Paint Shop Supervisor in Sarnia at Veolia North America

Date Posted: 4/15/2021

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Job Description

Are you a Resourcer?  / Would you like to come resource the world with us?
As an essential services provider, Veolia helps its customers to improve their energy efficiency, better manage their buildings, their water and wastewater and transform their waste into resources. As Resourcers, we do this 24/7/365 by finding safe, cost-effective and innovative solutions that we provide to our many clients (companies, garages, hospitals, municipalities, etc.). These make us THE global reference in the environment. 
 To fully participate in Canada's circular economy, we can count on more than 1500 employees like you! Currently, we are recruiting our next resourcer whose role will be: 
Paint Shop Supervisor located in Sarnia, Ontario.
Primary Responsibilities:
  • Oversee safe work practices by verifying personal protective equipment use, confirming all equipment is used appropriately by employees and SOPs are followed
  • Perform regular workplace inspections and participate in safety talks
  • Manage teams on multiple work sites and be responsible for the safe execution of jobs and projects
  • Ensure hazardous situations, near misses, incidents and accidents are reported promptly and ensure all such instances are properly documented and follow up is done
  • Represent all the company in a professional manner with documentation, communication (client calls, requests, complaints, etc.) 
  • Assess future work in conjunction with the client representatives and assist in the preparation of cost estimates
  • Accurately document inspection and testing results and maintain all controlled documentation
  • Coordinate the calibration of all test equipment 
  • Develop training plans, maintain records and oversee training requirements to ensure training needs are met
  • Prepare a weekly work schedule in order to provide direction to personnel on jobs and to ensure all equipment is available for use
  • Oversee personnel matters while working with corporate services (HR, IT, etc) as needed
  • Actively participate in the Joint Health and Safety Committee through participation and follow ups as required 


Job Requirements

  • Minimum 5 years experience in painting and sandblasting including knowledge and experience in both air-assisted airless and HVLP spray systems as well as paints, thinners, epoxy coatings, etc.
  • Minimum 2 years supervisory or lead hand experience 
  • Minimum NACE CIP Level 1 and SSPC Certification
  • Ability to lead a team and contribute to a safe work environment
  • Experience working with a unionized workforce an asset
  • General experience with computer programs (email, word processing, internet applications, spreadsheets)
  • Knowledge of the Occupational Safety Act with emphasis on Lock out Tag Out and Confined Space Entry
  • Ability to interpret mechanical drawings including piping, ISO and structural steel
  • Team player with positive attitude
  • Project Management experience an asset
  • Experience working in oil and gas environment an asset 
  • Ability to travel to customer sites; valid drivers license 

Work environment 
  • Office work
  • Field Work

 Why join our Resourcers team? 
  • A company in constant growth that creates the world of tomorrow; 
  • A multitude of large-scale projects where you can use your talent;
  • Challenges to your measure and the lack of routine;   
  • A permanent position - Full-time 
  • The opportunity to develop your career to meet your professional objectives;
  • Training and support programs, both internal and external;
  • Competitive compensation, pension and benefits; 
  • Multidisciplinary work teams and an OHS-oriented work environment.

Are you a Resourcer?  / Would you like to come resource the world with us? 
Here's how to apply:

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.