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  • Purchasing Clerk

    Job Category: Purchasing

    Location: Leamington, ON

    We are currently seeking an applicant to join our team as a full-time Purchasing Clerk at our greenhouse operation in Leamington, ON.

    Job Details

    The Purchasing Clerk supports business and purchasing department activities by sourcing and ordering quality supplies and raw materials. They report directly to the Purchasing Manager and provide administrative support,  maintain inventory and purchase records throughout the procurement process.

    Job Responsibilities:

    • Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
      • Issues purchases orders, track all purchases and enters supporting documents into Connect Wise
      • Works closely with:
        • Maintenance to ensure proper products are sourced
        • The Supply Crib to ensure the correct products are in stock
        • Accounting to ensure proper record keeping of purchases is achieved
      • Ensures all purchases are assigned to a job or stock
      • Receives incoming products as required
      • Resolves any billing issues/errors related to a Purchase Order
      • Accurately tracks and monitors all open purchase orders; ensuring pricing, quantity and ship dates are met
      • Invoices reconciliations regarding any outstanding discrepancies.
      • Provides regular updates to internal department and the Purchasing team on inbound shipments.
      • Assists the Inventory Control team with maintaining proper inventory levels and ensures inventory control measures are performed in an efficient and timely manner.
      • Sources quality Greenhouse RMO supplies and ensures they arrive at the time required
      • Sends out RFQ’s to new vendors for competitive quoting
      • Maintains positive working relationships with key suppliers on an ongoing basis
      • Ensures that the Food Safety and Quality Policy requirements are communicated to all Nature Fresh suppliers
      • Uses Connect Wise to track suppliers and contacts
      • Other tasks and responsibilities requested by management.

    Job Requirements:

    • Previous purchasing experience within the produce industry would be considered an asset
    • Strong administrative and data entry skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required
    • Strong computer skills with Windows applications and ability to navigate the internet comfortably
    • Ability to maintain professional and respectful relationships at all levels within the organization and with vendors/suppliers
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment; multitasking and prioritizing work while being attentive to details
    • Good team player with a positive attitude and an enthusiasm to work and learn.
    • Ability to embrace and adapt to the rapid growth, innovation, and development of the company

    Workplace Conditions

    • Walking, sitting and standing throughout the day
    • Working with a wide array of people/cultures in a team setting.
    • Hours will fluctuate according to the ongoing needs of the business
    • Working with minimal supervision during the day but also communicating with the Purchasing team and various departments throughout the day

    Compensation: Based on experience.

    If you are interested in this exciting opportunity and want to join our dynamic team, we encourage you to apply through Indeed or Nature Fresh company website.

    We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity, however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

    We Grow. Together

    Does this job seem suited for you? Apply now!

  • Network Technician

    Job Category: Farm

    Location: Leamington, ON

    We are currently seeking an applicant to join our team as a full-time Network Technician at our greenhouse operation in Leamington, ON.

    Job Responsibilities

    With over 600 employees, our Network Technician plays an integral role in keeping our company connected and ensuring all our employees can communicate seamlessly with one another and utilize all of our technology without issues. As our company continues to grow, we are looking for an individual who enjoys working in a collaborative team and is open to multi-tasking within our fast-paced, dynamic environment.

    Job Duties

    The successful candidate’s job duties include, but are not limited to:

    • Address work orders and project tasks related with network, system, software, and end-user support.
    • Provide end-user remote support using ConnectWise Automate RMM
    • Document effort and enter ticket notes with ConnectWise Manage PSA and Automate RMM systems
    • Administrate and provision user accounts using hybrid Microsoft Azure Active Directory and Microsoft 365
    • Provision and support desktop, laptop, mobile devices, cellular phones, and VoIP phones for users
    • Install and configure enterprise network equipment including routers, enterprise switches and Wi-Fi.
    • Setup and configure access to shared printers, multifunction devices and packing line printers.
    • Configure and administer file and printer shares.
    • Troubleshoot network, server, and desktop incidents.
    • Perform fixes to desktops and laptops including installing and upgrading software, installing hardware peripherals, and configuring systems and applications.
    • Ensure system security is maintained by installing and updating enterprise antivirus and antimalware.
    • Install and configure IP cameras.
    • Assist with structure network cabling and server rack patch panel installations.
    • Provide after-hours support during scheduled on-call rotations escalating issues the team as required.
    • Provide excellent customer service and support to non-technical users.
    • Participate in the creation and update of network documentation, SOPS and help documents.
    • Participate in the planning, installation, configuration, and maintenance of server-based systems.

    Technical Requirements

    Demonstrated experience and knowledge in the following areas:

    • Structured cabling techniques including termination, verification, qualification and certification of network cabling, ability to terminate fiber optic is an asset.
    • Installing, configuring, and managing enterprise wireless infrastructure
    • Installing, configuring, and managing enterprise switch environments
    • Troubleshooting network, server, and system issues both remotely and on-site
    • Supporting current desktop and cloud-based applications (ex: Microsoft 365)
    • Administering converged VMI from Microsoft (Hyper-V) and VMware (VxRail)
    • Planning, deploying, and managing virtual desktop and virtual application environments.
    • Maintaining current backup and data replication infrastructure
    • Administering and supporting Windows Server 2012 R2 and beyond
    • Installing, managing, and supporting Microsoft DHCP, DNS, Active Directory, File and Print Services
    • Working knowledge implementing and supporting Azure Active Directory
    • Installing, managing, and supporting Microsoft SQL Server
    • Administering and supporting domain‑joined Windows 10 with Group Policy
    • Implementing and administering security measures in an enterprise IT environment
    • Planning and deploying Layer 3, Firewall, SD-WAN and VPN technologies is an asset.
    • Deploying and managing multi-factor authentication is an asset.
    • Knowledge of advanced computing hardware, including desktops, laptops, mobile devices, VoIP phones, network printers and multifunction devices.

    Job Requirements

    • High School Diploma or equivalent required
    • Degree or certificate from a program in Network Administration and Support and Information Systems or related field is preferred.
    • 3+ years equivalent work experience in a network support role
    • 3+ years equivalent work experience in a Help Desk technical role.
    • Relevant work experience in supporting a greenhouse production environment is a definite asset.
    • Current IT industry certification (MCP, MCDST, MCSA, CompTIA A+, Network+, VCSA) is an asset.
    • Exceptional interpersonal and communications skills – fluent in written and oral English. Multilingual especially Spanish is a plus.
    • Highly self-motivated, self-directed, excellent attention to detail
    • Able to effectively work independently and collaborate with a team.
    • Able to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment.
    • Experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.
    • Able to research IT technical topics and apply critical thinking and experience to apply solutions.
    • Excellent consulting and customer service skills; able to review customer business IT requirements and position solutions.
    • Ability to present technology ideas and concepts to non-technical users.
    • Proven analytical, troubleshooting, and problem-solving abilities.
    • Able to prepare network and system documentation.
    • Able to maintain a high-level of confidentiality with company information.
    • Must be available to work Monday to Friday and occasional Saturdays with rotating after-hours and weekend on-call.
    • A valid driver’s license is required.

    Workplace Conditions

    • Walking, sitting, and standing throughout the day.
    • Working conditions in a range of temperatures (refrigerated to hot/cold greenhouse environment)
    • Must be able to lift up to 30 lbs. without assistance.
    • Office work with some travel between greenhouse operations required.
    • Ability to work safely at heights using a Genie boom or Skyjack is an asset.

    Compensation will be based on experience.

    If you are interested in this exciting opportunity and want to join our dynamic team, we encourage you to apply by fax at 519-326-6356 or through www.naturefresh.ca.

    We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity, however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

    We Grow. Together

    Does this job seem suited for you? Apply now!

  • Greenhouse Construction/Project Crew

    Job Category: Farm

    Location: Leamington, ON

    Job Details:

    We are currently looking for 8 Construction Workers for our new greenhouse builds. The ideal candidates should have greenhouse construction background, are hardworking and enjoy performing a variety of tasks within a team environment.

    Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • Assisting with varied greenhouse and other construction projects
    • Installing internal irrigation systems, general plumbing
    • Using hand and power tools, common construction tools to cut, bend, connect and place various materials.
    • Lifting, carrying, and distributing construction materials (up to 50 lbs.)
    • Operating simple construction machinery, such as excavation bobcats
    • Operating aerial lifts and working at heights up to 10 m.
    • Assisting managers and follow instructions.
    • Basic maintenance on equipment, as needed.
    • Assisting with other duties as assigned

    Job Requirements:

    • Must be able to perform physical labour for extended periods of time.
    • Good fitness level with the ability to frequently lift 30-50lbs.
    • Ability to operate and/or maintain various light equipment and tools is a definite asset.
    • Good communication skills
    • Ability to work well in a team environment.
    • Must be dependable, punctual, and able to take and follow instructions.
    • Must have a Health and Safety mindset
    • Strong attention to detail
    • A Valid driver’s license is an asset.
    • Safety shoes are required.
    • Must be willing to be trained to work at heights and in high temperature environments during the summer months.
    • Must be available to work Monday to Saturdays depending on company needs.

    Working Conditions:

    • Working outdoors will be exposed to extreme heat or all other weather conditions.
    • Walking, standing, kneeling bending, twisting over long periods of time.
    • Working with supervision for most of the day

    Salary: $22-$30/hour depending on skills and experience

    If you are interested in this exciting opportunity and want to join our dynamic team, we encourage you to apply by fax at 519-326-6356, or through www.indeed.ca or www.naturefresh.ca.

    We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity, however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

    We Grow. Together

    Does this job seem suited for you? Apply now!

  • Operations Manager

    Job Category: Farm

    Location: Leamington, ON

    JK Farms is a joint venture operation with Nature Fresh Farms Inc. We are a 30-acre state-of-the art greenhouse facility that is committed to quality tomato production. We are seeking an energetic Operations Manager with lots of initiative, and drive to manage all aspects of the operations.

    Job Details

    The Operations Manager is responsible for Farm operations; overseeing each department from the Growers to production to administration; to ensure all departments are running as smoothly and efficiently and are working together to grow and deliver high quality produce that meets the expectations of our clients and consumers. This is a hands-on role requiring a positive leader who is not afraid of challenges, is good at problem-solving and will roll up their sleeves and handle anything thrown at them.

    Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • Directly responsible for the greenhouse and warehouse operations, IPM program, Energy, Growers, Maintenance, Purchasing, Human Resources, IT, Finance and Administration.
    • Works with the Owner to establish short and long-term operational goals that fit within the overall operational objectives.
    • Provides leadership and fosters a work environment of positive energy, creativity, teamwork and collaboration between departments and employees.
    • Sets objectives for each department, communicates, coaches, and holds staff and supervisors accountable for achieving agreed objectives.
    • Establishes and ensures implementation of departmental policies, procedures, and technology.
    • Determines staffing requirements, screens, and hires suitable candidates.
    • Conducts regular meetings with management to review operational issues and set objectives.
    • Mitigates operational risks and makes effective and timely decisions to ensure the operations runs smoothly.
    • Proactively resolves employee issues through proper communication, coaching and problem resolution.
    • Monitors the working environment to ensure that Company, Labour, Occupational Health and Safety and Food Safety policies and regulations are complied with.
    • Sources and hires outside contractors and suppliers as required to maintain the facility.
    • Oversees and works within the established budgets; measures productivity and areas for improvement.
    • Completes annual performance reviews and compensation processes.

    Job Requirements:

    • Post-secondary education in Management or Business is preferred
    • 5+ years of successful experience managing all aspects of a production facility, planning, budgeting, resource allocation, coordination of staffing and leadership management.
    • Must have a diverse knowledge of agriculture, greenhouse and warehouse operations, Finance, Purchasing, HR, Health & Safety, etc.
    • High degree of confidentiality and integrity required regarding all aspects of the business.
    • Ability to embrace challenges and use critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Delegation, negotiation, conflict management, stress tolerance, planning and organizing, time management and follow up skills are essential.
    • A demonstrated commitment to high professional ethical standards in a diverse workplace
    • Reliable memory; attention to detail
    • Good computer skills; MS Office experience
    • Respectful, positive attitude, flexible, accountable, honest, patient, and dependable
    • A Commitment to continuous learning
    • A valid driver’s license and use of a personal vehicle are required.
    • A valid passport and the ability to travel locally and internationally are

    Workplace Conditions:

    • Travels from one location to the next or phase to phase as required – extended walking, standing.
    • Works with a diverse group of employees and outside contracting companies.
    • Fast paced environment
    • The warehouses/greenhouses may be hot, humid moist or cold at any time of the year.
    • Exposure to pests in the greenhouse
    • Works Monday-Saturday, non-standard work hours. Flexibility with work schedule is required.

    Salary: Depending on skills and experience.

    If you are interested in this exciting opportunity and want to join our dynamic team, we encourage you to apply by fax at 519-326-6356, or through www.indeed.ca or www.naturefresh.ca.

    We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity, however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

    We Grow. Together

    Does this job seem suited for you? Apply now!

  • Shipping & Receiving Forklift Operator

    Job Category: Warehouse

    Location: Delta, OH

    We are currently seeking an applicant to fill a full-time position as a Forklift Driver – Shipping and Receiving at our greenhouse operation in Delta, OH.

    Job Details: Forklift Operators ensure that contamination of our products has not occurred by following all policies and procedures set out by Nature Fresh Farms. In the event of an absence, the Shipping Supervisor will appoint another employee who has been fully trained and is competent to complete the job duties pertaining to the position of Shipping & Receiving Forklift Operator.

    Job Responsibilities

    • Loading and unloading trucks, unpacking received goods
    • Inspection and verification of all shipments and incoming goods against packing slips
    • Completes “food safety checks"
    • Outbound – Forklift Operator is required to complete the inspection outlined on Pick Ticket
    • Uses the Pick Ticket(s) and loading sheet to load proper products
    • Confirms all NatureFresh Farms Inc. inspection labels are removed
    • Tracks type of pallets (blue or other) recorded at the bottom of Pick Ticket
    • Overages – removes cases for produce over-shippedt
    • Incorrect Produce due to coloring, size, or commodity - Notifies the Shipping Supervisor about any irregularities
    • Mislabeled packs or boxes (Country of Origin, pack size, pack weight, box weight) – Notifies the Shipping Supervisor of any mislabeled products
    • When any discrepancies are corrected, Forklift Operator completes loading trailer and signs off on Pick Ticket
    • Completes various cleaning thorughout the facility

    Job Requirements

    • Steel toed shoes mandatory
    • Employee is able to complete all work duties and procedures efficiently, according to instructions given by supervisor and/or manager. Employee can complete duties with minimal supervision
    • With an active and dynamic work environment, the Shipping & Receiving Forklift will be standing, walking, and bending.
    • Fast paced work environment; must be attentive to details and quality.
    • Must be able to frequently lift and/or move items over 50 pounds
    • Ability to work varying shifts including weekends and holidays

    Workplace Conditions

    • Walking, sitting and standing throughout the day
    • Hours will fluctuate according to the ongoing needs of the business, typical start times for this position will be
    • Working with minimal supervision during the day/night but also communicating with other departments as necessary
    • The warehouse may be cold at any time during the year

    Compensation will be based on experience.
    We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity, however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

    We Grow. Together

    Does this job seem suited for you? Apply now!

  • Commodity Coordinator Lead

    Job Category: Warehouse

    Location: Leamington, ON

    We are currently seeking an applicant to join our team and fill a full-time position as a Commodity Coordinator Lead at our Distribution Center in Leamington, ON.

    Job Details

    The Commodity Coordinator Lead assists the Quality Manager by communicating, training, planning, and coordinating the various tasks of the Commodity Coordinator Team at our Distribution Center in Leamington, ON. This position will also oversee/assist with order requirements and cross-references current inventory, inbound grower product, and inbound purchased product to determine rework, build, and shipment requirements on a daily/weekly basis.

    Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • Communicates regularly with the Commodity Coordinator team to ensure they are aware and follow their responsibilities and all company policies and procedures.
    • Provides hands-on training and follow up to new hires; however, training, development and coaching occur on an ongoing basis throughout the department.
    • Plans, delegates, and leads their team to improve performance and standards of quality through motivation and encouragement.
    • Manage inventory by making use of FIFO, LIFO and FEFO methods.
    • Ensure proper rotation is being followed by Shipping and Repack departments, communicate issues in daily inventory meetings.
    • Resolve after hours Allocation and Quality issues as required/needed.
    • Knowledgeable of all other Commodity Coordinator job duties and departmental processes/procedures to cover vacations and absences as required.
    • Daily communication, collaboration, and coordination with respective Commodity Manager.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Job Requirements:

    • 1-3 years of Commodity/Allocation experience.
    • Previous Supervisory experience is preferred.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to coach, delegate, provide direction to staff and resolve issues fairly.
    • Experience working with Excel and MS Dynamics Nav (or other ERP systems) considered an asset.
    • Excellent communication is a must for this role (oral and written).
    • Ability to maintain respectful relationships at all levels within and outside the organization.
    • Ability to work with minimal supervision in a team environment, some independent work.
    • Ability to work in a fast environment by multitasking and prioritizing work while being attentive to details and quality.
    • Ability to embrace and adapt to the rapid growth, innovation, and development of the company.
    • A valid driver’s license and use of a personal vehicle are required.
    • Ability to troubleshoot and take corrective action as needed.
    • Ability to address difficult situations confidentiality, professionally, and respectfully.
    • Must be available to work flexible hours including weekends and extended hours if needed.

     

    Workplace Conditions

    • Fast paced warehouse environment where temperatures vary from cooler to temperature-controlled areas.
    • Working with a wide array of people/cultures in a team setting. These include guest workers, locals, and vendors, etc.
    • Full time hours Monday to Friday with Saturdays and holidays (as needed).
    • There may be an occasional need for some heavy lifting and bending, twisting, and reaching as needed.
    • Balance between sitting, standing and walking throughout the warehouse – some desk work.
    • Full time hours Monday to Friday with half day Saturdays and holidays as needed.

    Salary/compensation will be based on experience.

    If you are interested in this exciting opportunity and want to join our dynamic team, we encourage you to apply by fax at 519-326-6356 or through Indeed or NatureFresh Farms website.

    We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity, however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

    We Grow. Together

    Does this job seem suited for you? Apply now!

  • Packaging Coordinator

    Job Category: Warehouse

    Location: Queretaro, MX

    We are currently seeking an applicant to join our team and fill a full-time position as a Packaging Coordinator at our operations in Queretaro, Mexico. This position reports directly to the Director of Packaging.

    Job Description

    The Packaging Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the purchasing function including, sourcing, materials, and supplies, managing vendors/suppliers/staff and maintaining control over inventory on hand for our operations in Mexico. They work closely with warehouse operations across North America to assist the company in establishing a purchasing strategy and budget.

    Job Specific Duties

    Job duties include, but are not limited to:

    • Managing, delegating, and organizing all activities within the Purchasing department including purchasing of all dry goods and services from internal and external organizations
    • Researching items requested, requesting a quote, ordering the most reasonable item based on price, warranty, service, quality and availability
    • Issuing P.O. numbers for all purchases
    • Managing incoming and pending orders and tracking all purchases and purchasing costs
    • Ensuring transfers are arranged to move packaging between internal and external locations as needed for production
    • Sales tracking, forecasting, and reporting of dry goods
    • Weekly reporting on the department to management
    • Attending trade shows/vendor meetings as needed to find new products and new product sources
    • Ensure vendor compliance with food safety standards
    • Maintain vendor scorecards to track vendor performance
    • Managing the department budget to meet the needs of the business
    • Processing returns and exchanges
    • Reporting and receiving credits for missing products that were not shipped
    • Enquiring about warranties, maintaining warranty records, requesting warranty services or replacements
    • Maintaining relationships with current vendors, meet with and vet new/potential vendors
    • Tracking inventory
    • Motivating, coaching, and training staff as needed
    • Participating in staff interview and hiring processes as needed
    • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications

    • 3-5 years’ experience in purchasing/procurement at an intermediate to senior level
    • 3-5 years supervisory experience
    • Ability to speak, read and write fluently in both Spanish and English is a requirement
    • Experiencing in greenhouse/produce industry would be a definite asset
    • Supply Chain Management, Procurement, Logistics and/or general business courses would be an asset
    • Demonstrated abilities to motivate and co-ordinate a team including coaching, employee development and leading teams to performance standards
    • Ability to maintain respectful relationships at all levels within and outside the organization while working in a fast-paced environment with time sensitive deadlines
    • Customer service orientation, strong level of professionalism and attention to detail
    • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office and computer systems are required
    • Ability to identify issues and problem solve using appropriate resources internally and externally
    • Ability to report to senior management in a timely and accurate manner
    • Strong communication abilities, active listening skills and written communication skills
    • A valid driver’s license and use of personal vehicle are required as needed.
    • A valid passport and ability to travel locally and internationally are required.

    Working Conditions

    • Mainly office setting with some warehouse/greenhouse as needed
    • Working with a wide array of people/cultures in a team setting.
    • Full time hours Monday to Friday with Saturdays and holidays (as needed).

    Physical Conditions

    • Walking, sitting, and standing throughout the day
    • There may be an occasional need for some heavy lifting (when needed)
    • Some travel amongst the different facilities within Mexico as well as internationally when needed.

    Compensation will be based on experience.

    If you are interested in this exciting opportunity and want to join our dynamic team, we encourage you to apply through www.naturefresh.ca.

    We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity, however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

    We Grow. Together

    Does this job seem suited for you? Apply now!

  • Health & Safety Specialist

    Job Category: Farm

    Location: Leamington, ON

    We are currently seeking an applicant to join our team and fill a full-time position as the Health & Safety Specialist at our greenhouse operation in Leamington, ON.

    Job Details

    The Health & Safety Specialist is a hands-on role that works cross-functionally with the Director of Corporate Compliance, H&S Coordinator,  the HR team, management, and employees at all levels to promote a positive safety culture, ensure H&S practices, training, and audits are implemented and followed consistently across all areas, and employee safety issues are handled promptly and fairly.

    Job Duties

    Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • Develops the annual health and safety plans, policies, programs, and procedures for the company based on the assessment of hazards, audit findings, changing legislation, and best practices while ensuring compliance with the Ministry of Labour.
    • Acts as an advisor/trainer to managers, supervisors, and employees on H&S policies, legislative requirements, and best practices; and assists them with implementations, providing coaching and support on specific employee issues.
    • In collaboration with the H&S Coordinator, investigates accidents, incidents, near misses, etc. thoroughly and responds appropriately through communicating, training, and following up with supervisors and employees. Also identifies and works with management to put remedies in place to prevent future accidents or injuries.
    • Creates and facilitates H&S training for new and existing employees, management, and visitors to ensure understanding of potential risks and expected behaviors within the company (WHMIS, lockout tag out, working at heights, fall protection, safety orientation, safe use of equipment - forklifts, hand tools, proper PPE, working alone, electrical work restrictions to licensed employees, Farm-related chemical applications and PPE, construction/enhancements by contractors, maintenance department skills alignment, appropriate licenses and permits for hazardous equipment).
    • Develops and manages internal H&S audits, visiting all sites to conduct inspections and risk assessments with the goal of reducing/addressing risks and ensuring compliance.
    • Chairs the Joint Health and Safety Committee, ensuring all action items are followed up on and committee members are adequately trained.
    • Overseeing the return to work and modified work programs, working closely with H&S Coordinator, Human Resources, the employee(s), their supervisors, and WSIB to ensure a safe and timely return to work.
    • Works with the H&S Coordinator on any complex WSIB claims, disputes or appeals; liaising and providing guidance where appropriate, ensuring yearly rebates are gained. Also ensures a return to work plans effective and managers/supervisors are supporting them.
    • Performs other related duties and projects as required.

    Job Requirements

    • College diploma in Health and Safety, or Industrial Relations an asset.
    • Minimum 3 years hands-on health and safety experience in either a production facility or agriculture are assets.
    • Working knowledge of GAP, GMP, HACCP, SQF an asset.
    • Solid knowledge of OHSA, WHMIS, and health and safety legislation, regulations
    • Knowledge of safety laws, health & safety best practices, workplace hazards, and control measures
    • First Aid and CPR certification a must
    • Able to build positive relationships, have a collaborative working style, and the  ability to explain safety programs/processes to employees in an understandable manner, and get buy-in
    • Able to work on cross-functionally with employees at all levels.
    • Able to design and deliver health and safety training programs and  safety orientations
    • Ability to manage multiple priorities across multiple sites; strong organization and detail orientation
    • Ability to influence implement and improve systems and processes; enforce standards and procedures and minimize non-conformance of standards; strong follow-through
    • Good documentation, report writing, and efficient document maintenance skills.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Good team player, positive attitude, flexible, adaptable. Is compassionate and assertive but fair
    • Good computer skills with Windows applications, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
    • Valid driver’s license and personal vehicle are required.
    • Spanish is a definite asset.

    Workplace Conditions

    • Daily travel from phase to phase – frequent walking/standing
    • Work with a variety of employees and teams from different cultural backgrounds, within different settings (greenhouse, warehouse, offices, etc.)
    • The greenhouse environment can be very hot, humid, moist, or cold for most of the year and there is exposure to pests.
    • Hours will fluctuate according to the ongoing needs of the business

    Compensation will be based on experience.

    If you are interested in this exciting opportunity and want to join our dynamic team, we encourage you to apply in person at 634 Mersea Rd 7, by fax at 519-326-6356

    We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity, however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

    We Grow. Together

    Does this job seem suited for you? Apply now!

Why Join Our Team?

Nature Fresh Farms is a growing company that is full of opportunities. A company of value. A company that believes in what it is doing. Everyone on the team plays an important part in our success and is highly valued. Being a growing company, we continuously have new positions becoming available and the excitement never ends.

Working with Nature Fresh Farms means working with the newest state-of-the-art technology. It means always being ahead of the curve and being innovative. Certain positions even involve traveling to different countries to learn about the newest technologies the market has to offer.

Nature Fresh Farms is a team atmosphere where everyone contributes their ideas and works together to make amazing things happen. We believe in giving our employees continuous opportunities to learn and we love watching each other grow.

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