a one-year contract, with the possibility of extension until 2026, in Lac de Gras (Northern Territories of Canada).
The client is offering Fly-in/Fly-out from Edmonton/Yellowknife/Fort Smith to Nunavut (Northern Territories of Canada - area where Lac de Gras is located).
If you don’t have Underground experience but worked as a Heavy Duty Mechanic, that's okay! Experience working with Atlas Mining and/or Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology equipment and a Red Seal Heavy Duty Mechanic certification are the two main requirements. The successful candidates will be responsible for repairing heavy mining equipment in a safe, environmentally friendly, and cost-effective manner to ensure equipment availability is maximized.
This role is a great opportunity to work with our client's Diamond Mine. Located in the Northwest Territories of Canada, the Company's Diamond Mine is a producer of gem-quality diamonds. At their company, a strong focus is placed on protecting the local environment, as well as supporting communities through employment and education.
- Perform cost-effective, safe, and environmentally friendly repairs to maximize equipment availability.
- The incumbent will be working on but not limited to Epiroc MT6020 haul trucks, Boltecs, Simbas, Jumbos, autonomous ST14 scoop trams, ST1530, ST18 scoop trams, Normet shotcrete sprayers, transmixers, etc.
- The mine is primarily Epiroc equipment.
- Fill out the work orders and reports on repairs and diagnoses prior to the end of each shift.
- Provide sufficient detail about repairs so that others can understand what work has been done on the equipment.
- Keep work areas clean and free of safety hazards continuously.
- Conduct safety audits as per company policy.
- Provide written reports to the Mobile Maintenance Supervisor as requested.
- Adhere to safety and environmental rules and contribute to safety and productivity by constructively participating in safety meetings and incident investigations.
- Conduct equipment reviews to ensure new and existing equipment meets site safety and operational requirements.
- Assist other tradespersons to achieve Maintenance goals as required.
- Help develop Heavy Duty Mechanic apprentices including delegating tasks or projects that will assist with their skill development and meet apprenticeship requirements.
- Journeyperson certification as a Heavy Duty Mechanic.
- Interprovincial Red Seal certification.
- Understanding of the NWT Mines Act.
- Familiarity with new technologies and equipment (e.g., Cat SIS, Cummins Insight, etc.).
- Ability to maintain and repair industrial equipment.
- Proven oral, written, and active listening skills and ability to work in high-stress situations and resolve issues.
- 2 weeks on, 2 weeks off (first week: dayshift, second week: nightshift).
- Current St. John’s Ambulance Standard First Aid Certificate with CPR.
- Training on the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS).