Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technical Trainer

Full Time
  • Full Time
  • Canada

North American Construction Group

We are seeking a Heavy Equipment Maintenance Trainer to support our Training team by providing technical training, mentoring and guidance to HETs, HET Apprentices and other heavy equipment maintenance support roles. This is a great opportunity for a customer service driven individual who enjoys working with a high performing and innovative team while making an impact. Site: Based out of Ruth Lake but will provide regional support Schedule: 14×7 – 12 hour days Living Out Allowance: Provided This position is a minimum of 65-70% field based and 35-30% office based. Here at NACG we want to be a part of the next step in your employment journey and push your future forward.

Our people are what make North American Construction Group an industry leader, its our people that keep the largest fleet of equipment in Western Canada running and it’s our people that keep our job sites safe. What’s In It for You?. Health and Safety is our 1 priority, and we live it 3-6-5 Market aligned salary & bonus program Comprehensive health benefits coverage and employer paid premiums GRRSP matching program Paid vacation and personal time Tuition reimbursement program and career growth and development Social culture and employee events See for yourself from our Senior Business Analyst, Curtis: “There are a lot of things I like about working for NACG, like the opportunity that they open for you for career advancement, great team, awesome leadership, best benefit package for me and my family, flexible time if you need some adjustments in your work schedule and of course the compensation I would say that, I can see myself retiring at NACG” What You’ll Be Doing Develop, facilitate and deliver technical training courses on equipment maintenance. Technical training courses can include but are not limited to: preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, electronic service tools, brake systems, hydraulics, electrical schematics, tier 4 engines, Caterpillar SIS, MyKomatsu.

Mentor, train and evaluate HET Apprentices, HETs, Service Technicians, Tire Technicians, Bench Hands and Labourer Steamers. Develop and deliver task training on safety critical tasks, such as removing belly pans or any other safety critical task. Participate in Standard Operating Procedure review and development. Develop training campaigns and other materials related to the enhancement of safety and technical skills related to equipment maintenance.

Inspect and observe maintenance work areas, identify opportunities for improvement. Liaise with site management to identify technical or critical skill training gaps. Develop training plans to address gaps. Participate in safety, equipment and specialty equipment training such as overhead crane & rigging, bucket truck, forklift, skid steer, etc. as required.

This responsibility will be to a lower extent of the work duties. Use a Learning Management System to track and record training records, coordinate classroom training as well as run training reports and monitor for training compliance. What Makes You the ONE Experience: 10 years of experience as a heavy equipment technician in the construction and mining industry with working knowledge of small component rebuild to repairing and servicing hydraulic shovels. Experience working on heavy equipment from different manufacturers (Cat, Komatsu, John Deere, Hitachi, etc.).

A combination of 5 years of supervisory or management experience and experience as a technical trainer, in delivering training or educational programs to adults, or mentoring and training apprentices. 2 years of experience using operational application software (e.g. enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, service or maintenance systems or programs and experience in Caterpillar, Volvo and Komatsu parts and service information systems. HET Off Road Red Seal Interprovincial Designation is required; multiple trade certifications are an asset. 2 years of experience and demonstrated knowledge of training program and processes. Specialized courses in engines, hydraulics and electrical systems. Train the trainer certificates in overhead crane and rigging, picker truck, bucket truck, forklift, TIA, hydraulic hose press, EWP and fall protection are an asset.

Post-secondary education in Business or a related field is an asset. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office application software including PowerPoint and Excel. Skills and Abilities: Strong organizational and communication skills, specifically written, verbal and public-speaking skills. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office application software including PowerPoint and Excel.

Strong interpersonal skills with a strong customer service attitude and training experience within a customer service environment. Strong and collaborative ability to use information available to make decisions and act decisively including the ability to exercise independent judgement. Proven ability to remain objective and calm under pressure. Proven ability to conduct research and find information.

Ability to inspire trust teamwork and high performance. Skilled in listening, coaching, and developing teams. Knowledge of motivational principles and methods and how to provide timely and constructive feedback. If you are chosen to move forward in our hiring process for a site-based role, you will be asked to provide the following: Have a valid Class 5 Driver’s License and ability to provide a recent Driver’s Abstract Valid CSO Be subject to Random Testing at: Suncor, Suncor Fort Hills and Kearl sites Undergo and successfully pass the following pre-employment testing: Breath Alcohol Test Urine Drug Test Fitness-to-Work Health Assessment Audiometric Testing Vision Screening We know you see tons of job postings every week so thanks for making it this far.

If you feel like you would be a great fit for a fast-paced construction and mining company where you will be rewarded on a daily basis, please apply – we promise it’s worth it. NACG in a Nutshell North American Construction Group (NACG) has served as an industry leader in the heavy construction and mining industries for over 65 years. In that time, we’ve proven ourselves as a safe and reliable contractor who can complete projects of any size and scope. We’ve also taken a number of bold steps forward to broaden our footprint, expanding to mines outside our provincial borders, and providing third-party maintenance services to clients and customers.

In addition to providing employees with rewarding careers, North American has a whole lot more to offer: Significant Growth –As a company, NACG is rapidly expanding, and has practically doubled in size over the past year alone. Long Term Contracts – With over $1 billion dollars in contracted work booked through 2023, NACG can provide long term employment solutions and numerous opportunities for advancement. Commitment To Safety – With a top tier record for safety performance, NACG is dedicated to ensuring that everyone gets home safe, and constantly strives for a goal zero performance. Market Aligned Compensation – NACG provides compensation packages that are aligned with current market information for all employees.

Attractive Benefits Package – With a substantial benefits package provided to all employees, NACG ensures that you are covered for life’s many surprises. GRRSP Matching – As you begin your new career, you can also start planning for the future thanks to NACG’s GRRSP matching. Safety focused – An exceptional leader in committing to a safe work environment by promoting personal safety amongst employees and continually improving our HSE systems. Everybody gets home safe North American Construction Group is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive work environment where every employee feels safe, valued, and respected.

We recognize the talent, perspective, and creative influence that diverse groups of people generate, and we encourage all people to express interest with us especially those from marginalized and underrepresented groups who might hesitate before applying. If you require accommodation in submitting interest on a role or throughout our interview process, please email us at careersnacg.ca to ask for assistance. North American Construction Group acknowledges that we perform work on the Traditional Treaty 6 and 8 Territories, home to the Cree, Dene, Blackfoot, Saulteaux and Nakota Sioux, and the Metis. We encourage members of those and all traditional lands to apply with us.

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