Job Description

Our client leading innovator of products manufactured for the built environment using scrap polymers diverted from landfills. Trusted by global architects, builders, engineers, contractors and acoustic consultants for products which are engineered for superior performance, backed by third party test data and recognized for their sustainable credentials. This makes our client one of the preeminent global engineering resources. Our mission is to be the largest recycler of scrap polymers in the world by being in or around every new building constructed globally. This will be achieved by designing, testing and manufacturing more innovative and sustainable products which provide the same superior performance and that continue to divert scrap away from landfills.


You Get To Do:

• Troubleshoot and perform regular maintenance of all equipment

and machines

• Execute planned and ad hoc maintenance

• Commission new equipment

• Perform preventative maintenance for all equipment

• Operate within a multi-skilled environment to maintain the

plant’s machinery and equipment

• Improving processes to minimize production disruption

• Respond to equipment breakdowns; execute mechanical repairs in

a timely manner including pneumatic

and hydraulic systems, drives, bearings, and gears

• Install and maintain production equipment

• Collaborate with the Engineering team to develop, execute and

maintain preventative and predictive

maintenance programs

• Set up and maintain a safe and organized maintenance shop

• Ensure work areas are clean, organized and safe from any


• Ensure the safe and efficient operations of the plant

• Work with the Engineering team to develop BOMs for equipment

and maintain spare parts inventory

• Maintain maintenance records in the company’s enterprise

resource planning software

• Achieve maintenance department business, quality and safety


• Follow human resources, environmental health and safety


• Participate in accident investigations and work refusals

• Participate in work related training

• Maintain and keep current on professional Millwright

designations and licenses

• Any other tasks as required


We Are Ideally Looking For:

• Certified Industrial Mechanic Millwright (433A)

• Completion of secondary school and a recognized Millwright

Apprenticeship Program or equivalent

• 2-4+ years of experience working as a Millwright in an

industrial Manufacturing setting

• Strong mechanical knowledge and electrical knowledge an asset

• Hands-on experience working with pumps, motors, conveying

equipment, hydraulic equipment and large

industrial machines

• Ability to troubleshoot equipment issues

• Working knowledge of local and Canadian electrical and safety


• Advanced working knowledge of electrical, PLC programming, and

motor controls

• Ability to read mechanical drawings, electrical schematics and

manuals for equipment

• Problem-solve and execute solutions, preferably in a

fast-paced manufacturing/industrial environment

• Manage multiple task and prioritize while staying organized

• Work with cross-functional team members

• Work 7 (12.5 hour) days every 2 weeks

• Lift up to 50 lbs on a repetitive basis

• Work every other weekend

• Stand for 12.5 hour shifts

• Unionized position

• Work at heights (training will be provided)

• Demonstrated leadership and work ethic

• Adapt to changing priorities and working conditions

• Experience using Maintenance Software programs

• Counterbalance forklift certification and experience is

considered an asset

• Welding Certification an asset

• Elevated work platform certification an asset

• Clear criminal record check required


• Company paid comprehensive group benefits plan; including

medical, dental, vision and life insurance

• Professional growth opportunities