Bearings Mechanic

A Bearings Mechanic performs the following:

  • Disassembles and cleans bearings, seals and chocks
  • Inspects bearings, seals and chocks for wear, and damage
  • Repairs or replaces bearings, seals and chocks

Draftsperson – Mechanical

A Draftsperson – Mechanical performs some or all of the following duties:

  • Develops and prepares engineering designs and drawings
  • Operates computer-aided design and graphics drafting stations
  • Develops and prepares drawings of industrial machines, engines, tools, and mechanical equipment
  • Develops and prepares design sketches
  • Completes documentation packages and produces drawing sets
  • Checks and verifies design drawings to conform to specification and design data
  • Writes technical reports
  • Checks prepared contract and tender documents

General Carpenter

A General Carpenter constructs, renovates and repairs structures made of wood, steel, concrete and other materials in the residential, commercial and industrial construction sectors and in related industries. Specifically, a General Carpenter:

  • establishes building procedures and prepares work sites
  • lays out, constructs and installs formwork and concrete foundations
  • frames floors, walls, ceilings and roofs
  • finishes interiors and exteriors
  • constructs heavy framing
  • builds stairs, posts and handrails
  • lays out, constructs and installs door and window systems
  • performs renovations

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Ironworker – Generalist

An Ironworker — Generalist works with both structural/ornamental and reinforcing steel materials. An Ironworker — Generalist:

  • Installs structural/ornamental steel components
  • Installs precast concrete members and glued laminate timber products
  • Places reinforcing steel in commercial, industrial, institutional and large residential buildings, towers, bridges and stadiums
  • Erects pre-engineered buildings and ornamental ironwork

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Mould or Die Finisher

A Mould or Die Finisher performs some or all of the following:

  • Utilizes a variety of power and hand tools to shape, smooth, finish, and polish moulds or metal working dies.

Process Operator – Power

A Process Operator—Power operates, monitors, adjusts and maintains processing systems and equipment by:

  • Performing operator and outside operator duties and satellite control room operations;
  • Operating electronic or computerized control panels;
  • Controlling process start up and shut down and performing troubleshooting duties;
  • Monitoring outside process equipment;
  • Adjusting equipment, valves, pumps and controls, and process equipment;
  • Completing required maintenance documentation;
  • Preparing process units or production equipment for maintenance;
  • Sampling, testing and preparing reports on process operations;
  • Participating in safety audits and programs, and providing emergency response.

Surface Mount Assembler

A Surface Mount Assembler may perform some of all of the following:

  • Solder and manually bond or assemble various electronic components such as transistors, diodes, capacitors, integrated circuits, wires and other electronic parts;
  • Install mount, fasten, align and adjust parts, components, to subassemblies and assemblies;
  • Set-up, operate and monitor automatic and semi-automatic machines to position, solder/bond and clean prescribed components on printed circuit boards;
  • Operate and monitor process equipment including automatic and semi-automatic machines to fabricate electronic components, solder, clean, seal and stamp components and perform other process operations as specified;
  • Set-up process equipment and adhere to clean room procedures as required;
  • Inspect electronic components and assemblies to ensure correct component selection and placement, wiring and soldering quality, location, breaks in circuitry and line spacing in printed circuit boards and other specified requirements while products are being assembled or fabricated.

Blacksmith

A Blacksmith:

  • Forges and repairs metal parts used in farm machinery and industrial and domestic equipment
  • Makes striking and cutting tools
  • Makes, sharpening or hardening drills, chisels and other tools.
  • Makes custom work, including ornamental railings, gates, grilles, furniture and horse shoes.
  • Forges welding
  • Conducts hot riveting

Draftsperson – Plastic Mould Design

A Draftsperson – Plastic Mould Design performs some or all of the following duties:

  • Develops and prepares engineering designs and drawings
  • Operates computer-aided design and graphics drafting stations
  • Develops and prepares design sketches
  • Completes documentation packages and produces drawing sets
  • Checks and verifies design drawings
  • Writes technical reports
  • Checks prepared contracts and tender documents
  • Designs and produces simple to complex templates and patterns
  • Designs mechanical equipment for mould manufacturing
  • Designs plastic moulds and tooling for mould-making and modifications
  • Designs components parts and attachments

General Machinist

A General Machinist cuts, shapes and finishes metal to make precision machined parts and components used in all areas of manufacturing. Specifically, a General Machinist:

  • reads and interprets complex engineering drawings and work-process documentation
  • cuts, shapes, and finishes metal to make precision machined parts and components
  • sets up and operates both conventional and numerically controlled metal-cutting machines and equipment, including saws, drills, grinders, lathes and mills
  • performs work-in-process measuring or checking using specialized and precision tools and equipment

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