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Shipper/Receiver (Contract)

Enthused about moving to the future of book manufacturing?

We are looking for a Shipper/Receiver (Contract) for our Toronto manufacturing plant!

Marquis offers the best publishing and communications solutions to thousands of content owners in Canada, the United States and Europe.

Our recognized leadership is based on a one-stop shop for file management, graphic production and traditional printing including a brand new transnational on-demand printing platform: Marquis Express.

Marquis excels in the book and publishing sector, although the company also produces a wide range of related publications: annual reports, magazines, brochures, product catalogs, manufacturers' catalogs, training manuals and more.

As the largest monochrome book printer in Canada, Marquis has grown more than 200% over the past five years and today we have a team of more than 600 employees spread across five business sites in Canada. Montmagny, Quebec, Louiseville, Sherbrooke, Toronto and Montreal.

If you are a self-starter, detail oriented, and love a challenge, this position could be for you! We are looking for a Shipper/Receiver to join our production team, to ensure on-time and coordinated deliveries.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Communicating with customers and carriers to arrange delivery appointments, cost/service requirements
  • Preparing skids and products for shipping
  • Arranging necessary documentation for US deliveries, including but not limiting to custom papers, product information and delivery slips
  • Maintaining accurate records of all imported goods, customer jobs and supply repairs

Required Skills & Experience:

  • 2 – 3 years of previous relevant job experience with shipping and receiving
  • Secondary/High School diploma or equivalent
  • Forklift license is a must
  • Must be able to lift up to 45 lbs. repetitively
  • Able to understand work orders
  • Able to deal with the customers and carriers
  • High knowledge of computer-based systems (Fed-Ex shipping, documents for Customs & US deliveries
  • Very good organizational skills
  • Able to work independently
  • Able to work flexible hours and weekends

 

Please submit your cover letter and resume to human.resources@webcomlink.com noting the job title.

Only those selected for interview consideration will be contacted. Webcom encourages applications from all qualified candidates. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, should you require accommodation in the interview and selection process please provide your accommodation needs in advance. You may also be required to submit adequate medical/other documentation to Human Resources to support your request for accommodation. Check us out at www.webcomlink.com/careers !

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Guillotine Operator

Enthused about moving to the future of book manufacturing?

We are looking for a Guillotine Operator for our Toronto manufacturing plant!

Marquis offers the best publishing and communications solutions to thousands of content owners in Canada, the United States and Europe.

Our recognized leadership is based on a one-stop shop for file management, graphic production and traditional printing including a brand new transnational on-demand printing platform: Marquis Express.

Marquis excels in the book and publishing sector, although the company also produces a wide range of related publications: annual reports, magazines, brochures, product catalogs, manufacturers' catalogs, training manuals and more.

As the largest monochrome book printer in Canada, Marquis has grown more than 200% over the past five years and today we have a team of more than 600 employees spread across five business sites in Canada. Montmagny, Quebec, Louiseville, Sherbrooke, Toronto and Montreal.

Interested in developing your skills as a Guillotine Operator? This position is a critical member of the Bindery team and is responsible for meeting Bindery established quality standards for book cover and book block cutting.

Required Skills & Experience:

  • Must be able to work rotating shifts
  • 2-3 years of guillotine operation experience
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Ability to read, understand, and follow work orders
  • Basic computer skills required
  • Excellent organization skills with strong attention to detail 

Please submit your cover letter and resume to human.resources@webcomlink.com noting the job title.

Only those selected for interview consideration will be contacted. Webcom encourages applications from all qualified candidates. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, should you require accommodation in the interview and selection process please provide your accommodation needs in advance. You may also be required to submit adequate medical/other documentation to Human Resources to support your request for accommodation. Check us out at www.webcomlink.com/careers !

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Human Resources Generalist

 

Human Resources Generalist

Marquis Book Printing Inc. is looking for visionary employees who thrive in a stimulating, fast paced environment with potential growth. We are an equal opportunity employer and we provide a competitive compensation and benefits package.

We are currently seeking a knowledgeable Human Resources Generalist to join our team in Toronto to effectively manage the company’s human resources requirements. Reporting directly to the Vice-President of Human Resources, the ideal candidate must possess exceptional skills and experience in recruitment, retention, training, Ceridian Dayforce administration, labor relations, H&S and policy management.

 

About Marquis

Established in 1937, Marquis is Canada’s largest book manufacturer, offering the best solutions in the field of publishing and communications to thousands of content owners in Canada, the United States and Europe.  Marquis has experienced a solid growth exceeding 200% in the last five years. Today our team accounts for more than 600 employees in six business locations across Canada: Montmagny, Quebec City, Louiseville, Sherbrooke, Montreal, and Toronto.

 

About the Marquis Toronto plant

The Marquis’ Toronto plant is a leading Canadian print solutions provider, servicing the North American market for over 40 years. With a long history of technology leadership, offering innovative print solutions to address the challenges of high inventory and production costs. Since 2011, the plant has invested over $30 million in new digital inkjet presses, front-end technology and finishing equipment, operating from a 170,000-square foot manufacturing plant located in Toronto which employs 170 people.

 

 

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide guidance and coaching to directors and department managers on all HR related areas;
  • Provide advice to leadership team on employee relations issues, including attendance management and conflict management;
  • Build effective relationships with operational departments to understand their business goals and to proactively identify and implement solutions that align with organizational strategies;
  • Coordinate recruitment and selection process for the organization, including screening candidates, conducting interviews, contacting references;
  • Coordinate and facilitates the onboarding programs, oversight of new hire onboarding, and oversight new employee integration over the probationary period;
  • Lead the talent management programs, including performance review cycle tracking, individual development plans, and succession planning;
  • Develop and implement documents on policies and employee reference handbooks;
  • Involvement in developing compensation and benefits systems;
  • Act as a resource person with respect to insurance, RRSPs and any benefits arising from the company’s human resources programs;
  • Strive to maintain a strong proactive, trusted relationships with all the employees;
  • Provide direction, support, and coaching, to various levels of management and employees on Health & Safety compliance matters. Participates and/or ensures Health & Safety Committees & meetings. Implements and improves safety management systems and processes;
  • Prepare and build consensus annual plans for plant wide H&S initiatives;
  • Develop designs and is responsible for the implementation and follow-through of the local processes. Follows up on non-conformances and develops the systems to resolve them based on root cause analysis;
  • Ensure that appropriate risk assessments are conducted and follow ups implemented to minimize or eliminate accidents;
  • Develop and implement programs and services to reduce WSIB costs and short term and long-term absence costs through early intervention with good medical management, early and safe return to work processes, and by being a subject matter expert specific to WSIB, modified work, and accommodations;

 

 

Required Skills & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Relations or a related discipline is required;
  • Minimum of 6 years of progressive related experience in a Human Resources generalist;
  • Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP);
  • Strong track record of accuracy and attention to detail in drafting various HR documents;
  • Proactive, analytical and service-oriented;
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written;
  • Experience working with relevant legislation, including the Employment Standards Act, the Human Rights Code, the Employment Equity Act, the Pay Equity Act, and the Occupational Health & Safety Act;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to deal effectively with individuals, groups and external agencies;
  • Certificate in Health and Safety will be considered as an asset;
  • Change management experience will be considered as an asset.

 

Why Work for Marquis?

  • Global enterprise with a human dimension;
  • Welcoming, friendly and respectful workplace environment;
  • An organization in which the contribution of each employee is recognized by all management
  • Teamwork;
  • Close to senior management who are open to new ideas;
  • Company involved in the Employer of Choice Awards process;
  • A growth company, offering career advancement opportunities.

 

Please submit your application, noting the job title to emploi-marquis@marquislivre.com no later than August 15, 2019.

Only those selected for interview consideration will be contacted. Marquis encourages applications from all qualified candidates. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, should you require an accommodation for the interview and selection process please provide your needs in advance. You may also be required to submit adequate medical/other documentation to Human Resources to support your request for accommodation.

 

 

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Human Resources Generalist

Marquis Book Printing Inc. is looking for visionary employees who thrive in a stimulating, fast paced environment with potential growth. We are an equal opportunity employer and we provide a competitive compensation and benefits package.

We are currently seeking a knowledgeable Human Resources Generalist to join our team in Toronto to effectively manage the company’s human resources requirements. Reporting directly to the Vice-President of Human Resources, the ideal candidate must possess exceptional skills and experience in recruitment, retention, training, Ceridian Dayforce administration, labor relations, H&S and policy management.

About Marquis

Established in 1937, Marquis is Canada’s largest book manufacturer, offering the best solutions in the field of publishing and communications to thousands of content owners in Canada, the United States and Europe.  Marquis has experienced a solid growth exceeding 200% in the last five years. Today our team accounts for more than 600 employees in six business locations across Canada: Montmagny, Quebec City, Louiseville, Sherbrooke, Montreal, and Toronto.

About the Marquis Toronto plant

The Marquis’ Toronto plant is a leading Canadian print solutions provider, servicing the North American market for over 40 years. With a long history of technology leadership, offering innovative print solutions to address the challenges of high inventory and production costs. Since 2011, the plant has invested over $30 million in new digital inkjet presses, front-end technology and finishing equipment, operating from a 170,000-square foot manufacturing plant located in Toronto which employs 170 people.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide guidance and coaching to directors and department managers on all HR related areas;
  • Provide advice to leadership team on employee relations issues, including attendance management and conflict management;
  • Build effective relationships with operational departments to understand their business goals and to proactively identify and implement solutions that align with organizational strategies;
  • Coordinate recruitment and selection process for the organization, including screening candidates, conducting interviews, contacting references;
  • Coordinate and facilitates the onboarding programs, oversight of new hire onboarding, and oversight new employee integration over the probationary period;
  • Lead the talent management programs, including performance review cycle tracking, individual development plans, and succession planning;
  • Develop and implement documents on policies and employee reference handbooks;
  • Involvement in developing compensation and benefits systems;
  • Act as a resource person with respect to insurance, RRSPs and any benefits arising from the company’s human resources programs;
  • Strive to maintain a strong proactive, trusted relationships with all the employees;
  • Provide direction, support, and coaching, to various levels of management and employees on Health & Safety compliance matters. Participates and/or ensures Health & Safety Committees & meetings. Implements and improves safety management systems and processes;
  • Prepare and build consensus annual plans for plant wide H&S initiatives;
  • Develop designs and is responsible for the implementation and follow-through of the local processes. Follows up on non-conformances and develops the systems to resolve them based on root cause analysis;
  • Ensure that appropriate risk assessments are conducted and follow ups implemented to minimize or eliminate accidents;
  • Develop and implement programs and services to reduce WSIB costs and short term and long-term absence costs through early intervention with good medical management, early and safe return to work processes, and by being a subject matter expert specific to WSIB, modified work, and accommodations.

Required Skills & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Relations or a related discipline is required;
  • Minimum of 6 years of progressive related experience in a Human Resources generalist;
  • Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP);
  • Strong track record of accuracy and attention to detail in drafting various HR documents;
  • Proactive, analytical and service-oriented;
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written;
  • Experience working with relevant legislation, including the Employment Standards Act, the Human Rights Code, the Employment Equity Act, the Pay Equity Act, and the Occupational Health & Safety Act;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to deal effectively with individuals, groups and external agencies;
  • Certificate in Health and Safety will be considered as an asset;
  • Change management experience will be considered as an asset.

Why Work for Marquis?

  • Global enterprise with a human dimension;
  • Welcoming, friendly and respectful workplace environment;
  • An organization in which the contribution of each employee is recognized by all management
  • Teamwork;
  • Close to senior management who are open to new ideas;
  • Company involved in the Employer of Choice Awards process;
  • A growth company, offering career advancement opportunities.

Please submit your application, noting the job title to emploi-marquis@marquislivre.com no later than August 15, 2019.

Only those selected for interview consideration will be contacted. Marquis encourages applications from all qualified candidates. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, should you require an accommodation for the interview and selection process please provide your needs in advance. You may also be required to submit adequate medical/other documentation to Human Resources to support your request for accommodation.

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Digital Operator (Indigo 10,000)

Enthused about moving to the future of book manufacturing?

We are looking for a Digital Operator (Indigo 10,000) for our Toronto manufacturing plant!

Marquis offers the best publishing and communications solutions to thousands of content owners in Canada, the United States and Europe.

Our recognized leadership is based on a one-stop shop for file management, graphic production and traditional printing including a brand new transnational on-demand printing platform: Marquis Express.

Marquis excels in the book and publishing sector, although the company also produces a wide range of related publications: annual reports, magazines, brochures, product catalogs, manufacturers' catalogs, training manuals and more.

As the largest monochrome book printer in Canada, Marquis has grown more than 200% over the past five years and today we have a team of more than 600 employees spread across five business sites in Canada. Montmagny, Quebec, Louiseville, Sherbrooke, Toronto and Montreal.

This position is ideal for someone with specific experience working on industrial size digital presses. The Digital Operator needs to have a technical mindset, with a strong ability to work independently and be a self-starter.

Required Skills & Experience:

  • 2 – 3 years of experience on a High Quantity Digital presses (HP Indigo press 7,000 and up, Xerox IGEN, Canon Smart stream, Xeikon and/or sheet-fed offset)
  • Secondary/High School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent
  • College diploma or degree considered an asset
  • Highly skilled in ensuring high quality
  • Excellent ability to follow processes and solve problems
  • Troubleshooting experience and strong mechanical aptitude
  • Commitment to work all shifts (days, afternoons, nights) and continental shifts (12 hour rotating shifts: 7AM-7PM., 7PM-7AM)
  • Level 1 & 2 HP Indigo Certification is an asset

Key Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the operation of digital format printers and associated finishing equipment
  • Responsible for making plates for all offset presses on an as needed basis
  • At times, may be responsible for making plates while monitoring a job running on a digital press
  • Read, understand and follow work orders
  • Set-up jobs according to paper type
  • Review files thoroughly before setting up job
  • Maintaining a healthy and safe working environment by verifying the safety of machines and equipment and enforcing strict compliance of Health and Safety policies and procedures.

Please submit your cover letter and resume to human.resources@webcomlink.com noting the job title.

Only those selected for interview consideration will be contacted. Webcom encourages applications from all qualified candidates. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, should you require accommodation in the interview and selection process please provide your accommodation needs in advance. You may also be required to submit adequate medical/other documentation to Human Resources to support your request for accommodation. Check us out at www.webcomlink.com/careers !

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Trimmer Operator

Enthused about moving to the future of book manufacturing?

We are looking for a Trimmer Operator for our Toronto manufacturing plant!

Marquis offers the best publishing and communications solutions to thousands of content owners in Canada, the United States and Europe.

Our recognized leadership is based on a one-stop shop for file management, graphic production and traditional printing including a brand new transnational on-demand printing platform: Marquis Express.

Marquis excels in the book and publishing sector, although the company also produces a wide range of related publications: annual reports, magazines, brochures, product catalogs, manufacturers' catalogs, training manuals and more.

As the largest monochrome book printer in Canada, Marquis has grown more than 200% over the past five years and today we have a team of more than 600 employees spread across five business sites in Canada. Montmagny, Quebec, Louiseville, Sherbrooke, Toronto and Montreal.

This is a perfect opportunity for the experienced candidate with the ability to demonstrate knowledge and skills in trimming and bindery operations and maintain high standards of quality while working in a team-based environment. This role is the final quality control measure before the book is received by the customer and requires a strong attention to detail.  

Required Skills & Experience:

  • 3 to 5 years of experience running a 3 knife trimmer
  • Able to work rotating shifts (days, afternoons, and nights)
  • Able to lift up to 50 lbs repetitively on an 8 hour shift
  • Literacy and numeracy skills
  • Excellent organization skills with strong attention to detail
  • Maintains high standards of quality despite pressing deadlines
  • Personally responsible; completes work in a timely, consistent manner
  • The ability and desire to work cooperatively with others on a team
  • The ability to keep functioning effectively when under pressure
  • Flexibility/openness to different and new ways of doing things
  • Basic use of manufacturing databases and MS Office products, including: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook

Please submit your cover letter and resume to human.resources@webcomlink.com noting the job title.

Only those selected for interview consideration will be contacted. Webcom encourages applications from all qualified candidates. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, should you require accommodation in the interview and selection process please provide your accommodation needs in advance. You may also be required to submit adequate medical/other documentation to Human Resources to support your request for accommodation. Check us out at www.webcomlink.com/careers !

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Bindery Helper

Enthused about moving to the future of book manufacturing?

We are looking for a Bindery Helper for our Toronto manufacturing plant!

Marquis offers the best publishing and communications solutions to thousands of content owners in Canada, the United States and Europe.

Our recognized leadership is based on a one-stop shop for file management, graphic production and traditional printing including a brand new transnational on-demand printing platform: Marquis Express.

Marquis excels in the book and publishing sector, although the company also produces a wide range of related publications: annual reports, magazines, brochures, product catalogs, manufacturers' catalogs, training manuals and more.

As the largest monochrome book printer in Canada, Marquis has grown more than 200% over the past five years and today we have a team of more than 600 employees spread across five business sites in Canada. Montmagny, Quebec, Louiseville, Sherbrooke, Toronto and Montreal.

Are you looking to develop your career in Bindery in Print Manufacturing? This is fantastic opportunity to be a Bindery Helper on some of the most advanced bindery equipment in Canada! The Bindery Helper is responsible for completing bindery work in preparation for shipping directly to our customers.

Required Skills & Experience:

  • Must be able to lift up to 45 lbs. repetitively
  • Must follow work instructions and be able to read and write English
  • Basic math and problem solving skills are required
  • Ability to work all 8 hour shifts on a rotating basis (days, afternoon, nights)
  • Previous relevant job experience in manufacturing setting
  • Handwork experience would be an asset
  • Secondary/High School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent
  • Excellent ability to stay organized and pay attention to detail
  • Works well in a team environment
  • Sound decision making skills
  • Depth of knowledge and skill in bindery processes
  • Experience with automatic drill and shrinkage machine

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Being a key quality monitor
  • Operate basic bindery machinery, drills, shrink wrapper
  • Label cartons and check the books to ensure the correct amount is being packaged
  • Fill out the skid cards when they are being used
  • Ensuring quality while packing the cartons: check covers, books are well trimmed, check the glue to ensure quality
  • Oversee piling and delivering of books to check that everything is correctly sent out to customers
  • Assist with maintenance responsibilities as required
  • Other duties as required

Please submit your cover letter and resume to human.resources@webcomlink.com noting the job title.

Only those selected for interview consideration will be contacted. Webcom encourages applications from all qualified candidates. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, should you require accommodation in the interview and selection process please provide your accommodation needs in advance. You may also be required to submit adequate medical/other documentation to Human Resources to support your request for accommodation. Check us out at www.webcomlink.com/careers !

Apply !

Digital Helper

Enthused about moving to the future of book manufacturing?

We are looking for a Digital Helper for our Toronto manufacturing plant!

Marquis offers the best publishing and communications solutions to thousands of content owners in Canada, the United States and Europe.

Our recognized leadership is based on a one-stop shop for file management, graphic production and traditional printing including a brand new transnational on-demand printing platform: Marquis Express.

Marquis excels in the book and publishing sector, although the company also produces a wide range of related publications: annual reports, magazines, brochures, product catalogs, manufacturers' catalogs, training manuals and more.

As the largest monochrome book printer in Canada, Marquis has grown more than 200% over the past five years and today we have a team of more than 600 employees spread across five business sites in Canada. Montmagny, Quebec, Louiseville, Sherbrooke, Toronto and Montreal.

Are you looking to develop your career in Digital Print manufacturing? This is a fantastic opportunity to learn or develop your skills on some of the finest printers. The Digital Helper will be responsible for helping Operators on the digital press.

Required Skills & Experience:

  • Previous print manufacturing experience
  • Secondary/High School Diploma(OSSD) or equivalent
  • Folding equipment experience
  • Cut sheet finishing equipment experience
  • Machine set up experience preferably in a print environment
  • Mechanical aptitude
  • Ability to work continental shift (12 hours) and all shifts (days, afternoons, nights)
  • Excellent ability to stay organized and pay attention to detail
  • Excellent at carrying out work instructions and able to ask questions when needed
  • Basic use of manufacturing databases and MS Office including Word and Excel

Please submit your cover letter and resume to human.resources@webcomlink.com noting the job title.

Only those selected for interview consideration will be contacted. Webcom encourages applications from all qualified candidates. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, should you require accommodation in the interview and selection process please provide your accommodation needs in advance. You may also be required to submit adequate medical/other documentation to Human Resources to support your request for accommodation. Check us out at www.webcomlink.com/careers !

Apply !

Digital Operator (T300)

Enthused about moving to the future of book manufacturing?

We are looking for a Digital Operator (T300) for our Toronto manufacturing plant!

Marquis offers the best publishing and communications solutions to thousands of content owners in Canada, the United States and Europe.

Our recognized leadership is based on a one-stop shop for file management, graphic production and traditional printing including a brand new transnational on-demand printing platform: Marquis Express.

Marquis excels in the book and publishing sector, although the company also produces a wide range of related publications: annual reports, magazines, brochures, product catalogs, manufacturers' catalogs, training manuals and more.

As the largest monochrome book printer in Canada, Marquis has grown more than 200% over the past five years and today we have a team of more than 600 employees spread across five business sites in Canada. Montmagny, Quebec, Louiseville, Sherbrooke, Toronto and Montreal.

This is a perfect opportunity for an individual with 2-3 years of print manufacturing experience, strong attention to detail, and the ability to produce high quality work while meeting deadlines. The ideal candidate has a technical mind, previous experience with offset presses (possibly as a rollman or operator) and is ready to make the move to digital print technology.  If this sounds like you, apply to join our team!

Required Skills & Experience:

  • Secondary/High School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent
  • 2-3 years of print manufacturing experience is required
  • Experience as a roll man or as a press operator on web offset presses is preferred
  • Excellent organization skills with strong attention to detail
  • Makes sound decisions; uses logic to reach solutions
  • Maintains high standards of quality despite pressing deadlines
  • Basic computer skills to use manufacturing databases and email

Please submit your cover letter and resume to human.resources@webcomlink.com noting the job title.

Only those selected for interview consideration will be contacted. Webcom encourages applications from all qualified candidates. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, should you require accommodation in the interview and selection process please provide your accommodation needs in advance. You may also be required to submit adequate medical/other documentation to Human Resources to support your request for accommodation. Check us out at www.webcomlink.com/careers !

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Opérateur de cellule d'impression et d'assemblage numérique

Marquis offre les meilleures solutions dans le domaine de l’édition et des communications à des milliers de propriétaires de contenus au Canada, aux États-Unis et en Europe.

Notre leadership reconnu repose sur un guichet unique de gestion de fichiers, de production graphique et d’impression traditionnelle incluant une toute nouvelle plateforme transnationale d’impression à la demande : Marquis Express.

Marquis excelle dans le secteur du livre et de l’édition, bien que l’entreprise produise également un vaste éventail de publications reliées : rapports annuels, magazines, brochures, catalogues de produits, catalogues de manufacturiers, manuels de formation et autres. 

À titre du plus grand imprimeur de livres monochromes au Canada, Marquis a connu une croissance de plus de 200 % au cours des cinq dernières années et nous comptons aujourd’hui sur une équipe de plus de 600 employés répartis dans cinq sites d’affaires à Montmagny, Québec, Louiseville, Sherbrooke, Toronto et Montréal. 

Le rôle de l’opérateur de cellule d’impression et d’assemblage numérique :

  • Salarié dont la tâche principale consiste à opérer et entretenir de façon sécuritaire, autonome, et efficace les presses jet d’encre et les assembleuses plow-folder, dont il a normalement la charge.

 

FONCTIONS ET TÂCHES :

  • Réaliser tous les travaux d’impression dans un temps optimal, donner une bonne qualité de travail et limiter la gâche ;
  • Surveiller le fonctionnement et la qualité du produit pendant le tirage et effectuer les correctifs si nécessaire ;
  • Informer le superviseur du travail à faire, de celui réalisé et de toute anomalie ;
  • Coordonner le travail du personnel qui lui est assigné par le superviseur ;
  • Assurer le bon fonctionnement des équipements qui lui sont confiés ;
  • Préparer les équipements selon les indications du dossier de production ;
  • Réaliser le programme d’entretien selon le calendrier établi ;
  • Se procurer le matériel nécessaire aux travaux ;
  • Effectuer des tâches auxiliaires.

 

EXIGENCES :

  • Posséder une formation en imprimerie (DEP ou DEC) ou toute combinaison de formation et d’expérience jugée équivalente;
  • Avoir démontré des qualités de leader positif et une bonne capacité à diriger;
  • Connaître et utiliser adéquatement les équipements et les ressources matérielles requises afin de détecter les problèmes;
  • Être ouvert à la critique, sociable, ouvert aux changements et en mesure de supporter le stress;
  • Avoir une bonne capacité d'apprentissage afin d’atteindre rapidement et conserver les standards requis;
  • Faire preuve d'autonomie, ne pas avoir besoin de surveillance constante pour accomplir le travail requis;
  • Connaître l’ensemble du processus de production graphique et les normes de qualité en application;
  • Réagir rapidement et efficacement aux changements constants et aux délais très courts de production;
  • Savoir travailler en équipe, reconnaître les priorités, prendre des décisions et résoudre des problèmes;
  • Savoir lire et comprendre les spécificités inscrites sur les dossiers de production;
  • Avoir de l’initiative et le souci du détail;
  • Posséder le sens de l’organisation du travail.

CONDITIONS DIVERSES

  • Prime de soir de 0.50$/heure ;
  • Avantages sociaux concurrentiels (Congés mobiles, salaire compétitif, assurance collective);
  • Horaire flexible;
  • Vêtements de travail fournis par l’employeur;
  • Souliers de sécurité remboursés;
  • Possibilité d’effectuer du temps supplémentaire.

Salaire offert : 16.91 à 22.07

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Opérateur de cellule de finition robotisée

Marquis offre les meilleures solutions dans le domaine de l’édition et des communications à des milliers de propriétaires de contenus au Canada, aux États-Unis et en Europe.

Notre leadership reconnu repose sur un guichet unique de gestion de fichiers, de production graphique et d’impression traditionnelle incluant une toute nouvelle plateforme transnationale d’impression à la demande : Marquis Express.

Marquis excelle dans le secteur du livre et de l’édition, bien que l’entreprise produise également un vaste éventail de publications reliées : rapports annuels, magazines, brochures, catalogues de produits, catalogues de manufacturiers, manuels de formation et autres. 

À titre du plus grand imprimeur de livres monochromes au Canada, Marquis a connu une croissance de plus de 200 % au cours des cinq dernières années et nous comptons aujourd’hui sur une équipe de plus de 600 employés répartis dans cinq sites d’affaires à Montmagny, Québec, Louiseville, Sherbrooke, Toronto et Montréal. 

Le rôle de l’opérateur de cellule de finition robotisé :

  • Salarié dont la tâche principale consiste à opérer et entretenir de façon sécuritaire, autonome, et efficace les colleuses et couteau robotisé, dont il a normalement la charge.

 

FONCTIONS ET TÂCHES :

  • Réaliser tous les travaux de finition dans un temps optimal, donner une bonne qualité de travail et limiter la gâche ;
  • Surveiller le fonctionnement et la qualité du produit pendant le tirage et effectuer les correctifs si nécessaire ;
  • Informer le superviseur du travail à faire, de celui réalisé et de toute anomalie ;
  • Coordonner le travail du personnel qui lui est assigné par le superviseur ;
  • Assurer le bon fonctionnement des équipements qui lui sont confiés ;
  • Préparer les équipements selon les indications du dossier de production ;
  • Réaliser le programme d’entretien selon le calendrier établi ;
  • Se procurer le matériel nécessaire aux travaux ;
  • Effectuer des tâches auxiliaires.

 

EXIGENCES :

  • Posséder une formation en imprimerie (DEP ou DEC) ou toute combinaison de formation et d’expérience jugée équivalente;
  • Avoir démontré des qualités de leader positif et une bonne capacité à diriger;
  • Connaître et utiliser adéquatement les équipements et les ressources matérielles requises afin de détecter les problèmes;
  • Être ouvert à la critique, sociable, ouvert aux changements et en mesure de supporter le stress;
  • Avoir une bonne capacité d'apprentissage afin d’atteindre rapidement et conserver les standards requis;
  • Faire preuve d'autonomie, ne pas avoir besoin de surveillance constante pour accomplir le travail requis;
  • Connaître l’ensemble du processus de production graphique et les normes de qualité en application;
  • Réagir rapidement et efficacement aux changements constants et aux délais très courts de production;
  • Savoir travailler en équipe, reconnaître les priorités, prendre des décisions et résoudre des problèmes;
  • Savoir lire et comprendre les spécificités inscrites sur les dossiers de production;
  • Avoir de l’initiative et le souci du détail;
  • Posséder le sens de l’organisation du travail.

CONDITIONS DIVERSES

  • Prime de soir de 0.50$/heure ;
  • Avantages sociaux concurrentiels (Congés mobiles, salaire compétitif, assurance collective);
  • Horaire flexible;
  • Vêtements de travail fournis par l’employeur;
  • Souliers de sécurité remboursés;
  • Possibilité d’effectuer du temps supplémentaire.

Salaire offert : 16.65 à 21.23

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Margeur

Marquis offre les meilleures solutions dans le domaine de l’édition et des communications à des milliers de propriétaires de contenus au Canada, aux États-Unis et en Europe.

Notre leadership reconnu repose sur un guichet unique de gestion de fichiers, de production graphique et d’impression traditionnelle incluant une toute nouvelle plateforme transnationale d’impression à la demande : Marquis Express.

Marquis excelle dans le secteur du livre et de l’édition, bien que l’entreprise produise également un vaste éventail de publications reliées : rapports annuels, magazines, brochures, catalogues de produits, catalogues de manufacturiers, manuels de formation et autres. 

À titre du plus grand imprimeur de livres monochromes au Canada, Marquis a connu une croissance de plus de 200 % au cours des cinq dernières années et nous comptons aujourd’hui sur une équipe de plus de 600 employés répartis dans cinq sites d’affaires à Montmagny, Québec, Louiseville, Sherbrooke, Toronto et Montréal. 

Le rôle du margeur:

  • Relevant du pressier et du superviseur, le margeur doit exécuter toutes les opérations requises afin de maximiser l’équipement, et ce, dans un contexte de production à valeur ajoutée.

 

FONCTIONS ET TÂCHES :

 

  • Faire l’ajustement de l’équipement (feeder);
  • Voit au bon fonctionnement du feeder;
  • Remplie les encriers, solvants, distributeur à poudre et eaux;
  • Fait la pose des plaques;
  • Alimente la presse;
  • Doit s’assurer d’avoir le matériel pour les « jobs » suivantes;
  • Assiste le pressier dans l’entretien et la maintenance de la presse;
  • Autres tâches connexes.

 

EXIGENCES :

  • Détenir un diplôme d’études secondaires;
  • Avoir le sens de la qualité;
  • Avoir de l’autonomie;
  • Besoin de concentration constante;
  • Effort physique requis;
  • Très bonne capacité d’apprentissage;
  • Travail sous la pression.

CONDITIONS DIVERSES

  • Prime de soir de 0.50$/heure ;
  • Avantages sociaux concurrentiels (Congés mobiles, salaire compétitif, assurance collective);
  • Horaire flexible;
  • Vêtements de travail fournis par l’employeur;
  • Souliers de sécurité remboursés;
  • Possibilité d’effectuer du temps supplémentaire.

Salaire offert : 15.38 à 17.60

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Préposé à la réception de marchandise

Description available in french only.

 

À propos de Marquis :

Marquis offre les meilleures solutions dans le domaine de l’édition et des communications à des milliers de propriétaires de contenus au Canada, aux États-Unis et en Europe.

Notre leadership reconnu repose sur un guichet unique de gestion de fichiers, de production graphique et d’impression traditionnelle incluant une toute nouvelle plateforme transnationale d’impression à la demande : Marquis Express.

Marquis excelle dans le secteur du livre et de l’édition, bien que l’entreprise produise également un vaste éventail de publications reliées : rapports annuels, magazines, brochures, catalogues de produits, catalogues de manufacturiers, manuels de formation et autres. 

À titre du plus grand imprimeur de livres monochromes au Canada, Marquis a connu une croissance de plus de 209 % au cours des cinq dernières années et nous comptons aujourd’hui sur une équipe de plus de 400 employés répartis dans cinq bureaux d’affaires à Montmagny, Québec, Louiseville, Sherbrooke et Montréal.

 

Lieu de travail : Montmagny

Le rôle du préposé à la réception de marchandises :
Salarié dont la tâche principale consiste à réceptionner de façon sécuritaire, autonome, et efficace la marchandise.
 
FONCTIONS ET TÂCHES :
Réceptionner dans le système informatique la bonne quantité de marchandise après avoir fait les vérifications nécessaire;
S’assurer que la marchandise reçu correspond au bon fournisseur;
Identifier les palettes de papier avec les bonnes informations et les mettent dans la bonne zone;
Aller porter le matériel reçu aux bons endroits;
Décharger les remorques de rouleaux et les placer aux bons endroits;
S’occuper des bacs de récupération (ramasser les bacs pleins et en mettre des vides, peser les bacs et appeler le transporteur pour venir faire la cueillette);
Entretenir son espace de travail (ménage);
Aide à l’expédition et au cariste;
Effectuer des tâches auxiliaires.
 
EXIGENCES :
Posséder une formation en imprimerie (DEP ou DEC) ou toute combinaison de formation et d’expérience jugée équivalente; 
Avoir démontré des qualités de leader positif;
Avoir ses cartes de chauffeur de lift;
Connaître et utiliser adéquatement les équipements et les ressources matérielles requises afin de détecter les problèmes;
Avoir de très bonne connaissance en informatique;
Être ouvert à la critique, sociable, ouvert aux changements et en mesure de supporter le stress; 
Avoir une bonne capacité d'apprentissage afin d’atteindre rapidement et conserver les standards requis;
Faire preuve d'autonomie, ne pas avoir besoin de surveillance constante pour accomplir le travail requis;
Réagir rapidement et efficacement aux changements constants et aux délais très courts de production;
Savoir travailler en équipe, reconnaître les priorités, prendre des décisions et résoudre des problèmes;
Savoir lire et comprendre les spécificités inscrites sur les dossiers de production;
Avoir de l’initiative et le souci du détail;
Posséder le sens de l’organisation du travail.

 

Le générique masculin est utilisé sans discrimination et uniquement dans le but d'alléger le texte.

Marquis Imprimeur Inc.  souscrit au principe d’équité en matière d’emploi et applique un programme d’accès à l’égalité en emploi pour les femmes, les minorités visibles, les minorités ethniques et les personnes handicapées

’égalité en emploi pour les femmes, les minorités visibles, les minorités ethniques et les personnes handicapées.

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Custumer Service Representative

Customer Service Representative :

As a Customer Service Representative you will have a key role to play among our customers and prospects, as well as our sales team. You will coordinate our clients' printing projects with the production team in order to ensure that projects are delivered on time, according to the specification of the quote. Our publisher clients value our reliability and expect to work as a team with us.

Tasks and responsabilities :

  • Communicate with clients and support them in the development and delivery of their print projects.Manage cost estimates and orders in our manufacturing system.

  • Track projects from start to finish through each stage of production.

  • Assist clients and respond to questions and concerns; facilitate win-win problem solving.

  • Promote new opportunities for both existing accounts and prospects in business development mode.

Qualifications and skills :

  • Bilingualism mandatory, both spoken and written;

  • 3 years in customer service

  • Experience in printing would be considered an asset

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills;

  • Ability to work with tight deadlines and good management of priorities;

  • Organized and able to work in a team, but also independently;

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications;

  • You must be proactive and like to take initiatives. You must be receptive to clients’ needs;

  • You must be determined and have a positive attitude.

 

 

Workplace :

Sherbrooke, Montréal, Louiseville ou Montmagny

Work conditions :

  • Competitive salary

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    Exciting team environment and work

  • Latest technology

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You're up to the challenge and want to be part of a growing business?

Send us your resume by email: emploi-marquis@marquislivre.com

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General Manager

Enthused about moving to the future of book manufacturing?

We are looking for a General Manager for our Toronto manufacturing plant!

 

Webcom, a Division of Marquis Book Printing Inc., is looking for visionary employees who thrive in a stimulating fast paced environment with growth potential. We are an equal opportunity employer and we provide a competitive compensation and benefits package.

 

About Webcom, a Division of Marquis Book Printing Inc.
Marquis’ Webcom division is a leading Canadian print solutions provider servicing the North American market for over 40 years. With a long history of technology leadership, Webcom offers innovative print solutions to address the challenges of high inventory and production costs. Webcom has invested $30 million in new digital inkjet presses, frontend technology and finishing equipment since 2011. Webcom operates out of a 170,000-square foot manufacturing plant located in Toronto and employs 170 people.

About Marquis Book Printing Inc.

Established in 1937, Marquis is Canada’s largest book manufacturer, offering the best solutions in the field of publishing and communications to thousands of content owners in Canada, the United States and Europe.  Marquis has experienced solid growth exceeding 200% in the last five years. Today our team accounts for more than 600 employees in six business locations across Canada: Montmagny, Quebec City, Louiseville, Sherbrooke, Montreal, and Toronto.

This position is ideal for a people builder with 10 years of manager/executive level experience in production management overseeing 100+ employees.  This position reports directly to the Vice President of Operations & Technology and manages all production operations at the Toronto facility.  The successful candidate will ensure the quality delivery of products and services in a timely and cost-efficient manner, while developing the capabilities of his/her direct reports.

Required Skills & Experience:

  • 10+ years of related print manufacturing and plant management experience

  • Strong background in managing Profit and Loss (P&L) statements, forecasting, preparing annual budgets, scheduling expenditures, analyzing variances, and initiating corrective actions

  • Knowledge of, and ability to interpret and apply all organization policies, government regulations, and legislation relating to quality, health & safety, environment, and human resources

  • Proven experience and achievements in the management of health & safety, quality, and continuous improvement

  • Strong managerial and leadership skills, ability to foster team environments and drive employee growth

  • Ability to implement change to improve operations and drive continuous process improvements

  • Good oral and written communication skills

  • Lean Management Training; certification as a Lean Master, Six Sigma Black Belt, or Project Management Professional is an asset

  • Bilingual (English & French) is preferred

  • University degree in Engineering, Graphic Communications Management, Business Administration or other related field of study is an asset

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop a culture of excellence in lean manufacturing that is aligned with the organizational vision

  • Define, manage, and optimize budgets for operations including human and material resources

  • Ensure optimal management of production and overall plant performance achieves performance targets using Daily Management System (DMS)

  • Design operational plans and ensure their successful implementation

  • Establish operational objectives, manage team performance, develop employees, and succession plan to meet business requirements

  • Collaborate with other departments to achieve goals

Please submit your cover letter and resume to human.resources@webcomlink.com noting the job title. Only those selected for interview consideration will be contacted. Marquis encourages applications from all qualified candidates. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, should you require accommodation in the interview and selection process please provide your accommodation needs in advance. You may also be required to submit adequate medical/other documentation to Human Resources to support your request for accommodation. Check us out at www.webcomlink.com/careers !

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Technicial expert of digital solution

Marquis offers the best solutions in the field of publishing and communications to thousands of content owners in Canada, the United States and Europe. Our recognized leadership stems from our one-stop-shop for file management, graphic production and traditional printing, which includes our brand new transnational print-on-demand platform: Marquis Express.

Marquis excels in the book and publishing sector. We also manufacture a wide range of bound publications such as annual reports, magazines, brochures, product catalogues, training manuals and more. As the largest printer of monochrome books in Canada, Marquis has experienced a solid growth exceeding 200% in the last five years. Today our team accounts for more than 400 employees in five business locations across Canada: Montmagny, Quebec, Louiseville, Sherbrooke and Montreal.

We are looking to fill a permanent day shift of Technical expert of digital solutions at our Montmagny factory.  

Position: Technical expert of digital solutions

Workplace: 350 RUE DES ENTREPRENEURS, MONTMAGNY (QUÉBEC)  G5V 4T1

Status: Full time, permanent

The term of the contract : Two(2) years, five(5) days per week, Monday to Friday, 40hours per week. Overtime is paid.

Salary: Between $30.00 and $37.75 per hour

Job overview 

The incumbent is primarily responsible for planning the installation and the commissioning of new production technologies with inkjet technology equipment. He or she works closely with the Industrial Engineering Department to install the equipment to optimize the quantity and quality of production, and reliability of the equipment.

He or she is responsible for analyzing production and non-compliance reports and making the appropriate technical adjustments to the equipment. As a technical expert in inkjet solution, he makes the necessary adjustments to ensure that the equipment meets the expected performance standards. He or she provides technical support as well as preventive and corrective maintenance of equipment. 

Tasks

  • Provide performance management and preventative maintenance of inkjet equipment;

  • Identify, prevent and solve technical problems of inkjet equipment;

  • Develop and implement innovative technical solutions;

  • Participate in the installation of a set of equipment and interfaces with inkjet technology;

  • Develop training programs and provide training to operators;

  • Act as technical advisor in support to production teams;

  • Keep the parts inventory up to date;

  • Read and interpret electrical plans;

  • Participate in optimizing the inkjet solution;

  • Actively participate in improving product and process.

Job requirements

  • Have a minimum of 5 years of experience in analyze equipment performance reports and make the necessary technical adjustments;
     
  • Have a minimum of 5 years of experience as technical training to teams;
     
  • Have a minimum of 15 years of experience as a mechanical technician;
     
  • Have a minimum of 5 years of experience as a technical manager in a related field;
     
  • Hold a post-secondary training in mechanical or industrial engineering or equivalent;
     
  • Linguistic proficiency: French compulsory, English an asset.

The benefits of working with us
Our employees are the key to our success.

  • Flexible schedule opportunity;

  • VRSP with employer participation;

  • Reimbursement of physical activities;

  • Complete group insurance:

    • Life insurance

    • Medical insurance

    • Short and long-term salary insurance

  • Relocation premium

Send your application to:

Marie-Christine Desjardins

Email: mcdesjardins@marquisbooks.com

Conseillère ressources humaines / Human Resources Advisor
350, rue des Entrepreneurs, Montmagny (Québec)  G5V 4T1
T. 418 241-1760 #225  SF. 1 800 363-2468  F. 418 241-1768

 

 

 

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Pressier de presses rotatives couleurs

À propos de Marquis :

 

Marquis offre les meilleures solutions dans le domaine de l’édition et des communications à des milliers de propriétaires de contenus au Canada, aux États-Unis et en Europe.

 

Notre leadership reconnu repose sur un guichet unique de gestion de fichiers, de production graphique et d’impression traditionnelle incluant une toute nouvelle plateforme transnationale d’impression à la demande : Marquis Express.

Marquis excelle dans le secteur du livre et de l’édition, bien que l’entreprise produise également un vaste éventail de publications reliées : rapports annuels, magazines, brochures, catalogues de produits, catalogues de manufacturiers, manuels de formation et autres.

À titre du plus grand imprimeur de livres monochromes au Canada, Marquis a connu une croissance de plus de 209 % au cours des cinq dernières années et nous comptons aujourd’hui sur une équipe de plus de 400 employés répartis dans cinq bureaux d’affaires à Montmagny, Québec, Louiseville, Sherbrooke et Montréal.

LE RÔLE DE  PRESSIER :

  • Salarié dont la tâche principale consiste à opérer et entretenir de façon autonome, sécuritaire et efficace les presses rotatives, dont les 4 couleurs et dont il a normalement la charge.

 

FONCTIONS ET TÂCHES :

  • Réaliser tous les travaux d’impression dans un temps optimal, donner une bonne qualité de travail et limiter la gâche ;
  • Surveiller le fonctionnement et la qualité du produit pendant le tirage et effectuer les correctifs si nécessaire ;
  • Informer le superviseur du travail à faire, de celui réalisé et de toute anomalie ;
  • Coordonner le travail du personnel qui lui est assigné par le superviseur ;
  • Assurer le bon fonctionnement des équipements qui lui sont confiés ;
  • Préparer la presse selon les indications du dossier de production ;
  • Réaliser le programme d’entretien selon le calendrier établi ;
  • Se procurer le matériel nécessaire aux travaux ;
  • Effectuer des tâches auxiliaires.

 

EXIGENCES :

  • Posséder une formation en impression (DEP ou DEC), une expérience de quatre (4) ans sur les presses rotatives dont au moins une à titre de pressier Rotative en noir et blanc ou toute combinaison de formation et d’expérience jugée équivalente;
  • Avoir démontré des qualités de leader positif et une bonne capacité à diriger;
  • Avoir réussi le test d’aptitude du métier (WPT) ou avoir démontré sa capacité à effectuer le travail sur une presse rotative en couleur et même sans toute l’automatisation;
  • Connaître les propriétés physiques des matières premières utilisées selon le produit à réaliser ainsi que leurs réactions physiques aux différentes conditions;
  • Connaître et utiliser adéquatement les équipements et les ressources matérielles requises afin de détecter les problèmes;
  • Connaître les principes de mécanique, d’hydraulique, de pneumatique, d’électricité, d’électronique et d’informatique;
  • Être ouvert à la critique, sociable, ouvert aux changements et en mesure de supporter le stress (Analyse  ADO);
  • Avoir une bonne capacité d'apprentissage afin d’atteindre rapidement et conserver les standards requis;
  • Faire preuve d'autonomie, ne pas avoir besoin de surveillance constante pour accomplir le travail requis;
  • Connaître l’ensemble du processus de production graphique et les normes de qualité en application;
  • Réagir rapidement et efficacement aux changements constants et aux délais très courts de production;
  • Savoir travailler en équipe, reconnaître les priorités, prendre des décisions et résoudre des problèmes;
  • Avoir démontré une excellente logique mécanique (Test Bennett), du jugement, de la flexibilité et une bonne dextérité manuelle;
  • Savoir lire et comprendre les spécificités inscrites sur les dossiers de production;
  • Avoir une bonne condition physique, de l’initiative et le souci du détail;
  • Posséder le sens de l’organisation du travail.

Disponible pour du surtemps et flexible pour changement d’horaire.

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