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Electronics Technician - Apprentice

Electronics Technician - Apprentice

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

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.

OUR CULTURE:

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.

SPECIFIC ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • 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


KEY ATTRIBUTES AND COMPETENCIES:

  • 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

SCHEDULE:

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


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • 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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