Overview

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES

Performing inspections, cleaning, troubleshooting, testing, adjustments, maintenance, overhaul, repair and/or replacement of vehicle heating and air conditioning systems and related equipment on various types of revenue and non-revenue rail vehicles
Performing inspections, modifications, adjustments or replacement of electrical and/or mechanical units and components on revenue and non-revenue rail vehicles
Inspecting and maintaining the TR rail vehicle fire suppression system
Performing repairs and completing projects on equipment located in the various carhouses or shops
Demonstrates behaviours that support diversity, inclusion, and a respectful work and service environment that is free from discrimination and harassment. Helps to remove barriers and accommodate employees and customers (within their area of responsibility) in accordance with TTC’s commitments and obligations under the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) and Related Orders, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), and TTC’s policies.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE

Possession of a valid Province of Ontario Certificate of Qualification for a Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic (licence 313A) issued by the Ontario College of Trades, normally obtained through the completion of a Grade 12 education plus the successful completion of the apprenticeship program
Requires a valid class G Province of Ontario driver’s licence
Must pass tests set that correspond in knowledge, theory and practical requirements of the job
Must enroll in and successfully complete the TTC’s Rail Technology program
Successful candidates must attend and successfully complete training programs for forklift operation, lifting devices, safe use of hoists and overhead cranes, fall protection awareness, scaffold safety, spills training, WHMIS, Subway/SRT Rule book and ozone depletion (ODP/CFC) certification, Oxy-Acetylene torch awareness and brazing – torch, as scheduled by management
Must keep up to date with the latest equipment in use on rail vehicles and with the latest testing and repair procedures and equipment

About Toronto Transit Commission

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is North America's third largest transit system and has been recognized as one of the top places to work in the GTA. Guided by a forward-thinking strategic plan, the TTC's vision is to be a transit system that makes Toronto proud. The TTC's recruitment efforts are directly aligned to its mission of providing "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."