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      • Scarborough, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Do you have batch mixer or blender operator experience in the food or pharmaceutical industry? If yes, then we have the job for you!We are Randstad Canada, and our client is actively recruiting an experienced and reliable Machine Operator at their Scarborough location. The candidates selected will be hired on a permanent full-time basis Any interested candidates may apply through this posting!Position – Machine Operator – Permanent Full TimePay Rate: $22/hourShift: Rotating Days/Afternoons/Nights on a two-week basisDays: 7:00 am - 3:00 pmAfternoons: 3:00 pm - 11:00 pmNights: 11:00 pm - 7:00 amAdvantages- Easy access! This client is located at Birchmount and Eglinton- Company Benefits available to employees- Opportunity to work for a company with a heavy emphasis on safety, with all PPE's provided by the company- Get to work with a very friendly team!- Hiring on a Permanent Full-Time basis, you will work directly for the company from day one, no contract or temp basis!Responsibilities- Complete regular QC checks as required- Make sure that your machines are properly maintained, and handle troubleshooting when necessary- Keep up to date knowledge of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)- Ensure that full PPE is always worn - Overalls, gloves, glasses, face masks, and sometimes respirators - all provided by the company!- Clean workspace at the end of the shift- Performing other duties as requiredQualifications- Previous Batch Mixer work experience and/or previous Blending Operator experience is is required- 1-2 years of warehouse experience is required- Must possess up to date knowledge of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)- The ability to safely handle chemicals and knowledge of chemistry is required- Valid forklift experience/certification is a plus- Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. on a regular basis in a safe and comfortable manner- Must possess a valid Driver's License- A resume with relevant experienceSummaryIf you are interested in this position, please create an account on randstad.ca & send your resumes to husna.khan@randstad.ca! Feel free to call us at 416-431-6077!Thank you for your interest in our current open positions. "All-Stars have agents why shouldn't you".Please 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 career in the industrial field!Apply today! Randstad wants to hear from you and anyone you know looking for industrial positions!
      Do you have batch mixer or blender operator experience in the food or pharmaceutical industry? If yes, then we have the job for you!We are Randstad Canada, and our client is actively recruiting an experienced and reliable Machine Operator at their Scarborough location. The candidates selected will be hired on a permanent full-time basis Any interested candidates may apply through this posting!Position – Machine Operator – Permanent Full TimePay Rate: $22/hourShift: Rotating Days/Afternoons/Nights on a two-week basisDays: 7:00 am - 3:00 pmAfternoons: 3:00 pm - 11:00 pmNights: 11:00 pm - 7:00 amAdvantages- Easy access! This client is located at Birchmount and Eglinton- Company Benefits available to employees- Opportunity to work for a company with a heavy emphasis on safety, with all PPE's provided by the company- Get to work with a very friendly team!- Hiring on a Permanent Full-Time basis, you will work directly for the company from day one, no contract or temp basis!Responsibilities- Complete regular QC checks as required- Make sure that your machines are properly maintained, and handle troubleshooting when necessary- Keep up to date knowledge of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)- Ensure that full PPE is always worn - Overalls, gloves, glasses, face masks, and sometimes respirators - all provided by the company!- Clean workspace at the end of the shift- Performing other duties as requiredQualifications- Previous Batch Mixer work experience and/or previous Blending Operator experience is is required- 1-2 years of warehouse experience is required- Must possess up to date knowledge of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)- The ability to safely handle chemicals and knowledge of chemistry is required- Valid forklift experience/certification is a plus- Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. on a regular basis in a safe and comfortable manner- Must possess a valid Driver's License- A resume with relevant experienceSummaryIf you are interested in this position, please create an account on randstad.ca & send your resumes to husna.khan@randstad.ca! Feel free to call us at 416-431-6077!Thank you for your interest in our current open positions. "All-Stars have agents why shouldn't you".Please 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 career in the industrial field!Apply today! Randstad wants to hear from you and anyone you know looking for industrial positions!
      • Aldergrove, British Columbia
      • Contract
      The Shipper, Receiver, Forklift Operator is responsible for strapping loads, loading, unloading pallets and coils. Picking customer orders, loading of material onto trucks. Use of overhead crane.RESPONSIBILITIES:•Inspect all equipment prior to using/operating •Strapping of material on production carts (use of banding machine) •Assisting of supplying coils to production•Putting material in storage racks •Receiving and marking coils•Mapping and planning loads •Organizing trucking shipments•Counting, paperwork, quality control•Loading ,unloading material onto trucks•Stacking coils •Housekeeping – Ensure that the yard is kept neat and clean •Emptying knock out and garbage binsQUALIFICATIONS:•Dependable, excellent attendance record •Heavy lifting up to 50lbs•Understanding of safety policies and their effects to personnel.•How to use chop saw and steel binding machines.•Good communication skills with production personnel, order desk, customers, couriers and truck drivers•Picking orders and strapping for properly safe loading, ensure strapping is tight so lifts don’t shift or fold.•WHMIS Training•Crane Certification•Knowledge and skill to operate a forklift (certification required)Additional:•Available for day or afternoon shiftTo apply, please send your resumes to:Nadleen @ nadleen.prasad@randstad.caNicole @ nicole.demers@randstad.caOR please text:Nadleen @ 604-679-1285Nicole @ 604-404-2025Advantages•Dependable, excellent attendance record •Heavy lifting up to 50lbs•Understanding of safety policies and their effects to personnel.•How to use chop saw and steel binding machines.•Good communication skills with production personnel, order desk, customers, couriers and truck drivers•Picking orders and strapping for properly safe loading, ensure strapping is tight so lifts don’t shift or fold.•WHMIS TrainingResponsibilities•Inspect all equipment prior to using/operating •Strapping of material on production carts (use of banding machine) •Assisting of supplying coils to production•Putting material in storage racks •Receiving and marking coils•Mapping and planning loads •Organizing trucking shipments•Counting, paperwork, quality control•Loading ,unloading material onto trucks•Stacking coils •Housekeeping – Ensure that the yard is kept neat and clean •Emptying knock out and garbage binsQualifications•Dependable, excellent attendance record •Heavy lifting up to 50lbs•Understanding of safety policies and their effects to personnel.•How to use chop saw and steel binding machines.•Good communication skills with production personnel, order desk, customers, couriers and truck drivers•Picking orders and strapping for properly safe loading, ensure strapping is tight so lifts don’t shift or fold.•WHMIS Training•Crane Certification•Knowledge and skill to operate a forklift (certification required)SummaryTo apply, please send your resumes to:Nadleen @ nadleen.prasad@randstad.caNicole @ nicole.demers@randstad.caOR please text:Nadleen @ 604-679-1285Nicole @ 604-404-2025
      The Shipper, Receiver, Forklift Operator is responsible for strapping loads, loading, unloading pallets and coils. Picking customer orders, loading of material onto trucks. Use of overhead crane.RESPONSIBILITIES:•Inspect all equipment prior to using/operating •Strapping of material on production carts (use of banding machine) •Assisting of supplying coils to production•Putting material in storage racks •Receiving and marking coils•Mapping and planning loads •Organizing trucking shipments•Counting, paperwork, quality control•Loading ,unloading material onto trucks•Stacking coils •Housekeeping – Ensure that the yard is kept neat and clean •Emptying knock out and garbage binsQUALIFICATIONS:•Dependable, excellent attendance record •Heavy lifting up to 50lbs•Understanding of safety policies and their effects to personnel.•How to use chop saw and steel binding machines.•Good communication skills with production personnel, order desk, customers, couriers and truck drivers•Picking orders and strapping for properly safe loading, ensure strapping is tight so lifts don’t shift or fold.•WHMIS Training•Crane Certification•Knowledge and skill to operate a forklift (certification required)Additional:•Available for day or afternoon shiftTo apply, please send your resumes to:Nadleen @ nadleen.prasad@randstad.caNicole @ nicole.demers@randstad.caOR please text:Nadleen @ 604-679-1285Nicole @ 604-404-2025Advantages•Dependable, excellent attendance record •Heavy lifting up to 50lbs•Understanding of safety policies and their effects to personnel.•How to use chop saw and steel binding machines.•Good communication skills with production personnel, order desk, customers, couriers and truck drivers•Picking orders and strapping for properly safe loading, ensure strapping is tight so lifts don’t shift or fold.•WHMIS TrainingResponsibilities•Inspect all equipment prior to using/operating •Strapping of material on production carts (use of banding machine) •Assisting of supplying coils to production•Putting material in storage racks •Receiving and marking coils•Mapping and planning loads •Organizing trucking shipments•Counting, paperwork, quality control•Loading ,unloading material onto trucks•Stacking coils •Housekeeping – Ensure that the yard is kept neat and clean •Emptying knock out and garbage binsQualifications•Dependable, excellent attendance record •Heavy lifting up to 50lbs•Understanding of safety policies and their effects to personnel.•How to use chop saw and steel binding machines.•Good communication skills with production personnel, order desk, customers, couriers and truck drivers•Picking orders and strapping for properly safe loading, ensure strapping is tight so lifts don’t shift or fold.•WHMIS Training•Crane Certification•Knowledge and skill to operate a forklift (certification required)SummaryTo apply, please send your resumes to:Nadleen @ nadleen.prasad@randstad.caNicole @ nicole.demers@randstad.caOR please text:Nadleen @ 604-679-1285Nicole @ 604-404-2025
      • Langley, British Columbia
      • Contract
      The Warehouse Worker will contribute to the success of FBN by playing a critical role in theorder fulfillment portion of FBN’s business. The Warehouse Worker will be required to ensurethe accuracy of the orders they are fulfilling, as well as ensure they are performing their jobefficiently and effectively.To apply, please send your resumes to:Nadleen @ nadleen.prasad@randstad.caNicole @ nicole.demers@randstad.caOR please text:Nadleen @ 604-679-1285Nicole @ 604-404-2025Advantages- Physical fast-paced environment - Great culture and working atmosphere - Amazing training by the leadership team- Good Health and Safety Standards Responsibilities● Shipping and receiving of inventory: receipt, pick, pack, ship and return of product● Completing regular inventory verification and counting including cycle counts with ahigh degree of accuracy● Maintain clean work environment free of debris and hazards● Comply with warehousing rules and regulations as well as with company policies andprocedures● Loads, unloads, replenishes and restocks various areas using skid steer, forklift, palletjack etc.● Follows proper processes and completes paperwork for order picking, returns oridentifying damaged goods● Answer customer enquires and assists as needed● Ensuring correct orders are staged and ready for delivery.● Report defects, incidents and accidents, and violations to management.● Other duties as requiredQualificationsFormal Education or Equivalent● Minimum High School diploma or equivalent● Forklift Certified (preferred)● Skid Steer Certified (preferred)● WHMIS Certified (preferred)SummaryTo apply, please send your resumes to:Nadleen @ nadleen.prasad@randstad.caNicole @ nicole.demers@randstad.caOR please text:Nadleen @ 604-679-1285Nicole @ 604-404-2025
      The Warehouse Worker will contribute to the success of FBN by playing a critical role in theorder fulfillment portion of FBN’s business. The Warehouse Worker will be required to ensurethe accuracy of the orders they are fulfilling, as well as ensure they are performing their jobefficiently and effectively.To apply, please send your resumes to:Nadleen @ nadleen.prasad@randstad.caNicole @ nicole.demers@randstad.caOR please text:Nadleen @ 604-679-1285Nicole @ 604-404-2025Advantages- Physical fast-paced environment - Great culture and working atmosphere - Amazing training by the leadership team- Good Health and Safety Standards Responsibilities● Shipping and receiving of inventory: receipt, pick, pack, ship and return of product● Completing regular inventory verification and counting including cycle counts with ahigh degree of accuracy● Maintain clean work environment free of debris and hazards● Comply with warehousing rules and regulations as well as with company policies andprocedures● Loads, unloads, replenishes and restocks various areas using skid steer, forklift, palletjack etc.● Follows proper processes and completes paperwork for order picking, returns oridentifying damaged goods● Answer customer enquires and assists as needed● Ensuring correct orders are staged and ready for delivery.● Report defects, incidents and accidents, and violations to management.● Other duties as requiredQualificationsFormal Education or Equivalent● Minimum High School diploma or equivalent● Forklift Certified (preferred)● Skid Steer Certified (preferred)● WHMIS Certified (preferred)SummaryTo apply, please send your resumes to:Nadleen @ nadleen.prasad@randstad.caNicole @ nicole.demers@randstad.caOR please text:Nadleen @ 604-679-1285Nicole @ 604-404-2025
      • Dundas, Ontario
      • Contract
      • $20.00 per hour
      We are looking for a material handler/ forklift operator to start right away. This role is quite physical and you will be on and off the forklift many, many, many times a day.You will be moving skids, loading trucks, potentially hand balming bags of concrete powder if there is an issue. This is a fast-paced quick turnaround job.For this role, you will be provided ample gear, coveralls, respirators n95 masks. AdvantagesWorking with a great group of people$20 hourlyWeekly payOpportunity for overtimePaid training on Transportation of dangerous good and WHMISResponsibilitiesAdhere to company policies & procedures (as per training)Attention to detailAbility to work in various weather conditions all year round (hot and cold) loading trucks with the forkliftQualificationsMust be forklift certified- counterbalanceExtremely flexible and willing to periodically work various shifts (inclusive of weekends and Statutory Holidays)Positive work ethic Able to demonstrate an ability to work independently, unsupervised and as well as in a teamYou will be required to have your own car as this is NOT bus route accessibleBe able to work: Shift: 8-hour shifts Mon-Fri with OT available 4am-12pm12pm-8pmSummaryHow to Apply:Text Melissa at 365-323-3434 Call Laura or Melissa at 905-528-3400 ex. 1 Email your resume to melissa.zicarelli@randstad.ca and/or laura.ogrady@randstad.caCall me to find out more about these positions or apply online.Everything that is good to know about Randstad:• There is no charge to have us assist you in your search• We are the number 1 Staffing firm not only in Canada but in the World!!
      We are looking for a material handler/ forklift operator to start right away. This role is quite physical and you will be on and off the forklift many, many, many times a day.You will be moving skids, loading trucks, potentially hand balming bags of concrete powder if there is an issue. This is a fast-paced quick turnaround job.For this role, you will be provided ample gear, coveralls, respirators n95 masks. AdvantagesWorking with a great group of people$20 hourlyWeekly payOpportunity for overtimePaid training on Transportation of dangerous good and WHMISResponsibilitiesAdhere to company policies & procedures (as per training)Attention to detailAbility to work in various weather conditions all year round (hot and cold) loading trucks with the forkliftQualificationsMust be forklift certified- counterbalanceExtremely flexible and willing to periodically work various shifts (inclusive of weekends and Statutory Holidays)Positive work ethic Able to demonstrate an ability to work independently, unsupervised and as well as in a teamYou will be required to have your own car as this is NOT bus route accessibleBe able to work: Shift: 8-hour shifts Mon-Fri with OT available 4am-12pm12pm-8pmSummaryHow to Apply:Text Melissa at 365-323-3434 Call Laura or Melissa at 905-528-3400 ex. 1 Email your resume to melissa.zicarelli@randstad.ca and/or laura.ogrady@randstad.caCall me to find out more about these positions or apply online.Everything that is good to know about Randstad:• There is no charge to have us assist you in your search• We are the number 1 Staffing firm not only in Canada but in the World!!
      • Richmond, British Columbia
      • Contract
      Are you looking for a full-time opportunity in a growing company? Have you been a warehouse worker in the past and excelled at it? We are looking for someone just like you to join our warehouse team in Richmond. The Warehouse Worker will contribute to the success of the company by playing a critical role in theorder fulfillment portion of the business. The Warehouse Worker will be required to ensure the accuracy of the orders they are fulfilling, as well as ensure they are performing their job efficiently and effectively.To apply, please send your resumes to:Aileen.feria@randstad.caAdvantages- Physical fast-paced environment- Great culture and working atmosphere- Amazing training by the leadership team- Good Health and Safety StandardsResponsibilities● Shipping and receiving of inventory: receipt, pick, pack, ship and return of product● Completing regular inventory verification and counting including cycle counts with ahigh degree of accuracy● Maintain clean work environment free of debris and hazards● Comply with warehousing rules and regulations as well as with company policies andprocedures● Loads, unloads, replenishes and restocks various areas using skid steer, forklift, palletjack etc.● Follows proper processes and completes paperwork for order picking, returns oridentifying damaged goods● Answer customer enquires and assists as needed● Ensuring correct orders are staged and ready for delivery.● Report defects, incidents and accidents, and violations to management.● Other duties as requiredQualificationsFormal Education or Equivalent● Minimum High School diploma or equivalent● Forklift Certified (preferred)● Skid Steer Certified (preferred)● WHMIS Certified (preferred)SummaryTo apply for this position, please send your resume to aileen.feria@randstad.ca.
      Are you looking for a full-time opportunity in a growing company? Have you been a warehouse worker in the past and excelled at it? We are looking for someone just like you to join our warehouse team in Richmond. The Warehouse Worker will contribute to the success of the company by playing a critical role in theorder fulfillment portion of the business. The Warehouse Worker will be required to ensure the accuracy of the orders they are fulfilling, as well as ensure they are performing their job efficiently and effectively.To apply, please send your resumes to:Aileen.feria@randstad.caAdvantages- Physical fast-paced environment- Great culture and working atmosphere- Amazing training by the leadership team- Good Health and Safety StandardsResponsibilities● Shipping and receiving of inventory: receipt, pick, pack, ship and return of product● Completing regular inventory verification and counting including cycle counts with ahigh degree of accuracy● Maintain clean work environment free of debris and hazards● Comply with warehousing rules and regulations as well as with company policies andprocedures● Loads, unloads, replenishes and restocks various areas using skid steer, forklift, palletjack etc.● Follows proper processes and completes paperwork for order picking, returns oridentifying damaged goods● Answer customer enquires and assists as needed● Ensuring correct orders are staged and ready for delivery.● Report defects, incidents and accidents, and violations to management.● Other duties as requiredQualificationsFormal Education or Equivalent● Minimum High School diploma or equivalent● Forklift Certified (preferred)● Skid Steer Certified (preferred)● WHMIS Certified (preferred)SummaryTo apply for this position, please send your resume to aileen.feria@randstad.ca.
      • Richmond, British Columbia
      • Contract
      Are you looking for a full-time opportunity in a growing company? Have you been a warehouse worker in the past and excelled at it? We are looking for someone just like you to join our warehouse team in Richmond. The Warehouse Worker will contribute to the success of the company by playing a critical role in theorder fulfillment portion of the business. The Warehouse Worker will be required to ensure the accuracy of the orders they are fulfilling, as well as ensure they are performing their job efficiently and effectively.To apply, please send your resumes to:Aileen.feria@randstad.caAdvantages- Physical fast-paced environment- Great culture and working atmosphere- Amazing training by the leadership team- Good Health and Safety StandardsResponsibilities● Shipping and receiving of inventory: receipt, pick, pack, ship and return of product● Completing regular inventory verification and counting including cycle counts with ahigh degree of accuracy● Maintain clean work environment free of debris and hazards● Comply with warehousing rules and regulations as well as with company policies andprocedures● Loads, unloads, replenishes and restocks various areas using skid steer, forklift, palletjack etc.● Follows proper processes and completes paperwork for order picking, returns oridentifying damaged goods● Answer customer enquires and assists as needed● Ensuring correct orders are staged and ready for delivery.● Report defects, incidents and accidents, and violations to management.● Other duties as requiredQualificationsFormal Education or Equivalent● Minimum High School diploma or equivalent● Forklift Certified (preferred)● Skid Steer Certified (preferred)● WHMIS Certified (preferred)SummaryTo apply for this position, please send your resume to aileen.feria@randstad.ca.
      Are you looking for a full-time opportunity in a growing company? Have you been a warehouse worker in the past and excelled at it? We are looking for someone just like you to join our warehouse team in Richmond. The Warehouse Worker will contribute to the success of the company by playing a critical role in theorder fulfillment portion of the business. The Warehouse Worker will be required to ensure the accuracy of the orders they are fulfilling, as well as ensure they are performing their job efficiently and effectively.To apply, please send your resumes to:Aileen.feria@randstad.caAdvantages- Physical fast-paced environment- Great culture and working atmosphere- Amazing training by the leadership team- Good Health and Safety StandardsResponsibilities● Shipping and receiving of inventory: receipt, pick, pack, ship and return of product● Completing regular inventory verification and counting including cycle counts with ahigh degree of accuracy● Maintain clean work environment free of debris and hazards● Comply with warehousing rules and regulations as well as with company policies andprocedures● Loads, unloads, replenishes and restocks various areas using skid steer, forklift, palletjack etc.● Follows proper processes and completes paperwork for order picking, returns oridentifying damaged goods● Answer customer enquires and assists as needed● Ensuring correct orders are staged and ready for delivery.● Report defects, incidents and accidents, and violations to management.● Other duties as requiredQualificationsFormal Education or Equivalent● Minimum High School diploma or equivalent● Forklift Certified (preferred)● Skid Steer Certified (preferred)● WHMIS Certified (preferred)SummaryTo apply for this position, please send your resume to aileen.feria@randstad.ca.
      • Clairmont, Alberta
      • Contract
      • $21.00 - $24.00 per hour
      Vacuum Truck SwamperJob alert for Vacuum Truck Swampers!Are you an experienced vac truck swamper, looking for a new challenge? We are looking for multiple swampers throughout Grande Prairie. You will be working with one of our clients who is looking for candidates with hard working and positive attitudes.Advantages-Competitive pay $21 - $24 per hour.-Field work – May 1st to May 10th.-Staying in camp the entire project.-Optional health and dental benefits are available through Randstad from your first pay day.-Positive team and supportive supervisor.Responsibilities- Working as a swamper on vacuum truck.- 12 hours shift (must be flexible to work night shift)Qualifications-At least one year of experience as swamper on vacuum truck.-Tickets required:•1st Aid with CPR and AED•Fall Arrest•WHMIS 15•TDG•H2S Alive•Confined Space Entry (rescue)•Fit mask AV 2000 and AV 3000*AWP (Aerial Work Platform) is a nice to have.-Strong hand-eye coordination and ability to multitask.-Willing to learn and accept responsibilities.-Must be able to provide two previous supervisory references.SummaryThere are two different ways to get in touch with me:-Online: Register yourself online at www.randstad.ca and create a profile for yourself and upload your resume.-Email: Send your resume directly to Gitika stating the job role in the email subject line at gitika.arya@randstad.caIf you have the experience detailed above, please apply with us. Do not see what you are looking for? Check out our website at www.randstad.ca to see the rest of our open roles throughout the country.
      Vacuum Truck SwamperJob alert for Vacuum Truck Swampers!Are you an experienced vac truck swamper, looking for a new challenge? We are looking for multiple swampers throughout Grande Prairie. You will be working with one of our clients who is looking for candidates with hard working and positive attitudes.Advantages-Competitive pay $21 - $24 per hour.-Field work – May 1st to May 10th.-Staying in camp the entire project.-Optional health and dental benefits are available through Randstad from your first pay day.-Positive team and supportive supervisor.Responsibilities- Working as a swamper on vacuum truck.- 12 hours shift (must be flexible to work night shift)Qualifications-At least one year of experience as swamper on vacuum truck.-Tickets required:•1st Aid with CPR and AED•Fall Arrest•WHMIS 15•TDG•H2S Alive•Confined Space Entry (rescue)•Fit mask AV 2000 and AV 3000*AWP (Aerial Work Platform) is a nice to have.-Strong hand-eye coordination and ability to multitask.-Willing to learn and accept responsibilities.-Must be able to provide two previous supervisory references.SummaryThere are two different ways to get in touch with me:-Online: Register yourself online at www.randstad.ca and create a profile for yourself and upload your resume.-Email: Send your resume directly to Gitika stating the job role in the email subject line at gitika.arya@randstad.caIf you have the experience detailed above, please apply with us. Do not see what you are looking for? Check out our website at www.randstad.ca to see the rest of our open roles throughout the country.
      • Richmond, British Columbia
      • Contract
      Are you looking for a full-time opportunity in a growing company? Would you describe yourself as someone who enjoys working with machinery and the Forklift (Reach)? We are looking for someone just like you to join our warehouse team in Richmond. The Reach Truck operator contributes to the success of the company by playing a critical role in theorder fulfillment portion of the business. YOu will make a great fit for this position if you are good with the accuracy of the orders and if you enjoy working in a team setting. What you need to know about the job: - Monday to Friday shifts from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm- The pay is $22/h- The job involves about 70 % of the work on the Reach Forklift Truck and 30% General Labor. - You will be handling furniture products that all come stored in cardboard boxes. - The lifting requirements are up to 60 lbs. There are heavier products that you will get help lifting. - This is a long-term job and will make a great fit if you are interested in growing your career. - There are opportunities for Weekend shifts. Advantages- Physical fast-paced environment- Weekly paychecks- Great culture and working atmosphere- New warehouse in Vancouver in a company that has doubled in employee count over the last year. - This is a great job for someone who is looking to move up to leadership and supervision. Responsibilities- Shipping and receiving of inventory: receipt, pick, pack, ship and return of product- Completing regular inventory verification and counting including cycle counts with ahigh degree of accuracy- Maintain clean work environment free of debris and hazards- Comply with warehousing rules and regulations as well as with company policies andprocedures- Loads unloads, replenishes, and restocks various areas using skid steer, forklift, palletjack etc.- Follows proper processes and completes paperwork for order picking, returns oridentifying damaged goods- Report defects, incidents and accidents, and violations to management.QualificationsFormal Education or Equivalent● Minimum High School diploma or equivalent● Reach Truck Forklift Certified (preferred)● Experience working in a warehouse setting. ● WHMIS Certified (preferred)SummaryDoes the Reach Truck Operator position sound like something you would love doing as a job? Please respond to this Ad with a copy of your resume and optional cover letter. For any inquiries about the position, text 236-330-7956.We will be looking forward to your call!
      Are you looking for a full-time opportunity in a growing company? Would you describe yourself as someone who enjoys working with machinery and the Forklift (Reach)? We are looking for someone just like you to join our warehouse team in Richmond. The Reach Truck operator contributes to the success of the company by playing a critical role in theorder fulfillment portion of the business. YOu will make a great fit for this position if you are good with the accuracy of the orders and if you enjoy working in a team setting. What you need to know about the job: - Monday to Friday shifts from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm- The pay is $22/h- The job involves about 70 % of the work on the Reach Forklift Truck and 30% General Labor. - You will be handling furniture products that all come stored in cardboard boxes. - The lifting requirements are up to 60 lbs. There are heavier products that you will get help lifting. - This is a long-term job and will make a great fit if you are interested in growing your career. - There are opportunities for Weekend shifts. Advantages- Physical fast-paced environment- Weekly paychecks- Great culture and working atmosphere- New warehouse in Vancouver in a company that has doubled in employee count over the last year. - This is a great job for someone who is looking to move up to leadership and supervision. Responsibilities- Shipping and receiving of inventory: receipt, pick, pack, ship and return of product- Completing regular inventory verification and counting including cycle counts with ahigh degree of accuracy- Maintain clean work environment free of debris and hazards- Comply with warehousing rules and regulations as well as with company policies andprocedures- Loads unloads, replenishes, and restocks various areas using skid steer, forklift, palletjack etc.- Follows proper processes and completes paperwork for order picking, returns oridentifying damaged goods- Report defects, incidents and accidents, and violations to management.QualificationsFormal Education or Equivalent● Minimum High School diploma or equivalent● Reach Truck Forklift Certified (preferred)● Experience working in a warehouse setting. ● WHMIS Certified (preferred)SummaryDoes the Reach Truck Operator position sound like something you would love doing as a job? Please respond to this Ad with a copy of your resume and optional cover letter. For any inquiries about the position, text 236-330-7956.We will be looking forward to your call!
      • Richmond, British Columbia
      • Contract
      Are you looking for a full-time opportunity in a growing company? Would you describe yourself as someone who enjoys working with machinery and the Forklift (Reach)? We are looking for someone just like you to join our warehouse team in Richmond. The Reach Truck operator contributes to the success of the company by playing a critical role in theorder fulfillment portion of the business. YOu will make a great fit for this position if you are good with the accuracy of the orders and if you enjoy working in a team setting. What you need to know about the job: - Monday to Friday shifts from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm- The pay is $22/h- The job involves about 70 % of the work on the Reach Forklift Truck and 30% General Labor. - You will be handling furniture products that all come stored in cardboard boxes. - The lifting requirements are up to 60 lbs. There are heavier products that you will get help lifting. - This is a long-term job and will make a great fit if you are interested in growing your career. - There are opportunities for Weekend shifts. Advantages- Physical fast-paced environment- Weekly paychecks- Great culture and working atmosphere- New warehouse in Vancouver in a company that has doubled in employee count over the last year. - This is a great job for someone who is looking to move up to leadership and supervision. Responsibilities- Shipping and receiving of inventory: receipt, pick, pack, ship and return of product- Completing regular inventory verification and counting including cycle counts with ahigh degree of accuracy- Maintain clean work environment free of debris and hazards- Comply with warehousing rules and regulations as well as with company policies andprocedures- Loads unloads, replenishes, and restocks various areas using skid steer, forklift, palletjack etc.- Follows proper processes and completes paperwork for order picking, returns oridentifying damaged goods- Report defects, incidents and accidents, and violations to management.QualificationsFormal Education or Equivalent● Minimum High School diploma or equivalent● Reach Truck Forklift Certified (preferred)● Experience working in a warehouse setting. ● WHMIS Certified (preferred)SummaryDoes the Reach Truck Operator position sound like something you would love doing as a job? Please respond to this Ad with a copy of your resume and optional cover letter. For any inquiries about the position, text 236-330-7956.We will be looking forward to your call!
      Are you looking for a full-time opportunity in a growing company? Would you describe yourself as someone who enjoys working with machinery and the Forklift (Reach)? We are looking for someone just like you to join our warehouse team in Richmond. The Reach Truck operator contributes to the success of the company by playing a critical role in theorder fulfillment portion of the business. YOu will make a great fit for this position if you are good with the accuracy of the orders and if you enjoy working in a team setting. What you need to know about the job: - Monday to Friday shifts from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm- The pay is $22/h- The job involves about 70 % of the work on the Reach Forklift Truck and 30% General Labor. - You will be handling furniture products that all come stored in cardboard boxes. - The lifting requirements are up to 60 lbs. There are heavier products that you will get help lifting. - This is a long-term job and will make a great fit if you are interested in growing your career. - There are opportunities for Weekend shifts. Advantages- Physical fast-paced environment- Weekly paychecks- Great culture and working atmosphere- New warehouse in Vancouver in a company that has doubled in employee count over the last year. - This is a great job for someone who is looking to move up to leadership and supervision. Responsibilities- Shipping and receiving of inventory: receipt, pick, pack, ship and return of product- Completing regular inventory verification and counting including cycle counts with ahigh degree of accuracy- Maintain clean work environment free of debris and hazards- Comply with warehousing rules and regulations as well as with company policies andprocedures- Loads unloads, replenishes, and restocks various areas using skid steer, forklift, palletjack etc.- Follows proper processes and completes paperwork for order picking, returns oridentifying damaged goods- Report defects, incidents and accidents, and violations to management.QualificationsFormal Education or Equivalent● Minimum High School diploma or equivalent● Reach Truck Forklift Certified (preferred)● Experience working in a warehouse setting. ● WHMIS Certified (preferred)SummaryDoes the Reach Truck Operator position sound like something you would love doing as a job? Please respond to this Ad with a copy of your resume and optional cover letter. For any inquiries about the position, text 236-330-7956.We will be looking forward to your call!
      • Saanichton, British Columbia
      • Contract
      • $18.00 - $20.00 per hour
      A beautiful retirement residence and community located on the Saanich Peninsula is looking for a Sous-Chef to be part of their busy kitchen for the summer!The main responsibility of this person is to assist the Chef with ordering and preparing meals in a safe manner under the supervision of the Head Chef.Meals are served at 12 noon (lunch) and 5pm (dinner).SOUS-CHEFOpportunity: Full time, temporary positionLocation: Saanichton, BCHours: 5 days per week, 8.30am - 5.00pm or 10.00am - 6.30pmPay rate: $18-20 /hourStart: Early June, for 12-14 weeksAdvantages• Full-time summer work• Full weeks' orientation and training given• Daily lunch is included• Free on-site parking• Work in a not-for-profit organisation, with a dedicated and supportive team• A beautiful landscaped setting, providing quality accommodation, and dedicated to great serviceResponsibilities•Assist in menu planning as requested• Participate in the receiving, inspecting, storing and inventory of all food stuffs, supplies and materials•Prepare, cook, and bake a variety of foods, including but not limited to entrées, vegetables and baked goods•Assist in planning and scheduling work for other food service staff to ensure a smooth flow in the kitchen work environment•Participate in the serving of food items•Participate in the cleaning of kitchen area and equipment using the prescribed safety equipment and approved cleaning chemicals• Small amount of dishwashing support/cover•Assist in ensuring high standards of meals are maintained at all times•Other duties as required to maintain a safe and high quality food service facility• Comply with all policies including Code of Conduct, Dress Code, and Confidentiality, as listed in the Employee HandbookQualifications• Completion of Level 1 Food Safe• Current WHMIS Certificate• Experience working in a fast paced kitchen environment• Formal food training would be a strong asset• Excellent organization skills and the ability to work with little or no supervisionSummaryIf this sounds like you, then we would love to hear from you - please apply here today and one of our Staffing Consultants will be in touch. Alternatively, please email your resume to sarah.harwood@randstad.ca. All applications are welcome, but only those who meet the requirements will be contacted.Randstad oversees various temporary and permanent roles such as: Reception, Administrative Assistants, Executive Assistants, Customer Service/Client Support, Inside Sales, Data Entry, Human Resources, Marketing, Accounting, Warehouse, General Labour, Operations, and Skilled Trade roles. If you happen to have experience in any of these roles please feel free to reach out to us to discuss future possibilities!Any questions? Please feel free to call the Randstad Victoria office at 250.383.1389 and one of the team will be happy to help.We look forward to hearing from you!
      A beautiful retirement residence and community located on the Saanich Peninsula is looking for a Sous-Chef to be part of their busy kitchen for the summer!The main responsibility of this person is to assist the Chef with ordering and preparing meals in a safe manner under the supervision of the Head Chef.Meals are served at 12 noon (lunch) and 5pm (dinner).SOUS-CHEFOpportunity: Full time, temporary positionLocation: Saanichton, BCHours: 5 days per week, 8.30am - 5.00pm or 10.00am - 6.30pmPay rate: $18-20 /hourStart: Early June, for 12-14 weeksAdvantages• Full-time summer work• Full weeks' orientation and training given• Daily lunch is included• Free on-site parking• Work in a not-for-profit organisation, with a dedicated and supportive team• A beautiful landscaped setting, providing quality accommodation, and dedicated to great serviceResponsibilities•Assist in menu planning as requested• Participate in the receiving, inspecting, storing and inventory of all food stuffs, supplies and materials•Prepare, cook, and bake a variety of foods, including but not limited to entrées, vegetables and baked goods•Assist in planning and scheduling work for other food service staff to ensure a smooth flow in the kitchen work environment•Participate in the serving of food items•Participate in the cleaning of kitchen area and equipment using the prescribed safety equipment and approved cleaning chemicals• Small amount of dishwashing support/cover•Assist in ensuring high standards of meals are maintained at all times•Other duties as required to maintain a safe and high quality food service facility• Comply with all policies including Code of Conduct, Dress Code, and Confidentiality, as listed in the Employee HandbookQualifications• Completion of Level 1 Food Safe• Current WHMIS Certificate• Experience working in a fast paced kitchen environment• Formal food training would be a strong asset• Excellent organization skills and the ability to work with little or no supervisionSummaryIf this sounds like you, then we would love to hear from you - please apply here today and one of our Staffing Consultants will be in touch. Alternatively, please email your resume to sarah.harwood@randstad.ca. All applications are welcome, but only those who meet the requirements will be contacted.Randstad oversees various temporary and permanent roles such as: Reception, Administrative Assistants, Executive Assistants, Customer Service/Client Support, Inside Sales, Data Entry, Human Resources, Marketing, Accounting, Warehouse, General Labour, Operations, and Skilled Trade roles. If you happen to have experience in any of these roles please feel free to reach out to us to discuss future possibilities!Any questions? Please feel free to call the Randstad Victoria office at 250.383.1389 and one of the team will be happy to help.We look forward to hearing from you!
      • Windsor, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Are you a Program Manager with a great Tool and Die background?Are you looking for an opportunity to join a dynamic, growing organization?If so, this could be the opportunity for you?The Program Manager assumes responsibility for reviewing, quoting, planning, organizing, monitoring, and managing all phases of tool and die build projects. •Conducts preliminary review; prepares and submits quotes. Receives notification of intent to award project. Conduct internal kick-off meeting per company standards •Meets with customers and team members to gain understanding and knowledge of projects and to determine tooling requirements, components, materials, technologies, health, safety and security measures.• Successfully monitors project status and adherence to schedules, requirements, and deadlines..• Maintains accurate and complete records during the development process. Ensures related oral and electronic communications regarding project requirements, design changes, problems, solutions, etc. are securely maintained and readily available for review. Responsible for following and updating the ATQP process.•Co-ordinates, records, and implements quality loops per standards as required. Ensures problems are resolved quickly and effectively. Coordinates final customer design review and conducts design validation.• Monitors contracts and manages project budgets. Participates in monthly cost curve review meetings. •Ensures tools are fully functional and meet established project requirements and deadlines. • Ensures final versions of tooling and supporting materials are delivered to customers in a timely manner, and that all dynamic buy-off procedures are followed and completed. • Conducts home line try-out meeting with plant personnel and closing meetings per company standards. • Works to ensure quality service and customer satisfaction with finished products and support services.•Maintains regular contact with plant personnel to obtain or convey information related to the project. •Keeps management informed of projects, area activities, and any significant problems or concerns. •Provides leadership through effective objective setting, delegation, and communication. Conducts meetings to ensure personnel are well informed of project details.•Formulates and implements corrective actions as needed. Keeps accurate, thorough, and legally compliant documentation. Participates and chairs continuous improvement meeting (5 why’s) as needed.AdvantagesAbility to work with a world class organizationQuality and Safety focused organizationCompetitive compensation package, development and trainingResponsibilitiesThe Program Manager assumes responsibility for reviewing, quoting, planning, organizing, monitoring, and managing all phases of tool and die build projects. •Conducts preliminary review; prepares and submits quotes. Receives notification of intent to award project. Conduct internal kick-off meeting per company standards •Meets with customers and team members to gain understanding and knowledge of projects and to determine tooling requirements, components, materials, technologies, health, safety and security measures.• Successfully monitors project status and adherence to schedules, requirements, and deadlines..• Maintains accurate and complete records during the development process. Ensures related oral and electronic communications regarding project requirements, design changes, problems, solutions, etc. are securely maintained and readily available for review. Responsible for following and updating the ATQP process.•Co-ordinates, records, and implements quality loops per standards as required. Ensures problems are resolved quickly and effectively. Coordinates final customer design review and conducts design validation.• Monitors contracts and manages project budgets. Participates in monthly cost curve review meetings. •Ensures tools are fully functional and meet established project requirements and deadlines. • Ensures final versions of tooling and supporting materials are delivered to customers in a timely manner, and that all dynamic buy-off procedures are followed and completed. • Conducts home line try-out meeting with plant personnel and closing meetings per company standards. • Works to ensure quality service and customer satisfaction with finished products and support services.•Maintains regular contact with plant personnel to obtain or convey information related to the project. •Keeps management informed of projects, area activities, and any significant problems or concerns. •Provides leadership through effective objective setting, delegation, and communication. Conducts meetings to ensure personnel are well informed of project details.•Formulates and implements corrective actions as needed. Keeps accurate, thorough, and legally compliant documentation. Participates and chairs continuous improvement meeting (5 why’s) as needed.QualificationsEDUCATION/QUALIFICATIONS:•Grade 12, or equivalent in experience; excellent leadership and project management skills•Thorough understanding of tooling applications, processes, and equipment. •Knowledge of effective management techniques and methods. ISO, WHMIS, and APQP paperwork training.•Works well in a team environment; ability to motivate and collaborate with others•10 or more years of tool and die /project management experience. •Strong computer design skills, knowledge and abilities; ability to create, edit and understand Excel spreadsheets•Must be adaptable to a changing work environment, ability to prioritize tasks accordinglySummaryApply online or email resume to Brian Roach at brian.roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positons
      Are you a Program Manager with a great Tool and Die background?Are you looking for an opportunity to join a dynamic, growing organization?If so, this could be the opportunity for you?The Program Manager assumes responsibility for reviewing, quoting, planning, organizing, monitoring, and managing all phases of tool and die build projects. •Conducts preliminary review; prepares and submits quotes. Receives notification of intent to award project. Conduct internal kick-off meeting per company standards •Meets with customers and team members to gain understanding and knowledge of projects and to determine tooling requirements, components, materials, technologies, health, safety and security measures.• Successfully monitors project status and adherence to schedules, requirements, and deadlines..• Maintains accurate and complete records during the development process. Ensures related oral and electronic communications regarding project requirements, design changes, problems, solutions, etc. are securely maintained and readily available for review. Responsible for following and updating the ATQP process.•Co-ordinates, records, and implements quality loops per standards as required. Ensures problems are resolved quickly and effectively. Coordinates final customer design review and conducts design validation.• Monitors contracts and manages project budgets. Participates in monthly cost curve review meetings. •Ensures tools are fully functional and meet established project requirements and deadlines. • Ensures final versions of tooling and supporting materials are delivered to customers in a timely manner, and that all dynamic buy-off procedures are followed and completed. • Conducts home line try-out meeting with plant personnel and closing meetings per company standards. • Works to ensure quality service and customer satisfaction with finished products and support services.•Maintains regular contact with plant personnel to obtain or convey information related to the project. •Keeps management informed of projects, area activities, and any significant problems or concerns. •Provides leadership through effective objective setting, delegation, and communication. Conducts meetings to ensure personnel are well informed of project details.•Formulates and implements corrective actions as needed. Keeps accurate, thorough, and legally compliant documentation. Participates and chairs continuous improvement meeting (5 why’s) as needed.AdvantagesAbility to work with a world class organizationQuality and Safety focused organizationCompetitive compensation package, development and trainingResponsibilitiesThe Program Manager assumes responsibility for reviewing, quoting, planning, organizing, monitoring, and managing all phases of tool and die build projects. •Conducts preliminary review; prepares and submits quotes. Receives notification of intent to award project. Conduct internal kick-off meeting per company standards •Meets with customers and team members to gain understanding and knowledge of projects and to determine tooling requirements, components, materials, technologies, health, safety and security measures.• Successfully monitors project status and adherence to schedules, requirements, and deadlines..• Maintains accurate and complete records during the development process. Ensures related oral and electronic communications regarding project requirements, design changes, problems, solutions, etc. are securely maintained and readily available for review. Responsible for following and updating the ATQP process.•Co-ordinates, records, and implements quality loops per standards as required. Ensures problems are resolved quickly and effectively. Coordinates final customer design review and conducts design validation.• Monitors contracts and manages project budgets. Participates in monthly cost curve review meetings. •Ensures tools are fully functional and meet established project requirements and deadlines. • Ensures final versions of tooling and supporting materials are delivered to customers in a timely manner, and that all dynamic buy-off procedures are followed and completed. • Conducts home line try-out meeting with plant personnel and closing meetings per company standards. • Works to ensure quality service and customer satisfaction with finished products and support services.•Maintains regular contact with plant personnel to obtain or convey information related to the project. •Keeps management informed of projects, area activities, and any significant problems or concerns. •Provides leadership through effective objective setting, delegation, and communication. Conducts meetings to ensure personnel are well informed of project details.•Formulates and implements corrective actions as needed. Keeps accurate, thorough, and legally compliant documentation. Participates and chairs continuous improvement meeting (5 why’s) as needed.QualificationsEDUCATION/QUALIFICATIONS:•Grade 12, or equivalent in experience; excellent leadership and project management skills•Thorough understanding of tooling applications, processes, and equipment. •Knowledge of effective management techniques and methods. ISO, WHMIS, and APQP paperwork training.•Works well in a team environment; ability to motivate and collaborate with others•10 or more years of tool and die /project management experience. •Strong computer design skills, knowledge and abilities; ability to create, edit and understand Excel spreadsheets•Must be adaptable to a changing work environment, ability to prioritize tasks accordinglySummaryApply online or email resume to Brian Roach at brian.roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positons

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