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millwright

[′mil‚rīt]
(engineering)
A person who plans, builds, or sets up the machinery for a mill.
A person who repairs milling machines.
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Some businesses like Kensington Mine are creating their own registered apprenticeship program to grow their own millwrights, he said.
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As a result, a new 43,000-square-foot site is in the works, which will allow the school to move from 109 students to 371, effectively tripling its capacity It will consolidate the multiple buildings scattered throughout the city, and will focus largely on skilled labor by catering to millwrights, heavy equipment mechanics, plumbing and construction.
Today, thousands of Weyerhaeuser employees--from foresters to millwrights, engineers, and managers--implement the EMS standard at their individual business units.
Electricians and millwrights are always in demand, but to join Flakeboard, Belanger says job applicants need only their Grade 12 and a good attitude.
"We have specific spot shortages of people," says Thomas, mentioning the limited supply of millwrights, ironworkers and pipefitter trades for short-term, shutdown jobs.
Barnard says these "ready-to-be-productive" electricians, millwrights, heavy equipment mechanics, welders, machinists and tool-and-die makers will have one year of college under their belts as well as their first level of apprenticeship when they graduate.
Already the industry is crying for electricians, millwrights, instrumentation technicians, heavy equipment operators and mechanics.