Maintenance Service Technician
A skilled jack of all trades is needed at North Vancouver School District 44 as the Maintenance Service Technician. Reporting to the Maintenance Manager and working under the direction of the Service Centre Manager and Maintenance Coordinators, you will attend to a variety of basic maintenance tasks to ensure that the District’s building systems and equipment are operating safely and efficiently to ensure a comfortable environment exists for all staff and students.
This full-time CUPE position is a variety-filled role requiring you to repair, replace, and adjust building systems and components, including the maintenance of HVAC and water filtration systems and equipment. You will also perform a variety of minor plumbing, lighting fixture, and non-wiring electrical maintenance. Furthermore, you may be asked to repair, replace and make adjustments to door hardware, ceiling tiles, window mechanisms, and etc. And occasionally, you will also be asked to apply sealants, caulking, lubricants, spackle, primer, and touch-up paint.
Working in the maintenance department, you will track inventory, your work and report issues requiring trades support utilizing the District’s CMMS System to ensure all routine and preventative maintenance tasks are completed in a timely manner.
As a skilled technician, you have a mechanical aptitude for maintenance tasks and using tools. Your qualifications include a high school diploma, four years of related experience, and a class 5 BC driver’s license. What makes you an ideal candidate is your communication skills, commitment to customer service, and ability to work independently and with others.
In addition to these qualifications, you may also have WHMIS, Lockout Training, HAZMAT, 5th Class Power Engineers Certification; Building Automation and Direct Digital Controls knowledge, Man Lift certification, Fall Arrest training, or a BOMA systems maintenance technician’s course.
By applying, candidates give permission to the North Vancouver School District to contact any references or any past or present employers named in the application. Please indicate the position of interest, competition number, and apply on-line at www.makeafuture.ca/north-vancouver by 4 pm on Friday, November 4th, 2016.
We appreciate your interest in applying; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
From coastal beaches to mountain forests, North Vancouver’s natural setting offers year-round recreational opportunities. The rich multiculturalism of our district is reflected in a wide array of programs and services, including our commitment to supporting the history, culture and traditions of the First Nations communities on whose traditional territories we are located. North Vancouver School District’s values of accountability, creativity, collaboration and collegiality make it “the natural place to learn” for students, and “the natural place to work” for our staff.
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