Woodworking General labour

Kings Wood Products - Paris, ON (29 days ago)

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Wood working opportunity

Kings Wood Products is a wood product manufacturing company established in 1970. Our products, used mainly by the manufacturing industry, include pallets, boxes, reels and export and custom wood packaging.

We are currently looking for highly motivated, team-oriented individuals with a “can-do” attitude to join our company and help us to continue to grow.

We run 2 shifts, a days shift and an evenings shift.

  • Our days shift runs from 6:30 in the morning until 3:30 in the afternoon Monday to Thursday and 6:30 to 12:30 on Fridays.
  • Our evenings shift runs from 3:30 in the afternoon to 2:30 at night Monday to Thursday.

On a basic level, we operate in three well organized teams.

  • The cutting shop, responsible for cutting and shaping lumber to size using a wide variety machinery.
  • The building shop, where all of our skids are built either by hand or by means of the pallet maker.
  • The custom shop, where our experienced builders make anything from small simple crates to boxes big enough to park a car in.

Depending on where you are needed and your qualifications the duties required of you could vary quite a bit. The custom jobs we take on often require onsite packing so occasional travel for new exciting projects may be an option. All applicants should be in relatively good health, be able to lift and move up to 25kgs throughout the day if needed, have a willingness to learn, and positive attitude coming into work each day.

Experience with nail guns, impact drivers, saws, or previous general labour is an asset but not required. We are willing to train new employees who want to learn.

$15/hr to start benefits after one year.

Learn valuable and transferrable skills in the wood working field.

Be a part of a positive engaging workforce.

Help us grow.


Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $15.00 /hour


  • general labor: 1 year (Preferred)


  • Paris, ON (Preferred)


  • English (Preferred)