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        • Collingwood, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Are you a Production Supervisor with strong leadership in the unionized environment? Join the Collingwood Team at one of the leading Automotive manufacturing company.As a Production Supervisor, the incumbent would be responsible to ensure that production requirements and assignments are met, help prioritize work schedules, ensure that appropriate production breakdowns are dealt with. This position is a 12-hour rotating continental shift, days, and nights.What you will be doing:- Accountable for the health and safety of employees and ensure compliance with all established Health & Safety rules/regulations and the Occupational Health & Safety Act- Accountable for manufacturing metrics for their shift.- Manage shop floor performance- Conduct required audits as necessary – SOP, safety, 5S, Process etc…- Conduct regular employee communication meetings on shift.- Track training for all hourly employees on shift- Initiate action to prevent the occurrence of any nonconformity relating to product, process and quality system. - Ensure production flow of processes by reducing/eliminating bottlenecks on a shift by shift basis.Qualifications:- Post Secondary education - Mechanical Engineering Technologist would be an asset- 5 plus years experience supervising in a unionized manufacturing environment- Automotive experience is an asset- Previous shift work experience is an asset- Microsoft Office – excel, word, powerpoint- Strong communication skills – written and spokenIf this above opportunity seems like a great fit, please apply or send your resume directly to Swapna Nair at swapna.nair@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
        Are you a Production Supervisor with strong leadership in the unionized environment? Join the Collingwood Team at one of the leading Automotive manufacturing company.As a Production Supervisor, the incumbent would be responsible to ensure that production requirements and assignments are met, help prioritize work schedules, ensure that appropriate production breakdowns are dealt with. This position is a 12-hour rotating continental shift, days, and nights.What you will be doing:- Accountable for the health and safety of employees and ensure compliance with all established Health & Safety rules/regulations and the Occupational Health & Safety Act- Accountable for manufacturing metrics for their shift.- Manage shop floor performance- Conduct required audits as necessary – SOP, safety, 5S, Process etc…- Conduct regular employee communication meetings on shift.- Track training for all hourly employees on shift- Initiate action to prevent the occurrence of any nonconformity relating to product, process and quality system. - Ensure production flow of processes by reducing/eliminating bottlenecks on a shift by shift basis.Qualifications:- Post Secondary education - Mechanical Engineering Technologist would be an asset- 5 plus years experience supervising in a unionized manufacturing environment- Automotive experience is an asset- Previous shift work experience is an asset- Microsoft Office – excel, word, powerpoint- Strong communication skills – written and spokenIf this above opportunity seems like a great fit, please apply or send your resume directly to Swapna Nair at swapna.nair@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
        • Mississauga, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Are you an Engineer that has been Supervising Production in an Automotive or related operation?Are you looking for an excellent company to make the next step in your career?If so, this could be the opportunity for you. We are looking for a Degreed Engineer to Supervise an advanced manufacturing operation.The position is for Afternoon shift : 3.30pm to 12 amProven experience as Production Supervisor in a manufacturing company.Experience in Radiator manufacturing/ Automotive / equipment / sheet metal manufacturingExperience in using various types of manufacturing machinery and toolsKnowledge of machine repairs / Die changing / Tooling change Ability to prioritize, plan and schedule work effectively with a production team in a fast paced environment Organize workflow by assigning responsibilities and preparing schedulesSet daily/weekly/monthly objectives and communicate them to employeesAble to meet Production targets in an efficient mannerKnowledge of Time and Method study.Able to set Production standards for various process.Identify issues in efficiency and suggest improvementsEnsure the safe use of equipment and schedule regular maintenanceEvaluate performance and progress of employeesMotivate and coach employeesTrain new employees on how to safely use machinery and follow proceduresEnforce strict safety guidelines and company standardsAdvanced skills in MS OfficeGood Communication and interpersonal skillsSelf-motivated with a results-driven approachProblem-solving skillsStrong ethical skills to ensure confidentiality of sensitive information.Must have driving license with own vehicle.Degree in EngineeringTo apply, email resume to Dawn Urbanowicz at Dawn.Urbanowicz@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positions.RESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
        Are you an Engineer that has been Supervising Production in an Automotive or related operation?Are you looking for an excellent company to make the next step in your career?If so, this could be the opportunity for you. We are looking for a Degreed Engineer to Supervise an advanced manufacturing operation.The position is for Afternoon shift : 3.30pm to 12 amProven experience as Production Supervisor in a manufacturing company.Experience in Radiator manufacturing/ Automotive / equipment / sheet metal manufacturingExperience in using various types of manufacturing machinery and toolsKnowledge of machine repairs / Die changing / Tooling change Ability to prioritize, plan and schedule work effectively with a production team in a fast paced environment Organize workflow by assigning responsibilities and preparing schedulesSet daily/weekly/monthly objectives and communicate them to employeesAble to meet Production targets in an efficient mannerKnowledge of Time and Method study.Able to set Production standards for various process.Identify issues in efficiency and suggest improvementsEnsure the safe use of equipment and schedule regular maintenanceEvaluate performance and progress of employeesMotivate and coach employeesTrain new employees on how to safely use machinery and follow proceduresEnforce strict safety guidelines and company standardsAdvanced skills in MS OfficeGood Communication and interpersonal skillsSelf-motivated with a results-driven approachProblem-solving skillsStrong ethical skills to ensure confidentiality of sensitive information.Must have driving license with own vehicle.Degree in EngineeringTo apply, email resume to Dawn Urbanowicz at Dawn.Urbanowicz@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positions.RESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
        • Burlington, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Our client, a machine manufacturer in the Burlington area, has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Quality Inspector/Technician to join their team! As a Quality Inspector, you would work closely with the Operations Manager and be responsible for maintaining quality standards by approving incoming materials, in-process production, and finished products as well as recording quality results.ADVANTAGESThis is a permanent opportunity that offers a competitive compensation package and an excellent opportunity for growth! RESPONSIBILITIES•Execute knowledge of QA methods and standards, inspection procedures, QA instructions and assembly specifications.•Inspect parts using calipers, micrometers and other measurement tools.•Evaluate and interpret manuals, blueprints, specifications along with other technical data.•Approves incoming materials by confirming specifications; conducting visual and measurement tests; rejecting and returning unacceptable materials.•Approves in-process production by confirming specifications; conducting visual and measurement tests; communicating required adjustments to production supervisor.•Approves finished products by confirming specifications; conducting visual and measurement tests; returning products for re-work; confirming re-work.•Documents inspection results by completing reports, logs and non-conformance reports; summarizing re-work and waste; inputting data into quality database.•Keeps measurement equipment operating by following operating instructions; calling for repairs.•Update and maintain inspection documents, forms, logs, conformance certificates and other records.•Identify root cause of problems, analyze and develop remedial actions working with shop floor and engineers.•Recommend improvements to the production process to ensure quality control.QUALIFICATIONS•5+ years of experience in quality control or quality assurance position.•Quality control experience within a machine manufacturing environment.•Certification in quality control is preferred.•Strong understanding of quality control standards and testing techniques.•Ability to read blueprint drawings and specifications.•Analytical, logical thought process and meticulous attention to detail.SUMMARYIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today! Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
        Our client, a machine manufacturer in the Burlington area, has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Quality Inspector/Technician to join their team! As a Quality Inspector, you would work closely with the Operations Manager and be responsible for maintaining quality standards by approving incoming materials, in-process production, and finished products as well as recording quality results.ADVANTAGESThis is a permanent opportunity that offers a competitive compensation package and an excellent opportunity for growth! RESPONSIBILITIES•Execute knowledge of QA methods and standards, inspection procedures, QA instructions and assembly specifications.•Inspect parts using calipers, micrometers and other measurement tools.•Evaluate and interpret manuals, blueprints, specifications along with other technical data.•Approves incoming materials by confirming specifications; conducting visual and measurement tests; rejecting and returning unacceptable materials.•Approves in-process production by confirming specifications; conducting visual and measurement tests; communicating required adjustments to production supervisor.•Approves finished products by confirming specifications; conducting visual and measurement tests; returning products for re-work; confirming re-work.•Documents inspection results by completing reports, logs and non-conformance reports; summarizing re-work and waste; inputting data into quality database.•Keeps measurement equipment operating by following operating instructions; calling for repairs.•Update and maintain inspection documents, forms, logs, conformance certificates and other records.•Identify root cause of problems, analyze and develop remedial actions working with shop floor and engineers.•Recommend improvements to the production process to ensure quality control.QUALIFICATIONS•5+ years of experience in quality control or quality assurance position.•Quality control experience within a machine manufacturing environment.•Certification in quality control is preferred.•Strong understanding of quality control standards and testing techniques.•Ability to read blueprint drawings and specifications.•Analytical, logical thought process and meticulous attention to detail.SUMMARYIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today! Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
        • Woodbridge, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Our client in Vaughan is looking to add a Group Manager(day shift) to manage a group of employees in their growing team! If you want to work for a large organization with ample room to grow professionally, this is the role for you!As a Production Supervisor/Group Manager - you ensure hourly production targets in their area of responsibility are met and must be able to implement immediate and decisive steps to correct deviations that may occur due to resourcing, unexpected machine downtime, or supply deficiencies. In this role you will…•Ensures that Safety and Quality standards are met at all times. The Group Manager must lead by example in these categories at all times, unwaveringly. •Plans and organizes manufacturing operations to determine requirements for manufacturing products as scheduled: planning unionized labour pool allocation, ensuring materials are staged, etc. •Ensures production targets are met on a daily basis in the area(s) of responsibility. •Collaborate and work very closely with other Group Managers and support functions (such as Purchasing, Quality or IT) to ensure potential issues are mitigated before they impact safety, quality or production output. •Removes production constraints to improve efficiencies and enhance productivity.•Resolves production and quality issues.•Maintains and supports a superior housekeeping program.•Encourages and promotes a continuous improvement environment at all levels of the organization.•Communicates with other departments regarding product delivery status and requirements.•Absolute focus on On-Time, Delivered Quality product to our customers.•Ability to hold their team accountable to the daily production expectations.•Safety Champion for the department(s).You are the ideal candidate for this role because you have…•Some related post - secondary education and or previous management experience in a manufacturing setting. •Hands on manufacturing experience as well as practical and theoretical experience and knowledge of lean manufacturing process principles. •Strong written and verbal communication skills, strong organizational skills along with a sense of urgency and personal accountability. •Mechanical aptitude as well as basic computer knowledge (Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook) would be required. •Proven ability to drive change (processes, culture) in a unionized environment with a focus on Safety, Quality, and Productivity. •Detail oriented and able to dive deep to solve problems and issues at the root. •Ability to be self directed.If this role sounds like a fit for you then apply online or send in your resume directly to swapna.nair@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
        Our client in Vaughan is looking to add a Group Manager(day shift) to manage a group of employees in their growing team! If you want to work for a large organization with ample room to grow professionally, this is the role for you!As a Production Supervisor/Group Manager - you ensure hourly production targets in their area of responsibility are met and must be able to implement immediate and decisive steps to correct deviations that may occur due to resourcing, unexpected machine downtime, or supply deficiencies. In this role you will…•Ensures that Safety and Quality standards are met at all times. The Group Manager must lead by example in these categories at all times, unwaveringly. •Plans and organizes manufacturing operations to determine requirements for manufacturing products as scheduled: planning unionized labour pool allocation, ensuring materials are staged, etc. •Ensures production targets are met on a daily basis in the area(s) of responsibility. •Collaborate and work very closely with other Group Managers and support functions (such as Purchasing, Quality or IT) to ensure potential issues are mitigated before they impact safety, quality or production output. •Removes production constraints to improve efficiencies and enhance productivity.•Resolves production and quality issues.•Maintains and supports a superior housekeeping program.•Encourages and promotes a continuous improvement environment at all levels of the organization.•Communicates with other departments regarding product delivery status and requirements.•Absolute focus on On-Time, Delivered Quality product to our customers.•Ability to hold their team accountable to the daily production expectations.•Safety Champion for the department(s).You are the ideal candidate for this role because you have…•Some related post - secondary education and or previous management experience in a manufacturing setting. •Hands on manufacturing experience as well as practical and theoretical experience and knowledge of lean manufacturing process principles. •Strong written and verbal communication skills, strong organizational skills along with a sense of urgency and personal accountability. •Mechanical aptitude as well as basic computer knowledge (Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook) would be required. •Proven ability to drive change (processes, culture) in a unionized environment with a focus on Safety, Quality, and Productivity. •Detail oriented and able to dive deep to solve problems and issues at the root. •Ability to be self directed.If this role sounds like a fit for you then apply online or send in your resume directly to swapna.nair@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS

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