Located in the town of Matagami, Quebec, some 776 km northwest of Montreal, the first Matagami sawmill was founded in 1968 and rebuilt in the town’s industrial park in 1974 following a fire. The division was acquired by Interfor in 2022 as part of the EACOM Timber Corporation acquisition.
Life in Matagami
Colloquially known as the door to James Bay, Matagami’s location in Northern Quebec makes it a prime destination for fishing and hunting. The town of Matagami was established in 1963 shortly after the discovery of mineral deposits including zine, copper and gold. It is named for the Cree First Nation word meaning “meeting of the waters”.
Matagami Division | Operations
2000 Bd Industriel, Matagami, QC J0Y 2A0, Canada
Available Jobs in Matagami
When you join our team as a Millwright, you will repair, maintain, weld and adjust the equipment and machinery in the sawmill. Working in a sawmill, you'll discover that they do more than transform forest products, they also transform our communities. What You'll DoRepair equipment: conveyors, hydraulic and pneumatic components,...
When you join our team as a Maintenance Planner, reporting to the General Superintendent, you will be responsible for planning the work of the maintenance department.As a leader in the preventive maintenance program, you will demonstrate innovation and constantly look for new ways to be more productive while enhancing health and safety. In this role, you must ensure...
When you join our team as a Stationary Engine Mechanic 4th Class, you will report to the Planer and Shipping Supervisor, you will perform tasks related to the thermal power plan and kiln operations.What You'll DoRespecting safety standards and prevention rules of the department.Ensuring safe equipment and work environment.Ensuring...
When you join our team as a General Labourer, you will support the mill to run smoothly by ensuring everything has a place and that the yard and sawmill are clean. Working in a sawmill, you'll discover that they do more than transform forest products, they also transform our communities. What You'll DoTie up bundles of rough lumber for...