Suncor Group Latest Job Vacancies



MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Lead Suncor’s Journey to Zero safety initiative
  • Demonstrate strong commitment to all environmental health and safety practices, policies, standards and regulations
  • Coordinate day-to-day maintenance activities with the planner, supply chain management, and other relevant stakeholders
  • Supervise operations and maintenance staff and activities at pipeline facilities
  • Manage personnel, including work assignments, administration, training, mentorship and coaching, performance appraisals and career/skills development for staff
  • Provide a high degree of technical knowledge and direction to front line trades personnel in one or all of these related trades: electrical, instrumentation, millwright, mechanic
  • Coordinate the field staff and project team during commissioning and start-up of new facilities
  • Supervise and coordinate routine contract service providers
  • Assist in budget preparation and budget stewardship for the area of responsibility
  • Ensure regulatory compliance in all operational activities
Job Requirements:
  • Five or more years of related operations and/or maintenance experience in oil and gas, pulp and paper, mining or a similar industry
  • Previous supervisory experience guiding complex maintenance activities, is considered an asset
  • Electrical and/or Instrumentation certification as a journeyman or engineering technologist, or a degree in a related engineering discipline
  • If applicable, attach your journeyman / red seal ticket with your application in order to be considered

PLANT OPERATOR

Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Develop operations procedures, hazardous energy isolation sheets and operator rounds, as well as perform commissioning and start up activities, and participate in the operator training program (all prior to startup)
  • Operate plant equipment in a safe and efficient manner according to established practices, procedures and operating guidelines
  • Conduct regular equipment checks, perform basic troubleshooting
  • Maintain equipment by conducting preventative maintenance including regular equipment checks, troubleshooting, diagnosing a problem, prepare equipment for maintenance, performing basic repairs, initiating maintenance request and preparing area for maintenance
  • Ensure the safety of personnel working within the assigned area and ensure Personal Protective Equipment and other plant policies are followed during operations
Job Requirements:
  • Five or more years of hydrocarbon or petrochemical operating experience within oil sands, refining, petrochemical, gas plants and/or upgrading and/or pulp and paper 
  • Commissioning, start-up and shut-down, and/or turnaround experience within an Paraffinic Froth Treatment Plant would be an asset
  • Experience coaching, training and/or mentoring junior staff is an asset
  • High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED)
  • Possess a valid driver’s licence and a clean driving record

OPERATOR, TAILINGS

Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Adhere to safety and environmental requirements
  • Drive the fine tailings corridor, inspecting rotating equipment, pipelines, booster pump houses, and floating water pump assets and ensure that any issues are brought to the attention of the Shift Supervisor
  • Operate tailings heavy equipment (cell dozer)
  • Complete the operator log tool and checks, and communicate significant changes
  • Prepare equipment for maintenance and commission new equipment and systems
  • Provide direction to maintenance and contract personnel performing maintenance and other operational duties during the assigned shift
  • Maintain housekeeping in the assigned area at a high level
  • Ensure that shift change is well communicated
Job Requirements:
  • Two or more years of experience as a tailings operator
  • Additional two or more years of in a heavy oil processing plant is preferred
  • Experience operating mechanical equipment such as pumps, light plants and hydraulic power units would be an asset
  • High School Diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED)
  • Possess a valid driver’s licence and a clean driving record

MAINTENANCE SECONDARY EXTRACTION

Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Conduct inspections, repairs, equipment overhauls and preventative maintenance for all industrial machinery, mechanical equipment in a workshop and field environment
  • Perform tasks including rotating equipment alignment, troubleshooting (turbines, fans, blowers, bearings, seals, hydraulics, etc.), removing and replacing components on conveyors, rotary wet screens, pumps, gearboxes and sizers
  • Operate a variety of rigging and lifting equipment
  • Read blueprints, diagrams, maintenance manuals and schematic drawings to determine work procedures
  • Execute maintenance activities including installation, troubleshooting and repairs to all systems / equipment to a high quality to ensure optimum reliability and availability
  • Plan and estimate safe, efficient and cost effective execution of jobs while minimizing the impact on operations and incurred costs
  • Actively participate in post -failure analysis and root cause discussions and contribute to developing solutions
  • Ensure that preventative maintenance guidelines are adhered to and maintain complete and accurate records associated with the technical and preventative aspects of this position
  • Assist in maintaining complete and accurate records associated with the technical and preventative aspects of this position
Job Requirements:
  • Three or more years' post-apprenticeship experience working in a maintenance area within a heavy industrial environment (e.g. mining, oil and gas, pulp and paper, petrochemical, etc.)
  • Paraffinic Froth Treatment (PFT) experience is an asset
  • Valid Alberta Journeyman Millwright Certificate or an Interprovincial Red Seal Journeyman Millwright Certificate; attach your Journeyman / Red Seal ticket with your application in order to be considered
  • Two year technologist diploma is considered an asset
  • High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED)
  • Possess a valid driver’s licence and a clean driving record



SPECIALIST, CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Coach, facilitate and lead diverse CI teams to deliver superior business results in cost, production, safety, environment and process efficiency and effectiveness
  • Drive the pace and progress of improvement initiatives and the tracking and communication of results
  • Collaborate with leadership, functional groups, and stakeholders to identify, prioritize, select, plan and schedule a wide range of operating, technical, and business improvement initiatives
  • Translate sponsor/stakeholder vision into project high level scope
  • Manage a portfolio of process improvement initiatives that are measurable and drive value for the organization: identify opportunities, champion proposals, deploy solutions and measure and track benefits
  • Conduct workshops with subject matter experts from the business to identify value streams, understand how work flows between teams and business segments and identify gaps and areas of opportunity
Job Requirements:
  • Five to 10 years of experience in oil and gas, chemicals, manufacturing or consulting
  • Previous experience with CI work and direct experience working with cross-functional teams on various internal on-site processes
  • Lean Six Sigma Black Belt or Master Black Belt
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) is considered an asset
  • University degree (engineering, business, or science is preferred)

MAINTENANCE SECONDARY EXTRACTION

Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Execute maintenance activities including installation, troubleshooting, and repairs to all systems / equipment to a high quality to ensure optimum reliability and availability (the systems and equipment include electrical safety systems, motor starters, high medium and low voltage frequency drive systems and PLCs, 13.8KV/ 7.2KV / 600 V / 480 V and 220 V power distribution and computerized control systems)
  • Plan and estimate safe, efficient, and cost effective execution of jobs while minimizing the impact on operations and incurred costs
  • Actively participate in post-event failure analysis and root cause discussions, and contribute to developing solutions
  • Ensure that preventative maintenance guidelines are adhered to and maintain complete and accurate records associated with the technical and preventative aspects of this position
  • Assist in maintaining complete and accurate records associated with the technical and preventative aspects of this position
Job Requirements:
  • Three or more years of post-apprenticeship experience working in the maintenance area of a heavy industrial environment (e.g. mining, oil and gas, pulp and paper, petrochemical, etc.)
  • Paraffinic Froth Treatment (PFT) experience is an asset
  • Valid Alberta Journeyperson Certificate or an Interprovincial Red Seal Journeyman Certificate in an Electrical trade; attach your Journeyman / Red Seal ticket with your application in order to be considered
  • Two year technologist diploma is considered an asset
  • High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED)
  • Possess a valid driver’s licence and a clean driving record

PLANT OPERATOR, PRIMARY EXTRACTION

Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Perform associated plant operations duties to ensure a smooth and efficient operation in the assigned work area
  • Prepare and complete daily area logs and communicate significant changes and findings to the shift supervisor
  • Provide direction and supervision to the maintenance and contract personnel performing maintenance and other operational duties during the assigned shift
  • Prepare equipment for maintenance including hazardous energy isolation of equipment and commission new equipment and systems
  • Ensure that shift change is well communicated and maintain housekeeping for the assigned area
  • Adhere to environmental requirements
  • Ensure the safety of personnel working within the assigned area and ensure Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and other policies are followed during operations
Job Requirements:
  • Two or more years of plant operations experience in ore prep and/or extraction within heavy oil and/or sour gas processing
  • Experience with industrial plant operations in heavy oil processing, sour gas processing, conveyors, pumps, and/or compressors is preferred
  • Experience with some of the following equipment is considered an asset: material sizing plants (sizers or crushers), conveyors, surge bin or dry surge pile, rotary wet screens (breakers or tumblers), pumps and pipeline , primary recovery circuit (separation cells), secondary and tertiary recovery circuits (flotation columns or agitators), thickeners or clarifiers, and qualified to operate loaders and skid steers (certified on any size)
  • High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED)
  • Possess a valid driver’s licence and a clean driving record

MINE ENGINEER

Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Optimize plans and designs to incorporate AHS, evaluating different options and walking leadership through the decision making process
  • Lead and coordinate across the entire mine planning function to produce long range plans, budgets, tactical plans, and designs incorporating AHS; develop and work the plan with the input of the other areas
  • Conduct simulations and analyze data to determine recommendations for AHS parameters
  • Participate in risk assessments, change management activities, and various AHS integrated team work
  • Build presentations to aid in decision making at various levels of leadership
  • Facilitate and build learnings of AHS into mining plans and teams
Job Requirements:
  • Minimum of eight years’ experience in mining roles, both in field operations and engineering
  • Bachelor degree in mine engineering
  • Registration with APEGA as a Professional Engineer is preferred

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Assist asset management leaders with time and calendar management
  • Arrange internal and external meetings and assist with document preparation and communication for meetings
  • Address scheduling conflicts with clear and timely communication and advise of actions and deadlines in advance
  • Attend meetings as requested, take notes of action items and key messages and participate and provide support during meetings
  • Support leaders with expense management and booking travel arrangements
  • Administer LiveLink folders and the information request process
  • Liaise with the facilities helpdesk, meeting room services, and other support groups to assist with the administration of information technology and meeting room equipment, office moves, etc.
  • Provide occasional back-up support to the executive assistant as required
Job Requirements:
  • Five or more years of experience with providing administrative support
  • Diploma in office administration, records and information management or related post-secondary training would be preferred
  • Skills and Knowledge:
  • Strong computer skills, including expert-level Microsoft Office skills in Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel and Word
  • Additional computer skills such as SAP and LiveLink are an asset, but a willingness to learn is critical
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Confidence and ability to prioritize tasks and respond to the challenges of multiple people and requests
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AUDITOR, ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY

Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Conduct internal audits, assessments, and reviews to determine the health and effectiveness of our management system
  • Conduct second party audits of East Coast vendors and suppliers to ensure their processes and systems conform to our expectations regarding operational excellence, business risk management, and regulatory compliance
  • Support corporate operational integrity audits
  • Work with audit clients to assess the risk of audit findings and develop effective corrective action plans
  • Support the implementation of core management processes (e.g., business process management, audits and assessment, corrective actions, etc.), including the review and revision of EHS procedures
Job Requirements:
  • 10 or more years of experience in the development and auditing of EHS programs and systems
  • Experience in the offshore oil and gas industry is preferred
  • Experience with management systems and the governance around environmental, health and safety management
  • University degree or diploma in safety engineering, environmental science or a related field

MANAGER, GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING

Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Plan and oversee geotechnical site investigations to determine existing and subsurface conditions, including site reconnaissance, drilling supervision, sample characterization
  • Determine required field sampling and laboratory testing requirements and ensuring proper documentation of results
  • Interpret and analyze field and laboratory results for use in design
  • Provide geotechnical engineering recommendations regarding (but not limited to) soil and rock engineering parameters, soil liquefaction assessments, seismic analysis, frost issues, soil dynamic parameters and site development and pavement design
  • Liaise with contractors which include conducting site inspection and supervision, and Quality Assurance and Quality Control inspections
  • Prepare cost estimates and proposals for a variety of stakeholders
  • Oversee the work of engineering interns and technologists and technicians and provide guidance and mentoring to more junior staff
  • Monitor progress on all projects to ensure timelines, targets and budgets are being met
  • Ensure proper project planning is in place for the scheduling, staffing and resourcing of teams in order to ensure the effective execution of projects
Job Requirements:
  • 10 years of experience in oil sands mining (open pit) or coal-based geotechnical engineering (a considerable portion of this time should have been in formal technical leadership roles with an emphasis on leading construction design work in an open pit mine)
  • Experience with development and reporting of performance and construction monitoring reporting to Alberta Energy Regulator (AER)
  • Registered or immediately eligible for registration as a Professional Engineer with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA)
  • Civil or geotechnical engineering degree; additional geotechnical education and training in soil and rock mechanics would be an asset
  • Possess a valid driver’s licence and a clean driving record

SENIOR ACCOUNTANT

Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Ensure integrity of financial transactions through appropriate reconciliation, investigation, and analysis 
  • Record financial transactions timely and accurately
  • Perform month-end activities
  • Coordinate board of director meetings, including scheduling, preparing materials, taking meeting minutes, managing minute books, and circulating board materials
  • Prepare and file in-country key financial statements
  • Coordinate statutory and tax authority audits
  • Liaise with in-country management as well as central consolidation teams on planning, budgeting, forecasting, and performance reporting for our various entities
  • Provide day-to-day office management
Job Requirements:
  • Eight or more years of progressive financial experience and exposure across multiple disciplines of finance (financial planning and analysis, treasury, tax, controls)
  • Oil and gas industry experience is preferred
  • Bachelor or Master’s degree in Accounting or Auditing
  • Member of the Netherlands Institute of Chartered Accountants (RA designation) is preferred

FIELD COORDINATOR

Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Coordinate field work for our multi-discipline and contract craftsmen performing the repair, adjustment, modification, removal and/or installation of plant equipment and facilities, ensuring the work is completed in a safe and efficient manner
  • Act as the single point of contact with contractors and monitor contractor performance management on a daily basis
  • Ensure incidents are managed as per the Edmonton refinery incident learning and prevention governance process
  • Complete personnel and contractor safety audits; participate in and promote safety initiatives
  • Assist with resource allocation decisions to ensure that department work, back-logs and customer needs are handled effectively
  • Participate in leadership safety contact visits with team leaders and senior management
  • Provide technical support to craft groups, area teams, engineering and other department stakeholders as needed
  • Progress scheduled work operations and assist in job planning in SAP as required
  • Identify improvement opportunities within the department and support continuous improvement initiatives
  • Assist with the creation or review of craft safe work procedures
Job Requirements:
  • Five to 10 years of post-apprenticeship experience in an industrial environment
  • Experience coordinating work crews and monitoring safety performance is preferred
  • Valid Alberta Journeyman Instrumentation Certificate and / or an Interprovincial Red Seal Journeyman Instrumentation Certificate; attach your Journeyman / Red Seal ticket with your application in order to be considered
  • High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED)
  • Possess a valid driver’s licence and a clean driving record

WHOLESALE BUSINESS MANAGER

Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Build annual business plans for renewal dates with marketers
  • Complete monthly on-site visits with marketers and agents and monthly financial reviews with marketers
  • Engage with our direct sales and lubricants team to maximize sales and profitability
  • Work with asset management on capital projects
  • Follow up on the implementation of all wholesale strategies at the site level and address deviations efficiently
  • Build action plans to address operational and financial challenges
  • Ensure our strategic and tactical programs are being effectively implemented in a timely manner
Job Requirements:
  • Three or more years of business consulting and field experience is preferred
  • Extensive experience with income statements and balance sheet reviews
  • Experience building complex, multi-million dollar business plans
  • Post-secondary education in business or finance is preferred
  • Possess a valid driver’s licence and a clean driving record

CO-OP STUDENT, GEOLOGY

Location: CANADA
Job Description:
  • Organize field data
  • Maintain core logging
  • Assist the database administrator in ensuring that quality assurance (QA) and quality control standards are met and maintained by external laboratories
Job Requirements:
  • Previous experience in sedimentary basins or in petroleum industry related jobs would be an asset
  • Currently enrolled in 2nd or 3rd year of a geology or geological sciences degree program at an accredited post-secondary institution, and returning to full-time studies after the work term
  • Attach your transcripts with your application in order to be considered; clearly indicate the length of work term for which you are available


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