Air Liquide Canada is part of the Air Liquide Group, the world leader in gases for industry, health and the environment, with over 46,200 employees in 80 countries. Air Liquide Canada employs over 1,500 employees and is present in the country's main industrial regions from coast to coast. For over 100 years, Air Liquide Canada has offered its employees: * Competitive compensation and benefits * Recognition programs * Numerous career development opportunities * Innovative technological projects
Entity and activity description
The incumbents duties will include, but not be limited to: Installling, modifying, adjusting, maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing all field equipment and support instrumentation repairs. The repairs include: pneumatic and hydraulic sensing, control valve rebuilds, measuring, controls, communication equipment, wiring, breakers, motors, PLC, DCS and general instrumentation equipment within plant boundaries.
Missions and Responsibilities
Performing general instrumentation duties
Trouble-shooting and problem solving
Following and improving our work management systems and tools
Daily work order and history input
Utilization of Safety reporting systems
Policy and procedure look-up
On a regular basis provide accurate and concise reporting related to work management documentation, plant logs and other required systems and reports.
Working in a safe manner and acting as an ALC safety leader
Ability to work varying shifts within the Collective Agreement
General clean-up related to maintenance work activities
Coordinate with/support other trades on specific jobs
Interpret and use technical information related to job requirements
Competencies and Profile
Certified Ontario or Inter-provincial in instrumentation with two (2) or more years experience in a heavy industrial work environment.
Must be able to demonstrate the ability to work in a safe and effective manner in a team environment, as well as independently.
Experience with working with varying temperatures (cold/hot as well as performing physical labour or heavy lifting.
Must be comfortable working at extreme heights.
The ability to interpret Instrument drawings, specification and control diagrams.
Working knowledge of PLC and DCS systems.
Please note that only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
For more information on our job opportunities, visit our Career page at: http:www.airliquide.ca/en/careers.html
Air Liquide Canada adheres to an employment equity program and strives to create a stimulating and open workplace that fosters fairness, respect and diversity.