Stationary Engineer

Stationary Engineer

Nature of the work*

The principal and customary work of an employee in this class of employment consists in being responsible for operating a heating and steam engine system governed by law.

This class of employment also includes the employee who, in addition, carries out the duties listed above in connection with the refrigeration equipment governed by law.

Characteristic functions

The employee in this class of employment carries out the necessary work prescribed by law and the regulations applicable to the systems for which he or she is responsible.

He or she may carry out duties, such as changing filters, belts or any other defective part of the heating, refrigeration or ventilation system, as needed. He or she carries out the required maintenance, lubrication and repairs.

As part of his or her duties, the employee may be required to coordinate the work of support staff, take part in staff training, distribute the work and ensure that it is completed.

If need be, he or she performs any other related duty.

Required qualifications

Have the pertinent legal qualifications for the systems for which he or she is responsible.

*The nature of the work, the characteristic duties and the qualifications required are taken from the Classification Plan

Rates and steps (dollars)

Rates
2016-03-31
2016-04-01 to
2017-03-31
2017-04-01 to
2018-03-31
2018-04-01 to
2019-04-01
Rates as of
2019-04-02#
Class 4 19,18 19,47 19,81 20,21 23,87
Class 3 21,25 21,57 21,95 22,39 23,87
Class 2 23,36 23,71 24,12 24,60 24,76
Class 1 24,11 24,47 24,90 25,40 25,77

#In 2019, the new salary structure will apply.  This is why class 3 and 4 salary increases are above average. More details on the new salary structure (in French).

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