Job Description

The Maintenance Electrician performs a variety of skilled activities ranging from but not limited to electrical safety improvements, troubleshooting, electrical HV & LV maintenance, machine modification, repair & re-wiring, and projects in the trades of electrical, PLC troubleshooting & programming, variable frequency Drive configuring & troubleshooting, High Voltage (600VAC & 240VAC) & Low Voltage (120VAC & 24VDC) work on all buildings and production equipment owned by the company.


  • Responsible for working safely and following all applicable WorkSafeBC regulation, CSA Electrical code & complying with company policies
  • Oversee the routine and preventive maintenance and repairs throughout all facilities and production equipment, including all interior and exterior common areas:
  • Responds to emergency calls and carries out break down repairs as required on electrical & automation issues
  • Maintains a wide variety of electrical tools in good/safe working condition including annual safety inspections as required by WorkSafeBC Regulation
  • Assists in the electrical design and installation of new production equipment
  • Assists in the re-engineering of existing production lines or equipment to ensure that continuous improvement and/or safety objectives are met
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Minimum 3 years of experience as a Licensed Industrial Electrician
  • Sound working knowledge in all areas of building operations, including mechanical, fire and safety, electrical and HVAC systems, ability to read & interpret electrical drawings and equipment manuals
  • Frequent ladder climbing and kneeling down to repair machinery
  • Exposure to loud noises and required to wear various personal protective equipment while working
  • Must possess strength, stamina, and mobility to perform heavy physical lifting of machinery and parts is essential. Lifting up to 50lbs
  • Able to work indoors and outdoors in all weather conditions
  • Effective time management skills and ability to handle multiple deadlines
  • A valid BC driver’s license is a definite asset
  • Health and Safety knowledge is preferred

Job Type: Full-time

Please send your application to HR@BBTINC.CA with your resume included. We thank everyone for your interest. However, only selected candidates will be contacted.

Position closed.