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

No specific U.S. career opportunities available at this time. Please contact one of our locations for local information and resume submission details.




Opportunities in Canada

Receptionist/Administrative Assistant - Exco Site - 100 Mile House, BC

Reporting to the Site Manager, the Receptionist/Administrative Assistant is responsible for front end reception, purchasing and daily administrative duties including but not limited to the following:

  • Answering and directing calls
  • Assisting customers with orders, pricing, inquiries, and ordering materials
  • Preparing invoices, receiving payments
  • Coordinating courier pick-ups and deliveries
  • Maintaining and ordering office supplies
  • Generating work orders and working together with shop and purchasing department
  • Receiving materials, parts and supplies

Candidate must have at least 3 years’ experience working in an administrative position, a proven record of timelines, reliability and adherence with handling confidential information.

This position requires a self-starter who can manage multiple projects with little direction. The ideal candidate would be very organized and must have good interpersonal skills, including strong phone skills; the ability to balance competing priorities and deadlines; strong analytical and organizational skills; a high energy and commitment level, and an optimistic outlook.

As the successful candidate you must have the ability to work independently and serve as an integral part of a growing team. Familiarity with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint is essential.Please submit your letter of application and resume, in confidence by Friday, January 20, 2017

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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Maintenance Manager - Barwick, ON

Reporting to the General Manager, the Maintenance Manager is responsible for the safe and cost effective maintenance of the mill. The Maintenance Manager utilizes related experience, project management expertise, leadership abilities and a preventative maintenance mindset.

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the management of a highly qualified maintenance team, maintaining maximum uptime and open communications with production personnel. Active participation in the operation’s efforts towards providing a safe working environment along with continuous innovation and process improvements initiatives. Specific duties may include:

  • Implements, designs, utilizes and enforces proactive safety steps. Participates in regular safety. meetings with the mindset all accidents are preventable.
  • Oversee short and long term project plans for all maintenance shutdowns.
  • Source and liaise with outside contractors regarding external manufacturing of equipment, negotiating price quotes and written agreements. Involves attaining innovative/efficient equipment within budgeted allowances.
  • Tracks mill downtime issues and builds a corrective action plan to prevent reoccurrence and or reduce downtime and ensure the mill’s uptime is at or above target.
  • Participates in planning and recommending of capital projects as part of the site management team.
  • Provides input for the creation of the yearly maintenance budget.
  • Submit month-end and quarterly reports regarding major down time events, highlights, and capital project updates.
  • Oversee labour requirements for maintenance, provide guidance, direction, mentoring and progressive discipline (if required) to direct reports, assist with grievance resolution.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of five (5) years of supervisory maintenance experience within the forest industry, preferably at an OSB operation; Journeyman certification- Electrical, Millwright, or HD Tech; understanding and prior utilization of preventative maintenance tools; such as lubrication, vibration analysis and thermography; extensive hydraulic experience, Project Management training; and a background and or education in engineering. Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills are a must to effectively participate in a team environment. A commitment to safe work practices, as well as experience with a computerized maintenance system is essential.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume by Friday, January 27th to:

Email: tanya.townson@norbord.com

Mail:      Norbord Inc.
Attention: Human Resources – Barwick OSB
P.O. Box 2000
181 Nighswander Road
Barwick, ON
P0W 1A0

Fax:        807 487 1131

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Health & Safety Manager - Barwick, ON

Reporting to the General Manager, the Health & Safety Manager requires a hands-on approach to provide pro-active occupational health and safety support to site employees to achieve the goal of zero TIR. In conjunction with OHS responsibilities, this individual ensures Fire Prevention activities for their facility. The Health & Safety Manager utilizes a loss prevention mindset utilizing strong facilitation/training skills and strong interpersonal skills to promote excellence as established in the Company Strategies. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Coordinate and conduct weekly formal audits and non-formal site inspections, reviewing reports and ensuring appropriate follow-up regarding the completion of all action items
  • Coordinate comprehensive investigation processes regarding all incidents occurring in the facility relating to safety and health with the mindset all incidents are preventable
  • Provide input for the creation of annual safety budget
  • Facilitate OHS training for all site employees. Participate in the JHS Committee through coaching/mentoring members
  • Maintain safety statistics and reporting as required: monthly, quarterly, and annually
  • Identify hazard areas and ensure procedures are in place, communicated and followed to prevent incidents
  • Facilitate/participate in bi-weekly, company-wide safety calls including preparing and presenting Barwick’s contribution concerning high potential incidents or other matters as required
  • Liaise with medical practitioners, WCB agents, Human Resources and injured or ill employees regarding the collection and timely dissemination of documentation relating to employee injury and illness
  • Conduct an annual review of Health and Safety Programs

The ideal candidate will have 3 to 5 years of related OHS and training experience in the forest products industry or manufacturing environment, CRSP designation (Canadian Registered Safety Professional); related post -secondary education; experience in conducting incident investigations; knowledge of OH&S Act/WCB processes, and a strong working knowledge of software applications such as Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume by Friday, January 27th, 2017 to:

Email:    tanya.townson@norbord.com

Mail:     Norbord Inc.
Attention: Human Resources – Barwick OSB
P.O. Box 2000
181 Nighswander Road
Barwick, ON
P0W 1A0

Fax: 807 487 1131

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Electrical Team Leader - Grande Prairie, AB

Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the Electrical Team Leader is a key member of the maintenance team. At Norbord we live health and safety, without compromise. As the successful candidate, you will be responsible for safely maintaining all electrical, electronic, instrumentation equipment, process control programming and computer networking on the plant site to ensure maximum effective running time. Other responsibilities will include but are not limited to the following:

  • Work with team members to instill the belief that safety is a core value for everyone at Norbord.
  • Ensure that every safety hazard or concern is immediately addressed.
  • Coach/develop employees to achieve cost effective results in accordance with safety procedures.
  • Confirm WorkSafe Alberta and Canadian Electrical Code regulations, company safety policies and standards are understood by all team members and complied with.
  • Ensuring lock-out procedures are followed by all electricians.
  • Ensure electrical team performs at the key performance indicator (KPI) target level and immediately address any variances between actual performance and target.
  • Ensuring computers, LAN and programs are serviced effectively and that computer programs are designed, implemented and the required training of operators is conducted.
  • Communicating and collaborating with all departments on planned changes.
  • Documenting all permanent changes, including cost information and new processes or procedures.
  • Preparing and submitting proposals for upgrading equipment and programming.
  • Supervising the installation of approved improvement projects.
  • Monitoring and evaluating the performance of installed improvement projects.
  • Ensuring all team members are aware of the importance of using correct procedures when dealing with hazardous materials and spills and ensuring the reporting of spills is carried out in a prompt and responsible manner.

Our ideal candidate possesses an Electrical Engineering degree or is a Certified Journeyman (Masters Electrician) with a proven safety track record, along with preventative maintenance program training. You will have five years experience in the trade in a heavy industrial setting coupled with an additional five years supervisory experience, ideally in the forest industry.

Benefits

  • Competitive pay scale based on education/experience
  • Defined Contribution Plan
  • Health insurance, including prescription drug plan
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision care plan
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off (for vacation, holidays, etc.)
  • Direct deposit payroll

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume by January 13, 2017 to:

Email: dan.leblanc@norbord.com

Mail:     Norbord Inc.
Attention: Human Resources
Bag 6700
Hwy 40
Grande Prairie, AB
TG8V 6Y9

Fax:   780 831 2519

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Store Room Attendant - Temporary Position - 16 Months - 100 Mile House, BC

Reporting to the Materials Team Leader the Store Room Attendant will be responsible for managing the movement of MRO materials, servicing client requests, entering CMMS inventory transactions and performing store room housekeeping activities. This position will be temporary to provide coverage for a maternity leave. The Store Room Attendant will focus on the “day to day” or tactical operations of running the storeroom. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Receiving, inspecting and confirming material shipments
  • Ensuring all appropriate documents are received or included in shipments as required (e.g. MSDS, customs documents, etc.)
  • Locating and stocking Storeroom replenishment materials
  • Generating and attaching system item barcode and location labels
  • Performing picking, kitting and staging activities for stores replenishment and direct purchase materials
  • Servicing all “issue” window Stores requests
  • Processing stock returns
  • Performing daily cycle counts
  • Processing all out-shipments and vendor returns
  • Working with the Storeroom Team Leader on reviewing stock reorder requirements
  • Notifying Storeroom Team Leader of materials aging in staging areas
  • Communicating with Storeroom Team Leader shipment discrepancies
  • Communicating with Purchasing, Storeroom Team Leader and requestor on all expedited deliveries
  • Performing CMMS material transactions (issues, receipts, cycle counts)
  • Directing communication with maintenance planners & production on inventory materials
  • Performing database/storeroom reconciliation activities
  • Performing daily storeroom housekeeping activities
  • Scanning and e-mailing part packing receipts/slips to Planner(s) and Buyer(s)
  • Attaching electronic part receipts to purchase orders for invoice matching
  • Notifying the Storeroom Team Leader of violations of store room policies and procedures.This position requires a minimum of 3 years of relevant experience. The ideal candidate will also have strong interpersonal and communication skills and be able to function comfortably in a team environment. Excellent working knowledge of an industrial environment is a definite asset. Experience with Windows application software is required.

Please submit your letter of application and resume, in confidence by Tuesday, January 3rd, 2016:

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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Manager, Corporate Procurement - Toronto, ON

Reporting to the Director of Procurement, the Manager, Corporate Procurement will help to establish and execute procurement best-practice processes and policies for the purchasing activities in the organization, including supplier relationship management and negotiation.

The Manager, Corporate Procurement will be responsible for keeping abreast of new developments and ongoing trends in the procurement and stores area of the business across the North American mills and consolidating up into the corporate level.

The Manager, Corporate Procurement responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Develop and maintain standardized corporate procurement best practice processes, procedures, controls and systems
  • Support the mills and IT, as needed, through joint projects
  • Develop report for key functional metrics; track and maintain to reduce expenses and improve effectiveness
  • Support performance management methodology in purchasing across the organization
  • Research procurement synergies at the mills, creating savings and synergies
  • Control spend and build a culture of long-term saving on procurement costs
  • Act as backup to Purchasing Managers covering vacations, training days, supplier visits, etc.
  • Source procurement techniques as well as a dexterity in “reading” the market
  • Perform risk management for supply contracts and agreements
  • Foresee alterations in the comparative negotiating ability of suppliers and clients
  • Expect unfavorable events through analysis of data and prepare control strategies
  • Champion & Power User in Computerized Management Maintenance System (CMMS)– reporting and training support to both Corporate and the Mills

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Post-secondary degree required
  • Minimum 5 to 7 years of managerial experience relating to industrial management, materials management, operations management and business administration with a focus on Purchasing/Materials Management
  • Strong leadership capabilities
  • Talent in negotiations and networking
  • Previous experience with change management and process improvements
  • Previous experience with sourcing and inventory control methodologies
  • Technically astute with Computerized Maintenance Management System experience
  • Excellent relationship building skills with internal and external stakeholders
  • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal). Bilingualism an asset but not mandatory
  • Aptitude in decision-making and working with numbers
  • Experience in collecting and analyzing data
  • Ability to think outside the box
  • Process driven
  • End-results driven

Benefits:

  • Competitive pay scale based on education/experience
  • Defined Contribution Plan
  • Health insurance, including prescription drug plan
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision care plan
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off (for vacation, holidays, etc.)
  • Direct deposit payroll

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume by Monday, December 5th, 2016 to:

Email:  careerswest@norbord.com

Mail:     Norbord Inc.
Attention: Human Resources
One Toronto Street, Suite 600
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M5C 2W4

Fax: 416-360-2243

 

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Reliability Manager - 100 Mile House, BC

Reporting to the General Manager, the Reliability Manager is responsible for overseeing the safe, efficient and cost reliability based maintenance and operational programs within the mill. The Reliability Manager utilizes related experience, project management expertise, visionary leadership and a preventative maintenance mindset. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Provides backup to the Maintenance Manager
  • Oversees the planning department and all related activities
  • Oversees of the lubrication and vibration analyses of all equipment in the mill
  • Responsible for the monthly reliability report
  • Tracks the mill downtime issues and builds a corrective action plan to reduce the downtime and ensure the mill’s uptime is at or above target
  • Oversees the administration of the preventative and predictive maintenance program to insure the effectiveness of the program
  • Oversees and supervision of the mill lubrication program to insure effectiveness and minimize lubrication related failures
  • Coordinates the Root Cause Analysis program for the mill
  • Maintains maintenance metrics to effectively track and communicate the effectiveness of the maintenance programs
  • Participates in the planning of/recommending capital projects as part of the site management team. Involves creating requests, budgets and overseeing the effective roll-out of project plans to ensure timely completion of maintenance capital projects. May involve liaising with outside project management companies for large scale projects.
  • Provides input for the creation of the yearly maintenance budget. Involves being accountable for monthly explanations of variance from budget and the provision of information regarding maintenance trending.
  • Manages the life cycles for each process in the mill
  • Promotes, demonstrates, and monitors to ensure proactive approach to condition based maintenance, leading the mill to a proactive approach to preventative maintenance
  • Involves conducting regular daily rounds (visual inspections) to discover hazards and ensuring work requests are submitted regarding maintenance requirements
  • Implements/designs/utilizes/enforces proactive safety steps. Participates in regular safety meetings with the goal of zero lost-time incidents on site

The ideal candidate will have 5+ years of related preventative and predictive maintenance knowledge, along with 5+ years experience in a leadership role within an industrial plant or manufacturing setting. A Mechanical/Electrical degree is required and Project Management training would be a definite asset.  Strong computer skills: Excel and Word (intermediate), exposure to computerized maintenance management systems (IVARA, in our case) would be an asset.

Benefits

  • Competitive pay scale based on education/experience
  • Defined Contribution Plan
  • Health insurance, including prescription drug plan
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision care plan
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off (for vacation, holidays, etc.)
  • Direct deposit payroll

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume by Friday, November 18th, 2016:

Email:  myrin.toews@norbord.com

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

Fax:       250 395 6276

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Maintenance Planner - Grande Prairie, AB

Reporting to the Reliability 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 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. These two basic variables must be kept in balance if a proactive maintenance environment is to be established and sustained.
  • All phases of short-range planning including: initial job screening; analysis of job requirements; job research; detailed job planning; job preparation; purchase requisitions; assisting with job scheduling and coordination.
  • Coordinates all planning and assists Maintenance Leadership with 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 Reliability 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.

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

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume by Monday, November 14th, 2016 to:

Email: dan.leblanc@norbord.com

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

 Fax:   780 831 2545

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Certified Journeyperson Millwright - Barwick, ON

Reporting to the Maintenance Team Lead, the Journeyperson Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) ensures that work is completed safely. Will perform equipment maintenance according to standards, procedures and practices set out by industry, government and Norbord. Will troubleshoot and repair hydraulic systems, reducers, valves, sprockets, cylinders, chains, regulators, bearings, and all other moving components. Must participate in Root Cause Analysis reviews after a mechanical failure, or as requested. Must have knowledge of and experience in hoisting and rigging, with associated hand signals, and the proper use of slings and shackles to perform proper lifts in a safe manner. May be required to do routes, PM’s, emergency work orders, corrective work, shift coverage and ongoing training, as well as be responsible for housekeeping in the shop and work areas. Will also be required to work inside and outside. Required to work with operations and other trades people to promote a team environment.

The ideal candidate must have a minimum Grade 12 Diploma or equivalent and must have successfully completed a formal education in Industrial Mechanics. A Journeyperson Certificate of Qualification as an Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) is required. Preference will be given to those candidates with Interprovincial Red Seal Certification. Must have demonstrated effective teamwork, communication and safety skills and be able to fulfill all physical requirements of the job. The successful applicant must also be detail oriented and self-motivated.

Interested applicants should send their letter of application and current resume by Friday, October 28th, 2016 to:

Email: tanya.townson@norbord.com

Mail:     Norbord Inc.
Attention: Human Resources – Barwick OSB
P.O. Box 2000
181 Nighswander Road
Barwick, ON P0W 1A0

Fax:     807 487 1131

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Technical Manager - Barwick, ON

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 while working safely at all times. 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, ensuring all technical team members understand and adhere to safety policies, 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 or a Wood Science Degree, and 3+ years of related OSB technical experience. Excellent computer and math (SPC) skills, with strong interpersonal and communication skills are essential.

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

Email: tanya.townson@norbord.com

Mail: Norbord Inc.
Attention: Human Resources – Barwick OSB
P.O. Box 2000
181 Nighswander Road
Barwick, ON
P0W 1A0

Fax:  807 487 1131

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Woodlands Operations Supervisor - 100 Mile House, BC

Reporting to the Operations Superintendent, the Woodlands Operations Supervisor is responsible for planning, scheduling and supervising the delivery of logs to Norbord’s 100 Mile House OSB plant.

Key roles of this position include but are not limited to:

  • Supervising Norbord’s Crown timber harvesting program to achieve safety, production, log cost, log quality and environmental objectives
  • Overseeing all phases of timber operations, including road construction and maintenance, harvesting, hauling and post-harvest obligations
  • Establishing contract harvesting, hauling and equipment rates
  • Implementing Norbord’s operational safety, environmental and forest certification programs and ensuring compliance with plans and government regulations
  • Preparing annual and periodic operations schedules, budgets and forecasts
  • Liaising with government agencies, First Nations, public and stakeholders regarding Norbord’s timber operations
  • Working closely with a team of dedicated forest professionals to meet Norbord’s objectives for BC Woodlands

This position requires a high energy and commitment level, and a positive outlook. Excellent interpersonal, analytical and organizational skills are essential, as are flexibility and the capacity to work collegially with people of different backgrounds and perspectives. BC Woodlands supports and rewards initiative and continuous improvement.

The ideal candidate 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

Fax: 250 395 6276

Or by email: myrin.toews@norbord.com

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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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Electrical Engineer - 100 Mile House, BC

Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the Electrical Engineer is a leadership position responsible for managing projects, developing reliability initiatives, managing labour requirements and maintenance of all mill equipment and machinery. This position leads maintenance teams with a strong emphasis on safety, quality and efficiency. The Electrical Engineer relies on leadership abilities in conjunction with a continuous improvement and proactive mindset in order to support and promote excellence as established in the Company vision, mission and values.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Managing a variety of projects through the mill site and working on the Power Smart program.
  • Problem Solving, root cause analysis, developing reliability processes.
  • Planning work priorities for tradesmen in conjunction with production teams.
  • Facilitating, developing and implementing continuous improvement of Standard Operating Procedures by educating, training, monitoring, and proactively coaching team members.
  • Identifying hazards, conducting safety inspections and resolving individual and team issues.
  • Collaborating with operational personnel is an important consideration of this position.The ideal candidate will be an Electrical Engineer or Certified Engineering Technologist with 3+ years of manufacturing experience in a large wood products facility.   Journeyman tradespersons may be considered depending on experience, with supervisory responsibilities for a minimum of 2 years.Strong problem solving skills, a creative approach to new ideas, strong mechanical aptitude; a hands on approach; a proven safe track record; predictive maintenance training; knowledge of PLCs, Transformers, automation, and mechanical systems are assets. Receptive to feedback, willingness to learn, and desire to develop people with visionary leadership are paramount.

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

Norbord Inc.
Attention: Human Resources – 100 Mile House
P.O. Box 67
100 Mile House, B.C. V0K 2E0
Fax: (250) 395 – 6276 or by email: myrin.toews@norbord.com

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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