|Posted:||May 15, 2013|
|Employment Status:||Permanent Full-Time|
|Hours of Work:||40 hours per week - NIGHTS|
|Salary Scale:||$29.60 - $31.59 per hour plus night premium|
Reporting primarily to the Cairns Family Health and Biosciences Research Complex (CFHBRC) Mechanical Supervisor in Facilities Management (with a secondary reporting to the Custodial Supervisor-nights), the Facilities Technician is responsible for monitoring, inspecting and maintaining all building operations mainly in the CFHBRC.
Duties and Responsibilities
Operating, monitoring and performing routine maintenance on various building systems and equipment including: HVAC, air compressors, chillers, water treatment systems, heating/cooling systems, pumps and pumping systems, low-pressure boilers, building exhaust and fume hoods
Performing troubleshooting, preventative maintenance and repair of various building systems
Acting as on-call Facilities Technician/Millwright and/or Gas Technician (on a rotating schedule and as qualified) responding to priority calls requiring immediate action
Inspecting, testing and verifying emergency power and associated electrical control systems, fire safety and suppression systems problems
Inspecting, monitoring and operating building systems such as plumbing, controls, heating and cooling systems and complex mechanical systems
Working and collaborating with other Facilities Management staff related to specific trades
Training other employees
Other duties as assigned
The ideal candidate will have:
Facilities Technician trade certification 255B or equivalent
Demonstrated knowledge and ability with all building systems including mechanical, electrical and building automation
Proven ability to troubleshoot and resolve building maintenance and repair issues
Demonstrated knowledge of PC-based software systems such as CAD, MS-Office, CMMS and other related software
Demonstrated ability to work independently with self-initiative
Solid time management and organizational skills
Strong interpersonal communication skills
Valid Class G Ontario Drivers license and good driving record (MOT abstract required)
Industrial Mechanic/Millwright certification #433A (preferred)
G1 Gas fitter Ticket (preferred)
4th or 3rd Class Operating Engineer (an asset)
Ability to work primarily nights after probationary period, but with some flexibility for occasional day or afternoon shifts and/or irregular hours as required
Notes / To Apply :
Applicants are invited to email a resume and cover letter, quoting the posting number to email@example.com or to Human Resources and Environment, Health and Safety, BROCK UNIVERSITY, St. Catharines ON L2S 3A1, by Tuesday, May 21, 2013.
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