Certified Heavy Duty Mechanic – Relocation support provided
Slave Lake, Alberta
Our Heavy Duty Mechanics keep us running fierce. They troubleshoot, diagnose, maintain and repair mobile equipment to keep the mill running and keep it running safely. If the chance to take on the maintenance and repair of mobile equipment in a state-of-the-art facility sounds like your kind of challenge, read on to find out more.
We’re looking for a Certified Heavy Duty Mechanic to join our Athabasca OSB division, located in Slave Lake. This state-of-the-art facility has the longest continuous press in North America, giving us the ability to produce a diverse range of innovative forest products for customers around the world.
You are a certified Heavy Duty Mechanic, with experience working on hydraulic equipment and cylinders, as well as assembling large precision heavy equipment for the wood processing sector. You know your way around blueprints, diagrams and schematics, and consistently follow work processes and procedures. You use your knowledge and skills to recognize opportunities for improvement and cost-savings.
Your ideal workday will look something like this:
We value diversity at Tolko and respect that experience and knowledge come in many forms. Even if you don't think you check every box, please apply. We would love to hear your story and have you grow with us.
So, what’s in it for you?
If you want to work in a sustainable, future focused industry, there is no better place than Tolko. Our family has been producing innovative forest products for over 65 years. Our focus remains on sustainably managing our forests and our business for upcoming generations.
We want YOU to join our family. Come Grow Here! Apply today at www.tolko.com/careers.
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About Slave Lake
Our Athabasca Division is located two and a half hours northwest of Edmonton, Alberta close to the town of Slave Lake. Slave Lake is home to over 6,000 people. It’s an active community boasting two ball facilities, a multi-recreation centre, aquatic centre, and over 40 acres of parks and open space to explore. We honor that the town is situated on the traditional lands of Sawridge First Nation within Treaty 8 territory. Watch this video to learn more about the community and find out why life is better here.
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