Summary : Ever thought of moving away from the hustle-bustle of city life, closer to nature? How about the stunning and beautiful Northern Ontario?
What if you could break through the walls of your work place into breathtaking scenery and get paid to travel? All of this while you are serving the public and ensuring highways are well marked and safe!
Owen Sound Highway Maintenance Limited
Full Time - Hourly
Miller Maintenance Limited proudly provides maintenance services on Area Maintenance Contracts for Ontario Ministry of Transportation.
We provide line-marking services for provincial and municipal roadways across Ontario. With our six cutting edge long line striper trucks, we retrace lane lines and edge lines, layout and pre-
mark new construction in conformance with OTM Book 11. We are looking for highway line painters to join our crew.
Date Posted : 2 / 28 / 2019
Reports To : Pavement Marking Coordinator
Starts On : To Be Determined
New Liskeard, Ontario Responsibilities :
Operate line striping equipment, walk behind paint application carts and perform abrasive and non abrasive blasting and grinding
Lay out and pre mark on new and existing asphalt
Set up and take down Traffic control including flagging operations as per OTM book7
Maintain accurate documentation driver logs, fuel records, time sheets etc.
Some positions require operating Line Striping Equipment, Crash trucks and Pre Warning vehicles etc. Operators will be required to maintain and clean equipment and perform minor repairs as needed
Willingness to learn and appreciate Miller Values - Safety, Quality and Integrity so we can continue to deliver Only the Best
Excellent team player to work productively in a highly functional team
Willingness to work assigned day and night shifts
Ability to lift 50 pounds and mechanically inclined
Previous experience in highway painting and maintenance with knowledge of OTM Book 7 traffic control will be given preference
Class D commercial license with air brake endorsement (Z) and ability to perform minor repairs on the equipment are considered assets, but not required