Every day, ANDRITZ continues to deliver successful innovative solutions to our customers globally. Why are we so successful? Because we are passionate and love what we do! We are at the forefront of future engineering technologies, with solutions that ensure the success of our clients in key industries that are shaping the future of the world we live in.
Our ANDRITZ Separation Service Center requires a Journeyman Machinist to plan and perform a wide range of difficult and unusual turning, boring, and other machine operations on manual machines to a wide variety of large castings, forgings and fabricated parts of various metals.
To be considered, candidates must have a minimum grade 12 high school diploma, Journeyman Machinist status as defined by the Apprenticeship Branch of the Saskatchewan Department of Labour, and the ability to work with close tolerances. Experience in the set up and operation of manual Vertical turret lathes, engine lathes, milling machines and drill presses is an asset.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or disability.