Reporting to the Foreman, the Journeyman Millwright assumes responsibility for all general millwright duties required on industrial scope construction projects.
They will ensure work tasks are performed safely in accordance with Occupational Health and Safety Legislation and company policies and that work is performed with a high level of quality and timeliness.
This position is based in the Fort Saskatchewan, AB area on a client site.
Overtime as required
Working both indoors and outdoors in hot and cold weather conditions
Working in and around noise and dust
Demonstrate the Promise and contribute to it becoming embedded across the organization.
Read diagrams and schematic drawings, blue prints, and service manuals to determine work procedures.
Operate rigging equipment and dollies to place heavy machinery and parts.
Fit bearings, align gears and shafts, attach motors, and connect couplings and belts to precise tolerances.
Align and test equipment and make any necessary adjustments.
Perform predictive and operational procedures.
Repair and / or replace defective parts.
Service and repair hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
Preform tack welding and fabrication as well as maintain an inventory of replacement parts.
Prepare layout including material selection, sequence planning and methods of work.
Ensure work areas are kept clean and free of hazards.
Ensure tools and equipment are returned to job boxes and tool cribs.
Report all incidents, near miss incidents including damages / non-damage, injury / non-injury incidents.
Review and participate in the preparation of safe work practices / procedures as required.
Other tasks and labor duties as required on the jobsite.
Stuart Olson Corporate
Journeyman Millwright ticket preferred
Non ticketed equivalent with proof of hours and experience from a related trade
Industrial plant experience is an asset
Rigging experience is an asset
Ability to take direction and follow through on instructions
Positive attitude to safety
Ability to work collaboratively with a positive attitude
Superior written and verbal communication skills
Support a culture that encompasses the highest ethical standards, and is aligned with the Promise
Stand or walk for long periods of time
Ability to stand, crouch, and kneel for long periods of time
Ability to lift up to 25kg
Climbing stairs / ladders regularly
Compensation and Benefits
Compensation is commensurate with experience, quality and production capabilities and is above industry average
Why Choose Stuart Olson?
Safety, Sustainability, Collaboration, and Integrity are core Company values that encourage innovation and make a lasting difference in meeting the goals of our stakeholders and the communities in which we operate.
Stuart Olson strongly supports and encourages employees to get involved and give back in their local communities. We expect our employees to bring their best to work every day and in return, management recognizes and rewards employees for their valued contribution through competitive compensation, robust benefits, health & wellness programs, and learning development opportunities.
At Stuart Olson we are committed to creating a culture built on a passion to do great things.
Who We Are?
Stuart Olson has been positively impacting the businesses we serve, the communities in which we operate, and the lives we touch since 1911.
Our rich history demonstrates our reach and diversity as an integrated, full-service organization serving the commercial and industrial markets.
We are a $1 billion+, fully integrated commercial construction and industrial services provider with offices in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario.
We deliver confidence through a client-centered approach that ensures the highest quality of service, reduces risk and delivers results.