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Woodworking machine operators set up, program and operate one or more woodworking machines to fabricate or repair wooden parts for furniture, fixtures or other wood products. They are employed in furniture, fixture and other wood products manufacturing establishments.
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- Set up, program and operate one or more computer numerically controlled (CNC) or manual woodworking machines such as saws, moulders, lathes, routers, planers, edgers, pressing machines, shapers, drills and sanders to fabricate or repair wooden parts for furniture, fixtures and other wood products
- Operate gluing machines to glue pieces of wood together or press and affix wood veneer to wood surfaces
- Operate preset special-purpose woodworking machines to fabricate wood products such as coat hangers, mop handles, clothes pins and other products
- Read and interpret specifications or follow verbal instructions
- May clean and lubricate equipment, and replace parts as necessary.
Jobs for Woodworking Machine Operators in Centre-du-Québec Region
Job opportunities from Job Bank and contributing job sites are updated daily.
There are 5 job postings in Centre-du-Québec Region.
|Date Posted||Job Title||Employer||Location||Source|
|2013-05-17||automatic nailing machine operator - woodworking||LES ENTREPRISES INTERCO INC.||
|2013-05-14||wood sander - woodworking||Ghislain, Viens||
|2013-05-03||edge bander operator - woodworking||GESTION P.M.-O. INC.||
|2013-05-03||computer numerically controlled (CNC) band saw operator||GESTION P.M.-O. INC.||
|2013-04-30||saw operator - woodworking||INDUSTRIES JL Mélam||
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