Our client in the cabinetry business has immediate openings for GENERAL LABOURER (Finishing Technicians)

Location:  Chatham, ON

Start Date:  Immediate

Wage:  $15.55/hour (+4% vacation pay), with the potential to be HIRED ON (no guarantee)

Shifts:  6:00 am – 6:00 pm (12 hour continental shifts), you would work 4 days one week (including the weekend) and the following week you would work 3 days per week (Bonus:  you know your entire shift schedule for the year)

Position Summary:  you will work with raw or chemical treated wood for efficient product finishing, while adhering to quality standards and ensuring process optimization

Duties:

sand, trim, scrape, deburr clean or polish objects or parts to correct defects or to prepare surfaces for further finishing

knowledge of safe operation of general hand and air tools

safe general operations of machinery and equipment

measure and mark parts

apply lacquer, clear coats and finishes to finished product surfaces

verify qualify of finished products by inspecting, comparing templates

physically demanding (lifting, bending, twisting, standing for long periods of time)

high attention to detail

work in a production environment

good communication skills

Application Process:

complete online registration, mandatory H&S paperwork

 

Since 2011, Canadian Executive Search Group (CES) a leading provider of staffing services and solutions has been acquired by Arrow Workforce Solutions (AWS), a premier provider of employment services throughout North America.  We are a full cycle recruitment agency.  The experience of CES and AWS enables us to offer a more refined and innovative approach for recruitment solutions for both contract and permanent positions within the Engineering, I.T, Finance,  Management, Automation, Skilled Trades, Administration, Health Care and Light Industrial Industries.

Interested in applying?  Please email your resume to; sandy@canadianexecutivesearch.com

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