Class Engineer Maintenance Relief Jobs Vacancy in York University Toronto
York University Toronto urgently required following position for Class Engineer Maintenance Relief. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
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Class Engineer Maintenance Relief Jobs Vacancy in York University Toronto Jobs Details:
Must possess the ability to carry out minor and major overhauls of items, such as pumps, fans, boilers, and control equipment. Sound knowledge of water and sewer distribution system repairs and operation. Must possess a demonstrated broad based knowledge of mechanical, plumbing, steam fitting and electrical skills. Must provide superior service to students, faculty and staff, by maintaining our operating equipment and systems in proper running order, at all times. Ability to work alone with minimal supervision. Must be a self starter.
Must possess a current 3rd Class Stationary Engineer's Certificate in the Province of Ontario (3rd Class standardized/inter-provincial certificate preferred). Must hold a valid Ontario G class driver's license in good standing.
One (1) year experience as an operating shift engineer or equivalent experience in shift and maintenance. Experience as a 3rd class operating shift engineer preferred. Experience in operating a Cogeneration Plant is an asset. Maintenance experience is an asset. Demonstrated ability in the operation of plant and equipment. Demonstrated ability in trouble shooting, diagnosing, and correcting malfunctioning of various types of equipment and controls encountered in the Utilities unit. Demonstrated ability to weld and cut. Gas turbine cogeneration experience would be considered an asset.
Must possess a sound knowledge of the operation of high voltage (up to 27.6kV) power distribution systems. Demonstrated ability to maintain water mains, fire hydrants, high pressure steam reducing systems, electrical and pneumatic controls, electrical substation switch gear, and chilled water systems. Must possess leadership qualities. Must possess the ability to get on well with others and work closely with the Maintenance Trades Group. Ability to respond quickly to emergency situations. Must possess good oral and written skills.
Preference will also be given to applicants who are currently working towards their Certification of Qualification as a 2nd Class Operating Engineer. Applicants must have all qualifying time completed along with majority of exams successfully written.