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Maintenance Electrician (Presses, Moulding and Paint-line) job in Toronto

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Job Ref:  61d79d6b
Employer:  Direct Solutions - Canada
Country:  Canada
County/State:  Ontario
City:  Toronto
23/10/2016 09:13
Job Description:

Maintenance Electrician (Stamping Presses, Injection Mould and Paintline Equipment) SUMMARY We are seeking the best talent available for this industry-leading manufacturer to perform scheduled and unscheduled equipment maintenance and develop preventative maintenance strategies to reduce re-occurring equipment breakdowns and malfunctions. RESPONSIBILITIES Trouble-shoot and repair a wide array of production machinery including stamping presses, injection moulding machinery and paint-line equipment. Perform scheduled maintenance on production equipment. Write necessary reports and update relevant documentation including preventative maintenance & equipment reports and safety procedures. Carry out minor equipment installations and other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS Ontario Electrician license trade certification required Minimum of 5 years of relevant industrial manufacturing equipment maintenance performed Available and dependable for shift work including straight nights Knowledge of industrial controls, power systems, PLC systems, motors, pneumatic & hydraulic systems, servo controls and electronics required.

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