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At Athletica Sport Systems Inc., we look for employees that strive for excellence in everything they do.

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  • General Labour - Production/Assembly


    POSITION DESCRIPTION

     

    Reporting to the Plant Manager and working at our Waterloo facility, Production/Assembly workers are responsible for fabrication and assembly of various parts and products to meet production plan.  This is a summer contract position for approximately May through August with possibility of either full time hire or continuation of employment on a part time basis for dedicated candidates.

     

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Clean and complete regular safety inspections of tools, equipment, and storage areas in order to ensure compliance with safety regulations and housekeeping standards.
    • Work collaboratively with production team members under direction of Plant Manager and Team Leads to fabricate hockey dasher boards, indoor soccer panels, and other custom parts as required.
    • Inspect fabricated parts for compliance to quality standards and complete all required paperwork.

     

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS

     

    Knowledge, Experience, and/or Technical Skills:

    • Previous work experience in a manufacturing or assembly environment an asset.
    • Previous fabrication experience with plastics/acrylic, aluminum, or steel is an asset.
    • Hands on with mechanical aptitude and familiarity with operating power tools such as drills, routers, and saws and hand tools such as tape measures, clamps, and utility knives.
    • Must be able to read and interpret engineering shop drawings in order to fabricate parts to correct dimensions.

     

    Other Competencies:

    • Strong communication skills in English, both verbal and written. 
    • Excellent organizational skills in a multi-tasking environment with attention to detail.
    • Results-oriented individual with strong team working ability and desire to learn.

     

    Physical Requirements & Hours of Work:

    • Frequently required to stand and reach with hands and arms. Must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Must assist in team lifts for heavier or awkward parts.
    • Occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and power tools.
    • PPE requirement – CSA green safety shoes/boots, protective eyewear (provided), gloves (provided) and hearing protection (provided).
    • Both dayshift and nightshift opportunities available, although majority of training will occur on dayshift before transferring to nightshift.
    • Overtime available through extended shift hours and/or additional shifts on weekends.
  • General Labour - Metal/Fabrication


    POSITION DESCRIPTION

     

    Reporting to the Plant Manager and working at our Waterloo facility, metal prep/fab workers are responsible for cutting, bending, milling, and punching both aluminum and steel to fabricate various parts as well as grinding welds.  This is a summer contract position for approximately May through August with possibility of either full time hire or continuation of employment on a part time basis for dedicated candidates.

     

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Clean and complete regular safety inspections of tools, equipment, and storage areas in order to ensure compliance with safety regulations and housekeeping standards.
    • Work collaboratively with production team members under direction of Plant Manager and Team Leads to fabricate custom parts as required.
    • Inspect fabricated parts for compliance to quality standards and complete all required paperwork.

     

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS

     

    Knowledge, Experience, and/or Technical Skills:

    • Previous work experience in a manufacturing or metal fabrication environment an asset.
    • Hands on with mechanical aptitude and familiarity with operating equipment such as benders, milling machines, punches, saws, and grinders as well as hand tools such as tape measures, clamps, and utility knives.
    • Must be able to read and interpret engineering shop drawings in order to fabricate parts to correct dimensions.

     

    Other Competencies:

    • Strong communication skills in English, both verbal and written. 
    • Excellent organizational skills in a multi-tasking environment with attention to detail.
    • Results-oriented individual with strong team working ability and desire to learn.

     

    Physical Requirements & Hours of Work:

    • Frequently required to stand and reach with hands and arms. Must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Must assist in team lifts for heavier or awkward parts.
    • Occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and power tools.
    • PPE requirement – CSA green safety shoes/boots, protective eyewear (provided), gloves (provided), hearing protection (provided), and respiratory protection (provided, for grinding operation).
    • Both dayshift and nightshift opportunities available, although majority of training will occur on dayshift before transferring to nightshift.
    Overtime available through extended shift hours and/or additional shifts on week.
  • General Labour - CNC Operator



    POSITION DESCRIPTION

     

    Reporting to the Plant Manager and working at our Waterloo facility, the CNC operator is responsible for machining and hand trimming/deburring various thicknesses of HDPE and acrylic on our 3-axis KOMO machine.  This is a summer contract position for approximately May through August with possibility of either full time hire or continuation of employment on a part time basis for dedicated candidates.

     

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Clean and complete regular safety inspections of tools, equipment, and storage areas in order to ensure compliance with safety regulations and housekeeping standards.
    • Work collaboratively with production team members under direction of Plant Manager and Team Leads to fabricate parts as required.
    • Inspect fabricated parts for compliance to quality standards and complete all required paperwork.

     

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS

     

    Knowledge, Experience, and/or Technical Skills:

    • Previous CNC operation or work experience in a manufacturing environment an asset.  No programming is required.  Candidate must be able to select correct pre-made programs from computer network and download to CNC machine.
    • Previous experience in a material handling role and/or a forklift licence is an asset, but not a requirement.
    • Hands on with mechanical aptitude and familiarity with operating equipment such as saws, shapers, and routers as well as hand tools such as tape measures, and utility/deburring knives.
    • Must be able to read and interpret engineering shop drawings in order to fabricate parts to correct dimensions.

     

    Other Competencies:

    • Strong communication skills in English, both verbal and written. 
    • Excellent organizational skills in a multi-tasking environment with attention to detail.
    • Results-oriented individual with strong team working ability and desire to learn.

     

    Physical Requirements & Hours of Work:

    • Frequently required to stand and reach with hands and arms. Must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Must assist in team lifts for heavier or awkward parts.
    • Occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and power tools.
    • PPE requirement – CSA green safety shoes/boots, protective eyewear (provided), gloves (provided), hearing protection (provided).
    • Both dayshift and nightshift opportunities available, although majority of training will occur on dayshift before transferring to nightshift.
    • Overtime available through extended shift hours and/or additional shifts on weekends.
     
  • General Labour - Material Handler
     


    POSITION DESCRIPTION

     

    Reporting to either the Plant Manager or the Logistics Coordinator depending on assigned department, and working at our Waterloo facility, the material handler is responsible for the accurate and timely movement of material within the facility.  This includes delivering raw materials to storage and production areas as needed, moving finished goods from production to packaging area, packaging goods for shipment, and picking/packing stockroom materials for direct shipments.  This is a summer contract position for approximately May through August with possibility of either full time hire or continuation of employment on a part time basis for dedicated candidates.

     

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Clean and complete regular safety inspections of tools, equipment, and storage areas in order to ensure compliance with safety regulations and housekeeping standards.
    • Work collaboratively with production team members under direction of Plant Manager and Team Leads to pick, pack, and move materials as required.
    • Maintain inventory accuracy by issuing material to jobs/orders, completing cycle counting, and helping to implement a KanBan system for stockroom parts ordering.
    • Ensure goods are properly labelled and are stored in correct bin locations.
    • Complete all required paperwork accurately and completely.

     

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS

     

    Knowledge, Experience, and/or Technical Skills:

    • Previous work experience in a manufacturing environment, in a material handling or shipping/receiving role and/or a forklift licence is an asset, but not a requirement.
    • Advanced computer skills required, familiarity with ERP (EPICOR) systems, and Microsoft Office / Windows an asset.

     

    Other Competencies:

    • Strong communication skills in English, both verbal and written. 
    • Excellent organizational skills in a multi-tasking environment with attention to detail.
    • Results-oriented individual with strong team working ability and desire to learn.

     

    Physical Requirements & Hours of Work:

    • Frequently required to stand and reach with hands and arms. Must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Must assist in team lifts for heavier or awkward parts.
    • Occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and power tools.
    • PPE requirement – CSA green safety shoes/boots, protective eyewear (provided), gloves (provided), hearing protection (provided).
    • Both dayshift and nightshift opportunities available, although majority of training will occur on dayshift before transferring to nightshift.
    • Overtime available through extended shift hours and/or additional shifts on weekends.
  • Welder
     

    POSITION DESCRIPTION

     

    Reporting to the Plant Manager, and working at our Waterloo facility, a welder is responsible for accurately fitting, welding and grinding both aluminum and steel to conform to specifications on engineering drawings.  This is a summer contract position for approximately May through August with possibility of either full time hire or continuation of employment on a part time basis for dedicated candidates.

     

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Clean and complete regular safety inspections of tools, equipment, and storage areas in order to ensure compliance with safety regulations and housekeeping standards.
    • Work collaboratively with production team members under direction of Plant Manager and Team Leads to fit, weld, and grind parts and frames for downstream processing.
    • Complete all required paperwork accurately and completely.

     

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS

     

    Knowledge, Experience, and/or Technical Skills:

    • Previous fitting/grinding/welding experience (MIG/TIG) with aluminum and steel is a requirement.  A welding ticket is an asset but not required.
    • Must be able to read and interpret engineering drawings and fit/fabricate to required tolerances.

     

    Other Competencies:

    • Strong communication skills in English, both verbal and written. 
    • Excellent organizational skills in a multi-tasking environment with attention to detail.
    • Results-oriented individual with strong team working ability and desire to learn.

     

    Physical Requirements & Hours of Work:

    • Frequently required to stand and reach with hands and arms. Must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Must assist in team lifts for heavier or awkward parts.
    • Occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and power tools.
    • PPE requirement – CSA green safety shoes/boots, welding helmet, protective eyewear (provided), gloves (provided), hearing protection (provided), protective sleeves (provided), respiratory protection (provided).
    • Both dayshift and nightshift opportunities available, although majority of training will occur on dayshift before transferring to nightshift.
    • Overtime available through extended shift hours and/or additional shifts on weekends.


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