Licensed Millwright, Manufacturing



Licensed Millwright, Manufacturing



Employment Type:



per year

Job Description:

Join our team of Canada's top Millwrights!
Working at one of Canada's Top 100 employers means opportunity, challenge and teamwork.
"I really like the security and stability of the employment. It helps me understand that my kids are provided for" - TMMC Team Member
"I like the diversity of the different shops that you can go work in. You can have different careers under 1 roof" - TMMC Team Member
"The sense of teamwork is huge" - TMMC Team Member
Why join TMMC
Great compensation
Comprehensive benefits from Day 1
Safe, modern facilities
Paid training
Onsite fitness facility
Opportunity to make an impact
What we offer
Starting rate of $41.51/hour. After 6 working months, a full rate of $43.69/hour
Afternoon shift premium of $2.17/hour
Night shift premium of $4.33/hour
Paid overtime
Annual bonus
Benefits & Perks:
Flexible Health Care Benefits starting on your 1st day
Competitive Defined Contribution Pension with contribution matching by TMMC
Vehicle Discounts
19 days paid time off
9 statutory holidays per year
5 floating holidays per year
Training on equipment and technologies
Tuition reimbursement for career development and personal interest courses
Tools and equipment provided
Allowance for uniforms
Free membership to our onsite fitness center
Relocation allowance
What you'll do as a Millwright
Work with advanced manufacturing equipment such as conveyors, overhead and transfer systems, automated guided vehicles, robotic systems, and presses.
Work in a fast-paced team-orientated flexible manufacturing environment
Perform preventative maintenance on electrical and mechanical equipment under standardized procedures
Troubleshoot and repair hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical equipment
Troubleshoot, replace and/or repair machine components including cylinders, pumps, motors, spindles, fixtures, slides, valves, gears, switches, and bearings
Perform welding, sheet metal fabricating, hand finishing, grinding, and polishing
Design and test hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical equipment and systems
What you need to join our team
Ontario or Inter-Provincial 426A/433A Millwright Certificate of Qualification
Completion of Apprenticeship as a Millwright preferred, or 7 years relevant experience
Minimum 2 years of relevant work experience as a Licensed Millwright
Ability to work 3 rotating shifts
Strong problem-solving skills related to troubleshooting equipment issues, preferably in a fast-paced manufacturing/industrial environment
Demonstrated experience troubleshooting and repairing many different types of automated equipment
A background in or affinity toward troubleshooting hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, and machine components
Demonstrated experience with PLC - Ladder Logic, VFD
Demonstrated experience performing preventative maintenance on electrical and mechanical equipment
Welding and machine shop/fabrication experience
Interest in working in a multi-skilled position (mechanical and electrical)
Proven ability to adapt to changing priorities and working conditions
Passion for teamwork, ongoing learning, continuous improvement, and maintaining a respectful and safe environment
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with cross-functional team members
Rigging and hoisting experience is preferred
The flexibility to work at Cambridge and/or Woodstock facility
Apply today and build your career with TMMC.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us at . You can also learn more by visiting our Skilled Trades Career Page.
TMMC is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a diverse workforce. We believe in enabling people of different ages, sexes, sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expressions, TMMC colours, races, ancestries, citizenships, ethnic origins, places of origin, and creeds to work together and realize their full potential. Applicants with disabilities, please advise us during the recruitment and selection process if you require accommodation.
Company Info
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada

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