Are you looking to start your career at a thriving and welcoming company?
Do you want to work every day with awesome people who want you to succeed – and rely on you for their success too?
If so, we’re Walker Aggregates & Construction and we want to hear from you.
Walker Aggregates, a division of Walker Industries, supplies high quality aggregates and asphalt to communities across much of Ontario. With locations in Simcoe, Grey Bruce and Essex Counties as well as the Niagara Region, Walker Aggregates operates eight quarries, eight sand & gravel pits and two asphalt plants
The materials produced at our quarries, pits and asphalt plants are used to build Ontario’s infrastructure, which is the foundation of our economy – including roads, bridges, underground infrastructure, sidewalks, houses, schools and hospitals.
We are looking for a Production Supervisor to work at our Severn Quarry.
In this role you will supervise the daily activities of the processing plants to process and/or manufacture company products. The Production Supervisor ensures the plants operate smoothly and comply with health and safety and environmental legislation, policies and procedures while producing high quality products
- Manages production schedules to ensure that sufficient inventories are available to meet sales requirements.
- Provides routine inspection of machines and equipment to ensure systems are operating at optimum levels.
- Prepares time cards for all workers on site and submits them to payroll for processing. Follows up with individuals and payroll to resolve any discrepancies.
- Prepares daily production reports for submission to Quarry Superintendent. Explains any significant variance to expected results.
- Supervises subcontractors and consultants engaged for plant or facility construction or modification.
- Gains insight and knowledge into the efficient operation of the site, by consulting co- workers and supervisors and attending training and development courses and seminars. Makes recommendations for improvement where practical.
- Assists with the purchase of all plant parts and consumables to ensure adequate inventory of parts are available for maintenance personnel.
- Assists with budget preparation and monitors costs within the limits of the budget.
- Participates in and promotes safety and environmental awareness training.
- Provides supervision to team of production workers to ensure that work is done accurately and efficiently. Provides guidance and motivation, to maintain and enhance competency levels and identify future training requirements.
Skills & Qualifications
- Two (2) year college diploma (C.E.T. or civil engineering an asset)
- At least two (2) years of production and supervisory experience or other relevant experience.
- Valid G Ontario Drivers License
- Demonstrated ability to plan and oversee the routine workload of a small team and provide constructive performance feedback
- Proficient verbal and written communication skills
- Proven ability to identify, analyze and resolve problems
Working at Walker Industries
Established in 1887, we are proud to be a fifth-generation, family-owned, Canadian company. Our group of companies includes aggregates, paving & construction, emulsions and environmental waste & recycling solutions. We are known for our philanthropy and ‘above and beyond’ service to our customers and communities.
There’s a lot more we’re proud of too.
We’re proud to be growing, serving more customers and providing more jobs across Canada.
We’re proud of our environmental stewardship – rehabilitating of all of our aggregate sites in an improved condition from which we found it.
We’re proud to use the best tools and technology in the business – serving our customers well and keeping our employees safe.
And we’re proud of an awesome people-first culture. Working here means being part of a team – not a cog in a machine – and even in regional offices we feel valued, autonomous, and central to the action. Everyone at Walker has a voice.
How to Apply
Our online application will give you the option to apply to this role as a complete person – not just a resume. The application will assess your qualifications, personality traits and workplace preferences, and should take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. After submitting, you'll receive an email inviting you to log in and view your assessment results.
We strive to build a team that reflects the diversity of the community we work in and encourage applications from traditionally underrepresented groups such as women, visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, people identifying as LGBTQ2SI, veterans, and people with disabilities.
We will review applications, with priority given to those who have completed the assessment and look forward to hearing from you.