A reputable textile factory is currently recruiting some machine operators to expand their business and facilitate production. Qualified and experienced candidates are requested to apply with the required documents as soon as possible.
Anyone who has a work permit and can legally work in Canada can apply for this position. If you do not have a work permit and are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your application.
Factory workers generally work in production units. They share responsibility for the production of the final products that their factory makes. Their main duties include performing minor tasks, maintaining a clean work environment, and meeting a minimum production quantity set by their supervisor or employer.
Typical factory workers in Canada manufacture products in large quantities. Factory workers may be required to work in shifts, such as first, second, or third shifts.
As the workload in a factory increases, workers may be required to work additional time. Factory workers have the option of working part-time or full-time. They generally work on a production floor or in a warehouse.
Machine operators set up, operate and maintain machines, usually in a manufacturing plant. They are responsible for ensuring that the machine produces high-quality products, runs smoothly and at full capacity, and is properly maintained. Education and training requirements depend on the type of machine.
Education and training requirements depend on the type of machine. Most machine operator positions require a high school diploma. Machine operators usually have strong attention to detail, good math skills, and are excellent team workers.
Belleville, Ontario Canada
Full time -Evening, night, shift, overtime, early morning
06:00 to 14:00
No degree, certificate or diploma
Validation of the job
This job posting is valid until February 9, 2021.
Investigate machine breakdowns
Inspect products for defects and ensure quality standards are met
Operate and feed a variety of machines
Notify supervisors or mechanics of equipment malfunctions
Yarn and fiber type
- Setting up machines for operation
- Starting machines and making adjustments to machines when necessary to improve performance
- Operate machines and equipment according to instructions
- Troubleshooting problems and performing maintenance
- Perform quality control checks, follow reporting and record keeping procedures, and report problems to supervisor
- Comply with all health and safety regulations
- Clean machines and maintain cleanliness of work area
Working conditions and physical abilities
- Manual dexterity
- Attention to detail
- Ability to distinguish between colors
- Combination of sitting, standing and walking
- Ability to follow written and verbal instructions
- Ability to work as part of a team
- Willingness to work shifts (late or early shifts, weekends, and overtime as needed)
- Ability to lift heavy equipment, stoop, and stand or walk for extended periods of time
- Ability to work in a team
- Well organized
- Employment Groups
This job opportunity promotes equal opportunity for all applicants, including those who self-identify as members of the following groups: Native Americans, Immigrants to Canada, Veterans, Visible Minorities, Youth.
Method of Application
Apply by email or by mail (send your cover letter and information to the address below).
35 Dussek St Belleville, Ontario Canada K8N 5R9