Food Production & Packaging

Updated: Apr 1

$15.00/hr | Rotating shifts | Shift premiums | Niagara-on-the-Lake


Our Niagara-on-the-Lake food production client is in need of workers. Position can potentially start part-time with 1-2 scheduled shifts per weeks, on-call as needed, or full-time with 5-6 shifts weekly, dependent on client's needs at the time of job offer. Must be available for rotating shifts (days, afternoons and nights) Monday-Friday. Position pays $15.00/hr to start with shift premiums. Own transportation is preferred, but may be able to arrange carpooling from St. Catharines. Opportunity for full-time hire is high with this client.

What You’ll Be Doing:

  • Working on a fast-paced food production line

  • Packing finished product into packaging

  • Monitoring product for quality, food safety, customer and client standards

  • Stacking product onto pallets

  • Assisting with clean up of the facility

  • Performing other duties as specified by the supervisor

Minimum Requirements:

  • Must be 16+ years of age

  • Ability to work in a cool environment

  • Have good attention to detail

  • Ability to follow verbal instructions

  • Ability to work independently or in a team

  • Reliable, energetic & hardworking with a positive attitude

  • Personal protective equipment including steel-toed safety footwear, smock, gloves, hair and/or beard net, and face mask, is required at all times.

  • Knowledge of GMP & HACCP Food Safety is an asset, but not required

** NOTE ** This facility is a food manufacturing facility. Nuts or nut products, perfumes/body sprays or other heavy scented products, cell phones, jewellery and loose clothing are not permitted in the production area.


** COVID-19 considerations ** To keep workers as safe as possible, there is a mandatory temperature check daily before each shift. Sign-in is mandatory and everyone who does not pass will have to quarantine and provide negative Covid-19 test results before returning to work.


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