Employment Opportunities

  
Heavy Equipment Mechanic

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
This is a hands on position that is responsible for maintaining all equipment and vehicles.
  •  Diagnose and complete repairs on all heavy equipment. 
  • Complete preventive maintenance on all equipment (oil changes, tune ups, replace filters, wheel balancing, etc.)
  • May also be required to assist with maintenance and repair of fleet trucks.
  • Maintain equipment and vehicle appearance by cleaning, washing and painting as required.
  • Performance and documentation of maintenance program in order to minimize unplanned downtime.
  • Ensure all work is completed in a safe manner.
  • Input daily shop data.
  • Assist Project Manager and Maintenance Manager when required.
  • Must be able to work overtime as required.
  • Must be willing and able to work at remote worksites when required.

QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS AND PREFERRED SKILLS
Heavy Equipment Journeyman ticket.  Experience in the mulching industry is a definite asset.   Valid Class V drivers license (minimum) with a clear abstract.  Must possess valid First Aid and H2S Alive certificates.  Must pass periodic drug screening tests.
Preferred Skills
Require excellent organizational skills.  Must be self-motivated, a team player, problem solver and safety oriented.
 
Qualified applicants please submit your resume and three references to wcmulch@telus.net or fax to 780-835-5074.

Heavy Equipment Operator                                                                                              
Western Canadian Mulching Ltd. is a specialized mulching contractor providing quality mulching services for pipeline, seismic, power line, lease, road and access clearing since 2005. We are looking for qualified, experienced mulcher equipment operators.
   
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • The equipment operator is responsible for safe and effective operation of mulcher equipment. The equipment operator must also clean, maintain and secure all equipment as directed by policies, procedures, rules & applicable legislation.
  • Operate equipment in a safe, efficient and respectful manner to the satisfaction of the client while minimizing the risk of injury or property damage.
  • Perform daily safety and maintenance checks and document accordingly.
  • Maintain equipment appearance by cleaning as scheduled and/or required.
  • Ensure equipment is safely and securely stored while not in operation.
  • Advise the Assigned Foreman or Project Manager of any maintenance or repair requirements.
  • Participate in routine maintenance.
  • Practice workplace safety. 
  • In the absence of an assigned foreman, the equipment operator will be required to submit daily production reports and tickets.
  • Must be competent in the operation of a GPS.
  • Must be willing and able to work at remote work sites.
  • Must be able to work long hours when required.
 
QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS AND PREFERRED SKILLS
Equipment operators must have a minimum of two years experience in the mulching industry. They must have a valid class 5 driver's license (minimum) and a clean driving record (demonstrated by a good driver's abstract.) Will train inexperienced operators that have a Heavy Equipment Operator Certificate. Operators must have valid certification in: Standard First Aid, WHMIS, TDG, H2S, CSTS & Ground Disturbance. Other certification may be required for specific projects.
​Operators must:
  • Be in excellent physical condition and have good vision and depth perception.
  • Have excellent hand, eye, foot coordination and fast reflexes.
  • Have mechanic ability.
  • Have the ability to work will in a team and alone.
  • Have good communication skills in English.
  • Be self motivated, a team player, problem solver and safety oriented.​
 
Qualified applicants please submit your resume and three references to wcmulch@telus.net or fax to 780-835-5074.