Small Equipment Technician - PARKS SUMMER 2018
- 63,288.16 - 74,058.40 annually
- City Of Ottawa
Responsible for the maintenance, troubleshooting, and emergency repairs of diesel and/or gasoline powered small equipment and equipment attachments. The incumbent coordinates the inventory of equipment, parts, and materials required to carry out service on the equipment. The incumbent also arranges, coordinates and assists the supervisors and/or maintenance planners for the repairs and scheduled maintenance for other equipment maintained by Fleet Services.
Education & Experience
Completion of Small Engine Technician apprenticeship program of 4520 hours.
Minimum two (2) years of related experience in operating and repairing small engines and associated equipment used in roads, parks and forestry.
*Experience and formal training combined with demonstrated performance and ability may substitute for stipulated academic requirements.
Language, Certificates & Licenses
A valid Ontario unrestricted "DZ" class driver’s license (or provincial equivalent) with no more than 6 demerit points accumulated.
English oral, reading, writing required
Public Works Maintenance Management System and operational planning program in order to track performance and record accomplishments correctly
Proper preventative maintenance activities for equipment utilized in Roads, Parks and Forestry Services to extend service life of equipment
Gas, diesel, hydraulics and equipment electrical systems
Service standards, and safe equipment operation
Occupational Health and Safety Act and regulations, including Material Safety Data Sheets, Ontario Traffic Manual, Book 7 for Temporary Conditions
Commercial Vehicle Operator Registration (CVOR) regulations
Branch policies and corporate policies for environmental issues, pesticides, and vehicle use
Must possess the training, experience and knowledge to organize the work and its performanceKnowledge of applicable health and safety legislation, including the rights and duties of workers
Competencies & Skills
Understand and follow written and verbal instructions, complete detailed activity sheets and written reports, and understand and follows work plans
Competency in welding/cutting using MIG and ARC torches for repair and for manufacturing using various metal types
Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities, which may include walking, standing or sitting for extended periods of time
Work on afternoon or night shift when required; work overtime as required and assigned
Be "on-call" outside normal working hours including nights, weekends, and statutory holidays
Work in all weather types to perform duties
Ability to operator light, medium, heavy and special equipment
Ability to organize own work
Ability to work with minimal supervision