welder in saskatoon

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saskatoon, saskatchewan
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Skilled Trades and Industrial Management
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Are you an experienced CWB certified Journeyman Welder looking to work for a well-known and respected fabrication company in Saskatoon? Do you want to use your skills as a welder to help provide quality and custom products for the company’s clients all over the country? Are you looking to work for an organization that prioritizes safety and ensures all of their employees feel comfortable in any task they are assigned? If this all sounds good to you, you may want to keep reading on about an upcoming opportunity through Randstad in Saskatoon!

We are excited to be working with a very reputable company in Saskatoon in their search for the next team member
to join them as a welder!

This position includes duties in their welding shop, to aid in fabricating specialized products for their clients in the mining and construction industries.

Why do you want this job?
-Competitive pay rates of $20-28 per hour, depending on experience level and shift
-Variety of shifts may be available
-Optional paid benefits through Randstad (Sunlife) after your first pay!
-Paid weekly through Randstad Canada
-Potential for permanent position, depending on head count availability and performance
-Safety is number one priority on the job

Qualifications needed for the job?
-Must be a CWB certified journeyman welder
-Must be local to Saskatoon, as this is in-town work
-Must have minimum 5 years of experience in a similar role
-Must pass pre-employment testing
-Must have 2 supervisory references

If this sounds like your next role, please apply now!
Faster consideration will be given to those who apply directly through this ad and register on Randstad.ca. You can also view all of our job postings and available positions in Saskatoon and other areas of the country at www.randstad.ca.
Please feel free to reach out to Dani directly if you have any questions by emailing her at dani.albert@randstad.ca


Randstad Canada
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