County of Brant Available Jobs 

 Tulsar Canada Ltd. - Wire Harness and Cord Assembly 
Are you Dependable, Punctual, and have a Great Attitude?

Come learn a skill that will help you grow and develop your career - Wire Harness and Cord Assembly!

You will learn how to build wiring harnesses, including specifying appropriate cables, assembly interfaces, and connectors, correct connections and specifications. This will include how to read blueprints, and drawings, best ways to determine methods and sequences of operations. You will also learn how to work from a wire parts list to assemble harnesses as well as various test procedures.

Job Requirements
  • Entry level positions available for cord cutting, wire stripping, terminal crimping, and light assembly
  • Previous cord and harness assembly and inspection experience an asset
  • J-Standard and IPC certified preferred
  • Requires ability to work with all colours and good manual dexterity for working with smaller components
  • Some computer use and work order scanning required
  • Ability to understand blueprints and shop drawings a must
  • Directly responsible for cooperating with all other company personnel and to assist them, whenever possible, to help them to succeed, as well as to insure the company’s success and perform other duties as directed
  • Good communication skills, both written and spoken

Tulsar Canada ltd. is committed to equity and diversity. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome applications from qualified individuals regardless of race, colour, ancestry, age, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, citizenship, ethnic origin, family or marital status. If you require accommodation at any time during the hiring process or would like a copy of this job posting in an accessible format, please contact Human Resources at 519-748-5055.  


To Apply: E-mail a copy of your resume to 

 Tulsar Canada Ltd. - Control Panel Wirer
 Job Summary

The panel wirer supports the company’s efforts by assembling and wiring control panels for various control projects.

  • Read and interpret wiring drawings. Read cable schedules and wiring diagrams.
  • Read wiring diagrams in coordination with a (BOM) bill of material.
  • Visually inspect the assembly to ensure it meets specifications and code
  • Run wire and cable.
  • Strip wires for assembly according to color and length.
  • Wire components of the panel according to the schematics using required CSA or UL process.
  • Wires components according to CSA or UL specifications.
  • Label components and wires according to schematics.
  • Effectively maintain regular and professional communication with all team members, production supervisor and fellow employees
  • Must be very mechanically inclined and be able to work with minimum supervision.
  • Panels must be built in a timely manner.
  • Maintain a safe, clean and orderly work area.
  • Other duties as assigned.

  • 2 years of panel wiring experience
  • 2 years of reading and interpreting schematics drawings
  • 2 years’ experience in point to point check, AC & DC drive systems, AB PLC wiring.
  • Working knowledge of CSA or UL regulations.
  • Working knowledge of PLCs is a plus.
  • Ability to read electrical and mechanical blueprints, layout drawings and wiring diagrams.
  • Ability to bend and stoop and stretch to complete wiring.
  • Ability to take initiative, be solution-oriented coupled with the ability to identify and resolve issues in a timely manner
  • Ability to use a variety of hand, air, and electric tools as well as wire strippers, cutters and screwdrivers
  • Must be very mechanically inclined and be able to work with minimum supervision.
  • High School Diploma

Tulsar Canada Ltd. is committed to equity and diversity. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome applications from qualified individuals regardless of race, colour, ancestry, age, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, citizenship, ethnic origin, family or marital status. If you require accommodation at any time during the hiring process or would like a copy of this job posting in an accessible format, please contact Human Resources at 519-748-5055. 


To Apply: E-mail a copy of your resume to 

 County of Brant - Park Planner 
 Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree or diploma from an accredited college or university in Landscape Architecture, Park Planning, Urban or Land Planning, Project Management, Engineering, Parks and Recreation, or a closely related field
  • Three (3) years' experience in capital project management, parks and recreation design and development, engineering, or similar professional work in land planning
  • Knowledge of laws and regulations governing park planning in Ontario, considerable knowledge of landscape design principles and practices, landscape construction methods and materials, and horticultural techniques and practices
  • Fundamentals of parks, trails and open space planning, development, resource management, and recreation programming
  • Strong project management, construction documentation and contract administration skills,  budgeting and purchasing methods and procedures
  • Able to communicate through graphic representations including mapping, master plans, site specific park plans, engineered plans, specifications and other technical documents and to present ideas effectively in oral and written form
  • Experience selecting, managing and supervising consultants, specific master plans, engineered plans, specifications, contracts and other documents
  • Experience using AutoCAD, GIS, Adobe Creative Suite
  • A valid Ontario ‘G’ driver’s license, in good standing, with access to a reliable vehicle for corporate use and ability to work outside normal business hours, as required.


  • Membership in Ontario Association of Landscape Architects (OALA)
  • Public sector experience


  • Assembles, analyzes and interprets a variety of demographic, zoning and other information pertinent to park planning
  • Reviews and analyzes current planning proposals through the development process
  • Prepares park design for new and renovated parks including SWP ponds, streetscaping, trails, corridor and gateway features
  • Reviews and processes parkland dedications, oversees the implementation of the Trail Master Plan
  • Advises on tree and vegetation management, engineering design standards, urban design, community improvement projects, recommended species list etc.
  • Prepares detailed project scopes and specifications that accurately communicate projects to prospective bidders
  • Coordinates the implementation of assigned park, trail and community development projects with other municipal staff
  • Updates and maintains the parks asset database  in GIS and asset management software programs, maintains project files and construction drawings
  • Prepares materials for use in presentations and participates in public engagement and on task forces and committees related to work projects
  • Develops conceptual plans and prepare detailed specifications for projects, reads and interpret construction drawings and specifications, oversee the work of consultants as required
  • Balance competing interests and recognize sensitive political and organizational issues when they arise
  • Develops written reports and budgets in concise and organized format and provide periodic updates regarding the status of assigned capital construction projects
  • Performs other related duties as required


Annual Salary Range - $71,016 - $83,083 (Job Grade 7 Under Review - 35 hours per week)


The County of Brant is committed to providing accommodations for persons with disabilities.  Accessibility accommodations are available for all stages of the recruitment process.  If contacted for an employment opportunity, please advise the County if you require accommodation.

We thank all applicants and advise that only candidates to be interviewed will be contacted. Personal information submitted is collected under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

 Andritz Hydro Canada Inc. - Welder
Position Overview
Commercially weld material by manual or semi-automatic process.

Key Responsibilities and Tasks
  • Read and interpret blueprints or welding process specifications.
  • Operate manual or semi-automatic welding equipment to fuse metal segments using processes such as gas metal arc welding (GMAW), flux-cored arc welding (FCAW), shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), oxy-acetylene welding (OAW), resistance welding and submerged arc welding (SAW)
  • Study engineering drawings and blueprints, determine the materials required, and plan the sequence of tasks to cut and fix most metals efficiently.
  • Able to weld in various positions.
  • Rig, hoist and move materials to storage areas or within work area.
  • Set up and operate various heavy-duty metal working machines such as grinders and drills, bevellers, flux-cored welding, oxygen-acetylene burning torch, crane hoist, hand trucks, scissor and lift trucks.
  • Operate other tools and equipment including chipping hammers, shields, portable power tools, rose buds, clamps, and wenches.
  • Examine welds and ensure they meet standards and/or specifications.
  • May adjust welding heads and tooling according to work specifications
  • Install fabricated components in final product.

Other Skills/Abilities
  • Strong work ethic
  • Works well under pressure
  • Team player
  • Enthusiasm for change and ability to work in a demanding and dynamic environment. 


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 David W. Wilson Manufacturing LTD - General Labourer 

Position Description:

  • Successful candidate will participate in part debur (including grinding) and packaging operations, as well as operate a cut-off saw and band saw
  • Assembly tasks as required as well as housekeeping tasks
  • There will also be other manufacturing duties as required



  • 6 – 12 months experience in a manufacturing environment is an asset
  • An ability to read basic blueprints; use vernier calipers, tape measure and a measuring square would be an asset but not essential
  • Basic math skills are required
  • Must have high attention to details, immediate deadlines and able to follow written and verbal instructions
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment or individually
  • Good physical capability and a “can do” attitude is a definite asset
  • Must be able to show proof of Grade 12 diploma


 Work Conditions:

This is a physical position that requires:

  • Continuous standing for extended periods of time
  • Some heavy lifting, carrying and handling of objects.
  • Regular use of hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, bending/stretching, stooping, reaching, twisting, lifting, walking, pushing/pulling
    • Repetitive motion and other job specific requirements
    • Precise hand/finger movements
  • Physical Environment:  Regular exposure to factors such as temperature fluctuations, moving machinery, loud noise, and dusty environments.
  • Sensory Attention:  Need to give close attention with hearing or seeing to work surroundings. Must be able to handle exposure to different smells that may occur in the workplace.
  • Must be able to wear prescribed PPE that the company requires safety glasses, hearing protection, work boots/shoes and respiratory protection (depending upon job) etc.
  • Safety Sensitive Position:  This position is a safety sensitive position and if it is not performed in a safe manner, can cause direct and significant damage to property, and/or injury to the employee and others around them.


All new employees are required to provide an original Police Record Check.

Proof of Secondary School Diploma is a must.

A valid driver’s license or transportation required, as this position will be shared between Brantford and Cathcart ON locations, and Cathcart location is not on a bus route.


What we Offer:

3-month probationary period

Benefit package offered after 3 months of successful service

Great competitive wages

RSP Matching Program


Please send resumes to:                                                 Or by email to:

HR Manager                                                           

PO Box 207

Burford, ON   N0E 1A0


We would like to thank all those that apply, however only those applicants chosen for an interview will be contacted.


We are an equal opportunity employer.


David W. Wilson Manufacturing Ltd. & Galeforce Welding Inc. strive to create a respectful, accessible and barrier-free work environment.  If you require accommodation at any step in the recruitment process, we will work with you to meet your needs - simply contact a member of the HR team with your request in advance

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