As part of Maple Leaf Foods manufacturing team, the 3rd Class Engineer will be a contributor to the efficient operation of the McLeod Facility. The incumbent will operate the engineering systems in a safe and efficient manner and in compliance with applicable Acts, Codes, Regulations and Standards; engineering systems includes water (potable, sanitary, storm, etc.), compressed air, steam and ammonia (NH3) refrigeration, boilers and compressors.
As part of commissioning, the incumbent will support the development of SOP's for the start-up of equipment and complete documents to ensure assigned asset numbers as installed, review manuals and generate PM programs for installed equipment.
Maintain, monitor, test and log all steam generating requirements by operation code and establish operating parameters of equipment with set points.
Completes routine plant inspections of the ammonia-refrigeration, boilers and compressors and ensures that all systems are operating in a safe and expected manner.
Interface with necessary contractual and inspection departments for corrective or legal requirements.
Carry out work requests and apply corrective measures in a timely manner utilizing computerized maintenance system (including SAP).
Follow all Health & Safety, Food Safety, HACCP, WHMIS and MSDS policies or procedures.
Participate in machinery rebuilds, installations and repairs.
Shall demonstrate full commitment to the implementation of the requirements of the Global Standard for Food Safety and to processes which facilitate continual improvement of food safety and quality management.
Valid certificate of qualification as a 3rd Class Operating (Stationary) Engineer. Will consider candidates that have valid 4th class certification and are willing to obtain their 3rd Class.
Experience in ammonia systems.
Working knowledge of computer software and computerized maintenance systems such as SAP.
12-hour shifts - Rotating schedule that includes, days, nights, and weekends.
Email resumes to; McleodApplications@mapleleaf.com