We are hiring a Millwright for our client’s fully cooked meat processing plant in Mississauga, ON. The successful candidate will play an integral role within the company performing preventative, routine and breakdown maintenance on all equipment. This is a great opportunity to join a company that’s been in business for over 50 years. They very much value and invest in their employees and have a low staff turnover, with many employees working for the company for several years. If you have questions, give us a call 1-855-733-7325 (RED)-(SEAL) or text 647-484-0311. To apply, submit your resume online today!
Located an hour’s drive west of Toronto, Mississauga, ON is Canada’s 6th most-populated municipality and enjoys the status of Canada’s safest city 8 years running. It boasts all amenities desired from a multicultural population, from a superior public transportation, schools, shopping, and is home to the Toronto Pearson Airport. Notably it also is part of the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail, a 780 km waterfront trail all the way from Niagara-on-the-Lake to the Quebec border. If you’re lucky enough to be there mid-May, you’ll catch the highly anticipated festival Carassauga, the second largest cultural festival in Canada.
Benefits: Great benefits package.
Shifts: 10×4 schedule 9pm-7am (Mon-Thur) and/or 7am-3:30pm (Mon-Fri). Flexibility to work various shifts is required.
Education: Red Seal or Journeyperson’s Millwright certificate required, 433A.
- Preference will be given to those who have previous experience in the food industry and or manufacturing environment.
- Preference given to those with electrical knowledge, specifically working on electrical control panels and PLC troubleshooting.
- Experience with hydraulics / schematics would be highly desirable.
Skills and Abilities:
- Excellent communication skills.
- Driven, capable to work well with minimal supervision.
- Able to work well in a small team environment.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Perform repairs and preventative maintenance on processing equipment.
- Training of production staff on setup, trouble shooting and running of plant equipment.
- Use computerized maintenance management system.
- Problem solving and troubleshooting as needed.