Are you looking for a Dynamic Employer that will support your career progression with technology?
Look no further then our client who is looking for an Electrician 442a for an Automation and Robotics provider. With a fantastic atmosphere and career opportunities in the company to progress, this is an opportunity not to be missed!
The Industrial Electrician will work as part of a team to install, test, troubleshoot and repair electrical wiring, fixtures, automated and control devices and related equipment in a manufacturing environment. This individual will have the ability to read and interpret drawings, blueprints, schematics and specifications in order to provide troubleshooting and repair services. The Industrial Electrician will also routinely perform preventative maintenance on all equipment and components in order to ensure the continued safe, efficient and effective operations of all equipment and fixtures utilized by the organization.
Program and modify PLC programs (Allen Bradley & Siemens).
Create and/or modify FANUC and ABB Robot programs.
Diagnose electrical faults on laser equipment (Trumpf & Rofin).
Provide effective and efficient troubleshooting expertise on all automated machines using electrical schematics and PLC logic.
Supervise outside contractors when required and ensure compliance of safety standards.
Maintain basic building equipment and conduct repairs such as lighting, building electrical, etc.
Ensure adequate supply of electrical and controls spare parts in inventory.
**** Please note that the position will be Night shifts ****
Hours and salary package
– Night Shift: 11:15pm – 6:45am
– $29-$31/hr with $1 night shift premium
– up to $32 for strong programming skills
– Full benefits after 3 month probationary period
What we are looking for?
– Completion of a certified apprentice program.
– Valid Ontario 442A Industrial Electrician license or Red Seal License (journeyman or higher).
-3 to 5 years of Industrial Electrician experience working on robotic and automated machinery.
– Have a good understanding of PLC’s and Robotic programs.
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