Millwrights, Steel Fabricators, Parts Labourers

Brian Fortier

We have several positions shop fabrication positions available at our Surrey (Port Kells) location immediately:

  • Industrial Mechanic (Millwright)
  • Mechanical Assemblers
  • Steel Fabricators
  • Parts Fabricators
  • Shop Labourers


Our regular work week is Monday to Thursday with 10-hour work days (7 AM to 5:30 PM); however, additional overtime work is required when needed to satisfy schedule requirements.


Key Job Requirements:

  • Fabrication and assembly of conveyor systems and machinery for the food and beverage packaging industry
  • Installation of sprockets, bearings, chain drives, drive shafts, drive motors, conveyor chains and belts
  • Machining of sprockets and shafts and keyways
  • Operation of hydraulic brakes, shears and punch equipment
  • Welding using TIG and MIG processes
  • Fabrication and preparation of parts
  • Disassembling and crating finished equipment to prepare for shipment
  • Service/installation work at breweries, dairies, and other food and beverage production facilities
  • Problem solve and troubleshoot to assess and repair existing conveyors and machinery



  • Grade 12 diploma
  • Completion of, or current registration in, an applicable trades program


Qualifications and Skills:

  • Experience with medium to heavy sheet metal fabrication
  • Experience operating basic hand tools, saws, drills, brakes, shears, etc.
  • Knowledge of mechanical systems and components, such as shafts, motors, sprockets, gears, pneumatics, etc.
  • Knowledge of manufacturing processes (machining, welding, CNC, sheet metal work, laser or waterjet cutting)
  • Ability to read and interpret technical drawings
  • Self directed, reliable and accountable
  • Motivated team player
  • Strong communication skills
  • Must have your own reliable transportation, safety boots and hand tools


Skills that would be Additional Assets

  • Occupational First Aid certification
  • Forklift operation certification
  • Basic understanding of electrical controls and automation
  • Knowledge of minor hoisting and lifting



  • Work as part of a collaborative manufacturing organization towards the production of conveyors and equipment for breweries and other food and beverage companies
  • Work in exciting industry – conveyance of bottled/canned beverages and food products
  • Visit breweries and other beverage plant operations to review production line requirements and carry out assessment, service and installation work
  • Candidates with the right mindset, skills and motivation will have an opportunity for growth within this established, reputable company
  • Work on a variety of different equipment types: Conveyor Systems, Cooling Tunnels, ZPPIs, Rinsers, Controls



Compensation is dependent on qualifications and level of training.  A benefits package is available after initial employment period.


No phone calls or recruiters please.

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