Maintenance Technician

Job ID: 106439
Position Title: Maintenance Technician
Location: Scarborough
Compensation: $18.00-$19.00 per hour
Hours: 37-40 hours per week
Job Description: Monday – Saturday, 7:00 am – 3:30 pm and 4:00 pm to 12:30am (Note: should be flexible between morning and afternoon shift)
Performs maintenance procedures according to the established SOP and PM schedule, coordinating parts and service, as required. 
Builds & grows existing preventative maintenance program while maintaining a proactive approach to Plant and Equipment maintenance & repair. 
Performs operational checks on equipment and systems. Detects and investigates variance in performance of equipment, utilities, systems and/ or facilities to ensure proper or enhanced functioning 
Completes required compliance documentation, log books, timesheets, etc. when executing duties. Maintains an assortment of common spare parts. 
Ensure issues, follow-up actions and /or resolutions are clearly communicated to peers and supervisors. This information should be transferred at shift overlaps as well as during the shift. 
Ensures that maintenance or repair of Production Equipment, Site Facilities, Systems and Utilities are carried out in a timely manner. Great team player to achieve all outcomes 
Must be able to work independently on a variety of shifts and overtime request, including weekend, holiday and after-hours duty. 
Help with process improvement, miscellaneous duties and other tasks as assigned 
Fabricate parts, as necessary, utilize shop equipment 
Other duties as assigned 
Job Requirements: At least 2 years experiences in maintenance of manufacturing type equipment or equivalent in an medium or large organization 
Shows dignity, respect while performing duties and contributes to department goals. Take ownership and accountability for issues, Strong interpersonal & problem-solving skills and the ability to work independently with minimal supervision. 
Basic Systems Diagnostics; Electrical, Mechanic, Pneumatic, Hydraulic, Instrumentation & PLC. Capable of using electrical testing equipment to diagnose problems 
Applied technical skills, knowledge and experience to identify, recommend and implement improvements to equipment, utilities, and facilities. 
Be a team player, a positive contributor; be open to suggesting and implementing ideas to better the business. 
Willing to participate in skill enhancement programs 
Experience in food/pharmaceutical environment preferable but not required 
Operate hand tools, power tools, basic shop tools (grinder, drill press, sand blaster, band saw, etc.). Milling, Lathe and welding is an strong asset 
Electrician or Millwright license an asset 
Forklift, boom zoom, truck experience an asset 
Ability to work any shift including weekends as required. Must be available for flexible working schedule 
Able to use Windows such us Outlook, Word, Excel 
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