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General Operator in the CD/DVD in North York, Toronto.
on 10 July 2012
Seek to contribute expertise in Supply Chain and Manufacturing group through the position of Production and Quality Control Technician
With many years experience in Manufacturing and Process industry I have expertise in Quality Control, Production control, Scheduling and acting team leader. I have very good knowledge GMP and data collection and analyze data and samples in various industries. In my past work experience, I have been able to effectively schedule work with co-workers and handle a variety of tasks simultaneously in a fast paced diverse setting.I am well aware of the valuable role effective customer service serve in an organization’s success and am dedicated to maintaining a high level of this valuable commodity in all areas of my job. This pattern in my work ethic has won me the merit award winner employees for productivity and job knowledge.
Junior Project Manager in North York, ON
on 7 June 2014
Great products, but not the best place to work
Negative/Hostile work environment. Company suffered quite a bit in the recession, as a result there was a very tense working environment. Management was not always supportive, and found it to be a 'boys club'.
Customer Service Representative in North York
on 14 January 2014
Learning about different products
-Troubleshooting different Sony products -Friendly environment -Different end users
Maintenance Worker in North York, ON
on 25 June 2013
Fun, Interesting Job
Fun, interesting and demanding, I learned a lot about the industry, my bosses and co workers where cool. The busy season was fast and demanding but other then that it was easy to understand, the best part of the job was dealing with all the different type of people .
Machine Operator in North York, ON
on 11 April 2012
Productive and busy work environment
A typical day at work consisted of me running a machine and making sure I was meeting production goals.I was able to advance to this position from a temp position thanks to recognition from management. My supervisor was very observant and noticed all details. This led to a work atmosphere were everyone was very focused. The hardest part of the job was when we would face issues with the equipment because it slowed production.The most enjoyable part the job was the chance to co-operate with my co-workers towards a common goal.

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