Assembly Operator - Manufacturing

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  • Category
    Industrial & manufacturing - Assembly / Production
  • Job type
    Temporary/Contract
  • Location
    Ottawa, Ontario

Adecco is Hiring Assembly Operators

For Long-Term Assignments - Full-Time Hours –

Bus Service to Accommodate all Shifts!

We are currently seeking Assembly Operators to join the team on both the day and overnight shifts. The Assembly Operators will be responsible for working 12 hour shifts in a regulated medical manufacturing facility in Ottawa’s west end.

Responsibilities for Assembly Operator:

-Boxing product as it comes off fast-paced automated assembly line
-Conducting quality visual inspections on product
-Maintaining high quality work while performing repetitive tasks on the line
-Understands and complies with Quality and EH&S policies, procedures and guidelines
-Facilitates a safe and healthy workplace culture
-Other miscellaneous duties as may be required

Requirements for Assembly Operator:

-Successfully completed High School is essential
-Must successfully pass a Criminal Background check

-Exceptional hand-eye co-ordination, attention to detail, and capable of high-volume repetitive tasks
-Demonstrated mechanical aptitude would be a definite asset
-Previous experience to a regulated manufacturing environment is preferred (FDA, etc.)
-Demonstrate initiative and can work independently
-Ability to clearly, concisely and accurately convey communications (both verbal and written)
-Ability to understand instructions, quickly retain knowledge, and have a keen willingness to learn

If you are interested in the Assembly Operator opportunity, please select Apply Now!


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Reference number CA_EN_1_021956_12112685

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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