The Millwright is responsible for performing repairs and troubleshooting mechanical and related equipment.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Performs repairs requiring a thorough knowledge of pumps, valves, electric and pneumatic actuators, motors, gears, hydraulics, mechanical drives, speed reducers and other related equipment
- Analyzes by troubleshooting, all types of mechanical and related equipment, and making recommendations on a course of action for the repair or replacement of equipment.
- Interprets Operating & Maintenance (O&M) manuals, diagrams, schematics, prints and recommends revisions
- Organizes, coordinates, and works with external contractors while performing maintenance or repairs to equipment, including the inspection of completed work to ensure it conforms to Regional Standards and industry best practices
- Responds to emergency equipment failures, troubleshoots equipment and diagnosing problems, identifies needed resources and makes repair or works with contractors to complete work
- Provides support services to the Region’s Special Project Group to assist with project implementation and the start-up and commissioning of equipment
- Maintains a good working relationship with all colleagues, customers and contractors through collaboration, communication and application of conflict resolution skills
- Utilizes a computerized maintenance management system to record all work performed, source equipment parts, equipment history, and modify and update work status as required
- Performs welding, pipe fitting and rigging as required and other duties as assigned
- Ensures all work complies with Safety Standards and all Applicable codes
- Other duties as assigned
- Secondary School Graduation Diploma with a valid Certificate of Apprenticeship.
- Must possess a valid Certificate of Qualification as an Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) in good standing with the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities.
- Three to five (3-5) years of practical experience is preferred.
Technical & Skill Requirements:
- Knowledge of Microsoft office suite, EAM Computerized Maintenance Management System and other computerized systems is an asset.
- Must possess a good understanding of safety practices as mandated under the Occupational Health & Safety Act.
- Must have the ability to understand equipment manufacturers’ schematic drawings to check equipment installation and repairs. Must interpret design drawings to validate and provide comments on proposed work, and interpret operating and maintenance (O&M) manuals to effectively check equipment installation and repairs.
- Exposure to noise, heights, confined spaces, poor lighting conditions, material, products and by-products associated with the manufacturing of powered metal components, exposure to metal working fluids, temperatures, and weather extremes that require the use of specialized protective devices, clothing or equipment
- Required to climb stairs, ladders and scaffolding to access elevations, able to crouch for periods of time, push, pull, lift, and turn while carrying tools, material and equipment in various parts of the facility. Excessive walking. Operate material handling equipment including cranes, lift trucks chain hoists etc.
- Willing to work overtime
- Continental 12 hour shift rotation of days and nights
Serious inquiries, contact Tracey Mabilangan at 905 361 3987 x113, [email protected]