Industrial Mechanic (Millwright)

Toronto, Canada

Step out of your comfort zone, excel and redefine the limits of what is possible. That’s just what our employees are doing every single day – in order to set the pace through our innovations and enable outstanding achievements. After all, behind every successful company are many great fascinating people.

We are looking for people who are keen to try something new:

In this role, the industrial maintenance mechanic is responsible for safely trouble shooting and equipment repair, preventative maintenance and managing spare parts inventory to maximize production up time.


• Plans, schedules and conducts machinery preventive maintenance inspections and repairs on the shift; reports equipment performance effectively to team members for seamless shift handover.
• Works within a team-oriented environment communicating and prioritizing departmental work flow to comply with management and production objectives.
• Communicates effective preventative machinery practices with operators, leads, supervisors and management, making recommendations of continuous improvements ideas for equipment longevity.
• Communicates with OEMs for troubleshooting and replacement parts needs.
• Evaluates the frequency of preventative maintenance activities to align with increasing equipment growth demands.
• Analyzes equipment failures and makes recommendations for future downtime avoidance.
• Obtains, prepares and coordinates technical data for training programs of new and existing technologies to ensure overall efficiencies.
• Equipment installations and removals using safe rigging procedures.
• Adjust and calibrate equipment and machinery to optimal specifications.
• Excellent analytical, decision making, people and problem-solving skills.
• Strong organizational skills with the ability to multitask.
• Performs additional facilities related tasks as directed.
• Work off shifts and overtime when necessary to keep production operational.
• Willingness and ability to travel offsite and occasionally out of country for equipment training sessions.

You are:

• 433A Industrial Mechanic Millwright license.
• A minimum of 4 years’ experience as a licensed Millwright.
• Post-secondary diploma or high school diploma or technical trade license.
• In depth knowledge and troubleshooting of mechanics, pneumatics, hydraulics and electronics encompassing automated systems.
• Ability to read technical manuals, electrical/hydraulic schematics and ladder logic diagrams to understand equipment and controls operations.
• Experience with Windows10, Microsoft office/excel and SAP.
• Robust computer skills.
• Ability to interface at multiple levels and operate within cross functional teams.
• Strong written and communication skills.
• Experience with automation integration and troubleshooting.
• PLC programing knowledge and trouble shooting.
• Highly self-motivated, committed team-player with the desire to learn.
• Valid G driver’s license with a clean driving record.
In a spacious modern setting full of opportunities for further development, ZEISS employees work in a place where expert knowledge and team spirit reign supreme. All of this is supported by a special ownership structure and the long-term goal of the Carl Zeiss Foundation: to bring science and society into the future together.

Join us today. Inspire people tomorrow.

Carl Zeiss Canada Limited & Carl Zeiss Vision Canada Inc. are equal opportunity employers and are committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities in accordance with provincial legislation. Please let us know if you require a reasonable accommodation due to a disability during any aspect of the recruitment process and we will work with you to address your needs.

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Debra Rybolt
+1 925-557-4115
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