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      CASCADESFounded in 1964, Cascades produces, converts and markets packaging and tissue products that are composed mainly of recycled fibers. The Company employs 10,000 employees, who work in almost 80 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 TISSUE GROUPThe Tissue Group, a division of Cascades, is the second-largest tissue producer in Canada and the fifth-largest in North America. The Division manufactures, converts and markets a huge selection of paper products, such as hand towels, bathroom tissue, facial tissue, napkins, paper towels, wipers and dispensers for the North American away-from-home and consumer products markets. The Group has more than 2,200 employees and operates seven manufacturing plants, nine conversion plants and four plants with both manufacturing and conversion facilities.Your challenge!Reporting to the Plant Manager, and serving as an expert in maintenance and reliability, the Maintenance Manager ‘s mission is to contribute to the achievement of his or her unit's operational strategy by coordinating maintenance activities in collaboration with production. In addition, you ensure that your group's OHS objectives are met by developing and implementing the reliability program and effectively managing equipment availability. You also build a mobilized and competent team and support their initiatives to improve maintenance practices. Finally, you ensure rigorous follow-up of maintenance processes to optimize your unit's operational efficiency and performance.Individual responsibilitiesAccountableDevelop and implement your business unit’s reliability programReach your business unit’s equipment availability targetsDevelop and adhere to your business unit’s maintenance budgetsAchieve the maintenance group’s OHS performance targetsImplement operational maintenance excellence processes and monitor them rigorouslyEnsure optimal execution of operations through the attainment of occupational health and safety targetsEngage and develop all your employees ResponsibleEstablish priorities for maintenance activities and coordinate them in collaboration with productionExperiences and strengths 2- 5  years of relevant experience in a manufacturing settingLeadership and expertise in promoting buy-in to proposed solutions and rallying your team around objectivesStrong analytical and problem-solving skillsRigour and agility to handle projects based on their scope, budget and timelinesAbility to help team members develop and achieve their goalsAbility to carry out a number of projects simultaneously while respecting deadlinesAbility to support and advise business partners on occupational health and safety issuesProficiency in written and spoken French and basic knowledge of EnglishAgility needed to work with various technological toolsKnowledge of SAP software or other ERP (an asset)Core competencies defined for this jobPlanning and organizing*Health and safetyRigourCoachingTeam leadershipContinuous improvementWhy work at Cascades•    Excellent company-paid benefits•    Weekly Pay•    Working with a dedicated and passionate team of leaders•    Strong Company Culture•    Profit sharing and 401K Options•    Working for a company with a strong focus on sustainability and greener initiatives•    Huge Career Advancement OpportunitiesCascades 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.  
      CASCADESFounded in 1964, Cascades produces, converts and markets packaging and tissue products that are composed mainly of recycled fibers. The Company employs 10,000 employees, who work in almost 80 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 TISSUE GROUPThe Tissue Group, a division of Cascades, is the second-largest tissue producer in Canada and the fifth-largest in North America. The Division manufactures, converts and markets a huge selection of paper products, such as hand towels, bathroom tissue, facial tissue, napkins, paper towels, wipers and dispensers for the North American away-from-home and consumer products markets. The Group has more than 2,200 employees and operates seven manufacturing plants, nine conversion plants and four plants with both manufacturing and conversion facilities.Your challenge!Reporting to the Plant Manager, and serving as an expert in maintenance and reliability, the Maintenance Manager ‘s mission is to contribute to the achievement of his or her unit's operational strategy by coordinating maintenance activities in collaboration with production. In addition, you ensure that your group's OHS objectives are met by developing and implementing the reliability program and effectively managing equipment availability. You also build a mobilized and competent team and support their initiatives to improve maintenance practices. Finally, you ensure rigorous follow-up of maintenance processes to optimize your unit's operational efficiency and performance.Individual responsibilitiesAccountableDevelop and implement your business unit’s reliability programReach your business unit’s equipment availability targetsDevelop and adhere to your business unit’s maintenance budgetsAchieve the maintenance group’s OHS performance targetsImplement operational maintenance excellence processes and monitor them rigorouslyEnsure optimal execution of operations through the attainment of occupational health and safety targetsEngage and develop all your employees ResponsibleEstablish priorities for maintenance activities and coordinate them in collaboration with productionExperiences and strengths 2- 5  years of relevant experience in a manufacturing settingLeadership and expertise in promoting buy-in to proposed solutions and rallying your team around objectivesStrong analytical and problem-solving skillsRigour and agility to handle projects based on their scope, budget and timelinesAbility to help team members develop and achieve their goalsAbility to carry out a number of projects simultaneously while respecting deadlinesAbility to support and advise business partners on occupational health and safety issuesProficiency in written and spoken French and basic knowledge of EnglishAgility needed to work with various technological toolsKnowledge of SAP software or other ERP (an asset)Core competencies defined for this jobPlanning and organizing*Health and safetyRigourCoachingTeam leadershipContinuous improvementWhy work at Cascades•    Excellent company-paid benefits•    Weekly Pay•    Working with a dedicated and passionate team of leaders•    Strong Company Culture•    Profit sharing and 401K Options•    Working for a company with a strong focus on sustainability and greener initiatives•    Huge Career Advancement OpportunitiesCascades 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.  
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      • 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 TISSUE GROUPThe Tissue Group, a division of Cascades, is the second-largest tissue producer in Canada and the fifth-largest in North America. The Division manufactures, converts and markets a huge selection of paper products, such as hand towels, bathroom tissue, facial tissue, napkins, paper towels, wipers and dispensers for the North American away-from-home and consumer products markets. The Group has more than 2,200 employees and operates seven manufacturing plants, nine conversion plants and four plants with both manufacturing and conversion facilities.Your challenge!Reporting to the Production Manager, the Maintenance Lead is responsable for all outcomes associated with the maintenance of their area. You ensure communication between operations and maintenance, set proper priorities for maintenance activities and manages defects/failures. You also provide support to the Asset Owner and Process Lead.Individual responsibilitiesAccountableDefine standard processes and tools to handle defects (DH) and ensure that processes are executed properly to improve equipment reliability and performanceDefine / execute on standards for Breakdown Elimination (BDE) and presents breakdown status weekly at an LCT meetingMonitor repair paths ResponsibleFollow up with operators to ensure that any defects were handled properlySupport operators in identifying and solving problems that caused breakdownsDetermine planned maintenance needs and prioritize / schedule the process for conducting planned maintenanceShare best practices with other Maintenance LeadsEnsure constant communication with the maintenance department to establish area prioritiesContinuously improve established maintenance processes including Defect Handling and Breakdown EliminationTrain and coach operators to handle different aspects of maintenance including DH and BDEReduced negative impact of maintenance needs and machine reliabilityExperiences and strengthsExperience leading and coaching teamsKnowledge of maintenance processesGood analytical and problem-solving skillsAbility to overcome ambiguous and complex situationsStrong organizational and ability to set prioritiesExperience and understanding of Lean Manufacturing principlesStrong interpersonal skills; ability to work well and communicate with othersCore competencies defined for this jobPlanning and organizingAdvisory role*Health and safetyCoachingAutonomyContinuous improvementWhy work at Cascades•    Excellent company-paid benefits•    Weekly Pay•    Working with a dedicated and passionate team of leaders•    Strong Company Culture•    Profit sharing and 401K Options•    Working for a company with a strong focus on sustainability and greener initiatives•    Huge Career Advancement Opportunities 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 TISSUE GROUPThe Tissue Group, a division of Cascades, is the second-largest tissue producer in Canada and the fifth-largest in North America. The Division manufactures, converts and markets a huge selection of paper products, such as hand towels, bathroom tissue, facial tissue, napkins, paper towels, wipers and dispensers for the North American away-from-home and consumer products markets. The Group has more than 2,200 employees and operates seven manufacturing plants, nine conversion plants and four plants with both manufacturing and conversion facilities.Your challenge!Reporting to the Production Manager, the Maintenance Lead is responsable for all outcomes associated with the maintenance of their area. You ensure communication between operations and maintenance, set proper priorities for maintenance activities and manages defects/failures. You also provide support to the Asset Owner and Process Lead.Individual responsibilitiesAccountableDefine standard processes and tools to handle defects (DH) and ensure that processes are executed properly to improve equipment reliability and performanceDefine / execute on standards for Breakdown Elimination (BDE) and presents breakdown status weekly at an LCT meetingMonitor repair paths ResponsibleFollow up with operators to ensure that any defects were handled properlySupport operators in identifying and solving problems that caused breakdownsDetermine planned maintenance needs and prioritize / schedule the process for conducting planned maintenanceShare best practices with other Maintenance LeadsEnsure constant communication with the maintenance department to establish area prioritiesContinuously improve established maintenance processes including Defect Handling and Breakdown EliminationTrain and coach operators to handle different aspects of maintenance including DH and BDEReduced negative impact of maintenance needs and machine reliabilityExperiences and strengthsExperience leading and coaching teamsKnowledge of maintenance processesGood analytical and problem-solving skillsAbility to overcome ambiguous and complex situationsStrong organizational and ability to set prioritiesExperience and understanding of Lean Manufacturing principlesStrong interpersonal skills; ability to work well and communicate with othersCore competencies defined for this jobPlanning and organizingAdvisory role*Health and safetyCoachingAutonomyContinuous improvementWhy work at Cascades•    Excellent company-paid benefits•    Weekly Pay•    Working with a dedicated and passionate team of leaders•    Strong Company Culture•    Profit sharing and 401K Options•    Working for a company with a strong focus on sustainability and greener initiatives•    Huge Career Advancement Opportunities 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. 
      • Wagram
      • 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 TISSUE GROUPThe Tissue Group, a division of Cascades, is the second-largest tissue producer in Canada and the fifth-largest in North America. The Division manufactures, converts and markets a huge selection of paper products, such as hand towels, bathroom tissue, facial tissue, napkins, paper towels, wipers and dispensers for the North American away-from-home and consumer products markets. The Group has more than 2,200 employees and operates seven manufacturing plants, nine conversion plants and four plants with both manufacturing and conversion facilities.Your challenge! Did you just recently graduate from Engineering? Apply now!Reporting to the Production Manager , the Process Engineer 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 responsibilitiesAccountableDefine standard processes for managing centerlines (CL) and ensure that processes are executed properlyCreate and execute on standard processes for rapid changeovers (RCO)Prepare and organize grade changes ResponsibleWork with production planners to optimize production scheduleCalibrate centerlineDevelop modification request forms (DAMMES)Collects and analyzes data on quality and production variances and create an action plan to mitigate varianceShare best practices with other Process LeadsAdvise suppliers of any procedural issuesCollaborate on large / small scale projects / modifications in area including machine parts designContinuously improve standards and processes related to CL and RCOUtilize centerline to troubleshoot and ensure correct base conditionTrain and coach operators on best practices for CL and RCOExperiences and strengths Knowledge / expertise of area processes and systemsGood analytical and problem-solving skillsAbility to deal with ambiguous and complex situationsStrong organizational skills and ability to set prioritiesExperience and understanding of Lean Manufacturing principlesStrong interpersonal skills; ability to work well and communicate with othersCore 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 TISSUE GROUPThe Tissue Group, a division of Cascades, is the second-largest tissue producer in Canada and the fifth-largest in North America. The Division manufactures, converts and markets a huge selection of paper products, such as hand towels, bathroom tissue, facial tissue, napkins, paper towels, wipers and dispensers for the North American away-from-home and consumer products markets. The Group has more than 2,200 employees and operates seven manufacturing plants, nine conversion plants and four plants with both manufacturing and conversion facilities.Your challenge! Did you just recently graduate from Engineering? Apply now!Reporting to the Production Manager , the Process Engineer 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 responsibilitiesAccountableDefine standard processes for managing centerlines (CL) and ensure that processes are executed properlyCreate and execute on standard processes for rapid changeovers (RCO)Prepare and organize grade changes ResponsibleWork with production planners to optimize production scheduleCalibrate centerlineDevelop modification request forms (DAMMES)Collects and analyzes data on quality and production variances and create an action plan to mitigate varianceShare best practices with other Process LeadsAdvise suppliers of any procedural issuesCollaborate on large / small scale projects / modifications in area including machine parts designContinuously improve standards and processes related to CL and RCOUtilize centerline to troubleshoot and ensure correct base conditionTrain and coach operators on best practices for CL and RCOExperiences and strengths Knowledge / expertise of area processes and systemsGood analytical and problem-solving skillsAbility to deal with ambiguous and complex situationsStrong organizational skills and ability to set prioritiesExperience and understanding of Lean Manufacturing principlesStrong interpersonal skills; ability to work well and communicate with othersCore 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. 

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