Pacific BioEnergy Attends Work BC 2018 Job Fair

Human Resources Manager, Sharel Grimm and Safety and Environmental Manager, Darren Marutt were on hand at the Work BC Job Fair held on April 11th at the Work BC Centre in Prince George. Hundreds of people attended the event to research new job opportunities and to speak one-on-one with prospective new employers.

Grimm states “Attending Job Fairs allows Pacific BioEnergy to meet prospective new employees and explain first-hand what we do, what we value and why we are an employer of choice.   Posting a Job opportunity on a website is a good start but being able to interact with people provides an arena for an informal 2-way interview process to take place – we recognize that we are being interviewed as well”.

Marutt adds “Being able to meet people at a Job Fair like this gives us the opportunity to meet potential employees that would be a good fit for our Company.  We’re looking for people who are team-oriented and have a passion for producing superior clean, green wood pellets which help improve the environment and make the world a better place. You can learn a lot about a person from reading their resume but the value in being able to meet them and engage in a conversation at a Job Fair like this is huge for us.”

Pacific BioEnergy Celebrates NAOSH Week

Pacific BioEnergy and its’ employees will celebrate North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week May 6-12. The theme this year is Take Safety Home. This will be the 3rd year that Pacific BioEnergy has celebrated this important event with an Employee BBQ and other activities that are focused on safety at work and at home.

While safety is a core value of Pacific BioEnergy that is front and centre for employees each week of the year, NAOSH Week provides the opportunity to celebrate Safety Success and the benefits of a team-approach to improving safety at work and at home

Pacific BioEnergy Partners with PG Humane Society

Pacific BioEnergy started 2018 with a new partnership with the Prince George Humane Society. The Prince George Humane Society is a community based, registered charity that provides a safe haven for abused, neglected and abandoned animals in the north.

Over the past few years, staff and volunteers at the Society determined that they preferred to use wood pellets instead of chemical-based kitty-litter. Wood pellets absorb a lot more odor and were easier to work with but purchase of wood pellets meant the Society was using valuable funds that were needed to help the animals in care. The Society approached Pacific BioEnergy and requested a partnership that would supply all its wood pellet needs and since January, Pacific BioEnergy has been supplying pellets to the PG Humane Society. Pacific BioEnergy is proud that it’s renewable energy alternative wood pellets have another useful purpose in helping animals in need.