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Full Time

Forklift Operator (Order Picker)

Morning (7:00am to 3:30pm)

Forklift Operator (Order Picker)

Morning (7:00am to 3:30pm)

  • $19/hr
  • Pointe-Claire, Quebec
  • Morning (7:00am to 3:30pm)

Requirements: 

 

  • At least 1-year warehouse experience operating Order Picker Machine
  • Valid Order Picker Licence with fall arrest licence
  • Must be comfortable lifting up to 50lbs
  • Focused on productivity, quality, and accuracy
  • Without compromise, maintain a safe and clean workplace
  • Need: CSA approved steel-toed safety shoes, safety vest and face mask.
  • Must have valid Forklift License with min one year experience
  • Should be able to get hired as a full-time employee in 3 months

Full Time

Warehouse Associate (GL)

3 pm to 11 pm

Warehouse Associate (GL)

3 pm to 11 pm

  • $16.50 per hour
  • Pointe-Claire, QC, Canada
  • 3 pm to 11 pm

Responsibilities: 

 

– Labelling and Packaging of Mirrors and candles;

– Work at different stations as production requires;

– Inspect, weigh, and package products;

– Monitor flow of product into processing machinery;

– Maintain a clean and safe work environment;

– Perform other duties as required;

 

Requirements:

– Safety shoes and a Safety vest are mandatory;


Full Time

Order picker and Reach Operator

Morning or Afternoon

Order picker and Reach Operator

Morning or Afternoon

  • $19.50 or $20.50 per hour
  • Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
  • Morning or Afternoon

We are seeking an attentive, and highly energetic individual to join our IOS team as a Forklift Operator

Responsibilities: 

– The type of equipment driven would be Raymond Reach or Raymond Dock stocker or Order Picker;

– Operates equipment in a consistent manner with the company’s Health and Safety policies;

– Uses a Warehouse Management System (WMS) to receive, check, count inventory, verify, sort, and classify materials and equipment by stock number, condition, and other classifications and note them down in relevant logs;

– Use a handheld barcode scanner (RF gun), inspect and maintain equipment;

– Other tasks could involve wrapping loads with a shrink wrapper and loading goods onto and off a truck;

– Perform order picking which involves lifting and re-palletizing the products;

– Unpacks cartons and boxes to check the material and then again seal them;

– Compares data against the documents given by the management and note irregularities if any;

– Maintains equipment and A Material Handler’s role usually extends beyond driving the equipment;

– Materials in a neat, clean, and orderly fashion and handles fragile items with care;

– Maintains a clean and secure work area.

– Perform other duties as assigned;

 

Requirements: 

– Valid forklift license for Order picker machine; 

– Minimum 1 year of Order Picker experience;

– Full-time availability; 

– Several years of knowledge using a Warehouse Management System (WMS), preferably Red Prairie;

 

Benefits: 

– Work in an environment where safety is our first priority

– The opportunity to build a career with a growing company

– Medical, dental, and vision coverage for you and your family

– Life and disability insurance

– A Retirement Savings Program with a company match

– Employee Appreciation Day


Full Time

Payroll Administrator

8 am to 4:30 pm or 8:30pm to 5 pm

Payroll Administrator

8 am to 4:30 pm or 8:30pm to 5 pm

  • $22-25 per hour
  • Bolton, Ontario, Canada
  • 8 am to 4:30 pm or 8:30pm to 5 pm

The Payroll Administrator will be responsible for preparing and processing the biweekly payroll for 240 employees using ADP Workforce Now. The incumbent will work closely with other members of the HR team and report directly to the HR Director.

This role is a contract position for 3 months.

Responsibilities: 


– Audit biweekly electronic timecards for exceptions to ensure accuracy;
– Ensure payroll information is submitted for processing within established timelines;
– Set up new hires and maintain employee profiles by entering required data into the payroll system;
– Issue ROE’s and review termination calculations as required;
– Payroll, month end, and government reconciliations remittance such as WSIB, EHT, etc. as required;
– Prepare and generate payroll reports;
– Respond to and resolve payroll-related inquiries from employees, government agencies, and management;
– Perform other assigned payroll duties as assigned;

Knowledge and Experience: 

 

– 2+ years of payroll experience. PCP Certified or similar;
– Knowledge and experience with ADP (WFN and or Pay@Work);
– Strong excel skills;
– Knowledge of current Canadian Federal and Provincial Payroll Legislation;
– Excellent interpersonal and communications skills;
– Ability to multitask and meet deadlines;
– Detail oriented;
– Works well individually and on a team;


Full Time

Accounts Payable Administrator

8 am to 4:30pm or 8:30 pm to 5 pm

Accounts Payable Administrator

8 am to 4:30pm or 8:30 pm to 5 pm

  • $22-25 per hour
  • Bolton, Ontario, Canada
  • 8 am to 4:30pm or 8:30 pm to 5 pm

Infinite Outsourcing Solutions is hiring for a full-time Accounts Payable Administrator position for an immediate opening available in the Bolton area.

Responsibilities:

 

– Entering invoices and credits into SAP;

– Keep track of credits owed to the company and ensure all credits are properly applied to vendor payments;

– Reconcile the cheque proposal each cheque run to confirm that all amounts paid were accurate;

– Respond to external vendors and internal managers regarding all aspects of the accounts payable process, including processing invoices for payment, and recording sales tax;

– Research information to provide accurate and timely solutions to internal clients and vendors at all locations;

– Verify the accuracy of vendor invoices and confirm that invoices are supported by the proper authorization in accordance with Company policies;

– Generate payment to vendors on a routine schedule and match the check with backup for review;

– Inspect paid and unpaid invoices including cleared payment inquiries and check voiding to maintain accurate files and records according to company standards;

– Develop and maintain a filing system for financial information, records, and documents to ensure easily available information;

– Monitor account balances, track expenses, and advise if payment is required;

 

Knowledge and Experience: 

 

– Minimum one year of experience in a similar role;

– Strong knowledge of QuickBooks;

– Minimum one year of experience working with SAP;

– Strong ability to work with large amounts of data;


Full Time

Forklift Operator (Raymond Reach)

6:30AM – 2:30PM, 3:30PM – 11:30PM

Forklift Operator (Raymond Reach)

6:30AM – 2:30PM, 3:30PM – 11:30PM

  • $19.50 (morning) – $20.00 (afternoon)
  • Mississauga, ON
  • 6:30AM – 2:30PM, 3:30PM – 11:30PM

  • At least 1-year warehouse experience operating material handling equipment
  • Must have a valid Raymond Reach Forklift License with a minimum of one year of experience 
  • Must be comfortable lifting up to 50lbs
  • Should be able to get hired Full Time after 3 months
  • CSA-approved steel-toed safety shoes, safety vest, and face mask

Full Time

Electric Order Picker Operator

3:15 pm to 11:45 pm

Electric Order Picker Operator

3:15 pm to 11:45 pm

  • $20 per hour
  • Cambridge, Ontario, Canada
  • 3:15 pm to 11:45 pm

Requirements: 

 

  • At least 1-year warehouse experience operating material handling equipment
  • Must have a valid Reach Forklift License with a minimum of one year of experience 
  • Must be comfortable lifting up to 50lbs
  • Criminal Background check must be completed
  • CSA-approved steel-toed safety shoes, safety vest, and face mask

Full Time

Receiving Clerk

7 am to 3:30 pm

Receiving Clerk

7 am to 3:30 pm

  • $18 per hour
  • Cambridge, Ontario, Canada
  • 7 am to 3:30 pm

Job Duties 

 

  • Use Warehouse Management (WM) system to receive shipments electronically
  • Organize BOLs, and packing slips for incoming shipments
  • Use Microsoft Office applications to keep a log of current outstanding shipments
  • Enter data from packing slips into the system to receive shipments
  • Use platforms like Appointment plus (dock appts.) and supplier portal
  •  Keep track of First In First Out (FIFO) by doing visual checks
  •  Answering calls and emails from suppliers and internal departments
  • Investigating partial/incomplete shipments and reaching out to suppliers to fix it
  • Coordinate with the receiving team in the overall flow of operations
  • File and store paperwork in an organized manner
  • Other duties assigned by Inbound supervisors and manager

Full Time

Production Technician

7 am to 7 pm | 7 pm to 7 am

Production Technician

7 am to 7 pm | 7 pm to 7 am

  • $44,000
  • Richmond Hill, Southeast Ontario, Canada
  • 7 am to 7 pm | 7 pm to 7 am

 

Responsibilities: 
 

  • Required to do both productions of liquid dosages and packaging into bottles as well as labeling, cleaning, etc.
     

 

Requirements:
 

  • Continental Rotating 12-hour shifts – Candidates should be flexible with any shifts
     
  • Ability to work for a long term
     
  • Eligibility to work full-time in Canada
     
  • Safety shoes & safety vest
     
  • Able to start ASAP
     

If you are interested in this role, please reply to this job or call us at 647-385-9506.
 

 


 


Full Time

Maintenance SAP Specialist

Maintenance SAP Specialist


  • $42,900 – $62,400
  • Brantford, Ontario, Canada

About the company:
 

Our client is one of the largest Pharmaceuticals corporations in Canada engaged in producing Generic Drugs, been in the market for close to 50 years with over 8000 employees and growing.
 

Job Summary: 
 

Working as a key member of the maintenance team the Planner, Maintenance, will lead the effective planning of the plant maintenance program in an effective manner to reduce unplanned downtime significantly. The incumbent is also responsible for coordinating with the maintenance and purchasing group to manage the inventory of equipment parts and consumables.
 

Job Responsibilities:
 

  • Responsible for the management of the CMMS relating to SAP PM Module to support the Brantford site Maintenance requirements.
     
  • Support group activities to ensure availability of parts for scheduled work orders and Production consumables.
     
  • Collaborate with the Purchasing Group to accurately manage the weekly MRP report for inventoried items.
     
  • Issue required requisitions for non-inventoried items with input from the Equipment Maintenance Specialist.
     
  • Develop and maintain equipment bill of materials (BOM).
     
  • Develop and Maintain inventory materials information to ensure clear specifications relating to ordering information, and material of construction to support Equipment Qualification details.
     
  • Schedule the ordering of inventory items based on the schedule for the demand requirements of each item to reduce the overall inventory from both cost and space requirements.
     
  • Maintain inventory nomenclature and warehouse locations to ensure accuracy and easy accessibility.
     
  • Schedule and maintain a perpetual cycle counting system of inventoried items. Accuracy reports are to be generated to determine the system efficiency.
     
  • Responsible for the printing and distribution of all Maintenance work order requests and the generation, printing, and distribution of all scheduled preventive maintenance documentation.
     
  • Management of all PM Forms, Master Forms, and SOPs through change control for Maintenance with support to Engineering as required.
     
  • Generation of periodic status reports relating to Maintenance Order and PM status, Inventory Management, and others relating to scheduling as required.
     
  • Implement and support training for all groups as it relates to Maintenance SAP use.
     
  • Optimization of SAP use includes utilizing resources, training materials from other groups, development of queries and variants to create efficiencies, and improved oversight in scheduling and planning. 
     
  • Support Maintenance and Engineering change control and deviation initiation through Trackwise and provide status reports upon request. 
     
  • Responsible for ensuring that all maintenance documentation is completed according to GDP & standard operating procedures.
     
  • Regulatory, Customer, and Internal Audit Support relating to Maintenance records.
     
  • To manage the record retention and archival system of Maintenance work orders in a well-labeled, organized manner that enables efficient retrieval.
     
  • Works in a safe manner collaborating as a team member to achieve all outcomes.
     
  • Demonstrate Behaviors that exhibit our organizational Values: Collaboration, Courage, Perseverance, and Passion.
     
  • Ensure personal adherence with all compliance programs including the Global Business Ethics and Compliance Program, Global Quality policies and procedures, Safety and Environment policies, and HR policies.

 

Job Requirements:
 

  • Post-secondary education in a computer-related field preferred, or related experience.
     
  • Advanced computer operating skills with experience using Microsoft products and a proven ability to adapt to learning various computer systems as required.
     
  • Proven ability to work independently and as a member of a team.
     
  • Proven dependable level of knowledge of Departmental SOPs, cGMP compliance, and GDP.
     
  • Minimum two years of experience working with Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS)
     


 


Full Time

Forklift (MHE) Operator

Forklift (MHE) Operator


  • $37,000
  • L’Assomption, Quebec, Canada

About the company:
 

Our client is a strategic supply chain solutions partner for some of the world’s fastest-growing and most recognizable organizations. Over the past 40+ years, they’ve grown into a significant operation of more than 80 sites across North America and Europe and 6,000 team members.
 

Benefits of working with our client:
 

  • Work in an environment where safety is our priority
     
  • The opportunity to build a career with a growing company
     
  • Medical, dental, and vision coverage for you and your family
     
  • Life and disability insurance
     
  • Wellness programs to support your family’s well-being
     
  • A Retirement Savings Program with a company match
     
  • Company team wear allowance
     
  • Employee Appreciation Day
     
  • Company-sponsored social events
     
  • Community volunteering
     

Responsibilities:
 

  • Operate Material Handling Equipment (Counterbalance)
     
  • Move material through the facility as required
     
  • Work in a fast-paced environment building pallets with products to be shipped to fill customer orders
     
  • Moving pallets to correct locations by reading & scanning labels
     
  • Scan product to the pallet using an RF Handheld
     
  • Provide materials to the picking line by physically moving them from stock points along the line, off trailers, and from other storage areas.
     
  • Makes sure to replenish locations with the right product.
     
  • Use RF guns to scan items/boxes used for replenishment
     
  • Documenting the work performed
     
  • Assist in the effective completion of inventory audits
     
  • Stacks pallets in designated areas. Clean up and dispose of scrap bracing, cardboard, and strapping and place in proper containers or designated areas
     

Health & Safety:
 

  • Follow the Occupational Health and Safety Act including Safety, Violence, and Harassment laws
     
  • Work in a healthy and safe manner following Metro’s policies, procedures
     
  • Always wear or use protective equipment
     
  • Report any hazards you find in the workplace to your supervisor
     
  • Must not use or operate equipment in a manner that would endanger yourself or others

     

Requirements:

 

Education:
 

  • High School Diploma
     

Qualifications:
 

  • At least 1-year warehouse experience operating material handling equipment
     
  • Walkie Operator & Counterbalance experience and certification with a proven track record for safety
     
  • Experience with an RF scanner
     
  • Proven communication both written and verbal (French or English)
     
  • Must be capable of sitting, standing, lifting, and walking for extended periods of time
     
  • Able to lift, on average 50 lbs, repetitively and safely
     
  • Experience with a WMS (Warehouse Management System) would be a definite asset

 

Benefits:

 

  • Work in an environment where safety is our first priority
     
  • The opportunity to build a career with a growing company
     
  • Medical, dental, and vision coverage for you and your family
     
  • Life and disability insurance
     
  • Wellness programs to support your family’s well-being
     
  • A Retirement Savings Program with a company match
     
  • Company team wear allowance
     
  • Employee Appreciation Day
     
  • Company-sponsored social events
     
  • Community volunteering
     

Full Time

Inventory Coordinator

7 am to 3 pm | 8 am to 4 pm | 9 am to 5 pm

Inventory Coordinator

7 am to 3 pm | 8 am to 4 pm | 9 am to 5 pm

  • $39,000
  • Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Canada
  • 7 am to 3 pm | 8 am to 4 pm | 9 am to 5 pm

About the company:
 

Our client is one of the leaders in logistics & supply chain solutions. They have over 6000 employees, and 70 locations within North America and Europe. It has been around for close to 60 years.

 

Responsibilities:
 

  • Meeting supply chain objectives.
     
  • Managing inventory and filing systems.
     
  • Performing complete inventory checks of all stock and supplies twice a year.
     
  • Overseeing teams of inventory workers.
     
  • Assessing and improving flows of supplies through companies.
     
  • Ensuring all documentation related to inventory flows is complete, accurate, and filed correctly.
     
  • Identifying, analyzing, and addressing gaps in inventory processes.
     
  • Reporting to management.
     

Benefits: 

 

Why work for our client?
 

  • Great working culture
     
  • Straight shifts
     

After becoming permanent:
 

  • Attractive benefits
     
  • The growth path for career progression
     
  • Extended Health Coverage
     
  • Paid Vacation
     


 


Full Time

Software Architect

Software Architect


  • $150,000
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

About the Company: 

 

Our client is a well-respected leader within the electronic manufacturing space and has customers in over 80 countries. They have been around for over 40 years and have well over 300 employees with offices in the Greater Vancouver Area. They are looking for a Software Architect to support and lead their Product Development team.
 

Scope of Work:
 

  • Provide guidance for product architecture including requirements and design principles.
     
  • Provide technical guidance and coaching to developers.
     
  • Lead the product specifications and design documentation activities.
     
  • Establish security and authentication requirements
     
  • Formalize product requirements (functional and non-functional)
     
  • Ensure architectural framework supports current and future needs.
     
  • Design and define structural components and elements of a specific system
     
  • Develop prototypes options to support technical design
     
  • Lead and drive the systems level architecture
     
  • Act as a checkpoint for conceptual and high-level designs to match requirements
     

Requirements:
 

  • Recent experience as Software Architect on a large-scale software project coupled with a relevant degree.
     
  • Experience designing, architecting, and implementing secure web and cloud applications and software systems, expertise in UML and other modeling methods
     
  • Experience building high availability and saleable cloud, hybrid cloud, and on-premise cross deployment applications
     
  • Knowledge/experience in cybersecurity, open-source technologies
     

Benefits:

 

Why work for our client?
 

  • Competitive base pay
     
  • Bonus
     
  • Sign-on bonus
     
  • RRSP
     
  • Extended Health benefits
     
  • Onsite fitness center/gym memberships
     
  • Service Awards
     
  • Personal development budget
     

Full Time

Reach Truck & Warehouse Associate

Reach Truck & Warehouse Associate


  • $47,000
  • Brampton, Ontario, Canada

About the Company:
 

Our client is North America’s leading floor and wall covering distributors with over 80 years of industry presence, with unionized environment, continuing to grow and thrive in the global markets. An amazing opportunity to work, grow and thrive with this outstanding Canadian company for those passionate and experienced with the forklift, warehousing – Reach trucks.
 

Responsibilities: 
 

  • Order Fillers – responsible for picking customer orders
     
  • Either full pallets or cases of flooring products
     
  • Order Fillers will operate Material Handling Equipment (MHE) – Raymond Reach, & Counter-Balance and order picker machines.
     
  • MHE training is provided by the company
     
  • Due to the nature of flooring, heavy lifting is a requirement – up to 50 lb cases of product throughout the day on an intermittent basis
     

Requirements:
 

  • Must be flexible and adaptable to switch departments based on the business needs
     
  • Must follow a good housekeeping etiquette
     
  • Must have safety boots
     
  • Preferred 2-4 years of experience with a valid license
     

Benefits:

 

  • 3 months probation
     
  • $20.28/hour – first 90 days
     
  • Progressive pay rate
     
  • Great working culture
     

After probation period (after 90 days)
 

  • $24.08/hour – after 90 days
     
  • Paid Vacation – 2 weeks 
     
  • Up to 8 emergency paid leave/sick days
     
  • Extended Health, Dental & Vision coverage
  • Be a part of unionized environment
     
  • Many more benefits
     

Full Time

Supply Chain Manager

Supply Chain Manager


  • $100,000
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

About the Client: 
 

Our client is a Transportation, Logistics, and Storage company with its head office in western Canada and well over 200 employees. It has been around for over 30 years and growing. They are looking for a Supply Chain Manage to support them.
 

Scope of Work:
 

  • Manage departmental budget
     
  • Support customers with solutions to logistics and inventory planning
     
  • Support in BD activities including participation in RFP and negotiating rates with customers
     
  • Recruit, train and develop staff to meet goals.
     
  • Ensure compliance with departmental policies
     

Requirements:
 

  • Experience as a Supply Chain Manager or similar
     
  • Excellent negotiation skills to determine optimal pricing/rates for customers
     
  • Leadership / Managerial experience with KPI and performance management expertise
     
  • Inventory planning and forecasting experience with cost analysis expertise
     
  • Experience in SAP, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
     

Education
 

  • Relevant educational background
     

Benefits:

  • Great working culture
  • Attractive benefits


 


Full Time

Talent Acquisition Manager

Talent Acquisition Manager


  • $100,000
  • Scarborough, Ontario, Canada

Scope of Work:

 

1.    Drive Recruitment: Manage and lead recruiters and drive proactive hiring strategies and processes; manage recruitment activities in a high volume/niche-specific, fast-paced environment, with a focus on quality delivery; Maintain effective recruitment technology (ATS) and related tools optimally; Proactively lead periodic audits of all recruitment activities. 
 

2.    Manage Relationships: Build and maintain relationships with internal customers and external recruitment agencies; network through industry contacts, association memberships, trade groups and employees; develop and manage partnerships and processes to support high volume of agency/temporary supply pools.
 

3.    Manage Social Media: Manage all social media presence, university partnerships, and other community contacts such that the organization is visible and recognized as a top employer.
 

4.    Process Improvement: Research, develop and implement recruitment testing and assessments for selecting suitable candidates; develop hiring forecast based on analysis of recruitment and attrition data; maintain templates and/or tools to foster standardization in the organization; maintain templates and/or tools to foster standardization in the organization.
 

Requirements:
 

  • Recruitment experience within challenging Manufacturing environments
     
  • Experience leading teams and ability to mentor and coach recruiters
     
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
     
  • Exceptional networking and negotiation skills
     
  • Professional communication skills with the ability to assert one’s self when appropriate and necessary
     

Benefits:

 

Why work for our client?
 

  • Competitive base pay
     
  • Bonus
     
  • Extended Health benefits
     


 


Full Time

Logistics Coordinator

Logistics Coordinator


  • $55,000
  • Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

About the company:
 

Our client manufactures residential and industrial, sectional garage doors. It has been around for well over 120 years and has over 200 employees and growing.
 

Scope of Work: 
 

Reporting to the Shipping Supervisor the Logistics Coordinator ensures that all logistics are handled effectively and that trucks are scheduled to meet shipping needs. Logistics Coordinator creates successful relationships with trucking companies, shipping personnel, customer service, and all other company employees.
 

Responsibilities:
 

  • Schedule transportation services considering business demands and availability of trucks prior to deployment of services; Work with shipping staff loading, delivery, pick-ups, and orders for trucks Ensure shipments are CPTAT compliant
     
  • Coordinate truck confirmation and carriers; work with shipping staff and management to ensure smooth deliveries and pick-ups. Track trucks and follow up with dealers to ensure delivery was received and that they are satisfied with the service provided
     
  • Negotiate price, ensure accurate billing, and resolve discrepancies
     
  • Prepare freight/transportation-related reports
     
  • Prepare Customs Documentation for International Shipments
     
  • Complete required H&S training Comply with all Health & Safety policies and procedures participate fully in ensuring R-W is a safe place to work
     

Requirements:

 

  • Computer Skills (MS Word, Excel, E-mail)
     
  • An inventory management system required
     
  • SYSPRO experience is desirable
     
  • Canada & US Customs knowledge
     
  • Load planning experience
     
  • High School Diploma
     

Benefits:

 

What’s in it for me?
 

  • Great company culture
     
  • Competitive compensation
     
  • Profit sharing
     
  • Paid time off
     
  • Opportunity for growth
     
  • Monday to Friday work schedule
     

Full Time

Hardware Systems Architect

Hardware Systems Architect


  • $130,000
  • Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

About the Client: 

 

Our client is a well-respected leader within the electronic manufacturing space and has customers in over 80 countries. They have been around for over 40 years and have well over 300 employees with offices in the Greater Vancouver Area.
 

Scope of Work:
 

  • Develop a project plan/roadmap, define, document, and present the requirements, and develop project proposals demonstrating efforts required for Hardware platforms.
     
  • Lead the development and/or maintenance of hardware platforms in addition to designing standard reference designs; build and maintain a library of standard circuits for the hardware development team.
     
  • Stay up to date on new technology and automation industry trends and periodically update the rest of the company on new innovations.
     
  • Perform competitive analysis of other products in our industry.
     
  • Perform the role of a Sr Hardware Designer for product development.

 

Requirements:

 

  • Over 10 years of experience in electronics hardware design and development, from concept to mass production and release; experience with component and technology selection.
     
  • Expertise in design for manufacturability, testability, reliability, high-speed (DDR3/4, Ethernet 10/100/1000Mb) and wireless design (Wifi, BT, LoRA, ZigBee); experience in designing for regulatory certification (UL, CE, FCC).
     
  • Embedded FW Development including embedded Linux, board bring-up of embedded Linux systems, interfacing Linux microprocessor with other peripherals.
     

Education
 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics or Electrical Engineering.

     

Benefits:

 

Why work for our client?
 

  • Competitive Salary
     
  • RRSP matching
     
  • Extended healthcare plan
     
  • Family-oriented benefits
     
  • Bonuses
     
  • Sabbatical
     
  • Fitness-related benefits
     
  • Company-funded personal development budget
     
  • Sign-in bonus for this vacancy
     


 


Full Time

Presales Engineer – Power Electronics

Presales Engineer – Power Electronics


  • $130,000
  • Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

About the Client: 
 

Our client is a well-respected leader within the electronic manufacturing space and has customers in over 80 countries. They have been around for over 40 years and have well over 300 employees with offices in the Greater Vancouver Area. They are looking for a Field Sales Engineer to support Presales Solution Development activities in coordination with the business group.

 

Scope of Work:
 

  • Presales activities, product specifications, and solution design accelerate the sales procedure.
     
  • Manage relationships with key OEM/ODM customers to engage early design in jobs.
     
  • Work closely with HQs and Factory in Asia to follow project status and collaborate with sales staff, engineers, and product managers for obtaining accurate information on application usage, system operations, and product management.
     
  • Prepare a detailed schedule regarding the project specification; perform the desired tests and installation procedures:
     
  • Design the training material involved in the technical field training and assist in providing field training to the sales team.
     
  • Conduct research on market trends in field application and analyze the emerging trends for recommending new application engineering products and maintain a high degree of technical knowledge.
     

Requirements:

 

  • Professional experience as a Field Applications Engineer, Presales Solutions Engineer, or similar role 
     
  • Experience with Power Electronics
     
  • Capacity to identify risks and raise issues to relevant stakeholders
     
  • Effective communication and presentation skills including use of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
     

Education
 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in electrical engineering is required
     

 

Benefits:

 

Why work for our client? 
 

  • Competitive base pay, RRSP, Annual Bonus
     
  • Extended Health benefits
     
  • Onsite fitness center/gym memberships
     
  • Service Awards
     
  • Personal development budget
     


 


Full Time

Maintenance Technician II

Day shift

Maintenance Technician II

Day shift

  • $60,000 – $76,000
  • Bradford, Ontario, Canada
  • Day shift

About the Client: 

 

Our client is a licensed producer of pharmaceutical products. It has been around for over 8 years and has over 700 employees and growing.
 

Responsibilities: 
 

  • Respond to production issues in a timely manner and make quick decisions
     
  • Be responsible for repairing, maintaining, and performing preventative maintenance on all types of equipment
     
  • Keep all equipment in a good working condition consistent with current SOPs
     
  • Inspect and test machinery and equipment
     
  • Safely operate all required equipment and tools including standard shop safety processes
     
  • Make parts to support equipment repair and improvements
     
  • Utilize blueprints, sketches, descriptions, experience, and support from Engineering and other sources of technical support to accomplish tasks.
     
  • Utilize precision measuring tools to verify parts, components and details are dimensionally correct.
     
  • Work independently to service various internal customers.
     

Requirements:

 

  • A High school diploma/GED with a Machine Tool Technology Associates Degree, or completion of Millwright/Mechanic Apprenticeship program or equivalent experience
     
  • Experience with/in pressure systems, small, automated packaging equipment, and the food or pharmaceutical industry
     
  • Experience with all standard Millwright/Mechanical equipment
     
  • Must possess welding experience and/or appropriate
     
  • Experience with piping systems including Swagelok, Parker A-Lok
     
  • ​Thorough Pneumatic systems knowledge
     

Benefits:

 

  • Pay scale: $60000 – $76000 annually ($39/hr. forTicketed and $31/hr. for Non-Ticketed)
     
  • Competitive Afternoon Premium
     
  • Fast-paced environment with a great team
     
  • Extended Health Benefits
     
  • Annual Personal/Health Spending Account
     
  • Annual Medical Cannabis Coverage
     
  • Safety Boot Allowance
     
  • Group RRSP and DPSP Plan
     
  • Annual Performance Bonus
    Professional Developmental Opportunities
  • Paid Training and Education programs
     
  • Flexibility: You will enjoy a flexible work environment that is the perfect blend of work and fun! With flexible working hours compressed work weeks to paid sick and vacation time, you will be empowered to achieve a work-life balance.
     
  • Total rewards: The Company will motivate you to go above and beyond with a competitive salary or hourly wage (with shift premiums), stock options, an RRSP program, annual bonuses, and a health and personal care spending account for you to use for gym memberships, ski passes or staycations.
     
  • Benefits: The Company will foster your health and wellness (and your dependents) with the employee benefits package including – employer-paid health and dental care premiums, life insurance, and LTD policies, and a medical cannabis coverage program, designed exclusively for our A-Team, that will provide you with $3,000 of coverage each year (because we truly believe cannabis is the best medicine). 
     
  • Life-long learning: The Company is a lifelong learner and will invest in your professional development throughout all aspects of your career! You will have access to a tuition assistance program, virtual learning activities, and annual performance reviews, to ensure you are provided with the toolkit and support you need to succeed.
     
  • Perks: The Company loves to celebrate its people by providing corporate perks including employee discounts, propolis memberships, company SWAG, paid volunteer time, modern technology, and snacks and beverages at all their office locations.
     
  • Team: The Company is a diverse and global team of cannabis enthusiasts, energetic innovators, fitness gurus, caring parents, foodies, and more, with a collective passion to nurture an inclusive environment that helps you grow and provide people better days with medical cannabis.
     


 


Full Time

Warehouse Associate

10 am to 6:30 pm | 7 pm to 5 am

Warehouse Associate

10 am to 6:30 pm | 7 pm to 5 am

  • $17 per hour
  • Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
  • 10 am to 6:30 pm | 7 pm to 5 am

Requirements:

 

  • Ability to work for a long term
  • Eligibility to work full-time in Canada
  • Safety shoes & safety vest
  • Able to start ASAP

Full Time

Software Engineer

Software Engineer


  • $85,000
  • Richmond, British Columbia, Canada

 

Scope of Work: 

 

  • Design and implement robust software solutions to support our manufacturing facilities
  • Participate in the full software development life cycle
  • Work with other team members on cross-functional team tasks and projects
  • Come up with ideas and solutions to raise the bar and to support new initiatives
  • Maintain legacy applications
  • Maintain software build systems
  • Mentor junior developers or co-ops

 

Essential Qualifications:
 

  • University degree or equivalent in Computer Science, Engineering, or related field
  • 3+ years industry experience in software development
  • Professional experience with C# and Microservices architecture
  • Familiarity with DevOps and CI/CD pipeline
  • Experience with SQL or NoSQL databases such as MySQL and Elasticsearch
  • Experience with web frontend and framework such as Angular or React
  • Solid knowledge of OOP principles
  • Effective verbal and written communication
  • Excellent analytical and debugging skills
     

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Extensive experience with C# / .NET
  • Familiarity with performance tuning
  • Experience with scripting languages
  • Experience with software architecture design
  • Experience with leading junior developers or co-ops
     

Interpersonal Skills:

  • Self-motivated with strong desire to learn
  • Confident and take responsibility seriously
  • Take pride in your work
  • Collaborative and respectful mindset

Full Time

Forklift Operator

7:00 am to 3:30 pm

Forklift Operator

7:00 am to 3:30 pm

  • $19.50 per hour
  • Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
  • 7:00 am to 3:30 pm

Requirements: 

 

  • At least 1-year warehouse experience operating material handling equipment
  • Valid Reach Operator License
  • Must be comfortable lifting up to 50lbs
  • Focused on productivity, quality, and accuracy
  • Without compromise, maintain a safe and clean workplace
  • Need: CSA approved steel-toed safety shoes, safety vest and face mask. 
  • Must have valid Forklift License with min one year experience
  • Criminal Background checks must be completed
  • Should be able to get hired as a full-time employee in 3 months

Full Time

General Labourer

7:00 am to 3:30 pm

General Labourer

7:00 am to 3:30 pm

  • $16.50 per hour
  • Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
  • 7:00 am to 3:30 pm

Requirements: 

 

  • Safety shoes and safety vest are must.
  • Need to go through a background check process.
  • Eligibility to work full-time in Canada. 

 

Duties & Responsibilities: 

 

  • Need to deal with Car parts and heavy lifting involved.
  • Load, unload and move materials.
  • Perform other material handling activities such as counting, weighing, sorting, packing and unpacking.
  • Perform other activities, such as opening containers and crates, filling warehouse orders, assisting in taking inventory and weighing and checking materials.
  • Prepares orders by processing requests and supply orders; pulling materials; packing boxes; placing orders in the delivery area.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Full Time

Warehouse Associate

10 am to 7 pm

Warehouse Associate

10 am to 7 pm

  • $19 per hour
  • Delta, British Columbia, Canada
  • 10 am to 7 pm

Requirements: 

 

  • Eligible to work full-time in Canada
  • Safety Shoes & Vest
  • Reliable Transportation (Location is not transit accessible)
  • Experience not required, training to be provided

 

Responsibilities and Duties:

 

  • Move inventory and materials across the facility
  • Sort, organize and store inventory
  • Able to lift up to 50lbs
  • Loading & Unloading merchandise
  • Strapping & Cleaning

Full Time

Forklift Operator (Walkie and Reach Operators)

7 am to 3 pm | 3 pm to 11 pm

Forklift Operator (Walkie and Reach Operators)

7 am to 3 pm | 3 pm to 11 pm

  • $19 per hour + Shift Premium
  • Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
  • 7 am to 3 pm | 3 pm to 11 pm

Experience of (VOICE PICKING 1) year is mandatory. This role requires an individual who is flexible enough to work as a contract employee with the added benefit of becoming a contract-to-hire employee under the employer’s discretion and based on performance reviews.

 

Responsibilities & Duties: 

 

  • Receive and check incoming pick tickets
  • Retrieve orders according to quantity, size etc. ensuring accuracy
  • Build pallets with orders and position them to loading docks
  • Wrap orders before loading on trucks
  • Re-stock inventory manually or with warehouse equipment
  • Keep records of completed orders
  • Maintain equipment and report on malfunctions
  • Adhere to health & safety policies and quality standards
  • Must be comfortable working in a fast paced environment
  • Excellent reliability – punctuality and attendance
  • Able to read and write in English
  • Great attention to detail
  • Warehouse experienced preferred 

Requirements:

 

  • Valid certification to operate Walkie 
  • Excellent physical condition, should be able to lift 50lbs
  • Attention to detail and familiarity with industrial equipment
  • Prior warehouse/production/equipment service experience preferred
  • Covid clearance required
  • Previous exp., safety shoes, safety vest

 

Why work with us?

Room for growth/Temp to Perm potential contract

 


Full Time

Forklift Operator (Raymond Reach)

Mon to Fri 6 am to 2 pm | Wed to Sat 6 am to 4 pm

Forklift Operator (Raymond Reach)

Mon to Fri 6 am to 2 pm | Wed to Sat 6 am to 4 pm

  • $19.50 per hour + $2 Attandance Bonus
  • Milton, Ontario, Canada
  • Mon to Fri 6 am to 2 pm | Wed to Sat 6 am to 4 pm

Requirements:

 

  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs with no restrictions. 
  • Knowledge of warehouse processes including, receiving, order picking, shipping and inventory control. 
  • Valid certification to operate forklifts (Raymond Reach)
  • Excellent physical condition and coordination
  • Prior warehouse/production/equipment service experience preferred
  • Covid clearance required
  • CSA approved safety shoes, safety vest

Full Time

General Labourer

4:30 pm to 2:30 am

General Labourer

4:30 pm to 2:30 am

  • $16.50 per hour
  • Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
  • 4:30 pm to 2:30 am

Requirements: 

 

  • Eligible to work full-time in Canada
  • Safety Shoes & Vest
  • Reliable Transportation (Location is not transit accessible)
  • Experience not required, training to be provided

 

Responsibilities and Duties:

 

  • Packaging and labeling
  • Operating hand tools
  • Sort, organize and store inventory
  • Able to lift up to 50lbs

Full Time

Reach Truck & Dockstocker

6 am to 2:30 pm

Reach Truck & Dockstocker

6 am to 2:30 pm

  • $19.50 per hour
  • Delta, British Columbia, Canada
  • 6 am to 2:30 pm

Requirements:

 

  • Valid Forklift Ticket – Class #2  – Experience with Dockstocker
  • Safety shoes and vest
  • 6+ months of experience operating forklifts
  • Reliable means of commute 

 

Responsibilities: 

 

  • General duties involving physical handling of products, materials, supplies, and equipment.
  • Perform general maintenance.
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory and company policies and procedures. 
  • Actively communicate with supervisors and operators to effectively handle material and notify them of problems/concerns.
  • Promote a clean, safe and positive work environment.