The Job :
The Apprentice is responsible, by observation and practice, for understanding and learning the basic skills, responsibilities, and expertise needed to do all required work as an Electrician, while helping Journeymen and other employees with their tasks and contributing to operations.
Over the course of time, the Apprentice's skills will increase, and they will take more ownership of jobs and how they are run, dependent on their abilities.
The Audience :
Individuals starting their electrical career with an interest in industrial work
Apprentices looking for mentorship and professional development throughout
Graduates from any electrical techniques college program
Individuals who are looking for innovative, fast pace projects with variety
Apprentices in their 3rd / 4th term
What does Spark Offer?
Diverse and exciting industrial customer base
Growing company with consistent work
Continuous training and skills improvement
Career advancement opportunities
Flexible Work Hours
Power Tools Provided
Excellent Benefits Package
RRSP Matching and Employee Stock Ownership Program
Here's what you'll do :
Deciding on the best methods for visualizing, measuring, and estimating work as appropriate for the job situation
Deciding when additional materials are needed in order to complete required work
Defining and labeling wires, conduits, and apparatus in order to avoid shock / electrocution
Deciding on best routing options for conduit, wires, and other systems
Assisting newer / fellow Apprentices with orientation and learning
Attending Required Meetings, safety meetings and professional development sessions
Keeping phone and barcode scanner charged and ready and truck stocked with proper tools and materials
Loading materials, lifts, trailers, and other equipment
Maintaining Work Order Accuracy
Performing field work / installations
Performing Vehicle Maintenance
Here's what you'll need :
High School Diploma
College Certificate / Diploma
Valid Drivers License
Spark Power Corp is committed to fair and equitable recruiting practices in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA).
Persons with disabilities are encouraged to come forward at any stage of the recruitment process to request accommodations, if needed.