Reporting to the Coordinator of the Transportation Department and working closely with the Assistant Director, the electrician's responsibilities include:
- Carry out maintenance on all electrical wiring systems and devices, including airport-related facilities.
- Troubleshoot and repair electrical wiring systems and devices.
- Refurbish existing facilities or extend their operational lifespan by installing new electrical devices.
- Verify malfunctioning equipment with testing devices, including ammeters and voltmeters.
- Inspect electrical equipment including motors, generators and circuit breakers for faults, as well as locate breakdowns and identify causes.
- Install power and control cables.
- Analyse, locate and resolve breakdowns with programmable controllers.
- Repair and replace electrical, mechanical, air-powered and hydraulic parts.
- Update existing drawings.
- Participate in the start-up and implementation of electrical and mechanical projects.
- Participate in the preparation and implementation of the preventive maintenance program and keep appropriate records.
- Inform his/her coordinator of all faults and equipment breakdowns, and make recommendations.
- Comply with safety rules.
- Plan work flow and comply with deadlines.
- Perform general building maintenance and repairs.
- Perform any other duty or other related task requested by his/her supervisor.
- Advise Transportation Department staff on various subjects related to electricity.
- Take operational decisions in emergency situations.
- Thorough knowledge of electricity and electronics theories, principles and practices as applied in industrial and commercial settings.
- Knowledge of maintenance practices and usage of test equipment such as oscilloscopes, cable fault locators, voltmeters and ammeters.
- Knowledge of alternating and direct current (AC and DC).
- Knowledge of theories and principles of electrical production of emergency power by diesel generator.
- Knowledge of electrical safety principles.
The selected candidate must:
- Possess a pertinent vocational or college studies diploma. Sound work experience will also be taken into account.
- Have a valid electrician's license (class C) and a valid Québec driver's license (class 5).
- Be able to communicate orally and in writing in at least two of the following languages: English, French or Inuktitut. (A working knowledge of Inuktitut is preferred.)
- Be prepared to travel throughout Nunavik.
- Work experience north of the 55th parallel is a definite asset.
Place of work:
Kuujjuaq (and the other 13 northern villages)
Minimum $35 808 /year; maximum $60 899 /year (Class 8)
Cost of living differential: Minimum of $8 012/year
Food allowance: Minimum of $2 035/year
Annual leave trips: Minimum of 3
RRSP: 6% employer, 4% employee
Vacation: 20 days
Statutory Holidays: 19 days including 10 during Christmas holidays
Please send your resume to:
Kativik Regional Government,
P.O. Box 9
Kuujjuaq, Québec JOM 1CO
Fax: (819) 964-2975
* An employee is entitled to receive at least the Northern benefits allocated to an employee without dependants. An employee with dependants is entitled to benefits for her/his spouse and eligible dependants.
The KRG is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with this and with the James Bay and Northern Québec Agreement, conditions may vary to promote the employment of Inuit candidates.
Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.