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      • Niagara Falls, Ontario
      • Contract
      Are you looking to work for an organization that only has people's best interests in mind? Do you want to work with a not-for-profit organization helping millions of people across the world and thousands in your local communities? If you answered yes, then we may have the job for you.We have some awesome part-time casual kitchen helper roles available in Niagara Falls. This is a great opportunity to have a flexible work schedule and be able to give back to your community while getting paid for it. In this role you will be:- Attends Food Services staff meetings, department, and facility in-services- Performs all duties in a safe manner consistent with the Facility Statement of Philosophy, Department Goals, Mission Statement, and The Statement of - -- Resident Rights- Ensures all jobs are covered replacing sick following call-in procedure when FSM is absent.- Perform other position-related duties as required.Advantages- flexible work schedule- on bus route- $16.38/hr to start- immediate starts available- unionized facilityResponsibilitiesRESIDENT FOOD SERVICETakes and records all temperatures of foods in the kitchen that are being served to the resident prior to and during each meal to ensure all food items are at proper temperatures as per standards; takes corrective action as necessarySets tables for resident meal service.Plates resident meals in the main kitchenServes resident meals by taking food to tables, if necessary; offers choice at meal service by announcing meal selection and following specific diets.Pours tea, coffee hot water, juices and milks.Portions desserts and garnishes as requiredPrepares food as assigned by Cook, if necessaryReviews menu ensuring all items are in house for the day’s menu. Checks menu for any preparation that needs to be done following production and therapeutics as required. Prepares production sheets as required. SANITATION AND SAFETYReports concerns of the department, including repair and maintenance requirements to the Manager in a timely mannerEnsures proper storage conditions and rotation of food supplies and leftovers; dating and labeling of foods is essentialSets and cleans tables and trays for meal service to residentsCollects dirty dishes from dining room and kitchenWashes dishes after meals, washes pots and pans throughout the day.Cleans, sanitizes, sweeps and mops food preparation areas, storage areas, serving areas and refrigerators in kitchen.Cleans food preparation areas on a daily basis. Empties food cart upon return to kitchen and washes cart after meal serviceCleans equipment daily according to posted cleaning scheduleOperates dish machine and takes daily temperatures. Ensures all doors are locked to chemical and food storage rooms at end of shiftReports to work on time in clean uniform. Wears hairnet at all times and wears apron when preparing food and serving food. Wears proper gloves for H&S.QualificationsMinimum of grade 12 educationMust have completed or be prepared to enroll in the Healthcare Food Service Certificate Program or equivalent.Must have Safe Food Handlers Certification.Must be able to read and write EnglishMust be able to understand and follow verbal and written instructionsTwo to three years training and experience in quantity food production is requiredMust have formal and on-the-job training in quantity food preparation, cooking, food and equipment safety, and sanitationDemonstrates leadership, decision making, problem solving and communication skillsAbility to work harmoniously and demonstrate flexibilityAbility to maintain high professional and ethical standardsWillingness to take on new challenges and develop as position warrantsMust be reliable, conscientious, neat, clean and demonstrate tact and courtesy in dealing with othersMust be flexible and able to work to deadlinesStrong oral and written communication skillsSelf-motivated and disciplinedExperience/Working knowledge in word processing; spread sheet useSummaryHow to Applyclick "apply now"go to randstad.ca and apply directsend your resume to liam.newell@randstad.ca or aishwarrya.nanthakumar@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Are you looking to work for an organization that only has people's best interests in mind? Do you want to work with a not-for-profit organization helping millions of people across the world and thousands in your local communities? If you answered yes, then we may have the job for you.We have some awesome part-time casual kitchen helper roles available in Niagara Falls. This is a great opportunity to have a flexible work schedule and be able to give back to your community while getting paid for it. In this role you will be:- Attends Food Services staff meetings, department, and facility in-services- Performs all duties in a safe manner consistent with the Facility Statement of Philosophy, Department Goals, Mission Statement, and The Statement of - -- Resident Rights- Ensures all jobs are covered replacing sick following call-in procedure when FSM is absent.- Perform other position-related duties as required.Advantages- flexible work schedule- on bus route- $16.38/hr to start- immediate starts available- unionized facilityResponsibilitiesRESIDENT FOOD SERVICETakes and records all temperatures of foods in the kitchen that are being served to the resident prior to and during each meal to ensure all food items are at proper temperatures as per standards; takes corrective action as necessarySets tables for resident meal service.Plates resident meals in the main kitchenServes resident meals by taking food to tables, if necessary; offers choice at meal service by announcing meal selection and following specific diets.Pours tea, coffee hot water, juices and milks.Portions desserts and garnishes as requiredPrepares food as assigned by Cook, if necessaryReviews menu ensuring all items are in house for the day’s menu. Checks menu for any preparation that needs to be done following production and therapeutics as required. Prepares production sheets as required. SANITATION AND SAFETYReports concerns of the department, including repair and maintenance requirements to the Manager in a timely mannerEnsures proper storage conditions and rotation of food supplies and leftovers; dating and labeling of foods is essentialSets and cleans tables and trays for meal service to residentsCollects dirty dishes from dining room and kitchenWashes dishes after meals, washes pots and pans throughout the day.Cleans, sanitizes, sweeps and mops food preparation areas, storage areas, serving areas and refrigerators in kitchen.Cleans food preparation areas on a daily basis. Empties food cart upon return to kitchen and washes cart after meal serviceCleans equipment daily according to posted cleaning scheduleOperates dish machine and takes daily temperatures. Ensures all doors are locked to chemical and food storage rooms at end of shiftReports to work on time in clean uniform. Wears hairnet at all times and wears apron when preparing food and serving food. Wears proper gloves for H&S.QualificationsMinimum of grade 12 educationMust have completed or be prepared to enroll in the Healthcare Food Service Certificate Program or equivalent.Must have Safe Food Handlers Certification.Must be able to read and write EnglishMust be able to understand and follow verbal and written instructionsTwo to three years training and experience in quantity food production is requiredMust have formal and on-the-job training in quantity food preparation, cooking, food and equipment safety, and sanitationDemonstrates leadership, decision making, problem solving and communication skillsAbility to work harmoniously and demonstrate flexibilityAbility to maintain high professional and ethical standardsWillingness to take on new challenges and develop as position warrantsMust be reliable, conscientious, neat, clean and demonstrate tact and courtesy in dealing with othersMust be flexible and able to work to deadlinesStrong oral and written communication skillsSelf-motivated and disciplinedExperience/Working knowledge in word processing; spread sheet useSummaryHow to Applyclick "apply now"go to randstad.ca and apply directsend your resume to liam.newell@randstad.ca or aishwarrya.nanthakumar@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Niagara Falls, Ontario
      • Contract
      Are you looking to work for an organization that only has people's best interests in mind? Do you want to work with a not for profit organization helping millions of people across the world and thousands in your local communities? If you answered yes, then we may have the job for you. We are excited that we are partnering with Salvation Army to offer a role for a building maintenance person. This is a full time permanent role, that offers day shift and competitive wages as well as working with a top rated charity in Canada. In this role you will be doing the following:-To maintain all equipment at this facility in good operating condition-To ensure a healthy & safe environment for all residents, visitors, volunteers and staff-To ensure the buildings are in good condition-To perform maintenance & duties as outlined by the Director of Environmental ServicesAdvantages- day shift- on bus route- working with the Salvaton Army- great working conditions - full time permanent roleResponsibilities-Follow department policies & procedures-Completes the daily routine checks of all equipment & records-Maintains all equipment in a safe & efficient manner & ensure they are in good condition-Keeps all mechanical rooms, storerooms, electrical room & workshop clean, neat & tidy-Snow removal-Repairs equipment as requested on work orders-Completes general maintenance work assigned as quickly & as professionally as possible-Repair plumbing & minor electrical problems -Respond to work orders from all departments-Reports any problems that cannot be solved or repaired to D.E.S.-Reports any problems that may cause future breakdowns-Ensures all duties assigned have been completed-Repair furniture & other similar equipment-Move furniture & other equipment as needed-Receives deliveries and stocks in appropriate locations -removes garbage from all floors and garbage room and disposes of in garbage binQualifications- experience in building and equipment maintenance- knowledge of small electrical repairs- some HVAC knowledge and asset- some plumbing knowledge an asset- very organizedSummaryHow to Apply:1. Click 'apply' to this ad.2. Email your resume to liam.newell@randstad.ca3) on the randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Are you looking to work for an organization that only has people's best interests in mind? Do you want to work with a not for profit organization helping millions of people across the world and thousands in your local communities? If you answered yes, then we may have the job for you. We are excited that we are partnering with Salvation Army to offer a role for a building maintenance person. This is a full time permanent role, that offers day shift and competitive wages as well as working with a top rated charity in Canada. In this role you will be doing the following:-To maintain all equipment at this facility in good operating condition-To ensure a healthy & safe environment for all residents, visitors, volunteers and staff-To ensure the buildings are in good condition-To perform maintenance & duties as outlined by the Director of Environmental ServicesAdvantages- day shift- on bus route- working with the Salvaton Army- great working conditions - full time permanent roleResponsibilities-Follow department policies & procedures-Completes the daily routine checks of all equipment & records-Maintains all equipment in a safe & efficient manner & ensure they are in good condition-Keeps all mechanical rooms, storerooms, electrical room & workshop clean, neat & tidy-Snow removal-Repairs equipment as requested on work orders-Completes general maintenance work assigned as quickly & as professionally as possible-Repair plumbing & minor electrical problems -Respond to work orders from all departments-Reports any problems that cannot be solved or repaired to D.E.S.-Reports any problems that may cause future breakdowns-Ensures all duties assigned have been completed-Repair furniture & other similar equipment-Move furniture & other equipment as needed-Receives deliveries and stocks in appropriate locations -removes garbage from all floors and garbage room and disposes of in garbage binQualifications- experience in building and equipment maintenance- knowledge of small electrical repairs- some HVAC knowledge and asset- some plumbing knowledge an asset- very organizedSummaryHow to Apply:1. Click 'apply' to this ad.2. Email your resume to liam.newell@randstad.ca3) on the randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Niagara Falls
      • Permanent
      CASCADESFounded in 1964, Cascades produces, converts and markets packaging and tissue products that are composed mainly of recycled fibers. The Company employs 11,000 employees, who work in more than 90 production units located in North America and Europe. With its management philosophy, half a century of experience in recycling, and continuous efforts in research and development as driving forces, Cascades continues to deliver the innovative products  that customers have come to rely on. CASCADES CONTAINERBOARD PACKAGINGThe Containerboard Packaging Group, a division of Cascades, is the largest containerboard producer in Canada, and is also a top converter of corrugated products in the country. The Group manufactures a wide range of products made from recycled fibres for its North American customers in the food, beverage and consumer products sectors, among many others. The Division, which employs close to 3,400 people, owns six containerboard mills and nineteen corrugated products plants in Canada and the United States.Job DescriptionWe are seeking an Electrical and Instrumentation Technician who is dedicated, driven and can work independently to support our plant in Niagara Falls, NY. Candidates should be interested in taking ownership for setting and achieving high standards, are innovative when it comes to trouble-shooting and who can collaborate with others to provide continuous improvement opportunities.Responsibilities:PLCDemonstrate the ability to create a PLC program from a set of written process specifications.Creates the design and leads the installation of all projects involving PLC’s.In charge of managing all PLC software documentation, software back up strategy, insures that all PLC’s and lap tops are in good working order and are up to date with software revision.SAF (after training)Demonstrate the ability to read and interpret all project sheets in the Saphire database.Provides training to mechanics on how to interpret SAF project sheets.In charge of maintaining the Ethernet communication network for the saphires to the PC in the PC in the wet end lab, maintains the link for Brock to remote access.DCS (after training)Fully proficient at troubleshooting DCS process related problems; interface with Production as necessary.Can install and configure all DCS C200 controller hardware including I/O racks and individual I/O boards.Proficient at maintaining the FTE network.Demonstrate the ability to configure analog control loops, and digital control loops for motor control and digital I/O control using the control builder utility from a written process specification.Demonstrates the ability to configure a simple sequential control loop (SCM) from a written specification.Demonstrates the ability to configure a simple operator graphic using HTMI web builder.OtherOwn/manages technical investigations, SOP’s and follow-ups to problems; initiates training for other E/I personnel as follow-up.Assist E/I department manager/supervisor in various energy, power distribution, load study, high voltage PM, and other topics as identified.Background and Strengths:Electrical and Instrumentation degree requiredComputer literateUnderstand electrical distribution systemsKnow how to verify an instrument calibration in the field or on the benchBe familiar with AC and DC Electronic/Programmable Motor Drive SystemHave a strong troubleshooting background on both AC and DC controlsBe able to work independentlyHave expertise in troubleshooting magnetic and electronic motor controls, timers counters, sequencers, and Allen-Bradley Programmable ControllersHave experience working with pneumatic and electronic instrumentation and controlsKnow how to dismantle and rebuild valvesBe familiar with flow, temperature, pressure, and level control loopsBe able to install, calibrate and troubleshoot transmitters, controllers, and valvesBe able to interpret P&ID drawingsHave experience working with a Distributed Control System (a plus)Job ResponsibilitiesQualificationsCascades believes in the success of an inclusive organization that values diversity within its team. All qualified candidates will be considered for this position in a fair manner.Use of the masculine in our communications refers equally to both men and women. 
      CASCADESFounded in 1964, Cascades produces, converts and markets packaging and tissue products that are composed mainly of recycled fibers. The Company employs 11,000 employees, who work in more than 90 production units located in North America and Europe. With its management philosophy, half a century of experience in recycling, and continuous efforts in research and development as driving forces, Cascades continues to deliver the innovative products  that customers have come to rely on. CASCADES CONTAINERBOARD PACKAGINGThe Containerboard Packaging Group, a division of Cascades, is the largest containerboard producer in Canada, and is also a top converter of corrugated products in the country. The Group manufactures a wide range of products made from recycled fibres for its North American customers in the food, beverage and consumer products sectors, among many others. The Division, which employs close to 3,400 people, owns six containerboard mills and nineteen corrugated products plants in Canada and the United States.Job DescriptionWe are seeking an Electrical and Instrumentation Technician who is dedicated, driven and can work independently to support our plant in Niagara Falls, NY. Candidates should be interested in taking ownership for setting and achieving high standards, are innovative when it comes to trouble-shooting and who can collaborate with others to provide continuous improvement opportunities.Responsibilities:PLCDemonstrate the ability to create a PLC program from a set of written process specifications.Creates the design and leads the installation of all projects involving PLC’s.In charge of managing all PLC software documentation, software back up strategy, insures that all PLC’s and lap tops are in good working order and are up to date with software revision.SAF (after training)Demonstrate the ability to read and interpret all project sheets in the Saphire database.Provides training to mechanics on how to interpret SAF project sheets.In charge of maintaining the Ethernet communication network for the saphires to the PC in the PC in the wet end lab, maintains the link for Brock to remote access.DCS (after training)Fully proficient at troubleshooting DCS process related problems; interface with Production as necessary.Can install and configure all DCS C200 controller hardware including I/O racks and individual I/O boards.Proficient at maintaining the FTE network.Demonstrate the ability to configure analog control loops, and digital control loops for motor control and digital I/O control using the control builder utility from a written process specification.Demonstrates the ability to configure a simple sequential control loop (SCM) from a written specification.Demonstrates the ability to configure a simple operator graphic using HTMI web builder.OtherOwn/manages technical investigations, SOP’s and follow-ups to problems; initiates training for other E/I personnel as follow-up.Assist E/I department manager/supervisor in various energy, power distribution, load study, high voltage PM, and other topics as identified.Background and Strengths:Electrical and Instrumentation degree requiredComputer literateUnderstand electrical distribution systemsKnow how to verify an instrument calibration in the field or on the benchBe familiar with AC and DC Electronic/Programmable Motor Drive SystemHave a strong troubleshooting background on both AC and DC controlsBe able to work independentlyHave expertise in troubleshooting magnetic and electronic motor controls, timers counters, sequencers, and Allen-Bradley Programmable ControllersHave experience working with pneumatic and electronic instrumentation and controlsKnow how to dismantle and rebuild valvesBe familiar with flow, temperature, pressure, and level control loopsBe able to install, calibrate and troubleshoot transmitters, controllers, and valvesBe able to interpret P&ID drawingsHave experience working with a Distributed Control System (a plus)Job ResponsibilitiesQualificationsCascades believes in the success of an inclusive organization that values diversity within its team. All qualified candidates will be considered for this position in a fair manner.Use of the masculine in our communications refers equally to both men and women. 
      • Niagara Falls
      • Permanent
      Job DescriptionGreenpac Mill is a state-of-the-art containerboard mill in Niagara Falls, NY, and is the only facility of its kind in North America. The mill represents a significant part of the industrial resurgence of the Western New York area, and is the Flagship linerboard production facility for Cascades Containerboard Packaging We are seeking to hire experienced maintenance mechanics to fill a full-time position at the Greenpac Mill.Core Responsibilities:Perform a variety of duties as assigned to maintain the linerboard machine and the mill’s 24-7 operation.Perform scheduled and planned maintenance repairs of equipment, as well as emergency/unscheduled repairs of mill equipment during unplanned shutdownsProperly maintain high speed automation equipment, tooling and associated machinery to designed standards.Understand the basics required to troubleshoot and repair electrical distribution systems and support equipment.Must be able to work with PLCs and HMIs .Perform basic PLC programming skills for troubleshooting equipment and associated processes.Monitor measurement systems, SPC or other performance indicators and proactively respond to negative trends.Knowledge of instrumentation specifically pressure transmitters, level indicators, RTDs, valve positioners, etc.Understand how to troubleshoot and repair Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs).Use basic hand tools: multi-meters, thermal imaging cameras, meggers, and other electrical test equipment.Troubleshoot pneumatic/hydraulic circuits and analyze documentationCapable of product evaluation, process or equipment troubleshooting. Facilitate repairs or adjustments to improve the performance of the line and comply with quality standards.Capable of repairing electrical, electro-mechanical, pneumatic & hydraulic devices.Perform preventative maintenance on machines and equipment throughout the mill.Detect faulty or failing equipment and report any unusual situations to proper supervision.Safely use all hand and power tools. After onsite training and certification, safely use aerial lift equipment, fall protection, etc.Comply with all mill safety responsibilities and maintain clean and orderly work areas. Contribute to enhancing an interdependent safety culture.Strong communication skills, and a team-player attitude.QualificationsQualifications:AAS Degree in a technical discipline such as Mechatronics, Electronics, Robotics, Computer or Mechanical engineering technology; ORA minimum of 4 years technical maintenance experience in a heavy industrial or manufacturing environment.Preferred Skills:2-5 years of experience in electro-mechanical maintenance background in a large-scale heavy industrial manufacturing environment.Blueprint/schematic reading, access and read electrical, pneumatic and mechanical drawings.SAP experienceExperience with Siemens PCS-7 or equivalent.Experience with Profibus communication protocol*Some positions must be available to work 12 hour rotating shifts, weekends and holidays, overtime and call-ins
      Job DescriptionGreenpac Mill is a state-of-the-art containerboard mill in Niagara Falls, NY, and is the only facility of its kind in North America. The mill represents a significant part of the industrial resurgence of the Western New York area, and is the Flagship linerboard production facility for Cascades Containerboard Packaging We are seeking to hire experienced maintenance mechanics to fill a full-time position at the Greenpac Mill.Core Responsibilities:Perform a variety of duties as assigned to maintain the linerboard machine and the mill’s 24-7 operation.Perform scheduled and planned maintenance repairs of equipment, as well as emergency/unscheduled repairs of mill equipment during unplanned shutdownsProperly maintain high speed automation equipment, tooling and associated machinery to designed standards.Understand the basics required to troubleshoot and repair electrical distribution systems and support equipment.Must be able to work with PLCs and HMIs .Perform basic PLC programming skills for troubleshooting equipment and associated processes.Monitor measurement systems, SPC or other performance indicators and proactively respond to negative trends.Knowledge of instrumentation specifically pressure transmitters, level indicators, RTDs, valve positioners, etc.Understand how to troubleshoot and repair Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs).Use basic hand tools: multi-meters, thermal imaging cameras, meggers, and other electrical test equipment.Troubleshoot pneumatic/hydraulic circuits and analyze documentationCapable of product evaluation, process or equipment troubleshooting. Facilitate repairs or adjustments to improve the performance of the line and comply with quality standards.Capable of repairing electrical, electro-mechanical, pneumatic & hydraulic devices.Perform preventative maintenance on machines and equipment throughout the mill.Detect faulty or failing equipment and report any unusual situations to proper supervision.Safely use all hand and power tools. After onsite training and certification, safely use aerial lift equipment, fall protection, etc.Comply with all mill safety responsibilities and maintain clean and orderly work areas. Contribute to enhancing an interdependent safety culture.Strong communication skills, and a team-player attitude.QualificationsQualifications:AAS Degree in a technical discipline such as Mechatronics, Electronics, Robotics, Computer or Mechanical engineering technology; ORA minimum of 4 years technical maintenance experience in a heavy industrial or manufacturing environment.Preferred Skills:2-5 years of experience in electro-mechanical maintenance background in a large-scale heavy industrial manufacturing environment.Blueprint/schematic reading, access and read electrical, pneumatic and mechanical drawings.SAP experienceExperience with Siemens PCS-7 or equivalent.Experience with Profibus communication protocol*Some positions must be available to work 12 hour rotating shifts, weekends and holidays, overtime and call-ins
      • Niagara Falls, Ontario
      • Permanent
      • $23.21 - $24.70 per hour
      Are you looking for a change in your career? Do you want to work with people and help make your community a safer place to be? Do you enjoy working in a high-energy and dynamic workplace? If you answered yes to these questions, then we have the position you have been looking for.We are currently recruiting driver examiners for Niagara Falls, ON. You will be a part of a professional team that supports all Drive Test Centres on behalf of the Ministry of Transportation.Driver examiners are based out of the DriveTest Centre location. You will be part of a team of examiners and support staff that works closely with the customer and other teams that examine applicants through a road test to determine their abilities in the handling of vehicles. You will conduct a controlled class test to observe skills and the applicant's demonstrated ability in operating a vehicle. You will be making notes on compliance to traffic laws, how they handle stressful situations, and their adherence to driving regulations. In this role, you will also be providing test results and details in regards to errors and areas of improvement. This is a very fast-paced job that requires great attention to detail and the ability to switch tasks as needed throughout the day. Advantages- great starting wages ($22.76 and goes to $24.70/hr after probation)- central location- helping your community- flexible work scheduleResponsibilitiesEvaluate the driving abilities of driver’s licence light vehicle applicants at the G2 and G level.Evaluate the driving ability of applicants at the M2, M and controlled class (ABZ) level, if qualified and required.Conduct road tests for those requiring special needs or for those with disabilities.Provide grade of road test, licence information and resolve licensing issues.Provide information and assistance related to Driver Examination services.Responds to enquiries related to driver licensing, determines applicant status, and provides information regarding test/re-test procedures and classes of licences.Completes three-point verification by verbally confirming the candidates full Name, full Date of Birth and full Address.Ensure the fair and proper conduct of examinations in an environment that enables candidates to perform at their best.Review information and determine test requirements.Ensure the fair and proper conduct of examinations.Examine applicants through a road test and determine the fitness, competency, and knowledge of driver’s licence applicants.Provide examination results and complete evaluation forms for assessments.Create a calm, professional, and supportive environment that enables applicants to perform to the best of their abilities.Attends travel points to provide testing and licensing services, where applicable.Must be able to perform physical duties of the position, this may include sitting or standing for extended periods of time and entering and exiting vehicles up to 30 times per shift.QualificationsIntermediate-level computer skills in Microsoft Office.1-4 years of customer service experience in a service environment.Must hold a valid Ontario Class G driver’s licence.Must have at least four years of driving experience, verified based on “date first licenced” indicated on the Ontario driver’s licence.Must have and maintain an acceptable driving record- no more than four demerit points and three violations at all times during employment as a Driver Examiner.Thorough knowledge of applicable sections of the Highway Traffic Act, related regulations, and legislation.Must be able to Pass Criminal Record Check (CPIC); Fingerprint Criminal Record Check.SummaryHow to Apply:1. Click 'apply' to this ad.2. Call Liam, Christopher or Veronica at 519-758-52903. Email your resume to liam.newell@randstad.ca or christopher.succar@randstad.ca or veronica.gardiner@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Are you looking for a change in your career? Do you want to work with people and help make your community a safer place to be? Do you enjoy working in a high-energy and dynamic workplace? If you answered yes to these questions, then we have the position you have been looking for.We are currently recruiting driver examiners for Niagara Falls, ON. You will be a part of a professional team that supports all Drive Test Centres on behalf of the Ministry of Transportation.Driver examiners are based out of the DriveTest Centre location. You will be part of a team of examiners and support staff that works closely with the customer and other teams that examine applicants through a road test to determine their abilities in the handling of vehicles. You will conduct a controlled class test to observe skills and the applicant's demonstrated ability in operating a vehicle. You will be making notes on compliance to traffic laws, how they handle stressful situations, and their adherence to driving regulations. In this role, you will also be providing test results and details in regards to errors and areas of improvement. This is a very fast-paced job that requires great attention to detail and the ability to switch tasks as needed throughout the day. Advantages- great starting wages ($22.76 and goes to $24.70/hr after probation)- central location- helping your community- flexible work scheduleResponsibilitiesEvaluate the driving abilities of driver’s licence light vehicle applicants at the G2 and G level.Evaluate the driving ability of applicants at the M2, M and controlled class (ABZ) level, if qualified and required.Conduct road tests for those requiring special needs or for those with disabilities.Provide grade of road test, licence information and resolve licensing issues.Provide information and assistance related to Driver Examination services.Responds to enquiries related to driver licensing, determines applicant status, and provides information regarding test/re-test procedures and classes of licences.Completes three-point verification by verbally confirming the candidates full Name, full Date of Birth and full Address.Ensure the fair and proper conduct of examinations in an environment that enables candidates to perform at their best.Review information and determine test requirements.Ensure the fair and proper conduct of examinations.Examine applicants through a road test and determine the fitness, competency, and knowledge of driver’s licence applicants.Provide examination results and complete evaluation forms for assessments.Create a calm, professional, and supportive environment that enables applicants to perform to the best of their abilities.Attends travel points to provide testing and licensing services, where applicable.Must be able to perform physical duties of the position, this may include sitting or standing for extended periods of time and entering and exiting vehicles up to 30 times per shift.QualificationsIntermediate-level computer skills in Microsoft Office.1-4 years of customer service experience in a service environment.Must hold a valid Ontario Class G driver’s licence.Must have at least four years of driving experience, verified based on “date first licenced” indicated on the Ontario driver’s licence.Must have and maintain an acceptable driving record- no more than four demerit points and three violations at all times during employment as a Driver Examiner.Thorough knowledge of applicable sections of the Highway Traffic Act, related regulations, and legislation.Must be able to Pass Criminal Record Check (CPIC); Fingerprint Criminal Record Check.SummaryHow to Apply:1. Click 'apply' to this ad.2. Call Liam, Christopher or Veronica at 519-758-52903. Email your resume to liam.newell@randstad.ca or christopher.succar@randstad.ca or veronica.gardiner@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Niagara Falls, Ontario
      • Permanent
      • $23.21 - $24.70 per hour
      Are you looking for a change in your career? Do you want to work with people and help make your community a safer place to be? Do you enjoy working in a high-energy and dynamic workplace? If you answered yes to these questions, then we have the position you have been looking for.We are currently recruiting driver examiners for Niagara Falls, ON. You will be a part of a professional team that supports all Drive Test Centres on behalf of the Ministry of Transportation.Driver examiners are based out of the DriveTest Centre location. You will be part of a team of examiners and support staff that works closely with the customer and other teams that examine applicants through a road test to determine their abilities in the handling of vehicles. You will conduct a controlled class test to observe skills and the applicant's demonstrated ability in operating a vehicle. You will be making notes on compliance to traffic laws, how they handle stressful situations, and their adherence to driving regulations. In this role, you will also be providing test results and details in regards to errors and areas of improvement. This is a very fast-paced job that requires great attention to detail and the ability to switch tasks as needed throughout the day. Advantages- great starting wages ($22.76 and goes to $24.70/hr after probation)- central location- helping your community- flexible work scheduleResponsibilitiesEvaluate the driving abilities of driver’s licence light vehicle applicants at the G2 and G level.Evaluate the driving ability of applicants at the M2, M and controlled class (ABZ) level, if qualified and required.Conduct road tests for those requiring special needs or for those with disabilities.Provide grade of road test, licence information and resolve licensing issues.Provide information and assistance related to Driver Examination services.Responds to enquiries related to driver licensing, determines applicant status, and provides information regarding test/re-test procedures and classes of licences.Completes three-point verification by verbally confirming the candidates full Name, full Date of Birth and full Address.Ensure the fair and proper conduct of examinations in an environment that enables candidates to perform at their best.Review information and determine test requirements.Ensure the fair and proper conduct of examinations.Examine applicants through a road test and determine the fitness, competency, and knowledge of driver’s licence applicants.Provide examination results and complete evaluation forms for assessments.Create a calm, professional, and supportive environment that enables applicants to perform to the best of their abilities.Attends travel points to provide testing and licensing services, where applicable.Must be able to perform physical duties of the position, this may include sitting or standing for extended periods of time and entering and exiting vehicles up to 30 times per shift.QualificationsIntermediate-level computer skills in Microsoft Office.1-4 years of customer service experience in a service environment.Must hold a valid Ontario Class G driver’s licence.Must have at least four years of driving experience, verified based on “date first licenced” indicated on the Ontario driver’s licence.Must have and maintain an acceptable driving record- no more than four demerit points and three violations at all times during employment as a Driver Examiner.Thorough knowledge of applicable sections of the Highway Traffic Act, related regulations, and legislation.Must be able to Pass Criminal Record Check (CPIC); Fingerprint Criminal Record Check.SummaryHow to Apply:1. Click 'apply' to this ad.2. Call Liam, Christopher or Veronica at 519-758-52903. Email your resume to liam.newell@randstad.ca or christopher.succar@randstad.ca or veronica.gardiner@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Are you looking for a change in your career? Do you want to work with people and help make your community a safer place to be? Do you enjoy working in a high-energy and dynamic workplace? If you answered yes to these questions, then we have the position you have been looking for.We are currently recruiting driver examiners for Niagara Falls, ON. You will be a part of a professional team that supports all Drive Test Centres on behalf of the Ministry of Transportation.Driver examiners are based out of the DriveTest Centre location. You will be part of a team of examiners and support staff that works closely with the customer and other teams that examine applicants through a road test to determine their abilities in the handling of vehicles. You will conduct a controlled class test to observe skills and the applicant's demonstrated ability in operating a vehicle. You will be making notes on compliance to traffic laws, how they handle stressful situations, and their adherence to driving regulations. In this role, you will also be providing test results and details in regards to errors and areas of improvement. This is a very fast-paced job that requires great attention to detail and the ability to switch tasks as needed throughout the day. Advantages- great starting wages ($22.76 and goes to $24.70/hr after probation)- central location- helping your community- flexible work scheduleResponsibilitiesEvaluate the driving abilities of driver’s licence light vehicle applicants at the G2 and G level.Evaluate the driving ability of applicants at the M2, M and controlled class (ABZ) level, if qualified and required.Conduct road tests for those requiring special needs or for those with disabilities.Provide grade of road test, licence information and resolve licensing issues.Provide information and assistance related to Driver Examination services.Responds to enquiries related to driver licensing, determines applicant status, and provides information regarding test/re-test procedures and classes of licences.Completes three-point verification by verbally confirming the candidates full Name, full Date of Birth and full Address.Ensure the fair and proper conduct of examinations in an environment that enables candidates to perform at their best.Review information and determine test requirements.Ensure the fair and proper conduct of examinations.Examine applicants through a road test and determine the fitness, competency, and knowledge of driver’s licence applicants.Provide examination results and complete evaluation forms for assessments.Create a calm, professional, and supportive environment that enables applicants to perform to the best of their abilities.Attends travel points to provide testing and licensing services, where applicable.Must be able to perform physical duties of the position, this may include sitting or standing for extended periods of time and entering and exiting vehicles up to 30 times per shift.QualificationsIntermediate-level computer skills in Microsoft Office.1-4 years of customer service experience in a service environment.Must hold a valid Ontario Class G driver’s licence.Must have at least four years of driving experience, verified based on “date first licenced” indicated on the Ontario driver’s licence.Must have and maintain an acceptable driving record- no more than four demerit points and three violations at all times during employment as a Driver Examiner.Thorough knowledge of applicable sections of the Highway Traffic Act, related regulations, and legislation.Must be able to Pass Criminal Record Check (CPIC); Fingerprint Criminal Record Check.SummaryHow to Apply:1. Click 'apply' to this ad.2. Call Liam, Christopher or Veronica at 519-758-52903. Email your resume to liam.newell@randstad.ca or christopher.succar@randstad.ca or veronica.gardiner@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Niagara Falls
      • Permanent
      CASCADESFounded in 1964, Cascades produces, converts and markets packaging and tissue products that are composed mainly of recycled fibers. The Company employs 11,000 employees, who work in more than 90 production units located in North America and Europe. With its management philosophy, half a century of experience in recycling, and continuous efforts in research and development as driving forces, Cascades continues to deliver the innovative products  that customers have come to rely on. CASCADES CONTAINERBOARD PACKAGINGThe Containerboard Packaging Group, a division of Cascades, is the largest containerboard producer in Canada, and is also a top converter of corrugated products in the country. The Group manufactures a wide range of products made from recycled fibres for its North American customers in the food, beverage and consumer products sectors, among many others. The Division, which employs close to 3,400 people, owns six containerboard mills and nineteen corrugated products plants in Canada and the United States.Your Challenge!Reporting to the Mechanical Supervisor, the successful Millwright candidate will be responsible for safe execution of the following functions.Job ResponsibilitiesRead blueprints, diagrams and schematic drawings to determine work proceduresInstall, align take apart and move stationary industrial machinery and mechanical equipment, such as pumps, fans, tanks conveyors, furnaces and generators according to layout plans and using hand and power equipmentInspect and examine machinery and equipment to detect and find irregularities and malfunctionsInstall, troubleshoot and maintain power transmission, vacuum, hydraulic and pneumatic systemsAdjust machinery and repair or replace defective partsClean, lubricate and perform other routine maintenance work on machineryOperate hoisting and lifting devices, such as cranes, jacks and tractors, to position machinery and parts during the installation, set-up and repair of machineryOperate machine tools, such as lathes and grinders, to fabricate parts required during overhaul, maintenance or set-up of machineryAssemble machinery and equipment prior to installation by using hand and power tools and welding equipmentExecute preventative maintenance activities including trouble shooting and repairs to all mill equipment in a timely mannerParticipate in safety programs and ensure the application of our safety standards for all maintenance operationsWork in a safe productive manner to maximize quality, efficiency and availability while minimizing maintenance cost and unscheduled downtimeQualificationsExperience in the manufacturing industryMaintenance Journeyman experience an asset but not mandatoryMachining, Tig and Stick welding, Hydraulics, PneumaticsAble to diagnose mechanical problems and expedite repairGood understanding of Occupational Health and Safety regulations and able to work both safely and efficientlyAble to work a shift rotation including rotating weekend schedule#revealyourpotential  #LifeAtCascadesCascades believes in the success of an inclusive organization that values diversity within its team. It will fairly consider all those qualified for this position. The use of the masculine in our communication refers to both women and men. About Cascades Being part of Cascades means revealing the full potential of matter, people and ideas. We are a source of possibilities. Since 1964, we have been offering sustainable, innovative and value-creating solutions in terms of packaging, hygiene and recovery. Join 12,000 women and men working in a network of more than 90 business units located in North America and Europe. 
      CASCADESFounded in 1964, Cascades produces, converts and markets packaging and tissue products that are composed mainly of recycled fibers. The Company employs 11,000 employees, who work in more than 90 production units located in North America and Europe. With its management philosophy, half a century of experience in recycling, and continuous efforts in research and development as driving forces, Cascades continues to deliver the innovative products  that customers have come to rely on. CASCADES CONTAINERBOARD PACKAGINGThe Containerboard Packaging Group, a division of Cascades, is the largest containerboard producer in Canada, and is also a top converter of corrugated products in the country. The Group manufactures a wide range of products made from recycled fibres for its North American customers in the food, beverage and consumer products sectors, among many others. The Division, which employs close to 3,400 people, owns six containerboard mills and nineteen corrugated products plants in Canada and the United States.Your Challenge!Reporting to the Mechanical Supervisor, the successful Millwright candidate will be responsible for safe execution of the following functions.Job ResponsibilitiesRead blueprints, diagrams and schematic drawings to determine work proceduresInstall, align take apart and move stationary industrial machinery and mechanical equipment, such as pumps, fans, tanks conveyors, furnaces and generators according to layout plans and using hand and power equipmentInspect and examine machinery and equipment to detect and find irregularities and malfunctionsInstall, troubleshoot and maintain power transmission, vacuum, hydraulic and pneumatic systemsAdjust machinery and repair or replace defective partsClean, lubricate and perform other routine maintenance work on machineryOperate hoisting and lifting devices, such as cranes, jacks and tractors, to position machinery and parts during the installation, set-up and repair of machineryOperate machine tools, such as lathes and grinders, to fabricate parts required during overhaul, maintenance or set-up of machineryAssemble machinery and equipment prior to installation by using hand and power tools and welding equipmentExecute preventative maintenance activities including trouble shooting and repairs to all mill equipment in a timely mannerParticipate in safety programs and ensure the application of our safety standards for all maintenance operationsWork in a safe productive manner to maximize quality, efficiency and availability while minimizing maintenance cost and unscheduled downtimeQualificationsExperience in the manufacturing industryMaintenance Journeyman experience an asset but not mandatoryMachining, Tig and Stick welding, Hydraulics, PneumaticsAble to diagnose mechanical problems and expedite repairGood understanding of Occupational Health and Safety regulations and able to work both safely and efficientlyAble to work a shift rotation including rotating weekend schedule#revealyourpotential  #LifeAtCascadesCascades believes in the success of an inclusive organization that values diversity within its team. It will fairly consider all those qualified for this position. The use of the masculine in our communication refers to both women and men. About Cascades Being part of Cascades means revealing the full potential of matter, people and ideas. We are a source of possibilities. Since 1964, we have been offering sustainable, innovative and value-creating solutions in terms of packaging, hygiene and recovery. Join 12,000 women and men working in a network of more than 90 business units located in North America and Europe. 
      • Niagara Falls
      • Permanent
      Job DescriptionDo you want a career with a world class paper manufacturer?Cascades is more than a global innovator and manufacturer of green products, it is the collective force of over 11,000 talented and highly respected individuals, who are empowered to succeed as one. The company’s history is built upon passion, talent, and a strong commitment to sustainable development. Today, Cascades is branching out with close to 90 facilities across North America and Europe.A Cascades career currently includes:• Company-sponsored health and dental coverage available for the first of the month following date of hire.• 401(k) Retirement plan with company match, and discretionary bonus• Profit sharing program for regular employees after 1 year• Nine paid holidays• Generous vacation schedule• Advancement opportunity• Robust learning and development program with state-of-the-art e-learning system• 36 hours in 48 rotating weks includes holidays and weekends.What we look for:• Safety: Must show a commitment to an interdependent safety-first attitude.• Positive Attitude: Consistently display positive behavior that supports the organization’s goals and objectives.• Education: High School Diploma/GED or equivalent.• Mechanical skill: Must be mechanically inclined and understand mechanical principles.• Endurance: This job entails bending, walking, lifting, and climbing throughout the shift. • Teamwork: Ability to work independently and in a team empowerment culture.• Adaptability: Highly flexible with the ability to adjust to the demands of the job, produce high quality work, and can be depended on to complete assigned tasks. Must be a self-starter.• Communication: Ability to communicate well with others and able to lead team meetings.• Attendance: Superior attendance record.• Experience: Some manufacturing experience and consistent work history preferred.• Other: Applicants must pass background check, physical/drug screen.• Hours: Must be available for rotation shifts, overtime, and job family rotation.Responsibilities/Requirements:• You will be trained on up to 3 machine operator positions in your first year with a rate increase after successful certification.• Follows all safety rules and procedures; attends and participates in daily crew safety.• Learn the layout of the mill and gain knowledge of the papermaking process.• Cleans up areas of the mill (stock off floor, slab paper, and other cleaning assignments); assists as general labor on equipment shutdowns.• Works as a team with fellow operators on a variety of production responsibilities and problem-solving scenarios.• Train to load and unload raw material and finished product.• Assists with paper machine problems.• Completes other tasks as requested by supervisor. To apply, please send your resume to yara_abdallah@cascades.comJob ResponsibilitiesQualifications
      Job DescriptionDo you want a career with a world class paper manufacturer?Cascades is more than a global innovator and manufacturer of green products, it is the collective force of over 11,000 talented and highly respected individuals, who are empowered to succeed as one. The company’s history is built upon passion, talent, and a strong commitment to sustainable development. Today, Cascades is branching out with close to 90 facilities across North America and Europe.A Cascades career currently includes:• Company-sponsored health and dental coverage available for the first of the month following date of hire.• 401(k) Retirement plan with company match, and discretionary bonus• Profit sharing program for regular employees after 1 year• Nine paid holidays• Generous vacation schedule• Advancement opportunity• Robust learning and development program with state-of-the-art e-learning system• 36 hours in 48 rotating weks includes holidays and weekends.What we look for:• Safety: Must show a commitment to an interdependent safety-first attitude.• Positive Attitude: Consistently display positive behavior that supports the organization’s goals and objectives.• Education: High School Diploma/GED or equivalent.• Mechanical skill: Must be mechanically inclined and understand mechanical principles.• Endurance: This job entails bending, walking, lifting, and climbing throughout the shift. • Teamwork: Ability to work independently and in a team empowerment culture.• Adaptability: Highly flexible with the ability to adjust to the demands of the job, produce high quality work, and can be depended on to complete assigned tasks. Must be a self-starter.• Communication: Ability to communicate well with others and able to lead team meetings.• Attendance: Superior attendance record.• Experience: Some manufacturing experience and consistent work history preferred.• Other: Applicants must pass background check, physical/drug screen.• Hours: Must be available for rotation shifts, overtime, and job family rotation.Responsibilities/Requirements:• You will be trained on up to 3 machine operator positions in your first year with a rate increase after successful certification.• Follows all safety rules and procedures; attends and participates in daily crew safety.• Learn the layout of the mill and gain knowledge of the papermaking process.• Cleans up areas of the mill (stock off floor, slab paper, and other cleaning assignments); assists as general labor on equipment shutdowns.• Works as a team with fellow operators on a variety of production responsibilities and problem-solving scenarios.• Train to load and unload raw material and finished product.• Assists with paper machine problems.• Completes other tasks as requested by supervisor. To apply, please send your resume to yara_abdallah@cascades.comJob ResponsibilitiesQualifications
      • Niagara Falls
      • Permanent
      Do you want a career with a world class paper manufacturer?Cascades is more than a global innovator and manufacturer of green products, it is the collective force of over 11,000 talented and highly respected individuals, who are empowered to succeed as one. The company’s history is built upon passion, talent, and a strong commitment to sustainable development. Today, Cascades is branching out with close to 90 facilities across North America and Europe.A Cascades career currently includes:• The ability to earn $50,000 within your first year.• Company-sponsored health and dental coverage available for the first of the month following date of hire.• 401(k) Retirement plan with company match, and discretionary bonus• Profit sharing program for regular employees after 1 year• Nine paid holidays• Generous vacation schedule• Double time on Sundays• Advancement opportunity• Robust learning and development program with state-of-the-art e-learning system• Wellness allowance, education allowance, safety shoes, and uniforms• Normal schedule includes OT after training period.• 15 days off a month with our 12-hour shift rotation that includes holidays and weekends.• Temp to regular with typical 1500-hour probationWhat we look for:• Safety: Must show a commitment to an interdependent safety-first attitude.• Positive Attitude: Consistently display positive behavior that supports the organization’s goals and objectives.• Education: High School Diploma/GED or equivalent.• Mechanical skill: Must be mechanically inclined and understand mechanical principles.• Endurance: This job entails bending, walking, lifting, and climbing throughout the shift. Must be able to lift up to 50lbs on an occasional basis.• Teamwork: Ability to work independently and in a team empowerment culture.• Adaptability: Highly flexible with the ability to adjust to the demands of the job, produce high quality work, and can be depended on to complete assigned tasks. Must be a self-starter.• Communication: Ability to communicate well with others and able to lead team meetings.• Attendance: Superior attendance record.• Experience: Some manufacturing experience and consistent work history preferred.• Other: Applicants must pass background check, physical/drug screen.• Hours: Must be available for rotation shifts, overtime, and job family rotation.Responsibilities/Requirements:• You will be trained on up to 3 machine operator positions in your first year with a rate increase after successful certification.• Follows all safety rules and procedures; attends and participates in daily crew safety.• Learn the layout of the mill and gain knowledge of the papermaking process.• Cleans up areas of the mill (stock off floor, slab paper, and other cleaning assignments); assists as general labor on equipment shutdowns.• Works as a team with fellow operators on a variety of production responsibilities and problem-solving scenarios.• Train to load and unload raw material and finished product.• Assists with paper machine problems.• Completes other tasks as requested by supervisor. To apply, please send your resume to angelo_lang@cascades.com#revealyourpotential #LifeAtCascadesCascades believes in the success of an inclusive organization that values diversity within its team. All qualified candidates will be considered for this position in a fair manner. Use of the masculine in our communications refers equally to both women and men.About CascadesTo be part of Cascades is to reveal the full potential of materials, people and ideas. We are source of possibilities.Since 1964, we have been providing sustainable, innovative and value-creating solutions in packaging, hygiene and recovery.Join 12,000 women and men working in a network of more than 90 operating units located in North America and Europe.  
      Do you want a career with a world class paper manufacturer?Cascades is more than a global innovator and manufacturer of green products, it is the collective force of over 11,000 talented and highly respected individuals, who are empowered to succeed as one. The company’s history is built upon passion, talent, and a strong commitment to sustainable development. Today, Cascades is branching out with close to 90 facilities across North America and Europe.A Cascades career currently includes:• The ability to earn $50,000 within your first year.• Company-sponsored health and dental coverage available for the first of the month following date of hire.• 401(k) Retirement plan with company match, and discretionary bonus• Profit sharing program for regular employees after 1 year• Nine paid holidays• Generous vacation schedule• Double time on Sundays• Advancement opportunity• Robust learning and development program with state-of-the-art e-learning system• Wellness allowance, education allowance, safety shoes, and uniforms• Normal schedule includes OT after training period.• 15 days off a month with our 12-hour shift rotation that includes holidays and weekends.• Temp to regular with typical 1500-hour probationWhat we look for:• Safety: Must show a commitment to an interdependent safety-first attitude.• Positive Attitude: Consistently display positive behavior that supports the organization’s goals and objectives.• Education: High School Diploma/GED or equivalent.• Mechanical skill: Must be mechanically inclined and understand mechanical principles.• Endurance: This job entails bending, walking, lifting, and climbing throughout the shift. Must be able to lift up to 50lbs on an occasional basis.• Teamwork: Ability to work independently and in a team empowerment culture.• Adaptability: Highly flexible with the ability to adjust to the demands of the job, produce high quality work, and can be depended on to complete assigned tasks. Must be a self-starter.• Communication: Ability to communicate well with others and able to lead team meetings.• Attendance: Superior attendance record.• Experience: Some manufacturing experience and consistent work history preferred.• Other: Applicants must pass background check, physical/drug screen.• Hours: Must be available for rotation shifts, overtime, and job family rotation.Responsibilities/Requirements:• You will be trained on up to 3 machine operator positions in your first year with a rate increase after successful certification.• Follows all safety rules and procedures; attends and participates in daily crew safety.• Learn the layout of the mill and gain knowledge of the papermaking process.• Cleans up areas of the mill (stock off floor, slab paper, and other cleaning assignments); assists as general labor on equipment shutdowns.• Works as a team with fellow operators on a variety of production responsibilities and problem-solving scenarios.• Train to load and unload raw material and finished product.• Assists with paper machine problems.• Completes other tasks as requested by supervisor. To apply, please send your resume to angelo_lang@cascades.com#revealyourpotential #LifeAtCascadesCascades believes in the success of an inclusive organization that values diversity within its team. All qualified candidates will be considered for this position in a fair manner. Use of the masculine in our communications refers equally to both women and men.About CascadesTo be part of Cascades is to reveal the full potential of materials, people and ideas. We are source of possibilities.Since 1964, we have been providing sustainable, innovative and value-creating solutions in packaging, hygiene and recovery.Join 12,000 women and men working in a network of more than 90 operating units located in North America and Europe.  

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