WELDING TECHNICIAN—ROBOTICS
Cosma International
Milton, ON
Company Introduction
At Magna, we turn ideas into industry standards for all of automotive. We push the boundaries of technology and innovation to transform vehicles, careers, and the future of mobility.

Why work for one automaker when you can work for the entire industry?

Karmax Heavy Stamping is a Tier I Automotive Supplier specializing in Large Class A Body Stampings, Assembled Components and Laser Welding. Our 1 million Square Foot facility serves an OEM customer base of Assembly Plants in Ontario, Michigan, Ohio, Southern States as well as Mexico and Overseas. We are conveniently located just off the 401 in Milton, Ontario.

Job Introduction
The Welding Technician—Robotics programs, develops, modifies and maintains Resistance, Projection, Drawn Arc and Mig Welding equipment. The individual will be responsible for setting-up, troubleshooting, and programming Robots and Weld Controllers.

Major Responsibilities
Set-up Mig, Resistance, Drawn Arc and Projection Welding Equipment.
Perform general maintenance on welding equipment to ensure acceptable welding conditions and start-up requirements.
Monitor quality of welds.
Responsible for implementing and maintaining QMS documentation of Welding Set-ups.
Teaching Welding robots. (Mig, Spot, Drawn Arc and Projection Welding).
Able to troubleshoot Weld Controller Ethernet Systems.
Plan and execute in-house projects and program launches.
Knowledge and Education
Grade 12 Education or GED
Community College Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering Technology – Welding and Robotics (3 year program)
Work Experience
3 years Automotive/Manufacturing Weld Technician Experience
Skills and Competencies
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Excellent mathematical, analytical and organizational skills
Able to perform various computer functions (Microsoft Office, Karmax Software, AutoCad)
Able to safely operate all Material Handling Equipment (Forklift, buggy) in assigned area of responsibility
Demonstrated ability to program, teach, trouble shoot and Develop Robotic Mig, Resistance, Drawn Arc and Projection Welding processes.
Demonstrated ability to program, teach, trouble shoot and set-up Servo Weld Guns.
Demonstrated ability to program, teach, trouble shoot and set-up line robots.
Demonstrated ability to program and troubleshoot Bosch, WTC, Emhart and Lincoln Weld controllers.
Work Environment
Must be able to work in various locations within and outside the Manufacturing Plant
Must be able to work Rotating Shifts & Weekend Overtime to meet Department Requirements with a Minimum amount of Supervision
Lifting up to 20 kgs
Exposed regularly to elements such as temperature and noise