Founded in 2008 and Headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, PaperWorks Industries, Inc. is a leading North American integrated full-service packaging provider. With nine facilities and more than 1,500 employees across North America, encompassing everything from CRB manufacturing to top-quality carton-making, we are committed to providing environmentally responsible, high-quality, specialty solutions that drive performance and deliver growth for our customers.
What does PaperWorks stand for? Consistency. The values we project outward are the same as the ones we prize inside the Company - Teamwork, Quality, the Environment and Employee Safety
Strathcona Paper LP produces and markets high quality paper based specialty products and services. The mill operation located in Napanee, Ontario. We are currently recruiting for the following full-time position: Production Superintendent
Responsible for managing the production process and troubleshooting problems that occur to ensure the efficient, safe, and timely producing of paperboard products to meet the needs of Strathcona Paper customers. Ensures that the board machine runs smoothly without interruption and that machine efficiency is maximized.
Oversees the production of paperboard and specialty products to the standards demanded by customers and consistent with the industry. Monitors the quality and efficiency of the paper production to ensure all activities are carried out in accordance with all applicable government legislation and regulatory standards.
Troubleshoots immediate problems in the production process by identifying the reasons for the problems and giving instruction for corrective action to be taken. In identifying problems must constantly inspect end products, system and equipment functioning, power supplies, test and analysis reports and speak to individuals representing all areas of the mill. Provide direction to area supervisors to rectify problems.
Scope of Responsibility
Reports to the Operations Manager, Strathcona Paper.
Directly supervises 5 supervisors and indirectly approximately 40 hourly employees.
Must possess a university degree in mechanical or chemical engineering or a college diploma in Pulp and Paper Technology and an in-depth understanding of paper making including all paper making procedures and processes, equipment, chemicals, fibre and how all aspects are inter-connected. Must have a minimum of 10 years experience in the paper manufacturing field of which 5 years must include Superintendent experience. Must have understanding of instrumentation, process loops and mechanical technology, computer systems, software (Spreadsheets, MSWord) and data base management. Thorough knowledge of applicable government regulations (safety, environmental, Pressure Vessels Act Must have an understanding of financial systems sufficient to determine a budget, costing information and report on variances.