·Day to day trouble shooting, repair and installation of low and high voltage (single/three phases) industrial electromechanical & control systems for utility & production equipment. This includes electrical, hydraulics, mechanical and pneumatic systems and components such as cylinders, pumps, motors, valves, pipes, hoses, filters, gearboxes, bearing assembles, etc.

·Complete all tasks accurately & punctually under the direction of his/her immediate supervisor so that the plant will function safely & efficiently.

·Directly responsible for maintenance, debug and continuous improvement of assigned production and production support equipment.

·Assist in maintaining documentation for existing and new equipment, control and building power system installations.

·Provide assistance to mechanical installations as directed.

·Work independently in troubleshooting and repair problems with Programmable Logic Controllers and related components when required.

·Be able to obtain back-up PLC programs from a server to reload and reboot PLC programs to restore faulted equipment.

·Assist with system startups and operational checkouts on systems including configuration, wiring, calibration, grounding and power testing.

·Diagnoses cause of electrical or mechanical malfunction or failure of equipment or systems repairs or replaces defective components.

·Experienced in the use of electrical diagnostic equipment such as millimeters, amp clamps and meggers to test electrical circuits and components to locate shorts, faulty connections, defective parts and replaces or repairs to suite.

·Interface with equipment operators and maintenance staff to ascertain problems with equipment.

·Disassembles replaces or repairs mechanical and electrical components.

·Must read and interpret electrical and electronic drawings, schematics, blueprints, engineering drawings and sketches to determine problem and make appropriate repairs.

·Examine and test components and support systems to ensure that they are in compliance with all standards and regulations.

·Must be competent to make electrical/mechanical diagnostic evaluation and prescribe corrective action.

·Test and calibrate electrical/electronic systems and components to ensure that they are operating properly or locate defects.

·Uses computerized equipment and software to perform testing functions and produce graphs for records and tracking.

·Troubleshoots and repairs electrical/mechanical problems in the robotic systems.

·Assembles and installs electrical and electro-mechanical components and systems.

·Devises, sets up and operates electronic instrumentation and related electro mechanical or electro pneumatic/hydraulic apparatus used for operation of mechanical or electrical equipment or drives.

·Utilize technical materials such as equipment manuals, MSDS, safety materials, system drawings, Process and instrument Diagrams (P&ID’s), schematics and blueprints to troubleshoot and maintain systems.



·Ontario Industrial Electrician (442A, 309A) and Mechanic (Millwright) Certificate of Qualification

·Must have CET designation

·Minimum of 7 years experiences troubleshooting and repairing mechanical presses, CNC machines and welding equipment.

·Good working understanding of electro-mechanical principles.

·Must have strong PLC knowledge, minimum 2 years experiences in writing, programming, and trouble-shooting Programmable Logic (Siemens Step 7, Allen Bradley 5, SLC505, etc.)and troubleshooting experience

·Valid scissor lift and lift truck certificate.

·Able to work independently with minimum supervision and be reliable

·Able to problem solve quickly and efficiently.

·Good communication skills and must be able to communicate fluently in English (both written and verbal)

·Willingness to work as a team and get along well with others

·Must be flexible with working hours and breaks

·Willing to take responsibility for their work and respond to company needs; i.e. work overtime as required to meet deadline

·Working knowledge of IATF & ISO14001 systems.

·Confined Space, Lockout/Tagout & WHMIS training.

·Computer literate and able to use MS office, etc.

·Able to train and evaluate apprentice’s experienced in the use of electrical diagnostic equipment such as millimeters, amp clamps and meggers to test electrical circuits and components to locate shorts, faulty connections, defective parts and replaces or repairs to suite.

·Be able to read, interpret, and modify electrical prints and schematics and document all self-created changes.

·General understanding and hands on experience with explosion proof and intrinsically safe work environments. Knowledge of applicable NEC and NFPA codes.

·Complete understanding of Plant electrical systems, including DC voltage and AC voltage from 24V to 600V.

·Complete understanding of relay and discrete device control systems.

·Proficiency in electrical installations with conduit and wiring practices.

·Experience using sensing and control devices.

·Experience using both DC and AC motors, VF Drives and Servo Controlled Systems (Allen Bradley preferred).

·Experience with plant floor automation and office Ethernet, Device Net, Control Net network wiring and Fiber optic Networks.

·Assesses own strengths and weaknesses; Pursues training and development opportunities; Strives to continuously build knowledge and skills; Shares expertise with others.

·Directs and coordinates fabrication and installation to ensure equipment and systems conform to engineering design, and Federal and State codes.

·Overall responsibility for ensuring safety of the work place, by seeing that appropriate practices are established, in place and enforced.

·Responsible for ensuring that equipment specific energy control procedures are developed for all equipment that present the potential for the release of hazardous energy

·Must fully understand and adhere to the ARC Flash & electrical shock prevention policy.

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  • Job ID / No. du Poste: 21906
  • Open Positions / Postes Ouverts: 1
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