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CANADA

Maintenance Superintendent

Fort St James - British Columbia (BC),

Hampton Canada Services Ltd.

Job Description:

MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT

Hampton Canada Services Ltd. is currently searching for a full time Maintenance Superintendent to join our Fort St. James Forest Products operation.

The Maintenance Superintendent reports directly to the Canadian Regional Operations Manager and is responsible for day-to-day comprehensive maintenance activities for the operation.

The successful candidate will have strong communication, mathematics, organization and problem solving skills. Red Seal certification in industrial mechanics (Millwright) is preferred. Good hand-eye coordination and a strong understanding of mechanical and engineering concepts are required.

You should be detail oriented with an ability to meet deadlines and oversee teams, and have advanced knowledge of Microsoft applications (specifically Excel). Familiarity with financial and production metrics, dimension sawmill and planer operations (including maintenance requirements), capital projects and budgeting would be an advantage.

Core responsibilities include: coordinating activities such as cleanup, training, staffing, and tracking the maintenance needs for the facility, working closely with each department to ensure machine centers produce what's needed to fulfill our customer obligations and ensure that the facility is properly maintained and protected from losses.

We offer competitive compensation, benefits and the potential for advancement and provide equal opportunity for employment.

Resumes will be accepted until March 31, 2020. We wish to thank all those who apply; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please forward your resume to:

Anne Currie, Human Resources Assistant
Hampton Canada Services Ltd.
503-291-5591 (Confidential Fax) #[email protected]

Fort St. James Forest Products, Fort St. James BC
(1084471h)

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