MTCE. PERSON CERTIFIED (SHIFT)

Nova Scotia Power Inc. - Point Tupper, NS (30+ days ago)

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Nova Scotia Power’s greatest source of energy is our people. In a culture focused on safety and our customers, we’re committed to providing exceptional service to our customers and rewarding jobs to our employees. We’re hiring solution-minded people excited to help us grow into the future. We are currently looking to fill the position of Maintenance Person Certified (Shift) Multi-Trade.

Accountabilities: As a team member, you will perform all aspects of routine mechanical maintenance and repair work on equipment throughout the generating station. You must be able to work effectively as team member and be capable of functioning in a planned work environment.

You may be temporarily assigned to other locations to assist other areas when required and will be expected to travel throughout the province.

You will be required to participate in regulatory training and be willing to participate in on-the-job training or training programs that support the development of additional skills. You may be required to travel to other Nova Scotia Power sites for extended periods of time.

You will be responsible for your personal safety and that of your co-workers by observing all Occupational Health and Safety Rules and Regulations. You will be accountable for environmental performance as it relates to the environmental management system processes and initiatives.

This position is considered a safety sensitive position. As such, the successful candidate must comply with the Emera Alcohol and Drug Policy which requires a confidential pre-employment alcohol and drug test in accordance with the Emera Alcohol and Drug Procedure.

Skills, Capabilities and Experience: Certification as a Journeyperson Industrial Mechanic Millwright and Machinist or a Journeyperson Industrial Mechanic Millwright and High-Pressure Welder, including GTAW/SMAW processes & TIG/MIG certification. A minimum of three (3) years work experience in modern mechanical maintenance in a generating station, process industry or equivalent industry are required. Should no candidates have both journeyperson trade certificates, consideration may be given to those willing to apprentice for second trade certification. You have proven problem resolution skills and the flexibility and ability to adapt to rescheduled assignments. You must be a strong team player with excellent interpersonal skills, a strong computer aptitude and the ability to deal with multiple tasks and demands.

Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities:
Must be able to lift 40-50 lbs. from floor to overhead and all distances in between, carry one and two handed 40 lbs.

Perform whole and upper body push and pull with weights up to 100 lbs. Perform static reaching between waist and overhead on an occasional basis

Perform bending, stooping, kneeling, squatting standing, walking and climbing (stairs, ladders) on an occasional basis

Crawl on a minimal basis

Perform static neck flexion and rotation on frequent basis

Reporting To: Maintenance Supervisor

Form of Application: Click the APPLY button at the end of the online job posting. Complete all required information fields and copy and paste your covering letter and resume into the online form.

Salary: $40.56 per hour, as per the NSPI/IBEW Collective Agreement.

Must Be Received By: All interested candidates should apply no later than December 19, 2019.

Late applications may not receive consideration.

Recruitment and Promotion Policy: When filling vacant positions, we are determined to hire the best candidates available. We're committed to providing employees with a fair and equal opportunity to compete for jobs. Hiring and promotion of employees is based on skills, capabilities, knowledge and demonstrated abilities.

We value diversity in the workplace and strongly encourage applications from all qualified candidates including women in non-traditional roles, persons with disabilities, Aboriginal peoples, African Nova Scotians and other members of the visible minority community. Applicants from these designated groups wishing to self-identify may do so through a series of questions in the on-line application process.

Normally, unless otherwise requested in advance, the supervisors of internal candidates selected for an interview will be contacted in order to facilitate scheduling of the interviews. The supervisor will maintain the confidentiality of the employee's application.