PCPI is a career and workforce development organization that receives funding from the Government to support job seekers with job search resources and connection to employment opportunities. Through this initiative, PCPI is working with an employer who is seeking:
Name of Position: Industrial Sewing Machine Operator
Location of work: Scarborough
Job Description: Urgently recruiting for an award-winning company specializing in custom-design engineering and manufacturing of mechanically stitched textile-based products, based in Scarborough, Ontario. Seeking 15 Industrial Sewing Machine Operators. The ideal candidate will join a multi-cultural organization and be a part of a team that is manufacturing medical gowns for the global crisis.
Compensation: $15.00 per hour with paid training
Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible
Terms of Employment: Temp with a possibility for a full-time permanent position
Number of positions: 15
Employment Conditions: Indoors
Clean safe work environment with additional comprehensive Covid-19 Precautions in place. Daily self-directed screening questionnaire and daily temperature screening. All employees, contractors and visitors are required to wear masks. Common surfaces sanitized regularly, with hand sanitizer and extra hand washing stations available
Description of employer: The Employer is an award-winning company specializing in custom-design engineering and manufacturing of mechanically stitched textile-based products, based in Scarborough.
Responsibilities: This includes the followings but not limited to:
• Work on a Juki or Brother, fully automatic lock stitch single needle machine
• Operate the machine to create garments
• Other duties as required Duties as otherwise assigned
Job Requirements – All applicants must meet the following without exception:
• Ability to operate an industrial sewing machine
• 1 year of experience with Juki or Brother fully automatic lock stitch single needle machine
• Ability to work effectively as a member of a team, collaboratively with others in a multidisciplinary team environment and to work independently as required
• Detail-oriented, punctual, consistent, productive, as well as efficient
• Sew / finish various types of fabrics
• Assess the quality of fabric pieces before sewing to ensure fabrics are up to standards
• Ensure individual productivity quotas are met or exceeded daily, while at the same time maintaining company standards Must be able to work rotating shifts (Day 7am – 3pm, Monday to Friday)
How to Apply:
Please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
This post expires on October 15th, 2021.
Only those shortlisted for interview will be contacted.
Applications from agencies are not accepted.