Kipnik Inc. is an Inuvialuit owned company that provides customized maintenance and operations, support services, airport services, and wildlife security solutions throughout the Canadian Arctic. Kipnik has a strong track record of providing staff for projects throughout the north and is committed to operating with the mandate of developing long term socio-economic benefits for Indigenous Peoples, businesses and communities. From remote wildlife monitoring to trades and general labour, Kipnik provides high quality service and flexibility in the harshest and most remote locations. Committed to ensuring their clients' safety and needs, they provide their expertise in each unique circumstance to deliver skilled service solutions
Providing preventive and corrective maintenance on systems as: furnace, boilers, HVAC, fire systems (suppression and detection), power generation, electrical distribution, water and sewage systems, building shell construction and roads and grounds.
Essential job functions
Perform maintenance on bulk fuel systems including dipping tanks, pipeline inspection, pumps, valves and filters; hydronic heating systems including exchangers, waste heat recovery boilers, pumps, piping and unit heaters; water and sewage systems including pumps, valves, piping and fixtures; handling system and environmental control units such as fans, pulleys, belts, louvers (no requirement to work on the halocarbon part of the refrigeration systems); building and structures such as doors, floors, stairs, etc.
Document and maintain facilities files as related to the work management system, work plans, field/incident reports, data analysis, etc.
Provide assistance to apprentices and other trades as required
Respond to emergency situations (unexpected failures);
Keep work spaces and general areas clean, orderly and hazard free; wear personal protective equipment
Prepare personal timesheets
Minimum Qualifications & Training
Highschool diploma or equivalent
OBM Certification or Class 5 Operating Engineers Certificate
3 minimum years' of related experience (diagnostic and repairs), minimum, in a commercial or industrial setting
Ability to interpret drawings, diagrams and specifications on a variety of mechanical equipment, including manufacturer's manuals and parts books
Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook
Standard First Aid trained with CPR Level A and hold a valid certificate
Must already hold a Reliability Clearance or be eligible to obtain one. Approval of security clearance by the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate is a condition of employment
Hold a valid class ‘G' driver's license, or provincial/territorial equivalent
Customer service and detail oriented
Excellent written and verbal skills (English)
To apply, submit a cover letter and resume outlining how you meet the qualifications stated above. All applications will be accepted on an equal basis. However, failure to submit a cover letter and resume may result in the automatic rejection of your application. We thank all applicants, but only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER