Carpenter, Structural Integrity

Greater Toronto Airports Authority - Greater Toronto Area, ON (30+ days ago)

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Key Accountabilities

Reporting to the Manager, Structural Integrity, this position is responsible for carrying out the Pro-active Maintenance, Corrective Maintenance, and Demand Maintenance of Structural systems at Toronto Pearson Airport

Perform repairs and preventative maintenance tasks employing a variety of skilled carpentry and related trades work on structures and buildings including, but not limited to work on doors, walls, ceilings and floors

Prepare condition inspection reports and reporting on work performed

Receive repair work requests from the Communication Centre

Design and build cabinets and other projects from drawings, sketches or through discussions with the requestor to determine specifications and details

Install, modify and repair office furniture and components

Identify and repair deficiencies in new phases of the terminals

Diagnose problems, repair and replace low-voltage electric strikes including modifying steel door jambs to install different models of electric strikes

Carry out structural restorations and fabrications which may require alteration to space layouts or construction of new facilities

Provide on-site monitoring of structural maintenance repair work being performed by outside contractors by: escorting contracted work forces to and from job sites for security purposes as required and observing as required the work being done by contractor personnel and reporting abnormal conditions to management


Must have a OSSGD Secondary School Diploma

Must have a certificate of qualification as a Carpenter

Must have 5 years’ experience working in ICI construction/maintenance environment

Must have a valid Ontario Driver’s license

Must be able to obtain a “D/A” level Airside Vehicle Operator’s Permit within 30 days of appointment to the position.

Must be able to obtain and retain a Transportation Security Clearance

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Knowledge of hardware installation and troubleshooting including repairs to new (unfamiliar) hardware

Knowledge of industry codes, GTAA standards and the layouts of the airport and terminals

Knowledge of Health and Safety practices and procedures

Strong understanding of building structural components, cabinet construction, lock and other door hardware operation and functions to effectively maintain, diagnose problems and make repairs to the above using the appropriate materials (plywood, hardwood, etc.), tools and equipment

Knowledge of the building codes, fire codes and regulations

Ability to handle and fabricate concrete, architectural metals, wood and other building materials; design and build from drawings, rough sketches and consulting from customers

Ability to operate special equipment – genie lift, skyjack; consult and coordinate with GTAA departments (Communication Centre, RMU, etc.) contractors, and clients (e.g. Air Canada to schedule timely completion of maintenance and repairs)

Must have the ability to diagnose, replace, repair and install new low-voltage electric strikes including modifying steel door jambs