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Why work for Lafarge?
As the global leader in innovative and sustainable building materials, we’re committed to shaping a greener , smarter and healthier world.
At Lafarge Canada Inc., safety comes first, collaboration matters and diversity is celebrated with people who share our desire to continually make our materials better.
Do you have the drive, the skills, and the passion to join us?
Overview Lafarge Canada is looking for a 3rd Class Power Engineer to join our Winnipeg team.
Responsibilities As a Power Engineer
– 3rd Class, you will: Actively participate in Safety Program with positive attitude and behavior.
Perform FLRA’s without prompting from supervisors.
Perform assigned PM checks without prompting from supervisors.
Keep workplace safe and tidy without prompting from supervisors.
Adhere to established procedures in order to ensure safety and quality.
Clean up plant, yard, and equipment.
Perform other duties as required.
Operate and maintain low and high pressure steam systems; Operate and maintain environmental control equipment; Operate equipment to support various production units including turbines, pumps, compressors, turbo alternators, cooling towers, water treatment systems, gas systems, and HVAC equipment; Perform chemical analysis on process water and adjust systems to maintain operations, including the handling of reagents, chemicals, and chemical injection equipment; Operate and maintain gas testing equipment and participate in the issuance of Confined Space Entry Permits; Provide isolation, lockouts, clearances and safe work permits on Utility systems and process equipment; Assist in the development of energy control procedures and safe work practices; Assist with maintenance planning and repair of equipment Operate in accordance with all applicable procedures, policies, and regulation Qualifications Class 3 power engineer must have mechanical and analytical skills, as well as the ability to troubleshoot and resolve issues as they arise.
3rd Class Power Engineer Certificate (required).
Must have or must develop a mindset that Safety is always the first priority.
Must be able and willing to do shiftwork.
Must be able and willing to work overtime and weekends.
Must meet minimum standards of quality and productivity.
Must be in good physical condition for labour intensive work.
Must endeavor to minimize costs by producing a quality product properly the first time and by taking proper care of plant, equipment, and tools.
Must be consistently and reliably capable.
Must be results oriented.
Must accept accountability for performance.
Be able to work independently and as part of a team Possess strong communication and interpersonal skills.
Strong management and leadership ability an asset.
Increased automation of mechanical systems makes computer skills essential for this position, and stationary engineer must continually learn new skills to keep up with technical advances.
Must be able to work in noisy environments, stand for long periods of time, crawl, climb, and work with hazardous equipment.
Work under minimal supervision and/or direction As part of our dedicated focus on the health and safety of all employees, a pre-employment medical, including drug and alcohol testing and a criminal record check, may be required.
LafargeHolcim As we are reinventing the way the world builds, we need world-class talent to join our Lafarge Canada team: people who are passionate , driven by curiosity and keen to grow , learn, develop and thrive in our high-performance culture.
Whatever you do, you will make a difference here.
Because we know that your passion and curiosity are the natural resources the world needs.
Check out our YouTube channel to learn more about our operations and see all career opportunities at www.lafarge.ca/careers.
We thank you for your interest.
Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Lafarge is committed to the principles of employment equity and encourages the applications from women, visible minorities, and persons with disabilities.