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We are always looking for new people!

If you are interested in joining our team
or have any questions,  please give us a call
(250)674-3114, email,
or drop off a resume at our office -
80 Camp 2 Road, Clearwater, B.C.

Current Openings


As Welder/Fabricator at Borrow Enterprises, you are part of heavy equipment shop. You will be responsible for performing welding and fabrication tasks on various heavy equipment components and structures. Your expertise will contribute to maintaining and enhancing the functionality and durability of our equipment, ensuring the smooth operation of our operations.



Welding and Fabrication:

•Perform various welding techniques, including MIG, TIG, and stick.

•Interpret blueprints, drawings, and work orders to determine project requirements. •Measure, cut, and shape metal pieces using tools such as shears, saws, torches and break press.

•Operate welding equipment and machinery safely and efficiently.

•Conduct inspections to identify welding defects and make necessary repairs.

•Perform structural repairs and modifications on heavy equipment, ensuring compliance with safety standards and regulations.

•Collaborate with management, shop foreman and maintenance team to provide input on design improvements and modifications.

•Read and interpret technical drawings, blueprints, and specifications to fabricate metal components and structures.

•Utilize various fabrication techniques, such as cutting, bending, grinding, and drilling, to shape and assemble metal parts.

•Operate metalworking machinery, such as presses, lathes, and mills, to fabricate components.

•Maintain inventory of raw materials and welding/fabrication supplies and report shortages as necessary.

Safety and Compliance:

•Adhere to all safety protocols, regulations, and procedures to prevent accidents and ensure a safe working environment.

•Follow established quality standards and procedures to ensure the integrity and reliability of welded and fabricated components.

•Keep work area clean and organized to maintain efficiency and safety.



CWB certification is mandatory.

•Proven experience as a Welder/Fabricator, preferably in a heavy equipment or industrial setting.

•Proficient in various welding techniques, including MIG, TIG, and stick welding.

•Familiarity with fabrication tools and machinery, such as saws, presses, and grinders.

•Ability to accurately measure, cut, and shape metal components.

•Attention to detail and a strong commitment to quality workmanship.

•Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

•Physical stamina and dexterity to perform welding and fabrication tasks.

•Commitment to safety and adherence to safety guidelines and procedures.


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