Job Code: 
Number of Vacancies: 
Job Posting Length: 
Two months
Canadian Workers or Permanent Residents
Business Operation: 
Farm Manager
Employment Terms: 
Permanent (year round)
St Isidore
Provincial Area: 
Northern Alberta
Marketed to: 
Male or Female
Visible Minorities
New Comers to Canada
Employer Info: 

Entreprises Lavoie 1999  Located at  SW 33-83-20 W5 Box 1221, St Isidore, AB T0H 3B0 

English and French Speaking Workplace 

Wage and Benefits
Wage Rate: 
$66,072 yearly
Wage Info: 
Dependent on Experience
Life insurance benefits, short and long term benefits. Bonus annually if goals are achieved.
Worker Accommodation: 
Accommodation Available
Experience and Education
Driver's License (required): 
Training Programs or Work Experience
Job Experience: 
2-3 years
Job Duties
Dairy cattle
Crop harvest: 
Farm Machinery: 
Milking System
TMR Mixer

Job Summary:

The Milking Supervisor is responsible for the planning, prioritization, communication and monitoring of milking operations, including staff, production, animal care, equipment, facilities, and related administration. This role is also accountable for the execution of certain hands-on tasks and data entry.



  • Oversee, plan, implement, manage and monitor day-to-day department operations Including quality, efficiency, safety to ensure ongoing progress and success.
  • Participate in the development and implementation of departmental strategies, plans and procedures.
  • Monitor and report on departmental goals and metrics.
  • Prepare and submit reports to the Operations Manager in all matters of importance.
  • Support development and Ensure staff adherence to Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) and Standard Operating Guidelines (SOG’s).
  • Regularly evaluate the efficiency of operational procedures according to departmental objectives and apply necessary improvements.
  • Ensure that any required documentation, permits and certifications pertaining to department operations are kept up-to-date.
  • Responsible for scheduled maintenance and repair with-in established limits co-ordinate with contractors when necessary.
  • Responsible for contractors, purchases of equipment, parts, supplies and inventory for milking facility with-in established limits.
  • Review and verify department invoices prior to providing them to the Operations Manager for approval.
  • Oversee relationships/agreements with external suppliers/vendors.
  • Oversee animal wellbeing and care  with-in the milking, holding area  and movements of animals to and from the facilities ,
  • Oversee the activities of staff, before and during the milking process outside of the parlor including calving assistance and associated documentations and actions; stall, waterer, and cattle crossing cleanliness and associated actions.
  • Must be responsible for udder and teat health, diagnose and treat milking /udder diseases. Consult with barn/herd supervisor, external consultants and the veterinarian as needed.
  • Required to make  culling. recommendations. Consult with barn/herd supervisor, external consultants and the veterinarian as needed.
  • Ensure adherence to the Canadian Quality Milk (CQM) program, including daily checklist, self-audits, and coordination of on-site visits.
  • Review milking times and efficiency reports and address issues as where necessary.
  • Support farm planning by collecting and providing relevant data, such as milk production, and forecasts to management.
  • Maintain records for cleaning, department equipment maintenance, and upgrades.  
  • Respond to emergency equipment and facility failures, repairs and maintenance, coordinate with Field / Yard Forman.
  • Manage and oversee direct reports, including recruitment, on-boarding, performance management, employee development, training, and general support.
  • Direct employees in accordance with the company’s policies, guidelines, and standard operating procedures.
  • Manage staff workload incorporating daily work tasks and deadlines.
  • Review and verify time records, additional hours, and leave applications for direct department employees.
  • Keep abreast of industry and technology changes and trends and implement approved best appropriate practices.
  • Demonstrate proper animal welfare procedures and standards.
  • Participate in special projects as directed by the Operations Manager.
Skills Required
Skills Required: 
Computer Skills
Job Description: 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Basic English literacy skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively work as part of a team and independently.
  • Superior organizational and time management skills.
  • Excellent attention to detail with the ability solve problems.


  • Previous dairy experience including an understanding Modern Dairy operations and standard operating procedures.
  • Education in animal science.
  • Previous experience leading others including delegation, team communication and conflict resolution.
  • Willingness to shift work.
How to apply: 

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