Auxiliary Technician - Vancouver
Auxiliary Technician - Morning Shift
We’re passionate about our technology and we’re gathering momentum…
MineSense Technologies Ltd. is revolutionizing the Mining industry. We combine advanced sensing technologies and data analytics to provide mining companies the ability to better differentiate ore from waste at the mining face and conveyor belts. Our novel solutions are used to significantly boost mine profitability, sustainability and empower mine operators to make processing decisions that directly reduce their environmental footprint.
To help scale and fuel its commercialization strategy, MineSense needs people from diverse disciplines and backgrounds. If you are looking to spark your career and work with like-minded, respected and innovative professionals who are excited by a common vision to change the status-quo, we are the perfect environment for you. Please visit our website at www.minesense.com to learn more about our team!
We are looking to add an Auxiliary Technician to our Operations Team in Vancouver, BC. This position will enable you to develop your skills with hand tools and power tools, as well as gain experience in a detail-oriented production facility. Reporting to the Manager, Operations Vancouver, the Auxiliary Technician is responsible for assisting our Engineering Technicians and Technologists with manufacturing and production activities.
How to Apply:
Please send a copy of your resume to our Human Resources Department at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are also happy to review your cover letter if you wish to include one.
Please make the subject line of your application email “AUXILIARY TECHNICIAN”.
- Load and unload materials to and from the warehouse, ensuring all materials, tools, machinery, and other equipment are safely set up.
- Remove and sort components from disassembled metalwork.
- Prepare and clean up the worksite and remove hazards or safety concerns as they occur.
- Prepare components and metalwork for production (includes modifying with adhesives, grinding metal surfaces, and small assembly work).
- Perform ad-hoc tasks and projects as directed.
- Additional duties as occasionally required by your manager.
- Hands on assembly and maintenance capability.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with a proven ability to work independently as well as in a team.
- Forklift certified in on a sit-down counterbalance forklift is an asset.
- Proficient in using a PC for reports, recording results, and ad hoc assignments.
- Able to safely lift heavy objects up to 30-40 lbs at a steady pace.
- Health & Safety conscious individual.
- Legally able to work in Canada.
Why MineSense is your Next Great Opportunity:
You are guaranteed to work with new technologies that expand your technical knowledge and expertise. We use the latest software, hardware, industrial, controls, and communication technologies in each of our sensor-rich products.
NOTE: We would like to thank all candidates who apply, however, only those who are qualified and who are eligible to accept employment in Canada WITHOUT sponsorship will be considered. No Agencies, please.
MineSense is an equal-opportunity employer and is committed to providing accommodation to individuals with disabilities. Should you require accommodation during the recruitment or hiring process, please contact us at email@example.com for assistance. Information received related to the accommodation needs of applicants will be addressed confidentially.
Irrespective of whether you meet the requirements or not, we extend a warm invitation for you to apply.
We are committed to providing a safe working environment for our employees, our customers and members of the public with whom we interact regularly. Successful candidates must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to work at MineSense and enter a MineSense office. Individuals that cannot be fully vaccinated due to a medical reason or another protected ground under Human Rights legislation may request an accommodation. We will do our best to accommodate those who are unable to be vaccinated.