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Full time
Georgetown, ON
2019.09.20
2019.10.04

Georgetown Terminal Warehouses is looking for Warehouse Associates to join their team.
 

Typical Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Pick and pack product orders on behalf of our clients, in accordance with established service levels
  • Diligently handle customer returns to ensure product is maintained in saleable condition and inputting return information into computer system to generate accurate customer credits information
  • Warehouse experience operating equipment is an asset
  • shrink wrapping projects, price stickering of product, building and filling product displays and refurbishment of product for resaleAdditional tasks include re-stocking product for resale, performing physical inventory counts,


Knowledge/ Skills/ Abilities Desired:
 

  • Previous warehouse experience preferred, but not essential
  • Must be computer literate
  • Ability to perform physically demanding work involving some lifting of product up to 40lbs.
  • Must be comfortable standing for long periods of time.
  • Detail oriented with the ability to follow processes, procedures and direction to meet productivity goals
  • Natural tendency to strive for accuracy, quality and safety
  • Help maintain a safe and clean work environment

Working Conditions:
Safe, clean environment with exposure to warehouse physical elements such as machinery noise, dust and temperature variances
Stable weekday hours with some required overtime during periods of high volumes

 

Wage range for someone with experience and/or certification with a ride-on walkie (this is not a forklift) is $15-$16/hr.

Entry level Warehouse Associates with no experience operating moving equipment, the wage is $14/hr. 
 

Hours for everyone are Monday-Friday from 8:00am-4:30pm. Reliability is important, as is the ability to lift up to 40 pounds regularly throughout the day.
 

To apply, please contact your Employment Specialist  

Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre For Skills office Location to schedule an appointment to register with an Employment Specialist.

·         Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140

·         Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101

·         Milton: 905-693-8458 x101

·         Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101

 

 


Post ID: JD074
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: jamiedallan@centreforskills.ca
Part time
Milton and the surrounding areas
2019.09.20
2019.10.04

Join our green cleaning team!  

Sparkling Green Cleaning Services is looking for a part-time House Cleaner to join our team.  

  • part-time and weekday hours only – no evenings or weekends  

  • work is located in Milton and the surrounding areas  

  • we offer paid, ongoing training  

  • we offer paid travel time between customers’ houses  

  • we offer flexible schedules  

  • • we offer an opportunity for advancement  

  • all our cleaning supplies are safe and healthy, no chemicals are used to clean our customers’ homes!  

The fitting candidate will have a passion for cleaning and be thorough, meticulous and detail-oriented in the service that they provide. Dependability and trustworthiness are of utmost importance. Prior cleaning experience is preferred but not required.  

To apply, please contact your Employment Advisor 

Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre For Skills office Location to schedule an appointment to register with an Employment Advisor.

         Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
·         Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
·         Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
·         Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101

 


Post ID:
Hours: Part time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: jamie.dallan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington and GTA
2019.09.20
2019.09.30
We're a Fitness retail company that serves the greater Toronto area.

Looking for a delivery crew member to drive a cube truck or van to deliver and assemble fitness equipment in Residential and Commercial Settings. As well as working in a warehouse setting; receiving product, loading and unloading the trucks, maintaining a clean work space.

Required: Must have a G licensee. (we provide company vehicles for daily use to do the installations).
Ideally, we are looking to fill two positions - a delivery team lead and a helper. )
Produce a clean drivers abstract.
Able to complete a police background check.

Looking for employees that are able to work independently, take direction, can adapt to change, and able to follow a schedule. Punctuality is key.

Flaman Fitness is committed to customer satisfaction. We provide the highest quality equipment and the widest selection, backed by the expertise of a dedicated, knowledgeable and courteous staff.

Typically a shift would be 9am-6pm Mon-Fri, this varies day to day to do work volume, traffic, etc.

Salary: $32000-$38000 Annually

Benefits are offered after 3 months of employment.

Both Roles will require a valid G license. There is the odd time that the helper will be on their own doing a drop off. The wages would remain the same at first, however based on performance and leadership qualities displayed we may choose to promote one of the candidates to a delivery team lead. If we find the right person and that happens, it would have a slight pay increase and is just more of a leadership role in charge of delegating tasks to the other installations team member.

3300 Fairview street unit 2 in Burlington, ON.

To apply, please contact your Employment Advisor;
Non-registered applicants, please email your resume to burlingtonweb@centreforskills.ca using the Post ID number above.

Thank you!
Post ID: LM318
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: clarksonweb@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Toronto, ON
2019.09.19
2019.10.02
DUTIES
  • Responsible for the successful implementation of internal marketing, communication, and media strategies for COSTI programs and events, and supports the execution of agency and partner marketing and advertising campaigns, including the production of radio, print, television, and electronic/social media public awareness campaigns. 
  • Designs, develops, prepares, and manages production of print and electronic communications, publications, and marketing materials for agency programs and services; including social media content, newsletters, brochures, flyers, fundraising and other promotional materials, in collaboration with other communications staff. Reviews and endorses marketing materials produced in-house to ensure output is consistent with agency brand standards. Supports agency brand identity in all aspects including monitoring of logo, messaging, content distribution and other key elements. 
  • Monitors internal and external resources to execute on different aspects of COSTI’s communications efforts including social media, graphic design, web maintenance, and promotion and events; effectively engaging target audiences. 
  • Responsible for implementing internal agency events and special functions, including but not limited to the Annual United Way Employee Campaign, Golf Tournament and Program/Servicespecific events. Chairs Agency Special Events Committee and works with management staff and committee members to ensure consistent and successful implementation agency-wide. Writes, designs, prepares, and distributes event materials including fact sheets, news releases, media advisories, annual reports, event displays, speaker and media kits, etc. 
  • Identifies and assists with engaging strategic partners, donors, members, corporate partners; develops and maintains positive working relationships with broad-based media and other stakeholders; assists the Director of Marketing & Communications on annual marketing & communications plans. 
  • Establishes relationships with media; solicits and negotiates advertising and editorial space including media event sponsorship; media buys, and administers list plans for all event, print, email and social medial promotions. Works with management and administrative teams in implementing program-specific media planning and outreach awareness campaigns, including advertising and direct marketing promotional activities. 
  • Works with the Development Office in the delivery of agency fundraising programs and events; and ensures maintenance of all records for corporate fundraising programs, including donor data base and solicitation records. 
  • Oversees, creates and updates content for website, social media platforms and intranet content. 
  • Provides communications and public relations support to the Communications and Development Offices and assists in the development and implementation of special projects. Drafts acknowledgement letters and generates donor reports; organizes mailings for all public relations and fundraising material.  
  • Assists in the recruitment and training of volunteers committed to corporate events and fundraising initiatives.
QUALIFICATIONS
 
  • Post-secondary degree or community college diploma in Communications, Marketing, or equivalent.  Three years related marketing and communications experience (previous work experience in non-profit fundraising environment is an asset), with proven ability in maintenance of efficient communications office operations, including information management. 
  • Two years related experience in media relations and web design, content management, and written content for websites and social media platforms. 
  • Previous experience in coordinating special events an asset. 
  • Typing skills: minimum 55 words per minute. 
  • Demonstrated advanced knowledge and understanding of web design, structure, position, and search engines; including website administration, editing and writing, working with content management systems; and editing tools such as HMTL. 
  • Demonstrated experience working with Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, or other design and publishing software. 
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Word; HTML; Adobe Photoshop; and/or knowledge of various fundraising software systems and donor database theory an asset. 
  • Demonstrated ability to produce high-end multimedia presentations. 
  • Demonstrated strong verbal and written communication skills, copyediting and research skills. 
  • Experience working with printers, web and graphic designers, and other external suppliers. 
  • Experience with coordinating social media and website management tools Content Management Systems, opt-in email services, and social media management tools. 
  • Excellent planning, organizational and time management skills, with particular emphasis on attention to detail. 
  • Demonstrated success in contributing to effective teamwork, coupled with the ability to work independently, make decisions, and respond to multiple priorities and to meet deadlines successfully, under pressure; experience in coordinating projects with multiple internal and external stakeholders. 
  • Ability to speak and write in French is an asset. 
  • Willingness to work flexible hours. 
  • Car is mandatory.
Please note that a written and technical assessment will be administered to demonstrate both written and planning skills as well as proficiency with desktop publishing applications, MS Office applications, design and Outlook at an advanced level.

“We thank all applicants for their interest in COSTI. However, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. No telephone inquiries please.”
 
COSTI encourages applications from individuals reflecting the diversity of our community. COSTI is committed to fair and accessible employment practices and when requested,  will make reasonable effort to accommodate people with disabilities during  the recruitment and assessment processes when filling positions.


LOCATION:    1710 Dufferin Street, Toronto 
START DATE:   October 14, 2019
STARTING SALARY RANGE: $58,043 to $64,900 per annum + Benefits
POSTING DATE:   September 18, 2019  
CLOSING DATE:   October 2, 2019
 
Qualified candidates are invited to submit their resumes and cover letters,  quoting reference #97-19, to:
 
Manager, Staffing and Orientation COSTI Immigrant Services
1710 Dufferin Street Toronto, Ontario M6E 3P2
Email: resumes@costi.org Fax: 416.658.8537

Post ID: #97-19
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: resumes@costi.org
Full time
Milton, ON
2019.09.19
2019.10.19

Fraser Direct is growing third-party logistics and distribution company based in Milton.  They are looking for some Picker & Packers for their afternoon shift: Weekdays, Afternoons (Mon to Thurs, 3:30pm - 12:30am. Fri 3:30pm - 8:30pm)

 

Wage: $14/hr
 

The role of a Picker and Packer is to select the right products and package them carefully to send out to customers. If you've ever ordered something online, Pickers and Packers are the people that get your order to you! Most of the products we have are small, individual units (this position is floor picking with a cart, not a Forklift or Order Picker position). It is light general labour in nature, but the ability to be moving and on your feet is always required in a Warehouse.

If you are a fast-moving go-getter who likes to stay busy, we want to work with you! We hustle to get our orders out the door, but we also like to have fun along the way. If you like to work with your hands and get satisfaction from seeing a job well done, you will enjoy this position.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Pick and scan small items with a handheld device (RF Scanner) and place them with the correct order label
  • Deliver complete orders with the correct label to the designated area for packaging
  • Ensure orders are picked accurately, escalating any questions or concerns
  • Perform a QA check to ensure orders are correct and complete
  • Package orders as specified by the client, ensuring the finished product will meet customers' expectations
  • Apply appropriate labels to finished orders
  • Communicate with teammates and/or team leader regarding high-priority (RUSH) orders or orders with special requirements
  • Meet hourly productivity expectations for order fulfillment
  • Perform inventory maintenance, including cycle counts on pick locations, as assigned
  • All other duties as assigned


SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Previous Warehouse experience an asset
  • RF scanner (handheld) experience an asset
  • Ability to move with purpose and keep up in a fast paced environment
  • Must be thorough and accurate. Strong attention to detail required for Quality Assurance purposes
  • Accountable and dependable
  • Strong respect for health & safety


PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF JOB:

  • Warehouse environment, highly QA controlled and very clean. Ambient temperature.
  • Ability to safety use a pump truck and box cutter
  • Ability to withstand long periods of standing
  • Ability to lift or move heavy objects (up to 30- 50 lb) if necessary
  • Ability to stand, bend, and walk around throughout the day
  • CSA-approved safety shoes required


To apply, please contact your Employment Specialist

Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre For Skills office Location to schedule an appointment to register with an Employment Specialist.

·        Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140

·        Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101

·        Milton: 905-693-8458 x101

·        Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101


Post ID: JD079
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: jamie.dallan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON.
2019.09.19
2019.10.18
The Machine Assembly - Mechanical is a member of the Production Team. Primary responsibility is to ensure the production plan, as outlined by the supervisor, is followed. Ensures that the machine assembly processes are effective and efficient.
 
Duties And Responsibilities
• Follow production drawings, build summaries and assembly instruction sheets, or receives verbal instructions regarding duties to be performed
• Work closely with other departments with respect to design, build, and trouble-shooting of prototype machines
• Use cutting tools, equipment and hand and power tools to accomplish assembly tasks
• Use a variety of measuring instruments and devices as well as material handling devices
• Plan and layout assembly sequence and procedures for specified parts
• Assemble components and subassemblies
• Visually inspect parts for obvious defects, damage, cracks, burrs or missing features
• Report all machining or design errors and improper part fits to supervisor so that the problems can be addressed
• Maintain good work habits and demonstrate good work ethic
• Perform other duties or temporary jobs as may be assigned due to changing workloads and manpower requirements
• Perform inspections of assemblies and subassemblies during the building of the machines, and a complete inspection of the machines prior to commissioning

 
Qualifications
• Technical degree and/or demonstrate related equivalent experience in machine assembly
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

 
Preferred Or Desired Skills
• Problem Solving - Looks beyond the obvious and doesn't stop at the first answers; Uses rigorous logic and methods to solve difficult problems with effective solutions; Probes all fruitful sources for answers, can see hidden problems and is excellent at honest analysis

 
Working Conditions
• Shop floor environment, around machinery
• Overtime shifts as required
• Must be able to operate in all areas of the plant

 
Physical Requirements
• Must be able to operate in all areas of the Plant
• Ability to climb, walk, light lifting etc.

Post ID: HC-323
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2019.09.18
2019.10.11
Axiz Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinics are currently looking for a Clinic Receptionist and Office Administrator. The office is busy and our requirement is someone who can perform Office duties and have the following requirements:
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Multi-tasking skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Confidence to work independently
  • Professional attitude
  • Punctuality

The ideal candidate should also have the following experience:
  • Customer relations
  • Filing
  • Data entry
  • Phone communication
  • MS Office
The candidate may also be required to work Saturdays.
Post ID: HC-319
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Hemant.Chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington, ON
2019.09.18
2019.10.18
OBJECTIVE
Working in a team environment, Electronic Assemblers produce high quality electronic and electro-mechanical controls using hand insertion techniques and automated equipment.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education:
• O.S.S.G.D. (or equivalent).
• Solder training, certificate or courses would be a definite asset.
• Quality systems training, certificate or courses (eg. ISO 9000, TS16949) would be an asset.

Experience:
• Previous manufacturing or related experience including soldering is desirable.
Knowledge/Skills:
• Good interpersonal and communication skills are required to work as a cohesive member of the manufacturing group.
• Ability to work in a fast paced, customer driven environment.
• Ability to read and work from drawings and specifications.
• Solder technique skills would be a definite asset.
• Manual dexterity and an aptitude for intricate hand work.
• Quality conscious, takes pride in workmanship.
• General knowledge of electronic components is an asset.
• Data Entry Skills, proficient in MS Excel and Word.
• Attention to Detail is essential.
• Display enthusiasm and positive approach to work.
• Desire to work as a contributing member of the manufacturing team.

Physical Requirements
• Hand assembly of physically small electronic components into circuit boards.
• Minimal lifting (9 lbs. to 37 lbs.) is required periodically. Team lifting (i.e. two or more employees) is mandatory to lift over 37 lbs.
• Minimal bending (eg. downwards to retrieve or store product into bin).
• Standing is required on designated workstations (eg. auto insertion equipment, testers, and packaging stations).

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Hand insert electronic components into printed circuit boards/electronic controls achieving quality and volume standards.
2. Operate production equipment such as automatic insertion equipment, solder wave and spray coater, as per established company guidelines and safety regulations.
3. Hand solder joints on assembly products where required.
4. Perform semi-automated testing of finished products.
5. Adhere to quality standards and system requirements (eg. ISO 9000, TS16949).
6. Perform limited, machine set-up or changeover and assist in the maintenance of existing equipment, conducting daily and/or weekly preventative maintenance.
7. Efficient, timely and accurate production information entry and compiling of information such as; score cards and labour tickets, into assigned databases.
8. Demonstrate progression and achievement of assembly skills training (work performance, job training, equipment knowledge, skills attainment).
9. Practice safety as per the Occupational Health and Safety Act and company policy.
10. Contribute to the continual improvement philosophy.
11. Contribute to a positive team environment within the Gentherm organization.
12. Other responsibilities, functions, duties and projects as assigned by the Team Leaders and Manufacturing Manager.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT
Shift work (i.e. days, afternoons, nights) is a condition of employment upon hire. Extended hours (overtime) may be required due to changing customer orders, etc. Job rotation to various stations and plant areas is required. ESD labcoats and safety glasses with built-in side shields and hearing protection are required within designated areas. Some production processes utilize hazardous materials and personal protective equipment is required. Company specific WHMIS training is provided.

Available shifts are 7am-3pm, 3pm-11pm and 11pm-7am.
Post ID: HV
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Hector.Vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Part time
Oakville, ON
2019.09.18
2019.10.17
Position Summary:
The Personal Support Worker provides personal care services to clients and assists clients with the activities of daily living. 
 
Duties May Include, but are not limited to:
• Providing personal care service according to directions on an established care plan • Perform specialized, client specific procedures for which recognized training will be provided.
• Observe and document client conditions
• Understands and implements infection prevention practices.
• Participate in ongoing internal and/or external continuing education activities.
• Complete other tasks as requested.
 
As a member of our Care Team you will enjoy: 
• Self-driven flexible work schedule 
• Competitive compensation 
• Health insurance coverage/benefits 
• Internal rewards 
• Unique employee recognition program

Education
Personal Support Worker certificate and/or Nursing students with proof of current enrolment within a Nursing program.

Experience
New graduate are welcome to apply as full orientation and training is provided.
 
Other Skills and Abilities
Ability to communicate verbally and in writing in either English.  Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to work independently and as part of a team; able to travel locally from assignment to assignment.   
Post ID: HC-319
Hours: Part time
Status: Temporary
How to apply: Hemant.Chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2019.09.18
2019.10.16
We are seeking a CSR (Customer Service Representative) /Accounting Clerk to manage our AP/AR and PERIODIC accounting related needs. Also as a CSR you will answer phones and engage with customers. You will assist in processing work orders and quoting.

You must speak and write proficiently in English.
Preferably, you are acquainted with BV or SIMPLY ACCOUNTING or similar accounting software. 
We will provide training if you have previous accounting experience and understand basics of accounting and inputs. This is a basic accounting position as we utilize outside accountants for our year end.
Candidates with Simply Accounting full knowledge will be considered first but we are flexible if you are proficient in similar programs.

Duties:
• Fills orders by transferring orders to fulfillment; communicating expected delivery date; explaining stock-outs
• Develops accounts by checking customer's buying history; suggesting related and new items; explaining technical features
• Updates job knowledge by studying new product descriptions
• Being proactive in responding to & following up on sales leads
• Work with outside sales rep to provide all aspects of customer service and support

Skills / Qualifications:
• Computer proficiency (Outlook Express, Internet Explorer, Ms Word/Excel & ability to learn new software quickly)
• Data Entry Skills
• Strong organization skills and ability to multitask
• Motivation for Sales
• Time management and problem solving skills
• Exceptional Communication skills – both written and verbal
• Knowledge of cutting tools or willingness to learn extensive product knowledge

Candidates please prepare to answer the following questions:
• How many years of Accounting experience do you have?
• How many years of AP/Accounts Receivable experience do you have?
• How many years of CSR experience do you have?
• How many years of CUTTING TOOL experience do you have?
• How many years of Excel test experience do you have?
• How many years of SAGE BUSINESS VISION experience do you have?
Post ID: HC-319
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Hemant.Chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Halton Hills, ON
2019.09.18
2019.10.18
Metrie is opening a *Brand new, state-of-the-art, 200,000 sq. ft. Distribution Facility* in Halton Hills (Fantastic location on the Milton border at the highly visible intersection of Highway 401 & James Snow Parkway!)

We are hiring for a variety of Warehouse Associate positions and shifts:

• Order Selector
o Day Shift: Monday – Thursday, 6:00 am – 4:30 pm
o Evening Shift: Monday – Thursday, 4:00 pm – 2:30 am
o Weekend Shift: Friday – Sunday, 6:00 am – 6:00 pm

• Light Production
o Day Shift: Monday – Friday, 6:00 am – 2:30 pm
o Evening Shift: Monday – Thursday, 2:30 pm – 1:00 am

• Woodworking (Carpentry or Cabinetry Skills)
o Day Shift: Monday – Friday, 6:00 am – 2:30 pm

• Replenishment
o Day Shift: Monday – Friday, 6:00 am – 2:30 pm
• Cycle Counting/ Inventory Management
o Day Shift: Monday – Friday, 6:00 am – 2:30 pm

What you bring:
• The ability to perform physical work and lift up to 50lbs
• 1 or more years warehouse or similar experience
• Experience with warehouse equipment and conveyances, previous material handling equipment experience an asset
• Solid work ethic
• Positive attitude
• Team player mentality
• Strong communication skills

What you’ll get:
• Competitive Wage
• Profit Sharing
• Flexible Benefits – Medical, Dental, and Life
• 5% RRSP Matching Program
• Employee Discount
• Safety Boot Reimbursement
• Learning & Development Culture

HOW TO APPLY:

All applicants will be invited to take an online pre-selection assessment. Successful candidates will then be invited to a pre-scheduled interview at our Hiring Event.
When applying, please indicate your shift and/or position preferences in the body of your email.
Don’t miss your opportunity to be a part of the Metrie team and apply now!

Metrie embraces diversity. We are an equal opportunity employer and invite any and all qualified applicants. We are pleased to accommodate individual needs in accordance with the Accessibility of Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, within our recruitment process. If you require accommodation at any time throughout the recruitment process, please contact Human Resources.
Post ID: HV
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Oakville, ON
2019.09.18
2019.10.15
Do you like working in a team environment?

We are looking for individuals that are hardworking, eager to learn, and motivated to be successful to join our team! Our digital department is currently looking for L.E.D. Sign Assemblers to work on all aspects of building our LED digital billboards. From working with aluminum extrusions to build the frames to the basic wiring of the electronic components that make up the digital displays.

Benefits offered after 3 months, company pays 50%. Dental, Health, Life Insurance, AD&D and Long Term Disability included in the plan. Also after 3 months, RRSP through Manulife, the company matches up to $1200.00 Annually You will have the ability to learn multiple skills and we reward hard work!

We have 3 shifts available:
Day Shift: – 7:00am-3:30pm
Afternoon Shift 3:30pm-12:00am

Media Resources is a fast growing Digital Manufacturing company and with that comes a fast pace environment.
Please apply if you are looking for an exciting role with lots of possibilities of growing within our great company.

Required education:
  • Working with aluminum extrusion or metalwork would be an asset but not a must.
  • Experience with basic hand tools such as Drills, rivet guns and screwdrivers is required.
  • Safety Boots Required.  Gloves, Safety Glasses and hearing protection is provided where needed.

Post ID: HV
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Hector.Vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington, ON
2019.09.18
2019.10.15
Purpose:
Assemble wiring harnesses according to the schematic drawing provided.

Production Duties:
• Assemble wiring harnesses according to the schematic drawing provided
• Cut cable of various gauges using tools provided
• Strip wire of various gauges using either hand stripper tool or electric stripping machine
• Solder wires to terminals and connectors
• Crimp contacts onto wire using hand crimper or pneumatic tool as specified
• Use heat gun to apply heat shrink to cable
• Print and applying identification labels
• Check drawing before assembly
• Assemble all types of production cables
• Write Manufacture Procedures for cables
• Correctly complete required and applicable production forms (electronic or hard-copy), documents, etc and ensure proper storage and easy retrieval.
• Work as a team to assist other technicians when required.
• Complete inspections in accordance with the Quality procedures established, Including all record keeping as per company policy.
• Quality inspection on receiving as required.
• Other related duties as required or assigned.
• May involve some heavy lifting as required.

Other Duties:
• Identifies health and safety concerns and present the information/concern to your direct Supervisor or Manager
• Follows the company’s health and safety practices and policies at all times
• Notify your direct Supervisor or Manager if training (or retraining) is required or if a required certification is coming due
• To be punctual and ready for work – (refer to the Company’s Human Resources Policies)
• To be ready for work with all appropriate equipment – (refer to the Company’s Health and Safety Manual)
• Ensure that product packaging is done in accordance with the Company’s work standard and that all applicable inspections are done thoroughly and proof
of inspection is noted in the appropriate document/system (i.e. electronic or via signature)
• Ensure all personnel adhere to company procedures for the safeguarding of Controlled Goods, and advise management of any deficiencies, or breaches.

Skills/Qualifications:
• Crimping, Soldering, Stripping and Cutting Cable
• Problem-solving skills (i.e. identify problem causes; determine steps to resolve; assess solution)
• Knowledge and practical experience with computer systems (i.e. Excel, Word)
• Communicate clearly, strong listening skills and ability to follow instructions

Educational/Experience Requirements:
• High School diploma
• Electronics Technology background and education an asset.
• Aptitude Test
• Suitable job related experience
Post ID: HV
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Toronto, ON
2019.09.18
The company: Kids Cuisine Santé is francophone catering service offering healthy snack and
lunch program in 8 schools around the GTA. Some of those schools are not equipped with a full
kitchen within their cafeteria, so snacks and meals have to be prepared and carried to the
children registered in our lunch program. We serve between 50 -150 students in any given
school.

Job description:
  • prepare mise-en-place in advance of cooking process;
  •  propose /review recipes and menus;
  • Prepare and handle food according to program guidelines
  • Help team to prepare food packages and delivery
  • Check clean refrigerators, trolleys, utensils and additionally kitchen equipment on a daily basis
  • Maintain the kitchen area clean hygienic based on HACCP standards
  • Assist with daily inventory of assigned station for daily requisitions
  • Serve students and staff with curtesy and respect in the cafeteria
  • Take extra care of student and staff with special needs
Qualifications:
Degree and experience in cuisine and care; having a valid driver’s licence is an asset; good sense of
humor, motivated and passionate about client services.

How to apply:
Via email: send resume and short letter of intend to Chef Guy DONGUE cuisinesantef@gmail.com
Tel 647-836-9021.
Located at 1207-625 Roselawn Avenue​, Toronto, ON

Given that we provide food mostly in a school environment and that students learn from
everyone around them, delivery drivers are expected to comply with highest standard of
personal hygiene, positive attitude and the company appearance guidelines and wear the
company-provided uniform.

Post ID: HV
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: cuisinesantef@gmail.com
Full time
Burlington, ON
2019.09.18
2019.10.18
Responsibilities:
  • General Administrative duties, filing, faxing, and photocopying
  • Provide Administrative support
  • Enter data accurately and efficiently into company database
  • Respond to incoming inquiries
  • Other duties as assigned
Qualifications:
  • College Education in related field (Business, Administration) or related experience
  • 0-1 year office administrative experience
  • Organizational skills and detail oriented
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, problem-solving ability, time management skills and interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook

Post ID: HV
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Hector.Vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington, ON
2019.09.18
2019.10.18
Responsibilities:
  • Supporting all company PC hardware peripherals and most common software packages
  • Running and terminating all types of communication & video cabling
  • Making patch cables as required
  • Removing viruses on an immediate basis
  • Participating in desktop shuffles; relocating employees as needed
  • Accurately maintaining and replenishing lists of consumable inventory
  • Actively participate in Disaster Recovery and Backup Plans
  • Contributing to IT knowledge base and asset tracking documentation
  • Track loaned items and reclaim as needed
  • Actively participate in Disaster Recovery and Backup Plans
  • Desktop level support / maintenance
  • Other related duties as required
Qualifications:
  • College Diploma, Computer related
  • 1 to 2 years Computer related experience
  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Exceptional problem solving skills
  • Possesses a strong knowledge of desktop PC hardware, and most common software packages (All MS Windows version), and peripherals
  • Possesses strong HW/SW troubleshooting skills
  • Understands the basics of TCP/IP protocol
  • Can work unsupervised on projects
  • Can adapt to new software packages quickly
  • Knowledge of UNIX/LINUX family preferred
  • Familiar with Network cabling

Post ID: HV
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Hector.Vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington, ON
2019.09.18
2019.10.18
The Role: We are looking for an experienced, highly motivated and analytical professional who will be responsible for defining and implementing software test guidelines and standards, analyzing business, technical and functional requirements, transferring them into supporting test plans and executing those test plans adhering to software test guidelines and standards.

Experience: Quality Assurance: 2 years (Preferred)

The chosen applicant will participate as a project team member with Developers, other testers and Business Partners.

Responsibilities:
  • Plan, design, develop, implement and maintain software test plans and test cases to evaluate software functionality and performance
  • Take ownership of issues and escalate them appropriately
  • Report and track defects by providing reproducible test cases and work with other team members to document and close issues
  • Develop test data if needed Execute SQL commands to manage and verify data
  • Ensure tractability of test cases to requirements.
  • Support User Acceptance Testing resources and activities
  • Coordinate test environment configurations and maintenance
  • Provide leadership to junior testing staff
  • Proficiently write or edit user manuals Follow up with user and systems groups to address problems and complex issues
  • Professionally deliver customer support by phone, email, and remote connection
  • Work in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment
  • Serve as a technical, subject matter resource for testing
  • Participate in and/or conducts training and meetings
Requirements:
  • Possess the knowledge of Software development life-cycle, agile methodologies
  • Test activities and tasks, test levels, error handling and bugs life-cycle
  • Test plan, test design specification and test cases documentation
  • Working with and using Bug Tracking Software/Tools, JIRA experience an asset
  • Understanding of browser specific compatibility issues
  • Familiar with programming languages, and general knowledge of .NET is an asset per forming basic queries against databases using MS SQL User Interface layout and design Responsive Design Ability to design and implement software functional tests for both feature and system
  • Excellent requirements definition, refinement, and verification
  • Attention to detail Able to think independently and come up with solutions to problems
  • Good communication skills in both written and verbal
  • Participate in effective team interaction making communication a top priority
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills Interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate technically, both written and verbal
  • Confident in Microsoft Office products - Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Visio Experience on large, enterprise projects
  • Experience and Qualification: 3+ years of Quality assurance experience on software projects Experience using at least 1 automated testing tool would be an asset Relevant testing certifications would be an asset All resumes are welcome, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Post ID: HV
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Hector.Vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Part time
Burlington, ON
2019.09.18
2019.10.18
ABOUT US
 
Metroland Media is a dynamic Media Company delivering vital business and community information to millions of readers across Ontario each week. With a healthy product offering in-print, online, trade shows and distribution networks, no target is unreachable. We are Ontario's largest and most successful community news and information source, provides local news and multi-media marketing solutions in Canada's heartland.
 Metroland's diverse array of on-line products are visited by over 4 million unique visitors each month and print products are in the hands of more than 4.5 million customers a week. We continuously bring new and acquired online products to market in order to provide our customers with a one-stop, comprehensive marketing solution. To connect with us, visit www.metroland.com
 
THE OPPORTUNITY
We are currently providing an opportunity for Casual Part Time Skidder at our Distribution location in Burlington. In this role, the successful candidate will place completed bundles of flyers onto skids in order to prepare them for distribution, and will work approximately 25-30 hours per week.
 
 KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES
  • Place completed bundles of flyers onto skids
  • Track completed bundles for proper truck routes
  • Wrap completed skids for transport
  • Move skids as required to the shipping area
  • Assist in sorting the rejected flyers for reinsertion and manually insert or remove flyers as needed
  • Complete and enforce all duties in accordance with our Health and Safety policies and the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • Other duties as assigned
 WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR
  • Ability to lift up to 35 lbs and stand for an extend period of time with ease
  • Ability to excel in a fast-paced, deadline driven and demanding environment
  • Ability to take and follow direction
  • Capable of working in a team environment and maintain positive relationships with team members
  • Strong verbal communication skills and good attention to detail
  • Great attitude and excellent team player
 
OUR AODA COMMITMENT
 
Metroland is committed to accessibility in employment and to ensuring equal access to employment opportunities for candidates, including persons with disabilities. In compliance with AODA, Metroland will endeavour to provide accommodation to persons with disabilities in the recruitment process upon request. If you are selected for an interview and you require accommodation due to a disability during the recruitment process, please notify the hiring manager upon scheduling your interview.
 
Post ID: HV
Hours: Part time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Hector.Vasquez@centreforskills.ca
F.T./P.T.
Burlington, ON
2019.09.18
2019.10.18
ABOUT US
Metroland Media is a dynamic Media Company delivering vital business and community information to millions of readers across Ontario each week. With a healthy product offering in-print, online, trade shows and distribution networks, no target is unreachable. We are Ontario's largest and most successful community news and information source, providing local news and multi-media marketing solutions in Canada's heartland.
 
Metroland's diverse array of on-line products are visited by over 4 million unique visitors each month and print products are in the hands of more than 4.5 million customers a week. We continuously bringing new and acquired online products to market in order to provide our customers with a one-stop, comprehensive marketing solution. To connect with us, visit www.metroland.com
 
THE OPPORTUNITY
We are currently providing an opportunity for Pocket Feeder/Inserter at the Burlington Distribution Centre. Reporting to the Supervisor/Manager, the individual is responsible for manually inserting flyer packages into the pockets of an automated inserting machine in order to prepare newspapers for distribution. The pay rate is $15.00 per hour. 

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES
  • Correctly insert newspapers or flyers into the pockets of an automated inserting machine
  • Open bundles of raw flyers and papers, count into specified amounts to prepare them for insertion
  • Identify and confirm the correct version of assigned flyers are to inserted and report any flyer feeding or mechanical issues to the Operator
  • Assist in sorting the rejected flyers for reinsertion and manually insert or remove flyers as needed
  • Complete and enforce all duties in accordance with our Health and Safety policies and the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • Other duties as assigned
WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR
  • Completion or currently enrolled in Secondary Education or equivalent
  • Strong verbal communication skills and good attention to detail
  • Ability to excel in a fast-paced, deadline driven and demanding environment
  • Capable of working in a team environment and maintain positive relationships with team members
  • Ability to lift 35 lbs and stand for an extend period of time with ease
OUR AODA COMMITMENT
Metroland is committed to accessibility in employment and to ensuring equal access to employment opportunities for candidates, including persons with disabilities. In compliance with AODA, Metroland will endeavour to provide accommodation to persons with disabilities in the recruitment process upon request. If you are selected for an interview and you require accommodation due to a disability during the recruitment process, please notify the hiring manager upon scheduling your interview.
Post ID: HV
Hours: F.T./P.T.
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Hector.Vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Vaughan, ON
2019.09.17
2019.10.17
Maintenance Millwright / Mechanic
Type of company:  Manufacturing

IAC Group, International Automotive Components
We are a world leader in the supply of interior automotive parts and currently searching for someone that fits the following criteria:

Maintenance Millwright /Mechanic:
Job 1 Day Shift - 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM  (Mechanical maintenance on the Day shift)
Job 2 Afternoon Shift - 3:30 AM to 11:30 PM

Qualified Industrial Millwright Mechanic, working knowledge of Hydraulics and Pneumatics, some fabrication and welding. Looking for someone that is able to trouble shoot machinery, is a self-starter, and is reliable. Some knowledge of PLC’s and Fanuc Robots would be an asset.

Job Type: Full-time, and includes Health & Dental benefits, & Defined Contribution Pension Plan

Qualifications needed: 
Millwright Certification or other

Address:  375 Basaltic Rd. Maple, On, L4K 4W8
Closest major intersection:  Keele and Rutherford

To apply, please contact your Employment Advisor;
Non-registered applicants, please email your resume to clarksonweb@centreforskills.ca using the Post ID number above.
Thank you!
Post ID: LM316-2
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: clarksonweb@centreforskills.ca
Part time
Vaughan, ON
2019.09.17
2019.10.17
Full Time Labour position in our Blow Moulding and/or Assembly Processes.
  • This position maintains flow of parts being produced from the process and performs secondary operations to finish, assemble and pack parts accordingly.
  • Performs the work as per the work instructions, inspects for Quality of all parts to ensure only quality parts are processed, and packs parts according to customer requirements, maintains housekeeping of work areas.
  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
Full time employment with health, dental benefits and potential profit sharing.
Assembly or plastic moulding experience would be an asset.
Must be able to read and write, lift 50 Lbs.

Address: 375 Basaltic Rd. Maple, On, L4K 4W8
Closest major intersection: Keele and Rutherford
Bus route or car only: Bus and Car
Job 5 Afternoon Shift Hours of work: 3:30 PM to 11:30 PM (Afternoon Shift)

To apply, please contact your Employment Advisor; Non-registered applicants, please email your resume to clarksonweb@centreforskills.ca using the Post ID number above. Thank you!
Post ID: LM316
Hours: Part time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: clarksonweb@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Toronto, ON
2019.09.17
2019.09.30

COSTI REQUIRES A GENDER-BASED RESEARCH PROJECT MANAGER IN THE FAMILY & MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM

COSTI is a multicultural organization providing social services, settlement, employment, and language training services. For more information about COSTI, please visit our website at www.costi.org.

The Gender Based Violence project is a long term, broad-based evaluation of two “wrap-around” service models for Immigrant, Refugee and Non-status women facing gender based violence. The project will examine and consolidate information about the models’ strengths and gaps; and produce an efficient and sustainable wrap-around best practice model that may be replicable. The outcome of the project will be a blueprint for replicating the model. The Project Manager, reporting to the General Manager, Family & Mental Health, is responsible for ensuring all project objectives and activities are met within the required time frame.

DUTIES

  • Work with members of the team to develop and implement detailed project work plans.
  • Maintain and foster relationship and liaise with five participating partners in Southern Ontario to facilitate the project’s activities.
  • Act as the point of contact and communicate project status to all project stakeholders (Hub champions, Gender-Based Violence (GBV) survivors, evaluation consultants, Advisory Committee, funders).
  • Work with project stakeholders to identify and define requirements, scope and objectives.
  • Use program-specific tools to gather feedback and data from stakeholders.
  • Ensure all organizational and project timelines are met.
  • Prepare all progress reports as required.
  • Monitor project progress and identify and address issues which may impede progress.
  • Track project expenses and maintain comprehensive project documentation, plans and reports.
  • Collaborate on the final blueprints for promising practices.
  • Participate in division management team meetings, agency meetings and external. community commitments as assigned, and take on tasks and lead roles as assigned.
  • Other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work with a focus on Gender-Based Violence Studies or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Three years’ experience researching and working in Gender-Based Programs.
  • Demonstrated experience coordinating a project with multiple stakeholders, including project activities, milestones and deliverables, monitoring and tracking progress, and communication to stakeholders.Ability to exercise judgment and discretion managing confidential information.
  • Ability to prepare schedules and detailed step-by-step action plans.
  • Solid organizational skills, including multitasking and time-management.
  • Ability to work effectively as a member of a team, collaboratively with others in a multidisciplinary environment and to work independently as required.
  • Highly developed verbal and written communication skills including writing reports, facilitating working sessions, and delivering presentations.
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office and internet skills.
  • Willingness to travel within Ontario including some overnight stays.
  • Relevant experience and understanding of gender-based violence, and issues faced by immigrant, refugee, non-status, and ethnocultural women would be an asset.
  • Knowledge and experience in program evaluation methodology would be an asset.
DURATION: October 14, 2019 to March 31, 2024

Qualified candidates are invited to submit their resumes and cover letters, quoting reference #96-19, to:

Manager, Staffing and Orientation
COSTI Immigrant Services
1710 Dufferin Street
Toronto, Ontario
M6E 3P2
Email: resumes@costi.org
Fax: 416-658-6590

Post ID: LM314
Hours: Full time
Status: Contract
How to apply: resumes@costi.org
Full time
Burlington, ON
2019.09.17
2019.10.17
Precision Record Pressing is a new exciting company located in Burlington Ontario, that is currently looking for Press Operators to join our team. This is a full-time, permanent opportunity. The position involves operation and maintenance of vinyl presses in a high paced, fun atmosphere. We are looking for positive, energetic people who want to work in a team environment!

Responsibilities
· Consistently meet production schedule plan and attainment
· Ensure conformance to specifications
· Operate and monitor equipment and restock materials as required
· Determine and report malfunctions to appropriate parties
· Maintain equipment and assigned production area cleanliness
· Ensure to work following company policies and procedures
· Maintain a constant visual on parts produced
· Work with team members to maximize productivity and efficiency
· Targeted reduction in waste of all forms (time, materials, labour)
· Communicate effectively with supervisors, technical manager and other associates
· Excellent attention to detail and quality
· Flexible and adaptable to change
· Other duties as assigned by the Team Leader

Requirements/Qualifications
· High school diploma or equivalent preferred
· Must be willing to work shifts
· Must be willing to learn and work to the best of his/her abilities
· Must be willing to wear PPE while performing functions
· Ability to work overtime as business needs require
· Ability to lift moderate weight intermittently
· Use of hands and wrist continuously in a controlled environment
· Ability to stand for duration of shift
· Excellent communication skills: written, electronic and oral
· Must have strong attention to detail
· Must be capable of working in stressful situations in times of need
· Must be able to work well with others and in a team atmosphere
· Previous experience in a manufacturing environment is preferred
Post ID: HV
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Hector.Vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2019.09.17
2019.10.14
We're currently looking for Videographer and Editor who is creative, resourceful and has a great eye for detail who can create various contents for the company. Ideally, you must have a background in independent video production and an obsession with storytelling.

Job Qualifications
• Experience in shooting video, editing, directing, and conceptualizing.
• Ability to quickly generate new content for posting on various platforms.
• Familiarity with specifications and requirements across YouTube and IGTV.
• Strong planning and communication skills.
• Can work in a self-directed environment.
• Positive attitude and feels there is no task too small.
• Effective and quick problem solver with a meticulous attention to details.

Software Skills
• Video Editing
• Adobe Photoshop
• Adobe Creative Suite
• Adobe Illustrator
• Final Cut Pro

Work days are Mon-Fri, 30-35 hours per week.
Post ID: HC-319
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Hemant.Chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2019.09.17
2019.10.16
We are looking for someone who is passionate about Sales and working with people in a variety of environments. 

Job Description:
• Targets residential and commercial markets to sell relocation services to homeowners, renters etc. Should be proficient in upselling the services to the customers by analyzing their needs. This position represents the first point of contact for moving and storage services. 
• Will be provided a combination of company leads and is responsible for also cultivating lead business using a variety of techniques such as flyers, Social Media etc
• Prepares accurate and complete on-site moving estimates for individuals planning to move as per the pricing guidelines established by the company.
• Prospects, establishes, and maintains relationships with customers to create opportunities for future and sustainable business
• Performs follows-up on pending estimates and maintains information in designated system Networks and markets company services within the target markets.
• Achieve monthly performance standards.
• Completes sales paperwork in an accurate and timely manner - documents all estimates with any special packing and delivery instructions.
• Maintains direct contact with customers to answer questions and resolve issues prior to, during and after the move.
• Responsibly maintains and fulfills a robust calendar of appointments. Regularly monitors e-mail and voice mail for customer and company communications.

Job Requirements:
• 2- 5 year’s experience in Sales
• Ability to develop good relationships with current and potential clients
• Excellent communication, presentation and negotiation skills. 
• High attention to detail and a fact-based decision making
• Excellent organization skills with emphasis on priorities and goal setting.
• Candidate should be available full time with the occasional flexibility of working on weekends as per the client requirement.
• Should be authorized to work in Canada
• Must have Driver’s License

Work days are Mon-Fri, 35-40 hours/week.
Post ID: HC-319
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Hemant.Chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Part time
Burlington, ON
2019.09.17
2019.10.14
Required now - year-round (we have a reduced hours schedule Jan, Feb & March)
  • Overtime is expected during the summer months May - October
  • Health Benefits, Co-contribution to RRSP
  • Safety footwear required
  • Good attitude
  • Fit and motivated
  • Responsible for Drivers paperwork
  • Responsible for truck cleanliness
  • Responsible for load safety
  • Responsible for load accuracy
  • Able to communicate with customers
  • Responsible safe installation
  • Must be able to keep busy and motivated
  • Responsible for making sure that correct number of items are delivered and picked up
  • Responsible for cleanup of our equipment and debris on customer property on install and
  • dismantle.
About Special Event Rentals:
 
Everything under one roof! Special Event rentals is a one-stop shop renting experience for the finest quality of chairs, tables, linens, tableware etc for all occasions. Serving Oakville, Burlington and Hamilton areas we provide the best quality equipment and rental service at a comparable price. Special Event Rentals has been in business for over 25 years and we have supplied over 150,000 events ranging in scale from small at home gatherings to world class large scale events.
Post ID: HV
Hours: Part time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Hector.Vasquez@centreforskills.ca
F.T./P.T.
Burlington
2019.09.12
2019.10.12
Personal Support Worker (PSW)

Earn up to $17.30 on hire with 4000 hours of proven recent relevant experience

ParaMed is currently seeking Personal Support Workers to join our dynamic team of caregivers. If you enjoy making people smile, we know you will love a career with ParaMed! We want you to join our team of spirited and fun loving professionals as we support the neighbors in our community!

Here is what we can offer you!

  • Full time, part time or casual positions
  • New progressive wage grids with Pay rates from $16.50 to $19.00/hr- experienced PSW’s earn higher on the scale!
  • Mentorship Perks- use your expertise to earn even more while you provide support to new grads entering the industry
  • Travel/mileage compensation
  • Health and dental benefits available to you and immediate family
  • Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP)
  • Opportunities for additional training with careers leading in to management roles
  • Paid orientation
  • Membership to Perkopolis and other retailer discounts
  • Provided with the latest technology mobile device for scheduling and communication
  • Positions open to HSW’s, HCA’s, DSW’s, nursing students, Paramedics and more!

Join us as we continue our 40 year tradition to help people live better and provide the most compassionate care possible! Join a winning team and let’s succeed together!

*In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and ParaMed Policies on Accommodation, a request for accommodation will be accepted as part of ParaMed hiring process.*

If you are looking for an exciting opportunity and to build a career in an innovative and dynamic organization, submit your resume by contacting your Employment Specialist quoting job ID JD077.

Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre For Skills office Location to schedule an appointment to register with an Employment Advisor.
  • Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
  • Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
  • Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
  • Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101
 
 
Post ID: JD077
Hours: F.T./P.T.
Status: Permanent
How to apply: jamie.dallan@centreforskills.ca
F.T./P.T.
Burlington, ON
2019.09.11
2019.09.27

We are a condominium apartment building, 12 floors and 2 parking levels below ground located at 700 Dynes Rd. in Burlington, across the road from the Burlington Centre. 
Currently we have a need for an insured handyperson on a part time basis possibly leading into full time. 
There are many tasks to complete at the moment. 
We are prepared to pay from $14.00 - $20.00 per hour depending on experience and qualifications. 
Position would be contract an require the hired person to invoice the corporation 
 TO APPLY:
email to "Les", email address secretary@empresscondos.ca for review.  


Post ID:
Hours: F.T./P.T.
Status: Contract
How to apply: secretary@empresscondos.ca
Full time
Burlington, ON
2019.09.11
2019.10.04
Subject: FiberCast is Hiring Full Time Carpenters / Skilled Saw Operators
 
If you are self motivated, accountable and mechanically inclined, looking for a stable full time job with Benefits package, wanting to work in a friendly and supportive environment to unleash your unlimited potential in a growing business, this opportunity at FibreCast is for YOU.
 
FibreCast is a global provider of reliable high-performance specialty products and high temperature textiles used by various industries. We are a stable, fast growing and innovative company highly respected in our industry for over 25 years.

SHIFT TIME: 
Afternoon Shift: Monday - Thursday 3:00pm - 1:30am
Day Shift: Monday - Friday 6:30am - 3:00pm 
Occasional overtime requested

RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Operate tools and machines such as powered saws and presses to produce and inspect parts according to the output and quality requirements.
  • Package finish goods for delivery or stock.
  • Perform routine maintenance cleaning of machine and other materials as required.
  • Participate in required and recommended employee training and continuous improvement programs.
  • Work in a safe and responsible manner and support all Health & Safety initiatives
  • Uphold the company’s environmental policies to limit the impact of our operations on the environment and prevent pollution.
  • Other duties assigned by supervisor per business request.
REQUIREMENT: 
  • Secondary school diploma or equivalent.
  • Good knowledge of blueprint,
  • Competent with all types of powered saws, measuring tapes and operating machines.
  • Ability to build jigs and fixtures, weld, operate overhead cranes and forklifts a great asset.
  • Willing to learn, flexible, accountable and detail oriented.
  • Strong track record of consistent attendance, achieving and exceeding targets.
GROWTH:
You will have the opportunity to work closely with all teams at FibreCast, especially in the plant, engineering and operations. We are committed to investing in our people through training and development.

TEAM: 
We hire carefully for technical expertise and cultural fit. We love a positive make-it-happen attitude and strong work ethic. We value customer-focused team players who seek to understand and innovate to develop the right solution.

PERKS & BENEFITS:
We offer comprehensive health benefits and a contribution match to the group RSP plan after probation period.
 
We are an equal opportunity employer. Applicants who require reasonable accommodation to complete the application and/or interview process should notify our HR team at linawu@fibrecast.com
 
Post ID:
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: linawu@fibrecast.com
Full time
Burlington, ON
2019.09.11
2019.10.04

We Are Growing and Hiring!

Our Team
We are a group of accountable and innovative people supporting each other to win every challenge. Join us if you want to be a member of this great team!
 
Our Business
FibreCast is a global provider of high-performance refractory products for various industries, with a diverse range of applications. We search the world for best in class materials to create innovative products for thermal management. Our products reduce energy costs and environmental impact. Our experience, imagination, and ability to transform ideas into products and solutions is what defines and drives us.
 
Perks & Benefits
We offer comprehensive health, vision and dental benefits as well as RRSP.

Job Title: Millwright
Status: Full time/Permanent 
SHIFT TIME: Day shift: Monday - Friday 6:30am - 3pm 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Diagnose, troubleshoot, maintain and repair production equipment and/or facility equipment independently to minimize downtime
  • Perform preventative maintenance and safety inspections
  • Fabricate parts and other equipment as per instructions or blueprint
  • Communicate daily repair activity with Supervisors and with other Departments
  • Other duties as assigned by managers.
REQUIREMENT: 
  • 3+ years experience as a millwright
  • Industrial Mechanic Trade Certification an asset
  • Thorough knowledge and proven track record of working with mechanics, pneumatic, hydraulic, machine shop practices (lathe & milling machines) and welding (TIG, MIG) fields
  • Experience with drill presses, grinders, saws, and other machine shop tools
  • Familiar with health and safety regulations, strong safety track record
  • Excellent problem solving and communication skills
  • Able and willing to work in a fast-paced environment, proactive, flexible and hard working
  • Great sense of urgency and time management, able to perform daily tasks with minimal supervision
  • Able to speak, write, read and understand English
  • Legally authorized to work in Canada

Post ID:
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: linawu@fibrecast.com
Full time
Burlington, ON (with travel to all sites)
2019.09.10
2019.09.23
Job Opportunity at Centre for Skills Development 

Job Number: 322
Job Title: Human Resources Manager
Department: Administration
Location: South Service Road, Burlington, ON (with travel to all sites)
Start Date: October 2019
Schedule: 35 hours per week – Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:00pm
Pay Rate: Competitive salary based on credentials and experience
Reports To: Chief Executive Officer

Are you entrepreneurial, client-focused and committed to collaboration and excellence? Do you enjoy working with clients from diverse backgrounds? If you want to work for a recognized leader in career and workforce development, then consider a career with Centre for Skills.

Headquartered in Burlington, Ontario, with locations in Oakville, Milton and Clarkson, Centre for Skills delivers one-on-one job coaching, workshops, settlement services, ESL classes and funded pre-apprenticeship skilled trades programs and literacy upgrading. Providing people with opportunities to build a better future and making a positive impact on peoples’ lives is integral to the business of Centre for Skills.
For more information, visit: centreforskills.ca

THE OPPORTUNITY 
The Human Resources Manager is a strong practitioner responsible for the day-to-day Human Resources function and will be responsible for designing and implementing programs and practices to support Centre for Skills’ strategic plan. This involves focusing on initiatives to attract, engage, develop and retain talent. This role is an integral member of the Leadership Team.

This is an exciting opportunity for a human resources leader who is motivated by the ability to design and implement sustainable HR programs and initiatives in the non-profit sector.

Your Responsibilities:
• Develop trusting partnerships within the business to deliver HR best practices and sustainable programs while providing value-added services
• Advise, guide and support senior management and employees on all employee relations matters
• Respond promptly to inquiries from managers and employees
• Ensure human resources matters are handled fairly and consistently in line with legislated and company requirements
• Monitor legislated employment and regulation changes and ensure policies, procedures, and reporting are in compliance and make appropriate recommendations to ensure appropriate compliance
• Collaborate with the Operations Director on team engagement initiatives
• Lead the internal / external recruitment and selection process in a cost-effective manner by introducing cost-effective recruitment strategies
• Develop appropriate human resources-oriented communications to the organization to promote employee’s understanding of programs, policies and practices
• Design and lead the implementation, communication and sustainment of all human resources and talent programs ranging from recruitment and selection, onboarding, succession planning, performance management, development, engagement, terminations and retirements
• Consult with Managers on organizational development issues and act as the change agent to facilitate organizational effectiveness improvements such as restructuring and realigning resources while ensuring effective communications plans are in place
• Support the CEO with investigations
• Lead the HR and Payroll Assistant
• Partner with the Accounting Manager on Centre for Skills’ Benefits plan
• Lead appropriate internal committees (Health and Safety, Personal Leadership)
• Work closely with Leadership Team to plan and execute all staff meetings and annual Celebrating Success client event
• Represent Centre for Skills at external HR roundtables, workshops and conferences and implement learned best practices
• Other duties as may be assigned

WHAT YOU BRING 
• A minimum of seven (7) years of progressive leadership in Human Resources as a Business Partner / Advisor / Generalist with broad knowledge of compliance, full cycle recruitment, compensation, organizational planning, performance management and coaching, training, health and safety, employee relations, advocacy and human resources
• Undergraduate degree or diploma in Human Resources or related fields
• CHRP or CHRL designation
• Leadership in a variety of functional human resources disciplines
• Strong business partnership skills to build trusting relationships
• Strength in project and change management abilities
• Exceptional orientation to customer service excellence
• Exceptional interpersonal, coaching and leadership skills
• Ability to collaborate with cross functional and geographically dispersed staff
• Strong management support, coaching and guidance
• Strong negotiation skills, the ability to influence and develop solutions to problems
• Solid written and verbal communication skills including ability to communicate complex information in a practical, straight forward way to appeal to all levels of the business
• Handle confidential information with discretion and exhibit and promote high integrity and ethical behaviour
• Strong knowledge base and demonstrated experience in current employment practices, human rights legislation, employment standard, labour market trends and health and safety legislation
• Advanced MS Office skills
• Access to a reliable vehicle, possession of a valid driver’s license, and willingness to travel throughout Halton and Peel regions as required for work related activities

TO APPLY:

Please email your cover letter and resume to: centreforskills@enlivenhr.ca
Application Deadline: Monday, September 23, 2019
In order to be considered, all applications must include the “Centre for Skills – HR Manager” in the email subject line.
We thank all applicants for their interest in Centre for Skills, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. If contacted for an interview, please inform us should accommodation be required.
In the spirit of the Human Rights Code, we ask that resumes not include personal data such as age, health, marital and family status.

Post ID: 322
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: centreforskills@enlivenhr.ca
Full time
Burlington
2019.09.10
2019.10.10
Apprentice Stone Mason – Stone Carving
 
At Old World Stone we custom cut and carve limestone, sandstone and marble for historic restoration projects and new buildings.  Our fabrication plant is equipped with the latest in stone cutting technology. 
 
We are currently looking for a full-time apprentice stone carver to complement our growing team.  Partial completion of formal training through a stone masonry apprenticeship program is essential.  Experience cutting tracery windows and ornate carved detail is a bonus.  The successful candidate must be eligible to work in Canada and be able to communicate clearly in English.
 
Required skills:
Reading cut sheets
Working in both metric and imperial dimensions
Following instructions
Replicating exact carved stone detail using hand and power tools
 
All work is completed at 1151 Heritage Road, Burlington from Monday to Friday, 40 to 44 hours per week.  The pay rate for this position is negotiable based on apprenticeship level, past experience and demonstrated skill.  We offer a medical/dental package following a probationary period.

To apply, please contact your Employment Specialist

 
Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre For Skills office Location to schedule an appointment to register with an Employment Specialist.
  • Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
  • Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
  • Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
  • Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101

Post ID: JD076
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: jamie.dallan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington, ON
2019.09.05
2019.09.30
General Labour - Production Associate (Sept-Dec)

Edge Imaging is the leading Canadian school and sports Photography Company. Edge is made up of over 400 employees with countless years of digital capture and school photography experience. Our state-of-the-art photo lab and customer care centre are located in Burlington, Ontario. Servicing over 1,800 schools in Ontario and a leader in league sport photography. Edge Imaging is committed to prompt, efficient, friendly service and quick turnaround times.
We proudly remain 100% Canadian owned and operated. As a result of our growing business, we are looking for a talented, dedicated and enthusiastic individual to join our team.

 
Role and Responsibilities:
• Responsible for the daily work flow in post print – Finishing & Framing.
• Establish appropriate priorities to ensure all printed products flow from finishing to final packaging for shipment according to established due dates.
• Work closely with all internal departments to ensure that shipment timelines are met.
• Provide status updates to the direct supervisor and report any concerns/constraints that will delay objectives and established due dates.
• Operate all production equipment in a safe and efficient manner, using personal protective equipment as specified according to company policy.
• Perform all the quality assurance functions for all printed materials.
• Work with all production software in an efficient and effective manner.
• Complete projects within estimates and schedules as agreed by management.
• Keep your work area clean and tidy.

 
Qualifications:
• High school diploma or equivalent work experience.
• Good decision making and problem solving skills.
• Strong organizational and communication skills.
• A team player with the ability to work independently.
• Ability to lift 35 - 40lbs on a regular basis.
• Must be able to stand for long periods regularly

Other Information:
• Walking distance to local transit and Appleby Go Station.
• Fast paced work environment.

 
What’s in it for you?
• Paid personal days
• Weekly breakfast provided
• Social Activities
• Casual dress code
• Fun and work hard play hard environment!

To apply, please contact your Employment Advisor;
Non-registered applicants, please email your resume to burlingtonnweb@centreforskills.ca using the Post ID number above.
Thank you!

Post ID: LM314
Hours: Full time
Status: Contract
How to apply: burlingtonweb@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington, ON
2019.09.05
2019.09.30
Edge Imaging is the leading Canadian school and sports Photography Company.  Edge is made up of over 400 employees with countless years of digital capture and school photography experience. Our state-of-the-art photo lab and customer care centre are located in Burlington, Ontario.  Servicing over 1,800 schools in Ontario and a leader in league sport photography.  Edge Imaging is committed to prompt, efficient, friendly service and quick turnaround times.
We proudly remain 100% Canadian owned and operated.  As a result of our growing business, we are looking for a talented, dedicated and enthusiastic individual to join our team.
Edge Imaging is seeking a Customer Service Representatives (September - December) to join our dynamic team. You must be a collaborative and team oriented professional with the ability to work under pressure.
 
Required Qualifications
• Experience in call centre or related environment preferred but not required
• Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
• Basic computer knowledge
• Works well in a team environment
• Sound and timely decision making and composure under pressure
• Detail oriented with an ability to enter orders accurately and efficiently and deliver only the highest service to Edge’s customers in a timely manner
• May be scheduled for hours between 8:00am and 8:00 pm

 
What’s in it for you?
• Paid personal days
• Weekly breakfast provided
• Summer hours
• Social Activities
• Casual dress code
• Fun and work hard play hard environment!

To apply, please contact your Employment Advisor;
Non-registered applicants, please email your resume to burlingtonnweb@centreforskills.ca using the Post ID number above.
Thank you!

Post ID: LM314-3
Hours: Full time
Status: Contract
How to apply: burlingtonweb@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington, ON
2019.09.05
2019.09.30
Bilingual Customer Care Representative (Contract)
Edge Imaging is the leading Canadian school and sports Photography Company.  Edge is made up of over 400 employees with countless years of digital capture and school photography experience. Our state-of-the-art photo lab and customer care centre are located in Burlington, Ontario.  Servicing over 1,800 schools in Ontario and a leader in league sport photography.  Edge Imaging is committed to prompt, efficient, friendly service and quick turnaround times.
We proudly remain 100% Canadian owned and operated.  As a result of our growing business, we are looking for a talented, dedicated and enthusiastic individual to join our team.
Edge Imaging is seeking a Bilingual Customer Service Representatives (French and English) for September - December, to join our dynamic team. You must be a collaborative and team oriented professional with the ability to work under pressure.
 
Required Qualifications
• Fluent in verbal and written communication in both French and English
• Experience in call centre or related environment preferred but not required
• Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
• Basic computer knowledge
• Works well in a team environment
• Sound and timely decision making and composure under pressure
• Detail oriented with an ability to enter orders accurately and efficiently and deliver only the highest service to Edge’s customers in a timely manner
• May be scheduled for hours between 8:00am and 8:00 pm

 
What’s in it for you?
• Paid personal days
• Weekly breakfast provided
• Summer hours
• Social Activities
• Casual dress code
• Fun and work hard play hard environment!

To apply, please contact your Employment Advisor;
Non-registered applicants, please email your resume to burlingtonnweb@centreforskills.ca using the Post ID number above.
Thank you!

Post ID: LM314-2
Hours: Full time
Status: Contract
How to apply: burlingtonweb@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington or Oakville
2019.09.05
2019.10.05

CREW MEMBER (4-5 part time and one Full time) (Burlington location and Oakvillel ltion )
Hours 7:00am - 10 pm (Split in two shift morning and afternoon - Monday to Sunday)

Job Responsibilities:
• Ensuring all menu items are prepared timely and served according to Trish standards
• Keep a clean and organized work area at all times.
• Uphold food safety standards, and ensure a safe, quality product is always being served.
• Maintain consistent, efficient service during peak times.
• Perform daily and weekly cleaning tasks
• Keep dish area, behind the counters , staff areas, and all food storage area clean and organized.
• Remove garbage, organic & recycling items efficiently/safely & dispose in the proper areas.
• Be mindful of personal appearance/outlet appearance, adhering to corporate uniform specifications
– this includes wearing the proper uniform, keeping hair tied or covered, wearing gloves, and washing hands thoroughly and regularly (i.e. after handling cash & using washrooms, before handling food etc.).
• Ring in orders into the point of sale system and adhere to proper cash handling processes.
• Food Safety certification basic certification will be asset
• Punctual, Organized, Enthusiastic
• Team oriented, Able to multi-task
• Great listening skills,  Able to problem solve
• Out-going and positive, Ability to take direction
• Great communication skills, Responsible and professional
• Demonstrate personal integrity & honesty,  Able to handle cash and electronic transactions
• Ability to work calmly and effectively under pressure

Employee perks : Trish Juice team members are entitled of 50% off on all menu items
Both locations have access to public transportation.
For more details please search www.trishjuice.com

To apply, please contact your Employment Advisor;
Non-registered applicants, please email your resume to oakvilleweb@thecentre.on.ca or burlingtonweb@thecentre.on.ca  using the Post ID number above.
Thank you!


Post ID: LM314
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: burlingtonweb@thecentre.on.ca or oakvilleweb@thecentre.on.ca
Full time
Brampton, ON
2019.09.05
2019.10.05
Primary Job Responsibilities

• Support Engineering projects – Continuous Improvements 
• Build, design, assemble, and debug new equipment
• Health and safety continuous improvements / projects

 
Expectations
• Maintaining the mechanical and electrical components on an automotive component assembly line, build, machine, and debug new equipment for future business.
• Troubleshooting automated electrical systems.
• Safety conscious
• Team Oriented 
• Self-Motivated
• Pro Active behavior
• Ability to travel and support any other project the company seems necessary
• Ability to work rotating shifts and weekends as needed
• Ability to work overtime

 
Qualifications and Experience
• Must be a Certified Millwright Mechanic or Registered Millwright Apprentice
• Ability To Read And Interpret Blueprints And Electrical Schematics
• Demonstrated mechanical and electrical aptitude
• Control system experience is a plus
• Electrical systems installation to 480 VAC
• Mechanical repair experience
• Five Years’ Experience In Assembly, Manufacturing And Equipment Maintenance
• Proficient In Programming PLC’s, Pneumatics, Dedicated Micro Processor Based Systems
• Pneumatic systems maintenance
• Control systems troubleshooting (PLC)
• Operation of Tool Room Equipment (I.E. Lathes, Grinders, Welding & Fabricating, Bridgeport Drill Press Etc.)
• Problem Solving Skills
 
IMPORTANT

If you are interested in applying for this job opportunity please follow the steps outlined below:

 ·         If you are Registered with us at the Centre please submit your resume to your assigned Employment Advisor and ask them to review it and submit on your behalf.
·         If you are not currently registered with us at the Centre please call 905 333 3499, x144 for assistance.

 

 

 


Post ID: HC308
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2019.09.04
2019.10.04
Staples Canada is looking for deliver drivers. We offer competitive wages along with a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, vacation, sick pay, company RRSP/DPSP, work life balance (no weekend work), and much more.
 
Primary Responsibilities:
• Ensure preloaded truck is ready for delivery
• Gather appropriate paperwork for deliveries
• Deliver product as per customer requirements obtaining signatures and completing all required paperwork
• Accept returns from customer, completing appropriate paperwork and return to warehouse
• Update manifest with reason codes
• Address and resolve customer feedback as appropriate. Inform supervisor of outstanding issues
• Maintain cleanliness of vehicle
• Perform pre-trip vehicle inspections and report any maintenance problems to supervisor
• Engage in safe work practices

 
Qualifications:
• High School Diploma or GED required
• 1 - 3 years in a service-oriented position
• Must be at least 21 years of age
• Must have a valid driver’s license
• Clean driver abstract with no “major moving violations” (as described in the employment application supplement and in accordance with applicable provincial law)
• Ability to lift up to 32 kilograms, navigate and read a map
• Ability to use mobile Proof of Delivery (POD) devices
• Excellent customer service skills
• Good communication skills, verbal and written
• Must be a team player and able to work well with minimum supervision
• Knowledge of safe work practices.
• Demonstrated problem solving skills
• Ability to work without supervision; organize and manage time
• Must be a team player

 
Preferred:
• Minimum 1-year of truck driving experience of a 16 ft. or longer straight
• Ability to work flexible hours
• Experience with hand truck /dolly type equipment preferred

IMPORTANT

If you are interested in applying for this job opportunity please follow the steps outlined below:
·         If you are Registered with us at the Centre please submit your resume to your assigned Employment Advisor and ask them to review it and submit on your behalf.
·         If you are not currently registered with us at the Centre please call 905 333 3499, x144 for assistance.

 

Post ID: HC307
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2019.09.03
2019.10.03
H.L. Blachford Chemical Specialties is a leading supplier of anti-tack coatings and process aids for rubber manufacturing, metallic stearates and soaps broadly used in polymers, as well as stearates dispersion for various industries. Technology is the cornerstone of Blachford’s approach to the markets we serve. We spend approximately 3% of sales on R&D to ensure we are meeting the rapidly changing needs of our customers. At Blachford, we are dedicated to exceeding our customer's expectations. If you’re looking to thrive in a new, rapidly growing and innovative space, we would love to hear from you. We are currently seeking a Technician to join our Research and Development team.
 
The Research and Development Technologist will execute on assigned formulation development in compliance with all regulatory guidelines while at the same time ensuring compliance with current good manufacturing practices.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assist in new and improved product and process developments by providing analytical and quality control support, to formulators;
• Conducts and participates in formulation problem solving in a timely manner to support on time delivery of project objectives;
• Ensure compliance with all safety regulations and good documentation practices;
• Carries out tests on raw materials, bulk/finished products;
• Routine maintenance, calibration of lab equipment, and housekeeping in designated sections of lab;
• Carries out evaluation of new raw materials;
• Conducts Lab trials/pilot trials/validation trials;
• Analyze data & prepare reports, recommend solutions to detailed problems;
• Write lab reports as required;
• Maintains proper documentation;
• Carries out QC testing when required;

 
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry or Engineering or equivalent degree
• Five years’ work experience in chemical lab or plant is preferred
• Superior communication and time management skills
• Commitment to continuous professional improvement
• Attention to detail, self-management and problem-solving skills
• Proficient with computers
• Ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team (Laboratories, Engineering, Production, Quality, Procurement).

IMPORTANT

If you are interested in applying for this job opportunity please follow the steps outlined below:
·         If you are Registered with us at the Centre please submit your resume to your assigned Employment Advisor and ask them to review it and submit on your behalf.
·         If you are not currently registered with us at the Centre please call 905 333 3499, x144 for assistance.

 

Post ID: HC304
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2019.09.03
2019.10.04
Erin Dodge Chrysler is looking for an individual that can do the following tasks.
 
Detailer
clean windows, dust interior and dash board, vacuum interior, exterior wash and chamois dry
clean and dress wheels and tires
 Used car complete clean ups (engine shampoo, exterior wash and wax, (compound & polish if necessary), interior detailing of all panels, dash board, and upholstery shampoo, install dealer ID
clean and dress wheels and etc.

 
Lot Attendant
Report to Senior Lot Attandant
Organize Cars on Lot
Lot maintenance of vehicles on display
 Display vehicles (re-parking and lining up in an organized manner)
Cleaning of work area
Grounds maintenance including picking up any garbage and/or debris.
Ability to provide meticulous work
Good time management skills
Good customer service skills
Detailing experience preferred
Valid Ontario Driver’s License
General Dealership experience an asset but not required.

IMPORTANT

If you are interested in applying for this job opportunity please follow the steps outlined below:
·         If you are Registered with us at the Centre please submit your resume to your assigned Employment Advisor and ask them to review it and submit on your behalf.
·         If you are not currently registered with us at the Centre please call 905 333 3499, x144 for assistance.

 

Post ID: HC303
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2019.09.03
2019.10.03
Alta E Solutions, specializes in electronic asset management and end-of-life electronics recycling. We are looking for  RMA Associate for our facility in Mississauga. A return material authorization (RMA) associate is responsible for receiving, troubleshooting, resolving and spare parts’ shipping for company products returned by customers on RMA cases. The person should understand basic hardware functionality, researching details provided by Tech team to analyze the reason for the product being returned by the customer, validating the issues discovered by Tech team, and attempting to correct the issues with the returned hardware.
 
Position Responsibilities:
• Process, categorize and answer customer emails and telephone calls, providing high quality service.
• Communicate status and schedule to customers.
• Verify, scan and stock incoming RMA shipments received.
• Track for any defective or stock rotation return from customers in any channel.
• Check and record RMA inventory in stock on a regular basis.
• Pass on to the technician for tests to determine whether the product is indeed defective
• Troubleshooting returned hardware, document all details found during the investigation, the steps taken to rectify the problem and archive the information into the system.
• Picking, packing products for RMA.
• Responsible for the receipt of returned materials.
• Ensures the proper unloading and staging of spare parts material within designated warehouse areas.
• Daily review and reconciliation of return material authorization (RMA) forms with physical inventory returns.
• Monthly disposition (return, disposal, closeout) of RMAs; including physical inventory return for most tile shipment returns.
• Daily review and follow up of pending or missing RMAs through RMA systems.
• Daily communication with Tech and Operations teams on the status of pending RMAs through standard reports.
• Performs additional duties as required and or requested

 
Job Requirements:
• High School diploma Preferred
• Experience working with desktops, laptops and small electronic devices is an asset
• 1-2 years previous warehouse work experience
• 1-2 years previous returns or inventory experience preferred
• Ability to work effectively learn quickly in a collaborative team environment
• Excellent communication, customer service, and interpersonal skills.
• Basic computer skills specially MS Excel and MS Word
• Regularly required to sit, stand, bend, reach and move about the returned product or testing units.
• Great attitude and attendance are very important

IMPORTANT

If you are interested in applying for this job opportunity please follow the steps outlined below:
·         If you are Registered with us at the Centre please submit your resume to your assigned Employment Advisor and ask them to review it and submit on your behalf.
·         If you are not currently registered with us at the Centre please call 905 333 3499, x144 for assistance.

 

Post ID: hc302
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Oakville, and Mississauga
2019.08.30
2019.09.27
A Personal Trainer provides their clientele with the knowledge, motivation and coaching to achieve their personal fitness goals.  This is a full-time, permanent position.

What will you be doing?
  • Prospecting for new clients
  • Consult, understand and analyze your clients’ needs and goals
  • Design personal fitness programs
  • Support and promote all GoodLife Fitness Programs
 Do you have what it takes?
  •  Passion for fitness
  • Certification within the first 3 months of employment
  • CPR Certification within 1 month of employment
  • Strong sales ability
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to coach, mentor, and bring out the best in others
  • Willingness to accept ongoing coaching and feedback
  • Works well in a team setting
  • Enjoys a challenge
  • A related degree or diploma is an asset, but not required
 What’s in it for you? 
  •  Top notch training including: A New Personal Internship Program, 3 days of Personal Training Base Camp with top leadership, Paid Monthly Education Workshops secrets to success, subscription to the world’s number one education resource for Fitness Professionals
  • Career advancement opportunities include: Future Leaders Program, Assistant Fitness Manager, Fitness Manager, Personal Training Regional Manager, Personal Training Director, Vice President of Personal Training
  • Competitive base pay and excellent commission based income; monthly sales & service incentives and the ability to upgrade your level of Personal Training via our Blackbelt Development Program
  • Paid for prospecting new clients
  • Use of Fitness equipment
  • $2 million liability insurance
  • Pre-designed specialty programs and marketing materials
  • For a list of the endless company benefits please go to: https://jobs.goodlifefitness.com/page/show/benefits

Instead of sending the traditional cover letter, we’d love to hear how you are living the GoodLife – tell us why you’re passionate about fitness or more about your personal fitness journey!

To apply, please contact your Employment Advisor

Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre For Skills office Location to schedule an appointment to register with an Employment Advisor.
Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101

 
Post ID: JD043
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: jamie.dallan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Oakville, and Mississauga
2019.08.30
2019.09.27
This position will give you the creativity to introduce new members into Canada’s # 1 Fitness club while ensuring you achieve an active lifestyle too.  Fitness Advisors help prospective members get started on their fitness goals by selling memberships and explaining the tools available for their success. Our Fitness Advisors will be given the support needed through GoodLife’s own training team to be successful in this role.

What will you be doing?
  • Identify new and creative tactics to introduce community members into our locations
  • Use these tactics to generate leads on a daily basis to create your clientele and build an ongoing relationship with all potential leads
  • Schedule appointments and present fitness plan options with prospective member
  • Establish relationships with local businesses in the community to promote health and fitness to their employees
  • Manage and provide continued service to your potential members
  • Build relationships, determine client goals and provide successful solutions
  • Show ambition to continue professional development in the sales and fitness industry
  • Identify skills that need improvement and work with your manager for development in those areas
Do you have what it takes?
  • Completion of post-secondary education or 1-3 years relevant/ equivalent work experience
  • Live our core values: caring, happiness, integrity, peak attitude, passion, personal fitness, and trust.
  • Demonstrate a passion for fitness
  • Ability to work full time with scheduling required for evening and weekend work
  • High degree of self motivation within a quota-driven sales environment
  • Experience with commission sales an asset
  • Ability to think creatively and develop effective strategies for generating new business
  • Ability to customize solutions and make recommendations
  • Effective organizational and time management skills
  • CPR certification required within 3 months of employment
 What's in it for you?
  • Ongoing training and development to ensure a long and successful career path
  • Career advancement into management within 1-2 years
  • Competitive base pay and excellent commission based income
  • FREE Fitness membership and discounted membership for friends and family
  • Group health care plans
  • Fun and energetic atmosphere to come to every day!
To apply, please contact your Employment Advisor

Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre For Skills office Location to schedule an appointment to register with an Employment Advisor.
Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101
Post ID: JD044
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: jamie.dallan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Milton with travel
2019.08.28
2019.09.28
As the season continues we are looking for Landscape Labourers to join our team for the remainder of the summer, fall and beyond!
This is a great opportunity for candidates looking for seasonal or long term work!
As a lawn Landscape Labourer you will be responsible for:
- Cutting and trimming lawns
- Some hardscaping jobs (sodding, patios, walkways, decks, etc if required)
 - Working as a team to ensure that all properties are cleaned up as required
 - Assisting with spring and fall clean-ups
 - Other lawn and maintenance duties as require

This is an awesome team to join as a Landscape Labourer for the following reasons:
- Very competitive starting wage - $15.50-$17.50/hr
 - LOTS of room for advancement
- Awesome co-workers who love to listen to great music

If you are a Landscape Labourer candidate and you (or a friend) are looking for work apply today!!
(New address is 7499 Auburn Street in Milton - Transportation to worksites will be provided to and from  from this location)
 
To apply, please contact your Employment Advisor;
Non-registered applicants, please email your resume to miltonweb@thecentre.on.ca using the Post ID number above.
Thank you!

Post ID:
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: lori.mcLaughlin@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga
2019.08.23
2019.09.26
H.L. Blachford Chemical Specialties is a leading supplier of anti-tack coatings and process aids for rubber manufacturing, metallic stearates and soaps broadly used in polymers, as well as stearates dispersion for various industries. Technology is the cornerstone of Blachford’s approach to the markets we serve. We spend approximately 3% of sales on R&D to ensure we are meeting the rapidly changing needs of our customers. At Blachford, we are dedicated to exceeding our customer's expectations. If you’re looking to thrive in a new, rapidly growing and innovative space, we would love to hear from you. We are currently seeking a Technician to join our Research and Development team.
The Research and Development Technician will execute on assigned pre-formulation and formulation development in compliance with all regulatory guidelines while at the same time ensuring compliance with current good manufacturing practices.

 
RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Participate in formulation problem solving in a timely manner to support on time delivery of project objectives;
• Ensure compliance with all safety regulations and good documentation practices;
• Perform and review chemical physics tests on raw materials, bulk/finished products;
• Routine maintenance, calibration of lab equipment, and housekeeping in designated sections of lab;
• Troubleshooting operational upsets and minor technical issues;
• Ensure that safety issues are reported to Supervisor and promptly remedied;
• Work collaboratively with other departments to ensure effective decision making;

 
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Minimum High School Diploma or GED, Chemical or mechanical technician diploma is preferred.
• Three years’ work experience at chemical lab or plant is preferred;
• Superior communication and time management skills.
• Commitment to continuous professional improvement
• Attention to detail, self-management and problem-solving skills
• Proficient with computers
• Ability to obtain results with minimal supervision.
• Team oriented

IMPORTANT:

If you are interested in applying for this job opportunity please follow the steps outlined below:
·         If you are Registered with us at the Centre please submit your resume to your assigned Employment Advisor and ask them to review it and submit on your behalf.
·         If you are not currently registered with us at the Centre please call 905 333 3499, x144 for assistance.

 

Post ID: HC294
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga
2019.08.23
2019.09.23
Do you aspire to become a successful licensed hairdresser?  Get your foot in the door as a registered apprentice at an iconic Lorne Park salon that just celebrated 50 years.  Commit to a lucrative, exciting career … learn everything you need to know from an experienced, fun, qualified team of professionals.  Get licensed and be the Salon’s next generation of talent.
Responsibilities (include but are not limited to)
• greeting clients
• shampooing hair
• assisting stylists
• styling hair
• cleaning
• laundering towels
• answering phones when necessary

Qualifications needed:
• minimum High School Diploma or GED
• cosmetology/makeup training/experience an asset
• excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational and time management skills
• strong problem-solving and multitasking abilities
• highly responsible and reliable, (physical) stamina required
• ability to;
     - work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment
     - work cohesively with colleagues as part of a team with minimum supervision
     - focus attention on guest needs, remaining calm and courteous

Work conditions:  fast-paced, social, requires standing for long periods
Hours of work:  business hours of operation (43 hours per week)
Salary range:  this is a minimum wage position ($14/hour)

To apply, please contact your Employment Advisor;
Non-registered applicants, please email your resume to clarksonweb@centreforskills.ca using the Post ID number above.
Thank you!

 
Post ID:
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: clarksonweb@centreforskills.ca
F.T./P.T.
Burlington
2019.08.23
2019.09.23

Pat’s Party Rentals are looking for tent crew members, delivery drivers, and general labourers for work in the Golden Horseshoe.

Duties include delivery and set up of event rental equipment including tents of all sizes.
 

Rate of Pay: $15-18/hr

Hiring part time and full time.

Heavy lifting is involved, along with ability to work with a team in a high-paced environment

Drivers must have clean, full G License and be 21 years of age or older to apply, please contact your Employment Specialist

Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre For Skills office Location to schedule an appointment to register with an Employment Specialist.

·         Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140

·         Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101

·         Milton: 905-693-8458 x101

·         Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101

 


Post ID: JD074
Hours: F.T./P.T.
Status: Permanent
How to apply: jamiedallan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2019.08.23
2019.09.23
OVERALL OBJECTIVE:
The timely and consistent preparation and cleaning of presses to DLS’ standards, with a focus on efficiency and proactiveness in order to meet our production schedule, as well as the overall management of the wash-up area, the anilox, the press floor, and the press area, including cleanliness, organization, following our LABELTRAXX protocols, and proactively setting up jobs and communicating with press operators, WHILE ADHERING TO ALL SAFETY PROTOCOLS AND STANDARDS.

 
1. Attitude:
     a. Learn DLS cultural values and maintain a team player attitude
     b. Minimize downtime and maximize production by assisting the pressmen in a quick, efficient and safe manner
     c. Observe experienced Press Assistants and follow direction from QA
     d. Follow Press Assistant training schedule (supplied)

2. Job Setup/staging:
     a. Learn the disciplines and prepare jobs by the job docket Bill of Materials (Docket/Stock/Dies) etc.

3. Job Clean-up:
     a. Removal of cylinders, drain inks, wash pans, doctor blades, clean & dry plates return to docket, return all BOMs.
     b. Empty waste bins on an on-going basis, including end of shift

4. Plant Cleanliness:
     a. Press frame & rollers are ink free, clean any and all spills after every job.
     b. Maintain a clean working environment at all times. This includes the workbench, floor, cupboards, etc.

5. Administration:
     a. Repair Requisition forms – Fill out and forward to Ops Mgr
     b. Anilox Inventory Cleaning sheet (Microclean)

6. Other Duties:
     a. Handle anilox and set doctor blades
     b. Anilox Maintenance: Regular cleaning & Microclean (once per week)
     c. Mount plates using the Heaford Plate Mounter
     d. Mix inks following the target or Pantone book
     e. Return left over roll stock and inks to their designated areas.
     f. Assist in other plant related tidiness.


If you are interested in applying for this job opportunity please follow the steps outlined below:
·         If you are Registered with us at the Centre please submit your resume to your assigned Employment Advisor and ask them to review it and submit on your behalf.
·         If you are not currently registered with us at the Centre please call 905 333 3499, x144 for assistance.
 

Post ID: HC293
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Milton
2019.08.21
2019.09.21

 

Fraser Direct is looking for a Project Monitor for their busy warehouse.  This person is a general labourer who is capable of a bit more responsibility. They work on the line with others, but perform extra duties such as hourly quality checks and raising issues to the Team Leaders when required. 

POSITION:                                           Project Monitor

LOCATION:                                         Milton

REPORTS TO:                                     Project Supervisor

SHIFT:                                                   Days (Monday to Friday, 6am – 2:30pm)

WAGE:                                                 $14.75 – 15.25 to start                                               

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

Assist in set up of project area.  Prior to commencing a project, the Project Team Leader will meet with the Project Monitor assigned to the project and discuss the following criteria:

*             IWR (intimate knowledge required)         *             Planogram

*             Productivity expectations                             *             Task time allotted for each position

*             Tasks required at each station                    *             Hourly expected production output

Once all the details are outlined, the Project Monitor is responsible for executing the plan.
 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: 

The Project Monitor will meet with each team member to discuss expectations of the project (how it is to be executed and what is expected from the team and individual) and provide the following information:

o   Planogram must be with the IWR for constant reference

o   Productivity expectation must be clearly documented

o   Shift Checklist showing productivity at 3 designated checks per shift

·         Provide necessary training and IWR sign off.

·         Rotate staff when possible to eliminate potential injury, boredom, performance issues, etc.   Schedule breaks accordingly for each “line” to be on breaks at the same time.  This will ensure that production starts, stops and resumes at the same time and is productive. 

·         Ensure quality standards and checks (as outlined in IWR) continuously meet specification for the project and/or work conforms to the sample.  Monitor performance of individuals.  QA is number one priority.

·         While working and monitoring progress, be aware of the front end and back end.  Ensure all stations are adequately fed to keep the line going.  Ensure there are no bottlenecks at the end of the line.  Stations must be ready and clean for next shift.

·         Zero tolerance for non-performance or unacceptable behaviour.  This must be actioned immediately and discussed with the Project Team Leader.  

·         May also be scheduled in other departments

·         All other duties as assigned
 

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

·         Warehouse experience an asset. 

·         Ability to train and share knowledge; strong team building skills.

·         Comprehension of written documentation. Effective planning and time management skills; must be able to prioritize tasks and meet strict deadlines

·         Strong problem solving skills. Strong attention to detail and Excellent customer service skills

·         Good communication (verbal and written) and organizational skills.
Strong 

REQUIRED EDUCATION:

·         Grade 12 or equivalent or relevant experience
 

REQUIRED TRAINING: 

·         Trained on all necessary internal SOP documentation and procedures.

·         All applicable Occupational Safety and Health Regulations.

·         Other Fraser Direct specific training for designated position as required. 
 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF JOB:

·         Warehouse environment (very clean, QA controlled)

·         Ability to stand and walk around for duration of shift

·         Ability to lift up to 50 lbs

·         CSA-approved safety shoes required
 

To apply, please contact your Employment Specialist

Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre For Skills office Location to schedule an appointment to register with an Employment Specialist.

·         Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140

·         Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101

·         Milton: 905-693-8458 x101

·         Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101


Post ID: JD074
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: jamiedallan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga
2019.08.21
2019.09.21
The Senior Service Manager is responsible to deliver the financial budget through profitable growth, to deliver the target levels of customer service and technician productivity while managing costs within the service district.  Responsible to maintain an effective balance of technician, contractor and depot resources required to perform warranty, extended warranty and paid business within performance standards.  Responsible to lead, coach and develop the entire district service team. 
 
Responsibilities: 
- Accountable for the financial and operational performance of the assigned service district in accordance with the annual budget, including payroll and controllable expenses. Proactively develop and pursue opportunities and advise senior management of any risk or shortfalls.  Develop and/or recommend strategic solutions to improve business performance and meet profit contribution goals based on daily, monthly, annual analytics of key performance indicator trends. 
- Direct activities to maximize external revenue across all service businesses.  Perform competitive market assessments.  Liaise with business partners to address revenue growth performance gaps as needed; monitor effectiveness of measures implemented and adjust as necessary. 
- Focus on business drivers that improve customer service; First time completes, Days to Service, Cycle time etc. Accountable for all service levels provided within the service district. Advocate customer-centricity and lead by example.  Ensure customer issues are addressed in a timely manner and taking ownership to solve customer issues. 
- Focus on business drivers that improve employee productivity; cost/work order, completes/day, reworks etc.   Analyze departmental profitability of technician labor sales by addressing group and individual training, analyzing and reacting to factors that can affect productivity such as routing, van parts stock, call-backs, customer relations, etc.  Control of associated variable costs such as wages (overtime, scheduling) supplies, fuel, maintenance and equipment. 
- Lead and direct work assignments, scheduling, routing, work-flow, contractor/depot usage, performance assessments, responding to associate relations issues and career development/succession planning while creating a goal-oriented positive ambiance.  Negotiate contractor agreements as required. 
- Accountable for the on-going selection, recruitment, training and performance management of the district service associates, technicians and contractors to maximize labor efficiency.  
- Oversee day to day activities of the service shops; (appliances, electronics and furniture) provide movement of parts and supervise all operational activities.  Manage NAS (Not available for Sale) inventories ensuring this product is returned to resalable merchandise as quickly as possible by having it repaired/refurbished/checked over by a TGS employee. 
- In conjunction with the National Support Service office, ensure all financial work orders are accurately processed and all required billing reviews are actioned.  Participate in the development and review of the annual financial plan.
All other duties as assigned. Participate in special projects, committees, et
 
 

IMPORTANT:
If you are interested in applying for this job opportunity please follow the steps outlined below:

 ·         If you are Registered with us at the Centre please submit your resume to your assigned Employment Advisor and ask them to review it and submit on your behalf.
·         If you are not currently registered with us at the Centre please call 905 333 3499, x144 for assistance.

 
 

 

 
 

 


Post ID: HC301
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Oakville, ON
2019.08.21
2019.09.21
The following Shoppers Drug Mart Locations are looking for resources in Fulltime & Part-time positions in all departments:
Click on this link to find the openings by specific address: http://careers.shoppersdrugmart.ca/
The following locations are currently hiring:
351  CORNWALL ROAD, OLDE OAKVILLE MARKETPLACE OAKVILLE
550  KERR STREET  OAKVILLE
240  LEIGHLAND AVE  OAKVILLE
1011  UPPER MIDDLE RD, UNIT E-5 OAKVILLE
478  DUNDAS STREET W  OAKVILLE
1515  REBECCA ST  OAKVILLE
2297  LAKESHORE RD W  OAKVILLE
2525  PRINCE MICHAEL DRIVE  OAKVILLE
2501  THIRD LINE, BUILDING B OAKVILLE

IMPORTANT:

If you are interested in applying for this job opportunity please follow the steps outlined below:

 

·         If you are Registered with us at the Centre please submit your resume to your assigned Employment Advisor and ask them to review it and submit on your behalf.

·         If you are not currently registered with us at the Centre please call 905 333 3499, x144 for assistance.


Post ID: HC300
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2019.08.13
2019.09.27
DESCRIPTION: A House person is responsible for cleaning and maintaining designated areas of the hotel and responding to guest requests in the hotel’s continuing effort to deliver outstanding guest service. This position requires a G License

You would be responsible for performing the following tasks to the highest standards:
• Clean designated areas including, but not limited to, restrooms, public areas, offices and common areas.
•  Assist Room Attendants
•  Perform tasks including, but not limited to, dusting and polishing furniture and fixtures, vacuuming, mopping, sweeping, shampooing carpets, washing windows, cleaning/waxing floors, removing and disposing of trash and emptying ashtrays
• Greet guests in a friendly manner
• Report maintenance deficiencies and items in need of repair, as needed
• Drive the hotel shuttle van to local areas and airport.
• Perform deep cleaning tasks and special projects (for example: mattress flipping, furniture moves, etc.), as needed
• Deliver guest requests and assist in cleaning guest rooms, as needed

REQUIREMENTS: To successfully fill this role you should be able to demonstrate the attitude, and values that follow:
• Positive attitude and excellent communication skills
• Flexible schedule must be able to work mornings and weekends.
• Good command of Written and Oral English
• Must have a valid G Licence

Job Type: Full-time
Salary to be discussed

Holiday Inn & Suites Mississauga | 2565 Argentia Road, Mississauga, L5N 5V4, Canada

To apply, please contact your Employment Advisor;
Non-registered applicants, please email your resume to clarksonweb@centreforskills.ca using the Post ID number above.
Thank you!
 
Post ID: LM309
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: clarksonweb@centreforskills.ca

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