About Rousseau

Rousseau Metal Inc. has been manufacturing high-quality products for 65 years. Over the years we have become known as a leader in storage solutions. The quality, durability and reliability of our products have earned them a reputation as being among the best in the industry.

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Don't you just love being at the right place at the right time? Well, take a look at our latest job offers and enjoy that sweet feeling once more! This is your chance to be part of an incredible team in a Canadian-based company that never stops going from strength to strength. Join us: together we can conquer the world!

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Brake Operator

Production

Opportunity description

Brake operators perform programming and installation of different brake machines (conventional and digitally controlled), as well as produce parts conforming to drawings and specifications needed for production.

Skills and education
  • DEP in Sheet Metal Precision Machining or Machining Techniques or DES with experience in brake machine operation.

Electrical Mechanic

Engineering/R&D

Opportunity Description

Electrical Mechanics are responsible for performing repairs and preventive maintenance. Their role includes:

  • Participating in problem resolution, repairs and improvement of company equipment, buildings and rolling stock
  • Recommending improvement initiatives, writing up work reports and recording relevant information
Skills and education
  • Secondary school vocational diploma (SSVD) or diploma of college studies (DCS) in electromechanics or similar field
  • Two years' experience in industrial equipment maintenance

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Rousseau operates an equal access employment program, and applications from women, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities are encouraged. The generic use of the masculine is used solely to improve readability and to standardize the text.