The Royal Canadian Mint is hiring a Power Engineer who can thrive in a dynamic and inclusive environment. Reporting the Manager, Technical Services, the incumbent will operate, maintain and repair production, building equipment and performs building maintenance.
• Coordinate, schedule and monitor all building activities within the Federal, Provincial and Mint regulations
• Operate, check and repair building services equipment and ensure maintenance logs are kept accurate
• Repair, adjust, install and assemble building, production and grounds equipment
• Document and maintain all records and provide information on operating data
• Select material, parts and supplies; sourcing suppliers for completing work tasks
• Carry out minor carpentry and general building repairs
• Analyze and report malfunctions, suggest remedial action or improvements
• Repair, rebuild and install pumps and process piping
• Plan and organize activities, time as well as materials and resources required
• Grade 12 or equivalent
• Must possess a Power Engineer 4th Class with an A-Class Gas Fitter License, or a 3rd Class License
• Experience in a manufacturing environment is an asset
• Demonstrated interpersonal skills, including ability to co-operate with supervisors and colleagues and ability to foster relationships with other employees to enhance the team environment
• Strong time management skills
• Demonstrated skill to communicate concerns within the scope of Power Engineer
• Demonstrated skill to troubleshoot and identify practical corrective action solutions
• Bilingualism (English and French) is an asset
The health and safety of our employees is a top priority. The Mint has developed significant and rigorous safety protocols to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
At the Mint you will collaborate with a diverse group of people and be a part of an iconic Canadian organization. We pay competitive salary and offer a range of benefits that support employees and their families. The Mint supports its employees by focusing on their growth and development. Selected candidates will be required to complete a background check facilitated by the Mint.
The Mint is committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. We value diversity and aim to provide an inclusive, barrier-free recruitment, selection and onboarding process to ensure that each candidate is treated respectfully. You are welcome to self identify with one of the four employment equity groups (women, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities) in your application.
If you need accommodation at any point in the application or interview process, please let us know; we are committed to being an inclusive employer.
Ready to mint your career? Please forward your resume to EE@mint.ca by August 31, 2022. We thank all candidates who apply, however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.
We look forward to receiving your application.