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Heavy Equipment Technician – Service Truck (Apprentice)

Acheson, AB T7X, Canada

Job Type

Full Time

About the Role

As a team member in the Fleet department, the apprentice heavy duty mechanic troubleshoots, performs repairs, maintains and modifies our extensive fleet of pickups, trailers, heavy haul trucks and equipment in both a shop and service truck. The apprentice heavy duty mechanic provides support to the senior mechanics to ensure vehicles and equipment are ready to move to project sites when scheduled.

Requirements

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Complete general cleaning of shop facilities including but not limited to inventory sorting, tool organization and daily housekeeping

  • Clean and inspect company vehicles and equipment upon return from field operations

  • Assist in the completion of annual CVIP's

  • Interpret work orders and technical manuals

  • Assist in the diagnosis of faults or malfunctions and the adjustment or replacement of defective parts, components or systems

  • Test repaired equipment for proper performance and ensure that the completed work meets manufacturers specifications and legislated requirements

  • Complete timely preventative maintenance as required

  • Record required service reports for all completed repairs and maintenance

  • Assist in rig-up modifications of new vehicles and trailers

  • Ensure all work is completed according to safe work practices and procedures

  • Comply with all health and safety regulations

  • Other duties as require


EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • 6+ months of practical mechanical experience

  • Knowledge of industry processes, procedures and policies

  • Heavy equipment experience


  • Registered Alberta Apprentice for Transport Certification or Heavy Duty Mechanic Certification

  • Class 5 license and clean driver's abstract

  • Overhead Crane Certification an asset

  • Ability to complete pre-employment testing, including but not limited to a medical questionnaire, drug and alcohol testing, and a 50 lbs. back assessment


CORE COMPETENCIES:

  • Relationship/Network Building

  • Professionalism

  • Analytical Thinking and Judgement

  • Critical Thinking

  • Conceptual Thinking

  • Excellent interactive communication skills both verbal and written

  • Planning and Organization

  • Strong morals and ethics

  • Commitment to privacy and confidentiality


WHY WORK FOR ROTERRA:

  • Benefits including a health and dental package & employee assistance plan

  • Group RRSP and deferred profit sharing plan

  • Friendly, fast paced environment with room for career growth and advancement

  • Competitive wage with overtime pay

  • Vacation and holiday pay

  • Training and development opportunities

  • Referral incentives

  • Company paid safety training


ROTERRA CORE VALUES:

  • We pursue excellence by constantly raising the bar

  • We have passion and enthusiasm – for our roles, the company and our relationships

  • We are experts that continually grow

  • We do the right thing

  • We are team players


About the Company

Roterra is a turn-key foundation solutions provider with focus on four main technologies: helical screw, bored cast-in-place, driven, and continuous flight auger piling along with excavation support (shoring). We offer engineering and fabrication solutions with a focus on providing end-to-end service. We service all markets and all project sizes pride ourselves on providing industry-leading customer experience.

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