Under minimum supervision, the Maintenance Worker is responsible for conducting the safe maintenance, repair or replacement of plant equipment, systems and facilities to ensure maximum production.
NATURE & SCOPE OF POSITION:
- The Maintenance Worker reports directly to the Vice President, Operations.
- The Maintenance Worker has no direct reports.
- This is an hourly, non-exempt position, which qualifies for approved overtime in accordance with the Alberta Labour Standards Act.
- Participate in the plant maintenance program.
- Monitor the use and inventory of spare parts, maintenance supplies and equipment and initiate reordering when necessary.
- Complete maintenance service requests as assigned.
- Install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair stationary industrial machinery and mechanical equipment.
- Carry cell phone as required for on-call maintenance.
- Operate machinery, equipment and hand tools as required.
- Alert Immediate Supervisor of any unusual occurrence and/or damage that has taken place or may occur.
- Ensure safety standards are used, which comply with all Company, local, City, Provincial and Federal guidelines.
- Work within expense limits established.
- Monitor operation of plant equipment and systems and advise Immediate Supervisor of deficiencies.
- Coordinate and schedule maintenance activities.
- Follow programs and procedures required to ensure plant cleanliness.
- Work in accordance with Quality System to meet customer requirements and eliminate non-conforming products and services.
- Work in accordance with Health, Safety and Environmental policies to meet customer requirements and eliminate workplace injuries and accidents.
- Develop and maintain a TPM (Total Production Maintenance) program for equipment management.
- Other duties as may be assigned, from time-to-time, by direct Supervisor.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
- Grade 12 Diploma is required.
- Enroll, or participate, in Equipment/Machinery training as required.
- 1-3 years’ experience working in a shop/maintenance role, preferably in a manufacturing environment
- Mechanical aptitude.
- Some understanding of skilled trade operations and repair methods as well as materials and tools used.
- Ability to recognize electrical, plumbing and mechanical malfunctions or equipment failure.
- Basic proficiency with Microsoft Office application.
- Equivalent combination of education and experience is sufficient to perform these job duties will be considered.
Must be legally entitled to work in Canada.