machinist in brantford

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$ 25 per hour
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brantford, ontario
job category
Skilled Trades and Industrial Management
job type
$ 25 per hour
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job description

Are you a conventional machinist looking to take on a new opportunity? Are you looking for an opportunity to join a tenured team doing something you love as a machinist? You will be given opportunities to educate yourself in your trade further with a tuition reimbursement program.

In this role, you will be:
- working alongside colleagues who are experts in their field
- completing your own set-ups
- working from blueprints
- working with large components with long cycle times
- working with management that is hands on and wants you to succeed in your role

There are so many, it is hard to know where to start!

- centrally located in Brantford
- 25-31 hourly, depending on your skill set and experience
- working alongside tenured employees
- extensive training and on-boarding program
- overtime available (Paid after 40 hours a week)
- bonus paid out twice a year
- RRSP matching
- company social events

do you have the right qualifications?

- you either have schooling that has been completed OR you have 2+ years of industry experience
- ideally you are licensed, but experience is valid
- live close to Brantford or Paris
- able to set up and operate either a lathe, mill or both
- can provide references that can attest to your skill set as a machinist
- able to work a two week rotation between days and afternoons

Thank you for applying to be a conventional machinist in Brantford. I will review your application and connect with you shortly.
519-740-6944 OR email your resume to
Are you interested in making a career change? If this role is not for you, please reach out to me, and we can discuss what options will be best suited to find you your next career move. I look forward to connecting with you.


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