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Leclerc, a North American leader in the snack food manufacturing industry, is seeking a strong Plant Engineer to join its most recent production plant located in Cornwall, ON  and which is due to begin production in the spring of 2019.

Leclerc, a thriving family company, manufactures snack bars, crackers and cookies for distribution to more than thirty countries all over the world. For more than 110 years, Leclerc has successfully balanced innovation, freshness, and good taste, pleasing customers of all ages. For the past decade, Leclerc invested in its Canadian facilities, two in Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures and one in Hawkesbury, with state‑of‑the‑art production equipment. While these three plants are destined for growth in the near future, our success warrants further expansion of our production capacity in Canada, which translates in this strategically located facility in Cornwall, Ontario. Just like Leclerc’s seven existing plants (4 are in USA), this future production site will be high-tech and devoted to some of the niche products Leclerc proudly prepares for its clientele. 

This career opportunity within our group is an amazing opportunity for the right candidate to join an experienced and high-level team, yet be a key member of a brand-new leadership team locally.

Position Summary

 


Reporting directly to the Plant Manager, the Plant Engineer advises and supports the plant management team in day-to-day operations. Being the primary contact with the corporate engineering team, he acts as the plant’s lead technical manager providing guidance to the maintenance as well as the technical and continuous improvement departments. This position brings method, structure and consistency while ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements and our various engineering processes. The plant engineer partakes in the development of Leclerc Foods production growth by recommending equipment that ensures operational efficiency, safety, quality, and long-term profitability of the plant.

 

Responsibilities

 


  • As the direct link between the corporate Engineering management and the plant, the plant engineer has to be the technical manager guiding the maintenance, technical and improvement teams.
  • Analyze technology, resource needs, and market demand to plan and assess feasibility and equipment.  Accept ownership of all automation initiatives. 
  • Prepare bid packages, worth with Purchasing on contracts, and manage contractor engineering activities;
  • Develop sound and cost effective solutions to problems facing the operations team. Assess the feasibility and soundness of proposed engineering solutions to include serving as the liaison with engineering consulting service, vendors and the corporate engineering management.
  • Prepare capital investment requests by determining the best equipment design and/or facility layout, developing estimates and provide justification for the expenditure
  • Manage contractor engineering activities and oversee management of delivery schedules, warranties, liquidated damages, and performance guarantees;
  • Coordinate start-up and commissioning of new equipment with operations;
  • Test newly installed machines and equipment to ensure fulfillment of contract specifications;
  • Maintain plant in a safe and productive state to ensure compliance with health and safety standards in order to achieve maximum productivity;
  • Review budget projections for current and upcoming projects and schedule forecasts to ensure plant projects are completed on-time and on-budget;
  • Provide engineering support to maintain, after, or curtail operations during emergencies;
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Requirements


 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical, Industrial or a related Engineering field or equivalent work experience;
  • Have 5 + years of direct project engineering and/or plant maintenance experience (required)
  • Have 3 years of managerial experience is preferred
  • Experience in the food or pharmaceutical manufacturing industry is preferred;
  • Efficient at handling multiple priorities and, a proficient project manager;
  • Strong oral and written communication skills, excellent judgment, strong sense of ethics & integrity, result oriented. Experience using Microsoft Office and other computer based application (I pad, One Note, etc.);
  • Excellent communication and leadership skills; verbal and written
  • Excellent people skills, maintain a positive attitude and ability to motivate people, specifically mentoring and coaching individuals;
  • Ability to adapt operational changes and need requirement; ability to work in a fast-paced, challenging, and consistently changing environment;
  • Excellent manual dexterity; Strong physical endurance; Ability to stand for long periods of time;