Canadian Royalties – Mechanic (2018-3134)
Project: Canadian Royalties International
Location: Nunavik Nickel Mine, Northern Quebec (100km south of Deception Bay, 1800km north of Montréal), Canada
Rotation: 3 weeks on - 3 weeks off
Shift Length: 12 hours
Travel: Employee is responsible for travel to Chartered flight either Val d'Or or Montreal
Accommodation: Isolated Camp - permafrost conditions
Compensation: J.S. Redpath Limited offers comprehensive benefits
- FMTM (Formation Modulaire du Québec) or Underground Hard Rock Mining Common Core (Ontario)
- Permis Général d’Explosifs or able to obtain one as soon as possible
- Drug test
- Valid drivers permit
The primary role of the Mechanic is to perform preventive maintenance and repairs to diesel, electrical, hydraulic and air operated equipment. This includes mobile equipment, drills, small tools and miscellaneous equipment of a similar nature. Candidate must be experienced with reading blue print and maintaining: MTI Jumbo, MacLean Bolters, CAT1700 Loaders, 30 Tone trucks, remote scoop.
Required Skills and Qualifications
Read blue print
3 years maintenance and repairs to underground mining equipment ( MTI Jumbo, MacLean Bolters, CAT1700 Loaders, 30 Tone trucks, remote scoop)
- Knowledge of mining industry
Duties and Responsibilities
Must be able to comprehend written and verbal instructions as required to perform his duties in a safe and efficient manner
Must be able to follow proper procedure to ensure safety and to control equipment damage
Perform diagnostic testing to identify problems and determine the solution to solve the problem.
Adjust equipment and repair or replace defective parts, components or systems.
Test repaired equipment for proper performance and to ensure that work meets manufacturer specifications.
Comply with all Redpath and Owners safety regulations and procedures.
Identify unsafe conditions in underground headings - high level of alertness required.
Train and mentor new employees and/or apprentices.
- The duties and responsibilities listed above are representative of the nature and level of work assigned and are not necessarily all inclusive
Health and Safety:
Having the authority and responsibility to maintain a safe and efficient working environment
Following Company health and safety standards and reporting any unsafe acts or conditions to Supervisor
Responsible for the use of all safety equipment, i.e.Lanyards, warning signs and labeling, according to company rules and applicable legislation.
Responsible to ensure proper use of personal protective equipment.