Job Number: 6694
Group: Cosma International
Division: Maple Stamping
Job Type: Permanent/Regular
Cosma provides a comprehensive range of body, chassis and engineering solutions to global customers. Through our robust product engineering, outstanding tooling capabilities and diverse process expertise, we continue to bring lightweight and innovative products to market.
Maple Stamping, a Division of the Cosma Canada & USA Group of Magna International Inc., is a long-standing automotive stamping and assembly shop that has a great story and a rich history as part of the Magna Family.
An amalgamation of two prior shops dating back to 1978, the modern Maple Stamping as we now know it was formed in 2008 here in Concord, Ontario, Canada. We are proud to celebrate our employee base of more than 400 hard working people, that together represent a diverse and multi-disciplined team - many of whom have worked loyally for Magna for more than 30 years. Accordingly, we are eager to continue building on our narrative in the 2020's and we want you to become a part of our story too.
We offer professional hard and soft skill development for all of our team by empowering our veteran employees to educate and lead the new; and, in turn, we wholeheartedly embrace the spririt of Kaizen or continuous improvement in part by embracing change and encouraging new employees to be impactful with their ideas and talents. Our employee experience is family-oriented and specifically focused on offering a degree of work-life balance that is rarely found in the facilities of our competitors. Our continuous improvement programs are reflective of the creative and dynamic work envrionment we offer to our people, rewarding those seeking to disrupt the status quo and engage in changing for the better.
The Maintenance Department, to which you are encouraged to apply to today, is comprised of a diverse team of licenced tradespeople that are well versed in all elements common to a competitive and modern manufacturing facility in North America. Mechanical, electrical, control systems, programming and a deep understanding of welding are joined together to address problems and promote continuous improvement in the areas of heavy brake press stamping, automated welding, robotics, safety systems, visions systems and general automation. If you are a talented and exceptional tradesperson either with a lot of experience or simply a keeness and willingness to learn and hone your skills, you will find boundless opportunities to cultivate your career here and learn from the experience of our Maintenance Team.
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As an Electrician with our Maintenance Department, you will leverage your knowledge and training to repair and care for a host of industrial manufacturing equipment. Common activities include installing or maintaining wiring, motors, transformers, generators, lighting and other electrical systems and components in full compliance of the electrical code and all Maple safety procedures.
As a member of an interdisciplinary team that includes millwrights, toolmakers, robot and weld technicians, you will support preventative maintenance actions and respond to numerous service calls as they arise in both the Assembly and Press areas of the plant.
In considering the ideal candidate for this role, you will represent one of two key kinds of individuals. You are either a seasoned, certified journeyperson with years of related industrial experinece in either a brake stamping or automated welding environment, or an eager newcomer to the field of automotive manufacturing that may have just earned their licence, but have proven themselves in school and/or skills competitions. Consider Maple Stamping to be your next proving ground and help us diversify and enhance our existing skills matrix.
- Perform maintenance on plant facilities and equipment as required.
- Schedule routine maintenance to ensure the most efficient flow of production with the least possible downtime.
- Work with production scheduler to schedule repairs ensuring scheduler is aware when work assignments cannot be completed as planned.
- Capable of programming controls equipment beyond the level of simple troubleshooting (PLC, drives, safety PLC, weld timers, robots, etc.)
- Maintain own work area clean, tidy and a safe environment in which to work.
- Maintain maintenance logs as required.
- Capable of identifying and utilizing external resources (vendors, contractors, technical support, etc.)
- Conduct final safety approval of repaired equipment where necessary.
- Assertive and self-motivated with the ability to analyze and prioritize tasks in order to plan work.
- Values safety and careful adherence to safety policies as a priority over all other factors while completing work independently or as a team.
- Intimate knowledge of equipment and processes within scope of job. Certified in use of all required equipment.
- Competency with electrical code in order to design and build circuits for production machines or power distribution.
- Openness to new ideas, departmental and organizational change; capable of mobilizing ideas into actions.
- Skilled in root cause analysis and troubleshooting techniques of common equipment problems.
- Knowledge, and ideally past experience working on MEDAR and Lincoln welders.
- Creative problem-solving skills are essential.
- Proficient in FANUC programming.
- Must possess an Ontario/Journeyman Certificate of Qualification for Electrician (442 or 309A).
- Minimum two (2) years’ related experience in an industrial environment.
- Ability to communicate fluently in English, both written and verbal.
- Possession of one’s own tool box and tools necessary to perform electrical work.
- Experience using industrial equipment such as aerial platforms considered a key asset.
- Must be able to support working on the basis of rotating shifts, days (6:45 am - 3:00 pm) and afternoons (2:45 pm - 11:00 pm). Rotation is based on a two-week schedule.
- Working under general supervision of Supervisor or Designee.
- Required to wear all PPE including company provided uniforms, ear plugs, safety glasses, CSA-approved footwear and any relevant job-specific items.
- Required to carry out routine, repetitive tasks such as reaching, pushing, pulling, standing, walking, lifting, packing, stacking and bending.
- Regularly exposed to noise, temperature change and on occasion lubricants.
- May be required to work overtime as dictated by customer requirements or projects at hand.
We would like to thank you on behalf of the Leadership Team at Maple Stamping for taking the time to review this opportunity and apply. Although only applicants selected for next steps will be contacted directly, we appreciate the submissions of all candidates and encourage you to consider Magna International as an employer of choice.
Accommodations for disabilities in relation to the job selection process are available upon request.