- Career Level Others
- Experience 5 Years
- Industry Installation, Maintenance and Repair
- Qualifications Post-Secondary
GreenTech Resources is currently hiring Electric motor rewind (NOC 7333) for our client based in Canada – 02 positions available who is ready to support an LMIA/PNP. GreenTech is a Foreign Worker Recruitment Company based in Regina.
GreenTech Resources is an established recruitment, immigration and settlement company with its Head office in Regina, SK, Canada. Established in 2016, we have our offices in Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton and Mississauga. GreenTech deals in foreign worker recruitment, settlement and immigration processes.
Responsibilities for Electric motor rewind
• Disassemble, inspect, repair and assemble various types of electric motors.
• Repair/replace other damaged components of motors.
• Rewind electric motors.
• Operate equipment to perform rewinds and repairs (overhead cranes, grinders, winding machines, ovens, etc.)
• Dismantle and/or strip damaged or unserviceable electro-mechanical equipment.
• Prepare all reusable parts for rewinding and inspect renewed parts for hidden, structural damage or unusual conditions.
• Test rewound electro-mechanical equipment according to required Standards and document test results.
• Test windings for motor-housing clearance, grounds, and short circuits, using clearance gauge, growler, spring-steel blade, telephone receiver, insulation tester
• Wind new coils on armatures, stators, or rotors of used motors and generators.
• May rewind defective coils.
• Complete required paperwork for each job accurately and on a timely basis.
• Operate specialized repair and testing equipment, including but not limited to: winding machines, test panels, surge testers, core-loss testers, cut-off saws, burnout ovens, bake ovens, grinders, cranes, forklift trucks, brazing units, dip tanks, VPI systems, and various handheld power and non-power tools.
• Observe all safety procedures and use proper protective gear (especially eye and ear protection).
• Keep work area neat and clean as directed by supervisor.
• Perform other skilled or non-skilled job related duties as directed by supervisor.
• Promote the safety culture within the company by working within all safety policies.
- Completion of secondary school and training courses or a vocational program is usually required.
- Completion of a four-year apprenticeship program or a combination of over four years of work experience and industry courses in electrical mechanics is usually required for trade certification.
- Trade certification as an electric motor system technician is available, but voluntary, in Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, British Columbia, the Yukon and Nunavut.
- Electrical motor and equipment repairer – winding trade certification is available, but voluntary, in Quebec.
- Electrical motor system technician (electrical utility) trade certification is available, but voluntary, in New Brunswick.
- Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified electric motor system technicians upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.