Catalyst Paper Implements New Recruitment & Onboarding System

Release Date:
Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Richmond, (B.C.) – Catalyst Paper today implemented a new Recruitment & Onboarding system that will make it faster and easier for prospective employees to access current and future career opportunities. 

The new system has limited data entry requirements allowing individuals interested in a career with Catalyst to enter their credentials quickly and easily.  The new system also allows the company to maintain an easily searchable database of candidates for current or future jobs. Anyone interested in employment with Catalyst or considering a job change should visit the company’s careers site (catalystpaper.com/careers) and input their credentials.

For over a century, Catalyst has been an integral part of the North American pulp and paper industry. It is proud to be recognized as a leader in product technology innovation and environmental sustainability, founded on a tradition of operational excellence and personal ownership for business performance.

Today, Catalyst offers a variety of opportunities for individuals seeking to build their career in a rewarding business with a proud heritage. For more information visit: catalystpaper.com/careers.

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About Catalyst Paper

Catalyst Paper manufactures diverse papers such as coated freesheet, coated one side (C1S), flexible and industrial packaging, food service, coated and uncoated groundwood, newsprint, directory, as well as market pulp. Customers include retailers, publishers and commercial printers in North America, Latin America, the Pacific Rim and Europe. With five mills across North America, Catalyst has annual production capacity of 2.3 million tonnes. Catalyst is headquartered in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, and has been ranked by Corporate Knights magazine for the 11th consecutive year as one of the 50 Best Corporate Citizens in Canada.

For more information:

Tuan Diep
Director, Talent Management & Employee Relations
604-247-4015

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