Careers at Kalesnikoff

Are you inspired? We want to hear from you. Take a look at the career opportunities below and send your resume and cover letter along to us; we’re always seeking talented, hard-working members to add to our exceptional team.

Forestry Jobs for Tomorrow’s Future

As one of the most innovative and well-managed specialty mills in North America, Kalesnikoff is committed to supporting forestry jobs within our local community, and delivering to our customers, while caring for our environment. We sustainably produce some of the finest grain and highest quality mass timber and softwood lumber products in the world. As an independent, family-owned and operated company since 1939, we recognize that people are our most valuable resource.

To see our mass timber facility in action and learn about the Kalesnikoff family legacy, check out our video tour and our family video.

Our Home in the West Kootenay Region of BC

Are the mountains calling you? From beautiful parks and forests, pristine lakes, breathtaking valleys and stunning mountain ranges, the Kootenay region of BC is a highly desired and special place to call “home.” With an abundance of recreation including ski areas, golf courses, hot springs, and endless hiking, biking and other outdoor activities, the West Kootenays isn’t just a region: it’s a lifestyle. Our vibrant mountain towns are full of arts, culture, food, history and caring communities. What are you doing after work today?

Professional Opportunities

Carpenter Helper

Our company:

For over 80 years and four generations, our family has been inspired by forests and the endless possibilities for designing and building with wood. We began as a horse-logging operation in 1939 and have grown to become an industry-leading mass timber provider with a high-tech sawmill. From seedlings to solutions, we see our products through the entire process — from forest management to manufacturing, design, prefabrication, and delivery.

As an independent, family-owned, and operated company, we recognize that people are our most valuable resource. As we continue to grow, we’re searching for individuals who enjoy a hands-on approach to work tasks and thrive in a team-based environment.

 

Role and objectives:

The Carpenter Helper under the direction of Director, Innovation & Fabrication is responsible for building, restoring and/or installing structural woodwork and related materials. This position requires knowledge of the heavy construction industry. Specifically, the practices, procedures, techniques, tools and equipment, materials, specifications, quality control, cost control, and safety associated with this industry. The Carpenter Helper must be proficient at the following tasks: rigging CLT panels and glulam beams, installing timber fasteners and bolts, placing windows and doors, stain-grade trim work, and reading blueprints.

Responsibilities:

  • Rigging CLT and glulam beams with cranes and forklifts
  • Use of power tools like drills, saws, routers
  • Installing insulation and membranes
  • Observe and comply with all health and safety regulations and ensure any apprentices under your direction comply.
  • Confirm trueness of structures, with a plumb bob and level.
  • Framing including doors and windows.
  • Operate and maintain carpentry tools and equipment.
  • Keep a daily log of tasks.
  • Respect and respond to direction given.
  • Contribute and participate in the effective use of the Quality Control System.
  • Ensure an adequate supply of material is available for the preventative maintenance program.
  • Set up scaffolding as needed.
  • Handle and transport job materials to the work area as needed.
  • Perform other related duties, including minor duties of other trades where certification is not required, and the work does not exceed own limitations.
  • Understand and comply with all company policies and procedures.
  • Other duties as required.

Requirements:

  • (2) years of experience working in construction.
  • Currently working in the trade.
  • Knowledge of safe operation of carpentry tools.
  • Knowledge of workplace safety and safe lifting and handling procedures.
  • Ability to operate required equipment in a safe and responsible manner.
  • Time management skills.
  • Ability to read building specifications, blueprints, and as-builds.
  • Receptive to change – can adapt to changing circumstances.
  • Makes suggestions for improvement.
  • Proactive in ensuring job knowledge is current.
  • Respect diversity – treat others with respect.

Compensation Package:

  • Wage: $28.50
  • Extended health benefits including health, dental, vision, travel, Health Spending Account and RRSP program.
  • Team building and social events.
  • Training, development, and mentorship opportunities
  • Opportunity to advance in your career.
  • Work-life balance
  • A great culture where we truly value our employees.

At Kalesnikoff, working safely is an expectation. In your role you will have the time and resources needed to meet that expectation.


How to apply:

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to .

Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

About our Kootenay home:

Are the mountains calling you? From beautiful parks and forests, pristine lakes, breathtaking valleys and stunning mountain ranges, the West Kootenay region is a highly desired and special place to call home. With an abundance of recreation including ski areas, golf courses, hot springs, and endless hiking, biking and other outdoor activities, the Kootenays isn’t just a region, it’s a lifestyle. Our vibrant mountain towns are full of arts, culture, food, history and caring communities. What are you doing after work today?

Equal opportunity commitment:

Kalesnikoff is a committed equal opportunity employer. Kalesnikoff’s recruitment strategy is designed to attract the best person for each position, to ensure equality of opportunity for all applicants, and to promote our corporate vision and culture. When considering applicants for positions within our Company, only job-related criteria such as ability, merit and responsibility are used to evaluate applicants. Kalesnikoff prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of any characteristic protected by applicable law.

Kalesnikoff is committed to treating all people in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. Kalesnikoff believes in integration and equal opportunity. Kalesnikoff is committed to meeting the needs of persons with disabilities in a timely manner and will do so by identifying barriers to accessibility and meeting accessibility standards in accordance with applicable law.

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Sales Manager

Our company:

For over 80 years and four generations, our family has been inspired by forests and the endless possibilities for designing and building with wood. We began as a horse-logging operation in 1939 and have grown to become an industry-leading mass timber provider with a high-tech sawmill. From seedlings to solutions, we see our products through the entire process — from forest management to manufacturing, design, prefabrication, and delivery.

As an independent, family-owned, and operated company, we recognize that people are our most valuable resource. As we continue to grow, we’re searching for individuals who enjoy a hands-on approach to work tasks and thrive in a team-based environment.

At Kalesnikoff, working safely is an expectation. In your role you will have the time and resources needed to meet that expectation.

 

Role and objectives:

The Mass Timber Modular & Pre-Fabrication Sales Manager, under the direction of the Director, Design & Construction, is responsible for building key customer relationships with new and existing clients and converting market opportunities into mass timber modular and pre-fabrication projects. The Sales Manager will work with staff from various departments within the organization to increase sales opportunities and maximize revenue specifically related to Mass Timber Projects.

The successful applicant will have a broad interest in the emerging mass timber industry, sustainable forestry, and built environment. A strong understanding of mass timber technology and experience in identifying growth opportunities is considered an asset.

Compensation Package:

  • Extended health benefits including health, dental, vision, travel, Health Spending Account and RRSP program.
  • Salary Range: $120,000.00 – $150,000.00
  • Team building and social events.
  • Training, development, and mentorship opportunities
  • Opportunity to advance in your career.
  • Work-life balance
  • A great culture where we truly value our employees.

    Responsibilities:

  • Identify mass timber modular and pre-fabrication project opportunities through diverse sales channels.
  • Pursue opportunities in close collaboration with the KMT sales, estimating and project delivery teams to ensure project offerings are suitable for KMT’s order file and competitive in the marketplace.
  • Convert opportunities into confirmed projects aligned the organization’s revenue and profitability targets.
  • In collaboration with the Sales Team, work to promote the development and evolution of the organization’s sales strategy, reflective of relevant market dynamics, enterprise needs, etc.
  • Model and champion corporate values and mission to KMT’s customer base and industry at large
  • Work closely with other department within KMT to develop and refine sales strategy and assure congruence with operational needs.
  • Interface with Senior Leadership Team in order to refine sales priorities and targets based on organizational strategy and initiatives.
  • Assist in developing an annual budget for markets and product lines aligned with the organization’s overall objectives.
  • Maintain competitive knowledge to create and adjust sales strategies as necessary.
  • Focused on continuing to build key customer relationships with new and existing clients.
  • Take a leadership role in the negotiation of Commitments, ranging from Purchase Orders to Subcontracts and Master Agreements
  • Ensure that data is accurately entered and managed within the company’s sales management system.
  • Represent the company at industry events, business forums and other related events.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree from a recognized post-secondary institute and/or equivalent work experience
  • 2+ years of management experience.
  • 5 years of experience in a related technical field (IE construction, engineering, architecture, manufacturing etc.) preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide superior customer service.
  • Experience with developing sales strategy and product development plans.
  • Mass Timber experience is considered an asset.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel).
  • Ability to effectively communicate, both verbally and written

 

How to apply:

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to .

Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

 

About our Kootenay home:

Are the mountains calling you? From beautiful parks and forests, pristine lakes, breathtaking valleys and stunning mountain ranges, the West Kootenay region is a highly desired and special place to call home. With an abundance of recreation including ski areas, golf courses, hot springs, and endless hiking, biking and other outdoor activities, the Kootenays isn’t just a region, it’s a lifestyle. Our vibrant mountain towns are full of arts, culture, food, history and caring communities. What are you doing after work today?

 

Equal opportunity commitment:

Kalesnikoff is a committed equal opportunity employer. Kalesnikoff’s recruitment strategy is designed to attract the best person for each position, to ensure equality of opportunity for all applicants, and to promote our corporate vision and culture. When considering applicants for positions within our Company, only job-related criteria such as ability, merit and responsibility are used to evaluate applicants. Kalesnikoff prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of any characteristic protected by applicable law.

Kalesnikoff is committed to treating all people in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. Kalesnikoff believes in integration and equal opportunity. Kalesnikoff is committed to meeting the needs of persons with disabilities in a timely manner and will do so by identifying barriers to accessibility and meeting accessibility standards in accordance with applicable law.

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Finishing Team Members

Our company:

For over 80 years and four generations, our family has been inspired by forests and the endless possibilities for designing and building with wood. We began as a horse-logging operation in 1939 and have grown to become an industry-leading mass timber provider with a high-tech sawmill. From seedlings to solutions, we see our products through the entire process — from forest management to manufacturing, design, prefabrication, and delivery.

As an independent, family-owned, and operated company, we recognize that people are our most valuable resource. As we continue to grow, we’re searching for individuals who enjoy a hands-on approach to work tasks and thrive in a team-based environment.

 

Finishing Role and Objectives:

We are seeking Finishing employees to join our team at Kalesnikoff. We are looking for candidates who are interested in a growth opportunity in a production environment, acquiring training in various job centers throughout our two facilities between Castlegar and Nelson, BC to provide support where needed.

 

Compensation Package:

  • Wage: $28.50 per hour
  • Shift premiums: Nightshift: $.50 per hour, Weekend: $3:00 per hour.
  • Extended health benefits including health, dental, vision, travel, Health Spending Account and RRSP program.
  • Team building and social events.
  • Training, development, and mentorship opportunities
  • Opportunity to advance in your career.
  • Work-life balance
  • A great culture where we truly value our employees

 

Hours of Work:

Weekend: 6 AM to 6 PM Friday-Sunday.

Weekday: Monday to Thursday rotating 10-hour shifts every 2 weeks: 5:30 AM to 4:00 PM (Dayshift) and 4:00 PM to 2:30 AM (Evening shift)

 

Requirements:

  • Completion of a post-secondary program is considered an asset.
  • Experience in Timber Framing, Fine Woodworking, Cabinet Making or other woodworking skills
  • Experience with species identification an asset
  • Ability to use measuring devices, such as (but not limited to) tape measure both imperial and metric, calipers.
  • Ability to read blueprints/shop drawings.
  • Excellent Communication skills
  • Physically capable of performing repetitive movements and occasionally lifting up to 55 pounds.
  • Ability to work independently and cooperatively within a team.
  • Experience in a production environment would be an asset.
  • Woodworking experience would be an asset.
  • Familiarity with the use of small, handheld power tools would be an asset.

 

Job Duties

  • Understand and comply with all company policies and procedures.
  • Respect and respond to direction given.
  • Working safely near crane, forklift and other equipment.
  • Wax panels and beams in accordance with instructions
  • Apply banding, dunnage and paper wrap, per packaging procedures (can differ between projects and products, be sure to understand requirements)
  • Read shop draws and interprets next tasks, based on customer specifications, and needs.
  • Use hand-tools for squaring, sanding, and other fine finishing requirements.
  • Apply stains or coating products, in accordance with shops customer specs.
  • Apply membranes, or other materials, in accordance with shops and customer specs.
  • Apply correct stamping to panels and beams, in accordance to shop drawings/production documentation.
  • Package per diagrams, shops and customer specs and/or Team Leader instructions.
  • Labeling panels/beams and packages per internal labeling process.
  • Tracking hours on jobs and tasks and assigning appropriately to correct customer group – per shift.
  • Basic QC checks, referring customer specs and shop drawings.
  • Cut dunnage for units on the chop saw.
  • Rip inlay and other material on the table saw.
  • Measure, install and place hardware to specifications.
  • Plane down material as needed in small workshop planer.
  • Install inlays in panels or beams, when needed, per quality program.
  • Keeps working area clean.
  • Able to learn mobile or lifting equipment: Crane, Forklift, Combi-Forklift, Electric Forklift
  • Removes full wood and garbage bins as needed, to keep area flowing, and tidy.
  • Assist in training other teammates.
  • Assist in developing, reviewing, and approving role specific operations manuals and safety documentation.
  • Complete other responsibilities as assigned.

 

You can expect these great benefits:

  • Extended health benefits including health, dental, vision, travel, Health Spending Account and RRSP program.
  • Team building and social events.
  • Training, development, and mentorship opportunities
  • Opportunity to advance in your career.
  • Work-life balance
  • A great culture where we truly value our employees.

 

At Kalesnikoff, working safely is an expectation. In your role you will have the time and resources needed to meet that expectation.

How to apply:

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to . Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

 

About our Kootenay home:

Are the mountains calling you? From beautiful parks and forests, pristine lakes, breathtaking valleys and stunning mountain ranges, the West Kootenay region is a highly desired and special place to call home. With an abundance of recreation including ski areas, golf courses, hot springs, and endless hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities, the Kootenays isn’t just a region, it’s a lifestyle. Our vibrant mountain towns are full of arts, culture, food, history and caring communities. What are you doing after work today?

 

Equal opportunity commitment:

Kalesnikoff is a committed equal opportunity employer. Kalesnikoff’s recruitment strategy is designed to attract the best person for each position, to ensure equality of opportunity for all applicants, and to promote our corporate vision and culture. When considering applicants for positions within our Company, only job-related criteria such as ability, merit and responsibility are used to evaluate applicants. Kalesnikoff prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of any characteristic protected by applicable law.

Kalesnikoff is committed to treating all people in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. Kalesnikoff believes in integration and equal opportunity. Kalesnikoff is committed to meeting the needs of persons with disabilities in a timely manner and will do so by identifying barriers to accessibility and meeting accessibility standards in accordance with applicable law.

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Research & Development Incentives Manager

Our company:

For over 80 years and four generations, our family has been inspired by forests and the endless possibilities for designing and building with wood. We began as a horse-logging operation in 1939 and have grown to become an industry-leading mass timber provider with a high-tech sawmill. From seedlings to solutions, we see our products through the entire process — from forest management to manufacturing, design, prefabrication, and delivery.

As an independent, family-owned, and operated company, we recognize that people are our most valuable resource. As we continue to grow, we’re searching for individuals who enjoy a hands-on approach to work tasks and thrive in a team-based environment.

At Kalesnikoff, working safely is an expectation. In your role you will have the time and resources needed to meet that expectation.

 

Role and objectives:

The Research & Development Incentives Manager at Kalesnikoff plays a central role in our innovation strategy. Responsibilities include securing and managing incentives and funding programs, with a key focus on optimizing returns from the SR&ED tax credit program. Collaboration with operations, business development and design teams ensure alignment of research and development initiatives with our strategic objectives.

Responsibilities:

SR&ED Tax Credit Program Expertise:

  • Develop and maintain a comprehensive understanding of the SR&ED program,
  • Identify SR&ED program opportunities including eligibility assessment for R&D and improvement initiatives.
  • Organize and coordinate trial time recording within our operating and maintenance teams to ensure we maximize our SR&ED tax credit claims.
  • Collaborate with our R&D teams to develop technically sound project proposals.

Strategic Funding Identification & Stakeholder Engagement:

  • Identify and assess research and development grant opportunities & tax incentives from various government and industry sources.
  • Maintain a database of available incentives and stay informed about new opportunities and changes to existing programs.
  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with funding agencies, government bodies, and industry partners.
  • Assist in developing a strategic plan for acquiring grants and optimizing the use of the tax incentive programs, integrating with our long-term budget planning.
  • Research and evaluate funding opportunities for green technology initiatives, aimed at promoting sustainability and environmental innovation.

Proposal Development:

  • Collaborate with operations, manufacturing, and design teams to communicate project details.
  • Ensure timely and accurate submission of applications, adhering to all guidelines for program requirements.
  • Maintain accurate records of relevant activities, expenditures, and outcomes for audit purposes.

Financial Oversight & Program Management:

  • Collaborate with finance and R&D teams to develop and manage budgets for funded projects.
  • Develop project budgets in collaboration with key internal stakeholders, ensuring accuracy and alignment with grant guidelines.
  • Monitor grant budgets and expenditures throughout the project lifecycle, working closely with finance and accounting departments to ensure compliance with grant guidelines.
  • Work closely with R&D project teams to track and report on the progress of initiatives supported by grants, with a focus on SR&ED compliance.

 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (Science, Engineering, Business, etc.).
  • Proven experience in grant management, specifically in the context of research and development, with a focus on the SR&ED program.
  • In-depth understanding of Canadian research grant and tax credit programs, especially the SR&ED program, and funding mechanisms.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, particularly in conveying technical concepts.
  • Detail-oriented with strong organizational and project management abilities.
  • Ability to thrive in a collaborative, cross-functional team environment.
  • Effective communication skills with individuals at all levels of the organization
  • Computer literate, including effective working skills of MS Word, Excel and e-mail.
  • Ability to adapt to and learn new software.
  • Able to work efficiently as a part of a team as well as independently.
  • High level of critical and logical thinking, analysis, and/or reasoning to identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts.
  • Able to work well under pressure and meet set deadlines.
  • Good organizational, time management and prioritizing skills
  • Ability to interpret and implement company policies and procedures.
  • Attention to detail in all areas of work.

 

Compensation Package:

  • Salary Range: $85,000.00 – $110,000.00
  • Extended health benefits including health, dental, vision, travel, Health Spending Account and RRSP program.
  • Team building and social events.
  • Training, development, and mentorship opportunities
  • Opportunity to advance in your career.
  • Work-life balance
  • A great culture where we truly value our employees

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How to apply:

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to .

Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

About our Kootenay home:

Are the mountains calling you? From beautiful parks and forests, pristine lakes, breathtaking valleys and stunning mountain ranges, the West Kootenay region is a highly desired and special place to call home. With an abundance of recreation including ski areas, golf courses, hot springs, and endless hiking, biking and other outdoor activities, the Kootenays isn’t just a region, it’s a lifestyle. Our vibrant mountain towns are full of arts, culture, food, history and caring communities. What are you doing after work today?

Equal opportunity commitment:

Kalesnikoff is a committed equal opportunity employer. Kalesnikoff’s recruitment strategy is designed to attract the best person for each position, to ensure equality of opportunity for all applicants, and to promote our corporate vision and culture. When considering applicants for positions within our Company, only job-related criteria such as ability, merit and responsibility are used to evaluate applicants. Kalesnikoff prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of any characteristic protected by applicable law.

Kalesnikoff is committed to treating all people in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. Kalesnikoff believes in integration and equal opportunity. Kalesnikoff is committed to meeting the needs of persons with disabilities in a timely manner and will do so by identifying barriers to accessibility and meeting accessibility standards in accordance with applicable law.

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CNC Manager

Our company:

For over 80 years and four generations, our family has been inspired by forests and the endless possibilities for designing and building with wood. We began as a horse-logging operation in 1939 and have grown to become an industry-leading mass timber provider with a high-tech sawmill. From seedlings to solutions, we see our products through the entire process — from forest management to manufacturing, design, prefabrication, and delivery.

As an independent, family-owned, and operated company, we recognize that people are our most valuable resource. As we continue to grow, we’re searching for individuals who enjoy a hands-on approach to work tasks and thrive in a team-based environment.

At Kalesnikoff, working safely is an expectation. In your role you will have the time and resources needed to meet that expectation.

 

Role and objectives:

The CNC Manager is responsible for leading the CNC Programming and Operator Team. The CNC Manager will oversee all CNC machines and programming tasks to improve the efficiency of production as well as the quality of finished products. This individual will assist, train and mentor all operators and programmers, ensuring the team is up to date and self-sufficient. The CNC Manager will also oversee corrections of malfunctions or irregularities and adjust procedures as required to ensure quality of production is maintained.

Compensation Package:

  • Starting at $95,000.00 per year
  • Extended health benefits including health, dental, vision, travel, Health Spending Account and RRSP program.
  • Team building and social events.
  • Training, development, and mentorship opportunities
  • Opportunity to advance in your career.
  • Work-life balance
  • A great culture where we truly value our employees.

Responsibilities:

  • Understand and comply with all company policies and procedures. Maintain safe and healthy work environment by establishing, following, and enforcing standards and procedures, complying with legal regulations; in collaboration with the Safety Department
  • initiating corrective actions
  • Continuously develop and update written operating procedures for all critical tasks within the operation. Ensure the workforce is adequately trained, and aware of their level of responsibility.
  • Hold people accountable when required.
  • Maintain regular department meetings.
  • Lead the CNC Programming and Operator Team
  • Responsible for all CNC machines
  • Overseeing programming tasks
  • Troubleshoot and diagnose common CNC problems with team and consult with manufacturer as necessary.
  • Maintain CNC programming schedule.
  • Quality Control on CLT and glulam parts and adjust tooling parameters accordingly.
  • Selecting new equipment and tooling
  • Organizing repair and machine servicing together with Maintenance Team
  • Assisting operators with set up of jobs on machines, but ultimately training and mentoring operators to be self-sufficient.
  • Ensuring that the CNC team remains up to date with mandatory training.
  • Communicate with supervisors, engineers, production control, quality and other shop personnel for assignments and to resolve machining or quality issues.
  • Liaise with multi-disciplinary teams to identify areas of inefficiency.
  • Within the scope of the job requirements, will be required to adhere and comply with provincial and federal law, the Company ISO Quality Program and procedures, Company policies and
  • Safety and Environmental Regulations.
  • Other duties as required.


Requirements:

Post-secondary diploma or certification in a related field preferred.
Completion of an apprenticeship program or a combination of over four (4) years of work experience in the trade and some college or industry courses in machining.
CNC Machinist certification required.
Five (5) or more years’ of CNC experience in timber manufacturing setting is considered a requirement.
Experience with Hundegger CNC-machines and Biesse CNC-machines is required.
Ability to use CAM software “Cambium” and “DDX” is preferred.
Good MS Excel and MS Word skills
Ability to read and interpret drawings, schematics, and manuals.
Ability to operate Hundegger CNC machines.
Good technical understanding of Hundegger CNC-machines
Good communication skills
Excellent people skills and the ability to deliver hands-on training.
How to apply:

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to . Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

About our Kootenay home:

Are the mountains calling you? From beautiful parks and forests, pristine lakes, breathtaking valleys and stunning mountain ranges, the West Kootenay region is a highly desired and special place to call home. With an abundance of recreation including ski areas, golf courses, hot springs, and endless hiking, biking and other outdoor activities, the Kootenays isn’t just a region, it’s a lifestyle. Our vibrant mountain towns are full of arts, culture, food, history and caring communities. What are you doing after work today?

Equal opportunity commitment:

Kalesnikoff is a committed equal opportunity employer. Kalesnikoff’s recruitment strategy is designed to attract the best person for each position, to ensure equality of opportunity for all applicants, and to promote our corporate vision and culture. When considering applicants for positions within our Company, only job-related criteria such as ability, merit and responsibility are used to evaluate applicants. Kalesnikoff prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of any characteristic protected by applicable law.

Kalesnikoff is committed to treating all people in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. Kalesnikoff believes in integration and equal opportunity. Kalesnikoff is committed to meeting the needs of persons with disabilities in a timely manner and will do so by identifying barriers to accessibility and meeting accessibility standards in accordance with applicable law.

APPLY NOW