Canadian Executive Search is looking for Machine Operators to work with our client in Guelph, ON. They are one of the leading global manufacturers.
Competitive hourly pay $18/hr + $1.00 shift premium
Candidates must be able to work all shifts.
Consistent weekly pay; 40+ hours a week
Working on the line you will machine parts and perform quality checks in a timely manner. These positions require shift work and the ability to work overtime.
- Setting up manufacturing equipment for daily use
- Maintaining equipment and machinery so they can operate safely
- Training and overseeing other employees on specialty machines
- Maintaining the understanding of operating procedures for their machines
- Proposing improvements to the process or machines as needed
- Reporting safety hazards within the work environment
- Follow work instructions and verbal directions to meet targeted production quotas
- Ensure that only quality parts are passed onto the next operation, notify supervisor of quality related problems immediately
- Maintain a safe work environment through adherence to all safety policies, rules and procedures established by the company, and initiate corrective action to any unsafe conditions
- Maintain an attitude of cooperation and teamwork
- Previous Manufacturing experience is an asset
- Ability to work all rotating shifts
- Ability to work overtime as required
- Must be willing to learn
- Work independently and as part of a team
Want to Apply?
Please submit your resume to [email protected]
We are proud to support the full inclusion of persons with disabilities as set out in the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. We are committed to ensuring the workplace is free from discrimination. During our hiring process, we will notify job applicants that accommodations are available upon request. If a selected job applicant requests accommodation, we will consult with the individual and provide or arrange for the appropriate accommodation taking into account the applicant’s disability-related needs.