Weston Foods Industrial Mechanic hourly salaries in Canada
Salary estimated from 3 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
8% Below national average
Job openings matching Industrial Mechanic in Weston Foods
- Langley, BCIf you are an experienced industrial mechanic ( licensed or not licensed ) please apply today! Unlicensed mechanics encouraged to apply.Easily Apply4 hours ago
- Kitchener, ONAptitude with mechanical and electrical systems, vacation coverage for either mechanics or electricians. 10+ years of industrial experience in the food industry…Easily Apply1 day ago
- Mississauga, ONIf you are an experienced industrial mechanic please apply today! 2-5 years' industrial mechanical experience, preferably in the food industry.Easily Apply14 days ago
Reviews about Pay & benefits for Industrial Mechanic at Weston Foods
Fast process and time sensitive product plant
Worked there for a short period of 9 months after my Level 1 pre - employment training . That time they did not provide tools to work, so had to buy all tools, and even drill bits had to bring from home! The pay rate was so low($15/hour at start, and $1 rise after few months), so haven't think twice to leave this place for a better pay. Learn there a lot, work need to be done quick, follow GMP and safety rules.
Was this review helpful?
• Fully maintain all equipment for entire facility which includes 3 full lines of food grade, highly quality controlled production. This includes troubleshooting and fixing any problem which arises that affects production as well as keeping up on preventative maintenance on all plant equipment. • Had upward mobility in position by starting as a “B” mechanic and working my way up through pay raises and earned an “A” mechanic status and pay rate as equipment and techniques were mastered. • Worked on all equipment in factory including conveyers, motors, servo motors, encoders, pumps, pneumatic equipment, PLC’s, frequency drives, industrial ovens, refrigerators and freezers, panwashes and all the building automation equipment used to operate such equipment. • Extremely effective at troubleshooting non-functioning equipment to find bad part and replacing or fixing non-working part taking brand new facility which wasn’t even making quota to often meeting our orders ahead of schedule and above production quotas. • Able to read, troubleshoot, and build off of electrical or mechanical prints provided by engineers or OE manufacturer. • Completing assigned work orders around facility and creating new work orders to account for time spent fixing equipment as it breaks down during production. • Create daily reports for management to account for my time and to assess breakdowns during shifts so managers could spot problem areas and trends which need addressed at a higher level
Too many managers not enough workers
Was this review helpful?
How much should you be earning?
Tell us about you and get an estimated calculation of how much you should be earning and insight into your career options.
More Weston Foods Installation & Maintenance salaries
All Weston Foods - Installation & Maintenance salaries