Electrical Protection

Application ends: October 31, 2023

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Electrical Protection and Control Coordinator
Full Time
Trades & Labour

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Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.
The Opportunity: Electrical Protection & Control Coordinator

What you need to succeed:

A two-year diploma in Electrical Engineering Technology from an accredited post-secondary educational institution.
Journeyman Electrician or Power System Electrician certification would be an asset.
Proven project management experience.
Minimum of three years experience testing and maintaining protective relays.
Proficient in Windows based computer applications as well as manufacture specific software, maintenance programs and electrical design software.
Ability to read and work off of blueprints as well as interpret drawings, diagrams and specifications on a variety of types of electrical and electronic equipment.
Experience with high voltage test equipment.
Demonstrated commitment to preventive/predictive maintenance programs
Team player with the ability to work with minimal supervision.
Strong client service orientation with good interpersonal skills.
A proven track record and commitment to safe procedures and encouraging a safe work environment.
Strong troubleshooting skills.
A valid class-5 driver’s license and First Aid certificate as well as certification in WHIMS, TDG and rigging and hoisting.
What is in it for you: We offer a competitive starting rate and the opportunity to grow your career experience in a fast paced, challenging environment. Yukon Energy values diversity in the workplace. We strive to achieve a skilled workforce that is representative of the population we serve, and we are committed to the employment and professional development of Yukon First Nations citizens. First Nations candidates are encouraged to self-declare.