JOB DESCRIPTION

TECHNICIAN SPINDLES

Location: 665 Rue Laurent, Granby, QC J2G 8P4 

Hours: 40 hr/week

Department: Workshop

You like precision and solving complex mechanical problems

MEC PRECISION Is a forward-looking team that adapts to the changes in the manufacturing world.

We turn problems into solutions!

Our state-of-the-art workshop offers you a user-friendly environment and work tools that correspond to the latest technological advances in our field.

 We offer you the opportunity to increase your knowledge:

  • Work with micrometer accuracy

  • Three-dimensional inspection using a CMM

  • Assemble spindles of great complexity

  • Use our automated test benches

  • Perform rotor balancing using our dynamic balancing benches

  • Provide technical support to our customers

  • Learn the principles of vibration analysis

  • International training (Germany and Italy) with our suppliers

And much more…

  • Progresses in a participative team with decades of combined experience

  • Internal training program, achieves your objectives and becomes a specialist

  • Get competitive compensation based on your experience

POSITION SUMMARY

Under the supervision of the workshop manager, the incumbent must identify and propose correctly and proactively the appropriate solution to solve the Electric Motor (Spindle) in question.  Upon approval, they would then carry out the motor overhaul in an effective, efficient and timely manner.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITY

  • DEC or equivalent in Mechanical Engineering Technology or equivalent work experience

  • Customer driven environment

  • Technically competent analysis skills

  • Attention to detail

  • Ability to focus / concentrate for extended periods of time

  • Resourceful and able to work with limited supervision

  • Experience in high-precision mechanics (Asset)

  • In-depth knowledge of material performance limits (Asset)

  • Bilingualism (Asset)

RESPONSABILITIES DETAILS

  • Perform visual inspection and preliminary tests to determine the

    diagnoses of the engine problem(s);

  • Disassemble the motor according to the company's quality standards;

  • Carry out measurements and tolerances of the motor;

  • Prepare the various requisitions necessary to create the estimate for the customer;

  • Perform the motor overhaul;

  • Perform final testing and run-in to ensure the engine is operating at peak   performance;

  • Perform any other related tasks requested by their immediate supervisor.

EXPECTATIONS

  • Always work in complete safety

  • Team spirit

  • Be passionate

  • Be innovative, share your new ideas

  • Be professional, get involved in your work and achieve your goals

THIS OPPORTUNITY CHALLENGES YOU!

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Head Office
665, rue Laurent
Granby, Quebec
J2G 8P4 CANADA