General Labourer- Assembly

Willing to Train. Students Welcome!

UEE manufactures electrical solutions for mining, oil & gas, industrial and commercial, transportation and resource applications. We are an industry leader in the design and manufacture of electrical power and control equipment.

As an organization, Performance, Innovation and Engagement at all touch-points in our organization is important to us. We care about Teamwork, accountability and the long term success of the organization and the people who make it successful. We are currently recruiting for an individual who believe and cares about these things to.

This position requires someone who truly enjoys detailed work, has a great attitude and an aptitude for learning to assist in with the manufacturing of modular buildings, installation of electrical equipment and painting.

The successful candidate will be capable of physical labour, moderately repetitive motions, and manual dexterity. In this role you would be responsible for operating a variety of equipment, which may include hand and power tools.

We will train you to do to the job to the highest standard, meeting our customers’ needs in quality, cost and on time delivery. Being able to following verbal and written direction, to ensure the efficient production of products according to established procedures, safety protocols, and workplace policies is key.

We offer a great shift, Monday to Friday 7:30am-4:00pm.

The starting wage for this position is $15.00/hr along with full benefits paid by the company including dental, vision, extended health, MSP, as well as a great pension plan.


We stand by our values of Respect, Integrity, Commitment and Health & Safety. If these values are important to you to, please visit our website at to learn more about our company. 

If you are interested, apply by emailing your resume and cover letter to

Due to the number of anticipated applicants, Please note that only short-listed applicants will be contacted.



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