NOC 9433 – Papermaking and finishing machine operators
To apply under NOC-9433 National Occupation Classification you must follow the roles and responsibilities of Papermaking and finishing machine operators.
Required roles and responsibilities:-
Papermaking and finishing machine operators perform some or all of the following duties:
- Operate and monitor various papermaking and finishing process machinery and equipment to dry, calender, laminate, coat, slit, trim, wind or carry out other papermaking and finishing process steps
- Mount, position and thread paper rolls using a hoist
- Control process machinery using a distributed control system and process computers
- Observe equipment and machinery, panel indicators, gauges, level indicators and other equipment instruments to detect machinery and equipment malfunctions and ensure process steps are carried out according to specifications
- Communicate with and assist papermaking and coating control operators to make process adjustments and to start up or shut down process machines as required
- Inspect paper visually for wrinkles, holes, discolouration, streaks or other defects and take corrective action
- Complete and maintain production reports.
You can also see the required titles to apply as a Papermaking and finishing machine operators
NOC 9433 – Papermaking and finishing machine operators: example titles.
- assistant coating operator – pulp and paper
- back tender, paper machine
- balerman/woman – pulp and paper
- baling press tender – pulp and paper
- calender man/woman – pulp and paper
- calender operator – pulp and paper
- calenderer – pulp and paper
- combiner machine operator – paper mill
- core cutter and reamer
- crimping head operator – papermaking
- cutter and reamer, cores – pulp and paper
- embossing calender operator – pulp and paper
- finisher – pulp and paper
- fourdrinier machine operator – pulp and paper
- fourth hand – pulp and paper
- grader – pulp and paper
- graderman/woman – pulp and paper
- label operator – papermaking
- laminating machine operator – paper mill
- packer-wrapper attendant – papermaking
- paper grader
- paper jogger operation – pulp and paper
- paper machine hand
- paper machine operator
- paper machine winderman/woman
- paper roll finisher – pulp and paper
- paper roll wrapper – pulp and paper
- paper-coating machine operator
- paper-finishing machine operator
- papermaking and finishing machine operator
- pressman/woman, pulp – pulp and paper
- processed paper rewinder
- pulp press tender
- rewinder – pulp and paper
- rewinder tender – pulp and paper
- roll finisher – paper
- roll wrapper – paper
- salvage winder operator – papermaking
- second hand, paper machine
- sheet paper inspector
- sheet paper sampler
- sheeter operator – pulp and paper
- specialty rewinder operator – papermaking
- supercalender operator – pulp and paper
- third hand – pulp and paper
- winder operator – pulp and paper
- winderman/woman – pulp and paper
- wrapline operator – papermaking
- Completion of secondary school is required.
- Completion of several weeks of formal company training and several months of on-the-job training is required.
- Previous experience as a labourer within the same company is usually required.
- A certificate in industrial first aid may be required.
- A competency certificate in natural gas may be required.
- There is limited mobility among jobs within this occupational group.
- Progression to papermaking and coating control operator occupations is possible with experience.
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