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Engineer 3 Class Stationary

Location: 

Toronto, ON, CA

Req ID:  24520
Date:  Jan 7, 2021
Redpath Sugar is located on Toronto’s historic downtown waterfront and has been a part of Canada’s heritage for more than 160 years.  Our brand is the oldest food-related trademark in Canada and is recognized across the country.  Redpath Sugar is part of ASR Group, the largest cane sugar refiner in the world.

 

OVERVIEW

The Stationary Engineer Class 3 or Class 2 is responsible for operating and maintaining gas fired boilers, large centrifugal and reciprocating air compressors, heat exchangers, water softeners, chilled water systems, cooling towers, wastewater systems, high quality water systems, and/or other related equipment found in an industrial powerhouse.

 

DETAILED ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Operate designated equipment in accordance with all applicable procedures, policies, and regulations.

  • Carry out routine Steam Power Plant duties such as: start, operate, maintain and monitor operation of Steam Turbines, High Pressure Boilers, industrial HVAC equipment, Air Compressors, and associated auxiliaries according to established procedures and as per TSSA authorization.

  • Assist the Powerhouse Shift Operating Engineer on Power Plant startups and shutdowns as scheduled.
  • Provide shift relief as required in accordance with Operating Engineers Regulations 219-01.
  • Comply with all Occupational Health and Safety legislation, guidelines, standards, policies, procedures and practices.
  • Provide isolation, lockouts, clearances and safe work permits on nominated equipment. Ensure all guards and safety lock-outs are in place and associated records and documentation attended.
  • Ensure that all powerhouse activities are carried out in accordance with environmental legislation requirements.
  • Maintain, monitor and conduct routine tests on fire protection systems and associated equipment. Coordinate work of designated fire protection contractor ensuring continuous and reliable plant protection.
  • Participate with maintenance planning and repair of equipment. Carry out preventative maintenance tasks to insure all systems are fully functional at all time.
  • Ensure daily documentation and accurate records are maintained.
  • Coordinate and schedule outside contractors work in line with safety, quality and plant production rules.

 

ESSENTIAL CAPABILITIES (KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES)

  • A valid Ontario Third or Second Class Operating Engineer Certificate is required. Preference will be given to candidates currently pursuing Second Class Engineer exams.
  • Candidates must be capable of obtaining Second Class Operating Engineer certificate within two years of employment
  • The job is within a heavy industrial environment and you may be required to work within various areas of the facility. Depending on the area you work in, the environmental conditions may be hot, cold, dirty, dusty, wet or noisy.
  • Safety procedures and guidelines must be adhered to at all times. This includes wearing personal protective equipment, such as a hard hats, eye protection, hearing protection and safety shoes at all times during a work
  • Punctuality and attendance are extremely important to the success of the operations in general as well as contributing to an overall positive team environment. You may be required to work at different times of day and at weekends. The position requires you to work overtime as needed.
  • Demonstrate ability to work independently and as part of a team.  
  • Good mechanical aptitude, Proficient computer skills with standard Microsoft software (Windows, Word, Excel, Outlook).
  • The ability to quickly respond to dynamic, evolving circumstances.
  • Capable of studying and interpreting mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and automation system blueprints and maintenance manuals.
  • Must have a general knowledge of typical mechanical and electrical working practices and a proven ability to work with the aim of completing tasks efficiently and safely.

 

LOCATION OF ROLE

  • Toronto, ON
     

For more than 100 years, our employees have taken pride in “Making Life a Little Sweeter” by providing our customers and consumers with quality service and sugar products. Our commitment to that principle drives us in all that we do and encourages us to uphold our company’s high ethical standards of business conduct to ensure our continued success