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Source: LocalWork.ca Listed: Tuesday 27 April, 2021
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Stuyver's Bread 
Maintenance Millwright 
Job Description - Maintenance Millwright Stuyver's Bread, located in the Gloucester Industrial Park in Aldergrove, is looking for a Maintenance Millwright! About Stuyver's: Flour, Water, Yeast and Salt. Our ingredients may be simple, but it's the collective passion of our dedicated team that really changes the equation. At Stuyver's, we value our partnerships with our customers and our vendors just as much as the premium ingredients used to make our organic bread. Our 72,000 square foot facility in Langley, British Columbia, features flexible, state-of-the-art baking equipment, including artisan bread lines and blast freezing technology. This enables us to bake large volumes of bread to a high standard of consistent quality. Stuyver's has enjoyed steady growth over the past few years, and we credit this to the quality of our people. If you also have the passion and dedication to help sustain our success, we want to hear from you today! About the position: The Maintenance Millwright will be responsible for the installation, layout, preventative and ongoing maintenance of machinery and equipment. Working as part of the Maintenance Team, the Millwrights ensure all machinery is running safely and the plant is operating in compliance with applicable regulations. All Maintenance work will be carried out efficiently, while having the highest priority on safety. This position reports directly to our Maintenance Manager. Job Duties: Diagnose, repair, or replace faulty packaging and processing equipment including motors and drives Read, follow, and interpret blueprints, schematic drawings, technical instructions and manuals to determine and perform work procedures, required maintenance and service Determine and follow procedures for testing existing and newly installed machines and equipment to maximized output Troubleshoots, identifies, and repairs equipment to limit downtime Assist with the setup and movement of equipment as required Perform regular preventive maintenance on machines, equipment, and facility Use a variety of hand and power tools, meters, and material handling equipment in performing duties Communicate effectively with Maintenance Manager, Plant Manager, suppliers, and contractors to determine effective repair practices and schedules Follow all current GMP s and quality specifications of manufacturing in a food facility Document and maintain records for the purpose of providing an up-to-date reference guide Ensure documentation meets or exceeds mandated requirements Determine maintenance priorities and monitor maintenance assignments to ensure quality workmanship and specification compliance. Interact with other departments to ensure the proper functioning of all systems in the plant Available any time during critical breakdown of the equipment Maintains strict adherence with Worksafe B.C. regulations, safety programs, and HACCP regulations Will need to bring in his/her own tools Performs other duties as required and/or assigned Requirements: Minimum 5 years experience performing repairs, preferably in the food industry. Red Seal Provincial Certification or Inter-provincial Certification Excellent communication skills including English proficiency (verbal and written) Consistent commitment to working safely Physically fit and able to work in cramped spaces or at heights Solid Experience and knowledge of machinery and equipment Welding experience considered an asset PLC and Control System experience an asset Knowledgeable with electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic work Ability to troubleshoot mechanical equipment and motors Ability to use appropriate hand, power and specialty tools and diagnostic equipment to complete job tasks. Desire to work in a fast-paced environment with the ability to prioritize Ability to build rapport quickly with key members of the maintenance team Demonstrated ability to react to situations with a strong sense of urgency using a creative and logical approach to resolution Forklift certification and/or experience operating a forklift Able to work within tight timelines and complete the required tasks Excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills. Enjoys working in a dynamic, yet supportive, team environment Capable of working independently and autonomously while at the same time contributes effectively as a member of the team Why Work Here? Stuyver s provides an attractive wage as well as great employee benefits including: Medical, Dental and Vision benefits after 3 months Annual boot reimbursement (steel toe boots are mandatory) Employee Share Program Employee Bread Program Annual Holiday celebration, Summer BBQ, internal employee events and much more! (when able due to covid-19) If you think you would be a great addition to our team, apply today! Send your resume to: HR@stuyversbread.com *Please note, our facility is not transit accessible To listen to a live presentation May 5th, 2021 at 10:00am and learn more about the above opportunity please visit: https://events.blackpress.ca/fraservalley/ to register. You will receive log-in coordinates after registration to easily join the scheduled meeting. Any questions please feel free to send a message via live chat during the presentation. (1106954h)




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