is assisting with the recruitment and training for
Fraser is a diversified wood products company producing lumber, OSB, LVL, MDF,
plywood, pulp, newsprint, wood chips, and energy with over 60 facilities in
Canada, the United States, and Europe. They are the largest lumber producer in
North America, a leading global manufacturer of wood-based panels, and the
world’s largest producer of oriented strand board (OSB). The new facility in Allendale County will
Potential employment opportunities exist for:
In general, all Millwright roles are required to plan and
perform all maintenance and repair operations necessary to keep plant property,
equipment, machinery, and tools in good operating condition; diagnose problems
and work in many varied and diversified capacities required in general
maintenance, overhaul, and repair of plant equipment processes and facilities.
Periodically perform or assist others in routine to moderately complex repairs
or installation of automatic electrical and electronic controls.
involves a complete range and wide variety of duties involving diversified
and difficult work using technical electronic diagnostics, computer
equipment, and a variety of precision instruments; requiring much care to
effectively and efficiently diagnose, dismantle, repair, lubricate,
reassemble, or otherwise work on general maintenance.
causes of malfunctions by sight, sound, or actions of machinery and
observe, operate, or otherwise activate equipment to detect or verify
correction of malfunction.
adjust, clean, or lubricate equipment as preventive maintenance. Tear
down, replace, repair, install, and assemble equipment, parts, components,
mechanisms such as feed, speed, power input, or output.
various mechanical and electronic test equipment.
knowledge of pumps, conveyer systems, motors, and drives is required in
the performance of regular or assigned duties.
current in technical changes or equipment designs by attending classes as
rotating shifts, holidays, weekends, and overtime as scheduled or
and able to maintain strict adherence to safety rules and regulations,
including wearing safety equipment and completing all required training.
duties as assigned
Qualifications and skills include:
High School or GED required
with the precision alignment of motors, couplings, bearings, and pumps
troubleshooting issues with bearings, chains, sprockets, gearboxes, and
reading blueprints required
(3) years or more of experience installing, troubleshooting and repairing
heavy equipment required
with fabrication, cutting with a torch, and welding with an arc welder
in a manufacturing environment required
combination of higher education and experience will be taken into
to legally work in the United States without employer sponsorship
and able to work a 12-hour rotating schedule which will include nights,
weekends, and holidays
and able to work on an emergency call-in basis as required
to work as part of a team and deliver value to the team
and ability to cross-train to learn new jobs and skills
troubleshooting & repairing hydraulics & pneumatics systems and
reading hydraulic schematics
using a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
performing lubrication preventative maintenance and troubleshooting
lubrication related failures
Compensation package and
Benefits starting Day 1
Competitive starting pay On-the-job training
A culture that strongly believes in promoting from within
401k with company match
Paid vacations and holidays
Safety is one of West Fraser’s core values and our employees
can expect a challenging, stable work environment with career development
Apply online at www.westfraser.com/jobs or your local SC Works office.
You will be
taken to another site to complete your application.
Equal Opportunity Employer