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1. Bus mechanic

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Maintaining, repairing, and servicing Canada's fleet of buses, you will work in a shop environment or from a field service vehicle. Your work will include everything from routine maintenance and inspection of buses to complete engine, transmission or transaxle rebuilds, on-the-spot troubleshooting and roadside repair work.

You will work with buses and other vehicles which form part of the bus company's fleet - service trucks, cars, and more.


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Bottom line? You'll use your knowledge as a heavy equipment mechanic to be responsible for the safe, efficient, and reliable operation of the vehicles under your care.

    Benefits

  • Steady pay and good benefits
  • Independent work and responsibility
  • Ongoing training programs

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