Electrician needed at Magna International St Thomas, Ontario, Canada- Apply Now

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Job Number: 5350

Group: Cosma International

Division: Formet Industries

Job Type: Permanent/Regular

Location: ST. THOMAS

Group Description

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.

Company Description

Formet is one of the largest manufacturing employers in Southwestern Ontario producing body and chassis components for assembly plants across North America. Our 1.1 million square foot facility features industry-leading hydroforming, roll-forming, hot-stamping, robotic assembly and post-assembly coating processes. At Formet, we take care of each other and live by the motto “One Team. One Formet.”

Wage

$42.65 CAD per hour and up to $44.00 / Hour with Shift Premiums.

$2000.00 Signing Bonus!! (Paid in Installments, Not applicable to Magna transfers)

Benefits

  • $42.65 per hour
  • Shifts rotate every 2 weeks between Days/Afternoons and Midnights
  • Shift Premiums of $0.85/hour (afternoons and $1.35/hour (midnights)
  • Vacation = 2 weeks of paid vacation (3 weeks after 3 years) + 3 Company Paid holidays + 2x ½ days = 14 days annually
  • Medical and Dental Benefits
  • Magna will contribute an amount equal to 3% of regular earnings every week to your retirement savings (MBC program)
  • Profit sharing paid in the second quarter of every year (EEPP Program)
  • Matched GRRSP
  • Company Paid Life Insurance and Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D)
  • Safety Shoe annual allowance, prescription Safety Glasses annual allowance, Custom Molded Earplug allowance
  • Company paid uniforms (if you choose to use).
  • Company BBQ, Holiday Parties and Company Events
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives
  • Annual Employee Opinion Survey
  • Magna Service Award Program
  • Magna Scholarship Program
  • Roger’s and Bell cellphone data plan available – as low as $40/month!
  • Subsidized cafeteria
  • Educational Assistance Program
  • Jump Start Program for personal training – $300 benefit
  • Employee Discounts: new vehicles, amusement parks, etc.
  • Plant-Wide Continuous Improvement Program: 2021 bonus = $1860
  • You get to work with a FANTASTIC Team!
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Accommodations for disabilities in relation to the job selection process are available upon request.

Recommended Qualifications

Grade 12 diploma or equivalent.

Electrical Certificate of Qualification (309A or 442A).

Minimum Two Years’ Experience As An Industrial Electrician.

Technology

  • Fanuc Robotics
  • Laser Cutting – Robotic and CNC
  • CNC Benders
  • Hydroform and Hot Stamp Presses
  • Roll forming
  • Robotic Welding and component assembly
  • Power and Free conveyors
  • Automatic Guided Vehicles
  • Aluminum robotic welding

Position Summary

To increase uptime, throughput, efficiency and quality, through the process of maintaining, designing, developing and continuously improving our equipment and the utilization of technology to ensure the best quality parts are produced.

Core Skills

  • Experience in hydraulics, pneumatics and electrical systems
  • Capable of multitasking and working with attention to detail and accuracy
  • Work requires exercise of independent judgement and making decisions within established regulations and policies
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Ability to work well in a team environment
  • Experience to repair and replace defective parts.

Additional Information

Accommodations for disabilities in relation to the job selection process are available upon request.

Thank you to all who apply. Only those who are selected to move forward will be contacted.

07–Operations F–Permanent/Regular


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