fish filleters $15 - $28 (piece work) delta, Delta

randstad canada
job type
$ 31,200 per year
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job details

delta, british columbia
industrial support
job type
$ 31,200 per year
reference number
randstad canada
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job description

Delta Pacific Seafoods (DPS) is the largest fresh, frozen and value added seafood processor in British Columbia. We specialize in providing high quality, custom seafood processing, value added and cold storage services to our customers.
We are currently seeking individuals with expert knife skills to join our filleting team. Our Fish Filleters are responsible for cutting, trimming and filleting fish ensuring minimal wastage while maintaining a safe and sanitary environment.
Job Duties:
• Trim, fillet and clean various species of seafood
• Learn to grade and sort fish
• Clean and sanitize work area and equipment
• Other processing line work as assigned
• Expert knife skills – 1 year of butcher/knife experience required
• Good hand-eye coordination
• Must have basic English communication skills
• Must be able to stand for an eight hour shift
• Must be able to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
• Must take direction and abide by safety rules
• Must be hard working and reliable
• Must have reliable transportation

Shift Hours
Monday – Friday 6.30am – 2.30pm.
Occasional overtime and weekend hours may be required.

- $15 - $28/hr
- Opportunities for overtime
- 4% vacation pay added to each cheque
- Opportunity for advancement based on performance
After 3 weeks, successful trainees will be offered full-time employment, with group benefits (medical, extended health, dental) after 3 months and Group RRSP after 12 months.

Average hourly earnings $26-$30 for experienced filleters – earnings vary by skill level.
3 weeks on the job training will be provided to learn and master the knife skills required for filleting.

Wage rate will be $15 per hour.

If you are interested in this position, please forward your resume for interview right away.

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Please contact Craig at 604-377-9299 or


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