If H, Cl, HCI, NaClO, NaOh doesn't seem like a viral enigma to you, you are the chlorine and chlorine derivatives specialist we are missing. You like to follow clear steps and all protocol processes to a T. Your thoroughness consistently ensures quality and safe operations. Come and combine your expertise with complex and varied automated control systems.
Our client, Axiall Canada, a subsidiary of Westlake Chemical, is looking for a Stationary Engineer to join its team at the Beauharnois factory. Through their increased presence in the plastics and petrochemical industries, they have carved out an important place in the lives of Canadians and Americans, in addition to ranking in the Fortune 500.
You have your diploma in stationary engine mechanics and you have a class 2 or class 3 certification?
Join a world-class company with a very competitive salary and benefits package!
Ensure the proper operation of boilers, generators, pumps, motors, fans, compressors etc.
Test water quality of boilers, deaerators and condensate.
Inspect boiler water level, temperature and pressure alarms.
Perform cleaning, lubrication and adjustment of boilers, pumps, motors, fans, compressors, etc.
Analyze, diagnose and solve problems related to various mechanical, pneumatic and electrical systems.
Schedule preventive maintenance shutdowns.
Complete daily reports on the computer system.
Comply with occupational health and safety standards and policies.
Perform any other related tasks.
Comprehensive and competitive benefits package.
Stimulating and diversified work environment.
Possibility of advancement.
DEP in stationary engine mechanics required.
Hold a class 2 or 3 stationary engineer certification recognized by the Ministry of Labour.
2 to 5 years of experience in an industrial environment that uses boilers.
Knowledge of the principles of control loop operation and valves.
Good knowledge of OHS laws, regulations and standards.
Flexibility to work on a rotating schedule of 12-hour shifts.
Ability to work in an environment with variable temperatures.