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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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Millwrights, mechanics, machinists, carpenters, pipe fitters, electricians, engineers, and those who supervise them will find this book invaluable.
He worked in heavy construction and as a millwright from 1956 to 2001.
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We have specific spot shortages of people," says Thomas, mentioning the limited supply of millwrights, ironworkers and pipefitter trades for short-term, shutdown jobs.
This ensures that their skills as electricians, welders and millwrights will be put to maximum use in the operation of the mine going forward.
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.