Crushing Plant Operator
Nuna Logistics Ltd. - Edmonton, AB

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Nuna Logistics Limited, Inuit owned, is a highly regarded civil construction company with hundreds of employees working across the Arctic and Northern Canada. Working often in remote locations, Nuna offers unique on-the-job experience and opportunity to build an exciting career. Our multi-disciplined teams provide a comprehensive array of services and innovative solutions to the most challenging and remote sites in Northern Canada. Nuna's core values of: Safety - Integrity - Teamwork - Respect for the Individual, the Community, & the Environment; reflect our reputation as a safe, cost-effective and innovative operator in the North.

Nuna has an opportunity available for a Crusher/Screening Plant Operator. Reporting to the Foreman, the successful candidate will be responsible for operating heavy equipment in a safe and appropriate manner.The Operator must also clean, maintain and secure all equipment as directed by legislation, policies and procedures.


Adhere to workplace safety policies, regulations and compliances
Communicate any unsafe conditions or accidents/injuries in a timely manner to the supervisor, facilitating prompt correction or reporting
Demonstrate continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service
Diagnose / identify defects in equipment
Accurate completion of work orders and time cards


Experience operating crushing/screening plants (minimum 1 year)
Knowledge of equipment maintenance and storage
Willing and capable of working at a remote site in NWT with a 2x2 rotation

Nuna has several successful joint ventures and partnerships with Inuit and Aboriginal groups throughout Canada. This diversity provides a unique opportunity for sustainable employment options for Inuit Beneficiaries and all Aboriginal peoples.