Industrial Electrician

Job description

Industrial Electrician


  • 442A/309A/Red Seal Electrician Certificate of Qualification required.
  • Minimum 3 years of experience as a commercial or industrial electrician.
  • Electronics manufacturing background preferred.
  • Project managements skills: ability and desire to take the initiative and responsibility to meet project objectives and deadlines.
  • Working knowledge of Lock-Out Tag-Out, Electrical Safety, Arc Flash protection requirements is required.
  • Computer literacy & knowledge of MS Office tools required.
  • Knowledge of PLCs, VFDs and servo drives an asset.

Work conditions:

8 hour shift / Monday to Friday / Overtime & Overtime Pay


  • Perform electrical installations and modifications including conduit and cable install, electrical equipment mounting, industrial automation system installation and lighting system repair/installation.
  • Must be able to work with higher voltage 3-phase electrical systems, generators, manufacturing equipment, and HVAC units.
  • Perform general industrial electrical maintenance, install, repair, diagnose and maintain Production equipment including preventative and unplanned maintenance.
  • Plan, Diagram, Read and interpret electrical drawings, schematics, maintenance manuals.
  • Promote compliance with Health & Safety standards, and Manufacturing Best Practices at all times.
  • Work closely with production team members to resolve equipment issues and improve efficiency.
  • Follow good housekeeping procedures and maintain a tidy, clean and safe work area on the floor and in the maintenance shop.
  • Ensure that all required documentation is completed correctly and on time including timesheets, maintenance logs, equipment monitoring and operational forms, work orders and inventory counts.
  • Attend project and continuous improvement meetings, liaise with electrical parts supply vendors and complete requisitions for parts and supplies.

The following skills and experience will be considered an asset:

  • Able to test, troubleshoot, calibrate, adjust and repair analog components, digital and logic circuits, microprocessor-controlled devices, programmable logic and automation controllers, electronic process measurement systems and electronic controllers, HMIs, VFDs and servo drives.
  • Able to troubleshoot and repair equipment failures to minimize downtime.

All applicants must have or be able to obtain a lift and fall protection certificate and be comfortable working at elevated heights up to 3 stories.

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