CES is now hiring an experienced Electrician in the automotive industry. This is a direct hire opportunity.  Starting rate is $35.38/hr

Required Skills and Experience:

Experience and understanding automation equipment,  robotic systems in an automotive production environment

Health and Safety awareness and demonstrated ability to comply with OSHA a must

Ability to work rotating shifts, flexible to work over time and weekends

Ability to work indoors and outdoors in order to ensure plant equipment is functioning and safe

Preventative maintenance of production and support equipment

Assist in setting up, maintaining programming, electrical components and schematic standards.

Assist in proper maintenance of all programming software and application files and programming hardware. Completion of all required work orders and associated paperwork.

Responsible to improve equipment reliability and downtime

Implementation of Continuous Improvement Ideas.

Monitors quality of welds and performs touch-ups as required.

Recommend necessary adjustments to parts and machinery to ensure proper production run. Troubleshooting on robots and weld controls.

Grade 12 diploma or equivalent. Completion of post secondary – Electrician program

309 or 442 license is required

 

Please submit your resumes to Laura to apply: laura@canadianexecutivesearch.com

CESCHA

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