A Renewable Solar Technician is tasked with the service and maintenance responsibilities of a solar or energy storage facility. The technician must be competent and qualified to work on all aspects of the electrical, mechanical, and civil components. The Audience: - Experienced Renewable Solar Technician looking to advance their careers into a management position. - Renewable Solar Technicians with experience in the electrical industry who want to be more hands on with projects, love interesting and challenging projects. - Renewable Solar Technicians who have reached a ceiling and want a path to further career advancement. The Perks: - Diverse and exciting industrial customer base - 40 hours mins. - Continuous training and skills improvement - Career advancement opportunities - Competitive wages plus incentive plan - Flexible Work Hours - Overtime opportunity - Uniforms, PPE, and travel paid for - All tooling provided - Excellent benefit package - 401k matching - Employee Share Ownership Program - Company vehicle provided - Overtime at 1.5x after 40 hours/week - Managers all started as field technicians and have been promoted from within - One of the most positive and fun company cultures in the industry. No one is 'just a number' at Spark - Benefits after 30 day probational period: health, vision, dental, 401K matching, Employee Stock Ownership Program - Company Vehicles - $100 per month cell phone allowance The Responsibilities: - Ownership/accountability of sites - Keep the sites looking clean and tidy – buildings, vegetation, fences, gates, roads, etc. - Ensure spare parts inventory is organized and clean - Adhere to all site health and safety policies including signs, PPE, and documentation - Detailed understanding of the technical aspects - Energization/de-energization procedures - Lock-out, tag out plans - Understanding and access to latest drawings - Support troubleshooting on all equipment and push to maximize performance/production - Preventive maintenance activities - Inspections completed in a professional manner with a focus on H&S and maximizing system production - Follow OEM specific maintenance requirements in addition to company standards and industry best practices i.e. NETA MTS, CSA Z463, etc. - Reporting to be comprehensive including photos and detailed descriptions of issues found and corrective measures taken The Requirements : - High school diploma or equivalent - Post secondary education with an electrical or mechanical base is an asset - ABET/EAC certification will be considered an asset - Provincial certified journeyman license - Knowledge of National Electrical Code (NEC) - Valid Driver’s License with clean driving record - Must be able to lift 34kg (75lb) - Work may take place on ladders, platforms, and cramped spaces with constant standing and kneeling. Proper ergonomics as well as hand and body dexterity must be applied when working under these conditions - Use of all necessary PPE; hard hat, safety glasses, green tag safety boots, Cal rated gear, lifeline and harness, and hearing protection when needed. - Technicians work indoors and outdoors, in businesses, schools, institutions, factories, and construction sites. There may be extremes in temperatures when working, both cold and hot. - Experience in Commissioning, QA/QC, Preventative maintenance, and troubleshooting - Able to determine color code Compensation based on experience The Company: Spark Power Group Inc., (“Spark Power”) is committed to becoming the Trusted Partner in Power and the leading independent and integrated power solutions provider to the industrial, commercial, institutional, and utility markets across North America. Spark delivers cost-effective, customer-centric solutions that address cost, quality, reliability, and power sustainability to integrate new technologies and help transition our customers to the grid of the future. Learn more at www.sparkpowercorp.com and Like us on social @SparkPowerCorp
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