1st or 2nd year apprentice welder! in edmonton

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edmonton, alberta
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Are you looking for an opportunity to build experience in your welding career? Do you pay close attention to detail? Are you ready for the next step in your apprenticeship? If so, then we have an opportunity for you!
Our client on the East side of Edmonton is looking to hire a temporary 1st or 2nd Year Apprentice Welder to be paid at a rate of $21 - $23 per hour. You will be responsible for the timely execution of various welding jobs. Completing welding procedure in a safe manner is a must. The successful applicant for the position of 1st or 2nd Year Apprentice Welder will have some experience doing basic MIG welding in different positions. By ensuring a timely completion of various welding jobs, you will aid in complying with production schedules. Discover the advantages and merit of working as a 1st or 2nd Year Apprentice Welder in Edmonton!

• Work directly in Edmonton
• Temporary position with the possibility to go permanent
• Challenging and engaging work
• Opportunity to advance
• $21 - $23 per hour

Applicants must have;
• A registered and active apprenticeship in welding, either 1st or 2nd year
• A high school diploma
• Some previous welding experience
• The ability to work in a team environment
• The ability to work safely in a welding shop
• The ability to pass a background check as well as physical testing

4 easy ways to apply:
Register on our website at randstad.ca
Call our office and speak with Aaron or Darci at 780.420.1120
Email your resume to aaron.farlinger@randstad.ca
OR drop by our location during business hours at 2305 111 St NW (Century Park, beside Starbucks)


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