Are you looking to develop your career in Bindery in Print Manufacturing? This is fantastic opportunity to be a Bindery Helper on some of the most advanced bindery equipment in Canada! The Bindery Helper is responsible for completing bindery work in preparation for shipping directly to our customers.
This position is working within the York Bookbinders facility.
Must follow work instructions and be able to read and write in English
Basic math and problem solving skills required
Ability to work 8 hour shifts on a rotating basis (days, afternoon, nights)
Previous relevant job experience in manufacturing setting
Handwork experience would be an asset
Secondary/High School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent
Excellent ability to stay organized and pay attention to details
Works well in a team environment
Sound decision making skills
Depth of knowledge and skill in bindery processes
Being a key quality monitor.
Label cartons and check the books to ensure the correct amount is being packaged.
Fill out skid cards when they are being used.
Ensuring quality while packing the cartons.
Oversee piling and delivering of books to check that everything is correctly sent out to customers.
Assist with maintenance responsibilities as required.
Other duties as assigned.
Please submit your cover letter and resume to email@example.com noting the job title. Only those selected for interview consideration will be contacted.
Marquis encourages applications from all qualified candidates. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, should you require accommodation in the interview and selection process please provide your accommodation needs in advance. You may also be required to submit adequate medical/other documentation to Human Resources to support your request for accommodation.
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