Current Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in our career opportunities!

Any available opportunity we have will be posted here. You can apply by submitting your resume using the form at the bottom of the page. You can also send your resume to our Human Resources team at alpac.careers@alpac.ca. Make sure to include the name of the job you are applying for in your email. Thank you to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying; however, we will only contact applicants selected for interviews.

Please note, we have two workplaces, our Edmonton Office and our Millsite in Athabasca County. The posting will include the primary location of the position.

We look forward to reviewing your application!

  • Business Partner, HR

    HR BUSINESS PARTNER

    The Opportunity

    Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. (Al-Pac) is seeking a highly motivated and
    collaborative candidate to join the Human Resources team, working from the St. Albert
    office. Reporting to the Business Unit Leader, HR, the HR Business Partner will work
    closely with corporate and operations business units and leaders to provide strategic advice
    and guidance on the effective implementation of HR programs and initiatives. We are
    looking for an experienced HR professional with the ability to proactively identify
    opportunities and solutions to support business growth, talent management, and team
    member engagement. The ideal candidate will bring business acumen, analytical thinking,
    tenacity to navigate through ambiguity and change, and a consultative approach to
    partnering with client groups.

    Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. – The Business & Culture

    Al-Pac is the largest single-line kraft pulp producer in North America and we are
    continuously investigating new and innovative ideas, while delivering premium products in
    an environmentally sustainable way. We are an inclusive workplace and are always looking
    for talented people. We celebrate different points of view, and people feel comfortable to be
    themselves. Thinking different is rewarded, and we believe that having diversity in our
    workforce drives innovation. You will experience firsthand that our team-based culture
    values safety, open communication, productivity and quality. Within your self-managed work
    team, you will work together with the team to problem-solve, strategize and bring new ideas
    forward.

    We also understand that work should only be a part of your life, not the entire focus. We will
    help you find a healthy work-life balance. Options such as the compressed work week are
    offered, as well as a generous time-off policy starting with four weeks of vacation allowance
    to get out and enjoy the days you earned. These policies, combined with our culture and
    working environment, are what got us recognized by many prestigious awards, such as
    Canada’s Top Employer, Alberta’s Top Employer and Top Employer for Young People, over
    the last decade.

    This is a full-time, permanent position working a compressed work schedule Monday-Thursday, with some travel required. Al-Pac will reimburse required travel expenses, as per company policy. Due to COVID-19, the successful candidate is likely to commence working remotely until restrictions lift.

    Responsibilities:

    • Recruitment, Orientation, On-Boarding & Offboarding
    • Training & Development
    • Performance Management & Succession Management
    • Team Member Records, Policies, Privacy, & Legislative Compliance
    • Compensation & Benefits
    • Team Member Relations & Employee Engagement

    Education & Experience:

    • Post-secondary education in a related field (Business, HR Management, etc.) or a
      combination of education and relevant experience will be considered
    • Chartered Professional Human Resources (CPHR) designation (asset)
    • 5-10 years’ progressive human resources experience
    • Forestry, manufacturing environment and/or commodity industry experience (asset)
    • In-depth knowledge of legislation and regulations

    Knowledge & Skills:

    • Proven influencer with the ability to provide direction to business clients
    • Thrives taking the initiative, working independently and with minimal supervision
    • Well-developed organizational skills with the ability to prioritize multiple assignments
    • Strong coaching, facilitation, conflict resolution, and relationship management skills
    • Critical thinker and problem solver with thorough financial and business acumen
    • Resilience and persistence to drive sustainable business success

    Please forward your resume in confidence to alpac.careers@alpac.ca. This position will be considered open until filled.

    Legal Statement

    Al-Pac is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We wish to express our thanks to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • Casual Tank Watch and Fire Watch

    Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. (Al-Pac) is seeking new team members for Casual
    Tank Watch and Fire Watch coverage, for a one-year contract. These positions are
    based at the mill site near Boyle, AB.

    Position Details

    • Casual position; hours are not guaranteed
      o Team members will be called in for shifts on an as needed basis
    • Candidates must be 18 years of age or older
    • Candidates must be comfortable working in an industrial environment and be able to manage heights, stairs, working outside and standing for long periods of time

    If you are interested in this opportunity please email alpac.careers@alpac.ca for an application form. 

     

    Legal Statement

    Al-Pac is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We wish to express our thanks to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • Communications Advisor

    Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. (Al-Pac) is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic and
    supportive team player for the role of Communications Advisor.

    Due to COVID-19, the successful candidate is likely to commence working remotely until
    restrictions lift and then will be located in St. Albert, Alberta.

    This is a full-time, permanent position located at our St. Albert office. The successful
    candidate will receive a competitive annual salary including paid pension and matching RRSP
    program, 4-weeks annual vacation, company paid dental and extended health benefits, and
    many additional employee incentives. Relocation assistance is also available for those who will
    need to move into the local area.

    The Communications Advisor will implement the annual communications plans that support
    Al-Pac’s corporate strategy, business units, corporate social responsibility initiatives and
    organizational change management. The Communications Advisor will work with the
    Communications Specialist to collaborate with internal clients to deliver high-quality corporate
    communications products. A key part of the role will be supporting implementation of a social
    media strategy and monitoring metrics to measure and report on Al-Pac's online activity, as well
    as media monitoring, implementing website content updates and developing content for the
    company’s weekly newsletter.

    Responsibilities:

    • Internal & External Communications – Work with the Communications Specialist to
      develop communications products that support Al-Pac’s corporate strategy, business units,
      corporate social responsibility initiatives and organizational change management
    • Content Creation – Draft and design professional communications materials for Al-Pac for print and digital platforms. Research and write high-quality content for presentations, website, newsletters, corporate announcements, press releases and other communications materials with an eye for meticulous technical detail. Ensure all communications’ materials meet Al-Pac’s standards, brand identity and style guide
    • Client Relationship Management – Work with the Communications Specialist to
      collaborate with internal clients on communications projects, as well as develop and design
      high-quality content for both print and digital platforms. Build effective working relationships
      with stakeholders and provide consistent professional services
    • Social Media Strategy – Support development of and implement Al-Pac’s social media
      strategy, including content plans. Monitor the company’s social media pages and online
      presence. Develop metrics to measure and report on online activity

    Behavioral Competencies:

    •  Ensures Accountability
    •  Communicates Effectively
    •  Collaborates
    •  Situational Adaptability
    •  Customer Focus
    •  Innovation

    Education & Experience:

    • Post-secondary degree in Communications, Public Relations, or in another related field
    • A membership with the International Association of Business Communications (IABC) or the
      Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) is considered an asset
    • 2-3 years relevant experience in corporate communications with knowledge of best
      practices in corporate and public communications for diverse audiences
    • Experience with professional writing, print and digital design, social media, as well as video
      or mobile development and editing, graphic design and creation of professional
      communications materials
    • Highly computer literate with experience using MS Office, graphic design programs (i.e.,
      Adobe InDesign), web design programs and communications tools
    • Experience in developing and interpreting media analytics
    • Must hold a valid Alberta Driver’s License

     

    Please forward your resume in confidence to alpac.careers@alpac.ca. Considered open until filled.

    Legal Statement

    Al-Pac is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We wish to express our thanks to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • Dispatcher

    Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. (Al-Pac) is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic and
    supportive team player for the role of Dispatcher in the Woodlands Transportation Business
    Unit.

    This is a casual, non-permanent position working on an as-needed basis. This role will be
    coverage for a shift position, working days and nights, and is located at our Mill Site.

    Al-Pac is the largest single-line kraft pulp producer in North America and continues to
    branch out beyond the traditional pulp market. We strive to be leaders in everything we do.
    The Dispatcher is responsible for the effective coordination of a fleet of drivers and vehicles for
    the Woodlands Transportation Business Unit. This position serves as the first point-of-contact
    for drivers regarding deliveries and safety concerns and ensures the continuity of day-to-day
    dispatch operations. The Woodlands team is looking for a reliable individual with strong
    communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to trouble-shoot and problem-solve
    effectively.

    Responsibilities:

    • Supervision and compliance monitoring of all deliveries
    • Dispatching trucks and coordinating log haul schedules using computer-based applications
    • Monitoring safety compliance
    • Enforcement of Woodlands Log Haul Policies and procedures and applicable transportation
      regulations
    • Assist in Emergency Response for Woodlands activities
    • Administrative duties and data entry
    • Liaise with multiple internal and external stakeholders for transportation related activities

    Qualifications:

    • High School Diploma
    • Valid driver’s license
    • 1+ years of dispatching, call-center, or similar experience is an asset
    • Knowledgeable in the transportation industry is an asset
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Demonstrated competence with multiple computer systems (Microsoft Office)
    • Self-motivated individual who works well in a team environment
    • Strong troubleshooting, analytical and multi-tasking skills
    • Ability to do physical labor and other strenuous physical tasks in all weather conditions

    Please forward your resume in confidence to alpac.careers@alpac.ca. This position will be considered open until filled.

    Legal Statement

    Al-Pac is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We wish to express our thanks to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • Electrician & Instrumentation Maintenance Technician

    Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. (Al-Pac) is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic and
    supportive team player for the role of Electrician & Instrumentation Maintenance
    Technician.

    This is a full-time and permanent position working Monday-Thursday at our mill site near
    Athabasca, AB. It is expected that the successful candidate will relocate to the local area.
    The successful candidate will receive a competitive annual salary, including a paid pension and
    matching RRSP program, four-weeks annual vacation, company paid dental and extended
    health benefits, with many additional employee incentives. Relocation assistance is also
    available for those who will need to move to the local area.

    Al-Pac is the largest single-line kraft pulp producer in North America and we are
    continuously investigating new and innovative ideas, while delivering premium products in an
    environmentally sustainable way.

    Responsibilities:

    • Perform Electrical/Instrument installations
    • Troubleshoot and perform maintenance on electrical and instrumentation systems
    • Work on 13.8kv generation and power distribution systems
    • Work and perform tasks in a safe manner
    • Provide assistance and support to other trades team members to ensure maximum equipment availability; liaise with Operations team members
    • Assist in trouble shooting and resolution of maintenance concerns
    • Participate in the planning and executing of Electrical/instrumentation installations
    • The ability to read Electrical drawings and create material take off list
    • Maintain work records; assist to keep work areas clean
    • Commitment to quality and continuous improvement
    • Commitment to developing and maintaining technical knowledge

    Qualifications:

    • Must hold an Alberta or Interprovincial Journeyman Electrician certificate and Journeyman
    • Instrumentation certificate with a minimum of 4 years’ experience in an industrial
      maintenance setting
    • Experience in Power generation distribution would be an asset
    • Must hold a valid driver’s license (GDL removed) with an acceptable driving history in
      accordance with Management Guide Policy 6.10
    • Knowledge & understanding of the Electrical Code C22.1-18

     

    Skills & Abilities:

    • Provide direction to other team members/contractors
    • Be a motivated, self-starter team player with good interpersonal and communication skills
    • Must be comfortable working from heights
    • Must be able to work shift
    • Understanding of Programmable Logic Controllers and Digital Control Systems
    • Maintain maintenance records on all calibrations and update data sheets

    Please forward your resume in confidence to alpac.careers@alpac.ca. This position will be considered open until filled.

    Legal Statement

    Al-Pac is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We wish to express our thanks to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • Financial Reporting Analyst

    Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. (Al-Pac) is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic and
    supportive team player for the role of Financial Reporting Analyst in the Financial Reporting
    business unit.

    This is a full-time, permanent position located in our St. Albert office. The successful
    candidate will receive a competitive annual salary including paid pension and matching RRSP
    program, 4-week’s annual vacation, company paid dental and extended health benefits, and
    many additional employee incentives.

    Al-Pac is the largest single-line kraft pulp producer in North America and continues to
    branch out beyond the traditional pulp market. We strive to be leaders in everything we do.

    Al-Pac's Financial Reporting Analyst is an experienced financial reporting professional who
    supports in the areas of core financial reporting and treasury & cash management functions.

    Responsibilities:

    Financial Reporting

    • Preparation of corporate accounting journals on monthly and quarterly basis
    • Prepare first draft of the monthly financial package including variance analysis
    • Assist with the tax compliance – prepare working papers for Canadian and US tax
      compliance and reporting. Gather and analyze data for transfer pricing and SR&ED
      reporting
    • Sound technical knowledge of IFRS with an ability to draft the accounting policies and
      procedures including complex accounting positions as required
    • Assist with the preparation of IFRS financial statements on half yearly and annual basis
    • Assist with the external audit process on quarterly and an annual basis. This includes
      preparation of corporate related schedules and liaison with the operational accountants
      for completion of working papers as requested by the external audit
    • Assist with the JSOX audit twice annually as requested by the internal audit P
    • reparation and submission of GST monthly filings with the CRA and maintain
      documentation
    • Assist with other adhoc financial reporting projects as the need arise

    Treasury and Cash Management

    • Management of daily banking transactions based on applicable receipt and payment
      cycle including maintenance of adequate bank balances as required and keep the
      balances afloat
    • Cash management – assist with the bi-weekly cash forecasting process including
      preparation of forecast working model and related workings
    • Debt management – keep up to date documentation surrounding agreements and
      prepare accounting journals on the interest and principal payments
    • FX management – assist the treasury lead in maintaining the FX working papers based
      on the transactions entered on weekly basis
    • Assist with the internal and external audit by providing related documentation and
      supporting working papers surrounding treasury portfolio
    • Preparing ad hoc reporting as requested by management to analyze and assess certain
      transactions on frequent basis
    • Assist with the monthly and quarterly close reporting relating to the treasury portfolio

    Education & Experience:

    • University (First degree) is preferred
    • Designated CPA with ideally 3-4 years in industry experience
    • Strong knowledge of full accounting cycle with having worked in accounting and
      reporting close environment
    • Strong technical knowledge of IFRS is required and having worked in big four
      accounting will be highly considered
    • Hands on experience in drafting accounting policies and procedures including complex
      accounting positions as required
    • Experience working in treasury function preferred
    • Experience working with Microsoft office tools such as excel, word and power point.
      Experience working in an ERP implementation environment is preferred

    Skills & Competencies:

    • Ensures Accountability
    • Manages Complexity
    • Financial Acumen
    • Plans and Aligns
    • Communicates Effectively
    • Tech Savvy

    Please forward your resume in confidence to alpac.careers@alpac.ca. This position will be considered open until filled.

    Legal Statement

    Al-Pac is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We wish to express our thanks to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • Health & Safety Technician

    Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. (Al-Pac) is seeking a highly motivated and
    enthusiastic team player for the role of Health & Safety Technician (Casual).

    Al-Pac is the largest single-line kraft pulp producer in North America and we are
    continuously investigating new and innovative ideas, while delivering premium products in
    an environmentally sustainable way.

    This is a non-permanent casual position working on an as-needed basis at our mill site near
    Athabasca, Alberta. General working hours are 12 hour shifts on Days, Nights and
    weekends.

    The Health & Safety Technician is responsible for providing medical and technical support
    to the organization. This position will respond to emergencies, lead/participate in
    investigations, conduct various testing, provide safety orientation and conduct security
    duties for team members and contractors.

    Responsibilities:

    • Health & Safety Compliance: Interact daily with team members and contractors to
      ensure compliance. Participate in Emergency Response as a shift leader on the mill
      emergency response team. Monitor fire systems and perform first aid care as needed
    • Investigation & Inspection: Lead and participate in incident / accident investigations.
      Provide expertise on hazard recognition and assist/coach others with performing field
      level hazard assessments
    • Testing: Administer pre-employment drug screen testing and post-incident and drug and
      alcohol testing. Conduct COVID screenings and routine medical assessment. Assist with
      occupational hygiene compliance testing within the plant site, including but not limited to
      gas detection, mask fit testing and hazard assessments
    • Technical Advice & Training: Provide technical and developmental training to team
      members and contractors on a variety of safety topics

    Education & Experience:

    • Advanced Care Paramedic (ACP), Primary Care Paramedic (PCP), or Emergency
      Medical Responder (EMR) licensed with the Alberta College of Paramedics
    •  Candidates with a current Advanced First Aid Certificate or a Registered Nurse (RN)
      with ITLS may also be considered
    • Experience working in an industrial setting is an asset

    Knowledge & Skills:

    •  Valid Class 5 Driver’s License
    •  Strong computer skills
    •  Firefighting experience is an asset
    •  Technical Rescue experience is an asset
    •  Hazardous Materials experience is an asset
    •  Security experience is an asset

    Behavioural Competencies:

    •  Ensures Accountability
    •  Manages Complexity
    •  Communicates Effectively
    •  Plans & Aligns
    •  Decision Quality

    Please forward your resume in confidence to alpac.careers@alpac.ca. This position will be considered open until filled.

    Legal Statement

    Al-Pac is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We wish to express our thanks to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • Health and Safety Trainer

    Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. (Al-Pac) is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic and
    supportive team player for the role of Health & Safety Trainer.

    Al-Pac is the largest single-line kraft pulp producer in North America and we are
    continuously investigating new and innovative ideas, while delivering premium products in an
    environmentally sustainable way.

    This is a full-time and permanent position working Monday-Thursday located at our mill site
    near Athabasca, Alberta. The successful candidate will receive a competitive annual salary
    including paid pension and matching RRSP program, 4-week’s annual vacation, company paid
    dental and extended health benefits, with many additional employee incentives. Relocation
    assistance is available for those who will need to move into the local area.

    The Health & Safety Trainer is responsible for ensuring that Alberta-Pacific is compliant to
    training and certification requirements by facilitating internal safety training as well as
    conducting training and development programs to improve individual and organizational
    performance.

    Responsibilities:

    Deliver third party certified training courses including but not limited to:

    • Fall Protection
    • Zoom Boom
    • Elevated Work Platform
    • Flagging, Skidsteer
    • Overhead Crane

    Deliver internal training courses including but not limited to:

    • Knowledge of Confined Space
    • Knowledge of First Break
    • Safe Work Permit
    • Hot Work Permit
    • Hazard Analysis/Risk Assessment
    • Knowledge & Use of Gas Detection Equipment
    • Demonstrate Use of SCBA
    • Hoist Reload Training
    • Summer Student Training Program
    • Tankwatch Training Program

    Perform Training Administration duties including but not limited to:

    •  Ordering manuals and supplies needed for training
    •  Booking and set up of meeting/training rooms
    •  Advertising and course reminders
    •  Training attendance and record keeping
    •  Issuing of certificates
    •  Entering training records in TRACCESS
    •  Arranging for audits of train-the-trainer courses
    •  Maintenance of instructor qualifications
    •  Training completion audits, analysis, and reporting

    Perform Training Support duties including but not limited to:

    • Liaising with 3rd party training companies
    • Arranging for external training, as needed
    • Development of safety training and TRACCESS folders for all divisions
    • Provide training assistance to the Emergency Response Team

    Provide coverage for Systems Administrator including:

    • Building TRACCESS folders for Pulp
    • Updating competencies
    • Entering training records in TRACCESS
    • General TRACCESS support

    Qualifications

    • Able to travel, typical 5+% domestic
    • Flexible work hours to meet business needs
    • Valid drivers’ license (GDL removed) with an acceptable driving history.
      Clean Driver’s Abstract
    • 5+ years’ experience in a similar Health & Safety role
    • High School Diploma or equivalent
    • Occupational Health & Safety certificate (asset)
    • Industrial experience (asset)
    • Experience in a manufacturing / industrial environment (asset)

    Knowledge & Skills:

    • Strong computer skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access)
    • Knowledge and understanding of Health & Safety training requirements

    Please forward your resume in confidence to alpac.careers@alpac.ca. This position will be considered open until filled.

    Legal Statement

    Al-Pac is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We wish to express our thanks to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • Indigenous Relations Coordinator

    Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. (Al-Pac) is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic and
    supportive Indigenous Relations Coordinator.

    This is a full-time, non-permanent position for 24 months located at our mill near
    Athabasca, Alberta. Working hours are Monday to Thursday, 7am to 5pm.

    The successful candidate will receive a competitive annual salary including paid pension and
    matching RRSP program, 4-week’s annual vacation, company paid dental and extended health
    benefits, and many additional employee incentives. Relocation assistance is also available
    for those who need to move into the local area.

    Al-Pac is the largest single-line kraft pulp producer in North America and we are
    continuously investigating new and innovative ideas, while delivering premium products in an
    environmentally sustainable way.

    The Indigenous Relations Coordinator provides support to the Indigenous Relations and
    Forest Resources Teams to meet business goals related to consultation and harvest planning.

    Responsibilities:

    • Consultation - Managing Provincial Government First Nations and Metis consultation
      processes as it relates to Al-Pac’s Annual Operating Plan, Forest Management Plan,
      and Public Lands Act Dispositions.
    • Stakeholder Relations & Community Engagement - Collaborating with internal and
      external stakeholders, actively seeking out innovative solutions to challenges. Providing
      administrative support to multi-sector/stakeholder initiatives. Attending community
      meetings and liaising with government personnel regarding indigenous community
      concerns.
    • Woodlands Planning - Working with third party consultants to develop harvest plans,
      layout, and obtain approval for approximately 1,800,000 m3 annually.

    Education & Experience:

    • High School Diploma
      Knowledge of indigenous relations
    • Understanding of the history and commitments in treaties
      Considered an asset:
      o Related work experience in northern communities
      o Experience with government Indigenous consultation in Alberta
      o Degree in Forestry, Environmental Sciences or Indigenous Studies
      o GIS/GPS experience with ability to use ESRI and Trimble product
      o Eligibility to register for a professional forestry designation in Alberta
      o Experience with forest harvest planning in Alberta

    Working Conditions

    • Frequent travel up to 50% to communities around the FMA (large centres and remote
      communities), occasionally to Edmonton and Calgary
    • Occasional overnight stays
    • Flexibility to work outside of regular working hours when required for community
      engagement

    Please forward all resumes in confidence to alpac.careers@alpac.ca. This position will be considered open until filled.

    Legal Statement

    Al-Pac is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We wish to express our thanks to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • Logistics Administrator

    Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. (Al-Pac) is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic and supportive team player for the role of Logistics Administrator.

    Al-Pac is the largest single-line kraft pulp producer in North America and we are continuously investigating new and innovative ideas, while delivering premium products in an environmentally sustainable way.

    This is a full-time, non-permanent contract position for 15 months, located at our St. Albert Office. The successful candidate will receive a competitive salary including paid pension and matching RRSP program, 4-week’s annual vacation, company paid dental and extended health benefits, and many additional employee incentives.

    The Logistics Administrator is responsible for the accurate processing of shipments to meet customer needs. They engage and collaborate with internal Al-Pac team members to ensure the consistent supply and quality of service for our product.

    Responsibilities:

    •  Transportation & Distribution – Making sure shipments are processed to support the communication and coordination with   production, 3PL’s, and supply chain vendors. Ensuring customers orders are transported and distributed in a profitable and   customer centric manner and performing timely processing to ensure accuracy of inventory
    •  External Stakeholder Relations – Creating data in the transportation system to support fair and transparent negotiations   that will optimize shipping lanes, obtaining cost certainty, and gaining favorable terms and conditions. Coordinating inventory  based on sales and production forecasts to meet customer demands and manage costs/targets
    •  Documentation & Processes – Performing processing to ensure uninterrupted and cost-effective delivery to customers.   Creating documentation that will meet requirements to ensure a free flow of products in a timely and error free manner.
    •  Insights & Reporting – Processing shipments to support the compiling of data for negotiating positions and supporting the   team in meeting key performance indicators.

    Education & Experience:

    •  Some administration or documentation experience is required
    •  Experience working in a CRM (or transportation) information system (asset)
    •  Experience working in records management (asset)
    •  Experience processing export shipments (asset)
    •  Post-secondary Degree / Diploma in Logistics, Business, Economics, or related field (asset)
    •  Records management training (asset)

    Knowledge & Skills:

    •  Strong computer skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access)
    •  Ability to work independently and has worked in a team setting
    •  Accuracy in data processing
    •  Knowledge and skill in meeting deadlines
    •  Knowledge and understanding of global supply chains: including, but not limited to carriers such as railways, trucking, and shipping is desirable

    Work Conditions:

    •  Ability to work remotely while Covid-19 restrictions are in place.

    Competencies:

    •  Customer Focus: Delivers accurate and timely work to drive customer satisfaction
    •  Attention to Detail: Organized and structured work ability to ensure efficiency
    •  Team Player: Must be able to work well both individually and in a team environment

    Please forward your resume in confidence to alpac.careers@alpac.ca. This position will be considered open until filled.

    Legal Statement

    Al-Pac is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We wish to express our thanks to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • Payroll / HR Analyst

    Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. (Al-Pac) is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic and
    supportive team player for the role of Payroll / HR Analyst.

    This is a short-term, non-permanent (8-month contract) position located at our mill site
    location near Athabasca, Alberta.

    The Payroll / HR Analyst implements or performs a variety of HR, payroll and HRIS
    administrative processes and tasks. Often handles sensitive employee and company
    information, which requires that they maintain a high level of professionalism and confidentiality.

    Responsibilities:

    • Payroll Administration & Review - Review and check payrolls for accuracy prior to
      submission, acting as the back-up to deliver accurate and timely processing of payroll. Input
      and maintain payroll data when required, prepare complex manual payments and complete
      financial reconciliations
    • Employee Onboarding and Offboarding - Initiate and monitor the administration of onboarding                                                     and offboarding processes,  completing benefits onboarding / orientation
    • Reports & Document Preparation - Organize and prepare complex documents using a
      variety of applications particularly MS excel. Also responsible for gathering and summarizing
      data for HR reports
    • Information and Business Advice - Resolve queries by providing information on payroll,
      HR and benefits processes, and related policies

    Education & Experience:

    • High School / FE College (2 A Levels)
    • Payroll Certification PCP or CPM is required
    • 3 to 6 years of experience in payroll and benefits processing and auditing
    • Solid experience with payroll and HR information systems
    • Intermediate level use of MS Excel is required
    • Must have a valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving history

    Please forward all resumes in confidence to alpac.careers@alpac.ca. This position will be considered open until filled.

    Legal Statement

    Al-Pac is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We wish to express our thanks to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • Recruiter

    Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. (Al-Pac) is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic and
    supportive team player for the role of Recruiter. The Recruiter develops and implements
    recruitment, on-boarding, and orientation programs and policies, working with both the business
    and HR Business Partners to understand their needs. This position is responsible for full cycle
    recruitment, including candidate sourcing, assessment, selection, and on-boarding of new team
    members.

    This is a full-time, permanent position working Monday-Thursday, with some travel
    required. Al-Pac will reimburse required travel expenses, as per company policy. Due to
    COVID-19, the successful candidate is likely to commence working remotely until restrictions lift.

    The successful candidate will receive a competitive annual salary including paid pension and
    matching RRSP program, 4-week’s annual vacation, company paid dental and extended health
    benefits, and many additional employee incentives.

    Responsibilities:

    • Talent Recruitment- Create recruitment profiles for key existing and new roles, attract,
      assess and select candidates for vacancies, collaborate with the business to identify future
      talent acquisition needs, develop and maintain a candidate pipeline
    • Employee Onboarding & Orientation - develop and maintain onboarding and offboarding
      processes to ensure the team member experience is consistent with the organization's
      brand and values
    • Business Advice – Provide leaders with advice and guidance on recruitment strategies,
      policies, and processes. Keep current with best practices and market information
    •  Stakeholder Engagement - Contribute to local community engagement through career fairs
      and recruitment events

    Behavioral Competencies:

    •  Communicates Effectively
    •  Business Insight
    •  Plans & Aligns
    •  Ensures Accountability
    •  Interpersonal Savvy
    •  Attracts Top Talent
    •  Being Resilient
    •  Situational Adaptability

    Education & Experience:

    • Post-secondary degree in a related field (Business, HR Management, etc.)
    • 3-6 years’ experience as a full-cycle recruiter with proven ability in attracting new talent
      and managing candidate pipelines
    • Current knowledge of effective recruitment, onboarding, and orientation, strategies,
      tools, and policies
    • Ability to build long-term and trusted business relationships and work with a team
    • Strong writing and presentation skills
    • Knowledge of a variety of assessment and selection tools
    • Professional designation is an asset
    • Experience in a forestry, manufacturing environment or commodity industry is an asset

    Please forward your resume in confidence to alpac.careers@alpac.ca. This position is considered open until filled.

    Legal Statement

    Al-Pac is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We wish to express our thanks to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • Woodlands Coordinators

    Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. (Al-Pac) is seeking three highly motivated, enthusiastic
    and supportive Woodlands Coordinators.

    The Woodlands Coordinator will rotate through the Woodlands Business Units, gaining a full
    breadth of forestry experience in transportation, fiber logistics, operations, and forest
    resources planning.

    This is a great position for an experienced professional, or a rewarding development
    opportunity for a recent forestry graduate.

    This is a full-time, permanent position located at our mill near Athabasca, Alberta. The
    successful candidate will receive a competitive annual salary including paid pension and
    matching RRSP program, 4-week’s annual vacation, company paid dental and extended health
    benefits, and many additional employee incentives. Relocation assistance is also available
    for those who need to move into the local area.

    Forest Resources Planning:
    Responsible for ensuring that the development of forest harvest plans is in alignment with the
    corporate forest management strategy.

    • Forest Resources Planning – Liaising with consultants to develop harvest plans,
      layout and obtain approval for approximately 2,000,000 m3 annually. Collaborating with
      Government to obtain approvals and working with local quota holders
    •  Stakeholder Relations – Collaborating with stakeholders and actively seeking out
      innovative solutions to challenges. Consulting with indigenous communities and others

    Woodlands Operations:

    Responsible for the delivery of logs to the mill, coordinating logging, hauling, road construction,
    road maintenance, reclamation, and associated contract management.

    •  Operations Management – Managing a significant operational area, delivering quality
      logs to the mill and ensuring that operations are efficient
    • Project Planning, Risk & Issue Management – Logging, hauling, road construction, road maintenance, reclamation activities, and associated contract management
    •  Inspections – Providing technical support to inspections of the quality of the harvesting production, road and drainage structures, log quality and reclamation
    • Stakeholder & Community Engagement – Liaising with AAF to obtain plan approvals and meet legislative requirements. Working with stakeholders and First Nations
    • Budgeting & Reporting – Delivering cost expectations while supporting safety, quality, production, community and environmental objectives.

    Transportation:

    Responsible for managing fiber transportation to multiple mill sites, and ensuring that
    production, quality, environmental and legal requirements are met.

    • Transportation Administration & Operations - Developing and implementing delivery
      schedules. Evaluating, improving, and implementing new transportation strategies, and
      working closely with local quota holders to integrate and optimize haul plans
    • Budgeting & Planning – Scheduling and monitoring mill deliveries up to 3.5 million cubic meters annually and managing costs
    • Contract & Stakeholder Management – Managing and negotiating contracts to meet mill delivery requirements. Overseeing contracts and requirements to meet agreements, liaising with stakeholders and promoting local aboriginal initiatives

    Fiber Logistics:

    Responsible for managing fiber logistics via an office/field application of data analytics and fiber
    acquisition, and ensuring that production, quality, environment and legal requirements are met.

    • Fiber Logistics Scheduling & Data Analytics – Analyzing information to enable data
      driven decisions through support, development and use of fiber models and other
      decision support tools, to ensure a reliable supply of fiber to the mill
    • Conifer Management – Working with the conifer fiber logistics specialist in the
      procurement of conifer and incidental deciduous logs, conifer logs sales, service
      agreements as well as providing support for working with quota holders
    • Contract & Stakeholder Management – Managing and negotiating contracts to meet
      mill fiber requirements. Liaising with internal and external stakeholders and working with
      purchase wood contracts where required.

    Education & Experience:

    •  University Degree or Technical Diploma in Forestry or demonstrated equivalent experience
    • Active Registered Professional Forester (RPF) or Forest Technician (RPFT), or eligibility to
      become
      • Considered an asset:
      o Logistics management
      o Government of Alberta forestry practices
      o Working with stakeholders - First Nations and other communities, utilities, NGOs
      o Familiarity with Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)
      o Developing, negotiating and managing new and existing contracts
      o Woodlands operations experience - forestry planning, harvest, log/chip haul, road
      construction, reclaim, silviculture
      o Budgeting and scheduling

    Working Conditions

    In Planning and Operations, frequent travel required in the Forest Management Agreement Area
    (FMA) needing extended working hours or days. Remote, overnight stays are required, the
    frequency of which varies over the course of the year, but typically on a weekly / bi-weekly
    basis.

    Please forward all resumes in confidence to alpac.careers@alpac.ca. This position will
    be considered open until filled.

    Legal Statement

    Al-Pac is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We wish to express our thanks to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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