Summary: Reporting to Operations Manager the Airport Maintenance (AM) person performs troubleshooting, inspection, installation, and repair of a variety of complex mechanical equipment and systems.
The AM is responsible for detecting and diagnosing correct operating parameters such as pressures, temperatures, time ranges, concentration levels; adjusting and regulating equipment using the central and local control panels to ensure the comfort and safety of facility users and to minimize downtime of equipment; implementing procedures for the proper use and care of tools and equipment and the storage, inventory, and cost-effective use of supplies, and safety. A detailed copy of the job description is available through the Human Resources & Administration Manager.
Terms of Employment: Full Time
- Performing a variety of duties, often changing from one task to another of a different nature.
- Coordinating a variety of contractors.
- Setting priorities, which accurately reflect the relative importance of job responsibilities.
- Working as part of a team; collaborating with colleagues to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
- Analyzing information, problems, and situations to define the problem or objective; identify relevant concerns or factors; identify patterns, tendencies, and relationships; formulate logical and objective conclusions; and recognize alternatives and their implications.
- Knowledge of the operations of a wastewater treatment facility.
- Knowledge of the operation of water distribution and treatment.
- Working knowledge of airport industry and associated regulations is an asset.
- Knowledge of basic of conveyors, pumps, and motors.
- Computer use and Computer Aided Design (CAD) capability is an asset.
- Detailed knowledge and understanding of building mechanical systems and equipment, safety practices and procedures around operating mechanical systems, plus knowledge of building mechanical systems theory.
- Working knowledge of carpentry practices, painting and piping and the ability to read and when required, modify drawings.
- Familiarity with Workplace Hazardous Materials, and the ability to work safely with environmentally sensitive chemicals such as solvents, coolants, degreasers, etc.
- Class one water distribution and water treatment would be an asset.
- HVAC and Building monitoring systems knowledge.
- Technical school training and/or experience in the construction and maintenance industry.
- Driver's licence, minimum Class 5.
- Working knowledge of daily inspection and basic maintenance processes of a variety of mobile equipment, communication equipment and two-way radio.
- First Aid and CPR is an asset.
- Understand and follow written and oral instruction.
- Document use.
- Oral communication.
- Working with others.
- Thinking skills.
- Computer use.
- Working independently.
- Read documents written in Standard English text (e.g., manuals).
- Write concise, logical, grammatically correct reports.
- Speak on a one-to-one basis using appropriate vocabulary and grammar.
- Bilingual would bean asset
- Security Clearance required. Restricted Area Identity Card (RAIC)
Applications must be received at one of the following addresses no later than 4:00 PM on 17 September 2021.
By Mail: Fredericton International Airport Authority Inc.
Attn: Perry Dyke, Human Resources & Administration Manager
2570 Route 102 Hwy, Unit 22
Lincoln, New Brunswick E3B 9G1 Canada
By Fax: (506) 460-0938
By Email: email@example.com