Electrical Generating Systems Technicians

  • Full Time
  • Sherbrooke
  • Applications have closed

Canadian Forces Recruiting Centre

JOB DESCRIPTION: By applying for this job offer, you are applying for a MILITARY JOB. Electrical generating systems technicians provide electric power generation services to operational units. Their duties consist of installing, operating, maintaining and repairing mobile generator units and associated control devices. This trade is also available in the Reserve Force (part time). Before applying, it is strongly recommended to look at the online descriptive information as well as the video for your selected trade: http://forcesemplois.com/303e TASKS:  Install, operate, maintain and repair mobile electrical generators and associated control equipment Install, operate, maintain and repair power plant electrical generators and associated control equipment Install, operate and maintain engine prime movers associated with equipment driven by Construction Engineers Install, operate, maintain and repair Static Uninterruptable Power Systems and Rotary Uninterruptable Power Systems Overhaul electrical generation systems and equipment Produce design and specifications Produce mechanical and electrical drawings Perform brazing/welding and machining work  CONDITIONS: In the Regular Force, your work location is not guaranteed since you may be asked to work anywhere in Canada. Military personnel can be asked to work on atypical schedules. However, if you only want to work in your area, the Reserve Force may be an alternative. Consult this table to find out which Reserve Force units are hiring in your area: http://forcesemplois.com/reservetrades Apply now to join the Reserve Force: http://forcesemplois.com/jboreserve Salary increases according to the rank and experience of the member according to the rates of pay applicable on April 1, 2017. To know more about the rates of pay: http://forcesemplois.com/pay RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS: Power Plant Operator  Industrial Mechanic  Industrial Electrical Technician  Certified Engineering Technician (Mechanical/Electrical)  Electrician  Power Line Assembler  BENEFITS: Accidental death insurance Company supplied uniform Competitive salary Dental insurance Disability insurance Floating leave days Medical and paramedical expenses coverage On-going training Paid leave Paid sick leave Pension plan Professional training and development program Regional disparity bonus Reimbursement of tuition fees Vacation