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  • Job ID: 25867

  • Job Category: Engineering & Technical

  • Division & Section: Toronto Water, TW Water Infrastructure Management

  • Work Location: 60 Tiffield Rd, Toronto, M1V 5L5

  • Job Type & Duration: Full-time, 2 Permanent, 1 Temporary (12 month) vacancies

  • Hourly Rate: $39.92 -  $43.71 

  • Shift Information: Monday to Friday, 40 hours per week

  • Affiliation: L79 Full-time

  • Number of Positions Open: 3

  • Posting Period: 21-Sep-2022 to 21-Oct-2022


Major Responsibilities:

  • Plan, schedule and coordinate all maintenance activities (both planned and corrective work).
  • Configure, maintain, and monitor CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) or WMS (Work Management Systems) data and applications including Hansen and Avantis.
  • Maintain and update the equipment inventory including asset characterizing information such as model, serial number, equipment type, etc
  • Perform purchasing duties, as required, with a full understanding of purchasing policies.
  • Stage materials, as required.
  • Evaluate maintenance work feedback to improve future work orders.
  • Prioritize work requests and work orders.
  • Develop work plans for maintenance (Preventive, Predictive and Corrective work) with necessary information to allow efficient scheduling, assigning and execution of maintenance work.
  • Develop detailed work instructions as required to support all health and safety requirements by participating in job-hazard analysis
  • Request and receive the appropriate level of technical input to effectively plan all work.
  • .Assemble work packages to the level of detail required to execute the work.
  • Calculate work backlog based on open work with priorities and forecasted available labour hours and materials for future work that is planned prior to actual work completion.
  • Develop and Maintain Bill of Materials.
  • Prepare training course materials and conduct training and demonstrations for users of CMMS / WMS concepts
  • Provide training and work coordination to staff.
  • Administer, prepare, review and coordinate requirements, contracts, agreements, reports and documents.
  • Conduct field inspections and assessments, and evaluate the condition of facilities and assets including root cause analysis.
  • Assist with budget preparation and tracking of expenditures.
  • Assist engineers and other management staff in carrying out technical work including performing research, tests, calculations, and technical analysis, and preparing reports and specifications.
  • Conduct quality assurance data integrity checks, and produce reports based on findings.
  • Prepare, read and interpret technical drawings
  • Support and lead initiatives related to maintenance process improvements and equipment reliability
  • Lead and participate in coordination meetings between operations and maintenance groups, and take meeting minutes.
  • Configure, operate and maintain a variety of mechanical, digital, wireless, computerized and other equipment and systems, and provide training to staff in maintenance activities, etc.


  Key Qualifications:

 Your application must describe your qualifications as they relate to:

  1. Experience in the industrial maintenance field including experience related to reliability in a complex process facility.
  2. Combination of education and practical experience related to Planning and Scheduling including:
    a. Graduation from a Mechanical or Electrical Technologist Program, or
    b. Maintenance Management Professional (MMP) or Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) Certification, or
    c. A Millwright or Electrician Trade.
  3. Experience with maintenance principles, practices, concepts and options including all areas within maintenance planning, scheduling, coordination and optimization.
  4. Experience in utilizing CMMS / WMS (Computerized Maintenance Management Systems / Work Management Systems) in a complex process environment.
  5. Experience in utilizing MS Office (working knowledge of Excel required.)
  6. Possession of, and ability to maintain, a valid Province of Ontario Class G driver’s licence, ability to qualify for the City’s equipment operating permits and requirements, and, as required, have daily access to a personal vehicle.


 You must also have:

  • Advanced knowledge of the collection, evaluation and analysis of field data related to maintenance management, facility processes and infrastructure.
  • Knowledge of government legislation in the area of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and its regulations.
  • Knowledge of manual and computerized mathematical calculations used in engineering analysis.
  • Ability to collaborate and effectively contribute to a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Ability to understand maintenance administration processes related to inventory control, procurement and other purchasing procedures including tendering and administration of requests, etc.
  • Knowledge of, and ability to utilize, Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) including the set-up of user definable software for end-user use in the areas of maintenance, procurement and inventory control.
  • Excellent analytical skills with the ability to recommend solutions.
  • Ability to read and interpret technical drawings and plans.
  • Ability to provide work coordination to other staff.
  • Ability to plan, prioritize, organize and carry out work with minimal supervision.
  • Advanced problem-solving and project coordination skills and the ability to exercise independent judgement in dealing with technical matters.


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