A large construction company based in Calgary, Alberta is in need of a Heavy Duty Mechanic
Your new company
As one of the largest construction companies in the local industry, they pride themselves with working in a team atmosphere with their clients to guarantee consistent quality, service and success for all parties. As a heavy duty mechanic with them, you will be skilled at working on various equipment to fulfil their customer needs.
Your new role
Your new role is based in Calgary and will start off as a 3 months contract with the possibility of becoming permanent. You will work in the shop 6 days a week on a 10-12 hours shift (Monday to Saturday) and 8 hours on Sunday when required. You will carry out various duties including maintenance, repairs, troubleshooting and diagnostics.
What you'll need to succeed
As a successful candidate, you will have your Red Seal Truck and Transport Ticket. You will have 1-3 years experience working on various heavy construction equipment including scrappers, excavators, haul trucks, shovels (CAT, Komatsu, Hitachi and John Deere). You will be familiar with CAT SIS and preferences is for someone who has Class 3 Driver's License and is certified in brakes and steering. You will have strong mechanical aptitude, be adaptable, safety oriented, willing to learn and a self-starter.
What you'll get in return
In return for your hard work, you will receive a competitive rate plus plenty of overtime with the possibility to become permanent after 3 months. You have an opportunity to grow in an excellent and stable work environment.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact Tola Gbadamosi at 403.513.9278 for a confidential discussion on your career.
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