Electrician

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Position covered by the Collective Agreement with the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Local 1334

Electrician

Electrical Maintenance, Physical Resources

2 Positions

Hiring #: 2021-0225

Please read the Application Instructions before applying

Under the direction of the Manager, Electrical Shop, Maintenance and Energy Services, the Electrician is responsible for the maintenance and alterations of electrical distribution, fire alarm and motor control systems working from work orders, drawings, sketches and/or oral instructions. The incumbent will carry out preventive maintenance, repairs and alterations while safely working in accordance with the University policies and procedures, regulations, and the Occupational Health and Safety Act. The incumbent will be expected to conduct himself/herself in a polite, tactful, diplomatic and respectful manner at all times and remain current in their trade. The incumbent will be expected to participate in the shop call-in list as well as take training provided or arranged by the employer. A candidate from off-campus will be expected to provide an acceptable criminal records check at their own expense as a condition of employment if selected as the successful candidate.

Requirements of the position include: Licensed Electrician (309A or 442A required) eligible to work in the province of Ontario, and Fire Alarm Certified, together with a minimum of three years working in the trade. The successful candidate must have an excellent work ethic and be well organized and must also: be physically able to work in strenuous environments (e.g. heights, restricted spaces, outdoors); communicate well; have strong interpersonal skills; be effective working both individually and as a member of a team; and be committed to safe work practices.

Position Number 814-004, 814-017
Classification CUPE Band 7
0-3 month rate $32.12 per hour
Job Rate $33.81 per hour
Vacancy Original
Work Location Based in the Electrical Maintenance Shop and working at potentially any location on the University’s Guelph campus

At the University of Guelph, fostering a culture of inclusion is an institutional imperative. The University invites and encourages applications from all qualified individuals, including from groups that are traditionally underrepresented in employment, who may contribute to further diversification of our Institution.

Posting Date: 2021 05 31
Closing Date: 2021 06 28