Vehicle and Equipment Technician 2
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Finance Services Department, Fleet Services, Fleet Maintenance Branch
1 or more Full-time Temporary Positions - 40 hours/week
1 Full-Time Continuous Position - 40 hours/week
CUPE 503 Inside/Outside
$67,186.08 to $78,607.36 annually (2019 rates of pay)
- You may initially be paid 95% of your starting rate of pay, in accordance with the collective agreement.
2799 Swansea Crescent
Operations and Trades
Responsible for performing a wide range of duties expected of a Vehicle and Equipment Technician 2,
including, but not limited to, the following:
conducting diagnostic inspections, performing general mechanical
overhaul and repair work, and performing scheduled preventive daily maintenance inspections and repairs on
vehicle system and components including, but not limited to, steering, suspension, electrical, ignition, fuel,
emission control/exhaust and engine management, hydraulics, and vehicular climate control systems.
The incumbent performs all maintenance and repairs to a wide variety of fleet vehicles systems and
components including, but not limited to, vehicles powered by gas, diesel, propane or natural gas, tractors,
graders, loaders, dozers, cranes, mowers, heavy vehicles (i.e. garbage trucks, zambonis, ice resurfacing
equipment etc..), and automotive associated equipment including but not limited to boilers and compressors.
Education & Experience
Completion of secondary school (Grade 12) or equivalent plus completion of a journeyman's certificate of
qualification Truck and Coach Technician (310T).
A minimum of two (2) years of experience within a Municipal Fleet or similar truck and coach environment.
- Experience and formal training combined with demonstrated performance and ability may substitute for
stipulated academic requirements.
Language, Certificates & Licenses
Trade certification of qualification from the Ontario Ministry of Training/Colleges/Universities, or other
provincial/licensing bodies, if recognized by the Province of Ontario, as a Vehicle and Equipment Technician
May require natural gas, propane, motorcycle or ozone depletion license
A valid Ontario unrestricted "G" class driver’s license (or provincial equivalent) with no more than 6 demerit
English oral, reading, writing Required
City policies and procedures affecting shop operations
Considerable knowledge of the vehicle systems and the standard practices, safety issues, materials, tools,
equipment and supplies to carry out maintenance operation
Manual and electronic diagnostic equipment
Personal computers with ability to use the Fleet Management Information System
Code of Conduct rules and policy
Material Safety Data Sheets
Safe work practices of the trade including working at heights and the lifting of heavy objects
Knowledge of applicable health and safety legislation, including the rights and duties of workers.
Competencies & Skills
Physically fit with stamina to perform the duties of the trade (which may include working in a standing position
for long time)
Able to work in uncomfortable or confined positions on occasion
Able to lift and carry heavy parts and equipment safely
Work independently with minimal direction, and collaboratively with peers and managers as part of a
maintenance repair team
Ability to read, understand and interpret blueprints, wiring diagrams, service manuals, schematics, drawings,
work orders and any other documents used in the maintenance operation
Ability make estimates of materials and time required to perform the work
Ability to proceed effectively with emergency work including on the road work with limited resources to
provide maximum results and timelines
Skill in the use of jacks, hoists, overhead cranes, lift trucks and mobile lifting devices
Skill in the use of high-pressure gas and electric welding equipment (Mig. Arc. Bronze, steel, aluminum) to
effect repairs as authorised under the technician license
Possess analytical skills and be detail oriented
Good manual dexterity and ability to work to close tolerances
Able to tolerate exposure to moderate amounts of noise, dust, grit, oil/grease, fumes, solvents, paints,
lacquers, hot/sharp metals and surface finishing products
Able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with management, manufacturers and engineers
to provide for problem solving and suggest corrections to problems found on specialized vehicles and
Ability to provide training and explain instructions and guidelines to others effectively
Able to efficiently use, operate and maintain tools, precision measuring instrument, state-of-the-art
automotive diagnostic and test equipment to diagnose mechanical, electrical and hydraulic malfunctions
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will be contacted.
The City of Ottawa is committed to providing quality services by establishing a qualified workforce that
reflects the diverse population it serves. The City encourages applications from all qualified individuals.
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