OPPORTUNITIES TO JOIN OUR TEAM

At Pacific BioEnergy, it’s our people and our product which make us stand out! As leaders in our industry, our team is passionate about what they do and has the technical expertise to manufacture the highest quality product.  Our logistics group understands the handling, storage, and transportation requirements to ensure our customers get the product they expect – when they expect it.  Our woodlands department takes best in class forest management practices seriously and is continually expanding as the sustainable biomass industry prepares for the worlds growing demand.

Do you have a desire to be part of a team that produces a superior product with the highest level of quality assurance? If you feel that your organizational and team engagement skills can contribute to our team environment then we would love to hear from you.

MAINTENANCE MILLWRIGHT

JOB TITLE: Millwright
DEPARTMENT: Maintenance Department
COMPENSATION: We offer a competative wage and benefit package

Pacific BioEnergy is a private company established in 1994 with corporate offices located in Vancouver, BC and operations in the heart of British Columbia’s forest region, Prince George, BC.  We are a leader in wood pellet fuel in North America and are committed to meeting growing worldwide demand for this clean energy source.

DESCRIPTION:

Our Maintenance Millwrights are dedicated individuals that consult and collaborate with the Maintenance team and others to coordinate maintenance activities to reduce downtime while maintaining safe work practices at all times.  They are skilled individuals that troubleshoot process maintenance issues, are innovative in preventative maintenance practices and are passionate about their chosen careers.  They contribute and foster a positive and innovative work environment.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Possess a strong commitment to work safely and follow all company safety policies and procedures.
  • Successful completion of a Pacific BioEnergy pre-employment background check & physical requirement testing.
  • Ability to work any shift, weekends, overtime, holidays as needed is a requirement of this position.
  • You are able to work in varied temperatures, in dusty and noisy conditions, while wearing provided safety equipment
  • You lead by example and thrive in working in a team setting.
  • Strong trouble shooting and problem solving skills are required.
  • You are a strong written, verbal and articulate communicator.
  • You either have or are willing to obtain forklift and skid steer operation certificates.
  • You are physically fit and take pride in precision work with machinery and equipment.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
You have obtained your high school diploma or equivalent.

  • Along with a Journeyman provincial or inter-provincial trade ticket, you have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in an industrial setting.
  • You have excellent communication and interpersonal skills with a proven ability to work with others to perform all aspects of maintenance activities.

If you have a desire to be part of a team that produces a superior product with highest level of quality assurance and feel that your maintenance skills and experience can contribute to our team environment then we would love to hear from you.

SENIOR CORPORATE ACCOUNTANT

JOB TITLE: Senior Corporate Accountant
DEPARTMENT: Finance Department
COMPENSATION: We offer a comprehensive salary and benefit package

DESCRIPTION:

Reporting to the Corporate Controller and as part of the Financial team, the Senior Corporate Accountant will make meaningful contributions to simplify, streamline and standardize operational management reporting. The Senior Corporate Accountant will assist the Corporate Controller in delivering accurate consolidated financial statements, forecasts and ad hoc analysis.

The Senior Corporate Accountant will be directly responsible for preparing monthly financial reporting packages – and will be responsible for a full range of operational, financial and management accounting, reporting and analysis.

The Finance team is expected to work closely with all other departments to ensure all aspects of business strategies, development, and growth meet desired outcomes.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Provide operational and financial support and analysis for the manufacturing and woodlands departments;
  • Assist departmental managers and supervisors in departmental budget control, cost/benefit analysis, and provide financial information and recommendations;
  • Participate and support operations through month end inventory counts including purchase reconciliation;
  • Directly responsible for preparing monthly financial divisional and consolidated financial reports;
  • Prepare and consolidate operations’ monthly forecasts, quarterly forecasts and annual plans;
  • Preparation of month end and year end working paper files, reconciliation and journal entries
  • Provide analytical support for operational costs and margin improvement projects;
  • Prepares audit materials and interacts with internal and external auditors;
  • Assist with development and implementation of new accounting processes and procedures including analysis of IFRS impacts and internal controls, documentation of new/revised processes and rollout to the accounting group.
  • Coach, mentor, develop members of the Finance team and administrative staff;
  • Is responsible for accurate and timely government remittances
  • Follow established policies and procedures and participate in process improvement initiatives;
  • Provide support and coverage of the Accounting Manager when required;
  • Work on special projects as required.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and possess a CPA designation or on the path to obtain.
  • 3+ years of financial accounting experience in a manufacturing and forestry environment required.
  • Possess an understanding and experience in the full accounting cycle.
  • Solid computer skills and be proficient in Microsoft Office applications with an emphasis in Microsoft Excel.
  • Must be a self-starter and able to deliver results.
  • Strong organizational, problem solving and follow-up skills. Strong attention to detail.
  • Exceptional verbal, written, interpersonal and presentation skills.
  • Have strong communication skills and ability to present and articulate financial information.

If you wish to be part of a team that produces superior results and feel that your accounting experience and career aspirations can contribute to our team, then we would like to speak with you

FORESTRY ACCOUNTANT

JOB TITLE: Forestry Accountant
DEPARTMENT: Finance Department
COMPENSATION: We offer a comprehensive salary and benefit package

Pacific BioEnergy is a private company established in 1994 with corporate offices located in Vancouver, BC and operations in the heart of British Columbia’s forest region, Prince George, BC.  We are a leader in wood pellet fuel in North America and are committed to meeting growing worldwide demand for this clean energy source.

DESCRIPTION:

Reporting to the Accounting Manager – the Forestry Accountant will be responsible for a full range of operational and financial accounting functions within the Woodlands department.

The Forestry Accountant is responsible for various cost accounting processes with the primary focus to provide the operations management team with relevant financial and statistical information related to overall raw fibre accounting management.

The Accounting team is expected to work closely with all other departments to ensure all aspects of business strategies, development, and growth meet desired outcomes.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Responsible for fibre contract management in cooperation with the Woodlands department;
  • Interpret and execute logging contracts, review and approve contractor payables in accordance with contract terms;
  • Review capital road building costs, prepaid forestry costs and prepare amortization entries;
  • Track, calculate and analyze raw material inventory valuations and assist with monthly cost statements of inventories calculations;
  • Responsible for fibre delivery load slip entry and preparation of detailed account analysis, tracking, reconciliation and reporting of fibre inventory and specific G/L accounts;
  • Assist in month-end raw fibre financial reporting, prepare journal entries as necessary, analyze and report on fibre inventory, and inventory carry forward;
  • Maintain and manage scale systems, contract management systems and provide support and education to users;
  • Provide information as requested by the audit team;
  • Follow established policies and procedures and participate in process improvement initiatives;
  • Provide support and coverage of the Payroll/Accounts Payable when required;
  • Work on special projects as required.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 2+ years of financial accounting experience in a Woodlands environment is required.
  • Possess an understanding and have experience in the full accounting cycle.
  • Solid computer skills and be proficient in Microsoft Office applications with an emphasis in Microsoft Excel.
  • Possess an Accounting Diploma with preference being given to a candidate who currently holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and/or on a path to CPA designation.
  • Must be a self-starter and able to deliver results.
  • Strong organizational, problem solving and follow-up skills. Strong attention to detail.
  • Exceptional verbal, written, interpersonal and presentation skills.
  • Have strong communication skills and ability to present and articulate financial information.
  • Possess sound knowledge of the principles and practices of government reporting requirements.
  • Ability to apply knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles & Cost Accounting Standards.
  • Solid knowledge and proficiency in Microsoft Excel.

If you wish to be part of a team that produces superior results and feel that your accounting experience and career aspirations can contribute to our team, then we would like to speak with you.