Stanfield’s Limited Truro
Stanfield’s Limited is a leading Canadian garment manufacturer known for being fashion forward, technologically advanced, and for keeping the majority of their production here in Canada. Located in beautiful Truro, Stanfield’s remains a leader in their field by taking pride in their products and their ability to adapt and stay ahead of the consumer market. We are currently looking for :
Sewing Machine Operators
Stanfield’s Limited it looking for people to join our Sewing Production team. Sewing experience is an asset; however, we do provide on the job training. We are looking to train people on various sewing machines to produce garments such as: Men’s Briefs, Ladies’ Underwear, T-Shirts, Fire Hoods and Winter Underwear. Operators may be trained on sewing machines such as: Flatlock Machine, Hemmer, Serger, Tacker, Button Hole and Button Sew, Coverstitch among others.
The ideal candidate:
- Takes pride in making a good quality product while still meeting production deadlines.
- Must be able to work independently.
- Must have good hand-eye coordination.
- Must be able to sit for full work shift each day.
- Must have manual dexterity.
- Must be able to work in a Fast-paced environment.
- Must be able to distinguish between all colors.
Reports to: Sewing Production Manager
Hours of work: Monday to Friday 7:40 am to 4:00 pm
Education and Training:
- High School Diploma is required.
- Sewing experience is an asset.
For more information and to submit your resume please contact Angela Preyde – email@example.com
4th Class Power Engineer
Full-Time Seasonal role (6 months each year).
*Please note that the right candidate may have the opportunity to become full-time year round.
The ideal candidate will start in mid-October and work until mid-April.
The role requires shift work.
The candidate must have completed their Fourth Class Power Engineer certificate.
Operate automated or computerized control systems. Monitor and inspect plant equipment. Troubleshoot; perform corrective action or minor repairs as required. Perform routine maintenance and clean and lubricate machinery and components. Maintain daily log of operations, maintenance and safety activities. Write plant or building operation reports as required. Assist in the development of operations, maintenance and safety procedures as required. Conduct water testing. Conduct basic maintenance as required and directed by the Chief Engineer and Plant Maintenance Manager.
Please apply with a cover letter and resume to Dave Smith, Chief Engineer and Plant Maintenance Manager at: firstname.lastname@example.org by September 7th, 2018.
In your cover letter please summarize your qualifications and salary range expectations.