Canada Vacancy Job: Plumber
Company: Toronto Transit Commission
Location: 1900 Yonge St Suite 400, Toronto, ON
Salary: $42.60 an hour
Job Type: Full-time
Shift and schedule
Certification for WHMIS
GED or high school diploma
Information About The Job
Requisition number: 8494
Number of openings: 1
Plant Maintenance (30000474) – Night Shift Trades (30000474)
Information on Salary: $42.60 plus $1.25 for all regular hours worked
0011 (CAN/C/E/0011) Pay Scale Group
Regular Weekly Hours: 40, Weekend Days: Friday and Saturday Night shift
Published on November 8, 2023
The deadline for applications is November 13, 2023.
Foreperson reports to:
One of the best places to work in the GTA is the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), the third-biggest transit system in North America. With the support of an innovative strategic plan, the TTC aims to become a transit system that is a source of pride for the city of Toronto. The TTC’s goal of offering “a reliable, efficient, and integrated bus, streetcar, and subway system that draws its high standards of customer care from our rich traditions of safety, service, and courtesy” is directly in line with its recruitment efforts.
We are looking for plumbers right now. The work week consists of 40 hours, mostly working night shifts, with Friday and Saturday free.
- Carrying out a variety of intricate and complicated planned and unplanned maintenance tasks, such as diagnosing, setting up, maintaining, repairing, and renovating plumbing fixtures, heating, drainage, air, water, grease, glycol, lubricating oil, transmission oil, and windshield washer fluid lines at all TTC properties.
- Plumbing system testing is done to identify the location and kind of operational faults, carry out corrective measures, and verify proper functioning.
- In order for passengers and/or employees with disabilities to fully benefit from the TTC as a service provider and employer, it is their responsibility to treat them with respect and dignity and to make sure their needs are met (within their area of responsibility) in compliance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and Related Orders.
Abilities, Proficiency, and Experience
- Ownership of a current Certificate of Qualification as a Plumber, which is often acquired through completion of Grade 12 coursework, in addition to the apprenticeship training program’s successful completion.
- Must be able to understand both written and spoken directions.
- Having a current, non-probationary class “G” driver’s license issued by the Province of Ontario.
- To be considered for this position, qualified candidates must complete a pre-employment medical examination, test fitting, and breathing respirator training, as required by Ontario Regulation 490/09 of the Occupational Health & Safety Act.
- If your bid is accepted, you will have to come to the Training Department’s truck driver course, finish it, and pass both the written and practical exams to obtain a Class “D” driver’s license, the Subway/SRT Rule Book, and WHMIS Certification.
- Attend and successfully finish a variety of plumbing-specific training sessions, as instructed by management.
- Needed to supply a set of tools by the approved tool list.
- Along with your application, a copy of your current Plumber Certificate of Qualification (306-A) is required.
- Must be well-versed in the Ontario Human Rights Code and Related Orders, especially the provisions relating to disability accommodations and employee and passenger accessibility. Or quickly acquire this information.
In providing its services and fostering an inclusive work environment, the TTC is dedicated to respecting the ideals of equity, diversity, anti-racism, and inclusion. At every level of the organization, the TTC is dedicated to cultivating a diverse workforce that reflects the communities it serves. It also fosters an inclusive work environment where a range of employee and community opinions and experiences provide value to the company.
All applicants are encouraged to apply, particularly those from groups that have faced historical and/or present-day challenges to equity, such as women, people with disabilities, Indigenous, Black, and racialized communities, as well as LGBTQ(IA+) and other marginalized populations. An inclusive and barrier-free recruitment and selection process is valued and supported by the TTC. Throughout the recruitment and selection process, applicants—including those who identify as having a disability—may request accommodations.
Kindly give Talent Management a call at (416) 393-4570. All inquiries regarding accommodations will be handled in confidence.
According to TTC regulation, it is not permitted for relatives of present TTC employees to be employed, allocated, moved, or promoted into roles where their relationship might create a conflict of interest. If you are chosen for an interview, you will have to reveal the identity, status, and relationship of any relatives who work with TTC currently.
We appreciate your interest in applying, however, please be aware that only those who are chosen for an interview will be contacted.