Electrical Maintenance Technician

Manufacturing Welland, Ontario L3B 5N4, Canada


Essential Responsibilities:

  • Perform work of a specialized nature covering electronic/electrical disciplines and mechanical work
  • Assemble, wire, test & commission new and existing electrical controls, machinery & devices associated with a production manufacturing facility.
  • Maintain plant machinery & equipment from routine electrical maintenance to complex electronic repairs.
  • Troubleshoot industrial electrical and electronic systems, using electronic test equipment (oscilloscopes, megohmmeters, multimeters, signal generators etc.)
  • Comply with all applicable health, safety and environmental legislation and policies.
  • Perform preventative maintenance as assigned
  • Install electrical systems & components up to 480V
  • Accurately document repairs from service requests & PM’s in the computerized maintenance management system (Maximo).
  • Convert service requests to work orders when required.
  • Liaison with external service providers or OEM’s for machinery & equipment overhauls as needed.
  • Will be required to attend specialized training for PLC ladder diagrams/logic, machine controllers, OEM maintenance training etc.
  • Perform diverse and complex assignments in support of GE Welland Gas Engines
  • Reports any abnormal conditions of materials, products or equipment to supervision.
  • Performs 5s related tasks

Preferred Qualifications/Requirements

  • Red Seal 442 certificate of qualification
  • Possess Journeyman status
  • 5- 10 Years’ experience in a manufacturing environment with respect to Mechanical Assembly, Automation and Robotics, Machine Repair, Hydraulic Systems, Pneumatic systems, PLC and CNC based control and logic systems.
  • troubleshooting & repairing automated industrial equipment
  • Experience with controls and calibrating instrumentation (i.e. ultrasonic, thermocouples, flow meters, analyzers, etc.)
  • High voltage and medium voltage (27.3, KV, 480V)
  • Looking for someone with 10 plus years of experience
  • Legal authorization to work in Canada is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job opening

Desired Characteristics:

  • CNC Manufacturing experience or industrial atmosphere
  • Familiarity with various CNC machines, including but not limited to Okuma, Makino, Nile Simmons, Mori Seiki, WFL’s.
  • Experience with programming and troubleshooting PLC’s
  • Experience with Fanuc, Siemens & Okuma controllers
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with cross-functional team members
  • Proven ability to adapt to changing priorities and working conditions
  • Ability to work shutdowns or overtime when required

Work Environment

  • Heavy industrial, requiring 100% of time per week in plant. Required to wear personal protective equipment.
  • Exposure to noise; heights, lighting conditions, materials, products and by-products associated with the manufacture of engine components.
  • Required to climb stairs, ladders to access elevations, able to crouch for periods of time, push, pull, lift and turn while carrying tools, material and equipment in various parts of the facilities.


By combining a rich legacy in the power and gas compression space with pioneering technology, INNIO brings our customers affordable, reliable and sustainable energy solutions for today—and tomorrow. We are helping to meet today’s energy needs with 64 GW of installed capacity and 48,000 of our powerful Jenbacher and Waukesha engines, which can be found in more than 100 countries. And, by harnessing our history of energy industry firsts along with the power of digital innovation, we will continue to deliver for the future. 

As an Equal Opportunity Employer, INNIO offers a comprehensive array of international career opportunities and understands that diversity creates excellence. Known for leadership development, we aim to empower individuals to reach their full potential.