Emergency Service Maintainer – Bruce Power – 2021
Are you looking for a meaningful career that makes a difference in your community and beyond? At Bruce Power, we offer many exciting careers that provide you the opportunity to have the small-town lifestyle. As part of our team, you’ll work in a Safety First environment and play a vital role in safely delivering low cost, reliable and clean energy for Ontario and life-saving medical isotopes across the globe. Ongoing training and development are part of every job, ensuring constant growth and skill-building potential. Living on the shores of Lake Huron, you will be able to enjoy the outdoors and benefits of small town living.
To help achieve our business plans, Bruce Power currently has opportunities for Emergency Service Maintainers.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Perform emergency response to actual site incidents within the prescribed time limits when called upon
- Perform inspection on all ERT emergency related equipment and associated systems
- Conduct Fire Inspections, Transient Combustible Material Inspections, Hot Work Inspections and Rescue Planning for Confined Spaces
- Is accountable for maintaining emergency response capability and performing duties as described below using their best endeavors to achieve assigned tasks on time, within quality standards and resource constraints
- Must be physically capable of performing these duties consistent with the work requirements
- Shall maintain a level of physical fitness that is relevant to the type of work being performed, which involves successfully completing the annual physical incumbent testing as required by CSA-N293
- Must have or be capable of obtaining the radiological qualification level of "Yellow"
- When circumstances make it likely that a task cannot be completed, as assigned, they should seek further direction from the manager/supervisor
- Require a minimum of Grade XII education or equivalent
- Valid certification for First Aid and CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation)
- Requirements for Physical Fitness Testing for Applicants will be determined, but consideration will be given for a Fire Fighter Physical Aptitude Job related test (FPAT) or a Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) or a York University Fitness Test. *Note that due to COVID your certification may have expired.
- Must hold a valid “D” license, with a “Z” license endorsement
- Applicants must have successfully completed a hearing, vision tests within the last six months
- Community College certificate in a recognized firefighting certification course for "Pre-Service Firefighter", NFPA 1001 / NFPA 1002. OR
- A current Municipal or Full time Fire Department member with a minimum of 2 years’ experience and an Ontario Fire College certificate for Module A/B, or NFPA Firefighter I/II. Candidate must provide a verification letter such as "Record of Employment" from the Municipality or Fire Chief.
- Enrollment in an accredited Ontario Fire College Firefighter certification program
- Hold the current rank of a Captain or Senior Officer
- Certification in a recognized Fire Prevention / Protection program
- Certification/Qualifications for Advanced Medical Patient Care such as St. Johns Emergency 1st Responder, Paramedic, Nursing
Applicants that do not attach copies of certificates will not be considered for this vacancy
- Skills, Knowledge, Education, and Experience review per the above qualifications
- Transferable skills (for example: effective communication, drive for accountability and results, collaboration and teamwork)
- Past performance record and suitability for this position
- Online assessment
- Competency based interview