The following is a listing of positions ICS Management Group has available. If you have skills in these or other similar areas, or if you represent a company looking for professionals with these skills or others, please don't hesitate to contact ICS Management Group at (519) 576-3322
Please e-mail all resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org and your Personal Advisor will be in touch.
Director of Health & Safety (Toronto, Ontario) 130K to 140K (35%+ bonus) Car Package- Relocation Assist
As the Director of Health and Safety you will formulate the safety strategy and effectively manage safety priorities throughout the company. Develop and drive safety initiatives across the business and provide guidance on consistent practices (US/Canada) Lead safety specialists, direct and indirect, by developing and carrying out procedures that effectively investigate, report, and control accidents as well as health exposures in the company. Supports internal customers by serving as subject matter expert in assigned areas by interpreting regulations, providing information to address a customer need and provide guidance in the development of programs and policy. The Director Occupational Health and Safety will provide guidance, awareness, and proactive leadership and solutions to ensure safe and reliable operations while acting as a change leader, educator, advocate, consultant, and mentor for the safety culture of the company.
Environmental Manager (Oshawa, Ontario) 95K to 105K plus 25% bonus
Environmental Manager, responsible for ensuring manufacturing / process plant is in compliance with environmental legal requirements at federal, provincial and municipal level based in the Oshawa Ontario area. On behalf of the facility, obtains required permits and approvals, prepares environmental reports, co-ordinates monitoring and testing of wastewater discharges, air emissions and waste streams. Primary contact of environmental agencies such as Ministry of the Environment, Environment Canada, Department of Fisheries and Oceans and Ministry of Natural Resources. Negotiates conditions and environmental requirements with government agencies associated with environmental license and permits. Ensuring that all required reporting is conducted on time and that suitable backup measures are covered in defined policies and procedures, this includes but is not limited to all requirements for air, water, solid/liquid waste, and/or any specific local requirements or consent decrees. Ensuring implementation, maintenance and certification of Environmental Management System ISO 14001. Auditing, analyzing and reporting environmental performance to internal and external clients and regulatory bodies. Maintain all records associated with environmental activities at the plant
Heavy Equipment Mechanic - Steady Days (Stratford, Ontario)
MUST HAVE 421A ticket - to work on a wide variety of heavy equipment in shop. Long term employment. Steady days in small department. Some flexibility to set your own hours. $35.70 rate with O/T after 8 hours in day. As much or as little O/T as you want. Defined pension with additional employer / employee contribution available, benefits, annual bonus incentive, quarterly safety payout, safety equipment allowance, all tools provided and more.
Mechanical Maintenance Manager - (London, Ontario) 105K to 115K plus 40% bonus
The incumbent manages all Mechanical Maintenance activities within the plant. Primary function is to maintain and continually plan reliability and operations within a fixed budget and to provide a safe operating environment by performing duties personally or through subordinates. Manages subordinates supervisors who will supervise all hourly employees in the Maintenance Department. In addition manages Mechanical Maintenance Controller directly and indirectly the Planner and Predictive Supervisor. Responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of these units. Carries out management responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. Oversees repairs, maintenance, and installation of machines, tools, and equipment to ensure continuous production operations. Approves preventive maintenance program in conjunction with engineering and maintenance staff. Plans, develops, and implements new methods and procedures designed to improve operations, minimize operating costs, and effect greater utilization of labour and materials. Confers with management, engineering, and quality control personnel to resolve maintenance problems and recommend measures to improve operations and conditions of machines and equipment.
Electrical Automation Manager (Toronto, Ontario) Salary, bonus, car package, relocation assistance (if necessary)
A multi-national manufacturing leader – based in East GTA – seeks an individual, for a newly created Corporate position, as the Electrical Automation Manager. While responsibilities and time spent, will be primarily for facilities within the province, but with additional responsibilities for two US operations. The incumbent – preferably an Engineer - will provide electrical and automation guidance as well as technical expertise to the Electrical Maintenance teams at the locations. You will support the specific needs and priorities of the operations and be responsible for managing and coordinating projects. You will support continuous improvement by identifying potential investment opportunities, making feasibility studies and defining priorities by ensuring technical evaluation of proposals, technical specifications and documenting the correct decisions. Support the project teams in the facility, organizing and giving suggestions to them, and providing electrical and automation works by making the best choice in activities related to solving electrical and automation problems. Defining group performance process, evaluating problems, proposing solutions and following basic performance, short, medium and long term activity plans. Other duties as assigned.
Mechanical Maintenance Engineer (Stratford, Ontario) 85K to 92K Plus Bonus - Relocation Package
Client looking for an individual - Mechanical Engineering or similar Degree from recognized University - to take on the responsibility of overseeing two (2) Maintenance Supervisors directly and indirectly 15 to 20 union millwrights. This is a development role leading into more senior responsible positions in this worldwide Corporation. This would best suit an individual from unionized heavy industry environment - safety and environmental challenges incurred in operation with large machinery, noise, dust, heat, cold etc.
Electrical Supervisor - STEADY DAYS (Oshawa) 80K to 85K plus 20% Bonus
Well established manufacturing organization requires DAY SHIFT Electrical Supervisor. You will possess either a three-year college diploma or ticket with one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. You will have strong supervisory skills/experience along with knowledge of applicable legislation and regulations including the Occupational Health and Safety Act. You supervise and coordinate activities of 12+ union Electricians in the areas of safety, construction, maintenance, and repair of high, medium and low voltage power systems, machine controls, process controls, drives, distributed control systems, lighting, PLC and advanced control systems. You will carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Your responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees, designing, estimating, planning, assigning, and directing work, appraising performance, rewarding and disciplining employees along with addressing complaints and resolving problems.
Development Production Supervisor Program 70K to 90K plus 10% bonus plus O/T
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Business or a related field with additional higher education and/or training a plus. Must be available to work all schedules as required, cross-train as required, and be able to display proficiency in the technical aspects of the area assigned. Must have a minimum of two years manufacturing experience and prior supervisory/managerial experience preferred The primary objective of the Developmental Supervisor position is to prepare talent for future leadership positions within the Corporation through on the job training and aggressive performance management. Coaching and mentoring by the leadership management team is a fundamental element of this development. Candidates train/learn/develop and understand all aspects involved in the production, processing and quality. Once the development is complete, candidates will be able to move into a permanent role based upon the needs of the business, the competencies exhibited by the candidate and the contribution made to the business through completion of management objectives. Program duration is 1-3 years. The incumbent gains supervision and leadership skill development while learning the technical processes of the plant within this heavy industrial environment. Additionally the individual coordinates repairs to equipment with the Maintenance Department and coordinate department functions with other departments to maintain production and keep sufficient materials on hand for production. Major interactions include: other supervisors and/or Team Leads; Maintenance Department for repairs of equipment and machinery avoiding production delay; HR & Safety regarding attendance records, disciplinary action, timecards, case management, accidents/incidents etc.
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