Salary: $28.78 to $31.11 / hour
- Must have an up-to-date Industrial Electrician License #442A according to Ontario’s Law.
- Minimum five (5) years of experience in the industrial environment (preferably the automotive field).
- Shift work required (days, afternoons, midnights)
- Knows and understands all requirements related to electrician duties.
- Advanced ability to effectively problem-solve, communicate (orally and in writing), and train others.
- Team player within multi-disciplined team.
- Strong organizational skill set.
- Experience in cross functional team.
- Knowledge of supplies and equipment.
- Excellent analytical and problem solving skills.
- First Aid skills and/or certificates are considered assets.
- Qualified tradesperson with a strong troubleshooting ability, both electrically and mechanically.
- Prior experience with full automated systems including material handling.
- Should display a working knowledge of as many of the following systems as possible:
- Hydraulics, pneumatics, pumps, ventilation, building facilities (power distribution, lighting, heating, etc.)
- Able to troubleshoot problems on equipment that is PLC controlled
- Full conversant with relay logic controls.
- Prior Experience with some or all of the following: Mechanical presses, CNC Lathes, Rectification, Grinders, Gauging equipment, Boilers, and Pumps,
- Complies with all safety rules as well as company policies.
- Applies all machinery and lockout procedures.
- Wears safety clothing and equipment.
- Reports all hazards.
- Performs all work in accordance to safety standards.
- Knows and understands situations that may be a source of danger or hazards to the workers.
- Maintain a clean and tidy work area.
- Able to receive oral and written communications.
- Write maintenance and job reports to company requirements.
- Able to read, interpret and revise schematic drawings.
- Read and interpret manufacturer’s manuals.
- Able to select, install, and repair: busways, flexible and rigid conduit, cable trough, wire and cables, communications cables in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code and Company Procedures.
- Install, maintain, and troubleshoot relay circuits.
- Install, maintain, and troubleshoot pilot devices.
- Install, maintain, and troubleshoot transducer/sensors and circuit boards.
- Install, maintain, and troubleshoot all of the above in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code, government regulations, manufacturers’ specification and company standards and procedures.
- Install, maintain, and troubleshoot motors, brakes, and clutch systems.
- Install, maintain and troubleshoot motor drive systems such as DC constant voltage drives, solid state and variable AC drives and solid state DC drives in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code, manufacturers specification, company standards and government regulations.
Electrical Element-Computer Based Systems
- Install, maintain and troubleshoot computer based interfaced systems.
- Install, maintain and troubleshoot CNC’s.
- Install, maintain and troubleshoot distributed control systems and alarm systems.
- Install, maintain and troubleshoot all of the above systems in accordance to the Canadian Electrical Code, manufacturer’s specifications and company procedures.