Certified Tire Technician, Winnipeg, Tip Trailer Services

Published 2022-06-25
Expires 2022-07-25
ID #1060748375
Certified Tire Technician, Winnipeg, Tip Trailer Services
Canada, Manitoba, Winnipeg,
Published June 25, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Certified tire technician

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Certified Tire Technician


CA Winnipeg Branch
Bist du vielleicht unser neuer Kollege (m/w/d) bei TIP?

Bist du an einer herausfordernden Aufgabe und an der Zusammenarbeit mit professionellen und motivierten Kollegen interessiert? Unsere Mitarbeiter setzen sich tagtäglich leidenschaftlich für erstklassige Leistungen ein. Wir bieten einen Arbeitsplatz, an dem der Sicherheit oberste Priorität beigemessen, Teamgeist gefördert und Integrität in den Mittelpunkt unserer Geschäftstätigkeit gestellt wird. Als europäischer Marktführer in der Transportindustrie, der in zahlreichen Ländern Europas Geschäfte tätigt, können wir unseren Mitarbeitern zahlreiche Aufstiegschancen bieten!


We are currently hiring a Certified Tire Technician for our Winnipeg Shop located on 65 Bergen Cutoff Road, Winnipeg, MB. As a Tire Technician you will be responsible for installing and repairing tires in the trailer shop.


Install, rotate, and repair heavy duty trailer tires as directed by assigned work order
Ensure all tires are inspected for correct inflation, wear patterns, tread depth and damage according to the inspection form
Reset and repair tire pressure monitoring systems
Maintain tire service equipment on a regularly scheduled basis
Clean and maintain work area
Comply with the Company’s Health and Safety program including working in a safe and responsible manner


High school diploma or equivalent
Wheel Installer Certification or Tire Certification
Completion of or working towards Trade certification
2+ year of tire-related experience
Ability to regularly lift and/or move up to 100lbs, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 lbs, occasionally lift and or move up to 150 lbs.
Working knowledge of semi-trailer tires
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and able to recognize opportunities for improvement
Reliable, motivated, attention to detail
Ability to stand, walk, kneel, sit, bend down and reach up and talk or hear as required and have the ability to use hands to feel, handle or reach
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus
Ability to work outside (year-round)
May be exposed to noise, vibration, grease, oil, gasoline, exhaust fumes and odours


Above average pay package to above average employees
Tool & Boot allowance and prescription safety glasses program
Excellent pension plan
Benefits package that includes an employee & family assistance plan, & a healthcare spending account.
Internal and external training and growth opportunities

At TIP Canada we recognize that it is our people who make the difference and are the key to our growth and ongoing success. If you want to join a growing Company and enjoy working with great people – then come grow with us!

TIP Canada is committed to providing an inclusive and accessible candidate experience. We welcome and encourage applications from candidates with disabilities. Please inform us if you require accommodation during the selection process and we will work with you to meet your needs.

Bei TIP gilt das Prinzip der Chancengleichheit. Zudem wird Wertevielfalt in der Belegschaft unterstützt und entscheidet die Qualifikation.


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