Electrician

Job description:

Baymag Inc., an industrial mineral company specializing in the production and international marketing of Magnesium Oxide, is accepting applications for the position of Electrician for its production facility in Exshaw, Alberta, 90 km west of Calgary.

· Candidates must have a valid Journeyman Electrician Trade Certificate (Alberta or Interprovincial).

· The successful candidate will be expected to apply excellent troubleshooting skills as well as provide general and preventative maintenance in all aspects of industrial plant maintenance.

· Knowledge of PLC’s, HMI systems, and instrumentation will be a definite asset in working in a highly automated processing plant.

Baymag offers an excellent work environment, a condensed workweek, competitive compensation plan and benefits package.

If you would like to be part of one of North America’s leading industrial companies, then please submit your resume along with “2024EXS001” in the subject line to jobs@baymag.com

Baymag thanks all applicants for their interest, however; only those candidates under consideration will be contacted.

Salary: $48.77 per hour

Benefits:

· Dental care

· Extended health care

· Vision care

Schedule:

· 10 hour shift

· Holidays

· Weekends

· Rotational on call

Experience:

· electrician: 3 +years (Preferred)

Licence:

· Drivers Licence (Required)

Job Duties:

· Read and interpret drawings, circuit diagrams and electrical code specifications to determine wiring layouts for new or existing installations

· Run tests on electrical components to ensure a safe and effective installation

· Inspect electrical systems and equipment for any damage, malfunctions, and safety hazards

· Other duties as requested

· Installing, repairing, and maintaining electrical systems in accordance with appropriate codes (e.g., Canadian Electrical Code)

· Running tests on electrical components to ensure a safe and effective installation

· Inspecting electrical systems and equipment for damage, malfunctions, and safety hazards