AACI is a federally incorporated Corporation based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada that mainly serves as a human resource agency sourcing workers from around the globe for work in Alberta.
H.E. TECH / MECHANIC Duties
- repair and overhaul on-highway vehicles.
- Maintenance and repair of vehicles and equipment may include:
·internal combustion engines and components, both stationary and mobile
·on-highway vehicles, commonly called trucks and buses
· Some truck and transport mechanics work in modern laboratories.
· Others work at construction or industrial sites, sometimes outdoors in all types of weather conditions.
· Travel requirements and hours of work also vary.
· There is some risk of injury involved in working with heavy equipment and power tools. However, proper safety standards are maintained at all times.
Skills and Abilities
- good vision, hearing and sense of smell to diagnose problems
- the strength and stamina required to work with heavy equipment and work in cramped or awkward positions
- the ability to work alone or as part of a team
- mechanical ability and an interest in all types of machinery and engines, electronics and precision equipment
Qualification for an Alberta Certificate
· have at least 6,750 hours and 54 months of ‘hands-on’ work experience as a truck and transport mechanic
· passed the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with minimum grade of 5.0
Time spent on supervisory or foreman duties, counter work, heading the tool crib, or on a training course is NOT counted as ‘hands-on’ work experience.
1. Detailed resume with picture and job description ( in WORD FORMAT)
Interested applicants may send the ff:
2. Verifiable employment certificates
3. Diploma and transcript of records
4. Valid passport (colored copy)
5. EILTS result (grade 5.0)