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Machine Shop Technician – AFTERNOONS in Burlington at Can-Tech Services

Date Posted: 4/27/2018

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MACHINE SHOP TECHNICIAN – Afternoon Shift Location: Burlington, ON Rate: $35 per hour (based on experience) Term: 12-month contract position (extendable) Shift: Afternoons – 3:00pm to 11:00pm (flexible) Primary Responsibilities: Reporting to the Operations Supervisor, the Machine Shop Technician will be responsible for operating machinery in the overhaul repair shop and for repairing complex parts, producing to close tolerances. • Perform own set-ups by positioning and aligning tooling and components • Maintain tolerances by observing operation and making necessary machine adjustments, cutter changes, calculating feed and speeds and performing operator self-verification (OSV) • Document final sizing on work router and communicate all discrepancies in machining to supervision • Pre-sizing of required bushings to provide desired press fit for installation • Perform work from set-up sheets and technique sheets and if none, create accordingly. • Support and promote continuous improvement, 5S activities and Standard Work Development in the department • Support TPM action and daily clean ups • Perform other duties as assigned • Work in a safe team-oriented environment and follow the 5 cardinal rules Please note this position is for Afternoon Shift. Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications for “B” Entry Level: • Grade 12 diploma or equivalent plus recognized and accredited college/trade program plus three (3) years at Machinist “C” level plus General Machinist / Tool Die Certificate of Qualification or recognized and accredited college/trade program plus General Machinist / Tool Die Certificate of Qualification plus five (5) or more years prior outside Machining experience on a boring mill • C of Q strongly preferred • Demonstrated ability to read and interpret blueprints, utilize micrometers, verniers, etc., in support of quality requirements • Demonstrated ability to operate and use an overhead crane in a safe manner • Strong verbal and written communication skills • Willingness to train and operate other machines in the cell • Self-starter with initiative and the ability to work independently • Must be willing and able to work steady afternoon shift (3pm-11pm) and support off shifts as needed including weekends. Please send your resume to Regina at