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Alberta Council of Turnaround Industry Maintenance Stakeholders

SERVING CENTRAL & NORTHERN ALBERTA

Our participating owners (Shell, Suncor, Syncrude) will be having turnarounds/shutdowns commencing in the Spring of 2020. These owners’ sites are based out of Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta and Fort McMurray, Alberta.

ACTIMS goal is to ensure that the owner stakeholder’s turnarounds and ongoing maintenance projects are fully staffed with skilled, qualified, experienced, professional tradespeople.

Due to the high volume of applications submitted, only those individuals whose skills and experience meet the requirements will be contacted.

Job Opportunities

Duties:

Boilermakers build, erect, repair, test and maintain all types of boilers, tanks, and pressure vessels, and perform all types of structural and plate work on dust, air, gas, steam, oil, water and other liquid-tight pressure vessels.

Boilermakers also erect and install boilers, sometimes working on scaffolds, and repair and maintain existing boilers and related metal products.

To fabricate and repair boilers, tanks, heat exchangers, fired heaters, reactors and other pressure vessels, boilermakers:

  • Develop a layout and plan the sequence of work to be done
  • Layout plate, sheet steel or other heavy metal, and locate and mark bending and cutting lines
  • Shape the metal using metalworking machines such as shears and drill presses
  • Cut metal plate and brackets using an oxy-fuel torch, and chip and grind parts to shape for fitting together
  • Fit and tack weld parts together using electric arc welding equipment

Working Conditions:

Boilermakers generally work on construction sites.  Working conditions are often cramped, dirty and involve exposure to chemical vapours, wetness or high noise levels.  The normal workweek is 40 hours, but some overtime may be required.

There is always some risk of injury involved in working with heavy equipment, especially when working at considerable heights.

Project:

  • Suncor
  • Syncrude

Shift:

  • 1o hour shift - Days/Nights

Pay Rate:
$44.81

Notes:
Camp Accommodation

Preferred Skills:

  • Journeyman
  • 3rd Year Apprentice
  • 2nd Year Apprentice
  • 1st Year Apprentice

Project:

  • Suncor
  • Syncrude

Shift:

  • 10 hour shift - Days/Nights

Pay Rate:
$44.81

Notes:
Camp Accommodations

Preferred Skills:

  • Journeyman
  • 'B' Pressure Welder
  • TIG Alloy

Duties:

Steamfitter/Pipefitters lay out, assemble, fabricate, maintain and repair piping systems that carry water, steam, chemicals or fuel used in heating, cooling, lubricating and other processes.

To install a typical piping system in a commercial building or industrial plant, Steamfitter/Pipefitters:

  • Study blueprints, drawings and specifications to determine the type of pipe and tools to use, and lay out the sequence of tasks
  • Sometimes make detailed sketches for pipe and equipment fabrication and installation, as required
  • Measure, cut, thread, groove, bend, assemble and install metal, plastic, and fibreglass pipes, valves and fittings
  • Join pipe sections, related equipment and secure in position
  • Use testing equipment to check systems for leaks

Steamfitter/Pipefitters also remove and replace worn components, do general maintenance work and may work on plant shutdowns.

Working Conditions:

Steamfitter/Pipefitters work both indoors and outdoors at physically demanding tasks that often require climbing.  They work approximately 40 hours per week, with overtime sometimes required to meet construction deadlines.

There is some risk of injury involved in working with power tools and heavy equipment.

Project:

  • Suncor
  • Syncrude

Shift:

10 hour shift - Days/Nights

Pay Rate: 
$45.79

Notes:
Camp Accommodation

Preferred Skills:

  • Journeyman
  • 4th Year Apprentice
  • 3rd Year Apprentice
  • 2nd Year Apprentice
  • 1st Year Apprentice

Project:

  • Suncor
  • Syncrude

Shift:

10 hour shift - Days/Nights

Pay Rate: 
$45.79

Notes:
Camp Accommodation

Preferred Skills:

  • Journeyman
  • 'B' Pressure Welder
  • TIG Alloy

Duties:

Crane and hoisting equipment operators service and operate the hoist and swing equipment used to move machinery, materials, and other large objects.  Hydraulic mobile crane operators service and operate booms that are mounted on crawlers or wheeled frames as well as traveling, fixed or climbing type hoisting equipment with a vertical mast or tower and a jib.

Operators manipulate a number of pedals and levers to rotate the crane and raise and lower its boom and one or more load-lines.  Some or all of these operations may be performed simultaneously.

Certification is required when operating mobile cranes with a lifting capacity of fifteen tons (13.6 tonnes) and over.  Mobile crane operator also may drive the crane to the job site, rig the machine up (pin the boom and pendant cables and pull the hoist cable in preparation for operation), and set up the machine for the lift (i.e., make it level and stable) using blocking and leveling materials.

Working Conditions:

Crane and hoisting equipment operator – hydraulic mobile crane (hydraulic mobile crane operator) work outdoors, often in noisy, dusty conditions.  A 40-hour, five-day week is normal, but overtime may be required to meet construction deadlines.

Occupational hazards include injuries resulting from power line contact, crane overload, falls, weather conditions or manual lifting.

Project:

  • Suncor
  • Syncrude

Shift:
10 hour shift - Days/Nights

Pay Rate:
$42.36

Notes:
Camp Accommodations

Preferred Skills:

  • Journeyman
  • 4th Year Apprentice
  • 3rd Year Apprentice
  • 2nd Year Apprentice
  • 1st Year Apprentice
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Alberta Council of Turnaround Industry Maintenance Stakeholders