At Simpson Strong-Tie, we’ve built a workplace where people are connected and engaged in creative thinking from day one throughout their careers.
When you think of the best a family has to offer — support, collaboration and respect — that’s what we value at Simpson Strong-Tie. When there’s a win, we'll cheer you on. When there’s a snag, coworkers step in to help you out. Working on solutions together is just the way we do things here, and that creates an atmosphere that often feels like home.
At Simpson Strong-Tie, you’ll find talented, passionate, dedicated, humble and genuinely kind people who are all connected by our shared mission — to provide solutions that help people design and build safer, stronger structures.
It’s this mission and our strong people-focused values that have made Simpson Strong-Tie a unique place to work for more than 60 years — a place where you can connect, create and build your career. We invite you to learn more about our culture and why our employees are our most loyal customers.
You want to be an important member of a strong team of other makers who take pride in their work and support each other. As a Welder, you represent the final step in the actual fabrication process. This process involves the production welding of various gauges and types of metals to produce parts per drawings and Simpson specifications.
That’s year one. If career growth is important to you, we not only know how to help you with that, it’s what we love to do.
What You'll Be Doing
|% Time||Job Responsibilities|
|80%||Set up the welding machine, gather work, read prints, stage work, weld parts, along with other tasks as required and requested. Comprehend and apply written and / or verbal instructions. Produce quality parts in a safe manner. Communicate with coworkers and leadership. Operate other production machinery with training as directed.|
|10%||Place finished product in cartons, apply labels as needed.|
|10%||Read tape measure to 1/32" tolerance, use protractor to measure angles and keep area clean.|
Desired Skills and Experience
If you can do everything listed above, you’ve got what it takes. Perhaps some of the following would be helpful too:
- CWB Certified Welder — Flat Position, Hard Wire GMAW Ticket
- One year of related manufacturing experience and / or training; or equivalent combination of education and training.
- Safety: Consistently exemplify the highest of safety standards and monitor others to the same standards.
- Attendance: Able to consistently demonstrate reliable, punctual attendance.
- Mathematical Reasoning: Able to apply basic algebraic and geometric concepts. Able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers, fractions, and decimal equivalents.
- Reading Comprehension: Able to read, analyze, and interpret business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, and related correspondence. Able to write work procedures and instructions.
- Writing: Able to write routine reports, safety bulletins and procedure manuals.
- Technical: Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and SAP.
- Problem Solving: Able to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of situations where only limited standardization exists.
- Analysis/ Reasoning: Able to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
- Speaking: Able to effectively communicate in group settings and one-on-one, with all departments and at all levels within the organization.
- Measurements: Able to read a tape measure to 1/32” tolerance and to use combination squares to measure angles to +/- 1 degree
This full-time position is located in Brampton, ON.
Relocation is not available for this position.
To apply for this position, please send your resume to: Human Resources firstname.lastname@example.org
Effective Date: 11/02/2022
In keeping with the Company’s commitment to the communities in which it does business, we are an equal opportunity employer. This means that to the fullest extent required by local law, employment decisions are based on merit and business needs and not on race, colour, citizenship status, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender (which provincial law may define to include gender identity/expression, transgender identity, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical condition, and gender stereotyping), sexual orientation, age, religion, creed, physical or mental disability, genetic information, medical condition, covered marital status, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable law.