Mother &Child Program


Your mission


As a maintenance worker, you will be responsible for carrying out tasks that have an impact on the environmental quality of work, while applying established safety standards. You'll perform a variety of maintenance and repair work in the various building trades.


Your daily routine

  • Perform preventive maintenance on buildings, furniture, and equipment: Keeps an up-to-date record of requests made.
  • Ensure that work is carried out in accordance with safety rules and accident prevention: Monitors compliance with fire prevention standards (emergency exits, emergency lighting, etc.).
  • Conduct maintenance and repair of buildings by undertaking tasks related to electricity, plumbing, carpentry, and other areas: Applies technical building knowledge.
  • Follow-up on inspections and periodic maintenance of specialized equipment such as fire extinguishers, sprinklers, alarm systems, and ventilation systems: Verifies control and inspection dates by internal and external authorities.
  • Maintain proper adjustment of heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems: Adjusts temperatures according to changes in the climate.
  • Maintain relationships with local contractors: Follows up with suppliers on a project-by-project basis.
  • Maintain tools and machinery and keep inventory: Orders the materials required for work and replaces obsolete equipment.
  • Plan and distribute work based on the services to be offered: Organizes and prepares materials for the day (based on priorities).
  • Monitor the maintenance of various vehicles at the center: Reports anomalies for repair.
  • Related tasks: Performs other tasks at the request of the immediate supervisor.


Your experiences

  • High school diploma;
  • Experience in a similar position;
  • Knowledge of computer-assisted maintenance management systems
  • Experience in carpentry, plumbing, and electricity (an asset);
  • Completed WHMIS training (asset);
  • ASP certification (asset) or other certification relevant to the position;
  • Be in excellent physical condition and have good manual dexterity;
  • Demonstrate initiative;
  • Have a valid driver’s license.


Your schedule and your benefits

  • Job Type: permanent, full-time, 37.5 hours per week
  • Schedule: day shift, Monday to Friday - may be required to be “on call” outside of regular working hours
  • Salary: to be discussed based on experience
  • Benefits: 4 weeks of vacation per year, group insurance, company contribution to the RRSP, 13 statutory holidays/year, 7 sick days per year, accumulation of sick hours, Employee Assistance Program (PAE), and more
  • Other benefits: On-site parking, telemedicine, work-family balance, referral bonus, and more


The use of the masculine gender is for the sole purpose of lightening the text and is not intended to be discriminatory.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only selected (or successful) applicants will be contacted.


Mother and Child Center in Little Burgundy
Confidential address, Montreal, Quebec
514 935-3152


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