Robotic Welder

Robotic Welder

2288 *Location is LEAMINGTON, ON
Manufacturing / Skilled Trades
Full-time, three shifts

Minimum Qualifications (non negotiable):

Responsibilities include but not limited to, operating a robotic cell, ensure the robot is efficient,

report any defects, and other duties as required. 



• 1+ years experience MIG Welding


• Physically capable of lifting in excess of 40lbs

• Ability to stand for long periods of time

• Must have steel toe boots

• Must have reliable transportation

• Must be able to work any 3 shifts and overtime when needed




Preferred but negotiable:

​General Attribute/Competencies:

• Ownership – Take pride in the work that is accomplished, and understand the

function or process flow for the larger picture.

• Organization – Able to maintain process to ensure all relevant information or tools

are accessible.

• Attention to Detail – Attend to details and pursue quality in the accomplishment of

tasks, regardless of the volume of duties encountered.

• Adaptability – Adapt and respond to changing conditions, priorities, technology and


• Results Orientation – Able to focus on desired outcomes, and the means by which

they are achieved by meeting and or exceeding standards based on past

Job Description:

 • Weld quality welds using the robotic welder
• Lift, twist and place finished parts on a skid or bin
• Refer to white sample
• Understand and troubleshoot when the robot gives a problem code
• Return the robot to home position
• Restart the program from last completed position or weld.
• Ensure all products adhere to the production specifications of the customer
• Utilize jigs and fixtures to produce successful parts and report any defects
• Read and interpret blue prints and process sheets
• Operate hand tools
• Read a tape measure to take critical measurements
• Maintain safe work practices
• Conduct repairs, modifications or retrofits
• Assist in training & mentoring newer employees
• Maintain a clean and safe work environment i.e. work station, lunchroom etc.
• Present a professional image of Essex Weld Solutions, and a personal commitment
to the safety and well being of all employees.
• Participate in continuous improvements, 5S and 8 Waste initiatives, including and not
limited to processes, production flow etc.
• Report any hazards to the Plant Manager or Supervisor immediately so corrective
action can be taken.
• Support the Health & Safety Program
• Adhere to Section 28 of OHSA (Canada)
• Practice safe and proper use of machinery and tools
• Perform all other duties as required
• You must adhere to Essex Weld Solutions Culture and Guiding Values as stated in

How To Apply

​If you are interested in applying for this job or have any questions please contact:

Josie Castagna, Job Developer

 (519) 977-6444 ext. 5533,

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