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Electronics Technician - Apprentice

Electronics Technician - Apprentice

locationGrande Prairie, AB, Canada
PublishedPublished: Published 3 months ago
ExpiresExpires: Expiring in 1 month

The Electronics Technician - Apprentice will be a member of the Maintenance department responsible for addressing electrical issues and performing preventative maintenance on all components of Calfrac equipment. Reporting to the Senior Maintenance Manager, the Electronics Technician - Apprentice will focus on the repair and maintenance of all Calfrac equipment to company standards.


Calfrac, we believe in being an integral part of the communities where we operate and we support a variety of giving activities throughout the year. Our support falls under two main areas: volunteering or donation. Whenever possible, the initiatives and organizations we undertake to promote and support fall into the following categories: Environment, Education, Indigenous, Social Services, Arts & Culture and Community Sport.


  • Work safely in accordance with all company safety policies, procedures, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements
  • Repair and maintain all Calfrac electrical equipment and components
  • Maintain all recording and control software
  • Complete updates and modification requests
  • Perform preventive maintenance on a regular basis
  • Assist in scheduling and costs for repairs
  • Develop a base understanding of fracturing, coiled tubing and cementing operations


  • Flexible to work a variety of shifts (shift work, day shift, night shift)
  • Follow and enforce safe work procedures, codes, and regulations
  • Energetic self-starter, able to work in a dynamic environment
  • Able to handle multiple tasks by prioritizing and maintaining a high attention to detail
  • Excellent verbal and written English communication skills
  • Work and inspire others to work at high performance levels
  • Work under physically demanding circumstances
  • Able to write reports and work closely with maintenance administration personnel
  • Able to operate process control equipment
  • Must be mechanically inclined
  • This position is considered to be a Safety Sensitive Position and may require additional screening
  • This position has bona fide physical requirements and may require additional screening


  • Local: Eight (8) days on, Six (6) days off 
  • Rotational: Fourteen (14) days on, Fourteen (14) days off 


  • Enrolled in, or working towards, an accredited one or two year technical school program or Journeyman Instrumentation Certification.
  • Good understanding and experience with basic hydraulic systems
  • Experience with electric over hydraulic / air and PLC is considered an asset
  • High School Diploma/GED preferred
  • Technical training diploma or certificate in electronics recommended
  • Knowledge of electronic control systems, QA-QC, and troubleshooting
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