We hire university students to work terms in all of our operations – high-yield pulp, paper, specialty cellulose pulp and chemical products.
Our Temiscaming site has some 800 employees in our manufacturing facilities – so we have an ongoing need for qualified university students to work as interns, and augment our permanent staff or contribute to special projects.
We generally have from eight to twelve interns working on the Temiscaming site at any one time, so you get to rub shoulders with people from other universities as well as permanent employees.
Typical internships at Temiscaming
Paper (coated bleached board)
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Simple application process
Complete an online application for a posting on this page, and we will follow up with you.
Accommodations and supplies
We have reserved two three-bedroom apartments for interns in the town of Temiscaming, a 10-minute drive from the our site. Rent is very reasonable – no more than $300 a month. The apartments are well equipped:
- Appliances – stove, refrigerator, microwave oven, clothes washer and dryer
- Towels, plates and dishes, glasses and mugs, cutlery, pots and pans
- Internet and cable
All you need to do is bring the basics: clothing and personal belongings, bed sheets and blankets, personal hygiene products and any medications, electronic devices and, yes, alarm clock.
What to expect in your first week
The evening before internship training starts, our Human Resources staffers take our students out to dinner – a chance to get acquainted. The introductory training week emphasizes safety. And get used to it – every meeting at Rayonier Advanced Materials starts with a brief talk about working and living safely. You’ll also get a high-level presentation by the mill manager. In brief, you’ll be part of our team from Day One.
And during each internship term, we organize group activities that give students the flavor of life in our community.
Where are we on the map?
The Town of Temiscaming and the Rayonier Advanced Materials site overlook the Ottawa River, on the provincial border between Québec and Ontario. If you’re driving for the first time, here’s what to expect:
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There is one bus trip from Temiscaming to North Bay every day, with Maheux Bus Lines, which also serves the surrounding area in Québec.
Bus service from North Bay to towns and cities in Ontario is provided by Ontario Northland.