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Job detailsJob 1of 1ApplySend to friendSave to cartView similar jobsReq ID9903BRPosition TitleAssemblerNo. of Positions4Geographic LocationGuelph, Ontario, CanadaFacilitySkyjack Guelph Plant 1DepartmentProductionJob DescriptionAssemblerQUALIFICATIONS:• High School diploma or equivalent.• One year of training and/or experience.• Ability to read and understand work orders to obtain information about the customers’ set up preferences. Interpret assembly and schematic drawings to troubleshoot technical problems with subassemblies and finished products.• Ability to take measurements to perform such tasks as cutting wire to specific lengths or drilling holes in the correct location. Measure parts, compare to specifications and adjust the fit.• Possess problem solving skills to resolve conflicts. For example, an assembly drawing is incorrect: with skill and experience, identify and correct the error, consulting with co-workers or lead if other opinions are required.• Ability to interact with their supervisor to receive work assignments and to troubleshoot assembly and quality problems. Communicate with co-workers to co-ordinate work and to exchange information about procedures and technical problems.• Ability to work independently and/or work with a partner to complete large or complex jobs as required. Work in a team environment under the direction of a supervisor as required.• Ability to use computer applications and prepare memos as needed. For example, use computer-controlled machinery to read diagnostic information. Access technical information and enter production data.• Possess drive and motivation to continuously learn and to maintain a current knowledge of equipment technology, electronics and safety. Participate in off-site training, for example, taking courses at community colleges.RESPONSIBILITIES:• Develop and implement a Brand and Communication strategy, standards and practices company-wide that elicit the behaviour, emotion and recognition objectives of the company.• Assemble, fit and install prefabricated parts to form subassemblies or finish products using hand and power tools.• Position, align and adjust parts for proper fit and assembly and connect cables, tubes and wires.• Fasten parts together using bolting and riveting equipment or other fastening and joining techniques.• Operate or tend automated assembling equipment, such as robotics and fixed automation equipment.• Operate small cranes to transport or position larger parts as required.• Make sub-assemblies to drawings and specifications.• Perform quality checks as required.• Complete SPC charts and flow sheets.• Pack in approved containers.• Perform other duties/projects as assigned.Linamar is committed to promoting accessible recruitment as outlined in the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Linamar will attempt to accommodate persons with a disability in an appropriate and effective manner throughout all stages of the recruitment process. Accommodations will be provided upon request.Current ShiftAfternoonsNightsEmployment TypeFull Time HourlyPercentage of Travel Required1-10%Removal Date15-Nov-2018ApplySend to friendSave to cartView similar jobs