Job Requisition Id: 16151
Business Function: Plant Operations and Collection and Delivery
Primary City: Richmond
Other Location(s): Lower Mainland
Province: British Columbia
Employment Type: Full-Time
Employment Status: Permanent
Language Requirement: English Essential
Employee Class and Level: APOC OP1
Job Closing Date (dd/mm/yyyy): 31/12/2019
Canada Post is building its next generation of leaders through the most exciting period in our history. And you can be part of it.
We deliver billions of items to Canadians each year – but we’re really in the people business. As a Supervisor, Operations Relief, you’ll play an important role in this. You’ll lead, coach and inspire teams of unionized employees, and some contractors, making deliveries in urban, suburban and rural areas.
Are you a front-line leader dedicated to customers and to the success of the people you lead? The role of Operations Supervisor could be perfect for you if you:
are well-organized and able to multi-task and meet urgent deadlines
communicate clearly, and like to lead and develop people, work with teams and collaborate
thrive in a challenging, fast-paced environment
can think on your feet, and solve problems to get results
What will you do?
You’ll lead, coach, train and direct employees to ensure we keep our commitment to our customers
You’ll oversee the daily delivery or processing operation of one or more teams, setting daily priorities and executing on our service commitments
You’ll manage and improve productivity by analyzing daily reports, sharing results with team members, resolving issues and implementing best practices
You’ll monitor and promote safe work practices, conduct safety investigations, and follow up on incident reports while overseeing return-to-work and accommodation of employees
You’ll resolve staff issues and take appropriate action, if required. This involves consultation with Labour Relations and/or the union that represents employees in our depots and plants
What must you have?
High School Diploma or provincial equivalent (GED)
Minimum 1 year of experience managing a team OR minimum 2 years' experience working in a unionized environment
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
A willingness to work shifts and weekends
These help, too!
Experience working in a customer service role
Experience working in a plant or warehouse environment
Full driver’s licence
A post-secondary education
In return, we offer:
an opportunity for a career rather than a job (we often promote from within)
an attractive, competitive salary
comprehensive benefits, including dental, extended health, vision and hearing, disability and life insurance
three weeks of vacation with additional leave options
a generous defined contribution pension plan
Today’s Canada Post - Canada Post is an e-commerce powerhouse, delivering billions of items each year. We help small businesses grow. We enrich lives in remote communities. We connect Canadians with each other and to the rest of the world. And we do all this by providing residential and business customers with the best possible delivery experience in the country.
With an established record of promoting from within, we can offer you a career rather than a job. In fact, some of our most senior executive leaders have leveraged their experience within the company to work in different parts of the country and to develop as leaders.
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This position may be considered a Safety Sensitive position.
Canada Post is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and visible minorities.
Conflict of Interest
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