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
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Human Resources Manager (Etobicoke, Ontario) 75K to 85K plus bonus
The Human Resources Manager will coordinate, implement and administer various HR programs in this manufacturing facility. Reporting directly to Plant / General Manager, you will be part of the management / decision team. Health and safety initiatives are a key priority while adding value to the management team, KPIs and facilitating various agendas. You will promote open door policy and maintaining fairness, equity and respect in the workplace. Co-ordinates, implements and administers HR programs,supports the implementation and application of various personnel policies, procedures and guidelines. Employee relations, Human Resources administration, full cycle recruitment and orientation, Health and Safety policy and training. Oversee administration of performance management, training / development initiatives along with excellent communication skills - verbal and written.
Health & Safety Coordinator (Oshawa, Ontario) 70K to 85K + bonus
Manufacturing company in Oshawa area is looking for individual with three to five (3-5) years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience in a large manufacturing industry. CRSP designation an asset. Experience as an ISO lead auditor is preferred. Experience working in a unionized environment. Strong communication, presentation and reporting skills. Knowledge of applicable legislation and regulations including the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Promotes a positive health and safety culture in the workplace ensuring compliance with safety legislation and safety policies and practices are adopted and adhered to. The role provides strategic occupational health and safety leadership that effectively mitigates risk and is proactively sustainable. Leads the Safety process between management, and production, ensuring plant is in compliance with provincial and federal laws and company policy in these areas. You will be the leader of the H&S Management System OHSA 18001. Primary contact with regulatory agencies relative to HS&E inspections, inquiries and associated corrective action plans and reporting requirements. (MOL, MOE) Management co-chair of the Joint Health & Safety Committee with direct oversight of their development. Collectively works with hourly and salaried team. Ensures the annual Safety Inspections (MBWAs) are complete and corrective actions are documented and in place. Assists supervisors and management on health and safety incidents, corrective actions and coordinates their communication and implementation. Coaches Supervisors on the IRS (Internal Responsibility System) and supports their ongoing development. Works with management to minimize lost time and reportable accidents. Manages workplace trends by tracking all incidents at the site identifying type of injuries, root causes, and near misses. Manages & maintains all safety documentation and regulatory records. Facilitates training needs assessment and training program for health and safety are in place and are carried out by the departments.
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.
Production Supervisor (Toronto, Ontario) 70K to 80K
Major multinational manufacturing operation in the GTA is looking for a Production Supervisor, ideally with a Diploma or Degree to oversee a Continental shift of unionized individuals in this continuous process operation. You will provide leadership to department employees by directing, coaching, supporting and delegating as the situation requires. You will also serve as a role model in the areas of leadership, teamwork, customer focus, continuous improvement, safety, and environmental stewardship to ensure alignment with the company’s vision and critical success factors. You will generate solutions to problems with equipment and provide suggestions for new solutions to production problems, develop employees' understanding of the manufacturing process. Promote safe work practices and provide resources to assure that equipment and personnel operate in a safe manner. Promote environmental awareness and assure that equipment is operated in alignment with plant environmental goals. Establish and meet production and efficiency goals. To coordinate the department activities with other departments to minimize downtime, make efficient use of manpower and eliminate recurrent 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.
Electrician (Toronto, Ontario) $31 to $34/hour
Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the successful candidate, in possession of an Electrician Ticket (309A or 442A) will be responsible for the safe execution of their duties. This is a 3 shift operation located in West GTA. There is as much or as little O/T as you wish - not mandatory - and begins after 8 hours work in the day. There is a profit share program along with many other perks / benefits which will be discussed with interested / qualified candidates. Your daily tasks will include but not be limited to the interpreting and use of appropriate sections of the current Ontario Electrical Safety Code. Consult manufacturers' manuals to determine test and maintenance procedures. Read and interpret drawings, circuit diagrams and electrical code specifications to carry out assigned tasks. Use test equipment to evaluate new, repaired, in-service and stored equipment using manufacturer’s recommendations and safety precautions. Troubleshoot and isolate faults in electrical systems and replace faulty parts. Troubleshoot failures and perform necessary repairs. Perform periodic tasks and inspections of equipment and systems to observe operating conditions and determine need for repair or adjustments. Execute preventative maintenance activities including trouble shooting and repairs to all mill equipment in a timely manner. Provide project insight as identified by management. Participate in safety programs and ensure the application of our safety standards for all maintenance operations. Train and guide new employees to carryout tasks safely and based on procedures and practices. Work in a safe productive manner to maximize quality, efficiency and availability while minimizing maintenance cost and unscheduled downtime. Carryout all other tasks as assigned.
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