Work with a growing, people-focused company who is redefining medical and industrial gas distribution. The Innovair Group of companies leverages technology to bring innovative solutions to patients and customers, delivering value through effective processes, innovation, marketing knowledge and technical skills.
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We are currently looking for an experienced and highly motivated individual for a full-time Welding Automation Technician role. Reporting to the Division Manager, the Technician will be responsible for the welding and production of our Automation’s team designs. You’re a problem solver that is willing to work with an experienced team to find solutions. You are an expert in welding process and come from a manufacturing background. You understand the fundamentals of production welding and have a deep curiosity of learning and understanding new technology. You’re a quick study and are energized by new training and development opportunities to learn the next best thing in the welding profession.
Use manual welding systems to fabricate components for automation projects;
Assemble and build systems for automation projects using common fabrication tools such as drill presses, grinders and similar tools;
Program robotic systems for welding parts both onsite at location and in house;
Have experience with Fanuc and ABB, PLC and HMI systems;
Have Pneumatic and hydraulic experience;
Have CWB, AWS or ASME welding experience (or equivalent) and a minimum of 3 years’ relevant experience in production or manufacturing welding;
Read mechanical drawings and have a solid understanding of mechanical control systems;
A solid understanding of welding and automation technology;
Be able to practice strong communication, Interpersonal and organizational skills;
Hold great technical knowledge with a willingness to learn new concepts;
Be proficient in using MS Office (Outlook, Excel, Access, Word);
Have experience with 2D and 3D modeling software;
Be willing to take on extensive training and development opportunities;
Have a valid Class 5 Manitoba driver’s license with clear driving abstract;
Be willing to travel across provinces as business needs;
Be physically capable of lifting, pushing, and pulling weights of up to 50 lbs, as well as maneuvering equipment up to 1000 Ibs (with proper lifting apparatus and techniques).
Medical Equipment Reprocessing Technician
As a Medical Equipment Reprocessing Technician you have a strong mechanical aptitude paired with a willingness to ensure all patient equipment is in good working order. You enjoy working with electronics and customers, making a positive impression, troubleshooting their requests, and ultimately, providing them exceptional customer service support. You love working in the details, are mechanically inclined, and can manage your time well under pressure. Most importantly, you have a warm personality and enjoy the rewards of helping a client to ensure they are experiencing the best care possible.
As a Medical Equipment Reprocessing Technician, you will:
Perform routine preventative maintenance on equipment utilizing your mechanical skillset to troubleshoot and repair medical equipment as required including CPAP and Home Sleep Test units;
Prepare the Level 2 and Level 3 home sleep test kits for patient tests;
Upload the completed tests into the manufacturer’ portals;
Maintain and input client information into our patient record software and relevant databases and always protect the confidentiality of their personal and medical information;
Ensure the accurate and timely input of information, and order parts using a variety of automated systems;
Reprocess and set up home sleep testing devices and CPAP devices for patient tests and prescriptions;
Repair machines and home sleep devices, as required;
Ensure adequate inventory of home sleep test consumables;
Be willing to take on training and development opportunities;
Have a minimum Grade 12 education and 2 years’ experience in an electronic technician position. Being a Certified Technician with CTTAM considered an asset;
Be well-versed in all Microsoft Office software. Previous database management experience is considered an asset;
Perform and assist with other warehouse duties as required;
Have and maintain a valid Class 5 Manitoba Driver’s License and a clear driving abstract;
Be willing to travel to different branch locations, customer sites when required;
The ability to frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds with appropriate lifting equipment and techniques;
An ‘all clear’ status on the background checks required for the position;
Proof of vaccination for COVID-19, as you will be working closely with vulnerable populations and operating under full vaccination requirements of customer sites.
We thank all applicants for their interest, but only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview. Short-listed candidates may be asked to take a psychometric profile and a physical demands test.
Inventory Truck Driver
As a seasoned driving professional with a passion for customer service, you are confident navigating Winnipeg in a larger truck, as well as tricky customer yard and dock layouts. You are someone who enjoys working independently, while also having a teamwork mentality. You don’t mind spending some time off the truck to assist with our logistics and fill plant operations. You’re no stranger to hard physical work (you enjoy it, actually!) and prefer to be outside and moving rather than at a desk or in a chair. A lot of your day will be spent maneuvering cylinder inventory around our logistics dock and fill plant.
Be responsible for the safe and timely delivery and exchange of compressed gas and liquid cylinders from the filling plant to our operations.
Load/unload cylinder inventory while following all company processes, policies and safety standards. As you do so, you will seek opportunities to make dock/plant delivery activities easier and more efficient.
Assist with Fill Plant daily operations including inspecting cylinders prior to filling, sorting cylinders to facilitate efficient filling, examine returned cylinders for defects and ensuring they are properly labelled.
Be responsible for identifying, managing, and addressing gas cylinder and liquid tank inventory stock levels and supplies, as well as ensure the proper staging and maintenance of our dock cylinder inventory.
Preparing and filling high pressure cylinders and cryogenic vessels this includes attaching the cylinders to the manifold, and evacuating cylinders to eliminate all possible contaminants.
Filling and monitoring cylinder pressure gauges to determine gas pressure and volume and recording instrument readings in logbook.
Removing old labels and cleaning cylinders using approved cleaning solution while maintaining accurate labeling of cylinders.
Inspecting cylinder labels to assure they are legible, compliant with current federal requirements and correct for the service intended; replace if damaged or inappropriate
Safely operating a forklift and pallet jack to load and unload trucks and gather stock from the warehouse.
Testing cylinders for leaks by brushing or spraying chemical solution around valve. Records all necessary documentation and sets a cylinder aside for settled pressure checks.
Performing deliveries in a professional manner and maintaining appropriate paperwork associated with a Class 3 vehicle with air and the transport of dangerous goods.
Provide support and relief to Logistics team, including shipping, receiving, and general warehouse operations. Provide relief to other routes and delivery/pick-up functions as required.
Have your Grade 12 diploma or equivalent, with a minimum of 1-2 years’ previous experience as a Delivery Driver or another relevant role.
Have a valid Class 3 Manitoba licence with air endorsement, with a clear driving abstract.
Be physically capable of lifting, pushing, and pulling weights of up to 75 lbs, as well as confident maneuvering equipment up to 1500 lbs (with proper lifting/pushing apparatus and techniques).
Be comfortable with handheld scanning technology, and familiar with the Microsoft Office programs (Outlook, Word, Excel).
We are always looking for talented people.
Innovair Group is a growth-oriented company that feels like a large family. We're excited to be evolving the delivery system for medical and industrial gases that improve the quality of life and work for industry and health care. If you think your core and soft skills would be a good fit, please apply. We're always looking for talented people to join our team.