Sofina Foods Loader Full Time in Brampton, ON

Sofina Foods

Branch Brampton ON CA

Brampton, ON

In our Warehouse Department. Raymond Reach, Forklift / BT License. Brampton – Closest intersection Goreway and Armthrope. Sofina Foods Inc….

Sofina Foods Inc. is a privately owned Canadian company headquartered in Markham, Ontario dedicated to providing great tasting, high quality food products for retail and foodservice. As one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of primary and further processed protein products, Sofina Foods has a broad portfolio of branded and private label pork, beef, turkey, and chicken products.Sofina’s family of branded products consists of: Lilydale, Janes, Mastro, San Daniele, Fearmans Pork, Fletcher’s, Vienna, Cuddy and Quality Meats. Sofina Foods currently operates 18 HACCP-approved manufacturing facilities (17 in Canada and one in the northwestern United States), three hatcheries and has over 4,700 employees.

JOB: LOADERLOCATION: Brampton – Closest intersection Goreway and Armthrope
SHIFT: AM SHIFT – Monday to Friday 7:30 – 4:00pm
Wage Rate: $18.62 ($1 less during probation)

We currently have an opening for one (1) associate for the position of Loader in our Warehouse Department.


  • Raymond Reach, Forklift / BT License
  • Ability to lift up to 25kgs
  • Ability to deal with high volume of customer orders
  • Knowledge and experience using scanners an asset
  • Ability to work under pressure when there is a high volume of customer orders
  • Willing to work overtime, as required
  • Other duties as assigned.

Sofina Foods Inc. is committed to providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (‘AODA’). Applicants are asked to make their needs/requirements, for the purpose of accommodation under AODA, known to Human Resources when they are contacted for an interview.

Job Type: Full-time

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Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Brampton, ON, CA
Posted on: 2016-09-27
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