Summary : Miller Maintenance proudly provides maintenance services on Maintenance Contracts for the Ontario Ministry of Transportation in all five of the Ministry’s Regions.
Our leadership in the Ontario road and highway maintenance industry is based on our commitment to continuous improvement through education, innovation, safety, and training.
With instructions from the General Foreperson, the Core Operators will work together to perform repairs and maintain the highway infrastructure so it meets the performance requirements of the Ministry Directed Contract.
You may be required to operate a loader, crash truck, or sign truck.
Promote, lead, and execute a Safety-First culture for all employees, sub-contractors, and consultants in compliance with Miller Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) polices and ensure contractual HSE obligation for the staff and public are met
Repairs to the highway, including but not limited to, debris removal, pothole repairs, installing small signs, end treatments, guiderails, washing bridges, sweeping, grass cutting, etc.
Become familiar with performance requirements of a Ministry Directed Maintenance Contract
Operate heavy equipment, including winter combination units, spreaders, crash trucks and loaders
Assist in providing traffic control at work zones and at incident scenes, including set up and take down OTM book 7 traffic closures
Provide assistance to the Emergency Response team to implement an emergency plan in situations such as spills, accidents, inclement weather, etc.
Conduct daily circle checks of equipment before operating
Clean and maintain equipment and perform minor repairs
Perform housekeeping duties to ensure the shop, common areas, and exterior of the yard are clean and safe
Maintain accurate documentation of hours of service, fuel records, time sheets, etc.
Other duties as assigned
Class G license required. Working towards DZ license is an asset.
1+ years’ experience in road maintenance and knowledge of OTM book 7 through prior positions, including snow plow operation, landscaping, etc. are strong assets
Willingness to learn and appreciate Miller values - safety, quality, and integrity so we can continue Building Greatness
Excellent team player to work productively in a highly functional team
Flexibility and organizational skills to multitask and manage time in a fast-paced environment with rapidly shifting priorities
Mechanical knowledge and experience with general equipment maintenance and operation of small tools and heavy equipment
Crash Truck experience is an asset
Basic computer knowledge
Effective communication (both written and verbal) to accurately document daily activities
Willingness to remain on-call occasionally and work assigned day, night, and weekend shifts
Ability to perform manual labour and lift up to 25 kilograms
Comfortable working and driving in extreme weather conditions
We will contact candidates selected for an interview. Accommodations are available upon request.