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  • Full Time
  • Kitchener
  • July 1, 2022
  • Hours: 40

Website Kuntz Electroplating Inc.

Reporting to our Polishing Supervisor – Evenings.

This is a 10-hour shift (5 p.m. to 3 a.m.) Monday – Thursday. (Fridays may be overtime.) We offer paid work breaks every 2 hours for 20 minutes each ( hour and 20 minutes of this 10 hour shift) – thus breaks at 7 p.m., 9 p.m., 11 p.m. and 1 a.m.

A Polisher safely and efficiently removes imperfections from parts according to customer specifications while meeting performance metrics for the area such as quality, yield.


· Must follow safe work practices, know and comply with all regulations, report an injury or illness immediately, report unsafe acts and/or conditions.

· Polish all necessary surfaces in conformance with documented SWP for each area; remove all possible defects with use of an electric or air buffer/grinder, hand jack, oscillator, stroke sander, robot cell or rotary.

· Operates view panels/process computers as applicable to each area

· Inspect all parts for defects before and after polishing.

· Remove all old tags on incoming skids where required.

· Identify parts they have polished according to department requirements.

· Responsible for the proper use of tools in all aspects of the operation to accomplish goals as it applies to posted criteria on a per customer basis.

· Ensure proper storage of all used material. Cleans the work area; performs 6S.

· Adheres to the documented work procedures set out for the activities being performed.

· Communicates any problems, materials required, safety or quality concerns to the Supervisor in a timely manner.

· Must be prepared to perform other duties in other areas as so instructed by the Supervisor or Manager.

Robot/ Rotary Cell

· Visual inspection prior to start-up to ensure safety and then completes safety checklist.

· Loads parts into fixtures/drawers and cleans dried compound from the platter drawer; monitors process.

· Checks compound pump and guns for visible damage; checks to ensure correct amount of compound is present.

· Tightens buffs to shafts of polishing heads as required.

· Angles buffs to provide the correct polishing finish; changes worn out buffs

· Cranking polishing heads in or out to polish desired surface

· Uses adjustment motor to raise the polishing head up/down to ensure proper pressure on surface being polished


· Grade 12 or equivalent education preferred.

· Knowledge of quality standards an asset.

· Basic computer skills.

· Must work effectively in a team environment.

· Strives for continuous improvement.

· Good organizational skills.

· Must be observant and have an eye for detail.

· Good communication skills.


· High level of attention monitoring processes and quality.

· Must be able to perform the duties described in the Physical Demands Analysis and the Job Hazard Analysis.

· Ability to lift up to 20-50 lbs.

Why join KEI? Learn a new skill plus…
• Be a part of an organization that is a global leader in its industry
• Social Club and Wellness Committee that offers Pizza, Ice Cream, BBQ days, Christmas parties (adult’s and children’s) and other fantastic company social events throughout the year.
• Work with other talented, bright, inspiring people and discover opportunities for professional growth.
• Group benefits (health, dental, vision, STD, AD&D and Life) and out of Canada travel.
• Group RSP/DPSP with company match.
• Profit sharing
• Employee Service Recognition Awards
• Christmas Bonuses
• Career Development opportunities
• Employee discounts throughout the community
• Clothing and safety shoe allowance

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