What you’ll do :
Complete the installation of propane tank systems and related equipment at customer locations. Observe and assess potential hazards involving customer tank installations and report concerns to the supervisor.
Carry out scheduled inspections and complete required maintenance on existing customer propane installations to ensure systems are safe and conform to all regulations and codes.
Actively participate in the Propane Departments Safety Program keeping the safety of oneself, other employees, and the public at the highest priority.
Prior to use, conduct required daily inspection on any commercial licensed vehicle and ensure any minor defects found are repaired in a timely manner and any major defects are repaired prior to the vehicle being put into service.
Ensure all necessary preventative maintenance is carried out on the service vehicle and crane unit, plus maintain all tools and equipment in safe working order and report any problem areas to the supervisor.
Operate crane trucks while following applicable standards during rigging, loading, securing, and transporting of tanks and other equipment.
Become familiar with the operation of the Propane Sales Management System and carry out administrative responsibilities as required.
Consistently adhere to all standard work procedures, policies, rules, industry codes, regulations, and guidelines.
Provide customer service to all retail personnel, customers, and co-workers in a helpful and respectful manner, and refer any concerns to the supervisor for action.
Promote the sale and the use of Co-op Propane. To deliver propane as required.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Why it matters :
We fuel Western Canadian communities by offering innovative energy products and providing unmatched service to Co-op member-owners and customers.
Who you are :
You are looking for a career in Production, Trades, and Maintenance and :
You have a high school education (or equivalent).
You have experience in residential or commercial propane installations.
You possess your Gas Fitter A or B Certificate
A valid Class 3 (with air endorsement) license is considered an asset.
You are in good health and physically fit to perform all duties and responsibilities.
You are comfortable with undergoing pre-assessment Alcohol, Drug, and Fitness testing for client groups.
You are prepared to respond to emergency call-outs on evenings and weekends on short notice.
You are able to participate in an On-Call program implemented by the supervisor to adequately service customer needs as required.
You’re honest and trustworthy, are results-oriented and strive to be the best in what you do.
You believe in collaboration, building relationships and value the perspectives of others.
Our Team Members receive competitive salaries, short-term incentives, a comprehensive benefits package and an employer-contributed pension plan.