We are always on the lookout for talented and enthusiastic people to join our team. If you are just starting your career or you are looking for your next professional challenge, we would like to talk to you.

One Team, One Goal

We are a family business, and we treat all of our employees like family. Wherever we work, anywhere in the world, for us, it’s home. We embrace equality, diversity, and inclusion and we believe in helping our employees build careers, not resumes.

Current Opportunities

JOB OPENING

Executive Coordinator

As a 4th generation family business, Crosbie is a leader in the offshore oil & gas, marine construction, and commercial and residential real estate markets. A growth-oriented company, Crosbie is focused on both its core markets and investing in new and emerging sectors. With its head office located in St. John’s, NL, there are additional locations in the Maritimes, the United States and Guyana. Having been in business for well over a century, Crosbie has continuously adapted to changing industry demands. Safely providing superior client-focused solutions, Crosbie merges world-class expertise with local, deeply held values. Since 2015, Crosbie has been part of Best Managed Companies, Canada’s leading business award program that recognizes excellence by privately-owned Canadian companies, an acknowledgment of the company’s exceptional business performance in a fast-changing world.

On behalf of our partner, we are seeking an Executive Coordinator to join their team! This is an exciting opportunity to support this leading employer, working with executives in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.

The Executive Coordinator will primarily support the CEO, as well as the Board Chair and Advisory Board. As the Executive Coordinator, you will take care of the executive, administrative and governance support as well as help coordinate activities and act as the primary point of contact. Managing calendars and work schedules, coordinating travel and handling calls and inquiries are just some of the responsibilities undertaken by the Executive Coordinator. A focus on the corporate office is critical for this position, ensuring that all documents, presentations, and communication coming from the team is timely and professional. Building strong relationships with all levels of staff and stakeholders is essential in this role.

We are seeking a confident and hard-working individual who enjoys a fast paced and busy environment. Proficiency in organization, planning, scheduling and time management with the ability to multi-task and prioritize work is key to success in this role. Post secondary education in office administration, business or a related field of study, combined with administrative experience and/or customer service in a professional environment supporting senior level staff would be an asset. Advanced level knowledge of computer applications including MS Office is required. The proven ability to handle highly confidential information with tact and discretion is important in this role. You are an exceptional communicator with strong attention to detail who is self-sufficient and can execute tasks with minimal information. As a collaborative team player, you look to strengthen the environment with a positive, winning attitude. You take strong initiative and can make decisions and anticipate the needs of a busy executive team but know when to ask questions and use your resourcefulness to bring solutions to the table. You enjoy contributing to the growth of an organization and are always eager to jump in and help wherever necessary.

To express interest in this opportunity, apply here https://www.meridiarecruitment.ca/Career/16251. For more information, contact Krista Power at 709-722-4462. If you require accommodation to participate in the recruitment process, please let us know.

Meridia Recruitment connects leading organizations with top talent by building strong relationships and creating ideal matches with candidates because we are only successful when you are. We appreciate your interest in this opportunity.

To learn more about Meridia Recruitment, our job opportunities, and career advice, we invite you to explore our website: www.meridiarecruitment.ca. For information on opportunities with our parent company, Knightsbridge Robertson Surrette, visit www.kbrs.ca.

JOB OPENING

Accounting Coordinator

The Accounting Coordinator is an integral part of the accounting team. Some of the responsibilities include invoicing for various companies, processing cash receipts, recording
investment transactions, ensuring tax compliance, and other general accounting functions.

Responsibilities – What You’ll do

  • Assist in the preparation of monthly working paper files
  • Support annual budget preparation and monthly budget to actual analysis
  • Review and communicate intercompany balances and shareholder accounts monthly
  • Reconcile monthly credit card statements to ensure expenses and taxes are properly coded and reimbursables are clearly identified
  • Ensure tax compliance is maintained regarding HST, payroll, and corporate tax installments
  • Prepare cash flow forecasts and communicate the forecast to the Finance Manager
  • Provide reimbursable invoices to accounts receivable for monthly billings

Qualifications -Your Background

  • Post-secondary degree/diploma in accounting, business, or related field
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in an accounting role
  • Extensive knowledge of accounting, purchasing, and rebilling of accounts
  • Working knowledge of Sage 300, Sage 50, JONAS, Microsoft Office Suite, and SharePoint
  • Ability to handle and prioritize tasks in an independent, timely, and professional manner

Core Skills – What you Bring to the company:

  • Ability to prioritize workload and meet critical deadlines
  • Ability to work well under pressure
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Positive can-do Attitude

A little bit about Crosbie

As a 4th generation family business, Crosbie is a leader in the offshore oil & gas, marine construction, and commercial and residential real estate markets. A growth-oriented company, Crosbie is both focused on its core markets and investing in new and emerging sectors.

With its head office located in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, Crosbie has additional locations in the Maritimes, the United States, and Guyana.

Having been in business well over a century, Crosbie has continuously adapted to changing industry demands. Safely providing superior client-focused solutions, Crosbie merges worldclass expertise with local, deeply held values.

Crosbie is part of Best Managed Companies, Canada’s leading business award program that recognizes excellence by privately-owned Canadian companies. Annually, hundreds of entrepreneurial companies compete for this designation in a rigorous process. Crosbie has successfully received this highly competitive designation each year since 2015, an acknowledgement of the company’s exceptional business performance in a fast-changing world.

Crosbie is committed to fostering a diverse workforce and a respectful work environment. We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified individuals.
If you require this job advertising in an alternate format or require accessibility supports to complete your application, please contact us immediately or contact our community partners at Inclusion NL to access the supports you require. (kathy@inclusionNL.ca or 709-697-3323).

JOB OPENING

General Manager, MacKinnon & Olding

MacKinnon & Olding (M&O), a Crosbie Member Company, is one of Eastern Canada’s trusted providers of onshore industrial services to the marine sector. M&O offers a complete soft trades solution including five specialty services areas under one roof, with more than 30 years of experience in each division: surface preparation, scaffolding, marine paintings and coatings, marine and industrial insulation, and industrial flooring. With over 200 employees, M&O is one of the largest industrial maintenance companies in eastern Canada.

M&O is seeking a General Manager who will be accountable for developing, implementing, and leading the direction and strategy for all of M&O’s operations, ensuring the delivery of high-quality services to all clients in an efficient, profitable, and safe manner.  Reporting directly to the MacKinnon & Olding Group Vice-President, and indirectly to the Crosbie’s Chief Operating Officer, the General Manager, M&O, will be based in Halifax and be a primary point of contact between M&O and its superintendents, partners, and external stakeholders.  As a key member of the broader Crosbie leadership team, you will be a valuable contributor to enterprise-wide growth strategies and a strong advocate for Crosbie and M&O’s shared vision and culture. You will be a visible role model within M&O, and the broader context of Crosbie member companies, exemplifying a shared vision and culture and maintaining a sense of engagement, urgency, and accountability. You will also serve as a safety champion, embedding a strong safety culture across the whole operation and provide leadership to all safety-related initiatives and processes; develop appropriate business analytics reports that bring together metrics, benchmarks and KPI’s from across the business to support enterprise-wide growth, risk-mitigation and sound decision-making; develop and maintain seamless working relationships with key clients, regulators, union representatives, local/public stakeholders, and all team members; work with other senior leaders to ensure customer needs are well anticipated and used to inform business, operational, capital, and other plans.

The ideal candidate has 15+ years of experience in senior leadership roles, preferably in marine and industrial contracting, and a successful track record of building and implementing strategies for fostering organizational growth and delivering results. You are a proven business and operational leader with expertise in identifying and driving value in an organization and identifying opportunities for organizational improvement and success. With highly developed interpersonal and communication skills, you can effectively engage, inspire, and influence a wide variety of colleagues including senior executives, field staff, and union leaders, as well as senior-level internal and external stakeholders. You are a natural collaborator and team-builder who can develop mutually trusting relationships within a multi-disciplinary environment, and you have an innate client/customer service orientation, as well as a solid understanding of the competitive environment within the marine and industrial contracting industry. You have the professional and technical experience required to lead management and field teams within a marine and industrial contracting environment and to effectively manage labour relations. You will support the professional development of your team, lead by example in championing the values and culture of the organization, and establish a clear direction for achieving all established goals and objectives. Experience working effectively in within family-owned businesses and French language skills are valuable assets.

If you are interested in this leadership opportunity, please click on the Apply Now button below or by submitting your resume online at www.kbrs.ca/Career/16036. For more information, contact Jeff Forbes at jforbes@kbrs.ca or Camilla Quaglia at cquaglia.ca.

KBRS can provide support in the recruitment processes to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that takes into account an applicant’s accessibility needs. If you require accommodation in order to participate as a candidate in the recruitment process, please contact accommodate@kbrs.ca.

JOB OPENING

Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ) Coordinator (2 year contract)

MacKinnon & Olding (M&O), A Crosbie Member Company, is currently seeking a Health, Safety, Environment, and Quality (HSEQ) Coordinator (2-year contract) based in Lévis, Quebec operating on a rotational schedule. M&O is an ISO 9001 and COR-NSCSA certified company, and its strict adherence to maintaining all certifications and abiding by government regulations has made M&O a leading marine contractor to the Royal Canadian Navy. M&O’s core business services include scaffolding, surface preparation, painting/coatings, insulation, and flooring.

Option of local or rotational position with LOA and travel.

Under the guidance of the Manager, HSEQ, the HSEQ Coordinator is primarily responsible for ensuring continued compliance within M&O and the clients’ HSEQ management systems. They are also responsible for promoting all aspects of HSEQ throughout M&O worksites, communicating with clients concerning Health, Safety, Environment, and Quality, and providing support to the Project Management team(s). This role will ensure worksite compliance to legislative and corporate standards and client requirements and enhance the existing safety culture.

Essential Functions

  • Perform routine worksite visits and HSEQ inspections to ensure compliance; prepare reports to track corrective and preventative actions from inspections
  • Meet and interact with clients, operational employees, project teams and managers to deliver a consistent message and further enhance the safety culture
  • Monitor HSEQ performance and compliance, focus on identifying trends and implementing best practices in health, safety, environment and quality
  • Participate in internal/external audits and inspections and assist in the preparation of reports (safety and quality assurance)
  • Perform timely and accurate accident/incident investigations (root cause analysis) and follow-up action plans
  • Facilitate and monitor compliance of health, safety and environmental related activities (e.g. FLRA, daily toolbox meetings and documentation, hazard analysis, development, review of JSA’s etc.)
  • Conduct new hire orientations
  • Support Superintendents, Forepersons, and front-line employees on HSEQ requirements with a strong focus on safety culture improvement
  • Assist with Case Management and RTW requirement

Qualifications

  • French and English Bilingual oral and written
  • 3-5 years work experience in an HSEQ role, preferably in an industrial setting, with field experience
  • Post-secondary education in Occupational Health and Safety with additional Quality Assurance education being an asset, or, Post-secondary education in a technical program
  • Above average proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Ability to learn and manage client HSEQ software
  • Demonstrated excellence in collaborating and working effectively in a team environment and developing relationships with all disciplines
  • Strong leadership capabilities
  • Ability to competently perform HSE audits, incident investigations, and training sessions
  • Excellent communication skills. Bilingual in French and English is considered an asset
  • Ability to provide coaching with respect to compliance of M&O and client policies and procedures
  • Good analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • Comfortable and capable of working at heights and in confined spaces
  • Strong desire for continuous improvement and learning
  • An OH&S designation (CRSP, CHSC, NCSO, CSS) would be considered an asset

MacKinnon & Olding is committed to fostering a diverse workforce and a respectful work environment. We embrace equality, diversity, and inclusion and encourage applications from all qualified individuals.

A little bit about us

MacKinnon and Olding has been actively engaged in the construction of new vessels and in the repair & maintenance of vessels, both commercially and with the Canadian Navy since 1984. Our primary services include scaffolding, surface preparation, painting/coatings, insulation and flooring. We have a demonstrated and strong commitment to the health, safety and well being of our employees and to protection of the environment.

JOB OPENING

Carpenters (Journeypersons/Apprentices)

Rockwood Homes is a division of Crosbie. Crosbie has been involved in the real estate and construction industries in Newfoundland and Labrador for over 50 years. Over the last 50 years, the company has gained extensive and diverse real estate experiences while consistently achieving success.

We have an immediate need for a qualified Journeyperson Carpenter to build and renovate homes in subdivisions located across the greater St. John’s metro area.

Responsibilities

  • Ability to supervise 1-2 apprentices
  • Read and interpret blueprints and drawings
  • Knowledge and understanding of local building code and conformance requirements to national building code
  • Install foundations, framing, floor joists, roof trusses and finish trim
  • Install finish carpentry and millwork such as baseboard, crown moulding and wainscoting
  • Demonstrated pride in quality of work
  • Ability to regularly meet deadlines is paramount
  • Follow safe working practices and promote safety awareness

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 3 years experience as a Journeyperson Carpenter
  • Safety conscious
  • Experience with general contracting
  • Able to work within tight deadlines
  • Builds constructive and effective relationships

CROSBIE

As a 4th generation family business, Crosbie is a leader in the offshore oil & gas, marine construction, and commercial and residential real estate markets. A growth-oriented company, Crosbie is both focused on its core markets and investing in new and emerging sectors.

With its head office located in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, Crosbie have additional locations in the Maritimes, the United States and Guyana.

Having been in business for well over a century, Crosbie has continuously adapted to changing industry demands. Safely providing superior client-focused solutions, Crosbie merges world-class expertise with local, deeply held values.

Crosbie is part of Best Managed Companies, Canada’s leading business award program that recognizes excellence by privately-owned Canadian companies. Annually, hundreds of entrepreneurial companies compete for this designation in a rigorous process. Crosbie has successfully received this highly competitive designation each year since 2015, an acknowledgment of the company’s exceptional business performance in a fast-changing world.

WORK WITH US

Crosbie is committed to fostering a diverse workforce and a respectful work environment. We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified individuals.
If you require this job advertising in an alternate format or require accessibility supports to complete your application, please contact us immediately or contact our community partners at Inclusion NL to access the supports you require. (kathy@inclusionNL.ca or 709-697-3323).

JOB OPENING

Deck Operative – Ad Hoc

Crosbie provides multi-discipline fabric maintenance support services and deck services to the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry. Our scope of services include: scaffolding, coatings, insulation, passive fire and blast protection, composite pipe repair, positive pressure habitats, industrial cleaning, deck and crane operations, and rigging and slinging.

Responsibilities

  • Perform banksman and slinging duties as part of the deck crew team
  • Direct crane operations using radio and/or hand signals
  • Ensure material distribution is executed as directed and all offloaded cargoi is put onsite or placed in the correct storage area
  • Complete baggage handling for helicopter operations
  • Participate in helicopter refueling
  • Assist with the general upkeep of the platform inluding housekeeping duties
  • Follow safe working practices and promote safety awareness

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in deck/crane activities
  • Working knowledge of all aspects of deck operations
  • Demonstrated safety leadership
  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills
  • Strong teamwork and interpersonal skills
  • Preferable if trained with the following certificates:
    • BST
    • Fall Protection
    • Rigging/Slinging/Banksman
    • H2S Alive
    • Helideck Team Training
    • Helicopter Pressure Refueling

Crosbie

As a 4th generation family business, Crosbie is a leader in the offshore oil & gas, marine construction, and commercial and residential real estate markets. A growth-oriented company, Crosbie is both focused on its core markets and investing in new and emerging sectors.

With its head office located in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, Crosbie have additional locations in the Maritimes, the United States and Guyana.

Having been in business for well over a century, Crosbie has continuously adapted to changing industry demands. Safely providing superior client-focused solutions, Crosbie merges world-class expertise with local, deeply held values.

Crosbie is part of Best Managed Companies, Canada’s leading business award program that recognizes excellence by privately-owned Canadian companies. Annually, hundreds of entrepreneurial companies compete for this designation in a rigorous process. Crosbie has successfully received this highly competitive designation each year since 2015, an acknowledgment of the company’s exceptional business performance in a fast-changing world.

Work With Us

Crosbie is committed to fostering a diverse workforce and a respectful work environment. We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified individuals.

If you require this job advertising in an alternate format or require accessibility supports to complete your application, please contact us immediately or contact our community partners at Inclusion NL to access the supports you require. (kathy@inclusionNL.ca or 709-697-3323).

Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply by Friday, December 3rd, 2021.

JOB OPENING

General Application

Location: St. John's, NL

The Crosbie Group of Companies is committed to fostering a diverse workforce and a respectful work environment. We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified individuals. If you do not see a current job posting that you are interested in and qualified for, you can apply here and your information will be retained in our general job information database.

If you require this job advertising in an alternate format or require accessibility supports to complete your application, please contact us immediately or contact our community partners at Inclusion NL to access the supports you require. (kathy@inclusionNL.ca or 709-697-3323).

One Team. One Goal