CareersJoin a team that treats everyone like familyPrevious slideNext slide Careers Features$Competitive SalariesBenefitsStock OwnershipFlexible HoursPiller’s is proud to have a culture that treats all employees like family. Our head office is located in Waterloo and our processing facilities are in Waterloo and Brantford. We strive to provide work life balance, competitive compensation and employee perks. Some perks include: Company paid benefit package available upon completion of probation, company matched pension plan after one year of employment, 3 weeks vacation time after one year of employment, stock options, free coffee, outdoor office space and offsite events. Health & Safety Coordinator Job Category: Health & SafetyPosition Type: Full TimeLocation: Waterloo & Brantford, OntarioPost Date: February 9, 2021View job on LinkedInDescriptionWe are currently accepting resumes for a Health & Safety Coordinator for our meat processing and warehouse facilities located in Waterloo and Brantford Ontario.The Health & Safety Coordinator is responsible for developing, implementing and enhancing the Company’s health and safety programs at three Piller’s locations, two in Waterloo and one in Brantford. This involves working closely with the JHSC, supervisors, managers and individual employees to promote occupational health and safety and develop safe, healthy and more efficient methods of working. The Health & Safety Coordinator will provide leadership and support in managing compliance with all health and safety legislation.Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:Develop and implement health and safety management system and programs.Ensure compliance with all applicable safety legislation and regulations including Company rules, policies and procedures.Provide support advice and guidance with respect to health and safety activities.Assist and implement preventative measures and promote a proactive approach to safety activities.Provide assistance during incident investigations and ensure accuracy and completeness of documentation.Assist with performing risk and hazard assessments, including making recommendations for controls.Coordinate and participate on the Joint Health and Safety Committee including monthly meetings and inspections.Perform, assist and review PDA`s (physical demands analysis).Specify, audit and maintain all necessary safety equipment and personal protective equipment.Facilitate ongoing safety requirements including safety and equipment training, new hire safety orientation, hearing tests, evacuation drills and other safety elements as required.Work in conjunction with the Human Resources department on matters relating to WSIB claims management and return-to-work programs.Coordinate the Crisis Management Program and respond to emergencies.Maintain and update the Safe Operating Procedures (SOP’s), Lockout Tagout Sheets and SDS Binders.Produce reports and statistical information on a monthly basis and as requiredSchedule monthly walkarounds with the Management Team.RequirementsQualifications for this position include:3-5 years Health & Safety experience in the manufacturing industrySuccessful completion of a certificate or diploma in Occupational Health and Safety preferredCompletion of or working towards a CRSP designation (Canadian Registered Safety Professional)Comprehensive knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety legislationProficiency with Microsoft Office programsExcellent verbal and written communication skillsExceptional interpersonal skillsStrong organizational skills, time management and attention to detailAbility to maintain a high level of confidentialityGoal oriented with team player attitude, willing to take initiative to improve the work environmentAble to travel frequently between the Waterloo and Brantford locationsApply Customer Care Inventory Associate Job Category: Customer ServicePosition Type: Full TimeLocation: Waterloo, OntarioPost Date: April 15, 2021View job on LinkedInDescriptionWe are currently accepting resumes for a Customer Care Inventory Associate for our facility located in Waterloo Ontario.The Customer Care Inventory Associate is responsible for acting as a liaison between customers, companies and consumers. The Customer Care Inventory Associate will input orders and process complaints and also assists with sales, demand planning, account questions, billing, cancelations, QA requests and other inquiries.Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:Track orders, process and log over, shorts and damages and also follow-up with backorders.Trouble shooting wholesale customer orders; able to quickly identify needsWork with transport, distribution and vendors to co-ordinate flow of goods through the vendor order processManage inbound calls/ emails and assist with consumer inquiries and complaints via website and phone.Liaison with sales representatives as required for all order processing, requirements and issues.Identify and address customers’ needs to achieve satisfaction and investigate and correct orders discrepancies.Receive, input, process orders from all means of order receipt.Manage ERP vendor inventory programs including keep of track of inventory in warehouses and assist with product features.Keep records of customer interactions, process customer accounts and file documents.Build sustainable relationships of trust through open and interactive communicationRequirementsQualifications for this position include:1-2 years related experience with proven customer/vendor support experience within Supply Chain preferredCollege Diploma preferredStrong computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft excel, word, outlookIntermediate Microsoft Excel skills (Creating Pivot tables/ Reports)Excellent communication and active listening skills; with a focus on customer resolutionFamiliarity with ERP/CRM systems and practicesMust be detail oriented and must be able to handle multiple priorities in a faced-paced environmentApply Salami Kitchen Operator (Waterloo, Day Shift) Job Category: ProductionPosition Type: Full TimeLocation: WaterlooPost Date: March 4th 2021Hours 5AM - 1:30PM View job on LinkedInDescriptionPiller’s Fine Foods, a Division of Premium Brands Operating Limited Partnership, is a premier Canadian producer of the finest European-style processed meats with state-of-the-art production facilities throughout Ontario. Our award-winning deli products under the Piller’s brand are sold to grocery and restaurant chains throughout North America.We are currently accepting resumes for a Full-Time Salami Kitchen Operator – Day Shift for our meat processing facility located in Waterloo, Ontario.Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:• Set up various work stations• Prepare meat ingredients for chopping and stuffing• Stuff salami product by hand and machine and hang or place on the appropriate racks• Transport of heavy racks• Adhere to good manufacturing processes and HACCP policies• Maintain a clean, orderly, and safe work environment in compliance with company safety and sanitation requirements• Use of knife and scissors may be required• Other duties as assignedRequirements• Physically fit and capable of completing repetitive tasks with the ability to perform heavy lifting (up to 66 lbs.)• Good reading and writing skills• Must be able to push heavy racks• Highly detail-oriented and mechanically inclined• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and manage time effectively• Team oriented and ability to multi-task• Excellent attendance and punctuality• Must be able to wear PPE including steel toe boots, hairnet, bump cap, face mask, and hearing protection• Knowledge of safe food processing an asset• Successful applicants will be required to work straight days Monday – Friday. Overtime may be required on an as-needed basis.Work Environment• Cold (approximately 2-4 degrees Celsius)• DampApply Production Operator (Waterloo, Afternoon Shift) Job Category: ProductionPosition Type: Full TimeLocation: WaterlooPost Date: March 4th 2021Hours 3:15-11:45PM View job on LinkedInDescriptionWe are currently accepting resumes for production operators for our afternoon shift packaging line for our meat processing facility located in Waterloo, ONHired candidates will perform manual tasks on the production line to process and package meat, manually pack goods into bags and boxes or other containers, cleaning work areas and equipment, feed and unload processing machines, check products and packaging for basic quality defects.Requirements· Good manual dexterity· Team-oriented and ability to multi-task· Good attendance and punctuality record· Physically fit and capable of performing repetitive tasks in a fast-paced environment (heavy lifting)· Must be able comfortable working with meat including pork, beef, chicken, and turkey· Must be able comfortable working in a cold environment (approximately 2-4 degrees Celsius)· Knowledge of safe food processing is an asset· Production experience is an asset· Be willing to work at different work stations throughout processing departments as required· Must be able to wear steel toe boots, a hairnet, bump cap, hearing protection, and 3-ply mask· Must be comfortable working during the covid-19 pandemic with all safety protocols in placeApply Production Operator (Brantford, Afternoon Shift) Job Category: ProductionPosition Type: Full TimeLocation: BrantfordPost Date: April 19, 2021Hours 3:05-11:35 pm View job on LinkedInDescriptionCheck the quality of product and remove product defectsAssemble boxes and pack productScale and label boxes and palletize onto palletsCheck product date codes and clean work areasFollow all prescribed SOPs, rotation schedules, HACCP, GMP and CCP proceduresRequirementsReading, writing and mathematical skills requiredAbility to follow direction and work in a fast-paced environmentAbility to work effectively both as an individual and a team memberPrevious work experience in manufacturing is preferred but not requiredApply Machine/ Slicer Operator (Waterloo, Day Shift) Job Category: ProductionPosition Type: Full TimeLocation: WaterlooHours Day Shift 5:00 am - 2:30 pm View job on LinkedInDescriptionWe are currently accepting resumes for a Full-Time Slicing Machine Operator for our meat processing facility located in Waterloo, ON.Position Summary:Ensure all slicing room lines do not run out of product on the lineOrganize and stage products to run in a timely and smooth fashionEnsure proper equipment is set up for various productsMaintaining, sharpening and/or switching out slicer blades as neededAbility to adjust slicer settings from an industrial sized computer programmed slicing machine to produce optimal sliced meat productRequirementsQualifications:Applicants must be highly detail-oriented and mechanically inclined (attention to detail with computer settings and precise measurements)Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and manage time effectivelyGood manual dexterity and trouble shooting skillsTeam oriented and ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environmentPhysically fit and capable of performing repetitive tasks - heavy lifting required up to 60 lbs.Must be able to wear steel toe boots, a hairnet, beard net (if required), apron, gloves, bump cap, hearing protection, and 3 ply mask supplied by the company during the Covid-19 pandemicAble to work with meat including chicken, turkey, beef and porkMust be safety consciousMust be comfortable working in cold and damp temperatures between 2-4 degrees CelsiusSuccessful applicants will be required to work straight day shift Monday - Friday. Overtime may be required on an as-needed basisApply Machine/ Slicer Operator (Waterloo, Afternoon Shift) Job Category: ProductionPosition Type: Full TimeLocation: WaterlooHours 2:00pm-10:30pm View job on LinkedInDescriptionPosition Summary:- Ensure all slicing room lines do not run out of product on the line- Organize and stage products to run in a timely and smooth fashion- Ensure proper equipment is set up for various products- Maintaining, sharpening and/or switching out slicer blades as needed- Ability to adjust slicer settings to produce optimal sliced productRequirementsQualifications:- Applicants must be highly detail-oriented and mechanically inclined- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and manage time effectively- Good manual dexterity- Team oriented and ability to multi-task- Physically fit and capable of performing repetitive tasks - lifting required- Must be able to wear steel toe boots, a hairnet, bump cap and hearing protection- Able to work with chicken, turkey, beef and pork.Successful applicants will be required to work straight shift Monday - Friday. Overtime may be required on an as-needed basis.Apply Electrician (Brantford, Afternoon Shift) Position Type: Full TimeLocation: BrantfordPost Date: April 19, 2021Hours 2:45pm-11:15pm View job on LinkedInDescriptionMaintain, troubleshoot and repair a variety of meat processing and packaging equipment including stuffers, smokehouses, grinders, chopper machines and high-speed packaging equipment.Perform preventive and corrective maintenance of all electrical equipment, electric motors, and power panelsPerform cost-cutting modifications that improve safety and boost machine productivityPerform routine day to day monitoring for the plant (lighting fixtures, air-conditioning etc.)Perform general plant maintenance as neededRequirementsElectrician Certification / License (Industrial Electrician 442A and/or Construction and Maintenance 309A)2-3 years of experience working in a manufacturing plant as Industrial ElectricianKnowledge and experience working with high speed equipment and electric-pneumatic controlsExperience in food manufacturing industry preferredApply General Application - Waterloo Location: WaterlooView job on LinkedInDescriptionDream job not listed? Send us your resume to be considered for current and future positions.Apply General Application - Brantford View job on LinkedInDescriptionDream job not listed? Send us your resume to be considered for current and future positions.Apply Production Operator - (Brantford, Days) Position Type: Part-TimeLocation: BrantfordPost Date: May 12, 2021Hours 36 View job on LinkedInDescriptionCheck the quality of product and remove product defectsAssemble boxes and pack productScale and label boxes and palletize onto palletsCheck product date codes and clean work areasFollow all prescribed SOPs, rotation schedules, HACCP, GMP and CCP proceduresRequirementsReading, writing and mathematical skills requiredAbility to follow direction and work in a fast-paced environmentAbility to work effectively both as an individual and a team memberPrevious work experience in manufacturing is preferred but not requiredApplyWe would like to thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.Piller's Fine Foods is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, or any other protected factor. Piller's Fine Foods is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. Please advise us if you require accommodation.Summer Student TestimonialsPiller's Fine Foods makes it their duty to maintain a safe work environment and to promote a healthy well-being for their workers through several initiatives. They have had bbqs, competitions, draws, among other occasions employees may look forward to, even during my short-time summer employment, making my experience there worthwhile. The people who work at Piller's clearly care about the health and safety of their employees which has made me realize the importance of my own safety, rights, and health-- helping me in future endeavors. In addition, working at Piller's Fine Food's has made me realize I am capable of doing hard work and sticking with it even when I find it challenging.While working at Piller’s Fine Foods, I got more confidence in talking to other people since I underwent a job interview. I learned the importance of being on time because it reflects my character as an employee. Doing things right the first time is what I mainly learned in my stay at Piller’s. Also, I made new friends. They are very friendly and accommodating especially to newbies like me.Working at Piller’s as a Summer Student has been an invaluable opportunity for me. I was hired by Piller’s last summer, and I became part of a team that was both professional to work with and enjoyable to be around. Piller’s has given me practical work experience to prepare for my future career, as well as a reliable way to fund my education. I am very happy to be back this summer, and I would highly recommend Piller’s as an employer to any university student.