4th class power engineer (delta)

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delta, british columbia
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Delta Pacific Seafoods is the largest fresh, frozen and value-added seafood operation in BC specializing in high-quality custom seafood processing, value-added and cold storage services. The diversity of our operations offers many challenging opportunities for learning and development. We are currently seeking a Shift Engineer who will report to the Chief Engineer and play a key role in ensuring the facility is able to run at optimal production levels, with minimal downtime. Responsibilities Operate and maintain the ammonia refrigeration system (compressors, tunnel & blast freezers, cold storage, chillers) within code requirement. Monitor and respond to plant alarms. Perform routine & preventative maintenance tasks on plant energy equipment (Engine room). Update maintenance logs and records. Work with others to plan and coordinate the completion of work. Perform general maintenance tasks throughout the facility as needed. Perform other duties incidental to the work described herein. Requirements

Delta Pacific Seafoods offers a stable, friendly work environment, competitive wages and a comprehensive benefits package. BC Medical 80/20 Extended Health 80/20 (Includes out of country travel) Dental 80/20 Life Insurance 100% ($25,000) Accidental Death & Dismemberment 100% ($25,000) Group RRSP 4% Company match

Requirements 4th Class Power Engineer Certification with BC Safety Authority. Minimum 1 year of experience as a Shift Engineer in a manufacturing environment. Well-developed maintenance skill set. Exceptional safety record. Experience in a food processing industry is considered an asset. Must be available for overtime and weekend hours if required. Three easy ways to apply: 1. E-mail resume to Craig; craig.benoit@randstad.ca 2. Apply online: http://www.randstad.ca 3. TEXT 778-228-4297


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