WATERAX is a tight-knit team, a range of professionals who share the goal
of providing wildland firefighters with the tools they need to succeed.


Type of position: Salaried, full time Salary: To be discussed, based on experience Competitive benefits


Trusted by wildland firefighters around the world, WATERAX sets the industry standard by developing innovative portable fire pumps and water-handling equipment designed to withstand demanding applications and rugged environments. With a time-tested legacy of reliability, WATERAX carries on its mission to place powerful, precision-engineered pumps into the hands of the men and women who need to move water to protect our lives and communities from the ravages of wildfires.

Job Description

Join WATERAX in its mission to provide powerful, precision-engineered fire pumps in the hands of the men and women who protect our forests, our lives and our communities from the ravages of wildfire.

WATERAX believes in creating a stimulating collaborative environment, a place where all team members can share their ideas, exercise their skills and learn new ones, while contributing to our success.

Working in an environment of innovation, dynamism and growth, we are looking to add the services of a mechanic to contribute significantly to the progress of the company.

You are someone with good manual skills, who is methodical and efficient. Autonomous, resourceful, disciplined and a great team player, you are the person we are looking for.

The candidate will be responsible for assembling and testing several types of engines and making the necessary adjustments to efficiently meet production demands and provide a high quality product.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Assemble pumps in the assembly cell.
  • Perform pump and motor repair and certification in the test rooms.
  • Operate various production tools and equipment:
  • Assist the engineering department in the development of new products.
  • Respect the health and safety rules in force.

Education & Experience

  • DEP in industrial mechanics
  • Training in small engine repair, an asset.
  • Minimum of 2 years relevant experience in a manufacturing plant as a mechanic

Skills & Competencies

  • Good experience in general assembly.
  • Good knowledge of the imperial and metric system
  • Ability to read and execute production plans.
  • Understand and respect the route sheets.