Support Ontario Youth is looking to recruit Industrail Electrical Apprentices for employers across Ontario.
Our employers offer excellent working environments with great team atmospheres.
Day Shift (evenings and weekends may be required)
Job Type: Full-time
Interpret and use appropriate sections of the current Ontario Electrical Safety Code.
Consult manufacturers' manuals to determine test and maintenance procedures.
Read and interpret drawings, circuit diagrams and electrical code specifications to carry out assigned tasks.
Use test equipment to evaluate new, repaired, in-service and stored equipment using manufacturers recommendations and safety precautions.
Troubleshoot and isolate faults in electrical systems and replace faulty parts.
Troubleshoot failures and perform necessary repairs.
Perform periodic tasks and inspections of equipment and systems to observe operating conditions and determine need for repair or adjustments.
Execute preventative maintenance activities including troubleshooting and repairs to all equipment in a timely manner.
Utilize the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) for processing work orders, weekly schedules, preventative maintenance, labour hours, contractor time and additional tasks as assigned.
Provide project insight as identified by management.
Participate in safety programs and ensure the application of safety standards for all maintenance operations.
Train and guide new employees to carry out tasks safely and based on procedures and practices.
Work in a safe productive manner to maximize quality, efficiency and availability while minimizing maintenance cost and unscheduled downtime.
Carry out all other tasks as assigned.
Able to diagnose Electrical problems and expedite repair
Good understanding of Occupational Health and Safety regulations and able to work both safely and efficiently
Able to work on rotating shift schedule
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Tenacity and the determination to get things done in a timely manner
Self-sufficient, analytical and problem-solving skills
Valid Ontario driver's license with a good driving record
Safety certified for working in industrial settings (WAH, WHMIS, Workers Health & Safety)
How to Apply
Click on the link to complete an onlline application AND assessment: http://www.supportontarioyouth.ca/apprenticeships/
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