Harrop Procter Forest Products are looking for two Sawmill Tailer / Yard Labourers to complete our team.
The successful candidate must be in good physical condition, work well individually and as part of a team, take direction well, have a positive attitude, and be able to adapt quickly to the ever-changing needs of the operation. The position is very physically demanding so good fitness is required. The tailer is expected to handle all materials produced by the sawmill’s head rig. This includes all targeted products, side lumber, and waste materials. The tailer will be required to grade, sticker and handle products appropriately and according to provided guidelines.
In addition to regular duties as tailer, there will be opportunities to work around the mill yard in varying capacities as needed.
For all required duties, the successful candidate will receive one on one personalized instruction with an experienced employee. No previous experience is required.
Wage: Starts at $18.00/hour
Hours: Full time 40 hrs/week
Please drop off resume in person at 726 Ogilvie Rd in Harrop at the Harrop-Procter Forest Products sales office. Please include all relevant work experience and references.
The results of the 2020 survey conducted by HPCC are completed. Thank you to all who took the time to fill out the survey questionnaire.
HPCC members will receive an electronic version of the survey results with comparative analysis via email. Below is an abbreviated version of the survey results for all non members.
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