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Seismic Line Cutters and Drill Pad Construction workers
Friday, August 19, 2011 - 5:00pm
Lisims Forest Resources Limited Partnership (LFR) is currently accepting applications for the following seasonal positions to work on the following project crews
1/ Seismic line cutters
2/ Drill Pad construction workers
Seismic Line Cutters
Responsible for cutting and clearing trees for seismic lines
Must have own equipment and all personal protective equipment (PPE)
Are responsible for the safe operation of chainsaw and other equipment
Are responsible for maintaining their own equipment (including parts)
Any previous seismic line experience considered an asset.
Drill pad builder assistants
Pad builder assistant work includes working with Drilling Contractor in the construction /deconstruction of drill pads on site.
Must have own personal protective equipment (PPE) required for the job (cork boots, hard hat, work gloves)
Any previous drill pad experience considered an asset
Applicants should have all safety gear and equipment.
All of the work is field oriented and physically demanding, and applicants should be prepared to work in all weather conditions for long periods of time.
Shift work ranges from 10 – 21 days and is camp based. All applicants should be prepared to work on shift schedule as required by the project schedule.
Applications are available at the Nisga'a Commercial Group (NCG) office. Hand deliver or fax your completed application form to the NCG office (250 633 2677).
For any further information, interested individuals should contact Ben Haizimsque, Project Manager at the LFR office via telephone – 1 866 633 2696 or email email@example.com .
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