New Job Wood Products Production Worker In Saskatchewan
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Wood Products Production Worker
Company : Saskatchewan Abilities Council
Salary : $19.12–$23.36 an hour
Location : Saskatchewan
When applying, please include competition number 2023-109-PFR-02 in the email subject line.
Duties and responsibilities:
Under the direction of the Senior Supervisor, the successful applicant will perform production duties and may assist in the coordination and delivery of training to program clients.
- Performing production activities and operating production machinery including Mitre saws, up cut saws, table saw, air-nailers, pallet jacks, multi rip saw, banding machines, and material handling equipment.
- Assisting in job planning, supervision and delegation of duties to area clients.
- Ensuring area procedures are followed to ensure product quality, production efficiency and safe working conditions.
- Shipping and receiving materials
- Assisting with inventory counts.
- Performing production activities and operating production machinery in additional Training Centre Departments as required.
- Other duties as assigned by Supervisor or Senior Supervisor.
- Grade 12 diploma or equivalent.
- Industrial, mechanical and/or woodworking experience.
- Forklift operator’s certificate and WHMIS certification are considered assets.
- Strong interpersonal skills and a desire to work effectively with individuals experiencing disabilities.
- Strong math and communication skills.
Final Candidates are required to provide satisfactory criminal record checks including a vulnerable sector search.
Submit resume, cover letter and references to:
Operations Manager, Saskatoon Branch
SaskAbilities, 1410 Kilburn Avenue
Saskatoon, SK S7M 0J8
For position-specific questions, please contact the above. Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
SaskAbilities is an inclusive organization, welcoming individuals of all abilities. We believe in workplace diversity and we do not discriminate in our employee selection. Race, colour, disability, religion, gender, national origin or sexual orientation does not play a role in our hiring decisions.