Electrical Technician (Union)
Angus Consulting Management Limited - Toronto, ON

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Reporting To: Building Services Supervisor
Location: Toronto-Dominion Centre
Status: Full Time

Primary Duties:

Work shall include but not necessary be bound by the following:

  • Escalate unusual events/occurrences to supervisor
  • Troubleshoot/repair building automation system
  • Complete preventive/demand maintenance tasks; input histories if required
  • Respond to tenant requests and emergencies
  • Monitor work of contractors/external service providers to ensure adherence to company/industry standards
  • Participate in review of operating policies/procedures as required
  • Work in compliance with Occupational Health and Safety Act and other applicable codes
  • Provide feedback on proposed renovations re: impact on existing infrastructure systems if required
  • Troubleshoot electrical issues; complete minor repairs
  • Complete minor repairs/maintenance of UPS systems
  • Replace ballasts
  • Complete maintenance/repair of: building lighting systems; transfer switch; VFD; etc.
  • Conduct visual inspection of high voltage switch gear
  • Maintain/service and repair/replace: motor control centres, switches, breakers/ switchboard components, fixtures, branch circuit wiring, transformers, capacitors, transfer schemes, electrical and electric/pneumatic control devices, etc.
  • Operate/complete minor servicing of: chiller, life safety systems, heat pumps, air conditioners, air handling units, power generating equipment, etc.

Secondary Duties:

  • Assist other classifications/trades as required
  • Maintain a clean work environment

Relationships:

  • Develop working relationships with tenants to clarify needs; explain standard corrective action
  • Establish working relationships with staff; provide assistance in the delivery of services
  • Develop working rapport with suppliers, contractors and external service providers to respond to information needs
  • Maintain positive relations with tenants/client through effective communications

Problem Solving/Analysis:

  • Monitor, adjust and repair infrastructure systems
  • Utilize industry best practices/procedures to perform duties
  • Identify problem areas; conduct investigation; analyze and make recommendations that may include innovative solutions

Decision Making/Autonomy:

  • Make basic decisions within established practices/procedures
  • Provide input to operational decisions by identifying tenant/client/facility needs

Employee Development:

  • Complete mandatory training programs (annually)
  • As directed, create/implement personal development plan (annually) to identify skills required to move to next level

Hours of Work:

  • Day shift; some overtime, on-call and shift work

Working Conditions:

  • May be required to carry a PDA
  • Work requires some exposure to more intense situations when responding to tenant requests
  • Work requires utilizing tools/repairing systems that could cause physical injury if not handled/operated following safety practices/procedures
  • Physical demands:
  • Exposure to elements – majority of work indoors; some exposure to outdoor environment
  • Lifting requirements – maximum 50 lbs.
  • Repetitive physical effort – majority of work is non-repetitive
  • Elevated working conditions – use of ladder; scissor lift (training required), etc.
  • Confined space may be applicable (training required)

Qualifications:

  • OSSGD or equivalent
  • Ontario trade certification of qualification (e.g., electrical license)
  • 5 years in the operation and maintenance of facilities
  • Ability to communicate effectively in English (oral and written)

Please reference Job Posting #2018 when applying. Applications must be received by September 13, 2013.


About this company
With over 40 years experience throughout North America, Angus Consulting Management Limited (ACML) is one of Canada’s most established...