ROLE: How you contribute to Tembec
Provide high-quality, cost-effective and timely technical services for the design of new facilities or the repair or maintenance of existing facilities within the complex, providing expertise in minimizing investments that are necessary to develop reliable, effective, cost-effective and standards-based solutions for quality, health and the environment while respecting Tembec's principles and guidelines and applicable laws.
COMMITMENTS: What it means to work at Tembec
- Live up to Tembec’s values, principles and guidelines.
- Bring an open and cooperative attitude to your job, contributing to our positive work environment.
- Comply with all health, safety and environmental standards, as well as applicable regulations and laws.
ACCOUNTABILITIES: What Tembec expects you to do
- Promote and provide a safe workplace, seek improvements, support Health & Safety Program.
- Lead a motivated, efficient and engaged team and provide career development opportunities.
- Coach and mentor employees to ensure maximum performance.
- Maintain a communications program to keep your team informed regarding mill and department priorities.
- Report to the Manager, Engineering and Methods.
- Guarantee maintenance and conformity of the electrical installations through an annual maintenance program. Record information and ensure follow-up.
- Conduct preliminary feasibility studies and prepare Capital Applications (CPAs) in accordance with the Tembec CPA Procedures Manual.
- Supervise contractors and / or design electrical systems, including high voltage, for new installations. Select equipment and materials whose capital applications have been approved.
- Perform the calculations required during the design phase and, if necessary, stamp the drawings and site plans.
- Prepare requests for supplies of materials, as well as services requests.
- Prepare specifications and quotes. Analyze and compare bids.
- Manage, as necessary, all aspects of contract administration.
- Approve invoices for goods and services.
- Monitor cost variances of E / I activities against the projected or approved budget and recommend to the Project Manager the corrective measures needed to rectify the situation.
- Develop and, where necessary, implement control strategies for projects and processes.
- Provide, where necessary, the technical expertise required by the electrical maintenance services.
- Apply uniformly throughout the complex the standards and procedures in place for the design of electrical systems, as well as government and regulatory standards, where applicable.
- Provide full compliance with EMS (ISO 14001) standards.
- Provide high-quality, timely technical assistance for commissioning, start-up and optimization (tuning) of new installations. Initiate timely corrective actions to achieve project objectives.
- Provide correspondence and documentation filed and maintained in an efficient and orderly manner.
- Schedule periodic meetings with the project leader to review project status and equipment status, ensuring the satisfaction of all participants.
- Assist the project leader in the preparation of final reports (after completion of work) and acceptance forms for all projects.
- Assist, for each project, in the preparation of scoping requests and requests for budget overruns.
- Direct the work of draftsmen or other temporary staff assigned to projects.
- Raise staff awareness to new technologies that can improve plant productivity and reduce costs.
- Provide maintenance group support as required for shutdowns and other important events.
- Periodically perform a duty cycle in accordance with the established schedule to ensure uninterrupted operation of the mill.
REQUIREMENTS: What you bring to our workplace
- Education: Electrical Engineering Diploma.
- Experience: 3-5 years.
- Leadership and management and communication skills.
- Member of Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ) or registered as engineer of other provinces.
- Bilingual: English and French (written and spoken).
SETTING & LIFESTYLE: What to expect at the site and in the region
- Tembec’s flagship Temiscaming site has 850 employees in production facilities for specialty cellulose, high-yield pulp, coated bleached board and chemicals, as well as a corporate office.
- Tembec is upgrading the Temiscaming specialty cellulose operation with one of the forest products industry’s largest investments in years, underlining our commitment to the business.
- The town of Temiscaming has a population of 1,500 and the comprehensive shopping and services of two larger communities, North Bay, Ontario, and Ville Marie, Québec, are less than an hour’s drive away.
- The area appeals to outdoor enthusiasts, offering many recreational activities and facilities.
TEMBEC IN BRIEF
Tembec is a manufacturer of forest products – lumber, pulp, paper and specialty cellulose – and a global leader in sustainable forest management practices. Principal operations are in Canada and France. Tembec has some 3,000 employees and annual sales of approximately $1.5 billion. Tembec is listed on the TSX (TMB).
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