Activity sector: Pulp and Paper
Site: Kamloops, BC
Wage: $47.24 per hour
Schedule: Fortnight (9-hour dayshifts, every other Friday off)
Reporting to the Electrical & Instrumentation Maintenance Supervisor, the Red Seal Instrument Technician will support the mill’s continuous improvement efforts through construction projects and general preventative maintenance. The successful candidate will have a previous experience working in an industrial, safety sensitive work environment.
ü Troubleshoot and repair process control instrumentation;
ü Regular predictive/preventative maintenance;
ü Servicing of control valves, emission monitors and kraft pulp analyzers;
ü Use computer diagnostics and testing to monitor, measure and troubleshoot processes;
ü Clean and perform routine maintenance work.
ü Self-directed and works with minimal supervision;
ü Ability to manage time and multi-task to accomplish a variety of assignments with conflicting priorities and deadlines;
ü Confident written and oral communicator;
ü Change agent with the ability to collaborate well with others;
ü Strong problem solving & analytical skills;
ü Proven organizational skills with the ability to prioritize effectively and manage multiple tasks in an environment with competing demands;
ü Detail oriented;
ü Committed to best practices in health, safety and environmental management
ü Work well in team and possess a friendly and positive demeanor.
ü Interprovincial Red Seal Industrial Instrumentation & Control Technician Certification secured through a formal apprenticeship;
ü 3-5 years of experience working in a safety sensitive industrial work environment;
ü Strong computer system aptitude and experience working with various types of software including Microsoft Office Suite and a computerized maintenance system (i.e. SAP);
ü Possessing a dual ticket qualification in Electrical and/or HVAC in addition would be an asset.
At Kruger, we believe in giving our employees the space to grow in a dynamic and stimulating environment, to encourage their development, and to enrich their professional lives. That's why many of our employees have been with us for a long time.
At Kruger, we value a diverse and inclusive workplace, not just because it is the right thing to do but because differences make us stronger and we benefit from this as a business. Our inclusive culture requires all employees to be open-minded and welcoming of people with diverse grounds, preferences, needs and thoughts. Through our d commitment to Diversity and Inclusion, we create a great place to work, one that is able to attract the best people, build stronger teams, communicate better, innovate more and achieve the best results.
When you work at Kruger, you can count on a wide range of benefits such as competitive group insurance, registered pension plans and continuing education programs. In addition to finding a stimulating work environment that offers many opportunities for growth, you'll have the chance to work for a company that truly cares about its employees.