Date Posted

August 15, 2023

Meet Charles Jones. Charles has been in the transportation industry for 32 years and has extensive experience as a class 1 truck driver with eight years of transportation safety coordinator experience. He has the National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO) designation, has upgraded his computer skills to an advanced level and has numerous transportation related certificates. Charles continues to be interested in learning and is focused on establishing himself in a new role within the transportation industry.

Name:  Charles Jones

Location: Edmonton, Alberta

Positions of Interest: Permits coordinator, safety advisor

Potential to return to driving with truck modifications: No

Type of employment desired: Full-time

Availability: Edmonton and area, with the ability to relocate if required. Available weekdays, evenings and weekends

English level: Fluent

Class of license: Class 5

Years of truck driving experience: 32

Other work experience: Safety coordinator, equipment operator

Additional industry training:

  • NCSO, Alberta Construction Association, Edmonton, AB 2010
  • Active safety tickets:
  • Computer Enhancement Training, ReTrain Canada, Edmonton, AB 2021
  • Workplace Hazardous Materials information System (WHMIS) – Train the Trainer Certified 2019
  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods – Train the Trainer Certified 2019
  • Ground Disturbance Advanced for Supervisors Certified 2017
  • Commercial Drivers Hours of Service and Fatigue Management Certified 2016
  • Federal Hours of Service and Drivers Log Certified 2015
  • Leadership for Safety Excellence Certified 2010

Able to pass a motor vehicle records check: Yes

Worker abilities:

  • Effective interpersonal, leadership and communication skills
  • Experience in ensuring compliance with all company safety regulations, policies and safety system requirements
  • Ability to prioritize and organize tasks
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Well-developed ability to diagnose problems and determine the appropriate action
  • Fast learner with an ability to adapt quickly
  • Experience with conflict resolution
  • Knowledge around developing policies and plans to reduce and eliminate employee risk of injury
  • Ability to manage administrative tasks

Charles is eager for this new opportunity! With a little guidance and training from the right employer, Charles will be well on his way to becoming a valuable addition to your organization!

You and Charles will both benefit from our training on the job program. Charles will develop skills and gain work experience while you receive financial assistance from WCB during the training period. Other benefits include:

  • Receiving funding for training, such as Mandatory Entry Level Training (MELT), business courses etc.
  • Saving money on training costs/wages during the training period.
  • Accessing a skilled and motivated talent pool.
  • Receiving protection for the costs of any injury or re-injury that might occur during a Training-on-the Job (TOJ) program.
  • Obtaining coordination of ergonomic assessments and workplace modifications (if applicable).

At the end of the program, you will have a fully trained employee who will contribute to your company!

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