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      • Scarborough, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Job DescriptionWe are looking for an experienced Forklift Operator(CounterBalance) to join our Scarborough Coyle division for a day shift.Job ResponsibilitiesThe Forklift Operator reports to the Shipping/Warehouse Supervisor and is responsible for:Retrieve skidsOrganize finished goods to ensure easy access and transit spaceKeep client stock in correct bays (i.e.: DSC)Remove skids not being usedTake scrap cardboard to bailerMaintenance of tow motorEnforcing and adhering to the codes of the Employee Handbook.Ensuring the plant environment is kept tidy and safe.Ensuring the company complies with all Federal, Provincial and Municipal Laws in all actions carried out by the Forklift Driver.Why CascadesCompetitive wages, start at 19.33/hrStraight day shift(6am-2pm)Great benefits package including health, dental & RRSP match Profit sharing schemeDynamic mandates with great potential for professional growthMentoring with experienced professionalsThe possibility of working in a large multinationalCompetitive compensation as well as a wide range of attractive benefitsA workplace of the future where we build a greener worldQualifications1-2 years of experience operating forklift( Counter-Balance - propane) ideally in a manufacturing environmentForklift operator certificate/licenseHigh School Diploma or Equivalent preferred#revealyourpotentialCascades 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.
      Job DescriptionWe are looking for an experienced Forklift Operator(CounterBalance) to join our Scarborough Coyle division for a day shift.Job ResponsibilitiesThe Forklift Operator reports to the Shipping/Warehouse Supervisor and is responsible for:Retrieve skidsOrganize finished goods to ensure easy access and transit spaceKeep client stock in correct bays (i.e.: DSC)Remove skids not being usedTake scrap cardboard to bailerMaintenance of tow motorEnforcing and adhering to the codes of the Employee Handbook.Ensuring the plant environment is kept tidy and safe.Ensuring the company complies with all Federal, Provincial and Municipal Laws in all actions carried out by the Forklift Driver.Why CascadesCompetitive wages, start at 19.33/hrStraight day shift(6am-2pm)Great benefits package including health, dental & RRSP match Profit sharing schemeDynamic mandates with great potential for professional growthMentoring with experienced professionalsThe possibility of working in a large multinationalCompetitive compensation as well as a wide range of attractive benefitsA workplace of the future where we build a greener worldQualifications1-2 years of experience operating forklift( Counter-Balance - propane) ideally in a manufacturing environmentForklift operator certificate/licenseHigh School Diploma or Equivalent preferred#revealyourpotentialCascades 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.
      • Scarborough, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Your challenge!This is a succession role with the opportunity to learn from two managerial positions; the Regional Transportation Manager and the Regional Dispatch Manager. Reporting to the Director of Transportation, the Regional Manager's mission is to support the implementation of his or her business unit's operational strategy by managing the company's transportation and targeting action priorities to improve service performance. You manage the financial, human and material resources required for the Transportation department and maintain a partnership with customers and teams from other functions of the business while embracing the company’s core values. Finally, you support the operational process improvement initiatives raised by your team in order to ensure the value-added service offered to suppliers and customers as well as the safety of staff members. Job Responsibilities Provide direction and support within all operating areas of the departmentOversee all functions of dispatch within Eastern Canada (Responsible for route optimization)Assist both Regional Managers with daily operations Monitor all transportation related functions and activities to ensure compliance with established laws, codes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures.Communicate with the Regional Managers as required on all aspects of operations and personnel issuesWork closely with Transport Supervisors and Dispatchers to ensure productivity levels are being met Assist in the coordination and preparation of next day workload and where there is a holiday, execute the service plan for the holiday, and coordinating this with Business development where applicable.Comply with all Employment and Health & Safety Policies and Procedures as required.Maintain records of absenteeism and or tardiness of all department staff.Conduct performance reviews annum for all full-time employeesProvide a complete onboarding process as per Cascades standards for all positions within Transportation Responsible to ensure that all shifts in the Transportation department are covered accordingly.Ensure all vacations are scheduled and recorded as per company policy Coordinate route audits with Driver SupervisorsAttend the JHSC for Transportation as requiredSupport all aspects of the business by communicating with regional leads (Operations, Health & Safety, HR, Sourcing, Finance, Maintenance) Responsible for implementing and monitoring KPI’s within the departmentResponsible for participating in the annual budgetary processReview monthly financials to ensure budgets are met and exceeded with TransportationParticipate in the annual CAPEX processManage and oversee costs related to Transportation in Eastern CanadaResponsible for all accidents/incidents investigations and reportsLead by example and create a positive culture within the company This job description indicates the general nature and level of work, duties and responsibilities expected of the incumbent.The incumbent may be asked to perform other duties as required. The job description may be changed if needed as determined by the Company.  Required Skills and QualificationsEducation: Post-secondary education in logistics, transportation, business, etc, or equivalent relevant training and experience.  Skill/Experience: 3-5 years’ experience in a Managerial position Previous experience in the recycling, waste or related industry is an assetKnowledge of applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies and proceduresProven success in development and implementation of improvements in transportation activities for cost savings, productivity improvements and/or growthAdvanced knowledge of transport and dispatching operationsPrevious experience working within Transportation is an assetRoute optimization/re-routing experience is an assetWork Environment Normal plant/outside work environment with seasonal exposure to hot and cold temperaturesPercentage of time spent in office environment Work hours will vary depending on client/route schedule requirementsPhysical Demands Occasional requirement to perform ride-alongs in company vehiclesSome lifting
      Your challenge!This is a succession role with the opportunity to learn from two managerial positions; the Regional Transportation Manager and the Regional Dispatch Manager. Reporting to the Director of Transportation, the Regional Manager's mission is to support the implementation of his or her business unit's operational strategy by managing the company's transportation and targeting action priorities to improve service performance. You manage the financial, human and material resources required for the Transportation department and maintain a partnership with customers and teams from other functions of the business while embracing the company’s core values. Finally, you support the operational process improvement initiatives raised by your team in order to ensure the value-added service offered to suppliers and customers as well as the safety of staff members. Job Responsibilities Provide direction and support within all operating areas of the departmentOversee all functions of dispatch within Eastern Canada (Responsible for route optimization)Assist both Regional Managers with daily operations Monitor all transportation related functions and activities to ensure compliance with established laws, codes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures.Communicate with the Regional Managers as required on all aspects of operations and personnel issuesWork closely with Transport Supervisors and Dispatchers to ensure productivity levels are being met Assist in the coordination and preparation of next day workload and where there is a holiday, execute the service plan for the holiday, and coordinating this with Business development where applicable.Comply with all Employment and Health & Safety Policies and Procedures as required.Maintain records of absenteeism and or tardiness of all department staff.Conduct performance reviews annum for all full-time employeesProvide a complete onboarding process as per Cascades standards for all positions within Transportation Responsible to ensure that all shifts in the Transportation department are covered accordingly.Ensure all vacations are scheduled and recorded as per company policy Coordinate route audits with Driver SupervisorsAttend the JHSC for Transportation as requiredSupport all aspects of the business by communicating with regional leads (Operations, Health & Safety, HR, Sourcing, Finance, Maintenance) Responsible for implementing and monitoring KPI’s within the departmentResponsible for participating in the annual budgetary processReview monthly financials to ensure budgets are met and exceeded with TransportationParticipate in the annual CAPEX processManage and oversee costs related to Transportation in Eastern CanadaResponsible for all accidents/incidents investigations and reportsLead by example and create a positive culture within the company This job description indicates the general nature and level of work, duties and responsibilities expected of the incumbent.The incumbent may be asked to perform other duties as required. The job description may be changed if needed as determined by the Company.  Required Skills and QualificationsEducation: Post-secondary education in logistics, transportation, business, etc, or equivalent relevant training and experience.  Skill/Experience: 3-5 years’ experience in a Managerial position Previous experience in the recycling, waste or related industry is an assetKnowledge of applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies and proceduresProven success in development and implementation of improvements in transportation activities for cost savings, productivity improvements and/or growthAdvanced knowledge of transport and dispatching operationsPrevious experience working within Transportation is an assetRoute optimization/re-routing experience is an assetWork Environment Normal plant/outside work environment with seasonal exposure to hot and cold temperaturesPercentage of time spent in office environment Work hours will vary depending on client/route schedule requirementsPhysical Demands Occasional requirement to perform ride-alongs in company vehiclesSome lifting
      • Scarborough, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Position Summary! This position will cover all South Western Ontario and Ottawa dispatcher positions as required and as directed by the Dispatch Manager.Training will be provided for all dispatch positions by the assigned dispatcher managing their lines of business and the employee will be available for training and follow training plan provided and as instructed by the Dispatch Manager or their succession candidates. When not covering a dispatch vacation schedule the position will:Continue training on all dispatch duties.Assist in co-ordination and preparation of next days work load during regular weeks and where holidays occur.Provide support within all operating areas of the dispatch department.Dispatcher shifts this position will cover will include but not limited to: Day shifts 6am to 2pm, 7:30am to 3:30pm, 8am to 4pm or as directed by the Dispatch Manager. Afternoon / evening shifts from 4pm to 12 midnight and might have variances from time to time and as directed by the Dispatch Manager.Weekend shifts will cover Friday evenings from 4pm to to 8pm to prepare all paper work for all drivers for South Western Ontario for that Friday night shift routes, and for all routes going into Saturday, Sunday and Monday.Saturday and Sunday shift coverage will be from 6am to 6pm and manned at 45 Thornmount Drive Scale house, and to include scale operator duties, and from 6pm to 10 pm Saturday and Sunday off site overseeing dispatch duties and drivers on the road.This position will be a work from home when fully trained.    This position will coordinate, in the most cost effective and efficient manner, the daily activities of our internal fleet of vehicles as well as direct the activities of outbound deliveries. The Dispatcher will work collectively with the Dispatch Manager to facilitate and ensure our highest level of service to all of our customers.The above mentioned position and their duties are subject change from time to time as required and as directed by the Dispatch Manager and or their succession candidates.  Individual responsibilities Will be required to dispatch drivers to specific vehicles and routes as required on a daily basis.Assign jobs to specific vehicles, organizing those vehicle runs in an efficient and cost effective manner, utilizing available drivers and equipment.Change route calls, jobs and or schedules as necessary (pick up needed ASAP, vehicle breakdown, etc.), while maintaining efficiency.Co-ordinate loading/unloading of trucks with plant staff as required.Inform plant (s) of changes in inbound and outbound loads as required.Respond to emails and phone calls promptly and professionally at all times.Discuss productivity issues with Dispatch Manager (drivers, call scheduling, etc.) Track location of all company fleet units as required.Monitor all driver KPI’S in place for each line of business.Monitor daily time in motion on all vehicles.Monitor drivers weekly work hours.Maintain, update and email daily pushed calls report.Communicate with sales staff regarding customer service requests, complaints and service interruptions.Deal with day to day driver issues as they may arise (delays, accidents/incidents breakdowns etc.)To maintain effective and professional communication between all departments and drivers at all times.Inform Transportation Supervisor of driver and/or equipment problems (including trucks, trailers, containers, off site equipment etc.).This job description indicates the general nature and level of work, duties and responsibilities expected of the incumbent.  The incumbent may be asked to perform other Qualifications Bachelors degree!Experiences and strengths Preferably 3 years industry experience.Must be bilingual - English and French.Ability to communicate professionally over the radio, phone and email.Strong verbal and written communication skills.Ability to work well with others as well as independently.Dependable attendance.Positive “Team” attitude. High School level or better math skills.Strong organizational skills.Self–motivated problem solver.At least 3 years experience with computers.  Must be computer literate in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook as well as an aptitude for custom programming. (TRUX)
      Position Summary! This position will cover all South Western Ontario and Ottawa dispatcher positions as required and as directed by the Dispatch Manager.Training will be provided for all dispatch positions by the assigned dispatcher managing their lines of business and the employee will be available for training and follow training plan provided and as instructed by the Dispatch Manager or their succession candidates. When not covering a dispatch vacation schedule the position will:Continue training on all dispatch duties.Assist in co-ordination and preparation of next days work load during regular weeks and where holidays occur.Provide support within all operating areas of the dispatch department.Dispatcher shifts this position will cover will include but not limited to: Day shifts 6am to 2pm, 7:30am to 3:30pm, 8am to 4pm or as directed by the Dispatch Manager. Afternoon / evening shifts from 4pm to 12 midnight and might have variances from time to time and as directed by the Dispatch Manager.Weekend shifts will cover Friday evenings from 4pm to to 8pm to prepare all paper work for all drivers for South Western Ontario for that Friday night shift routes, and for all routes going into Saturday, Sunday and Monday.Saturday and Sunday shift coverage will be from 6am to 6pm and manned at 45 Thornmount Drive Scale house, and to include scale operator duties, and from 6pm to 10 pm Saturday and Sunday off site overseeing dispatch duties and drivers on the road.This position will be a work from home when fully trained.    This position will coordinate, in the most cost effective and efficient manner, the daily activities of our internal fleet of vehicles as well as direct the activities of outbound deliveries. The Dispatcher will work collectively with the Dispatch Manager to facilitate and ensure our highest level of service to all of our customers.The above mentioned position and their duties are subject change from time to time as required and as directed by the Dispatch Manager and or their succession candidates.  Individual responsibilities Will be required to dispatch drivers to specific vehicles and routes as required on a daily basis.Assign jobs to specific vehicles, organizing those vehicle runs in an efficient and cost effective manner, utilizing available drivers and equipment.Change route calls, jobs and or schedules as necessary (pick up needed ASAP, vehicle breakdown, etc.), while maintaining efficiency.Co-ordinate loading/unloading of trucks with plant staff as required.Inform plant (s) of changes in inbound and outbound loads as required.Respond to emails and phone calls promptly and professionally at all times.Discuss productivity issues with Dispatch Manager (drivers, call scheduling, etc.) Track location of all company fleet units as required.Monitor all driver KPI’S in place for each line of business.Monitor daily time in motion on all vehicles.Monitor drivers weekly work hours.Maintain, update and email daily pushed calls report.Communicate with sales staff regarding customer service requests, complaints and service interruptions.Deal with day to day driver issues as they may arise (delays, accidents/incidents breakdowns etc.)To maintain effective and professional communication between all departments and drivers at all times.Inform Transportation Supervisor of driver and/or equipment problems (including trucks, trailers, containers, off site equipment etc.).This job description indicates the general nature and level of work, duties and responsibilities expected of the incumbent.  The incumbent may be asked to perform other Qualifications Bachelors degree!Experiences and strengths Preferably 3 years industry experience.Must be bilingual - English and French.Ability to communicate professionally over the radio, phone and email.Strong verbal and written communication skills.Ability to work well with others as well as independently.Dependable attendance.Positive “Team” attitude. High School level or better math skills.Strong organizational skills.Self–motivated problem solver.At least 3 years experience with computers.  Must be computer literate in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook as well as an aptitude for custom programming. (TRUX)
      • Scarborough, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Job Description Reporting to the Logistics Supervisor, this position is responsible for transporting goods to and from Customers in a safe and efficient manner.  Job ResponsibilitiesThe successful candidate will be responsible for the followingOperate a tractor-trailer as directed that transports between our facility and multiple destinations;Prepare, receive and provide appropriate documentation for the delivery and/or pick-up of goods to ensure timely service;Load, secure, unload and deliver cargo in accordance with Customer needs and Company policies;Maintain satellite or telephone contact with the Logistics Team to receive delivery/pick up instructions or notices of changes in route or schedule to meet customer needs;Maintains a Drivers Daily Log and cargo control in accordance with Federal and Provincial regulations and company needs;Responsible for daily inspection of vehicle, ensuring proper function of all safety related features of the vehicle at all times; Refueling as needed;Ensures compliance with set policies and procedures within ISOOther duties as requested by the Logistics Supervisor QualificationsValid AZ license and CVOR in good standing;Comfortable with steady night shift(10pm -6am)Minimum three years driving experience;Strong understanding of Health & Safety Rules and Regulations; Knowledge of Ministry of Transportation Ontario regulations;Ability to prioritize many tasks and execute results, which will promote customer satisfaction;Ability to deal with conflict, stress and time constraints in an efficient, professional, courteous manner;Strong oral and written communication skills; Experience with transport satellite communication systems#revealyourpotential #LifeAtCascadesCascades believes in the success of an inclusive organization that values diversity within its team. All qualified candidates will be considered for this position in a fair manner. Use of the masculine in our communications refers equally to both women and men.About CascadesTo be part of Cascades is to reveal the full potential of materials, people and ideas. We are source of possibilities.Since 1964, we have been providing sustainable, innovative and value-creating solutions in packaging, hygiene and recovery.Join 12,000 women and men working in a network of more than 90 operating units located in North America and Europe. 
      Job Description Reporting to the Logistics Supervisor, this position is responsible for transporting goods to and from Customers in a safe and efficient manner.  Job ResponsibilitiesThe successful candidate will be responsible for the followingOperate a tractor-trailer as directed that transports between our facility and multiple destinations;Prepare, receive and provide appropriate documentation for the delivery and/or pick-up of goods to ensure timely service;Load, secure, unload and deliver cargo in accordance with Customer needs and Company policies;Maintain satellite or telephone contact with the Logistics Team to receive delivery/pick up instructions or notices of changes in route or schedule to meet customer needs;Maintains a Drivers Daily Log and cargo control in accordance with Federal and Provincial regulations and company needs;Responsible for daily inspection of vehicle, ensuring proper function of all safety related features of the vehicle at all times; Refueling as needed;Ensures compliance with set policies and procedures within ISOOther duties as requested by the Logistics Supervisor QualificationsValid AZ license and CVOR in good standing;Comfortable with steady night shift(10pm -6am)Minimum three years driving experience;Strong understanding of Health & Safety Rules and Regulations; Knowledge of Ministry of Transportation Ontario regulations;Ability to prioritize many tasks and execute results, which will promote customer satisfaction;Ability to deal with conflict, stress and time constraints in an efficient, professional, courteous manner;Strong oral and written communication skills; Experience with transport satellite communication systems#revealyourpotential #LifeAtCascadesCascades believes in the success of an inclusive organization that values diversity within its team. All qualified candidates will be considered for this position in a fair manner. Use of the masculine in our communications refers equally to both women and men.About CascadesTo be part of Cascades is to reveal the full potential of materials, people and ideas. We are source of possibilities.Since 1964, we have been providing sustainable, innovative and value-creating solutions in packaging, hygiene and recovery.Join 12,000 women and men working in a network of more than 90 operating units located in North America and Europe. 

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