Structural Airframe Assembler - Hiring for Spring 2019

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New Intake!

  • Mid-February 2019
  • If you have at least 2 years experience of aerospace assembly  OR
  • If you have at least 3 years of assembly experience using small power tools in a field other than aerospace – click here to get details and apply.

What We Are Looking For

  • Youth between the ages of 18-29 eligible to work in Ontario
  • Youth with the right aptitudes, attitudes and personal characteristics
  • Youth with at least 2 years experience with structural airframe assembly OR
  • Youth with at least 3 years experience with use of small power tools for mechanical assembly in fields other than aerospace

The Program

Through both classroom and on-the-job training, successful recruits will be hired trained to advance their career in Ontario’s booming aerospace industry as Structural Airframe Assemblers

Structural Airframe Assemblers

  • Drilling, riveting, bonding, sealing, inserting bushings and fasteners, using hand and power tools – these are the major tasks a structural airframe assembler does every day
  • Work as a member of a team or crew to produce these large structural airframe assemblies – which may take several weeks to complete.  
  • Operate job-related power and hand tools and produce completed product as per the work order or approved drawings, meeting all required quality standards and scrap standards – consistent and repetitive output is the goal.  
  • He or she uses knowledge of specific technical work practices, such as blueprint reading, applied math concepts, tools and measurement concepts as they relate to the specified job, as well as knowledge of general manufacturing technical practices and procedures that are applicable to all sectors of manufacturing. 

CNC Machinist Level 1 - Hiring for Spring 2018

OntarioManufacturingLearningConsortium CNCMachinist2017

November 2017 - CNC Machinist [Level 1] Selection, Hiring, Learning & Certification Program now available for Companies and Youth in GTA and K-W areas

New funding! New Intakes!

  • February 26, 2018 and April 30, 2018
  • Companies interested in getting capable CNC Machinists – quickly, reliably and at low cost – click here to get details.
  • Youth (18-29) interested in getting hired to learn a skilled job and start a good career in advanced manufacturing – click here to get details and apply.

What We Are Looking For

  • Youth eligible to work in Ontario between the ages of 18-29
  • Youth with the right aptitude, attitude, and personal characteristics
  • Youth looking to start a career in manufacturing, specifically machining

The Program

Through both classroom and on the job paid training, successful recruits will be trained to start a career in Ontario’s booming manufacturing industry as CNC Machinists

CNC Machinists

  • program, operate, and maintain CNC Machines.
  • set up machines that are capable of cutting, bending, forming, and polishing raw metal into finished parts and tools.
  • read and interpret blueprints, programs and input data into a computer system
  • monitor production, make careful adjustments, and inspect the accuracy of a machine's operation and resulting parts

The Ontario Manufacturing Learning Consortium is HIRING NOW!

HiringNow CNCMAchinists CNCOperators OMLC

August 2016 - We are currently recruiting for the OMLC Selection & Learning Program for CNC Machinists and CNC Operators to work at manufacturing companies in the Greater Toronto Area, Kitchener / Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph areas.

What We Are Looking For

  • Youth eligible to work in Ontario between the ages of 18-29
  • Youth with the right aptitude, attitude, and personal characteristics
  • Youth looking to start a career in manufacturing, specifically machining

The Program

Through both classroom and on the job paid training, successful recruits will be trained to start a career in Ontario’s booming manufacturing industry as CNC Machinists and CNC Operators.

CNC Machinists

  • program, operate, and maintain CNC Machines.
  • set up machines that are capable of cutting, bending, forming, and polishing raw metal into finished parts and tools.
  • read and interpret blueprints, programs and input data into a computer system
  • monitor production, make careful adjustments, and inspect the accuracy of a machine's operation and resulting parts

CNC Operators

  • work with CNC machines such as drills, lathes, mills, presses and others that shape metals and plastics into finished parts or workpieces.
  • read work instructions, load the machine with materials or workpieces, start machines and monitor operations to ensure it is performing properly.
  • unload the finished part/workpiece from the machine and inspect the item to ensure it complies with all quality standards and technical specifications.
  • deburr and/or polish completed parts/workpieces

How To Apply To The OMLC Program

First, visit www.omlc.ca to learn more about both the CNC Machinist and CNC Operator programs.

  • For Youth: detailed information can be found about the programs – including videos showing the roles in action - and there are links to apply directly via Manpower Group.
  • For Companies – detailed information can be found about how the program can help your business, the financial incentives available, the process, and who you can speak to about participating in the program.

CNC Machinists Graduation Ceremony

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April 30, 2015 - The OMLC held graduation ceremonies for it's first class intake of students in the CNS Machinist Level 1 program. 

The students participated in the OMLC's CNC Machinist program which included three weeks of classroom training and 26 weeks of on the job training. 

Way to go grads!

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