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Are you a MIG welder looking for a new opportunity to work with an organization that produces 1000's of parts (you won't get bored!)? If the answer is yes, here is what our client in Guelph is offering to you:

In this role you will be:
- working alongside tenured fitters
- operating MIG welding equipment
- interpreting blueprints to determine weld type and thickness
- working with primarily Carbon Steel
- some TIG welding may be assigned to you as you demonstrate your skill sets
- working with a mentor for the first two weeks of your time there

The perks:
- Quarterly bonus, if you qualify for all 4 quarters, you get an additional $1000
- Fully COMPANY FUNDED RRSP plan after one year of service
- Health Care Spending account of $2000
- overtime after 40 hours worked in a week
- $0.75 shift premium on afternoons
- $1 shift premium on nights
- $22 hourly to start, increases after every 3 months of employment
- can trade off shifts with your colleagues to remain on a steady shift
- tuition reimbursement
- overtime paid out after 40 hours worked in a week
- completely voluntary overtime
- company likes to promote from within
What you need to bring to the table:
- experience with MIG welding
- ability to work a 3 shift rotation
- able to read welding blueprints
- strong work ethic and positive work attitude
- junior welders just out of school are welcome to apply, but will earn a starting wage of $18-$19 hourly
- must be able to provide positive work references
To apply or to learn more about this opportunity please call us at 519-763-7775 x2, or, email your resume to

While our offices remain closed for walk ins, please give us a call. If this role sounds interesting, but it's not quite the right fit for you, please give us a call! We recruit and place Millwrights, Electricians, Machinists, Tool & Die Makers, Machine Builder, Welders and Welder Fitters and Production Supervisors all over the Waterloo Region, Stratford, Woodstock, Guelph and Brantford.

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