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Yard Manager

No. 608
September 22, 2023
$19 to $25 per hour, depending on experience.
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Day shift, Monday to Friday.
Bring to life the infrastructure that supports the future with our growing team as a Yard Manager at the heart of an ever-expanding operation. Our steel construction company is in search of a dedicated maestro to oversee our yard and play a central role in our ongoing quest for excellence in this dynamic field. Join us as we build the future in steel, an essential pillar of our ever-evolving world. Your passion, leadership, and expertise will make you the perfect conductor for this symphony of success. Under the watchful eye of the foreman, the Yard Manager has a crucial mission: to orchestrate the loading and unloading of steel while maintaining impeccable inventory. They play an active role in achieving production goals, establishing a robust culture of health and safety, adhering to quality standards, and maintaining a harmonious working atmosphere within the team.


  • Maintain machinery, prepare orders and deliveries, load and unload steel, provide connections, and perform basic building maintenance.
  • Prepare button orders and supply connections (iron, angles, plates).
  • Manage site returns.
  • Ensure building maintenance: Clearing snow, loading and unloading, clearing doors.
  • Perform any other related tasks as required and instructed by the foreman.


  • 40 hours per week, paid at double time after 44 hours.
  • 4 weeks of annual vacation.
  • $400 annual clothing allowance.
  • Company-paid group insurance.
  • $240 annual reimbursement for training expenses, safety glasses replacement every 2 years, and included telemedicine service.

Job requirements

  • Experience with an outdoor forklift and/or a skytrack.
  • Knowledge of steel (beams, connections, angle iron, etc.).
  • Proven experience in maintenance and manual work, along with knowledge of the Building Code (an asset).
  • Having working at heights and lift platforms certifications is an asset.
  • Holding a basic understanding of occupational health and safety standards (SST) is also an asset.

Desired profile

  • Operational efficiency and safety awareness.
  • Ability to provide physical effort.
  • Autonomy and the ability to foresee tasks to be done.

Advisor for this position

Béatrice Boudreault
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