Building Maintenance Mechanic - Afternoon Shift - Brampton, Brampton, Npaworldwide Recruitment Netwo

Published 2022-09-29
Expires 2022-10-29
ID #1191574326
Building Maintenance Mechanic - Afternoon Shift - Brampton, Brampton, Npaworldwide Recruitment Netwo
Canada, Ontario, Brampton,
Published September 29, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Building maintenance mechanic - afternoon shift - brampton

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* Responsible for general building maintenance such as install, troubleshoot, repair and maintain facility building while adhering to company and GMP policies and procedures

* Perform general repairs and preventative maintenance, patching and painting on floors, walls, ceilings, and other building items

* Replace / repair locks, doors, door closers, flooring and light bulbs

* Manage and maintain maintenance shop, including inventory and equipment

* Monitor the condition of floors, walls, ceilings, locks, doors, door closers and other building items

* Perform minor plumbing / water faucet repairs

* Follow Food Safety / Health & Safety and GMP policies and procedures

* Conduct maintenance activities ensuring tool control and product safety

* Complete HACCP / food safety & quality documentation as required by the Food Safety and quality program

* Keep regular fire extinguishers inspection / evidence in the fire extinguishers list / logbook

* Maintain a clean and organized work environment
*Minimum 2 years of Building / Facility general maintenance work experience

* Experience and knowledge working with minor facility building repairs and plumbing
* Experience with general cleaning / maintenance equipment
* Able to work proactively and take initiative on maintenance projects

* Ability to lift 50 pounds

* Good communication and interpersonal skills required
Why is This a Great Opportunity:
busy, stable industrial company

Salary Type : Hourly

Salary Min : 25

Salary Max : 28

Currency Type : Canadian Dollars

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