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Job Locations CA-BC-Surrey
Reporting to the Manager, Industrial Controls, the Lead Controls Engineer/Technologist will be responsible for providing team support and technical expertise in the design, programming, and commissioning of Industrial Control Systems.   Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Delegate day-to-day tasks to individual team members for assigned projects; - Conduct technical reviews to ensure the accuracy of team members' work; - Provide coordination and technical leadership to the team regarding assigned projects; - Support the Manager, Industrial Controls with ongoing process development, improvement initiatives, and fostering continuous growth within the department; - Produce electrical and control system design drawings and other documentation including single line diagrams, electrical schematics, panel layouts, load calculations, BOMs, and other related documents; - Specify and select electrical components for use in electrical design; - Oversee and support control panel builds and FAT testing; - Support on-site team with system testing and commissioning.  
Job Locations CA-BC-Surrey
Reporting to the Service Manager, Mechanical, the Service Millwright duties will range from planned work order execution to troubleshooting and repairs. You will be responsible for diagnosing and ensuring client concerns are resolved in a timely manner.     Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Travel to a variety of customer sites in different industries to execute planned maintenance and/or respond to emergency service calls, troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair (or schedule for repair); - Maintain the highest possible standard in all customer communication setting expectations and managing the customer experience throughout; - Manage larger installations from beginning to end (i.e. start-up and commissioning, pre-start-up inspections, equipment turnover) - Partner with, and/or manage third party vendors, subcontractors, and consultants; - Safely perform and diagnose preventative maintenance work in an efficient method to minimize machine downtime.
Job Locations CA-BC-Surrey
Reporting to the Department Manager, Mechanical the Journeyperson Millwright duties will range from planned work order execution to troubleshooting and repairs. You will be responsible for diagnosing and ensuring client concerns are resolved in a timely manner.     Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   - Observe, test, and install newly built machinery; - Assist with the facility relocations, installations, setup and remediation work; - Interpret and study blueprints to determine correct installation and operation of machinery; - Safely perform and diagnose preventative maintenance work in an efficient method to minimize machine downtime.
Job Locations CA-BC-Surrey
Reporting to the Operations Manager, Service, the Service Technician, Refrigeration is responsible for executing personal work at a high level of quality and managing customer communication, personal and site safety, customer experience, and vendor relationships to ensure a high level of performance. Duties will range from planned work order execution to troubleshooting and repairs. You will be responsible for diagnosing and ensuring client concerns are resolved in a timely manner.     Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Interpret and execute drawings, schematics, and blueprints of refrigeration systems and their component parts; - Identify and recommend upgrades and services to customers as needed; - Assemble and install refrigeration systems and components; - Clean, repair, calibrate and adjust controllers and sensors; - Complete daily equipment inspections, safety reports, and Field Level Hazard Assessments. 
Job Locations CA-BC-Surrey
Reporting to the Service Manager, Electrical, the Service Technician is responsible for service calls, small projects, business development and quoting assistance, and project work where applicable. The Service Technician is responsible for executing personal work at a high level of quality and managing customer communication, personal and site safety, customer experience, and vendor relationships to ensure a high level of performance.   Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Travel to a variety of customer sites in different industries to execute planned maintenance and/or respond to emergency service calls, troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair (or schedule for repair); - Maintain the highest possible standard in all customer communication setting expectations and managing the customer experience throughout; - Manage larger installations from beginning to end (i.e. start-up and commissioning, pre-start-up inspections, equipment turnover); - Ensure all necessary documentation is completed in a timely manner to improve invoicing and accounting efficiency; - Effectively balance prioritization of Customer Satisfaction and the Speed of Service Guarantee.
Job Locations CA-BC-Surrey
At Uptime, safety is our top priority. We are seeking a dedicated and experienced Health and Safety Manager to oversee and enhance our safety initiatives across all aspects of our operations - from projects and emergency service calls at our customer sites, to our shop and office environments. Your role will be pivotal in maintaining a culture of safety excellence, ensuring compliance with regulatory standards, and minimizing risks associated with our diverse industrial services.   As the Health and Safety Manager, you will collaborate with cross-functional teams, including project managers, technicians, and management, to develop, implement, and continually improve comprehensive safety programs. Your expertise will be essential in building a holistic safety program, identifying potential hazards, conducting thorough risk assessments, and devising effective strategies to prevent accidents and injuries. You will have the opportunity to influence safety policies, deliver training sessions, and promote a proactive approach to safety consciousness throughout the organization.   This is an excellent role for an experienced Health and Safety professional who is keen to grow their scope of responsibility and improve the health and safety practices of the organization through implementation of new policies and safety technology, as well as the development of training programs for all levels of the organization.   Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   Safety Program Management - Continuous improvement of the Health and Safety Program of the Company through ongoing refinement of the Company’s Safety Manual, as well as new policy design, policy implementation, and consistent communication and training; - Lead the Safety Committee and convene regular meetings to gather field level feedback on safety needs throughout the organization; - Refine and improve existing safety policies and standards for our various work locations (field, office, shop) - Developing, drafting and distributing safety SOP’s, Toolbox Talks, and Safe Work Practices/Procedures; - Managing relationships with safety vendors and external training partners.   Training - Tracking all completed training and active certifications, and managing the recertification schedule for all employees; - Managing the safety portion of the onboarding program for all new employees; - Become a certified “train-the-trainer” for various field related certifications, and host regular training sessions (MEWP, Forklift, Boom, Fallpro, Confined Space, Fit Test, etc). - In partnership with Human Resources, tracking and managing all safety related infractions and ensuring relevant training is provided; - Managing return-to-work program; - Partnering with the Technical Support Manager to identify safety related training needs and specialized training topics and opportunities.   Field Team Support - Assist with project planning and risk assessments to identify job specific hazards, determine specialized PPE requirements, and design site specific rescue plans; - Managing the relationship with customer safety representatives and ensuring project teams have the required training and information to adhere to site/customer specific safety requirements. Additionally, managing and customer related safety documentation and providing certificates of insurance where necessary. - Partnering with Operations Managers and performing regular site visits to ensure our teams have the required PPE, training, support, and certifications to execute projects and service requirements safely;   Inspections/Audits/Reporting - Regular FLRA Audits and safety equipment audits (harness inspection and calibration, respirator fit and condition, etc); - Conduct regular site visits, particularly on larger projects to ensure teams are working with best practices in mind, and have the required safety equipment and PPE to perform the work safely; - Managing internal PPE inventory; - Leading safety investigations and preparing incident reports - Regular company vehicle inspections;   System Management - Assist with the implementation of an electronic safety management system and take ownership of ongoing maintenance, reporting and analytics. - Managing the WCB relationship, processing clearance letters, completing form 7, reporting, and managing the account. In addition, managing the safety regulatory requirements for inter-provincial work in Alberta and Ontario. - Managing safety information within portals utilized by our customer base, including but not limited to: Contractor Check, Avetta, Cognibox, ISN. 
Job Locations CA-BC-Surrey
Reporting to the Electrical Department Manager, the Journeyperson Electrician will work on various projects including new equipment installation, system or component repair, maintenance projects, facility moves, and component or system upgrades. You will be responsible for diagnosing and ensuring client concerns are resolved in a timely manner.     Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Traveling to industrial and commercial client sites across the Lower Mainland; - Installing and troubleshooting electrical equipment, such as fire alarms, electrical conduits, with blueprints and schematics; - Proactively assess risks and develop plans to align with safety regulations; - Supervising and mentoring apprentices when necessary; - Completion of all paperwork as required.
Job Locations CA-BC-Surrey
Reporting to the Department Manager, Mechanical, the Foreman, Mechanical is responsible for executing on project plans and managing site level staff to ensure each project is completed on schedule, on budget, at the expected level of quality. The Foreman, Mechanical owns each project in their portfolio, and alongside project performance, takes full responsibility for site level customer communication, site safety, and the overall customer experience. On most projects, the Foreman will act as both manager and site level contributor, completing work tasks alongside the site team.   Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to   - Observe, test, and install newly built machinery; - Monitor workers on site to ensure safe work procedures are followed; - Execute project handoff, labour management, labour expectations, and material management on site; - Interpret and study blueprints to determine correct installation and operation of machinery; - Present daily project progress reports, challenges, and feedback to the Project Manager; - Go the extra mile to ensure that the project is executed to the best of Uptime's abilities.
Job Locations CA-BC-Surrey
Reporting to the Vice President, Projects, the Industrial Project Manager/Estimator is responsible for driving multitrade projects (Mechanical, Electrical, Refrigeration, and Automation) from inception to completion. By partnering with internal resources, vendors, and the business development team, the Industrial Project Manager/Estimator works to understand customer needs and goals, designs industry leading solutions, sources parts and materials, plans the project, and manages site level staff to ensure the execution of each project. Throughout the process, the Industrial Project Manager/Estimator acts as the centre point for all project related information and manages the needs and expectations of the customers and the project teams.   Key responsibilities include:   - Estimating & Proposals: - Partner with the Business Development team to prepare accurate proposals; - Partner with the accounting team to design appropriate deposit and payment schedules; - Review proposal specifications and drawings, and attend pre-bid meetings to determine scope of work and strategy; - Perform risk analysis and contract management responsibilities as required; - Review and approve equipment drawings and specifications; - Review estimates with internal stakeholders and drive quality and cost control throughout the project; - Review and approve estimates produced by Service Managers, Technicians, and Foremen; - Actively contribute to meeting job-specific and company-wide financial targets. - Project Management: - Partner with department leaders, executives and the sales team to continually drive projects to delivery; - Manage and update project performance forecasts; - Assess and report on project cashflows; - Develop and maintain relationships with suppliers, consultants, general contractors and end users; - Manage project financial performance; - Monitor project schedules, budgets, and work progress reports; - Vendor management and acquisition of necessary materials and equipment; - Ensure projects are in compliance with safety plans and regulations. - Consulting, Stakeholder Management, & Communication - Liaise directly with customers to better understand their needs; - Cultivate and manage vendor and partner relationships; - Communicate directly with customers and internal stakeholders to set and manage expectations throughout the project; - Assist customers in finding innovative ways to solve problems that result in improvements or savings in their facilities; - Actively search for new and innovative technologies/solutions to broaden both our clients’ competitive advantage, and our own; - Communicate with supply chain, sales, marketing, engineering, sub-trades, and finance; - Act as a company leader, reinforcing best practices and safety policies. - Training & Development - Participate in the recruitment of new team members; - Assist with training of new and existing employees within team; - Participate in company training related to the job. - Other duties as assigned.
Job Locations CA-BC-Surrey
Reporting to the Department Manager, Mechanical, the Apprentice Millwright will work on varying projects and teams to complete new installations, maintenance, and repairs. This position will provide the apprentice with experience working in commercial and industrial buildings.   Key responsibilities include: - Travel to commercial and industrial client sites across the Lower Mainland; - Read blueprints, diagrams and schematic drawings to determine work procedures; - Install, troubleshoot, align and take apart industrial machinery and equipment (such as pumps, fans, ovens and conveyors according to layout plans using hand and power tools); - Proactively assess risks and develop plans to align with safety regulations; - Completion of all paperwork as required.
Job Locations CA-BC-Surrey
Reporting to the President, the Vice President, Business Development is charged with the ownership of revenue generation and financial performance for all operational divisions at Uptime. From the sales pipeline for both new and existing customers, to the development and implementation of ongoing Service Level Agreements, the Director’s key responsibility is ownership of the total customer life-cycle.   This is a varied role that combines strategic planning with operational execution - perfect for an adaptable individual that will thrive in an agile environment that requires one eye on the overarching business at a high level, and another on individual customers and key BD opportunities.     The VP, Business Development’s key responsibilities include:   Business Development & Revenue Generation - Responsible for the achievement of revenue generation targets from a mix of existing and new customers across all service areas and specializations; - Maximize revenue generation potential by forging long-term relationships with key accounts and identifying and capitalizing on multi-trade opportunities; - Maintain awareness of the complete existing customer portfolio, customer and industry analytics and trends, year over year performance, project win rates, and other key lead indicators; - Oversight of Customer Segmentation and pricing strategy, and approval of all bids/proposals to ensure margin targets are achieved; - Identification, design, and implementation of new strategies, new market opportunities, and refined sales and marketing processes; - Ownership of the curation and implementation of the customer experience across all channels; - Champion the strategic alignment of Business Development initiatives and production with department leads, management, and site leads to ensure the current and future revenue pipeline can be efficiently managed and capitalized on; - Actively forge relationships with marquee clients, driving partnership growth opportunities; - Manage all internal marketing activities and external marketing resources; - Ownership of customer retention and satisfaction rates, and management of escalated customer issues; - Manages CRM data integrity and regularly analyzes metrics and KPIs to drive meaningful reporting and develop customer insights.   Leadership - Mentor, train, and coach a diverse team of Business Development Managers, Marketing, Technical Sales, and Inside Sales; - Develop, monitor and refine Business Development team targets and KPI’s, and continually manage team activities to drive results; - Actively partner with BDMs on new client development, strategic planning, and the co-creation of vertical and industry based cross-training systems and programs; - Partner with BDMs to maximize revenue generation from their individual existing customer base, and analyze the ROI of team activities to provide data-based direction and training; - Build individual and team-based revenue generation plans, inclusive of target markets, team capabilities and specializations, and operational capacity; - Partner with Human Resources to lead the hiring, training, employee development, and performance management programs within the BD Team; - Align Business Development objectives and priorities with the long-term business strategy, and effectively communicate the strategy and priorities to the broader organization; - Takes ownership of CRM data integrity and ensures the team is accurately capturing customer insights; - As a member of the Senior Leadership team, add value from BD and customer insights to executive level analysis, planning, and strategic decision making.    Partnerships - Serve as the primary partner to the President and Operational Leadership in developing and articulating a customer growth and diversification strategy; - Work closely with Operational Leaders to source customer insights, manage escalated customer issues, clarify expectations and service delivery capabilities, and plan project bids and starts in accordance with capacity; - Partner with Finance to contribute to the budgeting, forecasting and annual operating plan processes; - Work closely with the Management Team and internal business intelligence resources to identify and capitalize on market trends, customer insights, emerging technologies, our competitive advantages, and existing customer opportunities; - Champion Business Development best practices throughout the organization at all levels. - Partner with key clients and industry leaders to develop and refine service offerings to better match customer needs; - Actively build external partnerships with industry associations and attend key industry events; - Leverage external databases, partnerships and resources to develop business intelligence; - Identify and evaluate partner and referral opportunities.
Job Locations CA-BC-Vernon
Reporting to the Mechaical Foreman and Operations Manager, the Millwright duties will range from planned work order execution to troubleshooting and repairs. You will be responsible for diagnosing and ensuring client concerns are resolved in a timely manner.     Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Travel to a variety of customer sites in different industries to execute planned maintenance, troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair (or schedule for repair); - Observe, test, and install newly built machinery; - Assist with the facility relocations, installations, setup and remediation work; - Interpret and study blueprints to determine correct installation and operation of machinery; - Safely perform and diagnose preventative maintenance work in an efficient method to minimize machine downtime; - Maintain the highest possible standard in all customer communication setting expectations and managing the customer experience throughout.
Job Locations CA-BC-Vernon
Reporting to the Foreman, Electrical, the Journeyperson Electrician will work on various projects including new equipment installation, system or component repair, maintenance projects, facility moves, and component or system upgrades. You will be responsible for diagnosing and ensuring client concerns are resolved in a timely manner.     Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Traveling to industrial and commercial client sites across the Okanagan; - Installing and troubleshooting electrical equipment, such as fire alarms, electrical conduits, with blueprints and schematics; - Proactively assess risks and develop plans to align with safety regulations; - Supervising and mentoring apprentices when necessary; - Completion of all paperwork as required.
Job Locations CA-BC-Vernon
Reporting to the Operations Manager, Okanagan, the Journeyman Millwright will be working at various customer sites across the Okanagan Valley. If you love your current employer but want to venture out and try something new, this might be for you! This temporary or permanent part time employment opportunity provides a chance to supplement your existing position with extra weekend work. If you are interested in coming on board on a full time basis, there may be an opportunity to do so as well. Your duties will range from planned work order execution to troubleshooting and repairs. You will be responsible for diagnosing and ensuring customer concerns are resolved in a timely manner.   Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Observe, test, and install newly built machinery; - Cleaning, lubricating and performing other routine maintenance work on machineries; - Interpret and study blueprints to determine correct installation and operation of machinery; - Safely perform and diagnose preventative maintenance work in an efficient method to minimize machine downtime.