Building Mechanical Solutions
With a large portfolio of commercial, industrial, institutional and property management clients, Nor-Line is able to offer its employees a diverse workplace that is full of opportunity to learn, grow, share knowledge and experience.
Hear what Nor-Line employees have to say.
Benefits of Joining Our Team!
At Nor-Line, we believe in building solutions, and we value the input of our dedicated employees as being an integral part of each solution. We have created an environment where all employees are encouraged to be involved in their own personal development as well as the development of our customers’ solutions. Benefits of joining our team include:
Stability in gainful employment; Nor-Line has been in business since 1986
Competitive wages and company benefits
Reliable equipment, including new service vehicles, up to date service equipment, cellular communications, and computer technology
Supportive and cooperative team which rewards staff initiative in ongoing training and education
Canadian owned and operated, and family run with pride in our history
Join the many others who have enjoyed working at Nor-Line for many years.
Rewards of Working in the Trades
What is a Journeyperson?
A certified journeyperson has successfully completed a program of apprenticeship training involving a combination of classroom instruction at a community college coordinated with their training consultant at the Ministry of Training, colleges, and universities with between 7,000 and 9,000 hours of on-the-job training and work experience under the supervision of an experienced, certified tradesperson.
Advantages of becoming a Skilled Trades Worker
There is a high demand for skilled workers in many industries contributing to good employment opportunities. Jobs in the skilled trades pay well and are interesting and challenging. While pursuing your apprenticeship, you can continue to work, providing you with an opportunity to earn while you learn.
WORKPLACE HEALTH & SAFETY
At Nor-Line, we strongly believe in the importance of focusing on the health, safety, and well-being of our employees as well as those people who are also affected by our work. The protection of our employees from injury or occupational disease is a major and continuing objective of Nor-Line’s management team. We are proud of our accomplishments in the development of a comprehensive program that not only complies with, but exceeds, the guidelines set out by the Ontario Employment Standards Act.
Our continuing focus on health and safety ensures employees are provided with the proper training and equipment required to work safely in areas that include:
Fall protection/fall arrest
Working at heights/ladder safety
Confined space and hazard identification
Job safety and analysis
Lock out tag out
Supervisor roles and responsibilities
Occupational Health & Safety Act and construction regulations
We are pleased that you are interested in working at Nor-Line. Employment opportunities are often available at Nor-Line due to our consistent growth. We keep resumes on file for a six month period, so that we may contact you if any suitable job opportunities become available.
If you are interested in applying for a position at Nor-Line, please do so by submitting your resume via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact individuals for an interview if a job opportunity is suitable.