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Here at Daiya we place high value on team work, collaboration, innovation and just plain having fun. It’s our team members – Daiyans as we like to call ourselves – who really set us apart from so many other companies.
But if there’s one answer that truly stands out, it’s that moment when our employees realize they’re directly contributing to making a difference in other people’s lives. And it happens whenever we see someone experience our products for the first time.
The surprising joy of that very first bite. The wonderful freedom of finally indulging in ooey gooey deliciousness. There’s nothing quite like it. And yet it fuels our passion to keep innovating, creating and working towards a better future for our customers and ourselves.
Being part of a driven, fast-moving team requires downtime to stop, unwind and connect with your peers.
Whether it’s a company-wide hoopla put together by our Culture Team or a smaller gathering, we like to take the time to stop, come together and celebrate our accomplishments regularly.
Continuous improvement through innovation is at the heart of everything we do. Which is why our work is driven by the mantra, “What is our best capable of?” Big ideas take time, productive failure, communication and collaboration. As Daiyans, it’s essential that we continuously adapt and evolve to meet the needs of the families who rely on the products we create.
Each and every Daiyan has the ability to make a difference in the future of the company and the lives of our consumers. Which is why we encourage and foster a uniquely rich collaborative environment where we’re always working together to find the best answer, regardless of who it comes from.
Daiya Foods is proud to be a leader and creator of deliciously dairy-, gluten- and soy-free foods. Established in 2008 and based in Vancouver, British Columbia, our company has grown to include more than 220 passionate Daiyans located in both Canada and the United States.
Every day brings new challenges, and each day we work together to meet them.
You’re smart, driven and just plain awesome. Knowing your hard work and talents are helping people all around the world gives you a sense of purpose and satisfaction.
If you are looking to do the best work of your career, be a part of an extraordinary company and have a passion for what we do, we want to hear from you! Please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com, indicating the opportunity you are applying for with the job title in the subject line.
Check out all our current opportunities below! If you do not see a current opportunity that interests you, feel free to send in your resume and cover letter as we are always on the lookout for talented individuals. Please note: Currently, we are not accepting internships.
The Accounts Payable (AP) Assistant is responsible for providing financial and administrative support in order to ensure effective, efficient and accurate financial and administrative operations.
The AP Assistant reports to the General Accountant and is responsible for providing financial, administrative and clerical services. This includes processing and monitoring payments and expenditures. Providing these services in an effective and efficient manner will ensure that finances are accurate and up to date, that staff are paid in a timely and appropriate manner and that vendors and suppliers are paid within established time limits are important functions for this team member. This role will complete payments and controls expenses by receiving, processing, verifying, and reconciling invoices and works closely with the AP Associates in a collaborative manner.
Our experienced Human Resources Director leverages their expertise as a business partner and driver for change within a growing and dynamic company. We are a passionate team who are working together to change the way the world eats with our amazing plant-based food products. Our unique culture is our special sauce that makes it so meaningful to be a Daiyan!
Due to our impressive growth, we are now adding an HR Director to support our HR team and business. Our HR Director will be responsible for working with the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) to lead the areas of recruiting and retention, change management, and HR program implementation. This role leads our HR team of 5 and is based out of our offices in Vancouver, BC.
This is a significant career opportunity for the right candidate. The Vice President, Marketing position is a key leadership role requiring an exceptionally strategic, high EQ executive with a strong Large-CPG skill set and demonstrated success in small, entrepreneurial environments. With the ability to provide outstanding thought and team leadership, this critical leader will be responsible for leveraging our significant North American momentum to build Daiya into one of the pre-eminent plant-based brands of the world.
The Red Seal Certified Journeyman Electrician must possess fundamental and specialized knowledge and skills related to the installation and maintenance of electrical devices and components found in industrial settings. The Industrial Electrician inspects, installs, troubleshoots, repairs and services (includes calibration and preventive/predictive maintenance) electrical equipment such as motors, generators, pumps, heavy duty machines, environmental regulating systems, communication systems; and associated electrical and electronic controls for food production.
The Industrial Electrician is also responsible for working together with the rest of the maintenance team to complete Work Orders and follow a Preventive Maintenance Program. This position may require shift hours.
The Journeyman Industrial Millwright must possess fundamental and specialized knowledge and skills related to troubleshooting and providing preventative and corrective maintenance support to production lines and facilitating equipment change-over.
The Millwright is responsible for working together with the rest of the maintenance team to complete new projects, work orders and follow a Preventive Maintenance Program. This position requires shiftwork (rotating once a month).
Our Production Manager provides leadership to the management and supervision of the manufacturing processes, to ensure scheduled production levels are met for each shift and high-level sanitation is complete to meet Food Safety and QA standards. The Production Manager will work with the Director, Plant Operations to research and implement processes that minimize costs and waste while maximizing the highest quality production outputs.
The Production Manager will ensure that manufacture of products is carried out in accordance with internal and external standards and in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices, HACCP and SQF requirements along with Work Safe BC standards.
Our Process Engineer will manage and direct engineering functions to meet company objectives for new product development and improvement of existing product lines. This role will be responsible for the efficient development of processes at production scale, sourcing and modification of equipment, manufacture of samples, and leading new equipment trials. Key skills for this role are problem-solving and have a keen interest in working collaboratively to develop new processes and improve current ones. Ability to travel to our co-packers is also a critical requirement.
Our R&D Technologist – New Product Development (NPD) leads and supports significant technical components of R&D projects, utilizing strong innovation, product development, and research skills to advance team and department objectives. This team member will work collaboratively and independently to design and execute technical work, from benchtop testing to product commercialization. This role conducts all types of technical work including but not limited to: scientific research, product concept refinement, raw material sourcing, product formulation, benchtop prototype development, experimental design, analytical testing, data analysis and interpretation, scale up testing, co-packer assessment, process optimizing, shelf life testing, sensory testing, stability analysis and product commercialization. May be required to supervise and support other team members in delivering tasks. Our R&D Technologist is responsible for driving company growth through collaborating, innovating, and experimenting to develop creative product and process solutions.
Our Co-Packer Planner will be the company’s key interface with our co-pack partners for production planning and execution. The successful candidate will be responsible for the management of co-pack processes, systems and planning. This role is required to have strong interpersonal skills to provide scheduling support and expertise to cross-functional teams, such as Logistics, Purchasing, Operations, R&D, and QA.
Our Demand Planner is responsible for the development and management of a demand planning & forecasting tool to support the company’s aggressive growth. Responsibility includes ensuring data accuracy for short-term and long-term demand at Daiya’s own facility and Co-Packers; reviewing current forecasts data with the Sales team; developing and facilitating the Sales and Operations (S&OP) process. This role is required to have strong interpersonal skills to provide planning and forecasting support and expertise to cross-functional teams, such as Scheduling, Logistics, Purchasing, Operations, and R&D.
Our Director of Supply Chain is a key position responsible for daily leadership and direction in the Supply Chain team, both at the current facility and the new facility that will be up and running in 2019. This role will oversee the Logistics and Warehousing functions, and work closely with the VP of Supply Chain on the Planning and Procurement functions. Coupled with a wealth of Supply Chain experience, this role is required to have strong interpersonal skills to provide leadership to vendors, internal stakeholders and ultimately our customers and consumers.