Heavy Equipment Technician Apprentice
Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions is seeking a
Heavy Equipment Technician Apprentice
Location: Flin Flon, MB – Fly-in-fly-out (2 week on/off rotation)
At Sandvik, we offer you a world of opportunities. Our diverse businesses and global network enable you to explore your potential and thrive. We recognize your performance and offer various ways to fuel your growth towards exceptional achievements.
Currently, we have an opening for a Heavy Equipment Technician Apprentice. The Heavy Equipment Technician Apprentice is responsible for the troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of mechanical and / or electrical aspects of underground and surface mining equipment and components according to defined specifications and is also responsible for new equipment commissioning and training at customer sites.
Are you working towards becoming a Red Seal Heavy Equipment Technician? We want to hear from you!
While searching for the best opportunity for yourself today, we are already thinking ahead of your future tomorrow. So now we challenge you to take it one step further and apply!
What you will be doing
- Inspecting equipment for proper performance and determines faults and malfunctions.
- Adjusting equipment & repairing/replacing defective parts, components, or systems according to the scope of work.
- Testing repaired equipment to ensure proper operational performance.
- Commissioning new equipment.
- Actively participates in continuous improvement initiatives.
- Completing accurate time records, technical reports, failure reports, and parts lists.
- Staying current with industry, customer, product developments and technical best practices.
- Other duties as assigned by the Manager.
Environmental Health and Safety
- We are ethical and compliant, dedicated to health, safety, and sustainability. We put health and safety first!
What you will bring along
- Diploma in a Mechanical/Electrical Field and working towards a Red Seal Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic (or equivalent) License.
- Mining industry experience or mining equipment experience considered an asset.
- Previous experience with Sandvik equipment would be an asset.
- Excellent proficiency in reading hydraulic and electrical schematics.
- Demonstrated ability to diagnose, troubleshoot and repair electrical and mechanical issues with mining equipment.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Computer literacy (MS Office).
- Valid driver’s license if required for travel to local mine sites and across Canada as required.
- Ability and willingness to work varied shifts (as required).
- Must be legally eligible to work in Canada.
In return for your passion and drive we will offer you…
- The opportunity to make an impact on our business performance.
- The opportunity to be part of an ambitious team, in an industry leading business.
- The opportunity to reach your full potential.
- Ongoing development and training.
- An excellent comprehensive compensation package including a pension plan with matching, competitive health, dental, life and disability benefits.
Our core values are the soul of the company. They guide us in our actions and daily business decisions. We are a company with an open-minded culture that encourages employees to share ideas and work innovatively. We embrace diversity and inclusion and inspire everyone to bring their authentic selves to work everyday!
We take pride in our agile customer-focused decision making. We empower our employees, providing strong performance management and opportunities to grow your career.
Do you want to learn more?
To learn more about Sandvik, our people and products please visit our website: https://www.home.sandvik/en/about-us/
How to Apply
Qualified candidates can apply at www.sandvik.com/careers to the Heavy Equipment Technician Apprentice, requisition R0031558. We thank all applicants. Only those considered for an interview will be contacted.
We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are always available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Deadline: Sep 27