Assembly Operators

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

Adecco is currently hiring a full-time Assembly Operator – Medical Manufacturing contract at our Ottawa, ON (Stittsville)client’s medical manufacturing facility. This is a contract opportunity starting immediately until December 19, 2019. The shift is a Monday to Friday 4pm to 12:30am, training typically takes place on day shift for 1 to 2 weeks before moving to evenings. The hourly rate of pay is $14 plus $0.50 evening premium

Requirements for Assembly Operator – Medical Manufacturing Role:

-    High School Diploma
-    Previous experience in a manufacturing environment
-    Excellent attention to detail
-    Able to work in a repetitive environment
-    Excellent communication and problem-solving skills
-    An effective team player

Responsibilities for Assembly Operator – Medical Manufacturing Role:
-    Perform repetitive assembly of medical products as per instructions
-    Collaborate and coordinate with Assembly teams to maximize quality, efficiency and throughput. Staff manual line positions as scheduled
-    Inspect and monitor quality and line performance in accordance with documented procedures
-    Demonstrate compliant gowning techniques and maintain a tidy, organized and clean workspace
-    Communicate ideas and suggestions for improving the Assembly practices to Assembly leadership
-    Understand and comply with applicable EH&S policies, procedures and guidelines and applicable manufacturing procedures
-    Other miscellaneous duties as required

If you are interested in the Assembly Operator – Medical Manufacturing role in Ottawa, ON, please click on Apply Now!

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