Are you interested in working as a production operator for the largest private employer in Nova Scotia?
CA1 - Granton - Now hiring production operators (Updated May 2021)
CA2 - Bridgewater - Now hiring production operators (Updated March 2021)
CA3 - Waterville - Now hiring production operators (Updated March 2021)
With your team, you are challenged to achieve goals and solve problems to produce excellent safety, quality and productivity results to continue to satisfy our customers.
Learning and development opportunities provide you with a variety of experiences that may lead to advancement or mobility opportunities within the facility.
To become a production operator at Michelin in Nova Scotia, you need skills in areas like math, reading and document use. That is why we ask all new applicants to take an online Essential Skills Assessment.
If you reach the cutoff scores on the assessment, click on the "Apply Now" button at the end of the Essential Skills Assessment. This will take you to our current job offers. Click on the career that you are interested in and complete the application. Be sure to have your Essential Skills User name ready as you will be asked for this on your application.
Are you ready to apply? Begin by taking our free, online Essential Skills Assessment!
Within the plants, the production teams perpetuate the know-how and the high level of quality which defines the reputation of the Michelin Group. Whether they work with synthetic rubber, blends, fabrics, metal products or tires, operators bring to life ever more innovative and effective products.
If you are interested in a career at any of our facilities, scroll up to the top top of this page and click on Find Your Career then Job Offers. On the left side of the screen, change the location Country to Canada by clicking the +more button at the bottom of the country list and click on Canada. The available jobs will appear on the right side of your screen. Click on the job that you are interested in and follow the instructions to apply.
For Bridgewater, Waterville and Granton, after the Wage Recruiting Coordinator reviews your application, you may be contacted to come to the site to complete an internal skills assessment similar to the one you took prior to applying.
If you meet the cut off score, you will advance to a behavioural based interview.
If you are successful on the interview, you will receive an offer of employment conditional on a medical and background screening.
You then enter a hiring pool and will start when the next available job is open.
Note: If you currently reside out of the province of Nova Scotia, and it is not practical to come to the site, the Wage Recruiting Coordinator may provide you with the opportunity to complete the assessment and interview through distance technology.
You will participate in the Welcome Aboard program designed to best prepare you for success in your new role
After completing the Welcome Aboard, you will begin on the job, step by step training provided by a Michelin Tutor