Labourer
Richardson International
Wakaw, SK
Job Description
At Richardson International, being truly invested is at the heart of everything we do. For 160 years, Richardson has been dedicated to Canadian agriculture. Recognized as a global leader in agriculture and food processing, Richardson is one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies with more than 2,500 employees across Canada, the U.S. and the U.K.

Richardson Pioneer, a division of Richardson International, is Canada’s leading agribusiness. Richardson Pioneer supports Canadian farmers throughout the growing season – providing agronomic services and advice, selling crop inputs, buying their crops at harvest and selling them to markets around the world through the most efficient network of high throughput Ag Business Centres in Western Canada.

Working with Richardson opens the door to a world of possibility. We currently have an opportunity for a Casual Labourer at our Richardson Pioneer Ag Business Centre located in Wakaw, SK. As a Labourer, you will be part of the team that works hands on to support the safe, efficient and profitable operation of a grain handling and/or crop input facility.

Responsibilities:
Deliveries of chemical and seed to local customers
Loads and unloads fertilizer and crop protection products; performs other plant operation duties as assigned
Operates facility equipment and controls such as blenders
Performs general maintenance and housekeeping responsibilities

Qualifications:
Previous general labourer experience
Proven communication and interpersonal skills and attention to detail
An agriculture background is an asset
A valid Class 5 license is required
Richardson International provides an excellent compensation package consisting of competitive salary, pension, a flexible benefits plan and training and career development opportunities.

Interested candidates should click the Apply icon to apply online .

Richardson International values diversity in the workplace. Women, Aboriginal People, Visible Minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply and self-identify.