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Director, Inventory Management and Planning (Edmonton, Alberta)
Job Details 

Position Title: Director, Inventory Management & Planning
Position Type: Permanent, full-time
Division: Operational Excellence, Operations
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Start Date: February 2021

 

Division Overview

The Operational Excellence Division encompasses various departments including across Supply Chain Operations including Transportation, Distribution, Customer Service, Operations Planning and Information Systems, while providing guidance and support to international Operations as required. The Operations team is responsible for all aspects of supply chain and logistics operations including strategy, planning and execution for all Canadian sales while providing world class customer service.

Position Function

The Director, Inventory Management & Planning (DIM&P) is responsible to lead, manage, and integrate the day to day activities across forecasting and planning, inventory management and distribution teams in support of delivering an effortless customer experience via PRIMED’s product assortment and service offering. As a key member of PRIMED’s success, the role requires exceptional communication skills, team development and involvement, interpersonal skills and professionalism in order to perform day to day job tasks. The DIM&P is an agent of change within the organization and will utilize market best practices, training and coaching to create a best in class department. The DIM&P will play a critical role in ensuring all inventory management practices and processes are aligned and integrated to deliver on customer service levels and ultimately meet PRIMED’s mission: to protect people from harmful substances and infectious diseases.

Working Relationships

The DIM&P reports directly to the Vice President, Operational Excellence and has close internal working relationships with the other members of the broader Operations team, Sales, Finance, Marketing and all other PRIMED departments. Leading a team of four direct reports, the Director must demonstrate PRIMED core values like collaboration and respect while fostering growth and continuous improvement.

Outside of the organization, the Director is in direct contact with self manufacturing sites, suppliers, logistics partners and customers across multiple product categories. Oversight and leadership in collaboration with the Manager, Inventory & Distribution Operations’ portfolio of Distributors, and 3rd Party Logistics and Transportation providers will be essential in delivering our value proposition to our customers. The main purpose of this contact is to obtain, explain and exchange information, problem solving, confirm manufacturing readiness, negotiate rates and build strategic partnerships while interpreting and resolving conflicts.

Responsibilities

The following is a high-level description of the Director’s responsibilities and is not mean to be all-inclusive:

  • Lead and integrate the inventory management and planning team to develop a long-term supply strategy across our global self-manufactured and sourced product offering
  • Develop and execute a global supply plan and strategy for our manufacturing sites and customers across the multiple product categories through robust demand planning and inventory management
  • Manage manufacturing demand planning, procurement, inventory controls and distribution activities for delivery of products for the Canadian business
  • Grow, lead, and mentor the inventory management and planning team and help to grow their skills and capabilities
  • Identify best practices and oversee development of new and improved processes and procedures
  • Works closely with internal and external stakeholders to optimize, new and existing operations/processes. Lead and manage projects to automate supply chain business processes and workflows
  • Lead and guide the Operations Planning team to analyze customer inventory requirements and associated material requirements to support and inform production needs, expediting as needed
  • Lead the optimization of PRIMED’s inventory & distribution across the network to improve service levels for all products and categories
  • Monitor and manage performance including the development and use of operational KPI metrics (e.g. inventory levels and turnover, buffer stock, material aging, forecast accuracy, etc.) to monitor the performance of the business, proactively manage gaps, and develop continuous improvement plans. Generate escalations to support decision taking as required
  • Lead the development and execution of an integrated Sales & Operational Planning process, ensuring the process is standardized and followed
  • Work with Sales to maintain a production forecast to cultivate sales while proactively managing long lead time materials and plant production capacity as required
  • Enhance the QMS Supplier Management policy and process. Collaborate with the Product Management and Strategic Sourcing teams to track and manage the performance and relationships of our global contract manufacturers to ensure timely and quality fulfillment of all orders.
  • Work with Quality Assurance team and Suppliers to resolve material non-conformances according to PRIMED’s ISO 13485 Quality Management System.
  • Work with 3rd Party Logistic Provider’s to optimize flow of goods between warehouses and customers while looking for opportunities to deliver efficiencies and improved effectiveness in our distribution activities.
  • Act as a member of the senior management team, forging close partnerships and cross functional relationships with all team members and across other functional areas
  • Manage and monitor suppliers and vendors activities and costs to ensure quality service and performance while proactively managing costs across all distribution and fulfillment channels
  • Work closely with Manager, Customer Care and Contracts to ensure an effortless customer fulfillment experience
  • Supports the Manager, Inventory & Distribution Operations as needed with inventory control, including transfers, new business incorporation, and old product rotation, and physical inventory counts
  • Support Forecasting and Planning team through strategic integration of inventory planning and sales processes
  • Optimize the current use and future development of the ERP System in alignment with the Information Systems Strategic roadmap.
  • Other duties as required.

Working Conditions

Attention is shifted from one job task to another frequently during the day. Therefore, time and priority management abilities in addition to excellent communication skills are essential for this position. Accuracy, attention to detail and the ability to multi-task are key success factors.

Examples of mental effort include:

  • Concentration, computer skills, assembly skills, reading comprehension, personnel skills, etc.
  • Able to understand and implement processes to achieve results
  • Leads and communicates with a change management mindset, providing constructive feedback and solutions.
  • Suggests, develops and implements solutions for process improvements, internal and external, to maximize efficiency and service reliability

Valid travel documents and the ability to travel to various jurisdictions legally is a requirement of the position.

Examples of physical effort include:

  • Working in a seated position at a desk, more than 6-7 hours per day
  • On occasion, lifting a box or other objects up to 40 lbs, as required
  • Seated on flights longer than 8 hours, as needed.

Qualifications

Given the critical role this individual will be expected to play in delivering on PRIMED’s mission, it is essential that the successful candidate possess the following core competencies, experience and attributes:

  • Five years of progressive senior inventory management and team leadership experience
  • University or College diploma/degree or equivalent experience. SCMP designation would be considered an asset.
  • Canada Customs or supply chain management training would also be considered an asset
  • Critical thinker and investigating problem-solving skills.
  • Strong leadership skills, people management experience, and unconditional passion for success.
  • Demonstrable ability to work on cross-functional and collaborative teams.
  • Project Management experience an asset
  • Previous related working experience, preferably in a multifaceted supply chain environment managing and supporting distribution operations
  • Demonstrated ability to create, modify and analyze documents and complex spreadsheets
  • Excellent Analytical and Strategic Planning skills including mid- and long-term planning
  • Demonstrated ability to write reports, procedures, correspondence, and complete all types of inventory management documentation and insurance claim forms
  • Working knowledge of ERP and Transportation software such as Sage 300, SAP, Microsoft AX would be considered an asset.

Other Assets

  • Highly proficient/advanced experience with Excel.
  • Advanced computer proficiency in a Windows based environment using Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Attention to detail and accuracy are key requirements
  • Organized, with excellent time management skills.

Hours of Work

This position is based in Edmonton. Office hours are Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., however work outside of these hours may be required from time to time basis and be discussed in advance.

How to Apply

This position is available immediately. Interested applicants may submit their cover letter and resume in a single document via the application form on www.PRIMED.ca/Careers.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, responses to applicants may be delayed. We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.

Note:  This job posting is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

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Manager, Transportation Operations (Edmonton, Alberta)
Job Details 

Position Title: Manager, Transportation Operations
Position Type: Permanent, full-time
Division: Operational Excellence, Operations
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Start Date: February 2021

 

Division Overview

The Operational Excellence Division encompasses various departments including across Supply Chain Operations including Transportation, Distribution, Customer Service, Operations Planning and Information Systems, while providing guidance and support to international Operations as required. The Operations team is responsible for all aspects of supply chain and logistics operations including strategy, planning and execution for all Canadian sales while providing world class customer service.

Position Function

The Manager, Transportation Operations is accountable for the day to day leadership and oversight of all transportation functions, activities and stakeholders. This includes having cost-effective transportation operations while maintaining the highest level of service to all customers and distribution partners across PRIMED. As a key member of PRIMED’s success, the role requires exceptional communication skills, team involvement, interpersonal skills and professionalism in order to perform day to day job tasks. The Manager, Transportation Operations will play a critical role in meeting customer service levels and delivering on PRIMED’s mission: to protect people from harmful substances and infectious diseases.

Working Relationships

The Manager, Transportation Operations reports directly to the Vice President, Operational Excellence and has close internal working relationships with Operations, Finance and all other PRIMED departments. Leading a team of two direct reports, the Manager must demonstrate PRIMED core values like collaboration and respect while fostering growth and continuous development.

Outside of the organization, the Manager is in direct contact with Warehouse Staff, Customers, Distributors, Freight Forwarders and 3rd Party Logistics and Transportation providers. The main purpose of this contact is to obtain, explain and exchange information, problem solving, negotiate rates and build strategic partnerships while interpreting and resolving conflicts.

Responsibilities

The following is a high-level description of the Manager’s responsibilities and is not mean to be all-inclusive:

  • International and Domestic freight management including network planning, costing and optimization
  • Coordinate and manage cargo movement across all shipping lines, rail lines, airlines, trans-loaders and trucking companies;
  • Tariff and duty management
  • Prepare and analyze all transportation costs and service levels to provide recommendations to deliver improved efficiency, effectiveness and service
  • Negotiate and organize all freight rates and service levels with carriers
  • Develop and implement a transportation plan and strategy to ensure flexible, scalable and sustainable transportation operations
  • Support and prepare shipping documents (when required) for FOB, DDP, DAP or CIF Customers & Distributors, as required
  • Proactively manage, track and log incidents and Customer complaints in the Service Incident database and follows up with applicable department(s) to ensure resolution and closure. Analyze incidents to find root cause and implement proactive, corrective actions.
  • Works with accounting leadership to resolve any discrepancies and issues that may arise as they relate to transportation activities within the organization
  • Manage and oversee all Freight Claims for Canadian international and domestic freight including tracking and analysis of all freight claims
  • Develop and maintain a reliable network of carriers by specific mode type of transport in order to ensure competitive and reliable transportation service offerings
  • Support team with interpretation and execution of all types of freight documentation, policies and procedures including, customs, freight and brokerage as required
  • Supports the Manager, Inventory & Distribution Operations as needed with inventory control, including transfers, new business incorporation, and old product rotation, and physical inventory counts
  • Other duties as required.

Working Conditions

Attention is shifted from one job task to another frequently during the day. Therefore, time and priority management abilities in addition to excellent communication skills are essential for this position. Accuracy, attention to detail and the ability to multi-task are key success factors.

Examples of mental effort include:

  • Calculating cost per case
  • Analyzing and reviewing freight costs as a percent of sales
  • Reviewing on time delivery
  • Multi-tasking abilities and time management skills are required for this position
  • Interruptions come from requests for assistance or new tasks as directed
  • Concentration, computer skills, assembly skills, reading comprehension, personnel skills, etc.
  • Communicating with Transportation staff, Customers, PRIMED staff, Distributors, 3rd Party Logistics Providers and Freight Companies

Valid travel documents and the ability to travel to various jurisdictions legally is a requirement of the position.

Examples of physical effort include:

  • Working in a seated position at a desk, more than 6-7 hours per day
  • On occasion, lifting a box or other objects up to 40 lbs, as required
  • Occasional product pick-ups and/or delivery to Customers or staff, as required.

The ability to use computers and equipment effectively and accurately in a timely manner is required.

Qualifications

Given the critical role this individual will be expected to play in delivering on PRIMED’s mission, it is essential that the successful candidate possess the following core competencies, experience and attributes:

  • Minimum five years of demonstrated transportation management across complex domestic and international freight networks
  • University or College diploma/degree or equivalent experience. CITT-Certified Logistics Professional (CCLP) designation considered an asset.
  • Canada Customs or supply chain management training would also be considered an asset
  • Previous related working experience, preferably in a multifaceted supply chain environment managing and supporting distribution operations
  • Demonstrated ability to create, modify and analyze documents and complex spreadsheets
  • Excellent Analytical and Strategic Planning skills including mid- and long-term planning
  • Leadership and people management experience and skill set
  • Demonstrated ability to write reports, procedures, correspondence, and complete all types of freight management documentation and insurance claim forms
  • Ability to read, understand and interpret such things as reports, shipping documents, and procedures and manuals
  • Working knowledge of ERP and Transportation software such as Sage 300, SAP, Microsoft AX would be considered an asset.
  • Advanced computer proficiency in a Windows based environment using Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook

Other Assets

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Attention to detail and accuracy are key requirements
  • Organized, with excellent time management skills.

Hours of Work

This position is based in Edmonton and typical office hours are Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., however work outside of these hours may be required from time to time basis and be discussed in advance.

How to Apply

This position is available immediately. Interested applicants may submit their cover letter and resume in a single document via the application form on www.PRIMED.ca/Careers.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, responses to applicants may be delayed. We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.

Note:  This job posting is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

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Maintenance Supervisor - Day Shift (Cambridge, Ontario)
Job Details 

Position Title: Maintenance Supervisor
Position Type: Permanent, Full-time, Day shift with afternoon and night shift responsibilities
Base Salary: $81,000.00-$89,000.00 annually
Division: Manufacturing
Location: Cambridge, Ontario
Start Date: February 2021

 

Departmental Overview

PRIMED Medical Products Manufacturing Ltd.’s (“PRIMED Cambridge”) Production team is dedicated to the manufacturing of the highest quality medical devices that will deliver on our mission: to protect people from harmful substances and infectious disease. This includes responsibility over all aspects of the product from raw material to finished goods while adhering to safety protocols, manufacturing best practices, and PRIMED’s Quality Management System.

Position Function

Working in a production-critical environment, the Maintenance Supervisor must have a customer service mindset in a team environment. They are detail oriented, strive for a “done right” attitude, and takes pride in the work completed in a very fast-paced, high speed, and demanding environment. As part of the manufacturing process, the Maintenance Supervisor will be responsible to supervise, schedule and coordinate all plant process maintenance work while maximizing production, efficiency, availability and reliability.

When new lines are installed, the role will require setup, operation of the machines, based on the experience and training provided by the technical experts from China. Adjustments and unjamming the machine to meet different specifications will be required and a commitment to high response rate and uptime is critical.

Working Relationships

The Maintenance Supervisor will report to the Plant Manager with initial training provided by experienced Mechanics from PRIMED’s Asian facilities. Machines imported from PRIMED’s China plants will be configured using PRIMED’s proprietary knowhow and will require interaction with the Chinese counterparts. Communication with fellow team members and production staff will ensure continuous and reliable production of the correct product at the correct specifications. The Maintenance Supervisor must demonstrate patience and a coaching attitude and be willing to educate and train Operators.

Responsibilities

The following is a list of the high-level activities or deliverables with the goal to maximize production equipment efficiency and reduce waste to the manufacturing line through process efficiencies:

  • Responsible and accountable for machine and equipment up time.
  • Lead a team of licensed millwright and electricians to ensure machinery is maintained efficiently. Plan coordinate, assign and supervise mechanic employee day-to-day activities
  • Prepare and produce a preventative maintenance system in collaboration with PRIMED China.
  • Maintain production related equipment and understand the setup, installation, and testing of equipment using PRIMED’s internal processes and procedures new lines or machines, as required
  • Responsible for tracking and documenting machine stoppages, performing preventive/predictive maintenance, and root cause analysis.
  • Reduce equipment downtime and improve machine effectiveness.
  • Coach and lead maintenance team members on multiple shifts with communications, collaboration, and feedback.
  • Coordinate safety inspections and regulatory compliance following ESA, PSHSR and TSSA.
  • Continuously seek and research new developments in the industry;
  • Cleaning, lubricating and performing other routine maintenance work on machines
  • Mechanical troubleshooting and ongoing maintenance based on maintenance schedule
  • Keep detailed and accurate maintenance report and documentation
  • Root cause analysis within a Quality Management System
  • Documentation and training of repair procedures
  • Follow all plant rules and safety regulations
  • All aspects of facility up keep including but not limited to inspections and maintenance of fire suppression systems and extinguishers, compressed air systems, building and equipment electrical systems, security, plumbing, heating and cooling, mechanical and structural inspections whether through internal resources or externally contracted partners.
  • Support Plant Manager with special projects and work flow improvements, as required.

Working Conditions

Attention is shifted from one job task to another frequently during the day. This is a hands-on role; therefore, time and priority management abilities in addition to excellent communication skills are essential. Other conditions and requirements of the role include:

  • Accuracy, attention to detail and the ability to multi-task
  • Calm and hard working with an analytical mindset
  • Must wear all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) supplied
  • Lifting, moving and stacking 10-40 lbs (e.g. raw material roll on machine)
  • Ability to read English, Work Instructions, Manuals, and other documents
  • Experience as a machine operator in a fast-paced environment is an asset
  • Able to deal with people sensitively, tactfully, diplomatically, and professionally
  • Work independently, self directed, and collaborate in a team environment.

Qualifications

  • Five years of progressive demonstrated abilities leading a maintenance team
  • Must hold a valid trade license as either a Millwright or Electrician
  • Positive attitude and willingness to develop new skill as manufacturing increases
  • Highly flexible and eager to learn
  • Working knowledge of safety standards of equipment’s
  • Able to provide and support other shift supervisors
  • Attention to detail and ability to find defects or methods of improvement
  • Ability to work in a start up like environment with growth and evolution on the horizon.

Hours of Work

The Maintenance Supervisor’s position is a permanent full-time position with day, afternoon, and night shift responsibilities. At times, it will be necessary for the Maintenance Supervisor to come in during the afternoon or night shift. Some overtime may be required and will be discussed and agreed upon in advance.

How to Apply

This position is available immediately. Interested applicants may submit their cover letter and resume in a single document via PRIMED's webform below.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, responses to applicants may be delayed. We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.

 

NOTE: This job posting is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as required to meet the ongoing needs of the organization

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Human Resources Generalist - Day Shift (Cambridge, Ontario)
Job Details 

Position Title: Human Resources Generalist
Position Type: Permanent, full-time
Division: Finance and Administration
Location: Cambridge, Ontario
Start Date: February 2021

 

Division Overview

The Finance and Administration department is responsible for providing accounting, administrative, and human resources support to the various departments for PRIMED Cambridge. This includes full cycle accounting, payroll, fixed assets, generating financial statements and ensuring the overall success of the business. Human Resources is guided by ensuring policies and procedures are administered fairly with the goal of being an employer of choice. By providing accurate, timely information in a fair and balanced manner, the team ensure decisions can be made with the best data available.

Position Function

The Human Resources Generalist (HR Generalist) is accountable for fostering the core values at PRIMED and maintaining the trust between employees and the organization. Along with the HR & Office Associate, they are part of the day to day administration of human resources duties like recruitment, onboarding, benefits, training, and payroll. They are responsible for training and retention of training records to comply with our Quality Management System. Working with the Plant Manager, the HR Generalist will lead recruitment and onboarding of new talent. They will also deliver on training and be a key part of the continuous development of policies and practices to ensure PRIMED remains an employer of choice.

As a key member of PRIMED’s success, the role requires exceptional communication skills, teamwork, interpersonal skills and professionalism to foster an employee focused, high performing culture. The HR Generalist will play a critical role in ensuring our most important asset, our team, is able to deliver PRIMED’s mission: to protect people from harmful substances and infectious diseases.

Working Relationships

The HR Generalist reports directly to the local Plant Controller with support and guidance from the Manager, Human Resources in Edmonton. They will have close internal working relationships with Production and all other PRIMED departments and team members. In this hands-on role, the HR Generalist must demonstrate PRIMED core values like collaboration, trust and respect while fostering a superior working environment where the manufacturing team can operate at peak production levels.

Outside of the organization, the HR Generalist is in direct contact with prospective employees, benefits vendors, and recruiting partners. In many ways, the HR Generalist is the person who can articulate and demonstrate the core values to anybody. Public speaking and clearly sharing the value proposition of working at PRIMED is key.

Responsibilities

The following is a high-level description of the HR Generalist’s responsibilities and is not mean to be all-inclusive:

  • Payroll and benefits administration and reconciliation
  • Responsible for working with Supervisors on full cycle recruiting including strategy for recruitment, interviews, and providing advice or guidance in the selection process
  • Prepare job offer letters or employment contracts for successful candidates
  • Deliver team member onboarding orientation, development and training
  • Responsible for employment and quality document management and the retention of records like training records according to PRIMED’s Quality Management System
  • Research and advise on career paths to help guide team members journey in at PRIMED
  • Refine and administer performance management tools (e.g. Probation, One-on-One, Annual Reviews)
  • Provide coaching to supervisors on full cycle feedback mechanisms including disciplinary actions
  • Fostering continuous professional development of team members with internal or third party training
  • Policy development and documentation with regulatory compliance and best practices in mind
  • Administration, organizational, and space planning
  • Responsible for fostering the success of the Health and Safety Committee
  • Foster team member safety, welfare, and overall physical and mental wellness
  • Investigate workplace complaints or feedback and provide proposed solutions
  • Respond to team member enquiries about insurance, payroll, retirement, policies, etc.
  • Maintain HR records, skills matrix, and maintain confidential team member personal files while complying with privacy guidelines
  • Analyze HRMS information to provide guidance and insights into team performance and continuous development of industry best practices.
  • Provide guidance and administer offboarding of team members, as required.
  • Supports the leadership team as needed with other duties as required.

Working Conditions

Attention is shifted from one job task to another frequently during the day. Therefore, time and priority management abilities in addition to excellent communication skills are essential for this position. Accuracy, attention to detail and the ability to multi-task are key success factors.

Examples of mental effort include:

  • Calculating payroll related factors including premiums and taxes
  • Analyzing and reviewing benefits costs as a factor of team member satisfaction
  • Multi-tasking abilities and time management skills are required for this position
  • Interruptions come from requests for assistance or new tasks as directed
  • Concentration, computer skills, assembly skills, reading comprehension, personnel skills, etc.
  • Communicating and developing a relationship with all PRIMED team members.

Examples of physical effort include:

  • Working in a seated position at a desk, more than 6-7 hours per day
  • On occasion, lifting a box or other objects up to 40 lbs, as required

The ability to use computers and equipment effectively and accurately in a timely manner is required.

Qualifications

Given the critical role this individual will be expected to play in delivering on PRIMED’s mission, it is essential that the successful candidate possess the following core competencies, experience and attributes:

  • Demonstrated experience handing confidential and sensitive information
  • Excellent communicator including listening, speaking, and writing skills
  • Minimum five years of Human Resources administration across medium sized manufacturing organizations
  • University or college diploma/degree or equivalent experience. CPHR designation is considered an asset
  • Demonstrated ability to create, modify and analyze documents and complex spreadsheets
  • Excellent strategic planning skills including mid- and long-term planning
  • Leadership and people management experience and skill set
  • Demonstrated ability to write reports, procedures, correspondence, and complete all types of documentation and forms
  • Working knowledge of an HRMS (e.g. ADP Workforce Now) would be considered an asset.
  • Advanced computer proficiency in a Windows based environment using Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook

Other Assets

  • Attention to detail and accuracy are key requirements
  • Organized, with excellent time management skills.

Hours of Work

The HR Generalist position is a permanent full-time position with day, afternoon, and night shift responsibilities. At times, it will be necessary for the HR Generalist to come in during the afternoon or night shift. Some overtime may be required and will be discussed and agreed upon in advance.

How to Apply

This position is available immediately. Interested applicants may submit their cover letter and resume in a single document via the form to the left.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, responses to applicants may be delayed. We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.

NOTE: This job posting is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as required to meet the ongoing needs of the organization

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Mechanic and Machine Maintenance - 442A electrician or 433A millwright (Cambridge, Ontario)
Job Details 

Position Title: Mechanic and Machine Maintenance (442A electrician or 433A millwright)
Position Type: Full-time, permanent, hourly
Shift: Afternoon (3:00 pm to 11:30 pm) and Night (11:00 pm to 7:30 am)
Division: Production
Location: Cambridge, Ontario
Start Date: 1-2 weeks

Departmental Overview

PRIMED Medical Products Manufacturing Ltd.’s (“PRIMED Cambridge”) Production team is dedicated to the manufacturing of the highest quality medical devices that will deliver on our mission: to protect people from harmful substances and infectious disease. This includes responsibility over all aspects of the product from raw material to finished goods while adhering to safety protocols, manufacturing best practices, and PRIMED’s Quality Management System.

Position Function

The Mechanic and Machine Maintenance (Mechanic) is detail oriented, focused and takes pride in the work completed in a fast-paced, high speed environment. As part of the manufacturing process, the Mechanic is responsible for ensuring proper functioning of the various production machines, installation and assembly of new machines and equipment, adjusting and repairing equipment, calibration, and proactively performing maintenance to ensure it operates at peak efficiency. When new lines come onboard, the role will require setup and operation testing of the line machine based off the experience and training provided by the China counterparts. Adjustments and unjamming the machine to meet different specifications will be required and a commitment to high response rate and uptime is critical.

Working Relationships

The Mechanic will report to the Plant Manager with initial training provided by experienced Mechanics from PRIMED’s overseas facilities. Machines imported from PRIMED’s China plants will be configured using PRIMED’s proprietary knowhow and will require interacting with the Chinese counterparts. Communication with fellow team members and production staff will ensure continuous and reliable production of the correct product at the correct specifications. Mechanics will demonstrate patience and a coaching attitude to educate and train Operators.

Responsibilities

The following is a list of the high-level activities or deliverables with the goal to maximize production equipment efficiency and reduce waste to the manufacturing line through process efficiencies:

  • Setup, installation, and testing using PRIMED’s internal processes and procedures new lines or machines, as required
  • Responsible for addressing live stoppages and performing preventive/predictive maintenance.
  • Installations of new equipment
  • Coordinate safety inspections and regulatory compliance following ESA, PSHSR and TSSA.
  • Check, adjust and repair various systems including:
    • Welding roller
    • Ultrasonic welding systems
    • Changing of electrical boards
  • Cleaning, lubricating and performing other routine maintenance work on machines
  • Mechanical troubleshooting and ongoing maintenance based on maintenance schedule
  • Keep detailed and accurate maintenance report and documentation
  • Root cause analysis within a Quality Management System
  • Documentation and training of repair procedures
  • Follow all plant rules and safety regulations
  • Support Plant Manager with special projects and work flow improvements, as required.

Working Conditions

Attention is shifted from one job task to another frequently during the day. This is a hands-on role; therefore, time and priority management abilities in addition to excellent communication skills are essential. Other conditions and requirements of the role include:

  • Accuracy, attention to detail and the ability to multi-task
  • Calm and hard working with an analytical mindset
  • Must wear all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) supplied
  • Lifting, moving and stacking 10-40 lbs (e.g. raw material roll on machine)
  • Ability to read English, Work Instructions, Manuals, and other documents
  • Experience as a machine operator in a fast-paced environment is an asset
  • Able to deal with people sensitively, tactfully, diplomatically, and professionally
  • Work independently, self directed, and collaborate in a team environment.

Qualifications

  • Must be legally eligible to work in Canada and be a minimum age of 18 years old
  • Licensed millwright or electrician (442A electrician or 433A millwright)
  • Ability to read and write English and communicate effectively with teammates
  • Positive attitude and willingness to develop new skill as manufacturing increases
  • Highly flexible and eager to learn
  • Working knowledge of safety standards of equipments
  • Attention to detail and ability to find defects or methods of improvement
  • Ability to work in a start up like environment with growth and evolution on the horizon.

Hours of Work

The Mechanic and Machine Maintenance position is a permanent full-time position with an afternoon, and night shift available. Some overtime may be required and will be discussed and agreed upon in advance. Training will occur during the day shift.

How to Apply

This position is available immediately. Interested applicants may submit their cover letter and resume in a single document via Indeed. Please state which shift(s) you are available for.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, responses to applicants may be delayed. We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.

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Various Positions (Cambridge, Ontario)
Job Details 

PRIMED Cambridge is looking for the following roles for the following shifts:

  • Day: 7:00 am - 3:30 pm
  • Afternoon: 3:00 pm - 11:30 pm
  • Night: 11:00 pm - 7:30 am

We are proud to offer a competitive shift premium for both the afternoon and night shift.


WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATE (Day-shift)

The Warehouse Associate is a key member of the facility and works very closely with Warehouse Coordinator and every member of the team. They will unload, record, and move safely to the storage location all incoming raw material shipments. During production, they will also work with the production team and pull any materials required. The safe movement of raw material and finished goods is paramount for the Warehouse Associate. After moving the product from production to warehouse, they will perform a cycle count, pull orders, and ensure efficient storage of finished goods. While the work is labourious, they will take pride in the work completed because they ensure delivery of our product to the end-user.

QUALITY ASSURANCE LINE INSPECTOR (Afternoon-shift)
The Quality Control (QC) Line Inspector is a hands-on team player and is responsible for performing and completing tasks and requirements according to prescribed work instructions, inspection plans, or specification verification. This role applies the Quality Management Systems (QMS) on a daily basis to ensure high-quality products reach our customers. They will be very detailed oriented in the inspection process including documentation, records, and finished products. They will perform critical testing according to various established work instructions while interpreting and recording data into the QMS system. By providing evidence of results to the QC Supervisor, the QC Line Inspector will actively participant in production of products and continuing to improve and optimize PRIMED’s world-class quality.

PRODUCTION OPERATORS (Afternoon, Night-shifts)
The Production Operator is detail-oriented, focused and takes pride in the work completed in a fast-paced, high-speed environment. As part of the manufacturing process, the Production Operator is responsible for ensuring proper operation of their machine and proactively taking actions to ensure it operates at peak efficiency. The role will require setup, loading, and operation of the line machine with the established procedures and guidelines. Adjustments to the machine to meet different specifications will be required and a commitment to a high-quality output, with minimal wasted materials and time is key.

HOW TO APPLY
If you’re interested in any of the roles, please reach out to our employment partner Randstad Canada Staffing. Carrie Hamer can be reached at 519-740-6944 Extension 1 or Carrie.Hamer@randstad.ca.

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