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Guideway Service Person Part TIme

  1. Richmond
  1. Transportation

The Guideway Serviceperson is responsible for supporting and undertaking Guideway inspection and maintenance activities that are primarily completed during the nightly system closure.  Guideway Servicepersons work as part of the Maintenance team in ensuring that the guideway, including trackwork, special trackwork, structures, power rail, drainage systems, and other related structures, are maintained in a safe and serviceable condition.  They may also act in a supplementary and support role with other Wayside groups in the maintenance of Power Supply and Distribution systems, Electronic, Vehicle, and/or Building Services systems. 

The successful candidate will be part of the BC Government Employees Union (BCGEU).


  • Perform track and guideway inspections, preventive and corrective maintenance tasks, and guideway cleaning activities.
  • Obtain Permissions-to-Enter (PTEs), Work Zones, and Proceed clearances and escort various personnel and contractors into ATC territory and restricted areas
  • Operate and/or act as Operator Assistant for rail-borne equipment
  • Operate company vehicles, track maintenance machinery and various other tools and equipment
  • Perform other related tasks as required, such as responding to emergencies and other abnormal guideway situations.
  • Assist with the inspection and maintenance of other systems.


  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Valid Class 5 Unrestricted BC driver’s license
  • Proven hands skills experience demonstrated in a technical trade
  • Red Seal certification an asset
  • 3 years maintenance or construction experience in an industrial environment
  • Railway/Facilities maintenance experience an asset

Any relevant combination of education or experience may be considered


  • Must be able to work solid night shifts (2300 – 0500)
  • Must be able to work in an outdoor night environment year round
  • Must be physically fit and capable of performing heavy work
  • Must be able to be assessed and qualify in all PROTRANS BC rules and procedures


Hourly Rate of Pay: $34.81

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