Our client is looking for full-time ongoing workers for their food processing plant in Waterloo.  They offer straight shifts and once hired on they offer profit sharing, benefits and much more!  All safety equipment provided, no safety shoes needed, and their location is bus accessible.

Day – 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
Afternoon – 3:00 pm – 11:30 pm

Salary: $14.50 + 4% Vacation pay on each pay cheque


– Experience working in a manufacturing facility is an asset (food production
– Comfortable working with meat products (chicken, beef, pork) in a refrigerated warehouse setting.
– No jewellery, fake nails or non-removable piercings may be worn in the facility.

This is a VERY heavy role that requires overhead and repetitive lifting – up to 50 lbs.

If you’re looking for a job with an AMAZING company, then don’t delay. You could start work right away!!


Grand River Personnel is committed to promoting accessibility for Ontarians with disabilities and complying with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, and makes accommodations available for applicants with disabilities in its recruitment processes.  When an applicant for employment is chosen to participate in an assessment and/or the selection process, reasonable accommodations are available upon request in relation to the materials or processes to be used.


PLEASE come into our office at 842 Victoria Street North, Unit #16, Kitchener. We accept registrations from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm. Please bring with you 1 piece of photo ID, proof of your SIN# and your current resume. Please allow to be here for 1.5 – 2 hours during this time you will receive a personal interview with one of our amazing recruiters and we can share with you all of our wonderful job opportunities.

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OR E-mail your resume to : leanne@grandriverpersonnel.ca

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