Instrumentation & Control Technician

at  Gentek Building Products

Pointe-Claire, QC, Canada - 00000

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Immediate20 Oct, 2022USD 70512 Annual20 Jul, 20223 year(s) or aboveElectrical Plans,Suppliers,French,Electricity,Instrumentation,EnglishNoNo
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Company Description
Gentek is a leading manufacturer and distributor of vinyl / aluminum siding products, windows and other building products. With 3 manufacturing plants and 23 distribution centers in Canada, we are well positioned to provide our customers with the best products and a superior customer service experience.
Job Description
Located in Montreal West Island, in Pointe-Claire, our factory is looking for an Instrumentation & Control Technician to join our amazing team. Relevant experience in a manufacturing / industrial environment is required. Permanent full-time position, unionized. Excellent working conditions, competitive compensation, group insurance plan, pension plan. Free parking available.


  • Bilingual (French, English);
  • Hold a diploma of technical studies in instrumentation and control;
  • Have a minimum of 3 years of experience in instrumentation and control;
  • Hold a certificate in electricity (CE)
  • Be able to communicate effectively with various stakeholders such as suppliers, manufacturers or representatives;
  • Be able to read, understand and modify electrical plans;
  • Possess a high level of organization;
  • Be resourceful, autonomous, imaginative and able to work under pressure.
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Your responsibilities will include but are not limited to the following:

  • Participate in the design and implementation of automated systems;
  • Install, calibrate and maintain various instruments (probes, controllers, sensors, security curtains);
  • Install, configure and modify programmable logic controllers;
  • Work in collaboration with management to improve equipment;
  • Develop directives related to the operation of equipment;
  • Document the modifications made to the equipment;
  • Keep an up-to-date record of instruments, their maintenance and calibration records;
  • Contribute to the maintenance of electrical equipment and perform troubleshooting;
  • Respond to emergency calls;
  • Research required components and prepare purchase requests for repairs and projects;



Min:3.0Max:8.0 year(s)

Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing

Engineering Design / R&D

Electronic Engineering




Pointe-Claire, QC, Canada