Machine Operator

EMPLOYER: Advanced Building Innovation Company (ABIC)


ABIC is part of the Caivan Communities Group of Companies; an Ottawa-based land development and home building company currently developing an extensive portfolio of projects across Ottawa and the Greater Toronto Area. This role is ideal for an ambitious, energetic candidate looking to engage in a fast-paced and dynamic team environment.


Company Mission: 

Leading low-rise residential construction into the cyber-physical industrial revolution. 


Company Values:

Grit: A team who perseveres, is resilient, and has the stamina and courage to commit to the win.

Integrity: We make promises thoughtfully and deliberately and then follow through.

Curiosity: We never stop asking questions or challenging ourselves. We have an unquenchable thirst to learn, improve and solve problems innovatively.

Strategic: We look around corners and proactively identify potential obstacles. We think critically and make calculated decisions.


The Role:

This role is responsible for the operation of machines used in the fabrication, assembly, layout and framing of products in all lines. The Machine Operator will troubleshoot issues causing failures, drive continuous improvement of the production and maintenance operating, elevate issues impeding optimum performance.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Perform simple, routine, and repetitive tasks involving physical labor and is required to operate equipment and hand and power tools
  • Ensure the efficient operation of equipment used in the manufacturing of products according to established procedures, following all safety protocols and workplace policies
  • Manage preventive maintenance, safety, 5S and quality control processes and ensuring cleanliness standards are met in the work area
  • Operation of equipment used in the manufacturing of products according to instructions, on-time, and to the prescribed quality standard
  • Escalating issues that may impact production to the Team Leader or supervisor on duty
  • Ensuring required materials and supplies are available at all times
  • Actively participate in problem solving sessions and continuously identify improvement initiatives


You will bring:

  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Experience operating machinery in a manufacturing environment
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Good communication skills
  • Residential construction knowledge and the ability to read and interpret blueprints and shop drawings
  • Ability to operate hand and power tool
  • Knowledge of imperial and metric measurement systems
  • Ability to adapt to a changing environment
  • Strong ability to work in a solutions-oriented environment
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, and regular access to a vehicle


We review and assess all applications and will contact candidates whose background and experience most closely fit the needs of the position. Should you require accommodations at any point during the recruitment process please contact Human Resources.

START DATE: 09/03/2021

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