3D Construction Printer Operator Job (Markham)



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compensation: $70,000-90,000
employment type: full-time
job title: 3D Construction Printer Operator
About the job
We are an innovative Additive Construction company based in the GTA, pioneering the expansion into 3D Construction Printing (3DCP). As we set the standard to lead this technology across Canada, we seek a dynamic Primary Operator for our state-of-the-art 3D construction printer. The candidate will be involved in training for mobilization, programming, operation, and maintenance of our concrete printer. The ideal candidate for the role will have the ability to travel to site for long-term projects and have some exposure to the low/high-rise construction, manufacturing, architecture, or civil engineering industries.

Program, operate, and maintain our state-of-the-art 3D construction printer.
Assist in mobilization/demobilization of 3DCP and supporting infrastructure.
Coordinate all machine activity along with batch plant operators, support staff, and supervisors to ensure projects adhere to strict deadlines, specifications, safety protocols, and building codes.
Manage flow and path of 3DCP concrete extrusion to create CAD driven design.
Manage and maintain all tools and equipment within the 3DCP process, including generating g-code files for 3D concrete printers based on CAD models provided by the design team.
Support project managers with site visits, inspections, and meetings.
Collaborate with office and administrative teams to effectively perform duties.
Demonstrate professionalism by maintaining a high degree of integrity, ethics, and confidentiality.
Perform other construction crew member duties on a daily basis.
Perform other duties as requested by ownership and management.

Understanding maintenance and troubleshooting mechanical and electrical systems.
Knowledge of construction trades, processes, vendors, contractors, budgets, regulations, and safety policies.
Effective, professional verbal and written communication skills, showing a high degree of integrity, ethics, and confidentiality.
Organized and detail-oriented under tight deadlines and budgets.
Effective time management and adaptability in a fast-paced work environment.
Ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team.
Strong mathematical, problem-solving, and operational thinking mindset.
Ability to be flexible, adapt, and grow with a dynamic, forward-thinking company in an ever-changing, high-demand industry.
Physical capability to lift up to 50 lbs and stand for 8-hour shifts.
Ability to travel for work in Canada and the U.S. for the duration of on-site projects and work on a flexible schedule. Eligibility to apply for a U.S. work visa is required.
Reliable access to a vehicle and a valid Ontario Driver’s License is required.

Experience in the construction industry, trades, or working with mid-to-heavy machinery is preferred.
Experience with Office365, internal ERP systems, and QuickBooks Online (QBO).
Experience working with a 3D or concrete printer is an asset.
Construction supervision experience is an asset.
CNC programming/operation training and/or experience is an asset.

Printerra is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes
applications from women, members of racialized groups/visible minorities, Aboriginal persons,
person with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation, and persons of any gender identity or
gender expression.
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post id: 7758182784



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