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Under general supervision, performs systematic inspections, overhauls of component parts, performs preventive maintenance routines and other related duties on light or heavy vehicle to determine the cause of failure, analyses and recommends the course of repair required, verifies the adequacy of completed repair work and certifies vehicles as road worthy. Verifies work done by contractors and certifies that repairs that have been performed are safe, road worthy, reliable and within specifications recommended by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), provincial legislation or Canada Post requirements.
- Performs in shop or on road repairs on light or heavy vehicles as directed by the maintenance Supervisor/Mechanic Lead Hand within original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and/or Canada Post specifications.
- Maintains hand tools and shop equipment to a safe and reliable standard.
- Replaces or overhauls defective parts with new components using mechanic hand tools, power tools and related automotive shop equipment.
- Escalates any problems by completing the appropriate reports.
- Adheres to all Health and Safety and Environment policies and procedures by keeping the work area clean and free of hazards in support of a safe and healthy work place.
- Provides input and support as required to front line operations on operating requirements, vehicles and driver habits.
- Inspects light or heavy vehicles within Canada Post fleet and completes the necessary documentation accordingly within Canada Post and Government frequency of inspections (Municipal, Provincial, and Federal).
- Conducts other maintenance facility activities such as: parts ordering, receiving, stocking and shipping; taking calls and noting actions required.
- Moves light or heavy vehicles and performs other related duties as required.
- Performs maintenance and repairs on light or heavy vehicles (as per certification).
- Completes quality control inspections by examining and testing repaired vehicles (light or heavy) to ensure repairs have been satisfactorily completed, according to Provincial and Canada Post specifications and certifying road worthiness before releasing back to Operations.
- Must be currently in the trade.
- Appropriate license to operate heavy vehicles, if required in the province of employment.
- Graduate of technical/apprenticeship program for Automotive Service Technician (light vehicles under 4,500kg) OR Truck and Coach
- Technician (heavy equipment / vehicles over 4,500kg) accrediting qualification in one of these classes of vehicles.
- Demonstrated ability to work in a physically demanding environment.
- Valid provincial driver license, with driver abstract which meets current corporate requirements.
- Secondary school diploma or equivalent (as per provincial requirements).
- Must hold appropriate valid certification for the maintenance and repair of light OR heavy vehicles recognized in the province of employment.
Company: Canada Post
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Montreal, QC, CA
Application Deadline: N/A