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Metal Fabrication Supervisor

  • October 29, 2014
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INKAS Armored Vehicle Manufacturing INKAS® Armored Vehicle Manufacturing is a Canadian firm that specializes in design and production of a wide variety of armored vehicles, cars, and armored trucks. Luxury armored cars, armored SUV's, Cash Transit Vehicles and Tactical Armored Vehicles used by Law Enforcement Agencies all over the world. With multiple facilities all over the world, INKAS® aims to please every customer with its maximal efficiency, organized deployment and superior technical abilities.

Metaline is able to handle different projects with varying complexity. We offer complete Metal Fabrication from laser cutting, engineering and design, to fabricated finished parts. We are a cut above all other companies in metal fabrication, as we focus on delivering quality metal products when you require them, how you require them. At Metaline, we maintain our standards and focus on the core competencies in fabricating and manufacturing.


  • Direct management of hourly paid workers
  • Responsible for all equipment, besides Laser and Press
  • Responsible for cleanliness and organization of the manufacturing
  • Responsible for opening/closing the plant
  • Provide leadership and coaching to workforce in all aspects
  • Review production reports to ensure associates are adhering to standard operating procedures
  • Plan, schedule and sometimes perform maintenance of plant equipment; troubleshoot problems and initiate repairs when necessary
  • Contribute to meeting deadlines and due dates


  • Experience in the Sheet Metal Industry
  • Ability to read blueprints
  • Education degree/diploma would be an asset
  • Exhibit strong organizational, time management, problem solving, decision making and detail oriented skills
  • Experience of handling imperial and metric systems
  • Knowledge of material and cutting process
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