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Camp Manager in Training

  • Full Time
  • 2023-02-28

Website White Lake Limited Partnership


We’ve been serving Canadian clients for over 75 years. The companies that began independently and now form Dexterra Group have an outstanding record of supporting the infrastructure and built assets that play a vital role in our society and helping our clients achieve higher performance and productivity. Powered by passionate people, we bring the right teams with the right skills together – offering both experience and regional expertise so companies can operate their day to day, confidently and successfully.


The Camp Manager in Training will work directly with an experienced Camp Manager to learn the necessary skills and requirements over a 24-week period for becoming a Camp Manager in a remote camp.

Key Responsibilities:

Working with the culinary team to develop menus in accordance with the scope of work
Oversight of housekeeping and janitorial departments (dividing workloads, record keeping, etc.)
Responsible for weekly food ordering and forecasting consumable requirements.
Responsible for filling out weekly report with accurate expenditures, camp occupancy, and labour numbers.
Approving timecards through ADP Time & Attendance.
Developing order guides through company vendors.
Monthly inventory count of all consumable items on site (food, paper, chemical, and uniforms).
Participating in the company quality program through FTQ360 and ensuring that participation remains above 85% on a weekly basis.
Managing training records for all employees on site.
Delivering on the job training to new employees.
Ensuring that all food products are dated, rotated, and disposed of based on FIFO standards and adhering to the company HACCP programs.
Maintaining a safe workplace in accordance with all government regulations (postings, paperwork, toolbox talks, etc.)

Development Plan:

Weeks 1 – 6

Introduction to company systems, policies, and procedures through
Site specific training as required
Training on CUBE HSE software on how to complete an incident report
Training on ADP payroll software on how to enter, approve, and edit timecards for employees
Training on NetSuite Financial Application software on how to enter, approve, receive purchase orders, invoices, and services
Training on FTQ360 and quality program
Training on internal reporting requirements (daily, weekly, monthly)
Contract review including scope of work and contractual obligations
Training on conflict resolution and disciplinary actions with Human Resources Advisor
Working under the supervision of the Camp Manager
Complete Food Safety Training
Weeks 7 – 12

Create 10 – 15 purchase orders as required
Receive 10 – 15 purchase orders as required
Completing internal daily report
Completing internal weekly report
Completing monthly HSE reports and reporting requirements
Enter the month end inventory into the relevant company documents / systems
Complete an incident report with the assistance of the HSE coordinator
Complete a weeks’ worth of FTQ audits and send the report to the client and internal quality manager
Divide workloads for housekeeping each day
Training on Gordon Food Service ordering tool – learn how to create order guides, inventories, and par levels
Participate in menu planning and development with Chef
Approve, review, and edit timecards as required daily
Completing some tasks independently, but with Camp Manager on site for mentorship
Complete JHSC training
Weeks 13 – 18

Complete month end inventory under the supervision of the Camp Manager
Participate in LDR leadership training (3-day program)
Introduction to schedule management and travel management with Workforce Logistics team
Introduction to Smart recruiters and hiring process
Running reports on Netsuite related to vendor payment and outstanding purchase orders or invoices
Coding purchase card receipts as required
Running payroll reports on ADP for the completion of the weekly operations report
Running toolbox talks each morning
Run reports in camp management software, identify trends, and recognize how these affect operations
Work with hourly employees on training requirements and provide mentorship
Deliver disciplinary action to employees (supervised by Camp Manager)
Completing all tasks independently, but with Camp Manager on site for mentorship
Weeks 19 – 24

Completing ordering, inventory, and editing order guides as required (unsupervised)
Completing all daily, weekly, monthly reports
Leading by example to all hourly employees
Dealing with client complaints and resolutions
Dealing with interpersonal employee conflict
Setting and attending meetings with the client
Completing all payroll activities
Completing all Netsuite activities
Completing all HSE activities
Completing all administrative activities as it relates to room bookings and assignments
Participating in the Global Safety and Quality Call as required
Hosting monthly team talks with the group
Working independently with Camp Manager on call in case of emergency

·        Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Office365, SharePoint, Excel, etc.)

·        Must have an acceptable Criminal Records Check

·        G licensed driver required and acceptable drivers abstract

·        Preference will be given to Pic Mobert Band members and Pic Mobert Band       Members are strongly encouraged to apply

·        Acceptable pre-employment drug and alcohol screening is required

·        Education or experience in Food and Beverage or Hospitality Management considered an asset

·        You have the ability to:

Lift, carry, push, or pull up to 50 lbs
Climb ladders or stairs
Stand, walk, squat, kneel or sit according to task for extended lengths of time
Perform repetitive hand work requiring full use of both hands
Perform work with arms at full length
Work with arms above shoulder height

FREE meals and FREE accommodations while on site!
Your own PRIVATE room with cable TV and Wi-Fi across site
We will pay YOU up to $2000 for anyone you refer to us that is hired (there is no limit – refer as many people as you would like!)
You will receive medical and dental benefits
Excellent work-life balance
Opportunity to learn new skills and move-up in positions
Work Schedule and Remuneration:

Schedule can be flexible based on the successful candidate’s schedule (14 days on/14 off, 7 days on/7 off or 5 days on/2 days off). They may be expected to work weekdays, weekends, and general holidays.

Specific pay details are discussed at the interview phase.

Dexterra Group is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, Indigenous status, or any other legally protected factors. Disability-related accommodations during the application process are available upon request.

Please submit resume to Annette Currie

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