ROLE: How you contribute to Tembec
Provide mechanical maintenance engineering services Fiberline.
COMMITMENTS: What it means to work at Tembec
- Live up to Tembec’s values, principles and guidelines.
- Bring an open and cooperative attitude to your job, contributing to our positive work environment.
- Comply with all health, safety and environmental standards, as well as applicable regulations and laws.
ACCOUNTABILITIES: What Tembec expects you to do
- Promote and provide a safe workplace, seek improvements, and support H&S program.
- Support tradesmen and other staff by providing advice or guidance when requested.
- Maintain a communications program to keep all employees informed.
- Support compliance with collective agreement and sound union/management/employee relations.
- Report to Superintendent – Mechanical (Fiberline).
- Identify, develop and support or manage the implementation of Repair Project Authorization projects.
- Troubleshoot repetitive problem with the Mechanical Supervisors.
- Coordinate shutdown with the Maintenance Planner and the Maintenance Supervisor.
- Perform modifications, repairs and inspections of power piping, pressure vessels and safety valves in compliance with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) code.
- Monitor monthly repair project spending to support Maintenance Superintendent in meeting budget.
- Analyze current problems, potential problems and opportunities as assigned and provide recommendations.
- Identify and recommend cost reduction opportunities to the Maintenance Superintendent.
- Support the implementation of a system that meets Quality Management System (ISO 9001-2) and Environmental Management System (ISO 14001) standards.
- Keep up to date with new technology and management methods.
- Support and promote the implementation and execution of a preventative and predictive maintenance program.
- Support and relieve the maintenance supervisor as required.
REQUIREMENTS: What you bring to our workplace
- Education: University degree in Engineering.
- Experience: 3 years in a related field.
- Computer skills: Microsoft Windows (MS Excel, MS Word).
- Bilingual: French mandatory, English would be an asset.
- Eligible to become a member of Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec or Ontario Society of Professional Engineers.
SETTING & LIFESTYLE: What to expect at the site and in the region
- Tembec’s flagship Temiscaming site has 850 employees in production facilities for specialty cellulose, high-yield pulp, coated bleached board and chemicals, as well as a corporate office.
- Tembec is upgrading the Temiscaming specialty cellulose operation with one of the forest products industry’s largest investments in years, underlining our commitment to the business – and you will be a key contributor to this project.
- The town of Temiscaming has a population of 1,500 and the comprehensive shopping and services of two larger communities, North Bay, Ontario, and Ville Marie, Québec, are less than an hour’s drive away.
- The area appeals to outdoor enthusiasts, offering many recreational activities and facilities.
TEMBEC IN BRIEF
Tembec is a manufacturer of forest products – lumber, pulp, paper and specialty cellulose – and a global leader in sustainable forest management practices. Principal operations are in Canada and France. Tembec has some 3,000 employees and annual sales of approximately $1.5 billion. Tembec is listed on the TSX (TMB).
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