Truck and Coach 310T Licensed Mechanics

Windsor, Ontario
10-30-2019
MTS - Windsor, ON
Depends on Experience 
Full Time
All Shifts

LICENSED and APPRENTICE 310T Truck and Coach Mechanic/Technicians 

Company operating name: Martin Transportation Systems (MTS)

o Business address: 2425 Central Avenue, Windsor, Ontario N8W 4J4

o Terms of employment: full-time, permanent position;

o Language of work: English;

o Benefits package offered: Standard company inclusive of: medical, vision, dental, life insurance etc. available to employees after probationary period completed. RRSP plan available after 6 months of employment which includes MTS contributions.

o Location: 2425 Central Avenue, Windsor, Ontario N8W 4J4

o Contact: Santino Viselli, Human Resources Business Partner, 519-948-7175 ext. 30151, santino.viselli@mtstrans.com, 2425 Central Avenue, Windsor, Ontario N8W 4J4

 

Position: 310T Truck and Coach Licensed Mechanic/Technician

o Wage: Licensed: $30-34/hr. Depending upon experience;

o Skills requirements. Must be licensed by the Ontario College of Trades (OCT) [310T Technician]. Foreign licenses must be converted to Canadian equivalent. Non Canadian citizens or permanent residents must apply for trade equivalency assessment through the OCT [https://www.collegeoftrades.ca/trade-assessment];

o Job Duties: Perform preventative maintenance; identify warrantable repairs and document on repair order; maintain work area appearance and safety; Road test vehicles; Diagnose malfunctions; Ensuring proper functioning of vehicles; Inspect brake systems, steering mechanisms, wheel bearings and other parts to ensure operation, perform routine maintenance such as oil changes, battery checks, lubricating equipment and machinery; Adjust and replace brakes, tighten bolts and screws and disassemble and reassemble equipment and parts; and work with little or no supervision.

 

Position: 310T Truck and Coach Apprentice Mechanic/Technician

o Wage: Apprentice: $18-22/hr. Depending upon year/level of Apprenticeship;

o Skills requirements: minimum of Canadian High-school diploma or equivalent education. Foreign secondary school transcripts/diplomas must be assessed by World Education Services (WES) and be comparable to a Canadian high-school diploma. Previous mechanical apprenticeship work is considered an asset;

o Job Duties: Perform preventative maintenance; identify warrantable repairs and document on repair order; maintain work area appearance and safety; Road test vehicles; Diagnose malfunctions; Ensuring proper functioning of vehicles; Inspect brake systems, steering mechanisms, wheel bearings and other parts to ensure operation, perform routine maintenance such as oil changes, battery checks, lubricating equipment and machinery; Adjust and replace brakes, tighten bolts and screws and disassemble and reassemble equipment and parts; and work with little or no supervision. Work to perform at a level of licensed mechanic within 3 years.