Utility Service Mechanic

Surrey, BC


Perform annual inspections of utility equipment such as digger derricks, aerial trucks, and ladder trucks. Log and repair deficiencies to high-quality standards for tracking and safety purposes. This job requires skill and attention to detail for a high safety factor. Training can be provided to assist in passing the Canadian Utility Fleet Mechanic certification.

Typical duties include but not limited to:

  • Utility equipment installation, repair, and servicing
  • Ensure adherence to pre-established standards of performance
  • Operate workshop lifting devices


  • Ability to work both independently, as well as in a team environment
  • Previous experience diagnosing, servicing, and/or installing utility equipment is a must
  • Ability to demonstrate a qualified understanding of hydraulic systems and the ability to read hydraulic schematics is required
  • A strong understanding of electrical systems and troubleshooting as it relates to truck equipment is considered an asset
  • An understanding of CSA standards C225-10 & Z150 would be considered an asset
  • Valid BC Class 5, air brake endorsement, driver’s license or equivalent
  • Interprovincial Red Seal considered an asset, Journey-person ticket
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong commitment to safety
  • Detail-oriented, dependable, and punctual
  • Ideally, be computer literate
  • Knowledge of the Utility industry

The ideal candidate should have a proven track record of employment, ideally in a similar industry, a full driving license, a desire to work to a high quality with an understanding of customer service and satisfaction, and be self-motivated. Training and product familiarization will be provided to the successful candidate. We thank all who apply, however, only those who are qualified for the position will be contacted.

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