Production Operator – Miller – Afternoon Shift


Temporary afternoon shift – The Production Operator/ Miller will be responsible for working on the production line and the operation of equipment for various products. This is a food manufacturing facility with an amazing culture and environment. Please don’t miss out on reading the perks of the job below!

What’s in it for you?
It’s a fantastic clean temperature controlled environment
$18.00 hourly to start
Afternoon shift – M-F 3:30pm-11:30pm
Bus stop directly in front of the facility

What will you be doing?
*Operate and attend to manual and automated equipment in the production process operation.
*Feed the line processors with packaging as needed.
*Responsible for maintaining specified temperatures, weights, run speeds and quality requirements.
*Handling raw materials and ensuring an appropriate mixing process.
*Picking, packing, receiving and restocking product.
*Ensure all equipment is operated according to equipment manufacturers instructions, and safety guidelines are followed.
*Participate in educational and training opportunities applicable to the position.
*Other duties shall be assigned as required.

What does it require?
-Experience with packaging line equipment (Capping, labelling or case forming machines) considered an asset
-Experience working with computerized Food Manufacturing Machinery (an asset)
-Grade 12 diploma
-2 work references

How to apply :
(1) Apply to this job ad
(2) Send your resume to Lauren at or Alessandra at
(3) Contact us at the London Randstad branch at: 519-679-0058
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