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Evening Electrical Mechanic (License C)

No. 63
January 19, 2023
$28 to $32 per hour according to experience (premiums included)
Job category
Skilled Trades - Manufacturing
Type of job
Evening shift, Monday to Thursday from 3 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. (training may be given during the day shift – the schedule is Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.)
What you are passionate about is mechanics, but you know that deep down, you love electricity and everything that surrounds this industry! What if it’s possible to have the best of both worlds and combine all those interests that you have? Our client is looking for an electrical mechanic who wants to use their previous experience in the field, and this, 4 evenings a week. For more than 50 years, our client has been offering their services across North America to businesses that want to solidify and update their development projects. They are proud to offer complete coaching from A to Z for each of the projects, including counters, displays, storage displays and more. Do you want to be part of a company that cares about the quality of their services and that actively support causes and foundations? All there's missing is you!


  • Responding and handling emergency service calls, mainly for production failures.
  • Diagnosing electrical and mechanical issues on equipment.
  • Performing regular preventive maintenance on equipment.
  • Installing, replacing and moving electrical and mechanical equipment.
  • Participating in the manufacture of parts in two processes: part machining and MIG welding.
  • Performing other related tasks that can support your team.


  • Group insurance (medical, dental and vision) to support you in your daily life.
  • The telemedicine service dialogue available at all times to get free assistance related to your health (know that this service gives you access to a doctor).
  • A profit-sharing scheme with employer contribution to invest in your future.
  • $350 per year to ensure you have up-to-date work tools.
  • $150 per year for safety work boots.
  • A bank of 3 sick days to keep your peace of mind.
  • Work clothes and prescription safety glasses provided for your professional well-being.

Job requirements

  • You have in hand a DVS in Electromechanics or a DVS in Industrial Mechanics.
  • You have 5 and more years of mechanical and electrical experience.
  • You have experience in pneumatics, hydraulics, welding and troubleshooting.
  • You are able to provide your basic personal tools to complete your tasks.
  • You have a C licence.
  • It’s a nice touch if you have more manufacturing experience.

Desired profile

  • It goes without saying, you have to be manual: you change coal into gold with your hands.
  • Being organized, versatile and resourceful are your greatest qualities.
  • Problems? Nothing alarming for you, you are always in solution and resolution mode.
  • Being part of a team and working with your colleagues are your favourite part of your job.

Advisor for this position

Philippe Falardeau
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