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FIND YOUR FUTURE

Leaf Ninjas is looking for enthusiastic talent, ready to tackle challenging projects, that will ultimately enable the restoration of our land.

We are an equal opportunity employer offering competitive wages, ongoing education and a positive, inclusive working environment.

We're Hiring!

Restoration Crew Foreman
[Position Title] Job Posting

We are looking for a leader to execute our installation and maintenance requirements on ecological restoration projects in the GCA. This person is responsible for meeting and exceeding industry/municipal standards and oversee that design elements are carried out as expected. They will manage a 4-8 person crew and manage field documentation requirements for projects


Position Title: Restoration Crew Foreman

Job Function: Installation of live plant material, bioengineering technology, and other construction elements.

Job Type: Full-time or seasonal April – December

Purpose: The Restoration Crew Foreman will employ their horticultural and bioengineering expertise to repair erosion and strengthen, revegetate, and create habitat along riverbanks.

They will provide leadership, training, and daily supervision of restoration crews on a variety of restoration, environmental construction, and bioengineering projects.

Status: Reports to Project Manager/Operations Manager

Location: GCA, travel within four hours of Calgary Office may be required

Pay Level: Level 2


Duties and Responsibilities:


INSTALLATION

  • Handling and installing erosion control materials
  • Prepare sites for planting
  • Collecting and handling live stake plant material
  • Install soil bioengineering elements
  • Planting trees and shrubs
  • Carry out maintenance and monitoring programs
  • Working with solar irrigation for post-planting maintenance
  • Carry out other project requirements as per Project Manager

LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNICATION

  • Organize, lead and participate in regular department meetings
  • Provide training and guidance for your assigned Restoration crew
  • Ensure that crews and subcontractors are compliant with safety and environmental policy
  • Regularly complete Field Level Hazards Assessments PRIOR to entering a job site
  • Report and record all safety incidents involving yourself, subcontractors or technicians
  • Become familiar with all PPE requirements on each job site, regularly maintain and organize PPE and safety equipment
  • Perform daily field logs
  • Correspond with the Project Manager to ensure production rates and other progress metrics are being met
  • Provide project feedback to Project Manager and Operations Manager
  • Respond to emails, text messages, and phone calls in a timely fashion
  • Ensure confirmations for completion of work are consistently provided to Project Managers
  • Perform Maintenance logs as necessary
  • Review department financials yearly with team

OTHER DUTIES

  • Transport crews and materials to site as needed
  • Ensure that provided vehicle is operated in a safe and respectful manner
  • Correspond with Equipment Manager when regular maintenance, cleaning and repairs are required on the provided vehicle
  • Clean, organize and maintain tool condition. Report lost or damaged equipment and PPE to Equipment Manager
  • Tool rentals, returns, purchase as necessary
  • Keep up to date on relevant training

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum 2 years experience in landscaping, tree planting or forestry
  • High-quality plug planting skills
  • Experience using hand saws and pruning shears
  • Backcountry driving experience
  • Experienced with working outdoors in challenging weather
  • Experience supervising small team-oriented crews
  • Has a passion for the outdoors and environmental stewardship
  • Has an interest and curiosity for horticulture and restoration
  • Physical abilities must include: heavy lifting, resilience to cold and wet conditions, athletic level fitness, can travel by foot for long distances over uneven terrain
  • Strong knowledge of irrigation system design
  • Willingness to work and travel alone
  • Willingness to learn and grow your career

Wage: $26.00 – $32.00

Future opportunities:

  • Project manager
  • Safety coordinator
  • Quality Assurance manager

Location: Calgary, AB


APPLY HERE: https://forms.gle/7pE2iv6poa8S9PEf6

Solar Irrigation Crew Foreman
[Position Title] Job Posting

We are looking for a leader to manage the installation and maintenance of our Solar Irrigation systems. This person will be responsible for meeting industry/municipal standards on bioengineering projects in the GCA and other remote locations. They will manage a 4-8 person crew and oversee all internal documentation and reporting.


Position Title: Solar Irrigation Crew Foreman

Job Function: Installation of live plant material, bioengineering technology, and other construction elements.

Job Type: Full-time or seasonal April – December

Solar Irrigation Crew Foreman Job Posting

Purpose: The Solar Irrigation Foreman will employ their irrigation expertise to install and maintain our proprietary solar irrigation systems. They will ensure that crews install systems to ensure plant survival and optimal growth. They will provide leadership, training, and daily supervision of irrigation crews on a variety of restoration, maintenance, and bioengineering projects.

Status: Reports to Solar Irrigation Manager/Operations Manager

Location: GCA, travel within four hours of Calgary Office may be required

Pay Level: Level 2


Duties and Responsibilities:

INSTALLATION

  • Preparation of irrigation systems to be dispatched
  • Installation of irrigation systems at different locations
  • Testing and quality control of the systems
  • Monitoring of the systems over the season
  • Document and report equipment failure at each site
  • Maintenance of filters, intakes, pump components, solar panels
  • Support other teams with ecological restoration activities as needed
  • Takedown and cleaning of the systems at the end of the season
  • Other duties as assigned by the Irrigation Manager

LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNICATION

  • Organize, lead, and participate in regular department meetings
  • Provide training and guidance for your assigned Solar Irrigation crew
  • Ensure that crews and subcontractors are compliant with safety and environmental policy
  • Regularly complete Field Level Hazards Assessments PRIOR to entering a job site
  • Report and record all safety incidents involving yourself, subcontractors, or technicians
  • Become familiar with all PPE requirements on each job site, regularly maintain and organize PPE and safety equipment
  • Perform daily field logs
  • Correspond with Solar Irrigation Manager and Operations Manager to ensure production rates and other progress metrics are being met
  • Provide project feedback to Solar Irrigation Manager
  • Respond to emails, text messages, and phone calls in a timely fashion
  • Ensure confirmations for completion of work are consistently provided to Solar Irrigation Manager
  • Perform Maintenance logs as necessary
  • Review department financials yearly with team

OTHER DUTIES

  • Transport crews and materials to site as needed
  • Ensure that provided vehicle is operated in a safe and respectful manner
  • Correspond with Solar Irrigation Manager/Equipment when regular maintenance, cleaning, and repairs are required on the provided vehicle
  • Clean, organize, and maintain tool condition. Report lost or damaged equipment and PPE to Equipment Manager
  • Tool rentals, returns, purchase as necessary
  • Keep up to date on relevant training

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum 2 years experience with irrigation system installation and maintenance
  • Ability to manage multiple projects, inventory, and installations
  • Backcountry driving experience
  • Experienced with working outdoors in challenging weather
  • Experience supervising small team-oriented crews
  • Has a passion for the outdoors and environmental stewardship
  • Has an interest and curiosity for horticulture and restoration
  • Physical abilities must include: heavy lifting, resilience to cold and wet conditions, athletic level fitness, can travel by foot for long distances over uneven terrain
  • Strong knowledge of irrigation system design
  • Willingness to work and travel alone
  • Willingness to learn and grow your career

Wage: $26.00 – $32.00

Future opportunities:

  • Project manager
  • Safety coordinator
  • Quality Assurance manager

Location: Calgary, AB



APPLY HERE: https://forms.gle/7pE2iv6poa8S9PEf6

Restoration Technician
Restoration Technician Job Posting

We are seeking Technicians carry out installation and maintenance requirements on our ecological restoration and maintenance projects. This person will be responsible for carrying out installations using established techniques.


Position Title:Restoration Technician

Job Function: Maintenance, Installation and Execution of Bioengineering elements

Job Type: Seasonal April - December

Purpose: The Restoration Technician is responsible for carrying out our ecological restoration scopes. Restoration Teams use plant material and soil bioengineering techniques to repair erosion, strengthen, revegetate, and create habitat along riverbanks. Restoration crews may also carry out Solar Irrigation and Maintenance scopes as necessary.

Status: Reports to Restoration Crew Foreman

Location: GCA, travel within four hours of Calgary Office may be required

Pay Level: Level 1


Duties and Responsibilities:

INSTALLATION

  • Attend departmental meetings as necessary
  • Handling and installing erosion control materials
  • Repair/install perimeter fencing
  • Minor irrigation maintenance and repair
  • Prepare sites for planting
  • Collecting and handling live stake plant material
  • Install soil bioengineering elements
  • Planting trees and shrubs
  • Carry out maintenance and monitoring programs
  • Working with solar irrigation for post-planting maintenance
  • Carry out other project requirements as per Foreman/Project Manager

OTHER DUTIES

  • Transport crews and materials to site as needed
  • Ensure that provided vehicle is operated in a safe and respectful manner
  • Correspond with Equipment Manager when regular maintenance, cleaning and repairs are required on the provided vehicle
  • Clean, organize and maintain tool condition. Report lost or damaged equipment and PPE to Foreman
  • Tool rentals, returns
  • Keep up to date on relevant training

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience landscaping, tree planting or forestry an asset
  • High-quality plug planting skills
  • Experience using hand saws and pruning shears
  • Backcountry driving experience
  • Experienced with working outdoors in challenging weather
  • Experience supervising small team-oriented crews
  • Has a passion for the outdoors and environmental stewardship
  • Has an interest and curiosity for horticulture and restoration
  • Physical abilities must include: heavy lifting, resilience to cold and wet conditions, athletic level fitness, can travel by foot for long distances over uneven terrain
  • Strong knowledge of irrigation system design
  • Willingness to work and travel alone
  • Willingness to learn and grow your career

Wage: $22.00 - $26.00

Future opportunities:

  • Crew Foreman
  • Project manager
  • Safety coordinator

APPLY HERE: https://forms.gle/7pE2iv6poa8S9PEf6

Solar Irrigation Technician
Solar Irrigation Technician Job Posting

We are looking for Technicians to execute our requirements for installation and maintenance on our solar irrigation projects. This person will be responsible for interpreting and installing irrigation systems based on design specifications for projects in the GCA and other remote locations


Position Title: Solar Irrigation Technician

Job Function: Maintenance, Installation and Execution of Solar-Powered Irrigation systems

Job Type: Seasonal April – December

Purpose:

The ecological restoration projects we install require remote irrigation systems to ensure plant survival and optimal growth. Our solar pumps are a proprietary technology that require setup and monitoring at many different natural sites.

Status: Reports to Irrigation/Operations Manager

Location: GCA, travel within four hours of Calgary Office may be required

Pay Level: Level 1


Duties and Responsibilities:

INSTALLATION

  • Preparation of the systems to be dispatched this spring
  • Installation of irrigation systems at different locations
  • Testing and quality control of the systems
  • Monitoring of the systems over the season
  • Document and report equipment failure at each site
  • Maintenance of filters, intakes, pump components, solar panels
  • Support the other teams with ecological restoration activities as needed
  • Takedown and cleaning of the systems at the end of the season
  • Other duties as assigned by the Irrigation Manager

OTHER DUTIES

  • Transport crews and materials to site as needed
  • Ensure that provided vehicle is operated in a safe and respectful manner
  • Clean, organize and maintain tool condition. Report lost or damaged equipment and PPE to Equipment Manager
  • Tool rentals and returns
  • Keep up to date on relevant training

QUALIFICATIONS

  • High school diploma or greater
  • Strong knowledge of irrigation system design
  • Willingness to work and travel alone
  • Valid Class 5 or greater driver’s license
  • Mechanically inclined and strong problem-solving skills
  • Physical strength and agility to get to remote areas with materials
  • Ability to manage multiple projects, inventory, and installations
  • Horticulture experience

Wage: $22.00 - $26.00

Future opportunities:

  • Crew Foreman
  • Project manager
  • Safety coordinator

APPLY HERE: https://forms.gle/2Da4qTYCvffY1qLC9

Safety and Compliance Coordinator
Solar Irrigation Technician Job Posting

We are seeking a Safety and Compliance Coordinator to oversee and monitor all aspects of our COR safety program and provide regulatory and compliance support for our Project Managers.


Position Title: Safety and Compliance Coordinator

Job Function: Oversight of Safety program, translate regulatory requirements for project scopes, safety leadership

Job Type: Part Time/Full-Time

Purpose: The Safety and Compliance Coordinator is responsible for overseeing safety and compliance measures for all of Leaf Ninjas operations.

Status: Reports to Resource Manager

Location: GCA, travel within four hours of Calgary Office may be required

Pay Level: Level 2


Duties and Responsibilities:

HEALTH AND SAFETY PROGRAM

  • Lead safety meetings, safety committee and guide company safety strategy
  • Provide health and safety training/onboarding for all Leaf Ninjas
  • Ensure that crews and subcontractors are compliant with safety and environmental policy. Sign off on subcontractor orientations
  • Regularly complete and oversee all safety documentation for Leaf Ninjas projects
  • Determine and supply all PPE required on each job site, regularly maintain and organize PPE and safety equipment
  • Implement and carry out a construction health and safety programs meeting all requirements for municipal, industrial, and landscaping project sites
  • Complete the transfer of Leaf Ninjas from SECOR to COR certification and maintain certification standards.
  • Perform internal yearly audits
  • Follow up on site safety concerns with stakeholders
  • Provide support for all staff, contractors, and visitors for any safety needs and concerns.
  • Monitor incident reporting and carry out thorough investigations. Assign corrective actions within the organization

OTHER DUTIES

  • Organize, lead and participate in regular department meetings
  • Transportation to sites as necessary
  • Correspond with the Leaftenant to provide updates on scopes of work and ongoing development of safety programs. Provide feedback regarding non-compliance and safety incidents, delegate tasks to local staff as necessary
  • Carry out installation and maintenance as required
  • SiteDocs Administrator responsibilities
  • Keep up to date on required training and certifications
  • Provide remote support in other departments including Accounts Payable/Receivable, Regulation Compliance, and Monitoring

QUALIFICATIONS

  • 1 year construction/commercial safety work experience
  • Familiar with COR and SECOR processes
  • AASP or equivalent certification
  • Experience operating an OH&S management system for COR and SECOR businesses
  • Ability to perform Alberta Occupational Health and Safety internal Audits
  • Detail-oriented
  • Self-directed, able to work independently
  • Ability to support and lead team training and development
  • Class 5 driver's license
  • A keen eye for detail and correct procedure

Wage: $26.00 – $32.00

Location: Calgary, AB

APPLY HERE: https://forms.gle/2Da4qTYCvffY1qLC9