millwright in cambridge

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CA$ 30 per hour
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cambridge, ontario
job category
Skilled Trades and Industrial Management
job type
CA$ 30 per hour
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job description

Want to work for a world class organization where Safety is the #1 priority? Do you like to see the products that your company produces used in every day life?
We are looking for a licensed Millwright to join the team on a permanent basis. Working with conveyors, motors, gear boxes, and presses, you will be doing preventative maintenance and troubleshooting for the plant. You will be working in a team to cover the entire plant.
Candidates that come from a background in food/pharma typically are very successful in this organization, provided you don’t mind working in a bit of a dustier environment.

- $29.50-$30
- yearly increases
- full benefits after 90 days
- day shift, 6am-2:30pm M-F
- excellent benefits package
- boot reimbursement program
- you don’t need to provide your own tools, they are provided to you

- 5+ years of experience as a Licensed Millwright (strong unlicensed experience will also be considered)
- Strong work ethic
- Able to work overtime daily
- Able to work days with some evening shifts
- Great communication
- Experience with electrical and some PLCs is highly beneficial
- Experience working on conveyors, motors, gear boxes and presses is essential
- Someone who takes initiative to learn more and get things done without being told
- Able to pass a full medical and criminal background check
- clean shaven, as you do need to be fit with a respirator in some areas of the plant

Are you interested in this role?
Please call 519-740-6944 and ask for Shannon
OR email your resume to with the subject of Millwright. Alternatively, you can stop by our office, located at 415 Hespeler Road, Cambridge.

If this is not quite the right role for you, but you are interested in making a career move, please reach out a we have many openings in Cambridge, Brantford, Kitchener, Guelph and Woodstock.
We look forward to speaking with you.


Randstad Canada
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