We are an employee-owned company - This ownership structure gives us a unique perspective on business and ensures that our stakeholders (customers, employees and partners), rather than shareholders, always come first. This is vital for a company such as ours, given that we exist primarily to protect the environment and the prosperity of the communities in which we live.
The world's most challenging, and interesting projects nationwide – you can work side-by-side with industry leaders and apply your skills to the most challenging and interesting projects. We value the diversity of our areas of practice and our people. It's what makes Corrosion Service a great place to work and grow.
Position: Corrosion Technician
Duration: 4 months contract until the end of 2023
Job Location: Toronto, Ontario
What’s in it for you:
- Industry-leading wages
- Work side-by-side with industry leaders in corrosion engineering and start building your successful career portfolio
- Fitness club membership discount program
- Chance to be part of a high-energy and high-performing team
- Collaborative working environment founded on respect
The Corrosion Technician will participate in the field inspection, installation, construction, overline surveys, service, repair, and troubleshooting of corrosion protection systems.
Examples of field activities are:
- Cathodic protection surveys
- Indirect inspection / overline surveys
- Construction projects
- Corrosion inhibitor casing projects
- Installation of various corrosion protection equipment
- Anode ground bed refurbishment installations
- Rectifier troubleshooting and repairs
- Assignments must be completed efficiently and professionally.
- Data submission is required daily after field activities.
- Field timelines and schedules are determined by the Project Coordinator / Team Leads. Project progress and ‘on-the-fly’ field schedule will be determined by the field lead.
- With gained experience, field personnel are expected to develop a sense of initiative and autonomy with typical workflow.
- Streamline and ‘fit in’ with project work and ‘fill in the gaps’ where required. When working within a team, team autonomy is the ultimate goal where everyone involved is familiar with the scope of work and tasks to be completed.
- Field duties shall be communicated to the Team Lead throughout the duration and upon completion.
- Survey data shall be submitted upon completion of fieldwork for review.
- Written procedures shall be reviewed prior to starting the survey and followed during the survey.
- Applicants should be university or college graduates from an electrical/electronics engineering or technology program.
- Prior work experience in a field support-type role would be an asset.
- Individuals with NACE CP Certification would be preferred.
- Candidates must have good oral, and written communication, and computer skills.
- Must be physically fit, willing to routinely work outdoors, and able to lift 50 lbs on a regular basis.
- Candidate should have solid hands-on technical capabilities, a valid driver’s license, be willing to travel, and work overtime.
- General understanding of electrical circuits and theory.
- Good initiative, adaptable, flexible, and team player.
- Technical (electrical) background, good problem-solving skills.
- Any cathodic protection background will be an asset.
- Experience in the oil and gas pipeline industry.
Markham Office Address: 9-280 Hillmount Rd., Markham, Ontario L6C 3A1
If you need accommodation in order to participate in our recruitment and selection process, please advise the Human Resources Department to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated throughout this process.
Note: All employment is conditional upon completing and obtaining a satisfactory background check, including employment, references and criminal records (for which a pardon has not been granted) checks.
Thank you for your interest! Please note that only individuals selected for an interview will be contacted.