Électromechanic Night Shift

Main Responsibilities

  • Identifying priorities to optimize production. Managing breakdown emergencies that stop production;
  • During inspection (visual and otherwise), being able to identify a noisy, worn, or even broken part slowing down production;
  • Ensuring preventive and adequate overall maintenance of production equipment (lubrication, cleaning filters, condenser, calibrations);
  • Managing work schedules to always be “in control” of stops, thus minimizing production delays. Able to prevent these delays;
  • Analysing breakdown and malfunction causes and ensuring repair of packaging machinery;
  • Proceeding with the scheduled interventions stated in the preventive plan;
  • Suggesting and proceeding with any modification or adaptation to improve equipment (reliability, quality, safety, performance);
  • Participating in the implementation of new equipment and operators’ training;
  • Respecting periodical maintenance schedule, in compliance with manufacturer’s standards, according to wear and calibration stability.


  • “DEP” (DVS) electrical mechanics;
  • None to three years of experience as electrical mechanic;
  • Experience in the optical field, an asset;
  • Knowledge of mechanics, electricity, hydraulics and pneumatics;
  • Versatile and responsible;
  • Available and adaptable, able to work in a team;
  • Organization and priority management skills, self-reliant, able to take initiatives;
  • Good knowledge of French and English.