Maintains all site, plant and production equipment including mechanical, electrical and HVAC systems. Operates building and utility systems. Monitors plant utilities to maintain safe working conditions on shift. Participates in housekeeping activities as required. Performs all tasks in accordance with SDC and Xerox Safe Job Procedures.
Weekly rotation between below schedules:
6am – 2:30pm
2pm – 10:30pm
10pm – 6:30am
POSITION DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:
Plant maintenance: Operate plant utilities as required to supply for production processes. Operate all building utilities including: heating, refrigeration, HVAC, compressed air, nitrogen, vacuum, fire protection, electrical and material handling equipment, to enable plant production activities and ensure the safety and security of plant personnel, the building and premises.
Preventative: Monitor/control building system operating conditions to maintain utility/service at required specification. Execute preventive and emergency maintenance procedures.
Use appropriate material handling equipment (forklift, pallet truck or other devices) to transport materials and equipment to required staging/storage areas.
Respond to plant emergencies (e.g. major equipment failure, chemical spill, fire, etc) as directed by Shift Supervisor.
Perform equipment changeover (cleaning) and testing. Participate in all aspects of plant housekeeping. Ensure that all maintenance operations comply with plant safety guidelines.
Maintain records: Maintain utility, equipment logs and facility data. Maintenance activities log. Defect reporting. Operate spare parts inventory.
Support personnel on shift performing their tasks: Work with Operations or Engineering on shift to resolve equipment issues. Relieve or fill-in for other shift maintenance or operating personnel in the plant as required. Train personnel. Cross-train existing shift personnel and train new hires. Apply lock-out/tag-out procedures and work permits. Identify safety concerns and communicate them immediately to Shift Supervisor and to anyone immediately affected by any identified hazard. Complete required training by date required. Participate in trials, special tests, special maintenance jobs and other activities as required for plant improvement or process development.
Provincial License as an Industrial Electrician (442A) or Electrician - Construction and Maintenance (309A)
Able to interpret Process System P&IDs
Demonstrated understanding of process control principles and their application to building utilities and plant equipment
Ability to use PLCs to interrogate, control and troubleshoot facility processes and diagnose equipment issues
Knowledge of mechanical and physical processes
Demonstrated ability to identify and repair both mechanical and electrical equipment defects (within discipline)
Trained and able to use chemical protective equipment
Able to work at heights and in confined/enclosed spaces
Individual should be flexible, and able to function in an unstructured environment
Good interpersonal skills and proven ability to relate well in a people-oriented environment
Computer literacy - knowledgeable/competent in MS applications (Word, Outlook, Access, Excel)