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    General Labour/CNC machining
    start of wage schedule: $19/hr
    End of wage schedule: $32-34.50 depending on position
    VERY good benefits
    Defined Contribution Pension Plan (capped @ 5% of gross earnings)
    unionized environment
    CNC/manufacturing experience is a plus

    Located on South Sheridan way between Winston Churchill and Southdown.

  • #2
    Originally posted by SeanAvery2point0 View Post
    General Labour/CNC machining
    start of wage schedule: $19/hr
    End of wage schedule: $32-34.50 depending on position
    VERY good benefits
    Defined Contribution Pension Plan (capped @ 5% of gross earnings)
    unionized environment
    CNC/manufacturing experience is a plus

    Located on South Sheridan way between Winston Churchill and Southdown.
    No thanks, not interested. Doesn't really pay much.

    Don't you have to be a sponsor to advertise jobs?
    "Confusion" will be my epitaph
    ...Iggy

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Ignatius Reilly View Post
      No thanks, not interested. Doesn't really pay much.
      Don't you have to be a sponsor to advertise jobs?
      What Ya talking about, and since when?
      Everybody advertises jobs in this forum.
      We should all be thankful that they do, and I am sure those looking for work are very happy about that.
      plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose

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      • #4
        Originally posted by 4underthru9 View Post

        What Ya talking about, and since when?
        Everybody advertises jobs in this forum.
        We should all be thankful that they do, and I am sure those looking for work are very happy about that.
        +1 Thanks for posting OP

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Ignatius Reilly View Post

          No thanks, not interested. Doesn't really pay much.

          Don't you have to be a sponsor to advertise jobs?
          The starting wage for new hires isn't great, but it's a 10% annual raise for 5 years until union members are at the top end of the wage schedule.

          $64,000/yr gross earnings isn't bad after 5 years. Its a good opportunity for those coming out of highschool who can't afford or qualify for post secondary, as well as anybody who has felt the crunch in the manufacturing sector over the last few years.

          $1 prescriptions
          $350/2 yrs for vision + cost of semi annual eye exam
          $110/6 months for dental cleaning (unsure coverage for major dental work, I think it is 60% of cost)
          $600/yr paramedical (chiropractic, acupuncture, massage therapy, etc.)
          $100k life insurance

          2 weeks vacation to start @
          3 weeks after 5 years service @
          4 weeks after 10 years service@
          5 weeks after 17 years service @ 10%
          6 weeks after 25 years service @ 13%


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          • #6
            Thanks for posting ,I can't see how anyone can say it doesn't pay well given the inclusive benefits.

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            • #7
              Contact me thanks. What shift and hours?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by SeanAvery2point0 View Post
                General Labour/CNC machining
                start of wage schedule: $19/hr
                End of wage schedule: $32-34.50 depending on position
                VERY good benefits
                Defined Contribution Pension Plan (capped @ 5% of gross earnings)
                unionized environment
                CNC/manufacturing experience is a plus

                Located on South Sheridan way between Winston Churchill and Southdown.
                Thanks for posting here ,I hope you get someone from the forun

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Ignatius Reilly View Post

                  Don't you have to be a sponsor to advertise jobs?
                  It's in the Job Forum, so anyone can post. And, I'd like to see more of these, given the employment market now. TGN is often a great place to find people, so let's help each other out.
                  – Greg

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by tomslick View Post
                    Contact me thanks. What shift and hours?
                    The posting is about a year old. We have a few people retiring in the next 2 months and will be replacing them (and maybe more).

                    Most positions are 2 shifts: 7-330 and 330-midnight

                    one department is 3 shifts: 11pm-7am, 7am-3pm, 3pm-11pm

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                    • #11
                      Is that 3 shifts - The 28 day one - 7on/2off - 7on/2off - 7on/3off cycle ?
                      plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by 4underthru9 View Post
                        Is that 3 shifts - The 28 day one - 7on/2off - 7on/2off - 7on/3off cycle ?
                        Yes sir

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by tomslick View Post
                          Contact me thanks. What shift and hours?
                          Just a suggestion, but maybe _you_ contact him and inquire.

                          The “Yeah, I saw your job ad...plz contact me” mentality doesn’t exactly come across as highly motivated.

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                          • #14
                            Thank you for posting. Not everybody qualifies for TGN-esque moneyed positions. Somebody has to do the work many others feel is beneath them. It is good to see that a decent job and salary can still be found for those who need it. It is very refreshing to see an employer paying a salary commensurate with the times.

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                            • #15
                              Quite frankly in the current job market in Ontario those appear to be good jobs.

                              Permanent, full-time with, benefits. Studies estimate that currently over 30% of workers are employed either in part-time, temporary or contract jobs. The majority of which do not provide benefits or offer/guarantee full-time or regular hours.

                              Thanks for posting.

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