millwright – night shift


Are you a licensed Millwright with incredible troubleshooting abilities? What about a Maintenance Mechanic with over 10 years of experience?
This opportunity will involve you working on a small team wtih a high level of communication to ensure that the jobs get done in a time effective manner. You’ll be working with a Manager who is open and direct with communication and wants the best for the company and for his team members.

– straight shift (11 pm – 7:15 am)
– $39.23 hourly PLUS $1 shift premium
– if you are dual ticketed as a Millwright & Electrician you’ll receive a starting wage of $45.31
– unique industry
– small shift where you will get to know your colleagues
– low stress environment
– team oriented organization that is family run
– opportunity for growth
– uniforms are paid for by the company
– week off paid at Christmas. If you decide to work, it’s automatically 1.5x pay
– benefits available from day 1 if you are currently employed elsewhere
– RRSP matching
– annual wage increases

– maintaining a variety of equipment, including hydraulics/pneumatics
– performing fabrication of replacement parts using welding and machine shop tools
– TIG and MIG welding
– follow up with operators after an implemented repair to see if it is working effectively
– working at times on your own and with a team

– must have 433A Millwright license OR have 10 + years of experience as an unlicensed Millwright/Maintenance Mechanic
– strong troubleshooting and fabrication abilities (MIG, TIG, machining)
– able to commit to the night shift
– strong communication skills
– able to train on the day shift and then transition to nights
– able to pass a criminal record check

If you are interested in finding out more about this role, please give Shannon a call at 519-763-7775 x2, or email your resume and questions to

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