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Our business is growing and we’re looking for amazing people like you! With eight facilities across North America, encompassing everything from CRB manufacturing to top-quality carton-making, we offer many positions across the entire range of packaging excellence.
We will look to strengthen our teams in the coming months! If you don’t see the role for you we would love to hear from you. Submit your resume for general consideration. Click here!
PaperWorks is an equal opportunity employer committed to abiding by all applicable human rights, employment standards and accessibility legislation.
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Strathcona Paper is North America’s only paper board company dedicated exclusively to the manufacture and supply of medium to heavy-weight paper board. The company has grown to become the box board of choice for North America’s largest consumer brands. Strathcona Paper is a subsidiary of PaperWorks Industries, Inc. which has 16 facilities across North America.
This is an exciting opportunity to work alongside other packaging professionals as a member of our PacDev team in our recently-renovated office facility. Do you have a Graphic Management background or Art Work Management background? Even if you do not have ALL of the skills listed, please still submit your resume for consideration!
The Structural Designer will work in a Hybrid/Remote role as part of our North American Packaging Development and Support Services group to deliver innovative packaging design solutions to our clients. This person will collaborate on ideation, develop concepts and prototypes, consult with our clients and manufacturing teams to validate, and optimize production-ready CAD structures.
This individual must ensure compliance to all health and safety policies, rules and regulations and universal housekeeping standards. He or she is expected to meet or exceed production, efficiency and quality requirements at all times. This will be a hybrid remote position
(2 days per week in the office design center, 3 days working from home office).
The successful candidate MUST live within driving distance of one of these three locations:
Kitchener, Ontario Canada
The Demand Planner is responsible for participation in the monthly S&OP process, running the forecasting model, and working with the commercial team to drive accuracy through the demand plan. The Demand Planner is also responsible for modeling and forecast production requirements by family by asset through sites, and making suggestions for network level loading.
This individual must ensure compliance to all health and safety policies, rules and regulations and universal housekeeping standards. He or she is expected to meet or exceed production, efficiency and quality requirements at all times.
This position will be supporting both the KIT and BVL sites. This role will involve remote work, but the incumbent will need to be able to report to work at one of the sites as required. Successful candidate will need to be within driving area of one of our locations in either Kitchener, ON- Canada, Baldwinsville, NY, Greensboro, NC
The Finishing Operator is responsible for the operation of the equipment in the Finishing Department. The employee ensures conformance to all Health and Safety Policies, Rules and Regulations and general housekeeping standards. Meets or exceeds production, efficiency and quality requirements at all times.