assembler in cambridge

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cambridge, ontario
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Are you a mechanical assembler looking for work in the Cambridge area, we have several job opportunities for you. Team players willing to work rotating day and afternoon or work straight afternoon shifts are what we are looking for.

What will you be doing?

- assemble and disassemble automotive and mechanical parts for construction and mining sector
- read, interpret and follow basic blueprints, diagrams and drawings
- using hand and power tools
- quality assurance of your teams work
- follow company quality and safety standards
- documenting defects, corrections and inconsistencies
- maintain a clean and safe work environment
- any other additional duties required

- long term opportunity with a great company
- $17.50 + $.88 shift premium
- shift schedule is rotating days and afternoons OR straight afternoons
- 6:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday and 3:30pm to 1:30am Monday to Thursday and 12pm to 8:30pm OR
- 3:30pm to 1:30am Monday to Thursday and 12pm to 8:30pm on Friday
- the chance to work with a dynamic team in steady industry
- located on a bus route centrally located in Cambridge

- post secondary education or equivalent
- high attention to detail
- ability to lift 10-30lbs
- comfortable with pushing and pulling 10-30lbs
- ability to read and write in English
- mechanical assembly experience is an asset
- basic computer skills
- forklift/crane experience

Apply directly on our website
- call us at 519-740-6944 and ask for Alana or Dylan
- email us at
- visit us at 415 Hespeler Rd (in the same plaza as Rogers and the Beat Goes On)

If this job is not for you, but you're interested in a career change, please call the phone number above and let us know what you’re looking for. We would love to help find you your dream job.

Looking forward to meeting you.


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