Mechanical Maintainer - Welder
|Posting Start Date: July 13, 2022|
Posting End Date: August 7, 2022
Safe. Reliable. Securing Tomorrow.
Are you looking for a meaningful career that makes a difference in your community and beyond? Are you an outdoors person who enjoys the benefits of small town living? At Bruce Power, we offer exciting careers that provide you the opportunity to have the small-town lifestyle.
SAFETY FIRST. Our commitment to safety, in both our work environment and practices are something you can expect - and that we expect from our employees. We want you to go home at the end of the day, the same way, or better, than when you arrived.
MEANINGFUL WORK. It's not every day that you'll find yourself working on a nuclear power generating site. But at Bruce Power, you'll be working with the world's largest operating nuclear facility, that not only generates over 30% of Ontario's electricity, but produces medical isotopes - used for life-saving cancer treatment, world-wide. Your contributions will make a difference.
LIMITLESS OPPORTUNITIES. For you, it's not just a job - it's a career. With our Life-Extension program, and commitment to the life of our site to 2064 and beyond, your trades career future is here. One of the largest infrastructure projects in Canada is in full operation, and there is a continued demand for the work that you do. The opportunities for training and advancements are real.
Currently, Bruce Power has opportunities available for Mechanical Maintainer - Welder. This position is permanent, full-time in nature, and offers a competitive benefits, compensation, and pension package. The position is located on- site in Tiverton, Ontario. Various shift patterns are included (i.e., days/afternoons/nights).
What will you be responsible for?
Mechanical Maintainers have the highest regard for safety, are responsible for maintaining systems needed to fuel and control nuclear reactors plus ancillary systems. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
- Maintain and repair items such as compressors, valves, motors, pumps, turbines, hydraulic systems and generators
- May be required to work from heights, in confined spaces, and in environments containing, respiratory radiological, chemical, electrical, and mechanical hazards
- Provide feedback to technical staff regarding the condition of the equipment through dismantling, inspection and re-assembly in accordance with established procedures
- Carry out quality predictive maintenance, preventive, corrective and breakdown maintenance, to ensure reliable system operation and ensure the equipment is in a good state of repair
- This work may be performed on a twelve hour, rotating shift schedule
|Education Requirements||Education and Experience|
- Candidates require an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent as recognized by the Ontario Ministry of Education
- Candidates must hold a valid Ontario or Interprovincial License as a Welder
- Considered an asset:
o Holding more than one Certificate of Qualification
o Work experience on process equipment in a Power Generation Facility
o Experience with training development/delivery
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