Temporary Journey Person Plumber
As a Journey Person Plumber, you will be required to maintain and repair transport lines handling potable water, effluent, propane and mill tailings. You would also be required to perform day-to-day maintenance and repairs to a remote camp setting.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY & DUTIES
- Read blueprints, drawings and specifications to determine layout of plumbing system, water supply network and waste and drainage system.
- Install new piping, plumbing and heating units (propane and oil burning units).
- Perform maintenance and repairs to existing setup as needed/directed.
- Perform routine inspections to equipment and troubleshoot deficiencies.
- Install, repair and maintain domestic and industrial plumbing fixtures and systems.
- Maintain potable water supply system for camp.
- Perform regular maintenance of septic tank and septic field systems.
- Practice and promote SGO's environmental, health, and safety and operational policies and procedures.
- Maintain a clean work area.
- Promote teamwork and cross-cultural relations and understanding.
- Maintain a log of daily activities and system logs as required.
- Perform repairs to mill tailings and reclaim water systems as well as pumping stations in relation to tailings ponds.
Note: Management reserves the right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities at any time.
- Hold a valid Journeypersons Plumbing certification.
- Hold a commercial gas fitters license
- 5 years of plumbing and/or pipefitting experience.
- Potable water treatment training and certification an asset.
- Previous related experience working in remote, fly in camp settings would be an asset.
- In addition, the successful candidate must demonstrate good communication skills. A positive and proactive attitude towards safety is essential.
- Experience in installation and maintenance of oil burning unit heaters and boiler systems would be an asset
- Experience working with liquid propane tank farms would be an asset.
- Experience working with mine air heating systems would be an asset.
Laonil Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada