Pathway To Success
- Individual gets hired with Epscan as a member of our Team
- Team Member starts on-the-Job Training and received Work Experience.
- Epscan then enrolls him or her in Trade School
- As technical levels of training are completed, Epscan promotes their people and gives them more responsibility
- Team Member finishes Trade School and receives Red-Seal Interprovincial Qualification
- Once Certified, Epscan’s Newest Team Members have the option to take additional trades training to become dual-ticketed, or specialized in specific areas of interest
Completion of the Pathway to Success assures clients that their Epscan Team Members have been properly trained and have the experience to do the job correctly and safely throughout the process.
Our tailor-made Safety Program ensures everyone is able to see their families at the end of the workday; free from harm.
Industrial Instrumentation Mechanic (Journeyperson / Apprentice)
Epscan, located in Fort St. John (Area and Camp), is looking for an Instrumentation Apprentice to join their team. This is a Full-Time Position.
Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Ensure Epscan’s Safety Program is followed; Maintain a high level of safety awareness and adherence; Refrain from any task for which authorization and/or training has not been received
- Attend and participate in monthly safety meetings; Maintain Safety Certifications and report all incidents/safety concerns
- Assist/perform with the installation of process control, and measurement instrumentation on existing and new field equipment and processes (transmitters, controllers, analyzers, control valves, etc.)
- Assist/perform mechanical work associated with instrument repair and modification; remove and install small piping and tubing
- Rebuild control valves and tune controllers
- Perform preventative maintenance on instrumentation (calibration, replacement, and test as required); maintain field instrument records and standards
- Provide support to operations in process control
- Troubleshoot equipment and systems
- Use test equipment and hand tools
- Consult manufacturer’s manuals, circuit diagrams and blueprints to determine test, construction, and maintenance procedures
- Inspect and test operation of instruments and systems (using pneumatic, electrical/electronic testing devices and precision measuring instruments) to diagnose faults
- Assist/perform the repair and adjust system components (sensors, transmitters, programmable logic controllers, etc.); remove and replace defective parts
- Calibrate components and instruments according to manufacturers’ specifications
- On-call support as required
- Assist or complete Daily Field Work Orders
Successful candidates will have the following skills, experience, and personal attributes:
- Registered apprentice, 1st – 4th year
- High school or equivalent
- Valid and clean abstract
If this sounds like a role for you, please send us your resume in Word (.doc, .docx) format with a very brief cover letter outlining your experience and earnings expectations.