Cells Production Worker

CELL PRODUCTION WORKERS (Winnipeg, Manitoba)

Are you a reliable and motivated individual who pays high attention to detail? If so, we’re looking for Cell Production Workers for this manufacturer of high-efficiency ventilation equipment in the East Kildonan area of Winnipeg. If you’re looking for a position with an opportunity to grow within the company, then we want to hear from you!

WHAT YOU WILL DO:
* Operating a variety of automatic or semi-automatic machines used in production
* Feeding sheet metal into the machine to shape metal according to specifications
* Spot welding as required
* Maintaining tools and equipment as required
* Other duties as necessary

MUST HAVES:
* Ability to calculate basic mathematical equations
* Ability to use and read a tape measure (imperial)
* Steel-toed work boots
* Ability to lift 30 – 50 lbs

ADDITIONAL INFO:
* $14.25 per hour for day shift – 6:30 am to 3:00 pm
* $14.75 per hour for the evening shift – 3:15 pm to 11:45 pm
* Must be flexible to work days and evenings when needed
* Temporary position to start, but the potential for permanent hire if the right candidate

APPLY NOW!
Please send a resume (Word format preferred) quoting job number 17863 to Marlon Persaud at mpersaud@pinnacle.jobs.

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Location:

Winnipeg, MB

Job type: Full-time

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