Safety, Environment & Quality
Awareness and communication of departmental operation changes with impact to the safety of employees; compliance to all OHS, and organizational safety policies and procedures.
Ensures Area Superintendent’s are providing operating standards, instruction manuals and other operational guidance to ensure efficient operation.
Maintains high level of accountability for quality in all areas of responsibility to meet customer demands.
Be aware of environmental responsibilities and maintains compliance with environmental regulations.
Escalates any safety, environmental or quality issues with potential for negative impact on the business.
Operations & Key Job Accountabilities
Informs the Power & Recovery Chief of pertinent operating, equipment and personnel matters as they arise in the department.
Liaises with Area Superintendents to ensure effectiveness of MBOS and that departmental KPI’s are being met.
Supports the operation reactors, turbines, boilers, generators, condensers and auxiliary equipment to maximize efficiency of operations.
Closely liaises and communicates with Operations and Power & Recovery departments to ensure operation is optimized, directing to ensure that distribution, outages, repairs and power supplies are continuously met
Monitors grid and conduct inspections to identify equipment failure, power disruptions and outages.
Supports start up and shut down power plant equipment, control switching operations, regulate water levels and communicate with systems operators to regulate and coordinate transmission loads, frequency and line voltages.
Ensures that maintenance work is identified, organized, planned and executed in the department.
Prepares, reports, and maintains accurate record keeping and documentation.
Assists management in decisions in the Power & Recovery area to meet mill and customer needs.
Assists area teams in analyzing operational difficulties and initiate necessary action to overcome them.
Assists in industrial process control in the Power and Recovery operations.
Represent the company in various industry groups, technical and operating.
Maintains a positive and professional management style that supports teamwork and the aids employees in achieving organizational objectives.
Valid Inter-provincial or Second Class Power Engineer Certificate.
Minimum five (5) years experience with high-pressure boilers and auxiliary equipment, Pulp mill experience preferred.
Effectively communicate the operation of the Power and Recovery Department functions as it applies to mill production processes.
Demonstrated leadership in problem-solving techniques, troubleshoot and resolve technical, operation and personnel matters.
Effective communications and interpersonal skills to respond to internal customer needs and enhance team work.
Combination of equivalent experience and education.