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||Reporting to the Mechanic Supervisor, the successful applicant will perform diagnosis and repair of a variety of fire apparatuses including pumps, aerials, tankers, other emergency response units, and standard smaller fleet vehicles.
The Mechanic will be responsible for tasks such as:
- Diagnose and repair either in a regular maintenance program or in emergency conditions all response apparatus including pumps, aerials, tankers and support vehicles
- Carrying out services and PM inspections on pumps, aerials, tankers, extrication equipment and gas powered chain/rotary saws
- Completing diagnosis and inspections using service manuals and computer based applications
- Documenting time and material using computerized work order program
- Completing and signing off inspection forms
Applicants will be required to participate in the Provincial Emergency Vehicle Technician’s Certification Program and will become a member of IAFF Local 1552.
- A 310–S and 310–T Certificate
- A valid driver’s license, Class ‘D’ with ‘Z’ endorsement (air-brake)
- Proof of experience in the trade as a licensed Journeyman
- Vehicle multiplexing diagnosis and repair
- Manufacturer training in aerial ladder operation, maintenance and repair
- Hold a valid ODP (Ozone Depletion Prevention) certificate
- Emergency Vehicle Technician’s Certificate Level one, two or three
Applicants selected to move forward will be asked to complete a competency exam before interviews occur.
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