Equipment Records & Parts Technician
Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) is a diverse business operating in the agriculture, food, energy and home and building sectors. Based in Saskatoon, Sask., FCL is owned by independent retail co-operatives from across Western Canada that are committed to local investment, community mindedness and lifetime membership benefits. FCL is involved in wholesaling and manufacturing, including refined fuels and lubricants. It also provides administrative and marketing support to its member-owners. For more information, visit www.fcl.crs.
Fuel Your Career at the Co-op Refinery Complex. Our workforce of over 1000 employees operate a world-class refinery utilizing cutting-edge technology to produce 130,000 barrels of refined petroleum products per day. With an annual production capacity of 6.8 billion litres we are one of Canada’s largest refineries, distributing our products to more than 780 retail gas bar and cardlock locations from Vancouver Island to Northwestern Ontario. Our focus is on fueling our people to lead our industry in safety, reliability and sustainability. Join the Co-op Refinery Complex and help us, as We Fuel Western Canada.
FCL invites applications for the position of Equipment Records & Parts Technician in our Co-op Refinery Complex located in Regina, SK.
This position is responsible for establishing and maintaining services, equipment and their associated parts lists in CRC’s Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS).
The Equipment Records & Parts Technician is responsible to establish, administer and maintain service numbers, equipment numbers, part numbers and parts lists for new, replaced and/or modified equipment at CRC. This position works closely with various CRC departments and stakeholders as well as equipment manufacturers and/or vendors/suppliers to obtain the necessary information and data, and accurately establish and maintain services, equipment and parts lists in CMMS.
This position is an integral part of CRC’s Management of Change process, and is responsible to ensure equipment changes are promptly and accurately captured and reflected in CRC records, and the CMMS is updated accordingly.
The qualifications for this position include a related trades certificate or diploma along with preferably up to 5 years of related industrial experience (with mechanical equipment such as pumps, compressors, heat exchangers, tanks, vessels and/or electrical/instrumentation equipment).
CRC offers a competitive salary, ongoing personal and professional development, and the opportunity to work with one of western Canada's most successful organizations
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Jun 24 2019Apply