Electromechanics Technician

Operations | Belleville, ON | Permanent | Full Time

The Electromechanical technician will be part of the facilities team to ensure the overall upkeep of our installations, maintain production equipment, processing equipment and ensure a safe work environment. Performing duties required in dismantling, repairing, rebuilding, installing and testing electrical and mechanical systems and components.

Job Description

  • Provide maintenance support for the production shift they are assigned to, on a three-shift rotating schedule;
  • Assist production assistant in line changeovers, as required;
  • Responsible for completing daily maintenance documentation as well as documentation related to health Canada requirements concerning the cannabis industry;
  • Perform routine/preventative maintenance, overhauling & repairing of production, processing and packaging equipment, as needed;
  • Work with automated systems, conveyors and processing equipment (i.e. centrifuges, mills, fillers, capper, labeller, case packer, bundle wrapper);
  • Troubleshoot, repair and/or replace mechanical and electrical problems and/or parts;
  • Work with machine operators on troubleshooting as well;
  • Other related tasks as required or assigned by Facilities Manager and Facilities Supervisor.


  • Certificate in Industrial Mechanics or other training deemed relevant to the job;
  • Having a 309A certification an asset;
  • Experience with pneumatic and hydraulic system would be an asset;
  • Any experience with high pressure CO2 and or steam boilers would be an asset;
  • Has a minimum of 5 years relevant industrial experience;
  • Familiar with GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) an asset;
  • Bilingual (French and English) an asset;
  • Strong mechanical aptitude and knowledge and experience with various handheld tools and machinery;
  • Ensure safe work practice including PPE, fall arrest, Confined Space and Lock Out Tag Out;
  • Able to use hand tools, power tools, measurement;
  • Programming PLC’s and willing to learn an asset;
  • Traveling/training within Ontario and Quebec may be required;
  • Emergency response training and knowledge an asset;
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills and safe working practices and environmental awareness.
  • Class G driver’s license in good standing, and safe driving habits.
  • Able to complete physically demanding work including lifting, bending, crouching, standing and lifting to 50 lbs. on a repetitive basis.

How to Apply

Candidates must be able and willing to work from our Belleville location and must not have a legal impediment to employment.

If you’re interested in joining the Hexo Corp team and taking on a new, exciting challenge within our Operations Team, please send us your resume via e-mail at resume.belleville@hexo.com.

We thank all candidates for their interest. However, only selected candidates will be contacted.