Mechanical Assembly

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  • Category
    Industrial & manufacturing - Assembly / Production
  • Job type
    Temporary/Contract
  • Location
    Ottawa, Ontario

Adecco is currently hiring for Mechanical Assemblers for our client in Ottawa West (Kanata). This is a contract starting approximately January 16th and is estimated to end March 29th. We are offering Full Time Hours Monday to Friday days at $15/hr.

 

Mechanical Assembly Requirements:

  • Basic understanding of fastener types and drive heads
  • Knowledge of various adhesives and adhesive applications
  • Use of basic hand tools (e.g. screwdrivers, torque drivers, drill, etc.)
  • Basic computer and internet skills (email, spreadsheets, google drive)
  • Good verbal and written communications
  • Able to follow work instruction documents
  • Able to perform simple test and program of products
  • 1 to 2 years of general assembly experience
  • Ability to meet deadlines and achieve company goals
  • Able to work well in a team environment
  • Good attention to detail
  • Able to focus and complete tasks in a timely manner

Mechanical Assembly Duties:

  • Mechanical assembly of prefabricated parts to form subassemblies
  • Final assembly, consisting of various subassemblies
  • Cutting, and trimming, of metal, and plastic parts
  • Fasten parts using a variety of adhesives and fasteners
  • Read and apply work instructions and drawings to meet specified requirements
  • Use barcode scanner, and computer for records keeping, and office communications
  • Team Lift up to 77 pounds
  • Packing products for shipments

To be considered for the Mechanical Assembly role, please click on Apply Now!

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Reference number CA_EN_1_021956_12109376

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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