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Senior Risk & Data Analyst

As a Senior Risk & Data Analyst for Saltchuk, you will be a part of an extraordinary work environment that combines the close-knit atmosphere of a small company with the perks and resources of a large corporation! In this role, you will report to the Senior Risk Manager and work closely with risk managers and their teams across the business units.

Senior Benefits Analyst

Saltchuk is seeking a Senior Benefits Analyst who is self-motivated, detail-oriented and who has significant benefits (health and retirement) experience. This position is a member of the Saltchuk Corporate HR Team, reporting to the Sr. Manager of Benefits for Saltchuk.


The Load Planner is responsible for meticulously planning and calculating the distribution of cargo and fuel on an aircraft to ensure safe and efficient flights. This critical role plays a significant part in maintaining aircraft performance, weight limitations, and compliance with safety regulations. The Load Planner collaborates closely with flight crews, ground handling teams, and airline operations to achieve optimal load distribution and adherence to operational requirements.

SA Training and Safety Specialist

The Training and Safety Specialist will represent the Training Department in promoting, implementing, and maintaining the highest levels of safety standards throughout departments. The Training and Safety Specialist is responsible for promoting a safety culture among employees and ensuring that all StratAir employees are trained with the required regulatory and internal company policies.

SA Assistant Operations Manager

Directs and coordinates warehouse activities to provide the safe, orderly, and expeditious movement of freight. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the Company’s policies and applicable laws. Performs the following duties personally or through subordinates.

Sales Representative

Are you ready to drive sales and shape the future of our industry? Join us as a Sales Representative for our Petroleum and Lubricant Division, where you’ll play a pivotal role in driving growth and fostering lasting client relationships.


Join our crew onboard our steel-hulled luxury yacht, the Thea Foss!


About UsDelta Western was formed in 1984 to provide fuel for ships, planes, and vehicles along the Western Alaska coastline and Yukon River with a fueling station in Dutch Harbor. It was welcomed into the Saltchuk family of companies in 2000, marking Saltchuk’s entry into petroleum distribution. Today, Delta Western is one of Alaska’s leading independent distributors of petroleum products and lubricants, with fuel terminals in Western and Southeast Alaska. Delta Western delivers an average of 200 million gallons of fuel annually in Alaska and employs approximately 150 people.  In its strive to meet and exceed its customer demands, Delta Western has a track record of agile and innovative fuel solutions. Enhancing relationships with the importers of fuel

Customer Service Rep – New Brunswick, Canada

JOB SUMMARY Responsible for resolving customer service problems regarding all areas of business operations.  Ensures that Tropical Shipping provides the highest level of service and customer care by providing accurate rate quotes and cargo bookings.  Handles tracing function for lost cargo.  Logs customer complaints and initiates follow-up actions to resolve problems in a timely manner. EDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalent.EXPERIENCE: Three years prior work experience in Sales, Customer Service or Traffic.  Ability to perform data entry at 4,000 keystrokes per hour.  Ability to type 30 wpm.LICENSE: Valid Canadian Driver’s LicenseTRAVEL: N/A

Commercial Truck Tire Mechanic

JOB SUMMARY Responsible for making sure that tires used by automobiles, trucks, trailers and commercial vehicles (tractors) are in a good state for the road and will ensure the safety of the vehicles.  Inspects, mounts and dis-mounts, balances and repairs. Mechanics must ensure that all safety precautions OSHA and Tire Industry Association (TIA) recommendations are followed.   Must have 1 year experience with commercial tires and if not certified, must attain commercial tire certification within 6 months.C. JOB SCOPENo supervisory or budgetary responsibilities D. PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESDismounts and mounts truck tires and all smaller tires following OSHA and or TIA industry standards.Determines repairable tire conditions and makes needed repairs per TIA specifications.Mounts and safely inflates tires to prescribed PSI, per load requirements. (TIA standards)Must understand Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) operation and be able to set up TPMS sensors.Operates tire machines, jacks, and hydraulic equipment.Regularly inspects equipment, tools and service vehicles and completes daily inspection logs.Ensures compliance with safety requirements as outlines by OSHA and the TIA.Must be able to perform physical task requiring lifting 80 lbs.Must work in all weather conditions; rain, sun, etc.Must operate company service trucks changing tires in the Port and out on the side of the highway.Must be able to safely move heavy equipment such as road tractors and jockey trucks.Must work closely with purchasing to ensure tire inventory is correct.Performs all other assigned duties.E. MINIMUM EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, EXPERIENCE AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSEDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalentEXPERIENCE: 1 year experience with commercial truck tires and attain TIA certification within 6 months.  LICENSE: Jockey truck certification and/or Class A CDL required. Fork lift certification required for 10,000 and 30,000 lb.TRAVEL: 10% domestic travel.