Technical or Technician Manufacturing Positions in Peterborough

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

Adecco is currently recruiting in the Peterborough area for our international client seeking Technical or Technician Manufacturing contract positions.  These Technical or Technician Manufacturing contract positions are 6 months in length TO START and can be extended.  The Technical or Technician Manufacturing contract positions are rotating shifts from 8:00am to 5:00pm Second Shift is 4:30pm to 1:30am.  YOU MUST HAVE PREVIOUS ELECTRONICS EXPERIENCE OR TRAINING/SCHOOLING.

These Technical or Technician Manufacturing positions require you to validate conformance to product specifications and analyze systems using production test procedures and equipment.
Support the development and implementation of test procedures, and equipment maintenance and acquisition plans in conjunction with the Test Lab Supervisor.

Provide analytical details on product issues identified during test procedures, including root cause analysis and suggest possible corrective actions.

QUALIFICATIONS for these Technical or Technician Manufacturing :
Post-secondary Degree or Diploma Electronics Engineering Technician or Technologist or equivalent.
Excellent interpersonal, communication, organizational, computer, coaching and facilitation skills.
 Ability to work with minimal supervision in a fast pace team environment, support other team members, and liaise with other departments when necessary.
Excellent technical skills. 
Good Excel, Word skills
Strong Root Cause and Analytical skills, 

  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_1_021050_12108858

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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