge  General Microsoft and computer skills; especially: Excel, Word, SRS, SAP, PAP, Applications such as RTBI, DataCity, SmartYard Comprehensive knowledge of safe rail operating practices About CN As a leading North American transportation and logistics company, CN is a true backbone of the economy. With a team of approximately 25,000 railroaders, our focus is on moving both our company and the economy forward. We transport US$200 billion worth of goods annually for a wide range of business sectors from resource to manufactured products to consumer goods, across a 20,000-mile network spanning Canada and mid-America. CN is the only Canadian company listed in the Transportation and Transportation Infrastructure sector of the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI). Launched in 1999, the DJSI World represents the gold standard for corporate sustainability. At CN, we work as ONE TEAM, focused on safety, sustainability and our customers, providing operational and supply chain excellence to deliver results.Effective November 1, 2021,CN requires that all employees in Canada be fully vaccinatedagainst COVID-19 and provide proof thereof as a condition ofemployment. The Company’s vaccination mandate extends to employees of ourwholly owned subsidiaries as well as CN’s contractors, consultants, agents andsuppliers and anyone who accesses CN properties in Canada. CN is an employment equity employer and we encourage all qualified candidates to apply. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only candidates under consideration will be contacted. Please monitor your email on a regular basis, as communication is primarily made through email.