When you join the Teal-Jones Group, you are joining a leader in the industry. The entrepreneurial spirit embedded throughout The Teal-Jones Group of companies started more than 70 years ago and today the company prides itself as being the largest privately held forest products company operating on the West Coast of Canada. We have built our success and continue to grow.
We provide a dynamic environment with competitive compensation. We encourage innovation and growth in a fast paced environment.
• Sort, stow and boom log bundles; daily production of 2,000-3,000 m3
• Keep log pocket organized and free of unsafe debris
• Monitor mechanical & Electrical operations of boat
• Keep hand tools in good working condition
• Continuously stepping on / off boom boat to bundles
• Occasional use of axes, peevee’s and pike poles
• Must have at least, 2 to 3 years of experience as a boom man
• Able to read and understand tide tables
• Clear understanding of Metric and Imperial measure (primarily metric)
• Ability to work a flexible schedule in order to work day, evening and weekend shifts
• Able to physically handle heavy materials safely and effectively
• Able to differentiate between different species types
THE TEAL-JONES GROUP OFFERS:
• A competitive wage and benefits program
• A commitment to safety standards
• A collaborative and respectful work environment
Become a part of our team by sending your cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Head Office: 17897 Triggs Road, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada V4N 4M8
The Teal-Jones Group is involved in timber harvesting and the manufacture of primary lumber products in the coastal region of British Columbia, Canada’s most westerly province. We produce a wide range of solid wood products including high quality appearance/decorative products, structural lumber for housing and general construction, special sizes and grades for re-manufacturing, as well as utility and lower grade products suitable for pallets, packaging and other industrial uses. These products are produced in the five softwood species that grow in the coastal region: Western hemlock – Hem-Fir (N), Douglas fir (N), Western red cedar, Yellow cedar and Sitka spruce.