Powell Industries, Inc. Building Erector in Acheson, Alberta
Based at our Acheson Manufacturing location, this position is responsible for assisting the manufacturing process with E-House Assembly.
- Assembly of E-Houses and other materials while accurately following blue-prints and instructions
- Work well in a team environment
- Learn and adhere to all safety policies and practices to avoid safety incidents
- Willingness to achieve and move forward to the next level
- Lean and adhere to all manufacturing policies and practices to ensure consistent production
- Open to new ideas, technologies and an ability to retain training
- Ensure quality by following standard work/process instructions and identifying any potential risks to product quality
- Understand the proper usage of squares, levels and tape measures
- Ensure that work areas remain clean and well organized
- Lifting up to 21-50 lbs. consistently
- Minimum of high school diploma or GED and 1 year of relevant manufacturing experience or equivalent combination of education and manufacturing experience
- Previous experience in steel building erections is an asset
- Must have a basic command of the English language, both written and verbal
- Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations
- Knowledge of basic construction hand, electric and air tools
- Basic mechanical knowledge
- Crane, EWP, Fall Protection certification is an asset as working at heights is required
- Knowledge of OH cranes, forklifts, rigging or the ability to learn
- Must be able to work from all type of ladders (step ladders, "A" frame ladders and all size extension ladders).
- Must be able to work around other departments or activities.
- Must wear personnel protective equipment at all times (i.e., hard hats, safety glasses, safety harnesses as required) and respirators when required.
- Maintaining body equilibrium and agility to prevent falling when walking, standing, crouching, ascending or descending stairs
- Bending the body at the waist, the legs at the knees, and extending arms and hands in any direction in a repetitive manner.
- Standing, walking for long periods of time and bolting, punching, using drills, wrenches and various other hand tools.
- Using upper extremities to apply or exert a force up to 20 lbs.