Journeyman Electrician – manufacturing experience req’d
Our client is seeking a full-time, permanent Journeyman Electrician, experienced with hydraulic motion controls and encoders and preventative maintenance in a manufacturing environment. The position requires relocation to a small town 3 hours north of Edmonton, Alberta and relocation assistance is offered.
How can you stand out? Well, if You…
- Are a Journeyman Electrician with maintenance experience in a fast-paced manufacturing environment
- Have broad electrical experience which includes preventative maintenance, as well as installations and upgrades, working on a variety of motors, hydraulic motion controls and encoders (Must Have)
- Have strong problem solving and troubleshooting skills and are at ease interpreting schematics and understanding technical manuals
- Are interested in working a rotational shift
- Are a team player and driven to never give up until you find a solution to every problem….This role might be for you!
As the ideal candidate you are committed to working safely, have excellent planning and organizational skills and are seeking an excellent career opportunity in an area offering year-round activities and a balanced lifestyle.
- Are legally authorized to work in Canada (e.g. Canadian citizenship or permanent residency status)
- Have 2 or more years’ maintenance experience, in a manufacturing environment and a valid Journeyman Ticket (Must provide a copy)
- Have a ‘Can Do’ attitude and a willingness to do whatever it takes to get the job done
- Thrive within a diverse workforce and have a proactive approach to continually look for improvement opportunities within the operation
- Are proficient in the English language (oral and written)
Our client is a well-respected employer and leading manufacturer of a wide range of forest products throughout their operations across Western Canada and joint ventures in the Southern United States. As an industry leader, in world markets, they provide a dynamic environment and consider the success of their people the most valuable resource.