Current Opportunities

Norbord recognizes that its strength is its people and we are always interested in hearing from talented individuals with experience in our industry. If an employment opportunity is not currently listed in your career field, we would still like to hear from you.

Opportunities in the United States

Production Manager - Bemidji, MN

In general, plan, direct, or coordinate the work activities and resources necessary for manufacturing Oriented Strand Board (OSB) in accordance with cost, quality and quantity specifications. Supervise and direct production of OSB using materials, methods, processes and procedures as adopted by management for the safety and productivity of the plant and all employees and contractors.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Production Manager is responsible for the leadership, operation and staffing of crews for the daily production of OSB. Production Manager is responsible for ensuring safe operation of equipment, quality of OSB, achieving production targets and ensuring that operator-level maintenance is performed on all equipment at a very high standard.  To that end, these responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Review processing schedules or production orders to make decisions concerning manufacturing requirements, staffing requirements, work procedures and duty assignments, considering headcount and budgetary limitations and time constraints.
  • Direct and coordinate production and labor to gain margin improvement.
  • Develop or implement production tracking or quality control systems, analyze production, quality control, or other operational reports to detect production problems.
  • Mentor assigned personnel and promote efficiency and build leadership and team skills.
  • Direct process improvements in the work area to gain efficiencies.
  • Communicate effectively with all team members and ensure miscommunications are minimized.
  • Coordinate with other senior staff members on personnel, safety, finance, maintenance and purchasing issues, looking for ways to increase and enhance all functional areas.
  • Lead by example.
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the General Manager.

QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum qualifications required to successfully perform this role. These are the qualifications that are necessary for someone to be considered for the position.  A reasonable accommodation may be allowed for some aspects of the role as determined by Human Resources.

Minimum qualifications include:

  • Demonstrated success leading a manufacturing team leading to dynamic results.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • 7 to 10 years manufacturing experience (OSB or pulp and paper industry preferred).
  • Strong mechanical and electrical knowledge and aptitude.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Advanced computer skills including MS Office software.

Specialized knowledge or skills needed:

  • Functional/Technical Skills: Has the functional and technical knowledge and skills to do the job at a high level of accomplishment.
  • Decision Quality: Makes good decisions (without considering how much time it takes) based upon a mixture of analysis, wisdom, experience and judgment; most of his/her solutions and suggestions turn out to be correct and accurate when judged over time; sought out by others for advice and solutions.
  • Process Management: Good at figuring out the processes necessary to get things done; knows how to organize people and activities; understands how to separate and combine tasks into efficient work flow; knows what to measure and how to measure it; can see opportunities for synergy and integration where others can’t; can simplify complex processes; gets more out of fewer resources.
  • Drive for Results: Can be counted on to exceed goals successfully; is constantly and consistently one of the top performers; very bottom-line oriented; steadfastly pushes self and others for results.
  • Interpersonal Savvy: Relates well to all kinds of people – up, down, and sideways, inside and outside the organization; builds appropriate rapport; builds constructive and effective relationships; uses diplomacy and tact; can defuse even high-tension situations comfortably.

WORKING CONDITIONS

The incumbent will divide their time between an office setting and operational setting which may include, hot, cold, wet and humid conditions. The incumbent may be periodically required to work extended or varied hours in order to accomplish tasks. Exposure to noise, dirt, grease, water and sawdust is common.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

This position requires a high degree of physical mobility to include repetitious climbing of stairs, navigating catwalks, working at heights up to 130 feet above the ground, crawling, bending, stooping and reaching on a daily basis. Periodic lifting up to 75 lbs. is essential.

DIRECT REPORTS

This position has many direct and indirect reports. Leadership is a key requirement for success in this role.

Position is exempt. Rate of pay is DOE.

At Norbord we offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.

Interested candidates please submit your resume to:

Email: connie.barsness@norbord.com

Mail: Norbord Minnesota Attention: Human Resources Manager
4409 Northwood Rd NW
Solway, MN 56678

We would like to thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Accounting Manager - Tupelo, MS

The Accounting Manager leads the accounting function for Norbord’s mill in Guntown MS.  This position reports directly to the General Manager of the mill and indirectly to the Director, Finance in Norbord’s corporate office located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The position of Staff Accountant reports directly to this position. This role is an integral part of the site management team.  The position offers a diverse and rewarding environment, and provides exposure to senior level decision making.

The successful candidate will:

  • Manage the accounting function in support of the mill operation by:
    • Having a technical and functional knowledge of accounting standards/regulations for publicly traded companies, with specific experience in IFRS and internal controls;
    • Setting priorities and being highly responsive to changes that require reprioritization;
    • Ensuring accurate and timely financial and statistical reporting and analysis for mill management, the Regional Vice President, and Norbord’s corporate office;
    • Preparing weekly financial performance estimates, weekly and quarterly forecasts, monthly financial statements, variance analyses, and other ad hoc analyses as required;
    • Working with mill leadership team to develop the site annual budget,
    • Supporting in the management of the product cost model;
    • Having an oversight role on purchasing and supplies management to ensure the best business decisions are being made to control working capital and manage critical equipment/spares;
    • Analyzing operational and capital costs and making suggestions for improving performance;
    • Analyzing cost-effective equipment sourcing decisions, e.g., lease versus buy decisions;
    • Managing and effectively coordinating the activities of their support staff
  • Act as a business advisor to the General Manager and the site management team by:
    • Serving as a sounding board for the GM on both financial and non-financial issues;
    • Being a lateral thinker who is acutely focused on the operations and overall business objectives, which requires thinking beyond the scope of a traditional accounting role.
  • Be a part of the team by:
    • Gaining in-depth knowledge of the mill and the many facets of OSB manufacturing in order to provide thoughtful leadership in areas such as best practices, analysis, and cost controls;
    • Understanding the overall business to enable valuable insight in mill-level decision making, margin improvement opportunities, capital plans, budgeting/forecasting, etc.;
    • Driving initiatives between the mill and corporate on various business-level continuous improvement objectives.

Principal Responsibilities

  • Actively participate in and support the management of the Guntown MS OSB facility.
  • Prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements for the OSB operation, and review with site management.
  • Prepare weekly and monthly spending and variance analysis reports compared to plan and other benchmark targets; identify expenditure trends and business improvement opportunities.
  • Provide hands-on oversight of site inventories, including month-end physical inventory counts.
  • Ensure financial records and system controls are in place and operating effectively, in compliance with IFRS and company policies.
  • Reconcile balance sheet accounts to general ledger and resolve accounting discrepancies and irregularities.
  • Provide leadership in the management of working capital, including review and oversight of stores inventory management, and the optimization of payables without negatively impacting operations.
  • Help drive the focus on continuous improvement and the sharing of best practices by developing KPIs and analyses that identify opportunity areas; assist in reporting the results of these initiatives.
  • Support mill management in fixed asset management by: evaluating financial benefits and payback of capital projects; quantifying expected savings or returns on investment; preparing accurate monthly capital asset continuity schedules including depreciation calculations; and, post- completion project audits.
  • Prepare and manage the weekly and monthly forecasting, and the annual budgeting activity for the site.
  • Prepare for, manage, and support the site audits – internal and external.
  • Actively participate in finance group projects, assuming the role of project leader at the site.

Key Competencies

  • Strong work ethic and sound judgment
  • High attention to detail and accuracy
  • Dynamic and confident personality
  • Strong communication skills
  • Problem identification, analysis, and solution skills
  • Embraces teamwork
  • Ability to multitask through planning and organizing
  • Flexibility and ability to embrace change

 Basic Qualifications

  • A minimum of five (5) years of relevant management experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Experience with full cycle accounting, cost accounting, and financial analysis
  • Completed accounting designation (CPA, CMA, CGA, or CA)
  • Familiarity with IFRS
  • Experience with computerized accounting systems, including advanced knowledge of Excel

 

For consideration Apply on-line at https://norbord.applicantstack.com/x/apply/a2mek5psec56

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Safety Manager - Nacogdoches, TX

Job purpose

In general, the Safety Manager plans, directs, and coordinates the safety of personnel in our oriented strand board mill.  Duties and responsibilities include all aspects of safety and health, including evaluating site processes and equipment to determine controls needed to keep workers safe.  The Safety Manager is responsible for ensuring that workers understand safe work procedures and are competent to safely carry out their assigned duties.

Duties and Responsibilities

Safety Manager is responsible for ensuring that the workplace is monitored and is fully in compliance with all applicable OSHA standards, rules and regulations in order to maintain safety in a manufacturing facility. To that end, these responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Responsible for directing and coordinating safety-related activities.

  • Use labels, signs, posters, floor marking, and color coding to warn employees about potential hazards.
  • Ensure that Safety Standard Operating Procedures (SSOPs) are maintained, and communicated to employees.
  • Review and assist with safety measure introduction, which may include engineering controls, such as barriers or ventilation, personal protective gear or special procedures.
  • Participate in workplace safety and health planning meetings.
  • Ensure managers and supervisors have the appropriate safety and health, accident prevention, and investigation training.
  • Administer corporate or site policies and procedures designed to promote worker health and safety as well as ensures compliance with applicable regulations.
  • Work with the organization’s management team to evaluate and to enforce policy conformance.
  • Develop measures and practices that prevent accidents and ensure compliance with OSHA standards.
  • Routinely monitor the workplace for hazardous safety and health conditions.
  • Ensure safety and health hazards are corrected, eliminated or guarded.
  • Assess engineering controls, administrative controls, and PPE on an ongoing basis.
  • Assist management with the investigation of accidents.
  • Investigate all close calls and other safety-related incidents that have occurred within the accident area.
  • Ensure the results of safety inspections are documented; monitoring the investigation of accidents and injuries; ensuring that corrective actions are taken; and providing recommendations for ways to prevent similar accidents.
  • Ensure that all accident reports are recorded in a timely, complete, and accurate manner.
  • Communicate with people outside the organization, representing the organization to customers, the public, and other external sources. This information may be exchanged in person, in writing, or by telephone or e-mail.
  • Position requires being honest and ethical in business dealings.
  • Communicate effectively with all team members and ensure miscommunications are minimized.
  • Coordinate with other senior staff members on personnel, safety, finance, and other issues, looking for ways to increase and enhance all functional areas.
  • Lead by example.
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the General Manager.

Qualifications

Minimum qualifications required to successfully perform this role. These are the qualifications that are necessary for someone to be considered for the position.  A reasonable accommodation may be allowed for some aspects of the role as determined by Human Resources.

Minimum qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a safety discipline with 5+ years manufacturing experience OR 10 years of manufacturing management experience; or equivalent combination of training and experience.
  • Managerial/Supervisory experience (preferably in safety).
  • Thorough knowledge of safety concepts and application.
  • Leadership — ability to lead, take charge, and offer opinions and direction.
  • Engaging others — ability to set and achieve goals through others.
  • Innovation — demonstrates creativity and alternative thinking to develop new ideas for and answers to work-related problems.

Specialized knowledge or skills needed:

  • Knowledge of best practices, principles and methods to achieve a sustained, safe manufacturing environment.
  • Leading and setting the example with safety.
  • Develop constructive and cooperative working relationships and maintain them over time.
  • Analyze data to make informed decisions.

Working conditions

Role requires a person to work in working conditions such as heat, cold, snow, rain, ice, frost, humidity, severe storms and so forth. Special working conditions may include regular evening and weekend work, shift work, working outdoors, working as a team regardless of challenge, and so forth.  Exposure to noise, dirt, grease, water and sawdust is common.

Physical requirements

Physical ability to perform the essential job functions of the position, which includes climbing stairs, navigating catwalks, working at heights up to 30 feet above the ground, lifting up to 50 pounds (from floor to shoulder height), stooping, and bending, carrying up to 30 pounds at least 40 feet.

Direct reports

This position may have a direct report. Leadership is a key requirement for success in this role.

Possible direct reports: occupational health nurse or other

Compensation and Applying

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Norbord offers a great benefit package. Details will be provided to candidates under consideration.

We are an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran.

Except where prohibited by state law, all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a drug test.

Check out this Safety Manager – Manufacturing – GREAT LOCATION IN TEXAS! job opening at:

https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/7fd5af2c?source=share-email

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Technical Manager - Huguley, AL

Reporting to the General Manager, the Technical Manager oversees a technical team responsible for product recipes, recipe modification for new products/markets and research and development to ensure product quality and cost effectiveness. This position is responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing product optimization, in addition to reporting data analysis and internal research and development. The successful candidate will also maintain the Mill Quality Assurance program with the APA. Other duties include but are not restricted to; conducting warehouse quality control inspections, providing training to all lab process technicians in SOP’s including validation of procedures, leading new product development, process optimization and preparation of all reports required.

Preference will be given to candidates that possess a post-secondary education, such as a Technical Diploma, Wood Science Degree, or a Chemical Engineer, P Eng and/or related technical experience in a similar type role. We are open to considering candidates with relevant education and/or experience for career development in this role. Excellent computer and math (SPC) skills, with strong interpersonal and communication skills, are essential.

At Norbord we offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.

Interested candidates should send their letter of application and current resume to:

Email: jon.anderson@norbord.com

Mail:     Norbord Alabama
Attention: Human Resources Manager
4400 Barton Industrial Blvd.
Lanett, Al 36863

We would like to thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Electronics Control Technician - Jefferson, TX

Jefferson TX OSB has an opportunity for an Electronics Control Technician.   This position will provide skilled technical and engineering support to repair, maintenance, programming and refurbishment of mill electrical system and automation projects. The position will assist in the management of projects, coordination of work, and execution of work related to electrical maintenance, electrical engineering and automation.  The major emphasis is on analyzing and solving complex technical problems and identifying opportunities to continually improve the uptime, reliability, and performance of equipment.  Responsible for project and maintenance reliability of EIC systems within an industrial environment manufacturing engineered wood particle board.

Responsibilities

  • Work cross-functionally with other departments and across other engineering disciplines to design and detail industrial processes, motor controls, instrumentation, and power systems that meet business requirements
  • Ensure that control hardware and software, installation, PLC/HMI programming, and operational requirements meet specifications, codes, and end-user expectations
  • Design, specify, start, validate, monitor, and troubleshoot EIC systems including Sensor Specification and performance, PLC logic, electrical drives and motor controls
  • Program, troubleshoot, and configure Allen Bradley (Rockwell) PLC/HMI control systems
  • Detail control strategy for process areas, communicate, educate, and train technicians and managers on processes, equipment, and standards
  • Problem-solve process engineering issues and/or design issues by applying controls theory and engineering principles

Requirements

  • AA degree in Electronics Controls (or similar) required
  • Minimum of 5+ years of experience developing motor controls programming for PLC controls and electrical drives
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills required
  • Demonstrated problem solving ability with root cause analysis required
  • Experience in a heavy industrial manufacturing environment is a plus
  • Implement design changes on programmable controller and microprocessor based process control equipment
  • Read and interpret electrical schematics and drawings
  • Have strong working knowledge of and familiarity with 480VAC, 3 phase motor control circuits,  Powerflex 700 and 7000 drives
  • Troubleshoot and program in RsLogix 5000, RsLogix 500, and PLC 5
  • Work with Rockwell RsView 32 is a plus

Position is non-exempt.   Rate of pay is DOE.
Apply online at: JeffHR@norbord.com and we’ll contact you if you meet our qualifications.  We support diversity.

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Opportunities in Canada

Production Supervisor - 100 Mile House, BC

Reporting to the Production Manager, the Production Supervisor is responsible for managing a production team in a manner that emphasizes safety and efficiency within a busy team environment. At Norbord we live health and safety aboveboard without compromise, as the successful candidate you will be responsible for ensuring your team believes safety is a value. Other responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Responsible for leading and demonstrating the importance of safety to all team members, communicating to team members that compliance to all safety practices are mandatory, non-compliance will not be tolerated.
  • Safe and efficient day to day operations of the mill during 12 hour shifts.
  • Ensures team members are at their operating stations on time and operating equipment to company standards. Responsible for the security of the plant and all equipment during normal working hours.
  • Responsible for housekeeping during shift hours and making rounds on a regular basis.
  • Assists the process technicians in maintaining board quality from the stranders to the finishing end.
  • Reviews all finished products in the warehouse and ensures it is up to company standards.
  • Maintains full communication with the mill at all times through radio and log books.
  • Keeps accurate records of time books, log books, production reports, downtime and equipment breakdown. Makes necessary reports in a timely manner.
  • Ensures all team members are aware of the location of fire equipment and is familiar with the proper fire fighting procedures to fight various types of fires.
  • Ensures all new employees are trained in the safe operation of plant equipment based on company standards.
  • Responsible for ensuring that company and WCB rules and guidelines are adhered to, and provides direction and discipline if required.

As the ideal candidate, you have a minimum of 5 years of recent work experience in the forest industry, preferably within an oriented strand board mill. Advanced communication skills (both verbal and written) are a requirement. A dedication to a professional team environment with an emphasis on safety is essential.

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume to:

Email: jennifer.bono@norbord.com

Mail: Norbord Inc.
P.O. 49307
453-595 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC
V7X 1L3

We would like to thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Mechanical Supervisor - 100 Mile House, BC

Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the Mechanical Supervisor is a front-line leadership position responsible for managing labour requirements and maintenance (preventive, predictive and unscheduled) of all mill equipment and machinery.  This position leads maintenance teams with a strong emphasis on safety, quality and efficiency.  The Mechanical Supervisor relies on leadership abilities, in conjunction with a continuous improvement/preventive maintenance mindset in order to support and promote excellence as established in the company vision, mission and values.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Planning work priorities for both day shift and shift tradesmen in conjunction with the production work teams.
  • The ability to facilitate the development, implementation and continuous improvement of our Standard Operating Procedures by educating, training, monitoring and proactively coaching team members.
  • Participating in the development of the department budget and long-term budgeting and planning.
  • Identifying potential causes of accidents, completing safety/housekeeping inspections and resolving individual and team issues.
  • Promoting mutual collaboration with operational personnel is an important consideration of this position.

The ideal candidate will have 5+ years of manufacturing experience as a Journeyman Millwright, Electrician, HD Mechanic or Machinist, with 1-2 years of supervisory experience. Excellent working knowledge of an industrial environment and strong interpersonal and communication skills are necessary. Hydraulic knowledge and additional trade’s experience are assets. You should have a demonstrated knowledge of team processes and the ability to model, encourage and influence team behaviour and decision making. Proficiency in Microsoft Office is considered an asset.

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume to:

Email: jennifer.bono@norbord.com

Mail: Norbord Inc.
P.O. Box 49307
453-595 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC V7X 1L3

We would like to thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Production Manager - Barwick, ON

Reporting to the General Manager, the Production Manager is responsible for overseeing the safe, efficient and cost-effective production and shipping of quality oriented strand board products. This position oversees and coordinates activities of the production team, the log yard team and the shipping team in order to support the company directed strategic plan and ensure quality products are available to customers.

As the ideal candidate, you have a minimum of five years supervisory experience in a safety sensitive, capital intensive, continuous operation manufacturing environment and proven experience in developing capabilities in people and manufacturing processes. You also possess a demonstrated record for improving safety culture. Excellent computer skills, project management training and exposure to computerized maintenance management systems (IVARA) would be an asset.

Please submit your resume, in confidence to:

Attention: Human Resources
P.O. Box 49307
453-595 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC V7X 1L3

Email: Jennifer.bono@norbord.com

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IT – Full Stack Developer – Toronto, ON

Reporting to the Development Team Lead, the Full Stack Developer is a hands-on technically capable individual with a wide breadth of IT development experience.

The role is responsible for assisting the Development Team in designing, analyzing, implementing, testing, and maintaining all projects in the company’s software product portfolio. This includes all in-house developed and supported software and 3rd party products with customizations created and enhanced by the company. The customers that the Development Team serves are largely company-wide internal employees. The Development Team is highly skilled and collaborative, and teamwork across the IT Department as a whole is emphasized and tantamount to succeeding in this role.

The Development Team is currently undergoing cross-system training and adoption of Agile practices to better serve the business stakeholders. This is a very exciting time to join this ever-evolving team. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Analyzing provided business requirements and converting them into thorough, detailed, and strategic technical requirements.
  • Own, plan and execute on software development, including design, development, testing, and further support of products.
  • Perform elegant code implementations with a sense of tenacity and attention to detail.
  • Collaborate with two other highly technical IT teams to drive solutions forward.
  • Work independently, report on progress and manage time sufficiently across development tasks.

Knowledge & Experience Required:

  • 5+ years of experience with relational database architecture and design in Microsoft SQL Server (newer is better).
  • Strong database manipulation and definition language skills, including functions and stored procedures.
  • 5+ years of experience with .NET framework for the purpose of application development in Microsoft Visual Studio 2015.
  • 5+ years of development in C# and object-oriented programming.
  • Familiar with computer science fundamentals, including data types, algorithms, optimization, and data structures.
  • Proficiency in at least two design paradigms.
  • Knowledge of data analytics, data science, data warehousing and defining a data dictionary.
  • Experience with a source control tool (either Team Foundation Server 2012+ or Git).
  • Experience working in an Agile team.
  • Experience in a Business Analytics platform, such as IBM Cognos, PowerBI, Qlik, Tableau, or other would be a definite asset.
  • Flexibility in ever changing priorities as dedicated by immediate business needs.

Education & Training:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Microsoft Certifications an asset
  • Outstanding .NET stack experience and knowledge

Please submit your resume, in confidence to:

Attention: Human Resources
P.O. Box 49307
453-595 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC V7X 1L3

Email: Jennifer.bono@norbord.com

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Woodlands Administrator - Grande Prairie, AB

Reporting to the Operations Superintendent, the Woodlands Administrator will be engaged in a diverse and dynamic role within the Alberta Woodlands team, focusing on Norbord’s commitment to safety, health and the environment.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Operation of the Woodlands Log Inventory Management System (LIMS).
  • Processing of scale tickets which may involve overseeing a contract employee.
  • Processing log and invoice payments.
  • Maintaining all payment and weigh scale records.
  • Administer and ensure proper operation of the weigh scales.
  • Log haul administrative duties such as truck and driver orientations and registrations.
  • Reporting log delivery data to the provincial government FOREST system.
  • Liaison with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry on scaling and weigh scale programs.
  • Liaison with log yard staff and contract log scaler on scale yard activities.

The ideal candidate must have excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to work well with people of different backgrounds and perspectives, strong analytical and organizational skills, and a high energy and commitment level with a positive outlook. As a self-starter, the candidate can handle multiple projects with minimal direction. A diploma in office administration, excellent computer skills, and 3+ years related administrative experience would be a definite asset. Familiarity with LIMS is preferred but not required.

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume to:

Attention: Human Resources

E-mail: mandy.vandresar@norbord.com

Norbord Inc.
Bag 6700, Hwy 40
Grande Prairie, AB T8V 6Y9

Fax: (780) 831 – 2545

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Planning and Silviculture Forester - 100 Mile House, BC

Reporting to the Operations Superintendent, the Planning and Silviculture Forester is a leading member of the team responsible for timber development and silviculture management under Norbord’s SFI-certified British Columbia forest tenures.

Working closely with the Planning Supervisor, key roles of this position include but are not limited to:

  • Managing Norbord’s timber development program, including contract establishment and supervision of forest consultants in the delivery of approved Cutting Permits, Road Permits and Forest Stewardship Plans
  • Managing and supervising Norbord’s silviculture program
  • Liaising with government agencies, First Nations, members of the public, other licensees and stakeholders
  • Preparing timber development and silviculture budgets, forecasts, assessments and reports

This position requires a high energy and commitment level, and a positive outlook. Excellent interpersonal, analytical and organizational skills are essential, as is the ability to work collegially with people of different backgrounds and perspectives.

The ideal candidate has a post secondary degree in Forestry, is currently registered as a Professional Forester with the ABCFP and has at least 3-5 years of experience in a related role. Candidates with less experience may be considered for alternate positions.

Interested candidates please submit your resume to:

Norbord Inc.
Attention – Human Resources
P.O. Box 67
100 Mile House, BC V0K 2E0

Or by email: Jennifer.bono@norbord.com

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Staff Accountant - 100 Mile House, BC

The Staff Accountant role supports the accounting and finance processes and systems including accounts payable (invoice processing), accounting and operational reporting for Norbord’s mill in 100 Mile House, BC. This position reports directly to the Accounting Manager of the mill and works in partnership with the Operations Accounting Group in Norbord’s corporate office located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This role is an integral part of team. The position offers a diverse and rewarding environment and provides exposure to senior level decision making.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Entering and processing supplier invoices and working in partnership with mill purchasing, stores and maintenance teams to ensure purchasing and payable activity is accurate and reliable and all discrepancies are investigated and resolved.
  • Supporting key projects being implemented in 2018 to automate invoice processing across all North American mill operations in addition to automating employee travel and expense report submissions.
  • Working with mill management to ensure that the accounts payable is optimized without impacting negatively the mill operations.
  • Supporting the Accounting Manager in month-end closing process, general account reconciliations, weekly and quarterly forecasts, annual budget, production cost models, internal control audits, external audits etc.
  • Supporting the Accounting Manager in development and reporting of financial and non-financial key performance indicators.
  • Support the mill to ensure that accounting is in compliance with company policies and internal controls.
  • Improving or identifying controls where necessary and identify efficiency opportunities.
  • Supporting the timely and accurate reporting of financial, operational and statistical data.

Financial Management and Reporting:

  • Assisting with month-end closing and reporting, general ledger reconciliations, account analyses etc.
  • Assisting in ensuring accounting is in compliance with company policies and internal controls.
  • Improving or identifying controls and efficiencies where necessary.
  • Working hands-on with mill management in improving and developing monthly reporting on financial and non-financial key performance indicators.
  • Providing analysis as necessary.
  • Serving as backup to the Accounting Manager.

Planning and Forecasting:

  • Assisting in the completion of weekly and quarterly forecasts, and annual business plans.
  • Analyzing forecast to actual variances, understand drivers and communicate/share information with mill management.

Working Capital Management:

  • Assisting in providing leadership in the management of working capital.
  • Working with mill management to ensure the payables are optimized without impacting negatively the mill operations.

Support Accounting Manager in:

  • Evaluation of financial returns of capital projects.
  • Measuring and reporting on the performance of capital projects.
  • Conducting post completion audits.

Other Responsibilities/Requirements:

  • Knowledge of accounting practices and policies.
  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, analytical.
  • Managing priorities, monitoring and refocusing as necessary evaluating refocusing.
  • Ensuring required reporting is done accurately.
  • Preparing forecasts, weekly P&L, production cost models, etc.
  • Providing oversight of purchasing and supplies management to ensure the best business decisions are being made to control working capital and manage critical equipment/spares appropriately.
  • Analyzing operational and capital costs and proving input for improving performance.
  • Analyzing cost-effective equipment sourcing decisions.
  • Participating as required in mill management meetings.

Education/Experience Guidance:

Staff Accountant II – intermediate level; university degree in accounting; CPA or CMA candidate (preferred); 3-5 years of relevant work experience. Alternatively, we will also consider a candidate with work experience in A/P combined with some formal education in accounting.

Norbord offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package. Relocation assistance is also available.

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume to:

Email: jennifer.bono@norbord.com

Mail: Norbord Inc.
P.O. Box 67
100 Mile House, BC V0K 2E0

We would like to thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

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Reliability Engineer - Grande Prairie, AB

Reporting to the Reliability Manager, the Reliability Engineer is responsible for the continued improvement/development of reliability programs and processes that have direct impact on key areas, such as safety, efficiency, effectiveness, maintenance, production and quality. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Provides backup to the Reliability Manager.
  • Support of the planning department and all related activities.
  • Support of the lubrication and vibration analyses of all equipment in the mill.
  • Regularly review downtime reports and equipment histories to identify solutions for reoccurring maintenance problems.
  • Responsible for the weekly reliability report.
  • Identify cost containment opportunities through planning efficiencies and energy consumption improvements.
  • Utilizes a pro-active approach to preventative maintenance.
  • Help the Reliability Manager administer the preventative and predictive maintenance program to insure the effectiveness of the program.
  • Lead/participate in all the Root Cause Analyses triggered for the mill.
  • Works with Maintenance Planner/Area Leaders, as necessary, to develop job scopes for major unique jobs.
  • Lead, facilitate, and manage projects from conception to completion.
  • Creates and maintains the life cycles for each process in the mill.
  • Involves conducting regular daily rounds (visual inspections) to discover hazards and ensuring work requests are submitted regarding maintenance requirements.
  • Support and maintain Engineering & Maintenance department documentation.
  • Implements/designs/utilizes/enforces proactive safety steps. Participates in regular safety meetings with the goal of zero lost-time incidents on site.
  • Perform other duties as necessary.

The ideal candidate will have 2+ years of related reliability/maintenance knowledge within an industrial plant or manufacturing setting. A Mechanical/Electrical/Industrial Engineering degree is required. Strong computer skills: Excel and Word, exposure to computerized maintenance management systems (IVARA, in our case) would be an asset.

Interested applicants should send their resume to:

Email : dan.leblanc@norbord.com

Mail: Norbord Inc.
Attention: Human Resources Manager
Postal Bag 6700
Highway 40 South
Grande Prairie, AB T8V 6Y9

Fax: 780-831-2519

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Chief Power Engineer - Grande Prairie, AB

At Norbord we live health and safety aboveboard, without compromise. Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the Chief Power Engineer is a key member of the management team. The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating the operations and maintenance of the Energy, Drying, EFB Systems, Fire Protection Systems and Potable Water Systems. These responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Ensuring the daily operations and maintenance of the Energy Systems is in compliance with ABSA.
  • Ensuring the operation meets all required government regulations and is compliant on all environmental issues.
  • Ensuring manuals and operating procedures are established and kept up to date.
  • Ensuring the ash material delivered to waste site is in compliance with the environmental permit.
  • Liaison for the dryer and energy EFB’s.
  • Coordinating, implementing and maintaining environmental permit with respect to E.F.B.
  • Monitoring on a day to day basis the fire protection systems and equipment.
  • Coordinating regular training and skill upgrading for energy crews.
  • Monitoring of heating and grate cooling systems.
  • Monitoring the air supply released from all stacks.
  • Responsible for loss control prevention management.
  • Monitoring potable water (pump houses, wells and storage).
  • Assisting with the planning and coordinating of maintenance work required in the Energy Dryer area.
  • Champion safety within the areas he/she is responsible for.

As the ideal candidate, you will possess a 3rd Class Power Engineering Certificate and a minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience. Advanced communication skills (both verbal and written) are required. A dedication to a professional team environment with an emphasis on safety is essential.

Please submit your letter of application and resume, in confidence to:

Email: dan.leblanc@norbord.com

Mail: Norbord Inc.
Attention: Human Resources
Postal Mail Bag 6700
Highway 40 South
Grande Prairie, AB T8V 6Y9

Fax: 780-831-2519

 

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General Manager – 100 Mile House, BC

Reporting to the Vice President, Western Operations, the General Manager is responsible for planning, coordinating and leading the activities of the 100 Mile House facility to achieve the established goals and objectives. Other areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to, the following: Safety, Production, Quality, Process Control, Maintenance, Administration of Personnel, Forecasting and Budgeting. Ensuring an incident free work environment.

  • Managing the resources of people, capital, material and time in the most effective manner to yield the greatest productivity and profit possible while maintaining member safety, product quality, customer service, consistency, and longevity of the operation.
  • Creating and fostering an environment of mutual trust and credibility.
  • Fostering the highest safety standards.
  • Developing realistic operating, capital and long range plans.
  • Focusing on working capital management and the strategic procurement of fibre, resin and energy.
  • Meeting cost objectives.
  • Planning and implementing process improvements to reduce costs and improve quality.
  • Maintaining optimum staffing levels.
  • Managing human resource issues and maintaining positive employee relations.
  • Assuring environmental compliance.
  • Managing the effectiveness of management team; ensuring ongoing coaching and development, communicating expectations, fostering teamwork.
  • Succession planning and employee development.
  • Development and management of the mill’s operating plan and budgets, based on divisional and corporate plans.

As the ideal candidate, you have a Bachelor’s Degree in Forestry or Business with a minimum of five years’ experience preferably in the wood products industry at the Plant Manager level. As the successful candidate you will have proven knowledge of manufacturing methods and experience in process improvement. In addition, you are a proactive and enthusiastic leader with a proven ability to build, develop and maintain strong teams. You must have a high degree of business acumen, with strong technical skills, exceptional communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to motivate your team.

At Norbord we offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.

Interested candidates should send their letter of application and current resume to:

Email: jennifer.bono@norbord.com

Mail: Norbord Inc.
Attention: Human Resources Manager
Box 49307
453-595 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC V7X 1L3

Fax:   604 661 3201

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Responsable en fiabilité – entretien / Usine de Chambord

Joignez les rangs d’une équipe qui repousse constamment les limites de la performance et de l’innovation

Norbord Inc., est un producteur international de panneaux à lamelles orientées (OSB) dont le siège social est à Toronto. Norbord opère 17 usines au Canada, aux États-Unis et en Europe et compte plus de 2700 employé. Norbord est une compagnie publique canadienne cotée sur les marchés canadien et américain sous le symbole OSB. Pour plus amples information consultez www.norbord.com

Norbord Inc. est à la recherche de personnes dynamiques intéressées à occuper un poste de Responsable en fiabilité-entretien pour son usine de Chambord. Le candidat recherché sera dans un premier temps responsable de monter au complet le logiciel de maintenance et de stock magasin (Ivara) à partir d’un inventaire détaillé des pièces d’équipement de l’usine qu’il supervisera. Il bâtira entre autres la liste des actifs et de toutes leurs composantes, s’assurera que les pièces de remplacement sont identifiées et stockées selon leur criticalité, intégrera au système les composantes de cadenassage et de sécurité et établira toutes les routes d’inspection et d’entretien préventives. Après cette phase, le candidat occupera le poste de responsable de la fiabilité proprement dit.

Nous offrons un salaire et des avantages sociaux concurrentiels.

Fonctions principales

  • Définir, développer, optimiser et administrer le programme d’entretien préventif/prédictif
  • Superviser les techniciens du département d’entretien préventif et assurer une utilisation optimale de ceux-ci
  • Agir comme responsable de l’intégration du plan d’entretien dans le logiciel d’entretien par la création de ce dernier dans le CMMS (IVARA), l’élaboration de listes de tâches, de pièces critiques, de formulaires d’inspections, de fiches de cadenassage et autres de ce type
  • Développer les standards et les procédures pour les travaux d’entretien réguliers et majeurs en prenant en compte les aspects santé-sécurité, environnementaux, légaux et autres.
  • Analyser les bris répétitifs à partir de divers rapports, d’enquêtes d’analyses de bris et pannes et proposer et implanter des solutions pour corriger les causes fondamentales
  • Définir les listes de pièces de rechange critiques, les quantités et les pièces réutilisables
  • Assurer le suivi des indicateurs de performances des programmes d’entretien
  • Travailler au quotidien avec tous les départements de l’usine dans un esprit d’amélioration continue

Profil recherché

  • Détenir une formation collégiale (D.E.C.) en analyse d’entretien ou maintenance industrielle et posséder un minimum de 3 à 5 ans d’expérience en entretien industriel et préférablement en entretien préventif/fiabilité
  • Maîtriser les logiciels de la suite Office et posséder de l’expérience avec des logiciels d’entretien préventif
  • Être reconnu pour votre leadership, votre esprit d’équipe et vos aptitudes à gérer une équipe, votre capacité d’analyse, votre rigueur et votre facilité à communiquer et à résoudre des problèmes en équipe combiné à une approche axée sur les résultats
  • Avoir de l’expérience en gestion et en intégration de la santé & sécurité à l’ensemble des activités d’entretien
  • Le bilinguisme constitue un atout determinant

Veuillez prendre note que l’usage du genre masculin a été utilisé dans le seul but d’alléger le texte.

Les personnes intéressées par ce défi peuvent soumettre leur candidature avant vendredi le 23 févier 2018 à l’attention de:

Alain Légaré
Directeur général – Québec/Responsable du site de Chambord
Norbord Inc – Usine de Chambord
572, Route 155
Chambord (QC) G0W 1G0

Courriel : alain.legare@norbord.com

Nous remercions tous les candidats; toutefois seules les personnes retenues seront contactées.

Norbord inc, souscrit à l’égalité des chances en employ. 

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Surintendant approvisionnement forestier / Usine de Chambord

Joignez les rangs d’une équipe qui repousse constamment les limites de la performance et de l’innovation

Norbord Inc., est un des principaux producteurs internationaux de panneaux à lamelles orientées (OSB) dont les actifs s’élève à environ 1,8 milliard de dollars américain siège social est à Toronto. Norbord opère 17 usines au Canada, aux États-Unis et en Europe et compte plus de 2700 employé. Norbord est une compagnie publique canadienne cotée sur les marchés canadien et américain sous le symbole OSB. Pour plus amples information consultez www.norbord.com

Norbord Inc. est à la recherche de personnes dynamiques intéressées à occuper un poste de Surintendant approvisionnement forestier pour son usine de Chambord. En préparation du redémarrage de l’usine, le candidat recherché sera dans un premier temps responsable de monter le système de gestion supportant les activités entourant l’approvisionnement en bois de l’usine.  Il analysera le territoire d’approvisionnement, les plans actuellement en vigueur et les ressources disponibles afin d’établir avec le directeur de la foresterie Québec, une stratégie d’approvisionnement qui assurera à long terme la viabilité de l’usine.  Une fois l’équipe constituée, le candidat retenu sera responsable de la gestion au quotidien de l’ensemble du personnel forestier.

Nous offrons un salaire et des avantages sociaux concurrentiels.

Fonctions principales

  • Définir, développer, optimiser l’approvisionnement en fibre de l’usine
  • Négocier les contrats d’achats de bois et de coûts d’opérations avec les autres industriels forestiers de la région
  • Superviser le personnel du département forestier
  • Agir comme représentant de Norbord sur les différentes tables de gestion et auprès des instances gouvernementales régionales
  • Gérer les entrepreneurs forestiers œuvrant directement pour Norbord
  • Développer le système de gestion de l’information qui supportera les activités du département
  • Travailler au quotidien avec tous les départements de l’usine dans un esprit d’amélioration continue

Profil recherché

  •  Être ingénieur forestier et détenir 10 années d’expérience en gestion des approvisionnements
  • Maîtriser les logiciels de la suite Office et ArcView
  • Être reconnu pour votre leadership, votre esprit d’équipe et vos aptitudes à gérer une équipe, votre capacité d’analyse, votre rigueur et votre facilité à communiquer et à résoudre des problèmes, le tout combiné à une approche axée sur les résultats
  • Le bilinguisme constitue un atout

Veuillez prendre note que l’usage du genre masculin a été utilisé dans le seul but d’alléger le texte.

Les personnes intéressées par ce défi peuvent soumettre leur candidature avant le vendredi 1er mars 2018 à l’attention de :

Claude LeBel
Directeur général La Sarre – Responsable des approvisionnements Québec
Norbord Inc
210, 9e Avenue Est – C. P. 280
La Sarre (Québec) J9Z 2X5
Courriel : claude.lebel@norbord.com

Nous remercions tous les candidats, toutefois seules les personnes retenues seront contactées.

Norbord inc, souscrit à l’égalité des chances en emploi.

 

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Maintenance Planner - High Level, AB

Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the Maintenance Planner’s role is to work together with production and maintenance to improve work force productivity and quality by anticipating and eliminating potential delays through planning, scheduling, and coordination of maintenance resources, parts, materials, and equipment access. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Assists production with balancing their needs for runtime requirements and equipment reliability by identifying pro-active maintenance solutions.
  • Long-range planning involving the regular analysis of backlog relative to available resources.
  • All phases of short-range planning and scheduling including: initial job screening; analysis of job requirements; job research; detailed job planning; job preparation; purchase requisitions; job scheduling and coordination; and schedule adjustment.
  • Coordinates all planning and scheduling for shutdowns (major and minor) to include: Gantt charts, Critical Path Analysis and Resource Leveling.
  • Develops planner reference systems including a file of planned job packages for recurring jobs, plus labour and material libraries for each piece of equipment.
  • Informs the Maintenance Manager of abnormal or critical situations and seeks advice on matters outside the planner’s knowledge or authority.
  • Ensures that completed work order information is meaningful and accurate, thereby, ensuring that valid historical data is captured in IVARA.
  • Assist with budgetary preparation, tracking, and periodic analysis of cost trends and provide recommendations for continual improvement.

The ideal candidate will have a strong mechanical or process background with experience and/or training in planning and scheduling. Additionally he or she will be very technically sound, with experience in our IVARA software system, or similar CMMS software platforms. Journeyman trades (Millwright or Electrician) certification or continuous process experience would be a definite asset. Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills are a must to effectively participate in a team environment. A demonstrated commitment to working safely will be essential.

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume to:

Email: rhonda.mccabe@norbord.com

Mail: Norbord Inc.
Attention – Human Resources Manager
P.O. Box 1856
High Level, AB T0H 1Z0

Fax: 780 841 3693

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Process Control Coordinator - Barwick, ON

Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the Process Control Coordinator is responsible for designing electrical, instrumentation and control systems in support of plant operations and maintenance activities.

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Configuration and development of industrial computer network systems for Wonderware HMI and Allen Bradley PLC systems.
  • Supervising and performing HMI, VFD and PLC programming, including trouble shooting – cause and effect.
  • Work with Historians.
  • Optimization of the facility’s process control systems as well as improving reliability of the process systems, including capital project work.
  • Maintain the on-site camera system, equipment and/or process related software.
  • Performing field start up tasks, coordinating instrumentation calibration and maintenance support.
  • Support the operations and maintenance groups during normal and abnormal plant operation.
  • Updating CAD drawings for process and instrumentation diagrams.
  • Be part of an on-call system designed to provide resources to production team during off hours.
  • Relief supervision for a crew of 6-10 employees within the electrical department.
  • Strongly support and work with the electrical team on a daily basis.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience with process control and instrumentation. A background in Electrical Engineering or related field would be an asset.  Experience working with Allen Bradley Control Logix, motion control, PLC5s, micrologix, and SLCs.  VFDs and instrumentation such as control valves, process analyzers, flow, pressure and temperature transmitters as well as PID and tuning controls are areas considered in the selection process. Excellent troubleshooting and problem solving skills are required. Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills are a must to effectively participate in a team environment. Strong working knowledge of software applications such as Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word are required.

Benefits

  • Competitive salary based on education/experience
  • Defined Contribution Plan, health, dental and vision plan, life insurance

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume by Friday, April 6, 2018 to Tanya Townson, Human Resources Manager:

Email: tanya.townson@norbord.com

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Manufacturing Area Team Leader - Barwick, ON

Reporting to the Production Manager, the Manufacturing Area Team Leader will ensure that safety, quality, production and raw material usage in the blending, forming, pressing, and finishing areas is managed effectively and efficiently.

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Create, maintain and work in a safe environment supporting the company objective of “0” incident rate.
  • Optimize production throughput levels for the blending, forming, pressing, finishing area.
  • Management of raw materials and other resources.
  • To motivate, educate, train and support the ongoing knowledge and development of individual crew members.
  • Collaboratively prepare weekly schedules with other Area Leaders.
  • Conduct investigations into unplanned events – Root Cause Analysis.
  • Develop safe department procedures and safe work practices.
  • Maintain high housekeeping standards.
  • Support operating and maintenance group to achieve high performance execution of the blending/forming/pressing and finishing areas.
  • Report and investigate all safety incidents.
  • Enter all production, quality, and downtime at end of each shift.
  • Direct and indirectly supervise 5-10 subordinates.
  • Other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have 3 to 5 years of management experience in the forest products industry or manufacturing environment and have completed post-secondary education at a minimum. Preference will be given to candidates possessing a BSc- Engineering or other Wood Science degree. Strong working knowledge of software applications such as Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word are required.

Benefits

  • Competitive salary based on education/experience
  • Defined Contribution Plan
  • Health, dental, and vision plan
  • Life insurance

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume by Friday, November 24th, 2017 to:

Email:    tanya.townson@norbord.com

Mail:     Norbord Inc.
Attention: Human Resources
Box 2000
Barwick, ON P0W 1A0

Fax:       807 487 1131

 

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Certified Journeyman Electrician - 100 Mile House, BC

Reporting to the Electrical Supervisor, the Electrician is a key member of the maintenance team. At Norbord we live health and safety without compromise and as the successful candidate you will be responsible for assisting in safely maintaining all electrical, electronic, instrumentation and process control programming and computer networking on the plant site to ensure maximum uptime. Other duties include:

  • Configuring, developing and programming industrial computer network and PLC systems.
  • Optimizing the facility’s process control systems as well as improving reliability of the process systems.
  • Maintaining a high level of safety awareness by continually adhering to safety standards and ensuring participation in safety meetings.
  • Following and adhering to lock-out procedures.
  • Maintaining the equipment to ensure maximum running time and tuning programs for the maximum throughput and quality.
  • Installing, troubleshooting and maintaining VFD and DC drives.
  • Installing new electrical equipment and maintaining on a preventative maintenance schedule.
  • Ensuring computers, LAN and programs are serviced effectively and that computer programs are designed, implemented and the required training of operators is conducted.
  • Preparing and submitting proposals for upgrading equipment and programming.
  • Assisting in the installation of approved improvement projects.
  • Ensuring the use of correct procedures when dealing with hazardous materials and spills and ensuring the reporting of spills is carried out in a prompt and responsible manner.

The 100 Mile House operation is a union environment offering union wages and benefits.

As the ideal candidate you are a Certified Journeyman with Inter-Provincial certification; preventative maintenance program training; at least five years’ experience in the trade in an industrial plant. You have a proven record of safe work habits. You treat others with respect and you are a self-starter with sound judgment and common sense; you possess the ability to balance competing priorities and deadlines; and work with minimal supervision.

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume to:

Email: myrin.toews@norbord.com

Mail:    Norbord Inc.
Attention -Human Resources Manager
P.O. Box 67
100 Mile House, BC
V0K 2E0

Fax:      250 395 6276

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Multiples possibilités d'emploi - La Sarre, Quebec

Joignez les rangs d’une équipe qui repousse constamment les limites de la performance et de l’innovation

Norbord inc., est un producteur international de panneaux dérivés du bois dont le siège social est à Toronto. Norbord opère 17 usines au Canada, aux États-Unis et en Europe et compte plus de 2700 employés.

En plus d’être l’un des plus grands producteurs d’OSB au monde, nous fabriquons des panneaux de particules, des panneaux de fibres de densité moyenne, du contre-plaqué de feuillus, des poutrelles en I et des produits connexes à valeur ajoutée.

Norbord Inc. est à la recherche de personnes dynamiques intéressées à occuper divers postes pour sa division de LA SARRE et offre un salaire et des avantages sociaux concurrentiels.

MÉCANICIEN INDUSTRIEL (4)

Le Mécanicien d’entretien travaillera sous la direction du Contremaître de l’entretien mécanique. Parmi ses principales responsabilités notons l’inspection, la modification, la réparation, l’amélioration et l’entretien d’équipement mécanique.

Profil recherché:

  • Détenir une formation collégiale (D.E.C.) en analyse d’entretien ou maintenance industrielle;
  • Avoir un minimum de deux (2) années d’expérience pertinente;
  • Être capable de lire des plans mécaniques;
  • Avoir des connaissances et une expérience en pneumatique, en hydraulique et en soudure;
  • Avoir la capacité de produire un rapport;
  • Aptitudes pour le travail de recherche et pour le travail d’équipe.

INFIRMIER

Sous la direction du Surintendant ressources humaines et santé sécurité, l’infirmier aura la responsabilité de réaliser l’ensemble des activités de l’infirmerie tout en collaborant avec l’ensemble des départements ainsi qu’avec le médecin traitant.

Profil recherché

  • Détenir, une formation collégiale (D.E.C.) en soins infirmiers;
  • Avoir au minimum deux (2) années d’expériences pertinentes;
  • Être membre en règle de l’OIIQ;
  • Avoir de l’intérêt pour les lois et règlements en santé et sécurité;
  • Être à l’aise avec Microsoft Office;
  • Détenir la licence d’instructeur RCR/secouriste sera considéré comme un atout;

JOURNALIERS LISTE DE RAPPEL

Le Journalier travaillera sous la supervision du Contremaître. Il sera principalement affecté à des remplacements de postes de production dans l’usine. Il sera graduellement formé aux divers postes de production et appelé à obtenir un poste spécifique dans le futur selon les diverses ouvertures temporaires et/ou permanentes. Les tâches varieront selon le poste occupé.

Profil recherché :

  • Travailler en respectant les règles de santé et sécurité;
  • Détenir un diplôme d’études secondaires (D.E.S.) ou l’équivalent;
  • Posséder un permis de conduire classe 5;
  • Avoir des aptitudes pour le travail d’équipe et la communication;
  • Avoir la capacité de produire un rapport et des feuilles de route;
  • Faire preuve de leadership;
  • S’adapter facilement aux différentes tâches.

Une description détaillée des postes offerts est disponible au : https://www.emplois-abitibi-temiscamingue.com/Norbord

Les personnes intéressées par ce défi peuvent soumettre leur candidature en toute confidentialité à :

Daniel Parent
Surintendant ressources humaines et santé sécurité
Industries Norbord Inc.
Division La Sarre
210, 9e Avenue Est,
La Sarre, Qc J9Z 2X5

Fax : (819) 333-9504

Courriel : daniel.parent@norbord.com

Veuillez prendre note que l’usage du genre masculin a été utilisé dans le seul but d’alléger le texte.

Nous remercions tous les candidats; toutefois seules les personnes retenues seront contactées.

Industries Norbord inc, souscrit à l’égalité des chances en emploi.

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Third Class Power Engineer - High Level, AB

Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the Third Class Power Engineer is a key member of the management team. As the successful candidate the Third Class Power Engineer will be responsible for coordinating the operations and maintenance of the Energy, Drying, EFB Systems, Fire Protection Systems, Potable Water Systems and monitoring stack air quality to ensure it meets standards and managing compliance on all site environmental issues. Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Ensuring the daily operations and maintenance of the Energy Systems is in compliance with The Pressure Equipment Safety Authority (ABSA).
  • Ensuring the operation meets all required government regulations and is compliant on all environmental issues.
  • Ensuring manuals and operating procedures are established and kept up to date.
  • Ensuring the ash material delivered to waste site is in compliance with the environmental permit.
  • Liaison for the dryer and energy EFBs.
  • Coordinating, implementing and maintaining environmental permit with respect to EFB.
  • Monitoring on a day to day basis the fire protection systems and equipment.
  • Coordinating regular training and skill upgrading for energy crews.
  • Monitoring of heating and grate cooling systems.
  • Monitoring the air supply released from all stacks.
  • Responsible for loss control prevention management.
  • Monitoring potable water (pump houses, wells and storage).
  • Assisting with the maintenance work required in the Energy Dryer area.As the ideal candidate, you will possess a 3rd Class Power Engineering Certificate, Grade 12 mathematics or equivalent and a minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience. Advanced communication skills (both verbal and written) are required. A dedication to a professional team environment with an emphasis on safety is essential.

Norbord offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume to:

Email: greg.cox@norbord.com

Mail:   Norbord Inc.
P.O. Box 1856
Hwy 35 South
High Level, AB T0H 1Z0

Fax: 780 841 3662

We would like to thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Certified Journeyman Millwright - 100 Mile House, BC

Reporting to the Maintenance Team Leader you must be flexible and available to work various shifts based on the operational needs of the OSB plant. Duties and responsibilities to include but are not limited to:

  • PM’s, PdM, corrective and emergency work, shift coverage and training.
  • Trouble shoots and changes out damaged components, such as hydraulic pumps, reducers, valves, sprockets, cylinders, chains, regulators, bearings, and all other moving components.
  • Participates in “RCA” (Root Cause Analysis) after a mechanical failure or as requested.
  • Troubleshoots failed or failing hydraulic systems and adjust flow controls,
  • Utilizes Norbord’s lockout/tagout procedures.
  • Works closely with operations and trades people to promote a team environment.

As the ideal candidate you will have a minimum of 5 years experience as a Journeyman Millwright with the ability to work in a safe and efficient manner as an integral member of the maintenance team. You will hold an Inter-Provincial Red Seal Certification, strong hydraulic knowledge and trouble shooting skills are required. A Welding ticket, Heavy Duty Mobile Equipment, Machining or related experience would be a definite asset.

The 100 Mile House operation is a union environment offering union wages and benefits.

Please submit your letter of application and resume, in confidence to:

Email: myrin.toews@norbord.com

Mail: Norbord Inc.
Attention – Human Resources
P.O. Box 67
100 Mile House, BC V0K 2E0
Fax: 250 395 6276

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Certified Journeyman Millwright(s) - High Level, AB

As the ideal candidate you will have experience as a Journeyman Millwright with the ability to work in a safe and efficient manner as an integral member of the Maintenance team. Millwrights are responsible for the necessary predictive and preventative repairs to accomplish our reliability goals, and help maintain the mill on a day to day basis. Other duties include:

  • Operating and maintaining drill presses, grinder, band saws, torches, welders, and other metal working tools to fabricate, repair and design parts and damaged components
  • Changing out damaged components
  • Required to know hoisting, rigging, hand signals, proper slings and shackles to perform lifts in a safe manner
  • Lockout/tagout equipment
  • Participating in root cause analysis of mechanical failure
  • General housekeeping

We offer the following as part of our employment package:

  • Very competitive wages
  • Opportunity for advancement
  • An excellent comprehensive benefits package, including company contributions to pension plan
  • A stable environment with a fixed work schedule, with ample time off
  • Non-union environment

As the ideal candidate you are a Certified Journeyman with Inter-Provincial certification; preventative maintenance program training; at least five years experience in the trade in an industrial plant. You have a proven record of safe work habits. You treat others with respect and you are a self-starter with sound judgment and common sense; you possess the ability to balance competing priorities and deadlines; and work with minimal supervision.

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume to:

Email: Greg.Cox@norbord.com
Mail: Norbord Inc.
Attention – Human Resources Manager
P.O. Box 1856
High Level, AB T0H 1Z0

Fax: 780 841 3662

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Exciting Opportunities in High Level, Alberta

Are you looking for a progressive and challenging environment with opportunities for continuous improvement and development?

JOIN THE TEAM IN OUR STATE-OF-THE-ART ORIENTED STRAND BOARD MILL IN HIGH LEVEL, ALBERTA!

We currently have the following opportunities:

  • Utility Operators – $28.74/hour
  • Production Team Members – $29.06/hour
  • Debarker / Strander Operators – $30.52/hour
  • Finishing End Operators – $30.52/hour
  • Shipping – $30.52/hour
  • Grinderman – $31.26/hour
  • Process Technicians – $32.79/hour
  • Certified Journeyman Electricians & Millwrights – $39.82/hour

*Overtime available.

Working at Norbord Means:

Work Where You Live and be Home Every Night, Commitment to Safety without Compromise, Competitive Wages & Benefits, Great Team Environment, Training & Development, Values of Respect, Integrity, Safety, Excellence & Sustainability.

Who you are:

  • Demonstrated Safety Performance
  • Good Communication Skills
  • Results Oriented & Team Player
  • Positive Attitude & Strong Work Ethic
  • Strong Troubleshooting / Problem Solving Skills
  • Hydraulic Knowledge (Trades)
  • Inter-Provincial Red Seal Certificate (Trades)

We look forward to hearing from you, please submit your resume online to careerswest@norbord.com or Fax to 604 661 3201

Jump on board, enjoy the challenge, and be a part of our new team at Norbord High Level!

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Opportunities In Europe

For Norbord’s European career opportunities, please visit http://www.norbord.co.uk/about-us/careers