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FS PARTNERS Jobs | Operator 3 Careers Opportunity In Delhi, Ontario

FS PARTNERS Opened Hiring On Their Official Careers Portal, Job Seekers Who Are Eligible And Interested To Work With FS PARTNERS As A Operator 3, Now They Can Apply For FS PARTNERS Jobs. This Is Great Career Opportunity For Those Candidates Who Are Looking For A Employment Opportunity On FS PARTNERS Careers Portal. Candidates Need Experience From Relevant Field And Required Qualification. Selected Candidates Will Get A Pay Of Around $17.95 an hour. FS PARTNERS Jobs In Delhi, Ontario.

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Recruiting Agency / Department :- FS PARTNERS

Vacant Position :- NO JOBS AVAILABLE AT TIME

Job Location :- Jobs In Delhi, Ontario

Jobs Type :- FS PARTNERS Jobs Canada

Salary :- $17.95 an hour

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FS PARTNERS Jobs In Ontario, Canada Full Job Description

    • Operator 3 – FS Partners – Delhi, ON

      POSTING DATES: At least 5 business days
      HIRING MANAGER:Jason Murray
      LOCATION: Delhi, ON
      PURPOSE AND SUMMARY STATEMENT
      Under the direction of the Branch Manager, the Operator 3 is responsible for the daily supervision of operations staff, as well as the day to day safe operation and maintenance and/or security of equipment and machinery of moderate capital value, such as custom application truck and plant equipment .
      Coordinates the various business segments, and related services, ensuring that functions are carried out in a safe efficient manner while delivering value to customers. This position requires a working knowledge and proper handling of crop protection, seed, grain, delivery, application and bulk & bagged fertilizer and overall operations. May be required to work at the elevator, in the shop, and/or deliver product with trucks from the elevator, warehouse and store.
      SUPERVISION AND LEADERSHIP
      Schedules shifts during busy or peak seasons to ensure proper staffing requirements are met, as well as trains operational employees on proper operating procedures of equipment; Works with the Branch Manager to manage expense budgets and staffing levels.
      ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
      Schedules shipping and receiving of products and services and ensures the proper receiving of product going in or out of the location is recorded accurately and in a timely manner.
      Arranges work schedules and determines production and delivery priorities, based on the orders received and on a least cost basis.
      Responsible for ensuring full utilization of assets and proper cleanliness practices are continuously being followed. Ensures the overall appearance of the inside and outside of the premises is maintained in a professional and organized manner to promote and enhance the image of the Company.
      May be required to operate heavy equipment (i.e. spray applicator), in a safe and effective manner in order to minimize risk, injury, property damage, or loss of life.
      Mixes and applies crop inputs to fields and growing crops according to recommended rates, procedures, and following all pesticide labels. Records application data according to regulations and standards.
      Drives and operates plant equipment and machinery, such as, bobcat, grain dryer and grain fertilizer elevators, forklifts and/or trucks safely which includes performing the required daily checks to minimize risks, injury, and property damage, inside and/or outside the facility as required. Operates equipment (i.e. forklifts, crop applicators) in accordance with established safety standards and proper vehicle operation techniques.
      Performs and records daily safety checks of assigned vehicle(s) and associated equipment by conducting pre-trip inspections such as checking fuel and oil levels, inspecting tires, lights, and brakes. Follows the preventative maintenance program and keeps truck clean to maintain professional appearance.
      Loads and unloads containers, pallets, or materials and products, safely on trucks, trailers, or railcars by hand or by forklift truck.
      Ensures the safe operation of equipment used in moving goods within the storage facility; also regularly cleans and maintains all equipment and/or vehicles used in receiving and shipping and keeps the storage facilities clean, organized, and presentable at all times in compliance with GROWMARK’s Workplace Health & Safety.
      Maintenance of equipment and/or vehicles includes: lubricating parts, checking fluid levels, refilling equipment tanks and replacing filters in order to improve performance.
      Transports custom blended fertilizers, chemicals, seed, and various equipment and ensures all associated documentation, including bills of ladings, shipping tickets are accurate and completed according to schedule.
      Ensures that product in storage meets quality standards and is stored and handled in a safe and organized manner.
      Receives grain and grades by sampling, testing, and weighing the product to ensure quality aligns with GROWMARK’s standards, as well as dries, stores, and ships grain as required.
      Blends fertilizer, weighs tanks, assists in inventory pre-listing and physical counting, as required and creates blend sheet on daily production schedules for general fertilizer products, as well as pesticide combination products.
      Ensures that proper vouchers are completed on all incoming goods and verifies the correctness of receipts against bills of lading or other records, checks for shortages, identifies damaged goods, etc.
      Completes all assigned record-keeping duties, such as vehicle logs, records of sales, delivery information, and application records, in a timely manner.
      Sets up material handling, blending, manufacturing, storage, transport and application equipment for blending and delivery of products, such as fertilizer chemicals, and/or grain, according to recommended rates and procedures.
      Counts inventory on a monthly basis and records this inventory on count sheets to be calculated by Branch Manager.
      May be required to weld machinery and other equipment, as necessary.
      OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS
      Actively participates in education and training provided by GROWMARK with the purpose of maintaining and developing technical and industry knowledge and to enhance customer service.
      Adheres to all company policies, procedures, and business ethics codes in all areas, e.g. safety, credit, proper management of assets, pricing, uniforms, etc. and maintains the appropriate professional image.
      Follows the GROWMARK Workplace Health, Safety & Environmental policies, and procedures. Under the Occupational Health and Safety act (OHSA) a supervisor must: ensure that a worker complies with the Act and regulations; ensure that any equipment, protective device or clothing required by the employer is used or worn by the worker; advise a worker of any potential or actual health or safety dangers known by the supervisor; if prescribed, provide a worker with written instructions about the measures and procedures to be taken for the worker’s protection and take every precaution reasonable in the circumstances for the protection of workers
      Performs other duties as assigned.
      REQUIREMENTS
       
      Education and Experience
      Normally requires a high school diploma or equivalent, or a combination of experience and training to provide the required knowledge and skills to safely operate transportation equipment, along with supervisory experience to provide daily leadership to all production personnel.
      Requires, or has the ability to obtain a current Ag Exterminator License, and Nutrient Technician License. Must also possess a valid driver’s license (AZ or DZ); a driving abstract that represents a history of safe operation, as well as the ability to maintain insurability.
      Functional Competencies
      Demonstrated leadership and team building skills and the ability to work independently and in a team-oriented environment.
      Understanding and experience with production scheduling, inventory management, equipment maintenance, operation records, and expense control.
      Demonstrated planning, organization, time management, and problem-solving skills.
      Demonstrated ability to efficiently work with office computer programs in order to maintain inventory system, send and receive electronic mail, perform word processing, access information over the internet or intranet.
      Demonstrated strong reasoning ability to solve practical problems and handle customer, supervise staff and operational issues and effectively explores alternatives and positions to reach outcomes that gain all parties’ support and acceptance.
      Demonstrates safe driving techniques, with ability to operate a commercial motor vehicle safely and efficiently in adverse road, weather, and traffic conditions; demonstrated time management such as determining cost efficient routes, and time efficient scheduling of deliveries.
      Core Competencies
      Demonstrated GROWMARK core competencies, including business knowledge, collaboration, communication, customer focus, decision-making, and skill development.
      Other Requirements
      May be required to work extended hours, particularly during peak seasons.
      Must have or be able to obtain various licenses, permits and certificates, as required, e.g.: forklift certification, TDG as well as must have and maintain a valid class G or DZ driver’s license (depending on work location), and a clean driving abstract.
      Must be able to be trained in GROWMARK’s Workplace Health, Safety & Environmental policies, and procedures, including Accident Reporting, Emergency Response Plan, Fire Safety, General Safety Rules, Health & Safety Rights, Health & Safety Roles and Responsibilities, Safe Manual Lifting, Slips Trips and Falls, and WHMIS.
      May be required to be trained in the following: Agriculture Exterminator, Chemical Handling and Spills Response, Confined Space, Defensive Driving, Grain Handling, Hot Work, Lifting Devices (Forklift, Payloader, Skidsteer), Lockout/Tagout, Nutrient Technician, Pesticide Vendor, Respirator Fit Testing, Transportation of Dangerous Goods, Working at Heights/Fall Arrest.
      JOB SPECIFICATIONS
      Mental Effort
      The incumbent works independently within established policies and work procedures set by the Branch Manager, and is called upon to make decisions that involve weighing alternatives within a framework of customary practice.
      Requires periods of concentration normally moderate to occasionally high in intensity, and attention to detail when trying to pay attention to detail while driving, spraying customer’s fields, operating various pieces of equipment; handling various customer needs and/or complaints, regarding skips, overlaps, tire skids, spraying through waterways, and spills during reloading; when preparing various reports, establishing marketing plans.
      The incumbent may also encounter moderate to occasionally high mental stress increases prior to and during month and activities, during peak season, which may require overtime, including weekend work due to machinery breakdowns and/or absenteeism, when handling customer queries/issues, other departments and manager’s requirements, and when handling operational issues. Training of new employees can be frustrating, and distracting especially when dealing with time constraints
      Physical Effort
      There are frequently physical demands to accomplish tasks that may be occasionally uncomfortable, such as standing or sitting for long periods of time, repetitive turning, pulling, reaching, and climbing on and off equipment and bins, crawling, bending, stooping such as when inspecting the underside of the equipment, checking tires, or (un)loading product
      Operators are often expected to load and unload freight that may occasionally require considerable physical effort; this may include manual lifting, loading, and putting away bags of seed, fertilizer, and/or jugs of chemicals weighing up to 50 lbs., and on occasion up to 100 lbs. may be required. Occasional climbing of stairways or ladders up to approximately 170 feet may be required to check inventories and/or perform maintenance and repairs of power blenders and grain bins.
      Working Conditions
      Environmental working conditions both indoors and outdoors vary and employee may encounter vibration, noise, odors, and exposure to varied surfaces, varied lighting, and confined and congested areas. Typical conditions are such that moderate risk of injury is possible to self or others, such as when lifting, loading and unloading freight; hand injuries are common such as incurring cuts, scrapes from sharp edges and pinch points; Gloves worn throughout most of the day may cause skin irritations.
      The Operator 3 may be exposed to a moderate amount of climbing and working at heights up to 180 feet in grain elevators. This may cause some emotional and/or physical discomfort.
      The Operator 3 is continuously exposed to dust, agricultural chemicals, fertilizers, fumes and smells from gasoline, propane, diesel, fuel, and lubricants, which may lead to headaches, and skin irritation.
      The Operator 3 can encounter all kinds of road, weather and traffic conditions and may on occasion load and unload freight in varying weather conditions at company or customer facilities.
      CSA approved safety boots are mandatory safety attire which may make the wearer warmer than is comfortable at times. Other personal protective equipment maybe required to be worn such as hard hats, coveralls, safety glasses, hearing protection, dust masks, respiratory equipment and fall arrest equipment.
      DISCLAIMER:
      The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to the classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required of personnel so classified. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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