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        • Laval, Québec
        • Permanent
        • $60,000 - $70,000 per year
        Position: Production SupervisorMonday to Friday Evening Shift (3:30 to midnight)$60 000-$70 000Food production and distributionLavalUnder the Production director's responsibility, the evening production supervisor has to supervise and manage his team (30 employees). The evening Supervisor has to be capable to work with little supervision, the candidate should be strong in organizing and work planning and be Detail-oriented, autonomous, diligent, has initiative. We are looking for someone who has experience with continuous improvement in order to bring ideas to improve process optimization activities, waste reduction, increase productivity, safety and quality. AdvantagesPosition: Production SupervisorEvening Shift Monday to Friday (3:30 to midnight)$60 000-$70 000Food production and distributionLavalCasual dressCompany eventsDental care, Disability insurance, Extended health care, Life insuranceOn-site parkingPaid time offStore discount, Discounted or free foodResponsibilitiesResponsabilities :-Accomplishes manufacturing staff results by communicating job expectations: planning, monitoring job results, coaching, counselling and disciplining employees, initiating, coordinating and enforcing systems, policies and procedures.-Maintains workflow by monitoring steps of the process, setting processing variables, observing control points and equipment, monitoring personnel and resources.-Completes production schedules, accomplishing work results, establishing priorities, monitoring progress, revising schedules, resolving problems, reporting results of the processing flow on shift production summaries.-Maintains quality service by establishing and enforcing organization standards.-Enforces the production schedule and communicates it to the production director.-Maintains staff by orienting and training employees, developing personal growth opportunities. Support all training activities for employees on subjects such as GMP, SQF, HACCP, etc…-Enforces cleaning and housekeeping to make the workplace sanitary, tidy and safe-Ensures employees, external contractors and suppliers comply with health and safety rules and regulations-Ensures workplace is free of health and safety hazards.-Ensures proper use and maintenance of production equipment, tools and accessories.-Performs all other activities requested by the plant manager.Qualifications5 years experience as a production supervisorStrong experience in the food processing manufacturing industryExperience with continuous improvement Good knowledge of Microsoft OfficeBilingual French and EnglishKnowledge of food industry, HACCPKnowledge of food hygiene standards GMPTeam playerWork well under pressure and manage multiple projects at one time.Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships.SummaryPosition: Production SupervisorMonday to Friday Evening Shift$55 000-$70 000Food production and distributionLavalPour postuler au Poste de Superviseur de production sur le quart de soir à LavalAppelez Dominic au 514-779-5397Envoyez-nous un courriel en tout temps à dominic.grosleau@randstad.caSachez que nous avons aussi des opportunités de carrière de superviseur de production, de maintenance, de logistique, d’inventaire, d’entrepôt, d’opérations, de contremaître et de planificateur dans la grande région de MontréalPour consulter la liste complète de tous nos postes par division, visitez www.randstad.ca.l’humain en têteVous souhaitez recevoir nos offres d’emploi? Rien de plus facile.- Rendez-vous sur randstad.ca- Cliquez sur chercher un emploi- Sélectionnez la touche rechercher- Choisissez offres d’emploi par courriel- Complétez les champs demandés***PRIME DE RÉFÉRENCEMENT***Nous voulons plus de gens comme vous!Connaissez-vous des gens à la recherche d’une opportunité de carrière?Pour chaque personne que vous nous référez et que nous emploierons durant au moins 4 semaines consécutives, nous vous donnerons 250$.Facile, non?Assurez-vous que la personne référée mentionne votre nom lors de son appel ou sa visite.Dominic,
        Position: Production SupervisorMonday to Friday Evening Shift (3:30 to midnight)$60 000-$70 000Food production and distributionLavalUnder the Production director's responsibility, the evening production supervisor has to supervise and manage his team (30 employees). The evening Supervisor has to be capable to work with little supervision, the candidate should be strong in organizing and work planning and be Detail-oriented, autonomous, diligent, has initiative. We are looking for someone who has experience with continuous improvement in order to bring ideas to improve process optimization activities, waste reduction, increase productivity, safety and quality. AdvantagesPosition: Production SupervisorEvening Shift Monday to Friday (3:30 to midnight)$60 000-$70 000Food production and distributionLavalCasual dressCompany eventsDental care, Disability insurance, Extended health care, Life insuranceOn-site parkingPaid time offStore discount, Discounted or free foodResponsibilitiesResponsabilities :-Accomplishes manufacturing staff results by communicating job expectations: planning, monitoring job results, coaching, counselling and disciplining employees, initiating, coordinating and enforcing systems, policies and procedures.-Maintains workflow by monitoring steps of the process, setting processing variables, observing control points and equipment, monitoring personnel and resources.-Completes production schedules, accomplishing work results, establishing priorities, monitoring progress, revising schedules, resolving problems, reporting results of the processing flow on shift production summaries.-Maintains quality service by establishing and enforcing organization standards.-Enforces the production schedule and communicates it to the production director.-Maintains staff by orienting and training employees, developing personal growth opportunities. Support all training activities for employees on subjects such as GMP, SQF, HACCP, etc…-Enforces cleaning and housekeeping to make the workplace sanitary, tidy and safe-Ensures employees, external contractors and suppliers comply with health and safety rules and regulations-Ensures workplace is free of health and safety hazards.-Ensures proper use and maintenance of production equipment, tools and accessories.-Performs all other activities requested by the plant manager.Qualifications5 years experience as a production supervisorStrong experience in the food processing manufacturing industryExperience with continuous improvement Good knowledge of Microsoft OfficeBilingual French and EnglishKnowledge of food industry, HACCPKnowledge of food hygiene standards GMPTeam playerWork well under pressure and manage multiple projects at one time.Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships.SummaryPosition: Production SupervisorMonday to Friday Evening Shift$55 000-$70 000Food production and distributionLavalPour postuler au Poste de Superviseur de production sur le quart de soir à LavalAppelez Dominic au 514-779-5397Envoyez-nous un courriel en tout temps à dominic.grosleau@randstad.caSachez que nous avons aussi des opportunités de carrière de superviseur de production, de maintenance, de logistique, d’inventaire, d’entrepôt, d’opérations, de contremaître et de planificateur dans la grande région de MontréalPour consulter la liste complète de tous nos postes par division, visitez www.randstad.ca.l’humain en têteVous souhaitez recevoir nos offres d’emploi? Rien de plus facile.- Rendez-vous sur randstad.ca- Cliquez sur chercher un emploi- Sélectionnez la touche rechercher- Choisissez offres d’emploi par courriel- Complétez les champs demandés***PRIME DE RÉFÉRENCEMENT***Nous voulons plus de gens comme vous!Connaissez-vous des gens à la recherche d’une opportunité de carrière?Pour chaque personne que vous nous référez et que nous emploierons durant au moins 4 semaines consécutives, nous vous donnerons 250$.Facile, non?Assurez-vous que la personne référée mentionne votre nom lors de son appel ou sa visite.Dominic,
        • Delta, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        Are you a certified Red Seal Industrial Electrician with experience working in a manufacturing environment? Are you looking for a new role where you can work Monday - Friday day shift? Are you interested in working for a growing company with a great work environment? Then look no further, this position is for you!Advantages- Excellent benefits package - Highly competitive pension plan- Good Job stability- Monday - Friday day shift Responsibilities- Perform preventative maintenance repairs of plant equipment through issued work orders- Electrical repairs- Improvements and modifications to existing equipment- Ensure proper documentation of maintenance activities- Assist with movement of equipment and plant modifications- Abide by all company health and safety protocols and procedures- Perform all duties while in compliance with HACCP rulesQualifications- Red Seal certification is a must- Power engineering ticket is an asset - Premium rate in case you have the double ticket- 2-3 years of experience working in an automated manufacturing facility- Knowledge of HACCP and GMP practices is considered an asset- Previous experience in a food/pharma/cosmetic setting is also considered an asset- Completion of OSSD or equivalentSummaryInterested in hearing more? Let us know by…Visiting www.randstad.ca and apply through the postingApplying by e-mail at renata.garcia@randstad.ca
        Are you a certified Red Seal Industrial Electrician with experience working in a manufacturing environment? Are you looking for a new role where you can work Monday - Friday day shift? Are you interested in working for a growing company with a great work environment? Then look no further, this position is for you!Advantages- Excellent benefits package - Highly competitive pension plan- Good Job stability- Monday - Friday day shift Responsibilities- Perform preventative maintenance repairs of plant equipment through issued work orders- Electrical repairs- Improvements and modifications to existing equipment- Ensure proper documentation of maintenance activities- Assist with movement of equipment and plant modifications- Abide by all company health and safety protocols and procedures- Perform all duties while in compliance with HACCP rulesQualifications- Red Seal certification is a must- Power engineering ticket is an asset - Premium rate in case you have the double ticket- 2-3 years of experience working in an automated manufacturing facility- Knowledge of HACCP and GMP practices is considered an asset- Previous experience in a food/pharma/cosmetic setting is also considered an asset- Completion of OSSD or equivalentSummaryInterested in hearing more? Let us know by…Visiting www.randstad.ca and apply through the postingApplying by e-mail at renata.garcia@randstad.ca
        • Brampton, Ontario
        • Contract
        • $14.25 per hour
        If you are not comfortable to do heavy work and only looking for something light, this position must be for you, Apply now!!Randstad is looking for Full time employees for the light packaging work for their Pharmaceutical client located at Steeles and Torbram (Major intersection) in Brampton.Shift available: AfternoonAfternoon Shift - Monday to Friday - 3:15 PM - 11:15 PMPay rate: $14.25/hourAdvantagesAdvantages of working with us for this role:-Light general labour work- Neat and clean warehouse- 4% vacation pay added onto your check- Transit accessible- Training provided- Friendly environment- Maximum lifting 15-20 lbs. only- Most suitable for candidates who are looking for long term opportunities- Possibility of perm hire based on your dedication and work ethics and the period of assignmentThings you should aware of:- Their production fluctuates every week so possible layoffs in the beginning of the assignment- This work is through Randstad, not a direct hire- It is a temporary position but assignment longevity depends on your performance- Fast pace working environment- No end date of assignment- Paying direct deposits only, you will get paid weekly on every Friday- If you meet the above requirements, please contact us IMMEDIATELY as positions fill fast.Responsibilities- 15-20 lbs lifting- Lifting, standing, bending and moving around- work on moderate to fast pace machines- Following supervisor's instructions- Producing quality products- Pay attention to detail- Packaging medicines, beauty products, and other pharmaceutical productsQualificationsRequirements:- Must be punctual- Must have good attendance- Must understand GMP, Health & Safety policies- Must have Safety Shoes- Able to work in a fast environment- Light packaging of pharmaceutical - Must be eligible to work full time in Canada- Looking for dedicated and reliable employees- All full time & Part time candidates are eligible to applySummaryHow to APPLY:Email your resume to Sarika at sarika.sarika@randstad.ca or APPLY online to this job postingOR please call Sarika at 647-229-6435 directly for immediate assistance with this position.Thank you for choosing Randstad, good to know you!!!Sarika
        If you are not comfortable to do heavy work and only looking for something light, this position must be for you, Apply now!!Randstad is looking for Full time employees for the light packaging work for their Pharmaceutical client located at Steeles and Torbram (Major intersection) in Brampton.Shift available: AfternoonAfternoon Shift - Monday to Friday - 3:15 PM - 11:15 PMPay rate: $14.25/hourAdvantagesAdvantages of working with us for this role:-Light general labour work- Neat and clean warehouse- 4% vacation pay added onto your check- Transit accessible- Training provided- Friendly environment- Maximum lifting 15-20 lbs. only- Most suitable for candidates who are looking for long term opportunities- Possibility of perm hire based on your dedication and work ethics and the period of assignmentThings you should aware of:- Their production fluctuates every week so possible layoffs in the beginning of the assignment- This work is through Randstad, not a direct hire- It is a temporary position but assignment longevity depends on your performance- Fast pace working environment- No end date of assignment- Paying direct deposits only, you will get paid weekly on every Friday- If you meet the above requirements, please contact us IMMEDIATELY as positions fill fast.Responsibilities- 15-20 lbs lifting- Lifting, standing, bending and moving around- work on moderate to fast pace machines- Following supervisor's instructions- Producing quality products- Pay attention to detail- Packaging medicines, beauty products, and other pharmaceutical productsQualificationsRequirements:- Must be punctual- Must have good attendance- Must understand GMP, Health & Safety policies- Must have Safety Shoes- Able to work in a fast environment- Light packaging of pharmaceutical - Must be eligible to work full time in Canada- Looking for dedicated and reliable employees- All full time & Part time candidates are eligible to applySummaryHow to APPLY:Email your resume to Sarika at sarika.sarika@randstad.ca or APPLY online to this job postingOR please call Sarika at 647-229-6435 directly for immediate assistance with this position.Thank you for choosing Randstad, good to know you!!!Sarika
        • Brampton, Ontario
        • Contract
        • $14.25 per hour
        If you are not comfortable to do heavy work and only looking for something light, this position must be for you, Apply now!!Randstad is looking for Full time employees for the light packaging work for their Pharmaceutical client located at Steeles and Torbram (Major intersection) in Brampton.Shift available: Days/Afternoon/MidnightSTART - ImmediatelyDay Shift - Monday to Friday - 7:00 am to 3:30 pmAfternoon Shift - Monday to Friday - 3:15 PM - 11:15 PMMidnight Shift - Sunday to Thursday - 11:00 pm to 7:00 amAdvantagesAdvantages of working with us for this role:-Light general labour work- Neat and clean warehouse- 4% vacation pay added onto your check- Transit accessible- Training provided- Friendly environment- Maximum lifting 15-20 lbs. only- Most suitable for candidates who are looking for long term opportunities- Possibility of perm hire based on your dedication and work ethics and the period of assignmentThings you should aware of:- Their production fluctuates every week so possible layoffs in the beginning of the assignment- This work is through Randstad, not a direct hire- It is a temporary position but assignment longevity depends on your performance- Fast pace working environment- No end date of assignment- Paying direct deposits only, you will get paid weekly on every Friday- If you meet the above requirements, please contact us IMMEDIATELY as positions fill fast.Responsibilities- 15-20 lbs lifting- Lifting, standing, bending and moving around- work on moderate to fast pace machines- Following supervisor's instructions- Producing quality products- Pay attention to detail- Packaging medicines, beauty products, and other pharmaceutical productsQualificationsRequirements:- Must be punctual- Must have good attendance- Must understand GMP, Health & Safety policies- Must have Safety Shoes- Able to work in a fast environment- Light packaging of pharmaceutical - Must be eligible to work full time in Canada- Looking for dedicated and reliable employees- All full time & Part time candidates are eligible to applySummaryHow to APPLY:Email your resume to Sarika at sarika.sarika@randstad.ca or APPLY online to this job postingOR please call Sarika at 647-229-6435 directly for immediate assistance with this position.Thank you for choosing Randstad, good to know you!!!Sarika
        If you are not comfortable to do heavy work and only looking for something light, this position must be for you, Apply now!!Randstad is looking for Full time employees for the light packaging work for their Pharmaceutical client located at Steeles and Torbram (Major intersection) in Brampton.Shift available: Days/Afternoon/MidnightSTART - ImmediatelyDay Shift - Monday to Friday - 7:00 am to 3:30 pmAfternoon Shift - Monday to Friday - 3:15 PM - 11:15 PMMidnight Shift - Sunday to Thursday - 11:00 pm to 7:00 amAdvantagesAdvantages of working with us for this role:-Light general labour work- Neat and clean warehouse- 4% vacation pay added onto your check- Transit accessible- Training provided- Friendly environment- Maximum lifting 15-20 lbs. only- Most suitable for candidates who are looking for long term opportunities- Possibility of perm hire based on your dedication and work ethics and the period of assignmentThings you should aware of:- Their production fluctuates every week so possible layoffs in the beginning of the assignment- This work is through Randstad, not a direct hire- It is a temporary position but assignment longevity depends on your performance- Fast pace working environment- No end date of assignment- Paying direct deposits only, you will get paid weekly on every Friday- If you meet the above requirements, please contact us IMMEDIATELY as positions fill fast.Responsibilities- 15-20 lbs lifting- Lifting, standing, bending and moving around- work on moderate to fast pace machines- Following supervisor's instructions- Producing quality products- Pay attention to detail- Packaging medicines, beauty products, and other pharmaceutical productsQualificationsRequirements:- Must be punctual- Must have good attendance- Must understand GMP, Health & Safety policies- Must have Safety Shoes- Able to work in a fast environment- Light packaging of pharmaceutical - Must be eligible to work full time in Canada- Looking for dedicated and reliable employees- All full time & Part time candidates are eligible to applySummaryHow to APPLY:Email your resume to Sarika at sarika.sarika@randstad.ca or APPLY online to this job postingOR please call Sarika at 647-229-6435 directly for immediate assistance with this position.Thank you for choosing Randstad, good to know you!!!Sarika
        • Coquitlam, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        Do you describe yourself as someone who enjoys paying attention to details? Are you looking to develop your troubleshooting and mechanical skills? If so, we are looking for people just like you. The nutritional supplements manufacturing department in Coquitlam is growing and we are looking for a Machine Operator who will help ensure the set-up, operation, and cleaning of high-performing machines is done in a safe and efficient manner. What you need to know about the job:Shifts: Monday to Friday: 6:15 am - 2:15 pm (Morning Shift)Advantages- A competitive salary and the opportunity to grow to more technical Machine Operator functions. Each improvement level comes with a pay increase as you grow towards a Maintenance machine Operator role. The pay can go up as high as $25/H.- Great benefits, including company-matched RRSP, healthcare, health and personal spending accounts, wellness days, employee appreciation events, and $50 per quarter to spend on company products in addition to employee discount pricing- The opportunity to work with great people, the ability to influence and lead change within a company dedicated to continuous improvementResponsibilitiesMachine Operator expectations: - This is a fast-paced job that requires the use of hand tools and a sound mechanical aptitude. - You will be expected to adhere to all procedures, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)- Your duties will require lifting of up to 50 lbs and rolling units of up to 100 lbs. - The job involves constant training and development. With more training comes more pay. - You will be expected to work alone and in a team setting.Qualifications- Previous experience as a machine operator or exposure to work that requires the use of hand tools and mechanical tasks. - Ability to safely lift items that weigh up to 50 lbs. - Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.- Available to work the morning shift. - You are good at focusing on the little things and understanding the importance of attention to detail. - You are looking for a career; a long-term job where you can grow and move up to leadership.SummaryThree easy ways to apply:1. E-mail resume to Jocelyn: jocelyn.pascua@randstad.ca2. Apply online: http://www.randstad.ca3. Call Jocelyn@ 778.773.4203Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
        Do you describe yourself as someone who enjoys paying attention to details? Are you looking to develop your troubleshooting and mechanical skills? If so, we are looking for people just like you. The nutritional supplements manufacturing department in Coquitlam is growing and we are looking for a Machine Operator who will help ensure the set-up, operation, and cleaning of high-performing machines is done in a safe and efficient manner. What you need to know about the job:Shifts: Monday to Friday: 6:15 am - 2:15 pm (Morning Shift)Advantages- A competitive salary and the opportunity to grow to more technical Machine Operator functions. Each improvement level comes with a pay increase as you grow towards a Maintenance machine Operator role. The pay can go up as high as $25/H.- Great benefits, including company-matched RRSP, healthcare, health and personal spending accounts, wellness days, employee appreciation events, and $50 per quarter to spend on company products in addition to employee discount pricing- The opportunity to work with great people, the ability to influence and lead change within a company dedicated to continuous improvementResponsibilitiesMachine Operator expectations: - This is a fast-paced job that requires the use of hand tools and a sound mechanical aptitude. - You will be expected to adhere to all procedures, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)- Your duties will require lifting of up to 50 lbs and rolling units of up to 100 lbs. - The job involves constant training and development. With more training comes more pay. - You will be expected to work alone and in a team setting.Qualifications- Previous experience as a machine operator or exposure to work that requires the use of hand tools and mechanical tasks. - Ability to safely lift items that weigh up to 50 lbs. - Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.- Available to work the morning shift. - You are good at focusing on the little things and understanding the importance of attention to detail. - You are looking for a career; a long-term job where you can grow and move up to leadership.SummaryThree easy ways to apply:1. E-mail resume to Jocelyn: jocelyn.pascua@randstad.ca2. Apply online: http://www.randstad.ca3. Call Jocelyn@ 778.773.4203Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
        • Vancouver, British Columbia
        • Contract
        We are seeking a Jr. Distribution Supervisor to join a our client in a health-care system located in Vancouver. It is a great opportunity to be a part of a dynamic, innovative, diverse and caring organization. Reporting to the Manager, Production, you will be responsible for management, execution and evaluation of Distribution activities. It is a 24/7 operation and this role is responsible for all shifts. Advantages- Be a part of a meaningful and inspiring journey, where what you do matters.- Four month contract with an extension possibility.- Competitive salary.Responsibilities- Manage the Distribution staff performing production activities to ensure effective and efficient use of resources in a positive working environment.- Oversees the daily operations of aspects of the Distribution process and is responsible to ensure that processes are performed effectively, efficiently and safely.- Provides input to the Production Manager on annual budget for approval in accordance with guidelines.- Ensures ongoing monitoring and reporting of all occupational health and safety issues in the workplace.- Strong organizational, analytical and effective problem-solving skills are essential.Qualifications- Post-secondary level education in a relevant discipline from a recognized academic institution in a science or engineering discipline, registration with CSMLS, business administration, or supply chain management or related experience is required.- Several years of related experience in a manufacturing environment is essential, with a minimum of 3 years in a supervisory or Team Lead capacity preferred.- Operational experience in a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Quality Assurance environment is a definite asset.SummaryIf you fulfill all of the qualifications and believe this is the right position then we want to hear from you! Please reach out directly to me today! Please note that due to the COVID-19 government regulations in place our offices are temporarily closed.However, please apply via this application link alternatively you can email elena.cowan@randstad.ca | (604) 404-3976
        We are seeking a Jr. Distribution Supervisor to join a our client in a health-care system located in Vancouver. It is a great opportunity to be a part of a dynamic, innovative, diverse and caring organization. Reporting to the Manager, Production, you will be responsible for management, execution and evaluation of Distribution activities. It is a 24/7 operation and this role is responsible for all shifts. Advantages- Be a part of a meaningful and inspiring journey, where what you do matters.- Four month contract with an extension possibility.- Competitive salary.Responsibilities- Manage the Distribution staff performing production activities to ensure effective and efficient use of resources in a positive working environment.- Oversees the daily operations of aspects of the Distribution process and is responsible to ensure that processes are performed effectively, efficiently and safely.- Provides input to the Production Manager on annual budget for approval in accordance with guidelines.- Ensures ongoing monitoring and reporting of all occupational health and safety issues in the workplace.- Strong organizational, analytical and effective problem-solving skills are essential.Qualifications- Post-secondary level education in a relevant discipline from a recognized academic institution in a science or engineering discipline, registration with CSMLS, business administration, or supply chain management or related experience is required.- Several years of related experience in a manufacturing environment is essential, with a minimum of 3 years in a supervisory or Team Lead capacity preferred.- Operational experience in a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Quality Assurance environment is a definite asset.SummaryIf you fulfill all of the qualifications and believe this is the right position then we want to hear from you! Please reach out directly to me today! Please note that due to the COVID-19 government regulations in place our offices are temporarily closed.However, please apply via this application link alternatively you can email elena.cowan@randstad.ca | (604) 404-3976
        • Stayner, Ontario
        • Contract
        Wanting a long weekend EVERY WEEK? Have every Friday off! We have a position for you!Assembly/General Labour roles available for immediate start in the Stayner area.Details:• Monday to Thursday work week (4 Days)• Day shift 6:00am-4:40pm • $15.50/hour• Working on assembly line picking up and moving product onto skids for shipping• Must be physically fit moving and lifting involved• Must have safety shoes (CSA Approved Steel Toed Boots)• Uniforms providedPlease apply online at www.randstad.ca and then call the branch at 705-735-1106.Randstad Barrie is well-versed in tackling the issues that come with job-hunting. We seek to partner with you to help you find, full-time permanent career opportunities. Please connect Barrie office to find out more about the promising opportunities we have here.Don't forget to ask about our NEW insider app for your smartphone. This is an easy way to stay and touch and streamline your job search with Randstad Barrie.Please keep in mind we have a referral bonus program for anyone we find a placement for both permanent and temporary.We are looking forward to hearing from you!Kindest Regards,AveryLornaBonnieSueAdvantages• Willing to train• 4 Day Shift - Monday to Thursday• Local, long term• Uniforms provided• Paid weekly via direct deposit• Opportunity for permanent hire on• Learn new skillsResponsibilities• Run the equipment to deliver performance according to Productions plan.• Start, stop and perform all safety related checks on equipment.• Proficient in troubleshooting and basic equipment care.• Observe and report any concerns or defects that may affect product safety or quality.• Adhere to all PPE, GMP, and HACCP requirements to achieve food safety standards.• Document all necessary data for machine and line performance.• Complete 100% of required Alchemy trainings (Personal Safety and Food Safety Training).Qualifications• Eye for detail• Work at medium to fast pace• Ability to detect when the machine is not performing as designed• Knowledge in labelling and filler machines a plus.SummaryWhy Work for Randstad?• We are a Human Forward Company that offers diversity, competitive wages and a safe work environment!• We have more market share for job opportunities for you than any other agency!• We offer medical and dental benefits that you can carry through our Sun-life Financial Program
        Wanting a long weekend EVERY WEEK? Have every Friday off! We have a position for you!Assembly/General Labour roles available for immediate start in the Stayner area.Details:• Monday to Thursday work week (4 Days)• Day shift 6:00am-4:40pm • $15.50/hour• Working on assembly line picking up and moving product onto skids for shipping• Must be physically fit moving and lifting involved• Must have safety shoes (CSA Approved Steel Toed Boots)• Uniforms providedPlease apply online at www.randstad.ca and then call the branch at 705-735-1106.Randstad Barrie is well-versed in tackling the issues that come with job-hunting. We seek to partner with you to help you find, full-time permanent career opportunities. Please connect Barrie office to find out more about the promising opportunities we have here.Don't forget to ask about our NEW insider app for your smartphone. This is an easy way to stay and touch and streamline your job search with Randstad Barrie.Please keep in mind we have a referral bonus program for anyone we find a placement for both permanent and temporary.We are looking forward to hearing from you!Kindest Regards,AveryLornaBonnieSueAdvantages• Willing to train• 4 Day Shift - Monday to Thursday• Local, long term• Uniforms provided• Paid weekly via direct deposit• Opportunity for permanent hire on• Learn new skillsResponsibilities• Run the equipment to deliver performance according to Productions plan.• Start, stop and perform all safety related checks on equipment.• Proficient in troubleshooting and basic equipment care.• Observe and report any concerns or defects that may affect product safety or quality.• Adhere to all PPE, GMP, and HACCP requirements to achieve food safety standards.• Document all necessary data for machine and line performance.• Complete 100% of required Alchemy trainings (Personal Safety and Food Safety Training).Qualifications• Eye for detail• Work at medium to fast pace• Ability to detect when the machine is not performing as designed• Knowledge in labelling and filler machines a plus.SummaryWhy Work for Randstad?• We are a Human Forward Company that offers diversity, competitive wages and a safe work environment!• We have more market share for job opportunities for you than any other agency!• We offer medical and dental benefits that you can carry through our Sun-life Financial Program
        • Scarborough, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Are you a certified 442a Electrician with experience working in a controlled environment, such as food, pharma, or cosmetics? Are you looking for a new role where you can select your shift and benefits package? Are you interested in working for a company that values its employees, with monthly meetings to ensure success across the company? Then look no further, this position is for you!AdvantagesWhat’s in it for you? - Salary: $34.50/hr - Shift: Rotating Monthly* Day: 6am-3pm, Afternoon: 2-11pm, Night: 7pm-6am (shift premium= $0.50/hr)* Sunday shift premium = $1.00/hr - Benefits package – two options available with a full needs analysis assessment with HR upon hiring - 2 weeks of vacation (4% payout) - Bi-annual company events- Monthly “town hall” meetings and service awards for milestone events - Company provided uniform - Tool allowance - Workboot allowance- 3 paid sick days - Exclusive weekly “take-home” products available to all staff - Overtime is available on a voluntary basis - Located in Scarborough, minutes from the 401!ResponsibilitiesWhat would a typical day look like? - Perform preventative maintenance repairs of plant equipment through issued work orders- Ensure proper documentation of maintenance activities - Assist with movement of equipment and plant modifications- Abide by all company health and safety protocols and procedures - Perform all duties while in compliance with HACCP rulesQualificationsWho are we looking for? - Must possess 442 Industrial Electrician License- 2-3 years of experience working in an automated manufacturing facility - Knowledge of HACCP and GMP practices is considered an asset - Previous experience in a food/pharma/cosmetic setting is also considered an asset - Completion of OSSD or equivalentSummaryInterested in hearing more? Let us know by… Visiting www.randstad.ca and apply through the postingApplying by e-mail at: wayne.desouza@randstad.caCalling us at: 905-470-4248 and asking for WaynePlease check out www.randstad.ca for all of the roles currently open at Randstad! If this isn’t exactly what you are looking for, please let us know what you’re looking for and we would be happy to assist you in finding your dream career in skilled trades! We cover all of York Region including Scarborough, Markham, Vaughan, Concord, Woodbridge, North York, and Newmarket. If you are looking for a role as a millwright (433a), electrician (309a or 442a), tool and die maker, machinist (manual or CNC), production supervisor, or welder give us a call!
        Are you a certified 442a Electrician with experience working in a controlled environment, such as food, pharma, or cosmetics? Are you looking for a new role where you can select your shift and benefits package? Are you interested in working for a company that values its employees, with monthly meetings to ensure success across the company? Then look no further, this position is for you!AdvantagesWhat’s in it for you? - Salary: $34.50/hr - Shift: Rotating Monthly* Day: 6am-3pm, Afternoon: 2-11pm, Night: 7pm-6am (shift premium= $0.50/hr)* Sunday shift premium = $1.00/hr - Benefits package – two options available with a full needs analysis assessment with HR upon hiring - 2 weeks of vacation (4% payout) - Bi-annual company events- Monthly “town hall” meetings and service awards for milestone events - Company provided uniform - Tool allowance - Workboot allowance- 3 paid sick days - Exclusive weekly “take-home” products available to all staff - Overtime is available on a voluntary basis - Located in Scarborough, minutes from the 401!ResponsibilitiesWhat would a typical day look like? - Perform preventative maintenance repairs of plant equipment through issued work orders- Ensure proper documentation of maintenance activities - Assist with movement of equipment and plant modifications- Abide by all company health and safety protocols and procedures - Perform all duties while in compliance with HACCP rulesQualificationsWho are we looking for? - Must possess 442 Industrial Electrician License- 2-3 years of experience working in an automated manufacturing facility - Knowledge of HACCP and GMP practices is considered an asset - Previous experience in a food/pharma/cosmetic setting is also considered an asset - Completion of OSSD or equivalentSummaryInterested in hearing more? Let us know by… Visiting www.randstad.ca and apply through the postingApplying by e-mail at: wayne.desouza@randstad.caCalling us at: 905-470-4248 and asking for WaynePlease check out www.randstad.ca for all of the roles currently open at Randstad! If this isn’t exactly what you are looking for, please let us know what you’re looking for and we would be happy to assist you in finding your dream career in skilled trades! We cover all of York Region including Scarborough, Markham, Vaughan, Concord, Woodbridge, North York, and Newmarket. If you are looking for a role as a millwright (433a), electrician (309a or 442a), tool and die maker, machinist (manual or CNC), production supervisor, or welder give us a call!
        • Mississauga, Ontario
        • Contract
        • $22.63 per hour
        Are you an experienced Machine Operator? We are currently hiring in Mississauga, ON!The ideal candidates will have 2+ years working as a Machine Operator/Support using PLC equipment in an industrial setting, and is responsible for operating equipment to produce a quality finished product in a safe and efficient manner while complying with all plant GMP and Health and Safety Policies & Procedures. Job Duties:- Start and maintain operation of the line, and properly shutdown the line following a complete safety protocols- Change dates and material according to shop order requirements- Operate the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Remove jam and troubleshoot equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Report for food safety/quality problems to personnel with authority- Other duties as assignedPay rate: $22.63Available Shift Pattern:Continental Days (6 AM to 6 PM) or Nights (6 PM to 6 AM) * Schedule A: Week 1 - Monday, Thursday, Friday * Schedule A: Week 2 - Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday Requirements:- Minimum Grade 12 completion- Must be available for continental shifts (days/nights)- 2+ years as a Machine Operator/Support in an industrial setting (PLC)- High level of mechanical aptitude- Computer literacy- Executes standard operating procedures, handles conflicts and provides resolutions- Technical background, must complete training on operating equipmentDon't wait, apply now!Please send your resume to lisa.chauhan@randstad.ca or cheryl.hoffmann@randstad.ca and state what shift you are interested in the e-mail.Advantages+ Clean, safe working environment+ Weekly pay - direct deposit!+ Location is transit accessible+ Option to bank vacation pay+ Onsite Randstad communication+ Benefit plan option through Sunlife Insurance (Dental, medical, etc)+ FREE coffee & tea in new lunchroom facilityResponsibilities- Performing procedures to start and maintain the operation of the line and complete safety checklist- Ability to produce the highest quality product efficiently while following proper shutdown procedures- Change the dates and material according to the shop order requirements- Operator the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Start – up, programming, cleaning and proper shutdown of all printers- Remove jams as required- Provide safety check on guarding and stopping mechanisms, communicate and document on check sheets- Ensure machine is supplied with all appropriate materials needed in accordance to shop orders and replenish when required- Cross check shop order and materials to prevent errors- Check and maintain good weight control, change weights and document weight checks- Complete size change overs as required- Maintain quality of packaged product in conjunction with acceptable utilization (quantity, quality) in accordance to Q.A. standards- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Knowledge of SOPs for machine operation, cleaning, CQPs- Must successful complete work instructions for associated work centers and applicable standard operating procedures- Responsible to report food safety problems and/or quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate actions.- Other duties as assignedDecision Making:-Troubleshooting the equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible-Stop production line if there specifications do not meet standards with either the product or machineryQualifications-Must be able to pass a criminal background check- Willing to learn and develop Manufacturing Best Practices- Able to work flexible hours (overtime and periodic weekends required)- Ability to handle conflicts and provide resolutions- Understands right first time quality- Shows initiative, takes directions and executes plans efficiently- Must possess technical aptitude. Technical background an asset.- Demonstrate safe work habits and excellent work ethics- Work well independently and as a team member- Knowledge of SOPs – cleaning, start up, safety, operation, CQPSummaryOperate equipment to produce a quality finished product in a safe and efficient manner while complying with all plant GMP and Health and Safety Policies & Procedures. Job Specific Duties:- Performing procedures to start and maintain the operation of the line and complete safety checklist- Ability to produce the highest quality product efficiently while following proper shutdown procedures- Change the dates and material according to the shop order requirements- Operator the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Start – up, programming, cleaning and proper shutdown of all printers- Remove jams as required- Provide safety check on guarding and stopping mechanisms, communicate and document on check sheets- Ensure machine is supplied with all appropriate materials needed in accordance to shop orders and replenish when required- Cross check shop order and materials to prevent errors- Check and maintain good weight control, change weights and document weight checks- Complete size change overs as required- Maintain quality of packaged product in conjunction with acceptable utilization (quantity, quality) in accordance to Q.A. standards- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Knowledge of SOPs for machine operation, cleaning, CQPs- Must successful complete work instructions for associated work centers and applicable standard operating procedures- Responsible to report food safety problems and/or quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate actions.- Other duties as assignedDecision Making:-Troubleshooting the equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible-Stop production line if there specifications do not meet standards with either the product or machineryRequirements- Strong communication, written and verbal skills- Basic mathematical skills- Willing to learn and develop Manufacturing Best Practices- Able to work flexible hours (overtime and periodic weekends required)- Ability to handle conflicts and provide resolutions- Understands right first time quality- Shows initiative, takes directions and executes plans efficiently- Must possess technical aptitude. Technical background an asset.- Some computer experience preferred- Demonstrate safe work habits and excellent work ethics- Accuracy and detail oriented- Work well independently and as a team member- Knowledge of SOPs – cleaning, start up, safety, operation, CQP- Good organizational skills- Must successfully complete training on operating equipment
        Are you an experienced Machine Operator? We are currently hiring in Mississauga, ON!The ideal candidates will have 2+ years working as a Machine Operator/Support using PLC equipment in an industrial setting, and is responsible for operating equipment to produce a quality finished product in a safe and efficient manner while complying with all plant GMP and Health and Safety Policies & Procedures. Job Duties:- Start and maintain operation of the line, and properly shutdown the line following a complete safety protocols- Change dates and material according to shop order requirements- Operate the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Remove jam and troubleshoot equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Report for food safety/quality problems to personnel with authority- Other duties as assignedPay rate: $22.63Available Shift Pattern:Continental Days (6 AM to 6 PM) or Nights (6 PM to 6 AM) * Schedule A: Week 1 - Monday, Thursday, Friday * Schedule A: Week 2 - Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday Requirements:- Minimum Grade 12 completion- Must be available for continental shifts (days/nights)- 2+ years as a Machine Operator/Support in an industrial setting (PLC)- High level of mechanical aptitude- Computer literacy- Executes standard operating procedures, handles conflicts and provides resolutions- Technical background, must complete training on operating equipmentDon't wait, apply now!Please send your resume to lisa.chauhan@randstad.ca or cheryl.hoffmann@randstad.ca and state what shift you are interested in the e-mail.Advantages+ Clean, safe working environment+ Weekly pay - direct deposit!+ Location is transit accessible+ Option to bank vacation pay+ Onsite Randstad communication+ Benefit plan option through Sunlife Insurance (Dental, medical, etc)+ FREE coffee & tea in new lunchroom facilityResponsibilities- Performing procedures to start and maintain the operation of the line and complete safety checklist- Ability to produce the highest quality product efficiently while following proper shutdown procedures- Change the dates and material according to the shop order requirements- Operator the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Start – up, programming, cleaning and proper shutdown of all printers- Remove jams as required- Provide safety check on guarding and stopping mechanisms, communicate and document on check sheets- Ensure machine is supplied with all appropriate materials needed in accordance to shop orders and replenish when required- Cross check shop order and materials to prevent errors- Check and maintain good weight control, change weights and document weight checks- Complete size change overs as required- Maintain quality of packaged product in conjunction with acceptable utilization (quantity, quality) in accordance to Q.A. standards- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Knowledge of SOPs for machine operation, cleaning, CQPs- Must successful complete work instructions for associated work centers and applicable standard operating procedures- Responsible to report food safety problems and/or quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate actions.- Other duties as assignedDecision Making:-Troubleshooting the equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible-Stop production line if there specifications do not meet standards with either the product or machineryQualifications-Must be able to pass a criminal background check- Willing to learn and develop Manufacturing Best Practices- Able to work flexible hours (overtime and periodic weekends required)- Ability to handle conflicts and provide resolutions- Understands right first time quality- Shows initiative, takes directions and executes plans efficiently- Must possess technical aptitude. Technical background an asset.- Demonstrate safe work habits and excellent work ethics- Work well independently and as a team member- Knowledge of SOPs – cleaning, start up, safety, operation, CQPSummaryOperate equipment to produce a quality finished product in a safe and efficient manner while complying with all plant GMP and Health and Safety Policies & Procedures. Job Specific Duties:- Performing procedures to start and maintain the operation of the line and complete safety checklist- Ability to produce the highest quality product efficiently while following proper shutdown procedures- Change the dates and material according to the shop order requirements- Operator the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Start – up, programming, cleaning and proper shutdown of all printers- Remove jams as required- Provide safety check on guarding and stopping mechanisms, communicate and document on check sheets- Ensure machine is supplied with all appropriate materials needed in accordance to shop orders and replenish when required- Cross check shop order and materials to prevent errors- Check and maintain good weight control, change weights and document weight checks- Complete size change overs as required- Maintain quality of packaged product in conjunction with acceptable utilization (quantity, quality) in accordance to Q.A. standards- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Knowledge of SOPs for machine operation, cleaning, CQPs- Must successful complete work instructions for associated work centers and applicable standard operating procedures- Responsible to report food safety problems and/or quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate actions.- Other duties as assignedDecision Making:-Troubleshooting the equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible-Stop production line if there specifications do not meet standards with either the product or machineryRequirements- Strong communication, written and verbal skills- Basic mathematical skills- Willing to learn and develop Manufacturing Best Practices- Able to work flexible hours (overtime and periodic weekends required)- Ability to handle conflicts and provide resolutions- Understands right first time quality- Shows initiative, takes directions and executes plans efficiently- Must possess technical aptitude. Technical background an asset.- Some computer experience preferred- Demonstrate safe work habits and excellent work ethics- Accuracy and detail oriented- Work well independently and as a team member- Knowledge of SOPs – cleaning, start up, safety, operation, CQP- Good organizational skills- Must successfully complete training on operating equipment
        • Ottawa, Ontario
        • Contract
        Under the supervision of the Clinical Lab Lead Hand; the Finishes Goods Quality Control Laboratory Technician is responsible for: Duties and Responsibilities•Testing of cards •Testing of Readers •Testing of Capillary tubes•Routine performance checks including Adaptive Process Control, linearity, lifetimes, and validations •Assistance with testing requirements for Process Engineering, Test Engineering and R&D experimentsAssisting in routine upkeep and operational tasks related to the Clinical Lab AdvantagesKey tasks and activities will be completed with guidance and supervision from a higher-level technician or team leader:•Testing for various purposes (using written instructions) of card lots/readers/capillary tubes coming from the assembly departments. •Carries out routine maintenance and basic troubleshooting of clinical lab testing equipment and records these activities in maintenance logs with assistance and guidance form a higher-level technician.•Ability to track inventory of clinical lab supplies and replace what is in house and communicate to responsible personnel reorder points.•Participates in testing process and equipment improvement efforts, including experimental testing. Maintains appropriate records for testing.Percent of TimeFrequencyActivity50DailyProduction card Lot, Reader and Capillary tube testing, Analysis45DailyExperimental Lot Testing5Daily / WeeklyTest Equipment Maintenance / PhlebotomyResponsibilitiesDemands•Routine, detailed nature of testing•Flexibility required for varied nature of testing•Regular and reoccurring exposure to blood from screened donors•Flexibility with adjusting work hours to follow up with overnight shifts as scheduled•Attention to detail is vital•Proven ability to work and communicate effectively in a team environment while satisfying personal responsibilities•Ability to function in a fast-paced environment•Ability to organize and prioritize responsibilities and multi-task•Ability to assess and troubleshoot computers, software applications and equipment•Ready to speak up about concerns•Satisfaction derived from solid completion of tasks •Clear understanding of health and safety in a lab environment•PhysicaloManual dexterity oAbility to distinguish between coloursoCombination of sitting and standingoExtended periods of detailed visual inspectionoInvolves regular and recurring exposure to blood from screened donorsoWork involves inventorying and processing cards, which requires walking, bending, stretching and occasionally lifting boxes of up to 20lbsQualificationsSkills & Qualifications (Education and Experience)•Post-secondary education in a field of Science or related field, and/or combination of education and technical experience acceptable to Epocal•Proficient in using MS Office Suite (i.e. Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and capable in troubleshooting basic technological issues•Clinical laboratory experience such as blood testing, use of pipettes, centrifuges, and table-top analyzers is an asset•Some working knowledge of GMP and Good lab practices•Knowledge of basic statistics is preferred•Trained phlebotomist is considered an assetSummaryIf this role sounds like a good fit for you please APPLY ONLINE or submit your resume directly to Swapna at swapna.nair@randstad.caThank you for applying to the role. We’ll review your application and connect shortly if you meet all the requirements.Good luck!
        Under the supervision of the Clinical Lab Lead Hand; the Finishes Goods Quality Control Laboratory Technician is responsible for: Duties and Responsibilities•Testing of cards •Testing of Readers •Testing of Capillary tubes•Routine performance checks including Adaptive Process Control, linearity, lifetimes, and validations •Assistance with testing requirements for Process Engineering, Test Engineering and R&D experimentsAssisting in routine upkeep and operational tasks related to the Clinical Lab AdvantagesKey tasks and activities will be completed with guidance and supervision from a higher-level technician or team leader:•Testing for various purposes (using written instructions) of card lots/readers/capillary tubes coming from the assembly departments. •Carries out routine maintenance and basic troubleshooting of clinical lab testing equipment and records these activities in maintenance logs with assistance and guidance form a higher-level technician.•Ability to track inventory of clinical lab supplies and replace what is in house and communicate to responsible personnel reorder points.•Participates in testing process and equipment improvement efforts, including experimental testing. Maintains appropriate records for testing.Percent of TimeFrequencyActivity50DailyProduction card Lot, Reader and Capillary tube testing, Analysis45DailyExperimental Lot Testing5Daily / WeeklyTest Equipment Maintenance / PhlebotomyResponsibilitiesDemands•Routine, detailed nature of testing•Flexibility required for varied nature of testing•Regular and reoccurring exposure to blood from screened donors•Flexibility with adjusting work hours to follow up with overnight shifts as scheduled•Attention to detail is vital•Proven ability to work and communicate effectively in a team environment while satisfying personal responsibilities•Ability to function in a fast-paced environment•Ability to organize and prioritize responsibilities and multi-task•Ability to assess and troubleshoot computers, software applications and equipment•Ready to speak up about concerns•Satisfaction derived from solid completion of tasks •Clear understanding of health and safety in a lab environment•PhysicaloManual dexterity oAbility to distinguish between coloursoCombination of sitting and standingoExtended periods of detailed visual inspectionoInvolves regular and recurring exposure to blood from screened donorsoWork involves inventorying and processing cards, which requires walking, bending, stretching and occasionally lifting boxes of up to 20lbsQualificationsSkills & Qualifications (Education and Experience)•Post-secondary education in a field of Science or related field, and/or combination of education and technical experience acceptable to Epocal•Proficient in using MS Office Suite (i.e. Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and capable in troubleshooting basic technological issues•Clinical laboratory experience such as blood testing, use of pipettes, centrifuges, and table-top analyzers is an asset•Some working knowledge of GMP and Good lab practices•Knowledge of basic statistics is preferred•Trained phlebotomist is considered an assetSummaryIf this role sounds like a good fit for you please APPLY ONLINE or submit your resume directly to Swapna at swapna.nair@randstad.caThank you for applying to the role. We’ll review your application and connect shortly if you meet all the requirements.Good luck!
        • Mississauga, Ontario
        • Contract
        • $15.00 per hour
        Are you an experienced Machine Operator? We are currently hiring in Mississauga, ON!The ideal candidates will have 2+ years working as a Machine Operator/Support using PLC equipment in an industrial setting, and is responsible for operating equipment to produce a quality finished product in a safe and efficient manner while complying with all plant GMP and Health and Safety Policies & Procedures. Job Duties:- Start and maintain operation of the line, and properly shutdown the line following a complete safety protocols- Change dates and material according to shop order requirements- Operate the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Remove jam and troubleshoot equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Report for food safety/quality problems to personnel with authority- Other duties as assignedPay rate: $15.00Available Shift Pattern:Continental Days (6 AM to 6 PM) or Nights (6 PM to 6 AM) * Schedule A: Week 1 - Monday, Thursday, Friday * Schedule A: Week 2 - Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday Requirements:- Minimum Grade 12 completion- Must be available for continental shifts (days/nights)- 2+ years as a Machine Operator/Support in an industrial setting (PLC)- High level of mechanical aptitude- Computer literacy- Executes standard operating procedures, handles conflicts and provides resolutions- Technical background, must complete training on operating equipmentDon't wait, apply now!Please send your resume to lisa.chauhan@randstad.ca and state what shift you are interested in the e-mail.Advantages+ Clean, safe working environment+ Weekly pay - direct deposit!+ Location is transit accessible+ Option to bank vacation pay+ Onsite Randstad communication+ Benefit plan option through Sunlife Insurance (Dental, medical, etc)+ FREE coffee & tea in new lunchroom facilityResponsibilities- Performing procedures to start and maintain the operation of the line and complete safety checklist- Ability to produce the highest quality product efficiently while following proper shutdown procedures- Change the dates and material according to the shop order requirements- Operator the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Start – up, programming, cleaning and proper shutdown of all printers- Remove jams as required- Provide safety check on guarding and stopping mechanisms, communicate and document on check sheets- Ensure machine is supplied with all appropriate materials needed in accordance to shop orders and replenish when required- Cross check shop order and materials to prevent errors- Check and maintain good weight control, change weights and document weight checks- Complete size change overs as required- Maintain quality of packaged product in conjunction with acceptable utilization (quantity, quality) in accordance to Q.A. standards- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Knowledge of SOPs for machine operation, cleaning, CQPs- Must successful complete work instructions for associated work centers and applicable standard operating procedures- Responsible to report food safety problems and/or quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate actions.- Other duties as assignedDecision Making:-Troubleshooting the equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible-Stop production line if there specifications do not meet standards with either the product or machineryQualifications-Must be able to pass a criminal background check- Willing to learn and develop Manufacturing Best Practices- Able to work flexible hours (overtime and periodic weekends required)- Ability to handle conflicts and provide resolutions- Understands right first time quality- Shows initiative, takes directions and executes plans efficiently- Must possess technical aptitude. Technical background an asset.- Demonstrate safe work habits and excellent work ethics- Work well independently and as a team member- Knowledge of SOPs – cleaning, start up, safety, operation, CQPSummaryOperate equipment to produce a quality finished product in a safe and efficient manner while complying with all plant GMP and Health and Safety Policies & Procedures. Job Specific Duties:- Performing procedures to start and maintain the operation of the line and complete safety checklist- Ability to produce the highest quality product efficiently while following proper shutdown procedures- Change the dates and material according to the shop order requirements- Operator the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Start – up, programming, cleaning and proper shutdown of all printers- Remove jams as required- Provide safety check on guarding and stopping mechanisms, communicate and document on check sheets- Ensure machine is supplied with all appropriate materials needed in accordance to shop orders and replenish when required- Cross check shop order and materials to prevent errors- Check and maintain good weight control, change weights and document weight checks- Complete size change overs as required- Maintain quality of packaged product in conjunction with acceptable utilization (quantity, quality) in accordance to Q.A. standards- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Knowledge of SOPs for machine operation, cleaning, CQPs- Must successful complete work instructions for associated work centers and applicable standard operating procedures- Responsible to report food safety problems and/or quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate actions.- Other duties as assignedDecision Making:-Troubleshooting the equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible-Stop production line if there specifications do not meet standards with either the product or machineryRequirements- Strong communication, written and verbal skills- Basic mathematical skills- Willing to learn and develop Manufacturing Best Practices- Able to work flexible hours (overtime and periodic weekends required)- Ability to handle conflicts and provide resolutions- Understands right first time quality- Shows initiative, takes directions and executes plans efficiently- Must possess technical aptitude. Technical background an asset.- Some computer experience preferred- Demonstrate safe work habits and excellent work ethics- Accuracy and detail oriented- Work well independently and as a team member- Knowledge of SOPs – cleaning, start up, safety, operation, CQP- Good organizational skills- Must successfully complete training on operating equipment
        Are you an experienced Machine Operator? We are currently hiring in Mississauga, ON!The ideal candidates will have 2+ years working as a Machine Operator/Support using PLC equipment in an industrial setting, and is responsible for operating equipment to produce a quality finished product in a safe and efficient manner while complying with all plant GMP and Health and Safety Policies & Procedures. Job Duties:- Start and maintain operation of the line, and properly shutdown the line following a complete safety protocols- Change dates and material according to shop order requirements- Operate the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Remove jam and troubleshoot equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Report for food safety/quality problems to personnel with authority- Other duties as assignedPay rate: $15.00Available Shift Pattern:Continental Days (6 AM to 6 PM) or Nights (6 PM to 6 AM) * Schedule A: Week 1 - Monday, Thursday, Friday * Schedule A: Week 2 - Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday Requirements:- Minimum Grade 12 completion- Must be available for continental shifts (days/nights)- 2+ years as a Machine Operator/Support in an industrial setting (PLC)- High level of mechanical aptitude- Computer literacy- Executes standard operating procedures, handles conflicts and provides resolutions- Technical background, must complete training on operating equipmentDon't wait, apply now!Please send your resume to lisa.chauhan@randstad.ca and state what shift you are interested in the e-mail.Advantages+ Clean, safe working environment+ Weekly pay - direct deposit!+ Location is transit accessible+ Option to bank vacation pay+ Onsite Randstad communication+ Benefit plan option through Sunlife Insurance (Dental, medical, etc)+ FREE coffee & tea in new lunchroom facilityResponsibilities- Performing procedures to start and maintain the operation of the line and complete safety checklist- Ability to produce the highest quality product efficiently while following proper shutdown procedures- Change the dates and material according to the shop order requirements- Operator the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Start – up, programming, cleaning and proper shutdown of all printers- Remove jams as required- Provide safety check on guarding and stopping mechanisms, communicate and document on check sheets- Ensure machine is supplied with all appropriate materials needed in accordance to shop orders and replenish when required- Cross check shop order and materials to prevent errors- Check and maintain good weight control, change weights and document weight checks- Complete size change overs as required- Maintain quality of packaged product in conjunction with acceptable utilization (quantity, quality) in accordance to Q.A. standards- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Knowledge of SOPs for machine operation, cleaning, CQPs- Must successful complete work instructions for associated work centers and applicable standard operating procedures- Responsible to report food safety problems and/or quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate actions.- Other duties as assignedDecision Making:-Troubleshooting the equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible-Stop production line if there specifications do not meet standards with either the product or machineryQualifications-Must be able to pass a criminal background check- Willing to learn and develop Manufacturing Best Practices- Able to work flexible hours (overtime and periodic weekends required)- Ability to handle conflicts and provide resolutions- Understands right first time quality- Shows initiative, takes directions and executes plans efficiently- Must possess technical aptitude. Technical background an asset.- Demonstrate safe work habits and excellent work ethics- Work well independently and as a team member- Knowledge of SOPs – cleaning, start up, safety, operation, CQPSummaryOperate equipment to produce a quality finished product in a safe and efficient manner while complying with all plant GMP and Health and Safety Policies & Procedures. Job Specific Duties:- Performing procedures to start and maintain the operation of the line and complete safety checklist- Ability to produce the highest quality product efficiently while following proper shutdown procedures- Change the dates and material according to the shop order requirements- Operator the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Start – up, programming, cleaning and proper shutdown of all printers- Remove jams as required- Provide safety check on guarding and stopping mechanisms, communicate and document on check sheets- Ensure machine is supplied with all appropriate materials needed in accordance to shop orders and replenish when required- Cross check shop order and materials to prevent errors- Check and maintain good weight control, change weights and document weight checks- Complete size change overs as required- Maintain quality of packaged product in conjunction with acceptable utilization (quantity, quality) in accordance to Q.A. standards- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Knowledge of SOPs for machine operation, cleaning, CQPs- Must successful complete work instructions for associated work centers and applicable standard operating procedures- Responsible to report food safety problems and/or quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate actions.- Other duties as assignedDecision Making:-Troubleshooting the equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible-Stop production line if there specifications do not meet standards with either the product or machineryRequirements- Strong communication, written and verbal skills- Basic mathematical skills- Willing to learn and develop Manufacturing Best Practices- Able to work flexible hours (overtime and periodic weekends required)- Ability to handle conflicts and provide resolutions- Understands right first time quality- Shows initiative, takes directions and executes plans efficiently- Must possess technical aptitude. Technical background an asset.- Some computer experience preferred- Demonstrate safe work habits and excellent work ethics- Accuracy and detail oriented- Work well independently and as a team member- Knowledge of SOPs – cleaning, start up, safety, operation, CQP- Good organizational skills- Must successfully complete training on operating equipment
        • Mississauga, Ontario
        • Contract
        • $15.00 per hour
        Are you an experienced Machine Operator? We are currently hiring in Mississauga, ON!The ideal candidates will have 2+ years working as a Machine Operator/Support using PLC equipment in an industrial setting, and is responsible for operating equipment to produce a quality finished product in a safe and efficient manner while complying with all plant GMP and Health and Safety Policies & Procedures. Job Duties:- Start and maintain operation of the line, and properly shutdown the line following a complete safety protocols- Change dates and material according to shop order requirements- Operate the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Remove jam and troubleshoot equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Report for food safety/quality problems to personnel with authority- Other duties as assignedPay rate: $15.00Available Shift Pattern:Continental Days (6 AM to 6 PM) or Nights (6 PM to 6 AM) * Schedule A: Week 1 - Monday, Thursday, Friday * Schedule A: Week 2 - Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday Requirements:- Minimum Grade 12 completion- Must be available for continental shifts (days/nights)- 2+ years as a Machine Operator/Support in an industrial setting (PLC)- High level of mechanical aptitude- Computer literacy- Executes standard operating procedures, handles conflicts and provides resolutions- Technical background, must complete training on operating equipmentDon't wait, apply now!Please send your resume to shabnam.bhullar@randstad.ca and state what shift you are interested in the e-mail.Advantages+ Clean, safe working environment+ Weekly pay - direct deposit!+ Location is transit accessible+ Option to bank vacation pay+ Onsite Randstad communication+ Benefit plan option through Sunlife Insurance (Dental, medical, etc)+ FREE coffee & tea in new lunchroom facilityResponsibilities- Performing procedures to start and maintain the operation of the line and complete safety checklist- Ability to produce the highest quality product efficiently while following proper shutdown procedures- Change the dates and material according to the shop order requirements- Operator the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Start – up, programming, cleaning and proper shutdown of all printers- Remove jams as required- Provide safety check on guarding and stopping mechanisms, communicate and document on check sheets- Ensure machine is supplied with all appropriate materials needed in accordance to shop orders and replenish when required- Cross check shop order and materials to prevent errors- Check and maintain good weight control, change weights and document weight checks- Complete size change overs as required- Maintain quality of packaged product in conjunction with acceptable utilization (quantity, quality) in accordance to Q.A. standards- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Knowledge of SOPs for machine operation, cleaning, CQPs- Must successful complete work instructions for associated work centers and applicable standard operating procedures- Responsible to report food safety problems and/or quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate actions.- Other duties as assignedDecision Making:-Troubleshooting the equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible-Stop production line if there specifications do not meet standards with either the product or machineryQualifications-Must be able to pass a criminal background check- Willing to learn and develop Manufacturing Best Practices- Able to work flexible hours (overtime and periodic weekends required)- Ability to handle conflicts and provide resolutions- Understands right first time quality- Shows initiative, takes directions and executes plans efficiently- Must possess technical aptitude. Technical background an asset.- Demonstrate safe work habits and excellent work ethics- Work well independently and as a team member- Knowledge of SOPs – cleaning, start up, safety, operation, CQPSummaryOperate equipment to produce a quality finished product in a safe and efficient manner while complying with all plant GMP and Health and Safety Policies & Procedures. Job Specific Duties:- Performing procedures to start and maintain the operation of the line and complete safety checklist- Ability to produce the highest quality product efficiently while following proper shutdown procedures- Change the dates and material according to the shop order requirements- Operator the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Start – up, programming, cleaning and proper shutdown of all printers- Remove jams as required- Provide safety check on guarding and stopping mechanisms, communicate and document on check sheets- Ensure machine is supplied with all appropriate materials needed in accordance to shop orders and replenish when required- Cross check shop order and materials to prevent errors- Check and maintain good weight control, change weights and document weight checks- Complete size change overs as required- Maintain quality of packaged product in conjunction with acceptable utilization (quantity, quality) in accordance to Q.A. standards- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Knowledge of SOPs for machine operation, cleaning, CQPs- Must successful complete work instructions for associated work centers and applicable standard operating procedures- Responsible to report food safety problems and/or quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate actions.- Other duties as assignedDecision Making:-Troubleshooting the equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible-Stop production line if there specifications do not meet standards with either the product or machineryRequirements- Strong communication, written and verbal skills- Basic mathematical skills- Willing to learn and develop Manufacturing Best Practices- Able to work flexible hours (overtime and periodic weekends required)- Ability to handle conflicts and provide resolutions- Understands right first time quality- Shows initiative, takes directions and executes plans efficiently- Must possess technical aptitude. Technical background an asset.- Some computer experience preferred- Demonstrate safe work habits and excellent work ethics- Accuracy and detail oriented- Work well independently and as a team member- Knowledge of SOPs – cleaning, start up, safety, operation, CQP- Good organizational skills- Must successfully complete training on operating equipment
        Are you an experienced Machine Operator? We are currently hiring in Mississauga, ON!The ideal candidates will have 2+ years working as a Machine Operator/Support using PLC equipment in an industrial setting, and is responsible for operating equipment to produce a quality finished product in a safe and efficient manner while complying with all plant GMP and Health and Safety Policies & Procedures. Job Duties:- Start and maintain operation of the line, and properly shutdown the line following a complete safety protocols- Change dates and material according to shop order requirements- Operate the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Remove jam and troubleshoot equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Report for food safety/quality problems to personnel with authority- Other duties as assignedPay rate: $15.00Available Shift Pattern:Continental Days (6 AM to 6 PM) or Nights (6 PM to 6 AM) * Schedule A: Week 1 - Monday, Thursday, Friday * Schedule A: Week 2 - Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday Requirements:- Minimum Grade 12 completion- Must be available for continental shifts (days/nights)- 2+ years as a Machine Operator/Support in an industrial setting (PLC)- High level of mechanical aptitude- Computer literacy- Executes standard operating procedures, handles conflicts and provides resolutions- Technical background, must complete training on operating equipmentDon't wait, apply now!Please send your resume to shabnam.bhullar@randstad.ca and state what shift you are interested in the e-mail.Advantages+ Clean, safe working environment+ Weekly pay - direct deposit!+ Location is transit accessible+ Option to bank vacation pay+ Onsite Randstad communication+ Benefit plan option through Sunlife Insurance (Dental, medical, etc)+ FREE coffee & tea in new lunchroom facilityResponsibilities- Performing procedures to start and maintain the operation of the line and complete safety checklist- Ability to produce the highest quality product efficiently while following proper shutdown procedures- Change the dates and material according to the shop order requirements- Operator the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Start – up, programming, cleaning and proper shutdown of all printers- Remove jams as required- Provide safety check on guarding and stopping mechanisms, communicate and document on check sheets- Ensure machine is supplied with all appropriate materials needed in accordance to shop orders and replenish when required- Cross check shop order and materials to prevent errors- Check and maintain good weight control, change weights and document weight checks- Complete size change overs as required- Maintain quality of packaged product in conjunction with acceptable utilization (quantity, quality) in accordance to Q.A. standards- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Knowledge of SOPs for machine operation, cleaning, CQPs- Must successful complete work instructions for associated work centers and applicable standard operating procedures- Responsible to report food safety problems and/or quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate actions.- Other duties as assignedDecision Making:-Troubleshooting the equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible-Stop production line if there specifications do not meet standards with either the product or machineryQualifications-Must be able to pass a criminal background check- Willing to learn and develop Manufacturing Best Practices- Able to work flexible hours (overtime and periodic weekends required)- Ability to handle conflicts and provide resolutions- Understands right first time quality- Shows initiative, takes directions and executes plans efficiently- Must possess technical aptitude. Technical background an asset.- Demonstrate safe work habits and excellent work ethics- Work well independently and as a team member- Knowledge of SOPs – cleaning, start up, safety, operation, CQPSummaryOperate equipment to produce a quality finished product in a safe and efficient manner while complying with all plant GMP and Health and Safety Policies & Procedures. Job Specific Duties:- Performing procedures to start and maintain the operation of the line and complete safety checklist- Ability to produce the highest quality product efficiently while following proper shutdown procedures- Change the dates and material according to the shop order requirements- Operator the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Start – up, programming, cleaning and proper shutdown of all printers- Remove jams as required- Provide safety check on guarding and stopping mechanisms, communicate and document on check sheets- Ensure machine is supplied with all appropriate materials needed in accordance to shop orders and replenish when required- Cross check shop order and materials to prevent errors- Check and maintain good weight control, change weights and document weight checks- Complete size change overs as required- Maintain quality of packaged product in conjunction with acceptable utilization (quantity, quality) in accordance to Q.A. standards- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Knowledge of SOPs for machine operation, cleaning, CQPs- Must successful complete work instructions for associated work centers and applicable standard operating procedures- Responsible to report food safety problems and/or quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate actions.- Other duties as assignedDecision Making:-Troubleshooting the equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible-Stop production line if there specifications do not meet standards with either the product or machineryRequirements- Strong communication, written and verbal skills- Basic mathematical skills- Willing to learn and develop Manufacturing Best Practices- Able to work flexible hours (overtime and periodic weekends required)- Ability to handle conflicts and provide resolutions- Understands right first time quality- Shows initiative, takes directions and executes plans efficiently- Must possess technical aptitude. Technical background an asset.- Some computer experience preferred- Demonstrate safe work habits and excellent work ethics- Accuracy and detail oriented- Work well independently and as a team member- Knowledge of SOPs – cleaning, start up, safety, operation, CQP- Good organizational skills- Must successfully complete training on operating equipment
        • Coquitlam, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        Do you describe yourself as someone who enjoys paying attention to details? Are you looking to develop your troubleshooting and mechanical skills? If so, we are looking for people just like you. The nutritional supplements manufacturing department in Coquitlam is growing and we are looking for a Machine Operator who will help ensure the set-up, operation, and cleaning of high-performing machines is done in a safe and efficient manner. What you need to know about the job:Shifts: Monday to Friday: 10:15 pm - 6:15 am (Night Shift)Advantages- A competitive salary and the opportunity to grow to more technical Machine Operator functions. Each improvement level comes with a pay increase as you grow towards a Maintenance machine Operator role. The pay can go up as high as $25/H.- Great benefits, including company-matched RRSP, healthcare, health and personal spending accounts, wellness days, employee appreciation events, and $50 per quarter to spend on company products in addition to employee discount pricing- The opportunity to work with great people, the ability to influence and lead change within a company dedicated to continuous improvementResponsibilitiesMachine Operator expectations: - This is a fast-paced job that requires the use of hand tools and a sound mechanical aptitude. - You will be expected to adhere to all procedures, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)- Your duties will require lifting of up to 50 lbs and rolling units of up to 100 lbs. - The job involves constant training and development. With more training comes more pay. - You will be expected to work alone and in a team setting.Qualifications- Previous experience as a machine operator or exposure to work that requires the use of hand tools and mechanical tasks. - Ability to safely lift items that weigh up to 50 lbs. - Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.- Available to work the night shift. - You are good at focusing on the little things and understanding the importance of attention to detail. - You are looking for a career; a long-term job where you can grow and move up to leadership.Three easy ways to apply:1. E-mail resume to Jocelyn: jocelyn.pascua@randstad.ca2. Apply online: http://www.randstad.ca3. Call Jocelyn@ 778.773.4203Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments. If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.back on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.SummaryThree easy ways to apply:1. E-mail resume to Jocelyn: jocelyn.pascua@randstad.ca2. Apply online: http://www.randstad.ca3. Call Jocelyn@ 778.773.4203Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
        Do you describe yourself as someone who enjoys paying attention to details? Are you looking to develop your troubleshooting and mechanical skills? If so, we are looking for people just like you. The nutritional supplements manufacturing department in Coquitlam is growing and we are looking for a Machine Operator who will help ensure the set-up, operation, and cleaning of high-performing machines is done in a safe and efficient manner. What you need to know about the job:Shifts: Monday to Friday: 10:15 pm - 6:15 am (Night Shift)Advantages- A competitive salary and the opportunity to grow to more technical Machine Operator functions. Each improvement level comes with a pay increase as you grow towards a Maintenance machine Operator role. The pay can go up as high as $25/H.- Great benefits, including company-matched RRSP, healthcare, health and personal spending accounts, wellness days, employee appreciation events, and $50 per quarter to spend on company products in addition to employee discount pricing- The opportunity to work with great people, the ability to influence and lead change within a company dedicated to continuous improvementResponsibilitiesMachine Operator expectations: - This is a fast-paced job that requires the use of hand tools and a sound mechanical aptitude. - You will be expected to adhere to all procedures, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)- Your duties will require lifting of up to 50 lbs and rolling units of up to 100 lbs. - The job involves constant training and development. With more training comes more pay. - You will be expected to work alone and in a team setting.Qualifications- Previous experience as a machine operator or exposure to work that requires the use of hand tools and mechanical tasks. - Ability to safely lift items that weigh up to 50 lbs. - Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.- Available to work the night shift. - You are good at focusing on the little things and understanding the importance of attention to detail. - You are looking for a career; a long-term job where you can grow and move up to leadership.Three easy ways to apply:1. E-mail resume to Jocelyn: jocelyn.pascua@randstad.ca2. Apply online: http://www.randstad.ca3. Call Jocelyn@ 778.773.4203Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments. If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.back on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.SummaryThree easy ways to apply:1. E-mail resume to Jocelyn: jocelyn.pascua@randstad.ca2. Apply online: http://www.randstad.ca3. Call Jocelyn@ 778.773.4203Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
        • Mississauga, Ontario
        • Contract
        • $15.00 per hour
        Are you an experienced Machine Operator? We are currently hiring in Mississauga, ON!The ideal candidates will have 2+ years working as a Machine Operator/Support using PLC equipment in an industrial setting, and is responsible for operating equipment to produce a quality finished product in a safe and efficient manner while complying with all plant GMP and Health and Safety Policies & Procedures. Job Duties:- Start and maintain operation of the line, and properly shutdown the line following a complete safety protocols- Change dates and material according to shop order requirements- Operate the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Remove jam and troubleshoot equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Report for food safety/quality problems to personnel with authority- Other duties as assignedPay rate: $15.00Available Shift Pattern:Continental Days (6 AM to 6 PM) or Nights (6 PM to 6 AM) * Schedule A: Week 1 - Monday, Thursday, Friday * Schedule A: Week 2 - Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday Requirements:- Minimum Grade 12 completion- Must be available for continental shifts (days/nights)- 2+ years as a Machine Operator/Support in an industrial setting (PLC)- High level of mechanical aptitude- Computer literacy- Executes standard operating procedures, handles conflicts and provides resolutions- Technical background, must complete training on operating equipmentDon't wait, apply now!Please send your resume to lisa.chauhan@randstad.ca and state what shift you are interested in the e-mail.Advantages+ Clean, safe working environment+ Weekly pay - direct deposit!+ Location is transit accessible+ Option to bank vacation pay+ Onsite Randstad communication+ Benefit plan option through Sunlife Insurance (Dental, medical, etc)+ FREE coffee & tea in new lunchroom facilityResponsibilities- Performing procedures to start and maintain the operation of the line and complete safety checklist- Ability to produce the highest quality product efficiently while following proper shutdown procedures- Change the dates and material according to the shop order requirements- Operator the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Start – up, programming, cleaning and proper shutdown of all printers- Remove jams as required- Provide safety check on guarding and stopping mechanisms, communicate and document on check sheets- Ensure machine is supplied with all appropriate materials needed in accordance to shop orders and replenish when required- Cross check shop order and materials to prevent errors- Check and maintain good weight control, change weights and document weight checks- Complete size change overs as required- Maintain quality of packaged product in conjunction with acceptable utilization (quantity, quality) in accordance to Q.A. standards- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Knowledge of SOPs for machine operation, cleaning, CQPs- Must successful complete work instructions for associated work centers and applicable standard operating procedures- Responsible to report food safety problems and/or quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate actions.- Other duties as assignedDecision Making:-Troubleshooting the equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible-Stop production line if there specifications do not meet standards with either the product or machineryQualifications-Must be able to pass a criminal background check- Willing to learn and develop Manufacturing Best Practices- Able to work flexible hours (overtime and periodic weekends required)- Ability to handle conflicts and provide resolutions- Understands right first time quality- Shows initiative, takes directions and executes plans efficiently- Must possess technical aptitude. Technical background an asset.- Demonstrate safe work habits and excellent work ethics- Work well independently and as a team member- Knowledge of SOPs – cleaning, start up, safety, operation, CQPSummaryIf you or anyone you know is interested in this full time Machine Operator position in Mississauga, ON – get in touch with Ishmeet:• Call – 905.795.9158• Email: ishmeet.kaur@randstads.ca• Apply through this posting!
        Are you an experienced Machine Operator? We are currently hiring in Mississauga, ON!The ideal candidates will have 2+ years working as a Machine Operator/Support using PLC equipment in an industrial setting, and is responsible for operating equipment to produce a quality finished product in a safe and efficient manner while complying with all plant GMP and Health and Safety Policies & Procedures. Job Duties:- Start and maintain operation of the line, and properly shutdown the line following a complete safety protocols- Change dates and material according to shop order requirements- Operate the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Remove jam and troubleshoot equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Report for food safety/quality problems to personnel with authority- Other duties as assignedPay rate: $15.00Available Shift Pattern:Continental Days (6 AM to 6 PM) or Nights (6 PM to 6 AM) * Schedule A: Week 1 - Monday, Thursday, Friday * Schedule A: Week 2 - Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday Requirements:- Minimum Grade 12 completion- Must be available for continental shifts (days/nights)- 2+ years as a Machine Operator/Support in an industrial setting (PLC)- High level of mechanical aptitude- Computer literacy- Executes standard operating procedures, handles conflicts and provides resolutions- Technical background, must complete training on operating equipmentDon't wait, apply now!Please send your resume to lisa.chauhan@randstad.ca and state what shift you are interested in the e-mail.Advantages+ Clean, safe working environment+ Weekly pay - direct deposit!+ Location is transit accessible+ Option to bank vacation pay+ Onsite Randstad communication+ Benefit plan option through Sunlife Insurance (Dental, medical, etc)+ FREE coffee & tea in new lunchroom facilityResponsibilities- Performing procedures to start and maintain the operation of the line and complete safety checklist- Ability to produce the highest quality product efficiently while following proper shutdown procedures- Change the dates and material according to the shop order requirements- Operator the IPC interface and/or on line labelers- Start – up, programming, cleaning and proper shutdown of all printers- Remove jams as required- Provide safety check on guarding and stopping mechanisms, communicate and document on check sheets- Ensure machine is supplied with all appropriate materials needed in accordance to shop orders and replenish when required- Cross check shop order and materials to prevent errors- Check and maintain good weight control, change weights and document weight checks- Complete size change overs as required- Maintain quality of packaged product in conjunction with acceptable utilization (quantity, quality) in accordance to Q.A. standards- Perform cleaning procedures and general maintenance, monitor and alert appropriate personnel for required maintenance- Knowledge of SOPs for machine operation, cleaning, CQPs- Must successful complete work instructions for associated work centers and applicable standard operating procedures- Responsible to report food safety problems and/or quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate actions.- Other duties as assignedDecision Making:-Troubleshooting the equipment to determine the cause of problems and resolve if possible-Stop production line if there specifications do not meet standards with either the product or machineryQualifications-Must be able to pass a criminal background check- Willing to learn and develop Manufacturing Best Practices- Able to work flexible hours (overtime and periodic weekends required)- Ability to handle conflicts and provide resolutions- Understands right first time quality- Shows initiative, takes directions and executes plans efficiently- Must possess technical aptitude. Technical background an asset.- Demonstrate safe work habits and excellent work ethics- Work well independently and as a team member- Knowledge of SOPs – cleaning, start up, safety, operation, CQPSummaryIf you or anyone you know is interested in this full time Machine Operator position in Mississauga, ON – get in touch with Ishmeet:• Call – 905.795.9158• Email: ishmeet.kaur@randstads.ca• Apply through this posting!

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