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        • Woodbridge, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Production ManagerThis role will report directly to the Plant Manager and will be responsible for managing all day to day functions of the production process.What you will be doing here - • Management of production through first-line supervision and ensure that production schedules and quality requirements are met. • Reviews production and quality metrics and identifies an area for improvements• Ability to accurately estimate objectives, milestones, cost and timing to prioritize and deliver on production performance objectives• Review all aspects of departmental performance with respect to budget, finance plan, plant operating goals and continuous improvement plans. • Responsible for the implementation of safe work practices as well as being the leader behind the plant safety, quality and JEM C.I. programs. • Ensures that equipment is functioning properly and plan and implement changes to machinery and equipment, production systems and methods of work•Managing all activities and management of employees on the production floor using the established practices and procedures consistent with business philosophy and the company’s KPI’s. Mentoring, leading change through innovation, LEAN and Six Sigma Initiatives of all value stream leaders (Group Managers) for both shifts. • Ability to prioritize in a multi-tasking environment with excellent attention to detail and accuracy• Organized, self-motivated and professional in dealing with direct reports, colleagues and senior managers• Strive to constantly improve and develop skills both personally and in assisting their direct reports and colleagues to do the same• Hard-working, lead by example manager• Ensure all core competency training are completed according to policyWhat you bring with you - • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or equivalent experience. • A minimum of five years of similar previous experience in manufacturing and an understanding of the window and door business would be a definite asset. • Strong analytical skills, possess excellent communication skills, and have the ability to delegate tasks and assignments through strong leadership skills. • Focused time management and organizational skills are necessary in this position. In addition, candidates should be solutions-oriented, results-driven, career- oriented and possess the ability to cultivate business relationships. • An understanding of safety, environmental and employment legislation are an asset. • Good computer skills and knowledge of lean manufacturing, continuous improvement, 5S and Kaizen are necessary to ongoing success in this position.If this sounds like a great fit for you then send me your resume directly at swapna.nair@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
        Production ManagerThis role will report directly to the Plant Manager and will be responsible for managing all day to day functions of the production process.What you will be doing here - • Management of production through first-line supervision and ensure that production schedules and quality requirements are met. • Reviews production and quality metrics and identifies an area for improvements• Ability to accurately estimate objectives, milestones, cost and timing to prioritize and deliver on production performance objectives• Review all aspects of departmental performance with respect to budget, finance plan, plant operating goals and continuous improvement plans. • Responsible for the implementation of safe work practices as well as being the leader behind the plant safety, quality and JEM C.I. programs. • Ensures that equipment is functioning properly and plan and implement changes to machinery and equipment, production systems and methods of work•Managing all activities and management of employees on the production floor using the established practices and procedures consistent with business philosophy and the company’s KPI’s. Mentoring, leading change through innovation, LEAN and Six Sigma Initiatives of all value stream leaders (Group Managers) for both shifts. • Ability to prioritize in a multi-tasking environment with excellent attention to detail and accuracy• Organized, self-motivated and professional in dealing with direct reports, colleagues and senior managers• Strive to constantly improve and develop skills both personally and in assisting their direct reports and colleagues to do the same• Hard-working, lead by example manager• Ensure all core competency training are completed according to policyWhat you bring with you - • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or equivalent experience. • A minimum of five years of similar previous experience in manufacturing and an understanding of the window and door business would be a definite asset. • Strong analytical skills, possess excellent communication skills, and have the ability to delegate tasks and assignments through strong leadership skills. • Focused time management and organizational skills are necessary in this position. In addition, candidates should be solutions-oriented, results-driven, career- oriented and possess the ability to cultivate business relationships. • An understanding of safety, environmental and employment legislation are an asset. • Good computer skills and knowledge of lean manufacturing, continuous improvement, 5S and Kaizen are necessary to ongoing success in this position.If this sounds like a great fit for you then send me your resume directly at swapna.nair@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
        • Etobicoke, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Primary Responsibilities•Create Daily/Weekly production schedule by production line and SKU according to Customer orders and shipping schedules. •Above requires complete learning and strong understanding of all production processes, taking into account product specifications, staffing, schedules, equipment capacity and availability, inbound raw materials and line operators to ensure efficient workflow through all departments and completion of daily work orders.Essential Functions & Key Activities•Conduct scheduling meetings daily, and ad-hoc meetings as needed with plant management and other functional departments (QC, Purchasing, Accounting, IT, Senior Management)•Adjust schedules to meet Customer requirements balanced with maximizing resource efficiency.•Communicate to Supervisors, Managers and Operations Departments when scheduling issues/changes occur, or when operations falls behind schedule•Liaison between Production and Customer Service to keep customers informed of any order status or shipping schedule changes•Create Long Term production schedule for forward meat buying and future plant staffing requirements. •Produce daily operational reports on Key Performance Indicators (yields, labour)•Participate in continuous improvement of planning and control systems.ADVANTAGESBase Salary - Competitive SalaryBonusFull Benefits package, Health & DentalVacation - 2-3 WeeksDay Shift- 7 AM-4 PMRESPONSIBILITIES•Working closely with Purchasing Manager on scheduling of inbound raw material purchases.•Assist in managing of Inventories of fresh, frozen and WIP (work in progress) meats •Working in conjunction with Finance team on setting up/making changes to Bills of Material (BOM) in our Manufacturing Resource Planning system (MRP).•Assist Production Manager in developing costing for new products•Assist Production Manager in development of MRP software reports/new features•Assist in managing plant IT systemsQUALIFICATIONSCandidate Requirements•Post secondary education•Fluent in English, verbal and written•Must have excellent attention to detail and problem-solving skills•Manufacturing experience and multi-level production planning.•3 Years consumer goods manufacturing factory experience•Ideal candidate has meat processing industry background•2 years Production scheduling experience in a complex environment•Strong math and computer skills. System IT experience a plus.•Advanced knowledge of Excel, Word, Outlook•MRP System experience a must•Experience in creating product costing•The manufacturing environment is fast paced and requires a high level of attention to details.SUMMARYProduction Scheduler - Meat Manufacturing FacilityAre you a Production Scheduler ready to take on a new career challenge? Join the Etobicoke team at one of Canada’s fastest-growing manufacturers for meat food products ! This is your chance to work for a forward-thinking manufacturing company that puts employees first. This is a great opportunity for engineers who are looking to take on a little more responsibility, as you’ll be working alongside a team of 60+ production employeesWe’re looking for an experienced Production Scheduler with a background in the Meat manufacturing sector.
        Primary Responsibilities•Create Daily/Weekly production schedule by production line and SKU according to Customer orders and shipping schedules. •Above requires complete learning and strong understanding of all production processes, taking into account product specifications, staffing, schedules, equipment capacity and availability, inbound raw materials and line operators to ensure efficient workflow through all departments and completion of daily work orders.Essential Functions & Key Activities•Conduct scheduling meetings daily, and ad-hoc meetings as needed with plant management and other functional departments (QC, Purchasing, Accounting, IT, Senior Management)•Adjust schedules to meet Customer requirements balanced with maximizing resource efficiency.•Communicate to Supervisors, Managers and Operations Departments when scheduling issues/changes occur, or when operations falls behind schedule•Liaison between Production and Customer Service to keep customers informed of any order status or shipping schedule changes•Create Long Term production schedule for forward meat buying and future plant staffing requirements. •Produce daily operational reports on Key Performance Indicators (yields, labour)•Participate in continuous improvement of planning and control systems.ADVANTAGESBase Salary - Competitive SalaryBonusFull Benefits package, Health & DentalVacation - 2-3 WeeksDay Shift- 7 AM-4 PMRESPONSIBILITIES•Working closely with Purchasing Manager on scheduling of inbound raw material purchases.•Assist in managing of Inventories of fresh, frozen and WIP (work in progress) meats •Working in conjunction with Finance team on setting up/making changes to Bills of Material (BOM) in our Manufacturing Resource Planning system (MRP).•Assist Production Manager in developing costing for new products•Assist Production Manager in development of MRP software reports/new features•Assist in managing plant IT systemsQUALIFICATIONSCandidate Requirements•Post secondary education•Fluent in English, verbal and written•Must have excellent attention to detail and problem-solving skills•Manufacturing experience and multi-level production planning.•3 Years consumer goods manufacturing factory experience•Ideal candidate has meat processing industry background•2 years Production scheduling experience in a complex environment•Strong math and computer skills. System IT experience a plus.•Advanced knowledge of Excel, Word, Outlook•MRP System experience a must•Experience in creating product costing•The manufacturing environment is fast paced and requires a high level of attention to details.SUMMARYProduction Scheduler - Meat Manufacturing FacilityAre you a Production Scheduler ready to take on a new career challenge? Join the Etobicoke team at one of Canada’s fastest-growing manufacturers for meat food products ! This is your chance to work for a forward-thinking manufacturing company that puts employees first. This is a great opportunity for engineers who are looking to take on a little more responsibility, as you’ll be working alongside a team of 60+ production employeesWe’re looking for an experienced Production Scheduler with a background in the Meat manufacturing sector.
        • Mississauga, Ontario
        • Contract
        • $20.00 - $21.00 per hour
        We have an immediate opening for a General Labour - Rewinder/Inspector in Mississauga!Shift times:8:00am – 4:30pmMonday to FridaySalary:$20 - $21 per hourLocation:Mississauga, ONJobs available:General Labour - Rewinder/InspectorAdvantagesAdvantages – Why this is a great opportunity: $20 - $21 per hour Monday to Friday Full time hours Weekly pay 4% vacation is paid weekly Randstad has a great referral bonus program!Job Duties: Perform rewind/inspection work: inspect all products as rewound off presses Assist in the set-up of finishing equipment Inspect finished products based on supplied specification and standard quality criteria Package finished products based on supplied specifications and standard quality criteria Monitor the daily ship list; communicate with the production manager on progress/problems Maintain a positive, Professional attitude Maintain competency with the tools, resources and processes used in the daily workQualificationsRequirements & Qualifications: 1 to 3 years rewinder experience in flexo print Attention to detail Experience/ comfortable in a manufacturing environment Self-motivated, able to work well independently Willingness to help others on the team as needed Must be able to lift 50 LB+ Team lift or use appropriate equipment to move tooling and paper over 50 pounds throughoutthe day Required to sit and reach about 10 % of the day Required to stand for prolonged periods of timeIf you or anyone you know is interested in this full time Rewinder/Inspector position in Mississauga, ON – get in touch