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We are currently accepting applications for a Sawdust installer labourer, working with our sawdust Blower trucks.
You will be working in a team with drivers, installing sawdust into poultry barns on various farms through the Fraser Valley.
Job details & requirements:
-day shift, hours vary per day (some overtime required)
-heavy lifting is required
-available to work Monday through Friday and the occasional Saturday
-valid Class 5 drivers license and a clean driving record
-a team player
-pre-employment drug test will be required.
Wage: $15/hour training wage to start, with overtime after 9 hours.
Increase with experience; extended benefits after 6 months of employment.
The candidate must also be neat in appearance and have a strong desire to be an important part of an expanding company that promotes the importance of a family atmosphere in a working environment. Become a member of our wonderful team!
Please drop off or email:
– Completed Job Application Form
– your resume
– current drivers abstract (available at the BC Government Agency office)
40874 Yale Rd. West (by Vedder Canal), Chilliwack, B.C.
We thank all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
We would like to introduce you to Corey Bennett. He has been working here at Denbow part-time for the past four years. Corey was introduced to Denbow by the program he participates in at Chilliwack Society for Community Living called RISE (Real Integration through Supportive Employment). Corey is responsible for keeping our staff office and shop areas neat and tidy.
Corey is turning 27 years old in a few weeks. He loves his birthdays so we make sure that we remember them. 🙂 He also has a lot of interests that keep him quite busy when he is not working at Denbow. He loves to dance, bowl, listen to music & swim with his many friends. Corey also has a creative side, writing stories. ‘Garfield’ is a movie that he really loves “because it’s funny”! He lives at home with his mom and dad and has an older brother named Richard.
Each week Corey arrives at work with a Tim Hortons coffee in his hands. Sometimes he even brings a coffee or ice-cap for his two very favorite Denbow co-workers, Ray and Mike. Corey loves to attend company functions. We can count on him to dress up for the occasion and bring his enthusiasm with him.
Denbow has been blessed by the opportunity to provide part-time employment to Corey. We look forward to continuing to work with him as he grows his workplace skills and shares stories about dances and camps with us.
At our annual New Year’s Dinner, Denbow employees gave a special gift to owners Bill & Joanne Boesterd.
A custom made wood model of our new b-train trailers!
The model was hand made by a grandpa of one of our driver’s wife. Mr. Jake Esau spends his time each year making wooden models of equipment from excavators to semi trucks. He started doing this so that the items could be sold at the Annual MCC sale, with the proceeds supporting various missions projects around the world. As well, some of the proceeds from his items go to support Pines Bible Camp. Earlier this year Denbow assisted the camp with site cleanup and grinding following a devastating storm.
Thank you, Mr. Esau, for doing an amazing job – what talent you have! We were happy to support your projects while giving such a unique and personal gift to Bill & Joanne. Bill is proudly displaying the model in his office.
An investment of more than $2.8 million was announced recently for the development of innovative production practices and quality pest management tools for Canada’s berry industry… and it will be utilized in our local Lower Mainland. Read the full story here.
Denbow produces and delivers mulch for berry root protection.
Denbow delivers horse bedding to various clients in the Southlands equestrian community – a piece of country in Vancouver where equestrian riders enjoy their sport just steps away from big-city careers.
Check out this interesting article about the Southlands community: http://www.wevancouver.com/news/242630231.html?mobile=true