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City Trail
Bulletin Number BCU 73/2013
Title Crew Leader - Capital Projects (Stations)
Posting Status Closed
Branch Electric
Affiliation IBEW
Open Date 2/15/2013
Closing Date 3/1/2013
Job Status Full Time Temporary
Approximate End Date for Temporary Job 12/31/2013
Human Resources Contact Robyn Simpson
# of Positions Available 1
Reason for Posting New Job
Position Overview (JM Electrician or CP&C Technologist)

Job Specification: It shall be the duty of a Crew Leader to supervise the work of individuals under their charge in such a manner that work may be carried on safely, efficiently and expeditiously. The duties and responsibilities of a Crew Leader include such activities as:
Responsibilities Duties & Responsibilities:
• Instructing and directing workers in the safe performance of their duties.
• Planning and coordinating work for others (including flagging and backhoe contractors).
• Supervising and assigning work to employees.
• Responsible for the preparation and quality of all work under their charge.
• Assuring that all work related documentation, information and records are updated.
• Liaising with appropriate internal and external parties as required.
• Providing feedback to crew members on their performance in order that work is carried out safely, efficiently and expeditiously.
• Functioning as the District Person in Charge.*
• Functioning as the Control Release Holder.*
• Relieving a Foreman
Requirements Qualifications:
• Superior knowledge of trade (work methods, tools, equipment).
• General knowledge of alternate trades at FortisBC (work methods, tools, equipment, safety).
• Excellent understanding of and adherence to FortisBC and WCB safety regulations (lockout, switching, tailboards).
• Demonstrated knowledge of FortisBC job planning and scheduling criteria.
• Ability to work to predetermined budgets, schedules and quality expectations.
• Superior knowledge of overall FortisBC utility system operation.
• Demonstrated ability to work with relevant computer systems/applications.
• Demonstrated ability to direct and supervise crews.
• Good interpersonal skills to effectively communicate (written/oral) with crews, staff and public.
• Ability to assess work requirements with respect to tools and resources necessary for the task.
• Interprovincial Red Seal or T.Q. certification*

Relieving as a Foreman would be when so designated by the Company. Where the crew does not require an Interprovincial Red Seal or T.Q. certification this is not a requirement of that crew’s Crew Leader

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