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      • Langley, British Columbia
      • Permanent
      Our client is a global leader in solutions and services across the packaging lifecycle, providing large and small metal, plastic, fiber and hybrid packaging worldwide to companies in industries from food, beverage, personal care and pharmaceuticals to chemicals, petrochemicals, agrochemicals and paints. They are looking for their next Plant Manager to continue the award winning production and service of their Langley, BC plant location. Bringing together the very best of its four legacy companies, our client offers its customers true sustainability at scale.AdvantagesThis leader will display strong leadership EQ and continue the legacy of people first leadership. A strong support system is in place for this leader to take this high achieving plant to the next level. ResponsibilitiesEnsures that the facility provides the highest quality products produced in the most efficient manner within budgeted costs. Implements systems to effectively manage production schedules properly supporting the business.Leads the effort and drives Lean Manufacturing tools and techniques fostering continuous improvement within the facility. Acts in a proactive fashion in regard to problem resolution.Manages profit and loss for the facility and drives Plant performance and reviews KPIs regularly (Daily, Weekly and Monthly).Leads the overall strategic planning efforts for the location which include cost reduction initiatives, capital planning and resources as well as in other areas.Manages the overall safety, quality, scheduling, production, shipping, maintenance and other administrative functions for the facility.Leads the effort in maintaining a safe, clean and efficient operation working within all company guidelines and local/state/federal regulations.Strives to improve the plant’s safety accident record year over year in creating a positive safety culture for all employees. Conducts safety walks of the facility on a weekly basis.Conducts talent reviews. Trains, develops and motivates staff in an effort to optimize the workforce. Delivers performance reviews and any feedback to the team as needed.Conducts weekly staff meetings which focus on key operative measurements.Schedules and conducts plant communication meetings for all employees.Interfaces with customers and suppliers. Visits both as necessary.Works as necessary to establish positive community relationships.Performs other duties as assigned.QualificationsBachelor or Master’s Degree in Engineering, Operations or Business ManagementMinimum of 7-10 years of experience in operations, maintenance, engineering and/or process Improvement roles including managing teams of peoplePrevious experience working in a Lean environment. Six Sigma Green or Black Belt Certification a plusProven experience and record of successes in a high speed manufacturing environment. Experience with plastic injection molding environment, and metal processing/metal forming strong preferredExperience in a commercial role with direct customer contactMinimum of 5 years of experience with process development and business process design.Experience managing to the ISO or equivalent quality standardsExperience implementing and/or managing to an Operating System (example: the Toyota Production Systems)SummaryIf you are an experienced Plant Manager with a background in injection molding production and are looking to join an award winning operation, this is the role for you. Please apply directly. Randstad 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.
      Our client is a global leader in solutions and services across the packaging lifecycle, providing large and small metal, plastic, fiber and hybrid packaging worldwide to companies in industries from food, beverage, personal care and pharmaceuticals to chemicals, petrochemicals, agrochemicals and paints. They are looking for their next Plant Manager to continue the award winning production and service of their Langley, BC plant location. Bringing together the very best of its four legacy companies, our client offers its customers true sustainability at scale.AdvantagesThis leader will display strong leadership EQ and continue the legacy of people first leadership. A strong support system is in place for this leader to take this high achieving plant to the next level. ResponsibilitiesEnsures that the facility provides the highest quality products produced in the most efficient manner within budgeted costs. Implements systems to effectively manage production schedules properly supporting the business.Leads the effort and drives Lean Manufacturing tools and techniques fostering continuous improvement within the facility. Acts in a proactive fashion in regard to problem resolution.Manages profit and loss for the facility and drives Plant performance and reviews KPIs regularly (Daily, Weekly and Monthly).Leads the overall strategic planning efforts for the location which include cost reduction initiatives, capital planning and resources as well as in other areas.Manages the overall safety, quality, scheduling, production, shipping, maintenance and other administrative functions for the facility.Leads the effort in maintaining a safe, clean and efficient operation working within all company guidelines and local/state/federal regulations.Strives to improve the plant’s safety accident record year over year in creating a positive safety culture for all employees. Conducts safety walks of the facility on a weekly basis.Conducts talent reviews. Trains, develops and motivates staff in an effort to optimize the workforce. Delivers performance reviews and any feedback to the team as needed.Conducts weekly staff meetings which focus on key operative measurements.Schedules and conducts plant communication meetings for all employees.Interfaces with customers and suppliers. Visits both as necessary.Works as necessary to establish positive community relationships.Performs other duties as assigned.QualificationsBachelor or Master’s Degree in Engineering, Operations or Business ManagementMinimum of 7-10 years of experience in operations, maintenance, engineering and/or process Improvement roles including managing teams of peoplePrevious experience working in a Lean environment. Six Sigma Green or Black Belt Certification a plusProven experience and record of successes in a high speed manufacturing environment. Experience with plastic injection molding environment, and metal processing/metal forming strong preferredExperience in a commercial role with direct customer contactMinimum of 5 years of experience with process development and business process design.Experience managing to the ISO or equivalent quality standardsExperience implementing and/or managing to an Operating System (example: the Toyota Production Systems)SummaryIf you are an experienced Plant Manager with a background in injection molding production and are looking to join an award winning operation, this is the role for you. Please apply directly. Randstad 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.
      • Port Moody, British Columbia
      • Permanent
      • $132,000 - $180,000 per year
      On behalf of our client Pacific Coast Terminals Ltd. we have been retained to oversee the recruitment process of up to two Mechanical Maintenance Foremen for their Port Moody bulk handling operation. Pacific Coast Terminals is the link between ship and shore for Western Canadian resource companies and their global markets. Trains deliver sulphur, canola, potash and ethylene glycol for shipment to ports around the world. PCT's 43-hectare (108-acre) terminal has the flexibility to load these raw products directly into ships, or to store them temporarily on site. Stored sulphur and potash are automatically sorted by type into windrow piles, while ethylene glycol and canola are held in sealed storage tanks.Advantages-Excellent hourly rate, and comprehensive benefits package.-Unionized position. Responsibilities•Responsible for the direct supervision of the Maintenance of the terminal, including the entire longshore workforce assigned to the Maintenance of equipment used in the movement of Sulphur throughout the terminal.•Ensure longshoremen are working in a safe and competent manner•Ensures the workforce under his supervision is competent and properly trained for the work they are performing.•Maintains contact with maintenance and operations personnel regarding any equipment problems.•Provides support to operations personnel when the terminal is operating.•Maintains working knowledge of all plant equipment used for operations, such as the Sulphur Rotary Dumper, Stakrake, Shiploader, mobile equipment, conveyor systems and the Potash Dumper, Stakrakes, Tank Farm systems and conveyor systems.•Prepares Accident / Incident Investigation Reports for accidents or incidents that occur with the personnel and equipment being supervised.•Maintains contact with personnel on board vessels loading at the terminal to ensure loadings proceed in accordance with proper procedures.•Maintains awareness of the terminal’s Emergency Response Procedures and Safety and Health responsibilities.•Maintains awareness of the Company Environmental Policy and ensures the policy is followed at all times.•Initiates discipline procedures for workers not performing to specified standards, or not working as directed.•Participates in any and all tasks requested to assist the Company in the operation of the Company, within the scope of the Collective Agreement.•Maximize productivity of operationsQualifications•The successful candidate(s) will possess a mechanical maintenance background with solid academic credentials, such as B.C. Trades Qualification Certificate (B.C.T.Q.), C.E.T. or other recognized equivalent provincial Trades or Technical Certification.•The successful candidate(s) will have experience with preventative maintenance principles and systems, and an understanding of materials handling equipment in an automated and computerized environment.•This includes the ability to read, understand, and interpret mechanical and hydraulic drawings and a familiarity with PM software applications.•As this position will also involve exposure to and work in operations, the successful candidate(s) will possess operational experience in an industrial setting. •Must be capable of demonstrating supervisory skills and have the ability to motivate and direct crews under their immediate supervision in a safe and efficient manner.•The successful candidate(s) will have a strong awareness and demonstrate proficiency with safe work practices. The candidate(s) will also demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills and have the ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with other Foremen and management. •All applicants will undergo interviews and appropriate testing to determine suitability for the position. •The successful candidate(s) will be required as a condition of employment to undergo a Company sponsored medical examination. •The position is at a bulk handling terminal which potentially operates 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, requiring applicant(s) to work shift work.SummaryIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@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.
      On behalf of our client Pacific Coast Terminals Ltd. we have been retained to oversee the recruitment process of up to two Mechanical Maintenance Foremen for their Port Moody bulk handling operation. Pacific Coast Terminals is the link between ship and shore for Western Canadian resource companies and their global markets. Trains deliver sulphur, canola, potash and ethylene glycol for shipment to ports around the world. PCT's 43-hectare (108-acre) terminal has the flexibility to load these raw products directly into ships, or to store them temporarily on site. Stored sulphur and potash are automatically sorted by type into windrow piles, while ethylene glycol and canola are held in sealed storage tanks.Advantages-Excellent hourly rate, and comprehensive benefits package.-Unionized position. Responsibilities•Responsible for the direct supervision of the Maintenance of the terminal, including the entire longshore workforce assigned to the Maintenance of equipment used in the movement of Sulphur throughout the terminal.•Ensure longshoremen are working in a safe and competent manner•Ensures the workforce under his supervision is competent and properly trained for the work they are performing.•Maintains contact with maintenance and operations personnel regarding any equipment problems.•Provides support to operations personnel when the terminal is operating.•Maintains working knowledge of all plant equipment used for operations, such as the Sulphur Rotary Dumper, Stakrake, Shiploader, mobile equipment, conveyor systems and the Potash Dumper, Stakrakes, Tank Farm systems and conveyor systems.•Prepares Accident / Incident Investigation Reports for accidents or incidents that occur with the personnel and equipment being supervised.•Maintains contact with personnel on board vessels loading at the terminal to ensure loadings proceed in accordance with proper procedures.•Maintains awareness of the terminal’s Emergency Response Procedures and Safety and Health responsibilities.•Maintains awareness of the Company Environmental Policy and ensures the policy is followed at all times.•Initiates discipline procedures for workers not performing to specified standards, or not working as directed.•Participates in any and all tasks requested to assist the Company in the operation of the Company, within the scope of the Collective Agreement.•Maximize productivity of operationsQualifications•The successful candidate(s) will possess a mechanical maintenance background with solid academic credentials, such as B.C. Trades Qualification Certificate (B.C.T.Q.), C.E.T. or other recognized equivalent provincial Trades or Technical Certification.•The successful candidate(s) will have experience with preventative maintenance principles and systems, and an understanding of materials handling equipment in an automated and computerized environment.•This includes the ability to read, understand, and interpret mechanical and hydraulic drawings and a familiarity with PM software applications.•As this position will also involve exposure to and work in operations, the successful candidate(s) will possess operational experience in an industrial setting. •Must be capable of demonstrating supervisory skills and have the ability to motivate and direct crews under their immediate supervision in a safe and efficient manner.•The successful candidate(s) will have a strong awareness and demonstrate proficiency with safe work practices. The candidate(s) will also demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills and have the ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with other Foremen and management. •All applicants will undergo interviews and appropriate testing to determine suitability for the position. •The successful candidate(s) will be required as a condition of employment to undergo a Company sponsored medical examination. •The position is at a bulk handling terminal which potentially operates 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, requiring applicant(s) to work shift work.SummaryIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@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.
      • Burnaby, British Columbia
      • Permanent
      Randstad Canada has partnered exclusively with BC Hydro on the search for a Business Group Compliance lead for their Burnaby headquarters. One of BC Hydro’s key business priorities is to ensure compliance with the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Mandatory Reliability Standards (MRS). MRS have been adopted by the BC Utilities Commission to achieve, sustain and demonstrate compliance with its obligations to support the reliability of the bulk electric system. The approximately 120 adopted Standards cover topics such as real-time operations, long term transmission system planning, protection system maintenance programs and critical infrastructure protection. BC Hydro is continuing to strengthen its internal Compliance program and is looking for highly qualified, self-driven individuals with highly developed analytical, collaboration and communications skills to contribute to this important business objective. As an MRS program expert embedded within the business groups, the Business Group Compliance Lead provides guidance, direction and education to their respective business area and maintains expertise and knowledge of the program’s methodologies, policies, and practices published by BC Hydro, the BCUC, NERC and WECC. The role is responsible for executing the accountabilities and responsibilities for the assigned MRS Operation and Planning (O&P) and/or Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Standards and Requirements (the Assigned Standards) within the respective business area by building Compliance practices, managing and administering Compliance programs, verifying andcommunicating compliance and managing investigations, mitigation plans and evidence.Advantages- Excellent compensation and benefits (including defined pension plan)- Opportunities for growth - Relocation assistance available for candidates outside of BCResponsibilitiesBuilding Compliance Practices-Developing, implementing and maintaining procedures, processes, internal controls, work instructions and reports, associated with the Assigned Standards to ensure ongoing compliance-Working collaboratively across the organization to ensure consistent practices and procedures are being adhered to related to the Assigned Standards-Assessing the training, change management and field support requirements for standards compliance-Managing and Administering Compliance Programs-Maintaining knowledge and awareness of industry practices and trends associated with Assigned Standards-Acting as technical lead for assigned MRS Standard(s) and the associated Requirements (Assigned Standards)-Assessing implications of new and revised standards, providing comments and developing estimates of cost and resource requirements to ensure ongoing compliance-Providing technical leadership for the implementation of new and revised standards-Verifying and Communicating Compliance-Participating in annual risk-based compliance assurance programs and audits-Identifying and rectifying areas of compliance risk or potential violation-Promoting a culture of compliance and encouraging self-reporting-Communicating technical issues to diverse audiences including senior leaders and executives-Leveraging and/or advocating for systems tools and support for compliance- Managing Investigations, Mitigations Plans and Evidence-Leading investigations of Incidents and potential violations-Conducting root cause analysis-Developing and implementing mitigation activities-Producing and maintaining documented evidence and compliance narratives (Reliability Standards Audit Worksheets) to demonstrate complianceQualifications-Bachelor’s degree in Engineering along with registration or eligibility for registration as a Professional Engineer with Engineers & Geoscientists BC-Minimum of 8-10 years of experience in the areas of power system asset planning, operation and control, energy utility design, operations & maintenance, cybersecurity, or operational technology-Minimum of 5 years technical leadership experience is considered highly desirable but not mandatory-Excellent written and verbal communications skills-Excellent relationship management, collaboration and interpersonal skills-Effective presentation skills, including the ability to convey complex technical issues to diverse audiences-Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of NERC Mandatory Reliability Standards and regulatory activities as well as WECC and BC Hydro reporting and compliance activities-Understanding of audit requirements including the ability to analyze compliance quality, accuracy and adequacy-Experience in program or project management-Must be able to travel to the United StatesSummaryIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.ca Nick Paraskeva, Engineering Elite 2021Team LeadRandstad engineeringnick.paraskeva@randstad.carandstad.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.
      Randstad Canada has partnered exclusively with BC Hydro on the search for a Business Group Compliance lead for their Burnaby headquarters. One of BC Hydro’s key business priorities is to ensure compliance with the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Mandatory Reliability Standards (MRS). MRS have been adopted by the BC Utilities Commission to achieve, sustain and demonstrate compliance with its obligations to support the reliability of the bulk electric system. The approximately 120 adopted Standards cover topics such as real-time operations, long term transmission system planning, protection system maintenance programs and critical infrastructure protection. BC Hydro is continuing to strengthen its internal Compliance program and is looking for highly qualified, self-driven individuals with highly developed analytical, collaboration and communications skills to contribute to this important business objective. As an MRS program expert embedded within the business groups, the Business Group Compliance Lead provides guidance, direction and education to their respective business area and maintains expertise and knowledge of the program’s methodologies, policies, and practices published by BC Hydro, the BCUC, NERC and WECC. The role is responsible for executing the accountabilities and responsibilities for the assigned MRS Operation and Planning (O&P) and/or Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Standards and Requirements (the Assigned Standards) within the respective business area by building Compliance practices, managing and administering Compliance programs, verifying andcommunicating compliance and managing investigations, mitigation plans and evidence.Advantages- Excellent compensation and benefits (including defined pension plan)- Opportunities for growth - Relocation assistance available for candidates outside of BCResponsibilitiesBuilding Compliance Practices-Developing, implementing and maintaining procedures, processes, internal controls, work instructions and reports, associated with the Assigned Standards to ensure ongoing compliance-Working collaboratively across the organization to ensure consistent practices and procedures are being adhered to related to the Assigned Standards-Assessing the training, change management and field support requirements for standards compliance-Managing and Administering Compliance Programs-Maintaining knowledge and awareness of industry practices and trends associated with Assigned Standards-Acting as technical lead for assigned MRS Standard(s) and the associated Requirements (Assigned Standards)-Assessing implications of new and revised standards, providing comments and developing estimates of cost and resource requirements to ensure ongoing compliance-Providing technical leadership for the implementation of new and revised standards-Verifying and Communicating Compliance-Participating in annual risk-based compliance assurance programs and audits-Identifying and rectifying areas of compliance risk or potential violation-Promoting a culture of compliance and encouraging self-reporting-Communicating technical issues to diverse audiences including senior leaders and executives-Leveraging and/or advocating for systems tools and support for compliance- Managing Investigations, Mitigations Plans and Evidence-Leading investigations of Incidents and potential violations-Conducting root cause analysis-Developing and implementing mitigation activities-Producing and maintaining documented evidence and compliance narratives (Reliability Standards Audit Worksheets) to demonstrate complianceQualifications-Bachelor’s degree in Engineering along with registration or eligibility for registration as a Professional Engineer with Engineers & Geoscientists BC-Minimum of 8-10 years of experience in the areas of power system asset planning, operation and control, energy utility design, operations & maintenance, cybersecurity, or operational technology-Minimum of 5 years technical leadership experience is considered highly desirable but not mandatory-Excellent written and verbal communications skills-Excellent relationship management, collaboration and interpersonal skills-Effective presentation skills, including the ability to convey complex technical issues to diverse audiences-Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of NERC Mandatory Reliability Standards and regulatory activities as well as WECC and BC Hydro reporting and compliance activities-Understanding of audit requirements including the ability to analyze compliance quality, accuracy and adequacy-Experience in program or project management-Must be able to travel to the United StatesSummaryIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.ca Nick Paraskeva, Engineering Elite 2021Team LeadRandstad engineeringnick.paraskeva@randstad.carandstad.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.

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