Maintenance Technician

Manufacturing Toronto, Ontario


Maintenance Technician


The Maintenance – Mechanical position is responsible for all mechanical repairs to production equipment and company equipment in all divisions.   


  • Troubleshoot malfunctions, identify root cause and perform mechanical repairs and installations of Machining, Assembly and fabrication equipment in both divisions.
  • Troubleshoot and repair mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems of CNC machines
  • Use hand tools, drill press, grinder, saws, and all other machine shop tools to complete tasks.
  • Participate and complete Preventative Maintenance tasks within the company Preventative Maintenance Program
  • Ordering and sourcing of repair components for machinery repairs and day to day consumables.
  • Participate in company projects related to new or modified equipment involving design and repair
  • Utilize all company safety practices and policies in repairing company equipment.
  • Support, participate and utilize all Lean Manufacturing initiatives, FEM program and ISO requirements
  • Adhere to company safety programs including Lockout / Tagout, zero mechanical state for equipment, fall protection equipment, ladder, lift equipment regulations and confined space requirements under OSHA
  • Work various shifts, overtime and weekends as and when required.



The use of appropriate safety equipment described below is a condition of employment and not one of choice. Safety equipment that must be worn while performing job responsibilities is as follows:

-Safety glasses

-Hard hats, gloves, face shields

-Hearing protection

-Safety harnesses for fall protection

-Safety shoes

-Flame retardant uniform


  • Minimum of 3 year experience in hands on repair and maintenance of Machine /CNC machines and Assembly Equipment in a high volume manufacturing environment
  • Possession of Ontario Millwright License or equivalent experience will be an asset.
  • Forklifts and Scissor lift certified.
  • Able to read mechanical drawings and electrical schematics and basic electric trouble shooting skill
  • Ability to use measuring instruments such as micrometers, calipers, and Vernier’s
  • Good communication skills and able to converse with all levels of company employees, suppliers and contractors
  • Solid organization skills and complete maintenance tasks with minimal supervision
  • Good computer skills to communicate with suppliers or source required repair components
  • Experience to use welding and Flame cutting equipment.