I started here as a student, and now I’m working with our HR team. I connect great people with the right careers. I love playing a part in bringing, and keeping, the best and brightest here in New Brunswick.
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Family matters, and mine is on the East Coast. I knew I wanted to raise my family here. And it’s good to know that whether I’m in the office or the mill, I’m strengthening communities where we work… and live.
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I've always been up for a challenge – from competitive mountain biking to my career. And when I wanted to take my career to the next level, JDI put me through an MBA. I’m always supported and empowered to take on the next challenge.
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After 17 years away, I wanted to come home to New Brunswick. Now, I lead an HR team focused on finding and developing great people, including 200+ summer students, every year. This is where careers grow and I love being a part of that.
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Joining the New Graduate Program at JDI Logistics was an easy decision. Now I have a fast-paced career, here at home. I’m embarking on a career that can go anywhere with a company that can, well, go anywhere.
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I worked in forestry, and a few years ago, I was up for a new challenge. JDI supported me in this transition. Now they are supporting me through my MBA so I can continue to make big moves – in my career and on the sea.
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It’s empowering to lead a growing business and to work with a great crew. And doing it in New Brunswick means I can raise my kids in a great community and enjoy quality time with my family. And I know our crew gets to make it home every night too.
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I moved from Mali to study civil engineering at Université de Moncton. And once I was here, I quickly realized I wanted to stay. Now I work on innovative projects with a wonderful team, designing new homes in a place that feels like home.
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After backpacking abroad, I was ready to come home to a rewarding career. I worked with JDI when I was in university and realized the career opportunities were endless. So it was a natural fit. The skills I have and the job I love can take me anywhere I want to go.
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After university, I moved to Calgary. When my niece was born, I realized I didn’t want to be the uncle she saw once a year. I took a job with JDI and quickly realized it was a career. I was even supported through an MBA.
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I have 20 years of managerial experience in the auto rental industry. Do you have any related openings within your fleet departments?Asked on January 6, 2015 at 6:36pm
what questions will be asked in second round interview that interviewed by managers? How should I prepare it?Asked on December 19, 2014 at 5:52pm
A second round interview is typically held with the Hiring Manager for the position as well as others from the business operations. At this level of interview you should be prepared for more technical related questions or scenarios based on your profession and experience, field of study, and the position for which you are applying. The business may also want to understand your motivations for considering the position and how you would like to grow your career with JDI.
What happened to the court case involving a JKI employee locating a road through a blue heron colony?Asked on December 7, 2014 at 6:57pm
Thanks for your email. The incident you are referring to is the only charge ever laid against JDI under the Migratory Birds Act. It is important to note that no blue herons died as a result of the incident. Our company was fined $10,000 under section 6(a) of the Migratory Bird Act. Following the incident we also contributed $50,000 to Bird Studies Canada in Sackville N.B. for bird research.
The road adjacent to the original colony of 29 nests was blocked off and the colony was added to JDI's Unique Areas Program. The colony subsequently grew to 64 nests by 2008 and maintained a stable population up to latest ground survey of the area.
We have 260 sites (14413 ha) that have Bird as their primary significance in the database. Within NB only, there are 206 sites (13301ha).
We monitor this site regularly and the Manager of the Unique Areas Program has scheduled a site visit in June/July of 2015.
The company has been internationally recognized for bird habitat research and conservation.
I have been trying to get more information on apprenticeships with Irving as a machinist. Where would I find further info on job fairs, openings, etc?Asked on November 27, 2014 at 5:02pm