Licensed Electrician

Licensed Electrician
Oakville, Ontario
Are you an Electrician tired of working on an off-shift? Trying to find the Day Shift that works with your schedule? Or just looking for that next opportunity to advance your career?
We are currently adding to our Maintenance Team in Oakville!
Requirements:
• Licensed Industrial or Construction Electrician (442A or 309A)
• Strong PLC system knowledge and ladder logic programming experience is a must
• Robot programming experience is an asset
• Ability to read and troubleshoot electrical schematics and ladder diagrams
• Equipment integration experience that includes installation, setup, troubleshooting and commissioning
• Demonstrated attention to detail, organizational and interpersonal skills.  Ability to work in a team environment is a must
• Ability to operate equipment in a safe and responsible manner, work at heights and in confined spaces
Work Environment:
• Working in a manufacturing environment and all-weather outdoor conditions
• Exposure to hazards associated with the industry and trade
• Physical activities will consist of sitting, standing, ladder climbing, stair climbing, bending and twisting.  Extended periods of standing and other potentially physically demanding conditions
Job Responsibilities:
• Maintain all electrical production equipment and respond to breakdowns with a sense of urgency.  Downtime call support – fast equipment recovery and decision making
• Diagnose and resolve electrical issues, ensuring that all safety and control functions are always working properly.  Troubleshooting of electrical/mechanical mechanisms and assemblies, pneumatics/hydraulics
• Make necessary changes to current equipment and assist other trades with new equipment installation and commissioning
• Perform regular machine maintenance as stated in Preventative Maintenance Program
• Read and interpret drawings, blueprints and schematics to determine layout of industrial equipment installations
• Plan assigned work in an efficient method to minimize machine downtime while ensuring employee safety is maintained
• Design, fabricate and installation of safety circuits
• Inspect and measure parts to detect wear, misalignment, or other potential problems
• Focus on continual improvement and cost reduction
• Part sourcing, including quote initiation, vendor negotiations, part specification
• Participate in departmental 5S activities – maintain strong 5S for all equipment, tools, maintenance shop, maintain local parts stocking, emergency recovery tools
If this sounds like an opportunity that you, or an Electrician you know, would be interested in – please apply with an updated resume or  send it to me directly at ccraven@pmcrecruitment.ca.

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