Heavy Truck Operators - Openings At Raytheon
Date: May 23, 2017
Location: Iqaluit, Nunavut
Heavy Truck Drivers - Your skills are valued and needed at Raytheon, a leading global supply chain operartor. Working in the Canadian Arctic, Raytheon needs drivers who operate with discretion and diligence for a highly specialized area. Drivers will be performing multiple duties, and above all, driving with the utmost level of diligence and professionality.
Job Duties include:
Safe operation of heavy equipment (trucks, bus, dump truck, fork lift)
Assisting vehicle mechanic and other trades as required
Cleaning vehicles, fuel dips, fuel transfers
Responsible for cleanliness of buildings where MSE are kept
Fueling, loading and unloading helicopter
Assisting with sea lift
Shoveling snow / grounds
Responding to site preservation emergencies and environmental emergencies
Conducting and documenting accident investigations
Secondary duties, as required, may include but not limited to: participating on the Fire Brigade; providing bear protection; assisting in the maintenance of the LSS library; conducting environmental, safety, security and quality checks and audits, general housekeeping in support of a healthy and safe workplace environment and taking proactive and corrective measures in these areas
Other duties as assigned.
High School diploma or equivalent experience
Minimum 2 years as licensed Heavy Equipment Operator with airbrake endorsement
Valid Class G drivers’ license and valid heavy equipment license(s)
Experience operating equipment, ie. dozers, loaders, graders, dump trucks
Desirable skills and experiences
Must be familiar safety regulations and practices.
Direct work experience on the North Warning System will be preferred.
Familiarity with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Must be Standard First Aid trained, including CPR Level A, and hold a valid certificate.
Must be comfortable working in and flying to remote Arctic locations via helicopter and/or smaller fixed wing aircraft.
Must possess serviceable safety boots that meet standards for workplace safety.
Effective written and verbal skills (English).
Possession and Acquisition License (PAL) would be considered an asset.
Ability to travel as part of a small team to and from locations, including personal meal preparation and tidying.
Must be able to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) including Fall Arrest Harness, as required
Ability to work under physically demanding, often adverse weather conditions in remote Arctic locations
Cultural awareness and sensitivity and an understanding of work in the Canadian Arctic.