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Industrial Electrician

on , in by Brenda Warkentin Brenda Warkentin

Reporting to the Maintenance Supervisor, the Industrial Electrician participates in all phases of maintenance troubleshooting, repairs, new installs, and maintains plant machinery, equipment and machine tools.

Key Responsibilities

• Maintain and troubleshoot plant facilities, complex production equipment including electrical, electronic and pneumatic systems to optimum operating efficiency
• Diagnose and correct malfunctions, modify, calibrate and test, power panels, CNC, time clock and communication systems, machining centers, overhead crane, forklifts, controls and programmable equipment controls
• Prevent equipment failure through analysis, parts replacement and care of machinery by means of an approved maintenance program
• Installation of new machines and equipment


• Possess an Electrician Red Seal Certification, with an Industrial Electrician Certification being preferred
• Experience working as a journeyperson Electrician; maintenance within a manufacturing environment an asset
• Proven mechanical troubleshooting and strong problem-solving skills is required
• Strong English verbal and written communication skills. Ability to read and interpret manuals and OEM specs
• Strong interpersonal skills, be a team player and have the ability to work with minimal supervision

Physical Requirements:

• Regularly perform physically demanding work
• Ability to work at heights and confined spaces

We appreciate all applications, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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