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Industrial Technician (casual 2023-2024)

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Saskatchewan Polytechnic considers the diversity of our workforce to be one our leading strengths and greatest assets. Our employee diversity enhances our ability to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse student population. Currently, approximately 20% of our students are Indigenous. A continued emphasis on the development of a representative workforce is one of Sask Polytech's strategic priorities and, as an organization, we are making significant efforts to attract and retain Indigenous employees.

Job Content (SDF) Details

Job Content (SDF) Details

Competition Number P14602
Posting Title Industrial Technician (casual 2023-2024)
Classification Band 6
Location Saskatchewan Polytechnic Moose Jaw Campus
Other Location(s)
Building
Other Building
Date Posted 09/06/2023
Closing Date 10/31/2023
JIQ # 10121
Start Date 09/01/2023
End Date 06/30/2024
Open Until Filled No
Ongoing No
Category of work Casual
Bargaining Unit Professional Services
Hours of Work To be Assigned
Salary Range $26.63/hr to $31.82/hr
Temporary Market Stipend N/A
Incumbent
N/A
Total Assigned days (AC) / Total Hours per biweekly pay
Less than 30 occasions.
Posting Status Open
Special Instructions to Applicants
Saskatchewan Polytechnic considers the diversity of our workforce to be one our leading strengths and greatest assets. Our employee diversity enhances our ability to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse student population. Currently, approximately 20% of our students are Indigenous. A continued emphasis on the development of a representative workforce is one of Sask Polytech’s strategic priorities and, as an organization, we are making significant efforts to attract and retain Indigenous employees.

Job Duties/Qualifications, Skills and Abilities(QSA)

Job Duties

Job Duties
Fabricate, maintain, install, transport and repair shop and classroom equipment components and infrastructure in the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Schools of Construction and Transportation at the Moose Jaw and Regina campuses. This support is also provided for Extension Outreach sites. Occasional welding, fabrication and equipment operations support is supplied to Government Services and Shop Stores as required.
QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND EXPERIENCE

Specific Accountabilities
Duties
Required Qualifications, Skills and Abilities (QSA)
  1. Grade 12 or equivalent.
  2. Journeyperson in a mechanical field.
  3. Welding certificate.
  4. Knowledge and experience in the use of welding equipment.
  5. Valid driver’s license.
  6. Effective organizational skills.
  7. Experience and certification in forklift operation. (Certification may be obtained as a condition of employment).
  8. Recent automotive and mechanical experience.
  9. Effective communication skills (written and oral).
  10. Effective interpersonal skills.
  11. Demonstrates valuing diversity.
Desired QSA
Required Competencies

Posting Supplemental Questions

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Applicant Documents

Required Documents
  1. Resume
  2. Cover Letter
Optional Documents
  1. List of Reference Contacts