Référence de l’offre: INTCLE01/17-441675
Date : 13/01/2017
6 BOULANGER-BAKER – PRODUCTION WORKERS
The production worker would be assigned a variety of different tasks and would report directly to the Production Manager / Supervisors while taking specific direction including coaching/training and mentoring throughout the shift from a Level II or III Production Worker.
The various tasks performed by the Level II Production Worker include:
– Oven Operator
– Bread Divider Operator
– Hearth Bagger Operator KLR
– Muffin Bagger Operator
– Muffin Divider Operator
– Roll Divider Operator
Additionally the Level II Production Worker should be able to do (if required) tasks performed by Level I Production Workers which include:
– Bread Bagger / Packer
– Bread Pan Feeder
– Hearth Bagger Packer KLR
– Roll Bagger / Scrambler
– Roll Line Racker
– Roll Pan / Feeder
– Muffin Bagger Packer
Note: It is an expectation that a Level II Production Worker is to recognize and understand overall production requirements. Another expectation is to assume more responsibilities by coaching/training and mentoring Level I Production Workers.
Level II Production Workers must be willing and adaptable to learn new skills, knowledge and technology. For example, all Level II’s must be familiar with the operation of screens and programs of Toolbox.
A logical career or job progression would be to learn and eventually take on the tasks of the Level III Production Worker.
Work place : CANADA
Number of available positions : 6
Degrees : HIGH SCHOOL
Background experience : Experience required/ 10 years of Production, Bread Production, Baking.
Sex : Indifferent
English : Fluent
Contract : CDD
Duration contract : 2 years
Salary : $17.00 cad / hourly – $35,360 cad yearly CAD /month
Transportation : No
Accommodation : No
Meals : No
Flight ticket : No
Indoor industrial work setting
Overtime may be required for two main reasons. First of all, product must continually flow through production to meet production levels/customer demand; and secondly, product is produced on a daily basis and since the product is perishable with a short shelf life, it may require the need to work longer during a work shift.
Shift time may have variable hours given the nature of the business and the need to respond quickly to customer orders
Requires physical exertion including standing for long periods of time; may be required to lift heavy items
Immigration process (Work permit application, Immigration fees) is covered by the employer. Payment Advance is available (to cover first month expenses such as rent and groceries), Airport pickups, Settlement and Integration (assistance finding housing, setting up bank accounts, obtaining social insurance number), Alberta health care.
Terms: Shift work, Full time, 40 hours per week, Overtime
To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org your full Resume with updated contact information, including your full address and current cell phone number, as well as a good time to call you.