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Millwright in Calgary at Superior Industries

Date Posted: 5/7/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Calgary
  • Job Type:
    Other
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    5/7/2018

Job Description

PRIMARY FUNCTION
The primary function of the Millwright Assembly department is to perform all necessary assembly routines before and after equipment has been painted and perform typical machine shop operations.
 
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
  • Assembly is completed according to planned schedule
  • Conveyors and equipment meet all quality standards for assembly
  • Completed machine functions properly
  • Work area is clean and orderly
  • Safe operation of all equipment
PRIMARY TASKS
  • Read and interpret blueprint detail drawings and dimension styles
  • Use shop paperwork to complete machine assembly
  • Install purchase parts and sub-assemblies prior to and after the painting process
  • Install drive and pulleys
  • Update paperwork to reflect any changes
  • Perform inspection of machine products (including documentation of results)
  • Operate equipment safely – Ironworker, small Band Saw, Drill Presses, Jancey drills, cutting torch, and other equipment, as required
  • Complete manufacturing needs through preforming the following tasks:  milling, turning, drilling, tapping, de-burring, sawing, and sanding
  • Follow safe operating and lifting procedures for overhead cranes
  • Operate forklift according to safe operating procedures, including acquisition and maintenance of training certificate
  • Test-run completed equipment prior to shipment
 OTHER TASKS
  • Keep floor clean and free of steel and tools, sweeping when necessary
  • Special projects as assigned
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Must be able follow routers, use simple math to perform basic calculations and use basic hand held measuring tools
  • Must be able to read and interpret blueprints
  • Reliable attendance is critical
  • Able to work in a team environment
  • Attention to detail
  • Read 1/8”, 1/16”, and 1/32” gradations on tape measure
  • Convert feet to inches and vice versa