production worker in ancaster

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job type
temporary
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job details

posted
location
ancaster, ontario
job category
Industrial Support
job type
temporary
reference number
2204944STFEN

job description

Are you a production worker ready to take on a new career challenge? Join the team at one of Canada’s leading automotive manufacturers in Ancaster! Enjoy working with a successful team in a safe environment. This is your chance to work for a forward-thinking manufacturing company that puts employees first. This is a great opportunity for production workers who are looking for a longer term opportunity. The ideal candidate will have some experience in the manufacturing industry. If you have experience doing quality checks, or loading and unloading product, you’d be a great fit for this role.

Location:
Ancaster Business Park

Shifts Available:
Day shift (7am-3pm)
Afternoon Shift (3pm - 11pm)
Night Shift (11pm-7am)

Pay Rate:
$17.50- $18.00/Hr
*$.50 premium is added after 6 months

Responsibilities
- Working in a team environment on a production floor
- Loading automotive parts onto a furnace
- Lifting up to 30lbs
- Checking parts for defects or flaws
- Maintaining a safe working environment

Advantages
- Weekly pay plus 4% vacation pay
- Full time hours with the opportunity for overtime
- Customized benefits starting on day one
- Convenient Ancaster location with free parking or on bus route 44 Rymal
- Paid breaks

Qualifications
- Must have CSA approved safety shoes
- The desire for a long term opportunity
- At least 3 months production experience required
- Must be available to work mandatory OT on Saturdays unless otherwise posted

Thank you for applying to be a production worker in Ancaster. We’ll review your application and connect shortly if you’re a good fit. Good luck!

Are you interested in discussing this production role in more detail? Call/text Casey at 289.775.2812

Casey,
Fady


Randstad Canada
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