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Fourth-Class: K-Bro Linen Laundry
« on: Apr 19, 2015, 17:24 »
http://www.indeed.ca/cmp/K--Bro-Linen-Systems-Inc/jobs/Class-Power-Engineer-0e732cfa0b8c2633

 4th Class Power Engineer
K-Bro Linen Systems Inc - Burnaby, BC


K-Bro Linen System Inc. (K-Bro) is the Canadian Leader in Laundry and Linen Services to the Healthcare and Hospitality Industries. With 8 plants across Canada, K-Bro employs over 1,600 employees and is publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange. There is an immediate opening for a 4th Class Power Engineer at our Canada Way plant in Burnaby, British Columbia.

Your primary responsibilities include:

    Ensure production equipment is functioning properly / troubleshoot and repair equipment to ensure maximum equipment uptime, availability and reliability;
    Maintain and repair all equipment in the plant and building as needed;
    Ensure all assigned job requisitions are completed effectively and in a timely manner;
    Carry out boiler maintenance activities;
    Carry out preventative maintenance and safety inspections on equipment, building and grounds;
    Work in conjunction with plant personnel to modify and improve on processing and packaging equipment;
    Assist production personnel to setup, takedown or relocation of production equipment;

Your previous skills and experience include:

    4th Class Power Engineer Certificate (3rd class designation is considered an asset)
    2-5 years? experience in an industrial/manufacturing environment
    Have technical skills in industrial and manufacturing engineering,
    Electrical background would be an asset
    Strong verbal and written communication skills
    Ability to work alone and in a team environment

The successful candidate will be offered a competitive starting compensation package including health plan.
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