We’re hiring Machine Builders for an automation company in Brantford, ON! Our client is a solutions-based automation company with a strong focus on both building automated machines and providing automated manufacturing and prototyping.
No certifications required, but Automotive experience is needed to be considered. This can include a background in automation, mechanical engineering or other hands-on experience from the automotive industry (pneumatics, Welding, Machine assembly, Millwright experience).
We are looking for long term, motivated individuals who are looking to grow within the company.
Senior Machine Builder pay: $30/hr ; we pay weekly each Friday.
Bonuses and overtime are also available!
Your duties will include:
– Ensuring the entire operation is performed as per the laid down standards.
– Setting goals for performance and deadlines in ways that comply with company’s plan and vision.
– Organizing workflow and ensuring that employees understand their duties or delegated tasks.
– Maintain timekeeping and personnel records, and preparing/submitting performance reports
– Occasional lifting up to 50 lbs for installing equipment
– Adhere to HSE procedures in all floor processes to ensure safe working conditions.
Skills and Qualifications:
– Good knowledge of pneumatics, Welding, Machine assembly OR mechanical background/ Millwright experience (no ticket required)
– Exposure to various automation processes (automotive, food and beverage, agricultural, mining, pharmaceutical, etc.)
– Project management and maintaining client relations
– A self-starter with the ability to work as part of a team in a fast paced environment with minimal supervision.
Apply Now! If this sounds like the job for you, submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, then call Stephanie at 905-547-0560 to arrange your interview! Please call Mon-Fri between 10am -3pm.
Skills often associated with this position or other similar positions include: automation experience, pneumatics, welding, mechanical engineering, machine assembly, robotics, Millwright