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City of Ottawa: Industrial Millwright/Operator

City of Ottawa

This is a Full-time position in Ottawa, ON posted February 28, 2021.

Competition Number: 2021-EX-EN-53128233-01Competition posting date: 2021-02-19Competition closing date: 2021-03-04Public Works & Environmental Services Department., Water Services, Water ProductionUp to 3 Full-time Continuous Positions / Up to 3 Full Time Temporary Positions(Up to 2 Years) 40hours/weekAffiliation: CUPE 503 Inside/OutsideSalary: $75,075.52 to $87,842.56 annually ( 2019 rates of pay)Location: ; Lemieux Island, Britannia, ROPEC You may initially be paid 95% of your starting rate of pay, in accordance with the collective agreement.Job SummaryResponsible for planned, unplanned and emergency inspection, testing, installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and/or repair of process mechanical systems and equipment1 within Water Services’ water treatment, supply and storage facilities (including the Water Purification Plants, pumping stations, reservoirs, elevated tanks, metering facilities and well treatment systems) or wastewater treatment and collection facilities (including Wastewater treatment plant, remote pumping stations, odour control facilities, regulators, lagoons, valve chambers, storage tanks).These duties are carried out by the incumbent in an industrial, production, regulated and quality focused environment and, as such, must be completed in consideration of and in close coordination with other engineering, skilled trade and maintenance staff in the Branch.As a licensed water treatment, wastewater treatment and/or wastewater collection system operator, the incumbent is also responsible for operating various pieces of process equipment (in Drinking Water this spans water treatment, distribution and supply process equipment and in Wastewater this spans wastewater treatment and collection process equipment) and/or adjusting various water or wastewater treatment system process parameters, after prior consultation with and in close coordination with other licensed operating staff in the Branch.1These systems and equipment include, but are not limited to: process chemical feed, metering, piping and storage systems (e.G.

sulphuric acid, sodium hypochlorite, aluminium sulphate, sodium silicate, sodium bisulphite, sodium hydroxide, potassium permanganate, hydrofluorosilicic acid, aqueous ammonia, etc.), raw water, treated drinking water, effluent water and sanitary sewage screening, processing, metering, piping, pumping and valve systems (fractional horsepower to several thousand horsepower, 6mm to 2450m dia or 4500mm x 3600mm), sludge collection, transfer and mixing systems, pressure and flow control valves, crane, rigging and hoisting systems (up to 5 tons), pumps, blowers, motors, engines, compressors, vacuum systems, gear boxes, clutches, turbines and centrifuges (fractional horsepower to several thousand horsepower), The equipment may or may not be drained, evacuated or energized, during the work, and is located in a variety of locations including chemical feed and storage areas, electrical equipment rooms, machine rooms, generator rooms, pump rooms, valve rooms and chambers, confined spaces, elevated tanks, above and below grade chambers, tanks and reservoirs, outdoor power substations, office areas, etc.Education & ExperienceCompletion of Grade 12 and an accredited 8000 hour college-based apprenticeship program as an Industrial Millwright.Minimum of five (5) years of experience as a licensed Industrial Millwright in a combination of both process-dependant industries and construction services including demonstrated experience in the maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of industrial and process mechanical equipment and the installation, construction and commissioning of process mechanical and chemical feed systems.Experience and formal training combined with demonstrated performance and ability may substitute for stipulated academic requirements.Language, Certificates & LicensesPossession of a valid Ontario Class G Drivers Licence, with no more than 6 demerit points accumulatedPossession of a valid Provincial Journeyman Industrial Millwright CertificateMust possess Confined Space Entry training or be able to obtain and pass such training within the first three (3) months of hireOWWA Cross Connection Certificate and Transportation of Dangerous Goods Certificate, or must be able to obtain these certifications within a timeframe defined by the EmployerPositions In The Drinking Water Services BranchMust obtain the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) Operator-in-Training (OIT) Drinking Water Treatment Certificate within the first 6 months of start date and must write and pass the MOECC Class 1 Drinking Water Treatment Certificate within 18 months of start date.

After obtaining sufficient operating experience, the incumbent must then obtain and maintain the MOECC Class 1 Drinking Water Treatment Certificate in accordance with MOECC requirements.Positions in the Wastewater Treatment Unit of the Wastewater Services Branch:Must obtain the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) Operator-in-Training (OIT) Wastewater Treatment Certificate within the first 6 months of start date and must write and pass the MOECC Class 1 Wastewater Treatment Certificate within 18 months of start date.

After obtaining sufficient operating experience, the incumbent must then obtain and maintain the MOECC Class 1 Wastewater Treatment Certificate in accordance with MOECC requirements.Must also obtain a 0-8 ton Mobile Crane Operator’s Certificate within a timeline specified by the employer.Positions in the Wastewater Collection Unit of the Wastewater Services Branch:Must obtain the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) Operator-in-Training (OIT) Wastewater Collection Certificate within the first 6 months of start date and must write and pass the MOECC Class 1 Wastewater Collection Certificate within 18 months of start date.

After obtaining sufficient operating experience, the incumbent must then obtain and maintain the MOECC Class 1 Wastewater Collection Certificate in accordance with MOECC requirements.Must also obtain a DZ licence, ARZ licence and 0-8 ton Mobile Crane Operator’s Certificate within a timeframe specified by the EmployerThe successful candidate will be required to complete a Criminal Record Check with the Police Services detachment in their jurisdiction to the City of Ottawa’s satisfaction.

Police record checks completed by a third-party company will not be accepted.English oral, reading, writingKnowledgeCanadian Building CodeOntario Plumbing CodeRelevant Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) acts, regulations, standards and guidelinesRelevant Ontario Ministry of the Labour (MOL) acts, regulations, standards and guidelinesBranch, Departmental, Unit and Section roles and responsibilitiesRelevant City, Branch, Departmental, Unit and Section procedures, policies, manuals and processesCity Purchasing Bylaw and policies as related to authorized purchases and responsibilitiesCVOR Vehicle Requirements, as identified by the ProvinceMetal pipe, tube and plate heating, forming, cutting, welding, soldering, brazing and jointing tools, methods and techniquesNo-metal pipe and tube bending, forming, cutting, fusing, bonding and jointing tools, methods and techniquesInstallation, inspection, testing, maintenance and repair methods and procedures for small to large (fractional to several thousand horsepower) process mechanical equipment including engines, pumps, motors, compressors, gearboxes, turbines, centrifuges, etc.Installation, inspection, testing, maintenance and repair methods and procedures for small to large (6mm to 2450m diameter and 4500mm x 3600mm) process piping, jointing and valve systems, etc.Precision measurement, vibration and alignment techniques and equipmentMath concepts applicable to the tradeWorking knowledge of electrical, electronic and instrumentation equipment, materials and maintenance proceduresComputer system applications pertinent to water and wastewater treatment and collection facilities including SCADA Systems and Maintenance Management SystemsMS Office and OutlookKnowledge of applicable health and safety legislation, including the rights and duties of workersKnowledge of TSSA rules & regulationsCompetencies & SkillsWork effectively, with others and independentlyCommunicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing, including completing technical, test and other reports or formsPerform trade related preventive and corrective maintenance proceduresAble to operate small and large equipment (e.G.

Person Lifts, Zoom Boom, Manitou, Forklift etc.Analyze, identify, prioritize and solve problems quickly and effectivelyUse a wide range of hand tools, heating, cutting and welding tools, machine shop tools, measurement tools and testing equipmentMake precise and accurate measurements layoutsAccurately read, interpret and mark-up technical drawingsClearly sketch mechanical schematics and installationsUnderstand and effectively utilize new information for problem-solving and decision-makingGood organizational skillsReadily establish effective interpersonal relationshipsUtilize appropriate or specialized PPE and safety equipment such as SCBA, rescue equipment, personal gas monitors and fall protectionAbility to successfully complete all required on-the-job trainingIf this opportunity matches your interest and profile please apply online by using the ” Apply” button.

If this is your first online application please refer to our resources on how to apply for jobs online : https://ottawa.Ca/en/jobs-city/applying-jobs#how-apply-jobs-online-city-ottawaWe thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected to continue in the selection process will be contacted.The City of Ottawa promotes the principles of diversity and inclusion and adheres to the tenets of the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Ontario Human Rights Code.

We encourage applications from women, Aboriginal peoples and persons of all races, ethnic origins, religions, abilities, sexual orientations, and gender identities and expressions.

The City of Ottawa provides accommodation during all parts of the hiring process, upon request, to applicants with disabilities.

If contacted to proceed to the selection process, please advise us if you require any accommodation.Accessible formats and communication supports are available upon request.

Please contact the HR Service Centre (email: hrservicecentre@ottawa.ca) at 613-580-2424, extension 47411