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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  • 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

    Thank you for your email. The careers section of our website is updated regularly with events and current openings with JDI. You can find all of the information as it's posted by clicking here. You can also follow us on Twitter at @JDICareers to see the latest career and recruitment opportunities.

  • Why do you not respond to the emails sent to irvingcareers@jdirving.com? I've only received an automated message. Its been almost a month now and no reply.

    Asked on November 24, 2014 at 5:02pm
    The mailbox for irvingcareers@jdirving.com is monitored daily and is intended to be used when applicants experience trouble completing the online application form.  We responded as quickly as possible to resolve these issues.  Applicants wishing to submit an application can follow the instructions in the automated response to complete the online application form.
  • Hi, do you have specific requirements for labourers, welders and spray painters to be considered?

    Asked on November 22, 2014 at 8:44am

    Job postings in all of these areas, would contain details about the skills, experience and training required.  We encourage to check out the careers section of our website by clicking here. Thank you for your email.

  • JDI claims they care about our forests according to one of your television commercials. If this is the case, after a MASS clear-cutting operation, why are the cut trees replaced with only 1 species? NB forests are mixed so in that case shouldn't they be replaced with both soft and hardwood trees? Also, why does JDI feel the necessity to clear numerous square kilometres of NB forests. When my daughter is my age, the beautiful mixed NB forests no longer be around aside from protected areas.

    Asked on November 18, 2014 at 2:15pm

    Thank you for your question. We currently grow both softwoods and hardwoods and plant 6 species of softwoods.  Since hardwood regenerates naturally, we work to grow healthy tolerant hardwood stands.  Today New Brunswick has more hardwood than it did 50 years ago.