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Looking for a new challenge with a great Canadian wood products company, a leader in its field, one that values talent, professional development and its employees' contribution? Want to work in a high-tech environment contributing to sustainable forest management? JOIN THE TEAM!



We are looking for a MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR for our Sullivan second transformation plant based in Sullivan, in Quebec.

Reporting to the Mill Manager, you will be responsible for leading the maintenance team of millwrights, electricians and saw filers.

You will be responsible for the overall maintenance of the plant, scheduling, health and safety and working with the production team to ensure the up time of the mill.


  • Support and implement the values of the company, ensure Maintenance department is in compliance with various legislation & regulations including Environmental, Health and Safety.
  • Supervise the work of maintenance workers, subcontractors, & contract staff and ensure the monitoring of the quality of the work in accordance with the agreed work schedule.
  • Organize, improving and scheduling routine and preventive maintenance of plant & equipment (shut downs).
  • Management of continuous improvement initiatives and participate in the problem solving process.
  • Stimulate and maintain a positive work environment through use of excellent interpersonal skills, team building and communication with all departments.
  • Maintain, develop or upgrade the methodology of maintenance systems to maximize fast and reliable response to equipment problems. (In compliance with health and safety rules).
  • Analyze and identify root cause of problems and effectively initiate immediate corrective action to prevent re occurrence.
  • Provide training and ongoing development to the Maintenance team.
  • Upgrade maintenance process of the work systems and maintenance contracts management.
  • Follow departmental budgets to ensure good cost control.
  • Maintain continuous improvement focus through effective leadership in maintenance meetings.
  • Other related task.


  • Excellent interpersonal skills, coaching, mobilizing and conflict management.
  • Demonstrate excellent leadership, team Player and ability to manage pressure;
  • Result oriented, analyzing and decision-making skills.
  • Strong work ethic, rigor and judgment.


  • Completed program, University or College level in mechanical OR electrical engineering
  • Have a minimum of 7 to 10 years of relevant experience, ideally in a wood transformation industry.
  • Proven experience in supervising technical staff.
  • Achievements and commitment to health and safety at work.
  • Must be fluent in both written and spoken French; English is an asset.
  • Proven Health and Safety accountability and are knowledgeable of occupational health and safety.
  • Knowledgeable in the areas of electrical, mechanical (hydraulic, pneumatic), fabrication/welding and PLC programming.

If you are invited to continue the selection process, please notify us of any particular adaptive measures you might require. Any information you send us will be handled respectfully and in complete confidence.

EACOM is an employer that respects equal opportunities in employment.

The masculine gender is only for abbreviation.


EACOM Timber Corporation is a major Canadian wood products company. Its operations include the manufacturing, marketing and distribution of lumber and wood-based value-added products, and the management of forest resources. EACOM currently owns seven sawmills (5 in Ontario, 2 in Quebec), a remanufacturing facility (Quebec) and an engineered I-joists plant (Ontario). Its head office is located in Montreal, Quebec, and the company is now hiring more than 1 000 passionate people. The Company is committed to investing in strong assets, including healthy forests, advanced technology and talented people.

We offer professional challenges to meet your TALENT and LEADERSHIP in a DYNAMIC and SAFE environment. You will benefit from considerable advantages: competitive pay, training and development opportunities, flexible schedules and more!