I've been supported all along the way... from my first co-op placement, to getting my professional accounting designation, to making time for things that are important to me.
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I moved to New Brunswick for an exciting and challenging career. Within no time, I felt like I was part of the home team… in more ways than one.
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85% of New Brunswick is forest, and I believe it needs to stay that way. I knew I wanted to work for a company with a plan to take care of our natural resources.
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The forest is an important part of our communities. I want to be a part of sustaining them and keeping them healthy.
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I grew up here, so I understand how much the forest means to New Brunswick. And I want my kids to experience it like I did.
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My job is in the forest, but that’s not where it ends. I've walked these woods and fished these rivers for over 40 years.
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I’ve seen friends move out west, and I know there are good opportunities – but none that I feel are better than the one I’ve chosen, close to the people and things that matter to me the most.
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  • Would it be possible to let the people of New Brunswick know an approximate dollar amount that all your company employees pay in both Federal and Provincial taxes?

    JDI has forestry-related operations in 13 different communities across all regions of New Brunswick. The main activities of these operations include: woodlands, logging, sawmills, pulp & paper mills and tissue plants. In 2013, JDI’s New Brunswick forest products operations boosted provincial GDP (Gross Domestic Product) by $1 billion.

    In 2013, the employment income generated by JDI forestry-related operations in New Brunswick resulted in approximately:

    • Personal income taxes paid: $80.6 million*
    • HST paid: $34.7 million*
    • An estimated $9.7 million in personal property taxes paid (local & provincial)*  
    • An estimated $58 million worth of indirect taxes (e.g. corporate property taxes, fuel taxes, vehicle license fees, land transfer taxes, and any sales taxes arising out of the corporate activity).
    • In total, an estimated $183 million worth of tax revenue.

    *SOURCES: Using the Ernst & Young 2013 Personal Tax Calculator. Only shows the estimated income taxes owed ­ not including any potential deductions. HST was derived using Statistics Canada Table 203 – 0001: Survey of Household Spending (SHS) for 2010.

  • Is JDI a Canadian-based company? I understand that the roots of the company come from New Brunswick, but is it true that for taxation purposes, the business is based out of Canada?

    Asked on September 11, 2014 at 12:43pm

    J.D. Irving, Limited (JDI) is a New Brunswick company, and we’ve been based here since 1882 with our main office in Saint John. As a Canadian corporation, we have contributed to the Canadian tax system for many years. 

  • How do I apply for product donation for our Canadian registered charity?

    Asked on July 31, 2014 at 2:41pm

    We strongly believe in supporting the communities where we live and work, and welcome requests relating to Education, Environment, Health and Wellness through our online application. Due to the number of requests we receive, it typically takes up to six weeks to process a request.

  • Hi, I am interested in a position at JDI and was wondering what’s the typical wait time after applying in which I may be contacted if selected for the position.

    Asked on July 23, 2014 at 1:20pm

    Hi there and thanks for your question. The answer can vary depending on a number of factors - like how many applicants there were, what the hiring department was etc. In some cases, only applicants who have been selected for an interview may be contacted. If you have sent in an application, you can follow up by contacting irvingcareers@jdirving.com.