Associate of Infield Operations (NOC 12010)

November 10 2023
Expected expiry date: December 9 2023
Industries Healthcare, social assistance
Categories Project, Project management, Planning
Moncton, NB • Full time

Job Title: Associate of Infield Operations (NOC 12010)

Hiring Company: Canadian Health Labs (CHL)

Business Address: 3-1870 Albion Road, Etobicoke, Ontario M9W 5T2

Number of Available Positions: 2

Start Date: ASAP

Term of Employment: Full-Time, Permanent.

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Job Duties:

As an associate of infield operations, your role is vital in ensuring the smooth and efficient execution of tasks and activities in the field. Your responsibilities may vary depending on your industry or organization, but generally, your roles may include:

  • Planning and scheduling: You will be responsible for developing plans and schedules for field operations, which may include assigning tasks to team members, coordinating with other departments or teams, and creating timelines to meet project or operational goals.
  • Resource management: You will be responsible for managing resources such as personnel, equipment, and materials needed for field operations. This may involve coordinating with vendors, tracking inventory, and ensuring that the necessary resources are available when and where they are needed.
  • Communication and coordination: You will serve as a point of contact for communication and coordination between different stakeholders, such as team members, clients, and other relevant parties. This may involve relaying information, resolving conflicts, and ensuring that everyone is working together towards a common goal.
  • Safety and compliance: You will be responsible for ensuring that field operations comply with safety regulations, company policies, and industry standards. This may involve providing training to team members and ensuring that appropriate safety measures are in place.
  • Troubleshooting and problem-solving: You will be responsible for identifying and resolving issues that may arise during field operations. This may involve analyzing problems, developing solutions, and making decisions to mitigate risks and ensure that operations continue smoothly.
  • Reporting and documentation: You will be responsible for preparing reports, documenting field activities, and maintaining records. This may involve capturing data, analyzing trends, and providing regular updates to relevant stakeholders.
  • Continuous improvement: You will be responsible for identifying opportunities for improvement in field operations and implementing changes to enhance efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity. This may involve analyzing processes, gathering feedback, and implementing best practices.

Overall, as an associate of infield operations, your role is multifaceted, involving planning, organizing, coordinating, and monitoring various aspects of field operations to ensure that they are carried out successfully and achieve desired outcomes.

Role requirements:

  • Education: University or College level diploma in business or business management
  • Experience: Must have 1 year experience in the medical logistics field

Wage: $27.00 per hour

Benefits: Nil

Language: English

Location of Work: Moncton, New Brunswick – 795 Main Street, Suite 300, Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 1E9

Contact: Please apply online via:

Johana Salinas, Senior Talent Specialist, Email:   

3-1870 Albion Road, Etobicoke, Ontario M9W 5T2




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