Pressing operator – 20/Hr


Are you someone looking to build machine operating experience and grow with a Reputable Manufacturing Company! We have an opening for an Afternoon Pressing operator role in Mississauga.

Job Title: Pressing operator / Machine operator

Shift times:
Morning Shift:
6 am to 4.30 pm ( Monday to Thursday)


Kennedy Rd S- Derry Road E, Mississauga, ON

PPE required:
Safety Shoes
Face Masks

Potential for permanent hire
Thorough training provided, with an opportunity to further develop your skills in other departments
Benefits after 6 months of probation:
Health & Dental
Paid Days and Paid Sick Days
Growth Opportunities
Stable work environment with equal leadership development and career growth opportunities

Pull the rolls of conveyor belts on the table (Mesh and PTFE)
Search database to retrieve drawings and work orders
Load the rolls in the machine
Cut the rolls as per the requirement of the client
Stitch the pieces using the sewing machine
Use the heat press machine to press the belt to get fine edges in the end

General mechanical skills
General computer skills
Tape measure and mathematical skills
Ability to stand long hours
Ability to lift weight of up to 50 lbs.
Ability to read client order requirements in English
This position will involve physical work
Available to work Monday to Thursday- 6 am to 4.30 pm

If you or anyone you know is interested in this Machine Operator Role in Mississauga — APPLY THROUGH THIS POSTING!

You may also email your resume with Subject: Pressing operator / Machine operator

Looking forward to hearing from you!

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