A lot goes into ensuring trees are healthy…science, research, analysis. I’m proud that the breakthroughs we make here at home may improve tree health around the world.
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I thought I had to go out west for the experience. But now I have the career I want with a company that’s investing and growing in New Brunswick. It’s good to be back.
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I wanted to come home to New Brunswick, but I didn’t want to sacrifice an exciting career at the leading edge of my industry. Fortunately, I can have it all.
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There’s a lot to watch over when you’re planning 80 years out – tree health, water, soil, animal habitats. Luckily, we have 150 forestry specialists on the job.
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I know our communities face some challenges, but when I see the 1,700 suppliers we work with around New Brunswick I get excited about the opportunities.
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Can Irving offer me a job? I am basically residing in India and I have 30 years experience in electrical and electronics controls.Asked on June 25, 2014 at 3:11pm
I am currently looking for work as a steel fabrication apprentice and would like to know how I go about applying for a position with your company.Asked on June 20, 2014 at 9:11pm
Does Irving have any janitorial or cleaning positions? If so what would the search title be in job search?Asked on May 20, 2014 at 11:03am
Thanks for your question. We encourage you to click here and visit our career page - use "Custodial" or "Custodian" as keywords for searching. We do have a Team Lead, Custodial position posted now, if you'd like to check it out.
Is it true you will receive the rights to use off road trucks on Route 107 from Napagen to Valley Forest Road? Are off-road trucks going to travel that road and are you going to tear up the chipseal on that road?Asked on May 14, 2014 at 4:51pm
Thank you for your question. We are currently building a logging road between Chipman and Deersdale that will remove the majority of truck traffic from Route 107. The Department of Transportation will keep ownership and oversight of Route 107. JDI will use regular approved and licensed highway truck configurations on this route (not off-road trucks or double trailers) and these trucks will carry legally permitted payloads.