Elliott Matsuura Canada Inc. (EMCI) is a leading distributor of quality machinery, parts and accessories serving the Canadian metal cutting industry since 1950. Our goal is to meet and exceed customer expectations by providing quality products, exceptional customer service and customized solutions and services.
EMCI is seeking a professional with five plus years of demonstrated experience as a Machine Tool Fitter for a challenging full-time, permanent position in our Service Engineering Department.
Summary of Job Responsibilities
Installing Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines, as required, either at EMCI business premises, or, at customers facility to ensure seamless installation;
Performing CNC demonstrations and training at EMCI’s facility and at customer sites which can vary in location;
Moving and aligning components and subassemblies using a variety of lifting and transporting devices;
Reading and interpreting blueprints, mechanical assembly drawings such as spindles and electrical diagrams;
Installation/servicing and repairing CNC machines, as required;
Testing/preparing machines at EMCI’s showroom/warehouse and for shipment;
Caring, organizing and maintaining CNC machines, CAD/CAM equipment and inventory;
Preparing turnkey packages for EMCI customers which will include tooling selection, fixture recommendation and possibly design;
Any other duties as assigned, such as attendance at machine tool shows, etc.
Completion of relevant apprenticeship, trade or vocational diploma, or certificate;
Minimum 5+ years CNC troubleshooting machine tool experience;
Demonstrated expertise with Siemens controls;
Demonstrated expertise with PLC editing in both Siemens and Fanuc controls;
Demonstrated expertise with Fanuc, Heidenhain and Siemen controls;
Demonstrated expertise in PC and CAD/CAM programs;
Solid knowledge and experience with high-speed machining processes and knowledge in Hydraulic and Pneumatic power systems including installation of major components;
Knowledge of machine accuracy test procedures in 5 axis;
Knowledge of high-speed machining processes, assembly and adjustments;
Knowledge and experience with multi axis assembly/disassembly;
Knowledge of machine accuracy and geometry tests procedures;
Prior welding experience;
Strong work ethic, team player with a positive attitude and a commitment to providing outstanding customer service a must!
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, verbal and written;
Ability to travel extensively, where needed.
Salary: $65,000 - $75,000 (to be negotiated)
Benefits: Medical/Dental/LTD/Critical Illness/RRSP Program
Hours per week: 40
Language of work: English
Primary location of work: Oakville, Ontario
How to apply: Send resume to Cynthia Stopforth: firstname.lastname@example.org