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This unit group includes labourers, not elsewhere classified, who perform material handling, clean-up, packaging and other elemental activities in processing, manufacturing and utilities. They are employed by companies that manufacture products such as clothing, footwear, furniture and electrical and electronic products and by printing and packaging companies.
bindery helper, box packer, carton marker, chair sander, clothing plant labourer, electrical products labourer, film cutter – film processing, furniture packer, garment folder, labourer, shoe manufacturing, lens blocker, packager, machine, seed packager, sorter, recyclable materials, upholsterer helper.
- Transport raw materials, finished products and equipment throughout plant manually or using powered equipment
- Check and weigh materials and products
- Sort, pack, crate and package materials and products
- Assist machine operators, assemblers and other workers
- Clean work areas and equipment
- Perform other labouring and elemental activities.
St. John's, Mount Pearl, Arnold's Cove, Bay Roberts, Bishop's Cove, Carbonear, Conception Bay South, Gulch, Gull Island, Harbour Grace, North River, Spaniard's Bay, Torbay, Upper Island Cove, Wabana, Birchy Nap, Chamberlains, Codner, Doyles, Foxtrap, Goulds, Greeleytown, Kelligrews, Lance Cove, Lawrence Pond, Manuels, Newton, North Pond Heights, Peachytown, Riverdale, Talcville, Topsail, Upper Gullies
Jobs for Other Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities in Avalon Peninsula Region
Job opportunities from Job Bank and contributing job sites are updated daily.
There are 4 job postings in Avalon Peninsula Region.
|Date Posted||Job Title||Employer||Location||Source|
|2013-05-21||Factory Labourer - Manufacturing||Terra Nova Shoes||
|2013-05-16||General Labourer - Manufacturing||Norampac Newfoundland||
|2013-05-07||Packaging Line Worker||Brtiish Group||
|2013-04-24||Sorter, Recyclable Materials||SOUTHERN SHORE RECYCLING DEPOT||
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Job postings can be found in many places: on the Internet, on community bulletin boards, at job fairs or in newspaper
help wanted sections.
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