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      • Belleville, Ontario
      • 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 Production Manager, the Production Supervisor’s mission is to achieve the operational efficiency objectives associated with his or her unit's business strategy by optimizing available resources, rigorously applying business processes and establishing an effective communication system. You ensure the optimal management of occupational health and safety, target production sequence and product compliance with quality standards. You closely monitor operating parameters and, if necessary, develop an action plan to close performance gaps or resolve anomalies. You also build a mobilized and competent team and support their production efforts while nurturing a culture of continuous improvement. As a result, you contribute to the achievement of your unit's manufacturing objectives by positively influencing the adoption of healthy and safe behaviours, operating costs, performance, and production capacity and quality.Job ResponsibilitiesReporting to the Production Manager, the successful candidate will have the following main functions:• Supervise, co-ordinate and schedule activities of workers.• Establish methods to meet work schedules and co-ordinate work activities with other departments• Resolve work problems and recommend measures to improve productivity and product quality• Train workers in job duties, safety procedures and company policies• Complete employee performance appraisals and administer disciplines as required• Prepare production and other reports• lead daily crew meetings with a focus on safety• work collaboratively with management to implement and uphold management/corporate decisions and initiatives• ensure production employees are adequately trained and adhering to Cascades policies and procedures• support and coach production employees to ensure that production and quality standards are being met daily• Complete weekly payroll approvals Qualifications► 1 year of supervisory experience in a manufacturing environment preferred► Reliable, autonomous and demonstrate initiative;► Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;► Excellent analytical/problem solving skills;► Good organizational skills;► Strong computer skills in all Microsoft software (Excel, Word, etc.);► Health and safety training (core certification, first aid) would be an asset.► Ability to work 8 hour shifts on a rotating 3 shift scheduleCascades 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.Your challenge!Reporting to the Production Manager, the Production Supervisor’s mission is to achieve the operational efficiency objectives associated with his or her unit's business strategy by optimizing available resources, rigorously applying business processes and establishing an effective communication system. You ensure the optimal management of occupational health and safety, target production sequence and product compliance with quality standards. You closely monitor operating parameters and, if necessary, develop an action plan to close performance gaps or resolve anomalies. You also build a mobilized and competent team and support their production efforts while nurturing a culture of continuous improvement. As a result, you contribute to the achievement of your unit's manufacturing objectives by positively influencing the adoption of healthy and safe behaviours, operating costs, performance, and production capacity and quality.Job ResponsibilitiesReporting to the Production Manager, the successful candidate will have the following main functions:• Supervise, co-ordinate and schedule activities of workers.• Establish methods to meet work schedules and co-ordinate work activities with other departments• Resolve work problems and recommend measures to improve productivity and product quality• Train workers in job duties, safety procedures and company policies• Complete employee performance appraisals and administer disciplines as required• Prepare production and other reports• lead daily crew meetings with a focus on safety• work collaboratively with management to implement and uphold management/corporate decisions and initiatives• ensure production employees are adequately trained and adhering to Cascades policies and procedures• support and coach production employees to ensure that production and quality standards are being met daily• Complete weekly payroll approvals Qualifications► 1 year of supervisory experience in a manufacturing environment preferred► Reliable, autonomous and demonstrate initiative;► Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;► Excellent analytical/problem solving skills;► Good organizational skills;► Strong computer skills in all Microsoft software (Excel, Word, etc.);► Health and safety training (core certification, first aid) would be an asset.► Ability to work 8 hour shifts on a rotating 3 shift scheduleCascades 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. 
      • Belleville, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Millwright MechanicCascades is the largest recycled paper collector in Canada and a leader in the production and conversion of corrugated products, tissue paper and specialty products in North America.We are currently looking for a highly motivated and dedicated individual to work in our Belleville corrugated box converting plan as a Millwright Mechanic. Candidates will be required to work on a rotating 12-hour shift schedule and be physically capable of working in a warm and humid environment. Successful candidates will be paid $34.20/hr. with further increases on a yearly basis.After successful completion of the probationary period, we will provide you with:comprehensive health and dental plan, vision care pension plan with company match on voluntary contributionsbi-annual profit-sharing paymentslife insuranceshort term/long term disability planemployee assistance programcompany stock purchase plan optionannual boot allowance of $160.00annual tool allowance of $200.00$0.47/hr. shift premium for working 12hr. shiftsfree prescription safety glassesfree custom-molded hearing protectionannual increases every January employee discounts programResponsibilities and DutiesReporting to the Maintenance Supervisor, the successful candidates will have the following main responsibilities:Detect and troubleshoot irregularities and malfunctionsRepair or replace defective machinery partsPerform regular maintenance work on machineryOperate machining tools to fabricate partsInstalling machinery and equipment Qualifications:Must possess valid and up to date 433A Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Trade CertificationMust be mechanically and mathematically inclinedSafety oriented and able to follow proper safety proceduresPrevious experience in a similar role in a corrugated packaging facility will be considered an assetIn adherence to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, Cascades is committed to providing accommodation when requested by the candidate at any time during the recruitment process
      Millwright MechanicCascades is the largest recycled paper collector in Canada and a leader in the production and conversion of corrugated products, tissue paper and specialty products in North America.We are currently looking for a highly motivated and dedicated individual to work in our Belleville corrugated box converting plan as a Millwright Mechanic. Candidates will be required to work on a rotating 12-hour shift schedule and be physically capable of working in a warm and humid environment. Successful candidates will be paid $34.20/hr. with further increases on a yearly basis.After successful completion of the probationary period, we will provide you with:comprehensive health and dental plan, vision care pension plan with company match on voluntary contributionsbi-annual profit-sharing paymentslife insuranceshort term/long term disability planemployee assistance programcompany stock purchase plan optionannual boot allowance of $160.00annual tool allowance of $200.00$0.47/hr. shift premium for working 12hr. shiftsfree prescription safety glassesfree custom-molded hearing protectionannual increases every January employee discounts programResponsibilities and DutiesReporting to the Maintenance Supervisor, the successful candidates will have the following main responsibilities:Detect and troubleshoot irregularities and malfunctionsRepair or replace defective machinery partsPerform regular maintenance work on machineryOperate machining tools to fabricate partsInstalling machinery and equipment Qualifications:Must possess valid and up to date 433A Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Trade CertificationMust be mechanically and mathematically inclinedSafety oriented and able to follow proper safety proceduresPrevious experience in a similar role in a corrugated packaging facility will be considered an assetIn adherence to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, Cascades is committed to providing accommodation when requested by the candidate at any time during the recruitment process
      • Belleville, Ontario
      • 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 Production Manager, the Maintenance Lead’s mission is to be responsible for all outcomes associated with the maintenance of his/her area: Ensures communication between operations and maintenance and correct prioritization for maintenance activities and manages defects / failures. Also provides support to the Asset Owner and Process Lead.Individual responsibilities- Define standard processes and tools to handle defects (DH) and ensures that processes are executed properly- Follow up with operators to ensure that any defects were handled properly- Define / execute on standards for Breakdown Elimination (BDE) and presents breakdown status weekly at a Line Centric Team (LCT) meeting- Monitor repair paths - Support operators in identifying and solving problems that caused breakdowns- Determine planned maintenance needs and prioritize / schedule the process for conducting planned maintenance- Ensure constant communication with the maintenance department to establish area priorities- Continuously improve established maintenance processes including DH and BDE- Reduced negative impact of maintenance needs and machine reliability- Culture of continuous improvement and standardization strongly embedded- Winning culture- Adherence to Cascades' overarching values and ethics and servant leadershipExperiences and strengths- Ability to work in a safe manner and inspire a safety culture- Experience leading and coaching teams- Knowledge / expertise in maintenance processes- Demonstrates good analytical, problem- Solving skills and ability to drive insights- Demonstrates ability to overcome ambiguous and complex situations- Brings strong organizational and prioritization skills- Understanding or willingness to learn Lean Production System principles- Strong interpersonal skills; ability to work well and communicate with others- Mechanically inclined- Strong time management, and organization skillsCascades 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.Your challenge!Reporting to the Production Manager, the Maintenance Lead’s mission is to be responsible for all outcomes associated with the maintenance of his/her area: Ensures communication between operations and maintenance and correct prioritization for maintenance activities and manages defects / failures. Also provides support to the Asset Owner and Process Lead.Individual responsibilities- Define standard processes and tools to handle defects (DH) and ensures that processes are executed properly- Follow up with operators to ensure that any defects were handled properly- Define / execute on standards for Breakdown Elimination (BDE) and presents breakdown status weekly at a Line Centric Team (LCT) meeting- Monitor repair paths - Support operators in identifying and solving problems that caused breakdowns- Determine planned maintenance needs and prioritize / schedule the process for conducting planned maintenance- Ensure constant communication with the maintenance department to establish area priorities- Continuously improve established maintenance processes including DH and BDE- Reduced negative impact of maintenance needs and machine reliability- Culture of continuous improvement and standardization strongly embedded- Winning culture- Adherence to Cascades' overarching values and ethics and servant leadershipExperiences and strengths- Ability to work in a safe manner and inspire a safety culture- Experience leading and coaching teams- Knowledge / expertise in maintenance processes- Demonstrates good analytical, problem- Solving skills and ability to drive insights- Demonstrates ability to overcome ambiguous and complex situations- Brings strong organizational and prioritization skills- Understanding or willingness to learn Lean Production System principles- Strong interpersonal skills; ability to work well and communicate with others- Mechanically inclined- Strong time management, and organization skillsCascades 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. 
      • Belleville, Ontario
      • 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 Production Manager, the Asset Owner oversees the daily operations of one or several line(s) including creating and executing daily action plans, developing production operators, and supporting the Process Lead and Maintenance Lead in improvement and sustainability of Daily Management System (DMS) elements as well as Health & Safety training. You own Daily Rhythm & Schedule (DRS) and Clean Inspect & Lubricate (CIL) processes.Individual responsibilitiesReporting to the Production Manager, the Process Lead’s mission is to be responsible for all outcomes associated with the techniques, processes and systems used in an area. Also provides support to the Asset Owner and Maintenance Lead.- Responsible for the employee performance related to the machines.- Creates and oversees the line-specific action plan- Ensure implementation of AM action plans - Develop and execute a daily action plan for the team- Develops the skills and designs the production strategies for the Operators- Responsible for the critical path in his/her area for the shutdown.- Participate in post-shutdown critique to address how the plan functioned and correct deficiencies.- Responsible for operations/maintenance ownership during shutdowns for CIL process.- Coordinate resources for potential conflicts of work.- Participate in the Line Centric Team (LCT) meetings and provide data analysis and corrective actions for the team on identified issues in his/her machines.- Defines and implements a standard process to clean, inspect, and lubricate the equipment, shares best practices with the other Asset Owners- Ensures the process is executed according to defined standards and continuously improves that process based on lessons learned- Trains / coaches the operators on cleaning, inspection, and lubrication activities- Support divisional and corporate objectives including health & safety, productivity, continuous improvement, innovation, quality, waste and 5S;- Validates performance over the last 24 hours and adds comments in the MES report- Validates CTI coding up time and down time coding and defines an action planExperiences and strengths• Ability to ensure accuracy and monitor quality of work while honoring commitments• Ability to assess a situation, take initiative, be proactive and propose solutions• Ability to collaborate with others, be a team member, listen and communicate effectively• Ability to plan and organize activities in order to meet organizational objectives• Ability to lead a team and effectively train/coach• Proficient use of various computer programs (SAP, 4PL, MS Office)• Must participate in required training and development.Cascades 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.Your challenge!Reporting to the Production Manager, the Asset Owner oversees the daily operations of one or several line(s) including creating and executing daily action plans, developing production operators, and supporting the Process Lead and Maintenance Lead in improvement and sustainability of Daily Management System (DMS) elements as well as Health & Safety training. You own Daily Rhythm & Schedule (DRS) and Clean Inspect & Lubricate (CIL) processes.Individual responsibilitiesReporting to the Production Manager, the Process Lead’s mission is to be responsible for all outcomes associated with the techniques, processes and systems used in an area. Also provides support to the Asset Owner and Maintenance Lead.- Responsible for the employee performance related to the machines.- Creates and oversees the line-specific action plan- Ensure implementation of AM action plans - Develop and execute a daily action plan for the team- Develops the skills and designs the production strategies for the Operators- Responsible for the critical path in his/her area for the shutdown.- Participate in post-shutdown critique to address how the plan functioned and correct deficiencies.- Responsible for operations/maintenance ownership during shutdowns for CIL process.- Coordinate resources for potential conflicts of work.- Participate in the Line Centric Team (LCT) meetings and provide data analysis and corrective actions for the team on identified issues in his/her machines.- Defines and implements a standard process to clean, inspect, and lubricate the equipment, shares best practices with the other Asset Owners- Ensures the process is executed according to defined standards and continuously improves that process based on lessons learned- Trains / coaches the operators on cleaning, inspection, and lubrication activities- Support divisional and corporate objectives including health & safety, productivity, continuous improvement, innovation, quality, waste and 5S;- Validates performance over the last 24 hours and adds comments in the MES report- Validates CTI coding up time and down time coding and defines an action planExperiences and strengths• Ability to ensure accuracy and monitor quality of work while honoring commitments• Ability to assess a situation, take initiative, be proactive and propose solutions• Ability to collaborate with others, be a team member, listen and communicate effectively• Ability to plan and organize activities in order to meet organizational objectives• Ability to lead a team and effectively train/coach• Proficient use of various computer programs (SAP, 4PL, MS Office)• Must participate in required training and development.Cascades 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. 
      • Belleville, Ontario
      • 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 Plant Manager, the Continuous Improvement Lead‘s mission is to maintain all elements of the lean production system (LPS) and promote and support continuous improvement mindset growth and methods applications in your site.Individual responsibilitiesAccountableManage continuous improvement (CI) levers and pillars within the plantSupport and track continuous improvement projects to improve processesReduce planned downtime by reducing changeover (RCO) and cleaning time through standardizationMinimize quality issues ResponsibleEnsure that standards are adhered to across systemsSupport LCT members on processes and guidelines related to continuons improvement and operational efficiencyHelp develop overall pillar implementation and improvement plansCoach site leadership team to increase maturity of their respective pillarsMonitor progress of LPS initiatives at the plant and with other unitsExperiences and strengthsExperience leading and coaching teamsBroad, cross-functional knowledge (e.g., operations, maintenance, quality)Good analytical and problem-solving skillsAbility to deal with ambiguous and complex situationsLeadership and expertise in promoting buy-in to proposed solutionsEffective communication skillsStrong organizational and ability to set prioritiesExperience and understanding of Lean Maufacturing principles and operating methodsStrong interpersonal skills; ability to work well and communicate with othersCore competencies defined for this jobPlanning and organizingChange managementRigourCoachingContinuous improvementImpact and influenceCascades 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.Your challenge!Reporting to the Plant Manager, the Continuous Improvement Lead‘s mission is to maintain all elements of the lean production system (LPS) and promote and support continuous improvement mindset growth and methods applications in your site.Individual responsibilitiesAccountableManage continuous improvement (CI) levers and pillars within the plantSupport and track continuous improvement projects to improve processesReduce planned downtime by reducing changeover (RCO) and cleaning time through standardizationMinimize quality issues ResponsibleEnsure that standards are adhered to across systemsSupport LCT members on processes and guidelines related to continuons improvement and operational efficiencyHelp develop overall pillar implementation and improvement plansCoach site leadership team to increase maturity of their respective pillarsMonitor progress of LPS initiatives at the plant and with other unitsExperiences and strengthsExperience leading and coaching teamsBroad, cross-functional knowledge (e.g., operations, maintenance, quality)Good analytical and problem-solving skillsAbility to deal with ambiguous and complex situationsLeadership and expertise in promoting buy-in to proposed solutionsEffective communication skillsStrong organizational and ability to set prioritiesExperience and understanding of Lean Maufacturing principles and operating methodsStrong interpersonal skills; ability to work well and communicate with othersCore competencies defined for this jobPlanning and organizingChange managementRigourCoachingContinuous improvementImpact and influenceCascades 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. 
      • Belleville, Ontario
      • 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 Production Manager , the Process Lead is responsible for all outcomes related to the techniques, processes, and systems in an area and supports the Asset Owner and Maintenance Lead, owning processes for Centerlines (CL) and Rapid Changeovers (RCO).Individual responsibilities- Define standard processes and tools to handle defects (DH) and ensures that processes are executed properly - Identify and implement technical operations opportunities- Track breakdowns, assess root causes, and implement countermeasures- Define, establish, and uphold standard processes and tools to manage centerlines- Support the team in the implementation and continuous improvement of their respective Daily Management System (DMS) elements- Ensure the processes are optimized and executed according to defined standards - Develop and implement operation strategies and key performance indicators- Continuously improves processes to maximize the full utilization of machines - Coach team/train members in best practices in terms of equipment and procedures- Collect and analyzes data to determine opportunities- Collaborate with other Process Leads to share best practices for standardized processes- When variances are detected, create and execute action plan to mitigate impact.- Participate in the Line Centric Team (LCT) meetings and provide data analysis and corrective actions for the team on identified issues in his/her line.- Support divisional and corporate objectives including health & safety, productivity, continuous improvement, innovation, quality, waste and 5S;Experiences and strengths• Ability to ensure accuracy and monitor quality of work while honoring commitments• Ability to assess a situation, take initiative, be proactive and propose solutions• Ability to collaborate with others, be a team member, listen and communicate effectively• Ability to plan and organize activities in order to meet organizational objectives• Proficient use of various computer programs (SAP, 4PL, MS Office)• Must participate in required training and development.Core competencies defined for this jobPlanning and organizingAdvisory role*Health and safetyCoachingAutonomyContinuous improvementCascades 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.Your challenge!Reporting to the Production Manager , the Process Lead is responsible for all outcomes related to the techniques, processes, and systems in an area and supports the Asset Owner and Maintenance Lead, owning processes for Centerlines (CL) and Rapid Changeovers (RCO).Individual responsibilities- Define standard processes and tools to handle defects (DH) and ensures that processes are executed properly - Identify and implement technical operations opportunities- Track breakdowns, assess root causes, and implement countermeasures- Define, establish, and uphold standard processes and tools to manage centerlines- Support the team in the implementation and continuous improvement of their respective Daily Management System (DMS) elements- Ensure the processes are optimized and executed according to defined standards - Develop and implement operation strategies and key performance indicators- Continuously improves processes to maximize the full utilization of machines - Coach team/train members in best practices in terms of equipment and procedures- Collect and analyzes data to determine opportunities- Collaborate with other Process Leads to share best practices for standardized processes- When variances are detected, create and execute action plan to mitigate impact.- Participate in the Line Centric Team (LCT) meetings and provide data analysis and corrective actions for the team on identified issues in his/her line.- Support divisional and corporate objectives including health & safety, productivity, continuous improvement, innovation, quality, waste and 5S;Experiences and strengths• Ability to ensure accuracy and monitor quality of work while honoring commitments• Ability to assess a situation, take initiative, be proactive and propose solutions• Ability to collaborate with others, be a team member, listen and communicate effectively• Ability to plan and organize activities in order to meet organizational objectives• Proficient use of various computer programs (SAP, 4PL, MS Office)• Must participate in required training and development.Core competencies defined for this jobPlanning and organizingAdvisory role*Health and safetyCoachingAutonomyContinuous improvementCascades 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. 
      • Belleville, Ontario
      • 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 Production Manager, the Process Lead’s mission is to be responsible for all outcomes associated with the techniques, processes and systems used in an area. Also provides support to the Asset Owner and Maintenance Lead.- Responsible for the employee performance related to the machines.- Creates and oversees the line-specific action plan- Ensure implementation of AM action plans - Develop and execute a daily action plan for the team- Develops the skills and designs the production strategies for the Operators- Responsible for the critical path in his/her area for the shutdown.- Participate in post-shutdown critique to address how the plan functioned and correct deficiencies.- Responsible for operations/maintenance ownership during shutdowns for CIL process.- Coordinate resources for potential conflicts of work.- Participate in the Line Centric Team (LCT) meetings and provide data analysis and corrective actions for the team on identified issues in his/her machines.- Defines and implements a standard process to clean, inspect, and lubricate the equipment, shares best practices with the other Asset Owners- Ensures the process is executed according to defined standards and continuously improves that process based on lessons learned- Trains / coaches the operators on cleaning, inspection, and lubrication activities- Support divisional and corporate objectives including health & safety, productivity, continuous improvement, innovation, quality, waste and 5S;- Validates performance over the last 24 hours and adds comments in the MES report- Validates CTI coding up time and down time coding and defines an action planCascades 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.Your challenge!Reporting to the Production Manager, the Process Lead’s mission is to be responsible for all outcomes associated with the techniques, processes and systems used in an area. Also provides support to the Asset Owner and Maintenance Lead.- Responsible for the employee performance related to the machines.- Creates and oversees the line-specific action plan- Ensure implementation of AM action plans - Develop and execute a daily action plan for the team- Develops the skills and designs the production strategies for the Operators- Responsible for the critical path in his/her area for the shutdown.- Participate in post-shutdown critique to address how the plan functioned and correct deficiencies.- Responsible for operations/maintenance ownership during shutdowns for CIL process.- Coordinate resources for potential conflicts of work.- Participate in the Line Centric Team (LCT) meetings and provide data analysis and corrective actions for the team on identified issues in his/her machines.- Defines and implements a standard process to clean, inspect, and lubricate the equipment, shares best practices with the other Asset Owners- Ensures the process is executed according to defined standards and continuously improves that process based on lessons learned- Trains / coaches the operators on cleaning, inspection, and lubrication activities- Support divisional and corporate objectives including health & safety, productivity, continuous improvement, innovation, quality, waste and 5S;- Validates performance over the last 24 hours and adds comments in the MES report- Validates CTI coding up time and down time coding and defines an action planCascades 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. 
      • Trenton, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Your Challenge!Are you a millwright looking for a great new opportunity?Do you want to work in an environment that promotes autonomy and trust?Would you like to excel in your role and work towards bigger goals?  If it does.... Keep reading! Role & ResponsibilitiesYour day could include any of the following:  •    Working in safe manner at all times•    Install, examine, replace or repair machines in a timely manner•    Perform preventative maintenance to equipment as required, including minor electrical repairs and welding•    Adhere to maintenance schedule/plan – make recommendations for optimizing schedule to meet cost, quality and service goals.•    Read and interpret drawings and electrical code specifications to determine layout of industrial electrical equipment installations•    Install, examine, replace or repair electrical wiring, receptacles, switch boxes, conduits, feeders, cable assemblies, lightning fixtures and other possible electrical components•    Maintain, repair, test and install electrical motors, hydraulic and pneumatic electrical control systems•    Use proper lockout/ tag out procedures when required, never allowing a machine to be operated without proper guarding or when the possibility of injury is evident•    Pre risk job assessments before any uncommon task Experience & Strengths•    Certified Industrial Millwright 433A•    2 years of work experience preferably in a manufacturing environment•    Exceptional mechanical aptitude and troubleshooting skills•    Energetic and enthusiastic approach with the ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary team•    Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills•    Knowledgeable of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and possesses a strong safety focus•    Proficient in Microsoft Office applications and maintenance management software•    Available and flexible to work in a fast paced environment, be self-driven to meet or exceed targets and work a flexible schedule that includes planned, unplanned and on-call shiftsWhy Work at Cascades?•    Competitive compensation -  36.26/hr with a wide range of attractive benefits and profit sharing •    Straight day shift (8am - 4:30pm)•    Call coverage  - One weekend in seven•    Boot allowance•    Dynamic mandates with great potential for professional growth•    Mentoring with experienced professionals•    The possibility of working in a large multinational company•    A workplace of the future where we build a greener world
      Your Challenge!Are you a millwright looking for a great new opportunity?Do you want to work in an environment that promotes autonomy and trust?Would you like to excel in your role and work towards bigger goals?  If it does.... Keep reading! Role & ResponsibilitiesYour day could include any of the following:  •    Working in safe manner at all times•    Install, examine, replace or repair machines in a timely manner•    Perform preventative maintenance to equipment as required, including minor electrical repairs and welding•    Adhere to maintenance schedule/plan – make recommendations for optimizing schedule to meet cost, quality and service goals.•    Read and interpret drawings and electrical code specifications to determine layout of industrial electrical equipment installations•    Install, examine, replace or repair electrical wiring, receptacles, switch boxes, conduits, feeders, cable assemblies, lightning fixtures and other possible electrical components•    Maintain, repair, test and install electrical motors, hydraulic and pneumatic electrical control systems•    Use proper lockout/ tag out procedures when required, never allowing a machine to be operated without proper guarding or when the possibility of injury is evident•    Pre risk job assessments before any uncommon task Experience & Strengths•    Certified Industrial Millwright 433A•    2 years of work experience preferably in a manufacturing environment•    Exceptional mechanical aptitude and troubleshooting skills•    Energetic and enthusiastic approach with the ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary team•    Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills•    Knowledgeable of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and possesses a strong safety focus•    Proficient in Microsoft Office applications and maintenance management software•    Available and flexible to work in a fast paced environment, be self-driven to meet or exceed targets and work a flexible schedule that includes planned, unplanned and on-call shiftsWhy Work at Cascades?•    Competitive compensation -  36.26/hr with a wide range of attractive benefits and profit sharing •    Straight day shift (8am - 4:30pm)•    Call coverage  - One weekend in seven•    Boot allowance•    Dynamic mandates with great potential for professional growth•    Mentoring with experienced professionals•    The possibility of working in a large multinational company•    A workplace of the future where we build a greener world
      • Trenton, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Your Challenge!We are currently looking for a highly motivated and dedicated individual to join our Trenton team as an Electrician, reporting to the E&I Supervisor. This is a straight day shift position, with an on call rotation shared with the other members of the E&I Team. Role & Responsibilities Reporting to the Electrical & Instrumentation Supervisor, this role is responsible for, but not limited to, the following:•    Troubleshoot, diagnose, maintain and repair industrial, electrical, and electronic control systems and other related devices•    Assist in the inspection, testing, adjusting, and evaluation of new systems and ensure they conform to company and industry standards•    Execute preventative maintenance activities including troubleshooting and repairs to all production equipment and systems in a timely manner•    Utilize the computerized maintenance management system for processing work orders, PM's and updating the equipment databases•    Provide technical support for Production and Maintenance teams•    Support divisional and corporate objectives including health & safety, Productivity, continuous improvement, innovation, quality, waste, and 5S.Qualifications •    309A or 442A Electrical Certification•    2 years of work experience preferably in a manufacturing environment•    Proven experience with Allen Bradley PLCs, Siemens/Moore DCS, AC, and DC drive systems, and some Autocad experience is preferred•    Exceptional troubleshooting and technical skills•    Energetic and enthusiastic approach with the ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary team•    Knowledgeable of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and possesses a strong safety focus•    Proficient in Microsoft Office applications and maintenance management software•    Available and flexible to work in a fast-paced environment, be self-driven to meet or exceed targets, and work a flexible schedule that includes planned, unplanned, and on-call shifts#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 CascadesBeing 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 that 90 business units located in North America and Europe. 
      Your Challenge!We are currently looking for a highly motivated and dedicated individual to join our Trenton team as an Electrician, reporting to the E&I Supervisor. This is a straight day shift position, with an on call rotation shared with the other members of the E&I Team. Role & Responsibilities Reporting to the Electrical & Instrumentation Supervisor, this role is responsible for, but not limited to, the following:•    Troubleshoot, diagnose, maintain and repair industrial, electrical, and electronic control systems and other related devices•    Assist in the inspection, testing, adjusting, and evaluation of new systems and ensure they conform to company and industry standards•    Execute preventative maintenance activities including troubleshooting and repairs to all production equipment and systems in a timely manner•    Utilize the computerized maintenance management system for processing work orders, PM's and updating the equipment databases•    Provide technical support for Production and Maintenance teams•    Support divisional and corporate objectives including health & safety, Productivity, continuous improvement, innovation, quality, waste, and 5S.Qualifications •    309A or 442A Electrical Certification•    2 years of work experience preferably in a manufacturing environment•    Proven experience with Allen Bradley PLCs, Siemens/Moore DCS, AC, and DC drive systems, and some Autocad experience is preferred•    Exceptional troubleshooting and technical skills•    Energetic and enthusiastic approach with the ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary team•    Knowledgeable of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and possesses a strong safety focus•    Proficient in Microsoft Office applications and maintenance management software•    Available and flexible to work in a fast-paced environment, be self-driven to meet or exceed targets, and work a flexible schedule that includes planned, unplanned, and on-call shifts#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 CascadesBeing 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 that 90 business units located in North America and Europe. 

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