We are THE leader in the Canadian power generation industry – and are growing fast with branches in Mississauga ON, Sudbury ON, Edmonton AB, Calgary AB, Maple Ridge BC, Kamloops BC and Kelowna BC.

We believe that by working as a team, we achieve far more than we ever could as go-it-alone individuals. We believe in bettering the world around us by supporting charities.

To build our team of industry-leading experts, we are always on the lookout for individuals who have the right attitude, a proven track record of hard work, extraordinary achievement, experience in industrial sales and customer or technical service. If you are the best at what you do, please send us your resume and a brief cover letter to careers@totalpower.ca. Indicate the type of job you are applying for in the subject line of the e-mail.


Career Opportunities

Currently Total Power has the following career opportunities. While we appreciate your interest in our company, only qualified candidates will be contacted. You can also connect with Total Power online through LinkedIn.

Generator Field Service Technician - Central GTA

Generator Field Service Technician - Central GTA

Mississauga,

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Respected throughout the industry, Total Power had built its success through expertise, integrity and innovation in providing on-site power solutions.  For more than 50 years, our unparalleled reputation for delivering valuable generator solutions and superior customer service has been built by our loyal customers.  We have grown to become one of Canada’s largest and most well established Critical Power Specialists.  Delivering safe, reliable generator solutions and offering long-term protection for the complete power generating system is what Total Power excels at, every day.

Reporting to the Service Manager, the Generator Field Service Technician will provide superior customer service to clients primarily in the Central GTA area by maintaining, repairing, and testing both natural gas and diesel generators in an efficient and timely manner. 

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Perform emergency service, preventative maintenance, repairs, troubleshooting, and instruction for customer generators as efficiently as possible.
  • Test, measure, and verify electrical component operations, including energized components and electrical fields.
  • Program, test, and connect transfer switches.
  • Program, test, and trouble shoot both generator set and synchronizing controls system.
  • Conduct startups and load bank tests as required.
  • Operate / diagnose engine driven gensets powered by diesel or natural gas.
  • Build strong customer relationships by engaging in positive, professional communications.
  • Maintain all company tools and materials, including an accurate inventory of parts.
  • Communicate with the Supervisor on all aspects of service.
  • Complete required service and equipment performance reports as required.
  • Other related duties as required. 

Education and other Requirements

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience as a generator field service technician.
  • College-level Power Generation Diploma, Certified Mechanic with electrical skills or Licensed Electrician with mechanical skills preferred.
  • A valid ON driver’s license in good standing.
  • Working knowledge of D/C and A/C electrical systems.
  • Mechanical, engine, and electrical trouble shooting skills.
  • Superior customer service skills and track record.
  • Professional verbal and written communication skills.
  • Comfortable using MS Office suite including Outlook suite.
  • Strong time management skills.
  • The ability to work efficiently with minimal supervision.
  • In the case of a power outage or declared State of Emergency by any level of Government in ON, be available for work.

Working Conditions

  • After hours On-Call – Required
  • Heavy lifting and physical exertion is required
  • Ability to work irregular hours / overtime
  • Full time position plus approved OT
  • Willing to work locally and throughout the Province of Ontario
  • Travel will be required. A valid passport and ability to enter the US for factory training may be required on occasion.

Please note that only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. 

Selected candidates with disabilities who require special needs in the selection process will be accommodated to the best of our ability. 

No Agencies Please

Customer Support Specialist - Mississauga

Customer Support Specialist - Mississauga

Mississauga, ON

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Customer Support Specialist (Scheduling and Dispatch)

Respected throughout the industry, Total Power had built its success through expertise, integrity and innovation in providing on-site power solutions.  For more than 50 years, our unparalleled reputation for delivering valuable generator solutions and superior customer service has been built by our loyal customers.  We have grown to become one of Canada’s largest and most well-established Critical Power Specialists.  Delivering safe, reliable generator solutions and offering long-term protection for the complete power generating system is what Total Power excels at, every day.

We are currently looking for a Customer Support Specialist for our Mississauga location.

The Customer Support Specialist is a professional who excels in the coordination of activities to deliver excellent customer service. These activities include responding to customer inquiries and requests for service; technician scheduling and dispatch; co-ordination of equipment and parts for work orders; and other tasks related to managing work orders. To accomplish the requirements of the role the successful individual will have superior customer service and communication skills (with internal and external stakeholders) and a high degree of proficiency related to organization, prioritization, and problem solving.

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Ensure all customer interactions are performed to the expectations of WOW customer service.
  • Efficient scheduling – Dispatch technicians within your territory
  • Emergency dispatching with timely and accurate communication to customers and internal stakeholders.
  • Maintain open communication with Service Managers and Technicians to maximize awareness of field operations and requirements.
  • Confirm availability and staging of all required parts and/or equipment for the Technician at the most efficient pickup point including off-site storage units.
  • Facilitate payment means, pre-approvals, purchase orders, and initiate opening of new accounts.
  • Invoicing – ensure work orders are opened and closed on a timely basis to properly support technicians in field and increase productivity. Verify the accuracy of all work orders prior to invoicing i.e. technician hours, labour rates, and parts used must be accounted for and billed correctly prior submitting the invoice.
  • Coordinating warranty work– ensure work-orders are opened and coded as warranty when applicable and the status of the call is communicated to the Warranty Coordinator. Ensure technicians are aware of time allowed to complete the warranty repair and that necessary approval is received from the manufacturer prior to completing the work.
  • Verifying technician time cards
  • Documentation – as work orders are completed, ensure that any noteworthy information relayed by the technicians are documented accurately for future reference.
  • Other tasks and responsibilities as may be required from time to time consistent with the position of CSS.

Education and other Requirements

  • Minimum 2 years’ dispatching experience in a similar industry.
  • Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot basic questions of a technical nature.
  • Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office, and strong computer skills / aptitude.
  • Excellent customer service experience required.
  • Time management, accountability, and dependability.
  • Excellent communication; verbal and written.
  • Excellent problem solving, negotiation, and decision-making skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills with strong multi-tasking capabilities.
  • In the case of a power outage or declared State of Emergency by any level of Government in Ontario, be available for work

Selected candidates with disabilities who require special needs in the selection process will be accommodated to the best of our ability.

Please note that only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

No Agencies, please

CHP Field Service Technician - Mississauga

CHP Field Service Technician - Mississauga

Mississauga, ON

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Respected throughout the industry, Total Power had built its success through expertise, integrity and innovation in providing on-site power solutions.  For more than 50 years, our unparalleled reputation for delivering valuable generator solutions and superior customer service has been built by our loyal customers.  We have grown to become one of Canada’s largest and most well established Critical Power Specialists.  Delivering safe, reliable generator solutions and offering long-term protection for the complete power generating system is what Total Power excels at, every day.

Total Power is currently looking for a CHP Field Service Technician

The successful candidate will be an experienced Technician who is able to demonstrate strong gas engine / CHP exposure, or a solid heavy-duty engine background, with prior experience maintaining diesel or gas engines and ancillary equipment. The CHP Field Service Technician will be responsible for performing planned maintenance, service and component changes on large gas engines and CHP units. This will include resolving basic mechanical / electrical issues and completing relevant site documentation.

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Perform mechanical & electrical planned preventative maintenance activities on CHP units.
  • Program, test and troubleshoot electrical DC and LV control systems and power circuits.
  • The ability to diagnose and trouble shoot issues with CHP systems.
  • Preform engine trouble shooting, and overhauls.
  • Knowledgeable of Power Generation market and related products.
  • Conduct startups as required.
  • Provide basic standard and metric hand tools typically required by Engine/Genset Technician.
  • Maintain all company supplied tools and materials, including an accurate inventory of parts.
  • Communicate with the Manager on all aspects of service.
  • Complete required service and equipment performance reports as required.
  • Providing the highest standard of service, representing the company positively at all times.
  • Other related duties as required, including support in non-CHP power generation when work load requires. 

Education and other Requirements

  • College-level Power Generation Diploma, or Journeyman Technician in a related field with electrical/mechanical skills preferred.
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience as a Field Service Technician working on, large engines and generator systems.
  • Previous experience with Comap/Motortech control an asset.
  • Previous CHP experience or a very strong commitment and aptitude to learn related skills.
  • Experience with fault-finding, replacing parts, repairing and diagnosing mechanical and electrical failures.
  • Previous experience with CHP engines e.g. MWM, MAN, Jenbacher preferred.
  • A valid driver’s license in good standing required.
  • A self-starter and a team player who can work both in a team environment and independently.
  • Professional verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong computer skills including using MS Office.
  • In the case of a power outage or declared State of Emergency by any level of
    Government, be available for work.
  • Other tasks and responsibilities as may be required from time to time consistent
    with this position and the job description and duties set out herein. 

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 

Selected candidates with disabilities who require support in the selection process will be accommodated to the best of our ability. 

No Agencies please.

Project Manager, Fuel & Exhaust Systems - Mississauga

Project Manager, Fuel & Exhaust Systems - Mississauga

Mississauga, ON

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Respected throughout the industry, Total Power had built its success through expertise, integrity and innovation in providing on-site power solutions.  For more than 50 years, our unparalleled reputation for delivering valuable generator solutions and superior customer service has been built by our loyal customers.  We have grown to become one of Canada’s largest and most well established Critical Power Specialists.  Delivering safe, reliable generator solutions and offering long-term protection for the complete power generating system is what Total Power excels at, every day.  Total Power Limited Installations (TPLI) has been a part of Total Power Group of Companies since 2007. TPLI are experts in Turn-key design build generator solutions.  TPLI will replace existing generator systems with current products and technology to meet all regulatory codes and provide design build expertise on complex power gen projects.  From start to finish, this team has you covered.

TPLI is currently seeking a Project Manager (PM), Fuel and Exhaust System.

The Project Manager, Fuel and Exhaust Systems is responsible for estimating, managing and facilitating TPLI’s project management policies and procedures. The PM, Fuel and Exhaust Systems is accountable for tasks completed within two main areas of accountability; Estimating and Project Management. Within each key area of accountability, the PM, will interact with fellow employees, clients, and associated partners to contribute to the overall success of the project(s).   The key accountability is to take all necessary steps to ensure that fuel system projects are executed and closed on time and on budget with keen focus on customer satisfaction, contract management, change management, and communication management at every stage of the project.

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Site visits and various means of communications will be required to obtain all the necessary information from technicians, suppliers and sub-contractors.
  • Estimate and provide proposals on all inquiries and opportunities.
  • Manage and coordinate project work plans for field crews and onsite start-up meetings.
  • Manage labour cost and labour hour tracking.
  • Ensure all work is done to code compliance and all onsite workers are fully trained and certified.
  • Manage and control applicable parts/ stock inventory.
  • Act as a customer liaison for site meetings, issues, support, etc.
  • Manage internal and external relationships associated with mechanical projects.
  • Subcontractor and General contractor co-ordination.
  • Follow up on all quotations to gain customer approval to achieve annual sales targets. Maintain and update the CRM system and quote log on every proposal.
  • Draft work orders and purchase orders for all approved work.
  • Manage, track and coordinate all activities of each project through order release, technical review, procurement, submittals (drawings & manuals), as built drawings, delivery schedules, invoicing and commissioning.
  • Review customer technical specifications and drawings; provide technical and creative solutions to complex project issues.
  • Establish scope definition and scope of work for projects or proposals including execution planning
  • Manage and control the cost of the projects through execution process in relation to the initial sourcing contract. Prepare final cost analysis for projects after final closure.
  • Oversee accurate and timely ‘submittal/approval’ packages for customers’ and consulting engineers’
  • Review returned submittal drawings to ensure ‘comments’ and ‘change items’ are addressed. Work with consulting engineers as required, managing any changes to the projects’ scope resulting in contract changes.
  • Ensure that all project files are complete with all drawings, warranties, purchase orders and other relevant information pertaining to the project.

Education and other Requirements

  • Successful mechanical estimating or related project management experience required.
  • Oil Burner Technician 1 (OBT1) certification would be an asset.
  • Previous work experience in a service department an asset.
  • Valid driver’s license and ability to travel to various sites is required.
  • Ability to multi-task and simultaneously manage multiple complex / large and small projects with deadlines, deliverables and reporting requirements.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office modules, Microsoft Project, and database.
  • Superior oral and written communication skills are required for managing communications with regulatory officials, clients, suppliers, subcontractors and internal staff.
  • Strong technical background (Electrical installations and equipment, power, lighting, control systems, industrial network and electrical generation).
  • Good familiarity with Canadian codes and national standards, particularly with TSSA standards.
  • Adhere to all Health and Safety rules and recommendations at all times.
  • In the case of a power outage or declared State of Emergency by any level of Government, be available for work.
  • Other tasks and responsibilities as may be required from time to time consistent with this position and the job description and duties set out herein.

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 

Selected candidates with disabilities who require support in the selection process will be accommodated to the best of our ability. 

No Agencies please

Accountant - 12 months contract - Mississauga

Accountant - 12 months contract - Mississauga

Mississauga, ON

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Respected throughout the industry, Total Power had built its success through expertise, integrity and innovation in providing on-site power solutions.  For more than 50 years, our unparalleled reputation for delivering valuable generator solutions and superior customer service has been built by our loyal customers.  We have grown to become one of Canada’s largest and most well established Critical Power Specialists.  Delivering safe, reliable generator solutions and offering long-term protection for the complete power generating system is what Total Power excels at, every day.

We are currently looking for an Accountant to join our accounting team for a 12-months contract at our Mississauga location. The Accountant is responsible for multi-currency bank reconciliations, account reconciliations including intercompany, preparation and analysis of month-end and year-end schedules and working papers, preparation and posting of journal entries.

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:  

  • Reconcile Canadian and foreign currency bank accounts (daily and monthly).
  • Prepare and post journal entries, check and monitor batch postings.
  • Calculate and record accruals as part of month-end close.
  • Reconcile and analyze general ledger accounts, including intercompany transactions.
  • Prepare monthly financial statements for assigned subsidiaries.
  • Prepare schedules and analysis to support trial balances, balance sheets and income statements.
  • Review and analyze monthly project percentage of completion reports and make adjustments as necessary.
  • Interact with other department-personnel to ensure accurate accounting of transactions.
  • Be an effective team member working closely with other members of the accounting team.
  • Assist with year-end audits.
  • Support with other accounting functions, tasks and responsibilities as may be required. 

Education and other Requirements: 

  • Minimum 3 years of progressive accounting experience.
  • College Diploma or Certificate of Accounting/Business is required.
  • CPA designation is considered an asset.
  • Experience in multi-entity and/or multi-branch environment is required.
  • Cost accounting experience is an asset.
  • Excellent computer skills, and excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
  • General understanding of computerized accounting systems.
  • Time management, accountability, and dependability.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • High level of accuracy and attention to detail while working under tight deadlines.
  • Excellent organizational skills with strong multi-tasking and prioritizing capabilities.
  • Resourcefulness and initiative.
  • Strong problem identification and resolution skills.
  • In the case of a power outage or declared State of Emergency by any level of Government in Ontario, be available for work.
  • Overtime as required.

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 

Selected candidates with disabilities who require support in the selection process will be accommodated to the best of our ability. 

No Agencies please.

Senior Service Agreement Advisor - Mississauga

Senior Service Agreement Advisor - Mississauga

Mississauga, ON

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Respected throughout the industry, Total Power had built its success through expertise, integrity and innovation in providing on-site power solutions.  For more than 50 years, our unparalleled reputation for delivering valuable generator solutions and superior customer service has been built by our loyal customers.  We have grown to become one of Canada’s largest and most well established Critical Power Specialists.  Delivering safe, reliable generator solutions and offering long-term protection for the complete power generating system is what Total Power excels at, every day.

Total Power is growing, and currently looking for a Senior Service Agreement Advisor (Central GTA).  Reporting to the National Service Sales Manager, the primary functions of this sales role is to source, promote, quote, follow up and close new maintenance contracts.  As well as support existing customer base as required in the Central GTA territory.

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Achieve monthly and annual new service agreement sales goals.
  • Accurately complete proposals and tender responses to ensure profitable Service Agreements.
  • Perform a combination of inside and outside sales with a primary focus on being outside of the office meeting customers, responding to contract maintenance proposal requests, building relationships and developing new business.
  • Address all incoming calls and requests for new contracts in your area.
  • Develop processes that will increase sales performance.
  • Prospecting new clients includes sales initiation and follow up to promote and assist customers with new maintenance contract needs.
  • Track all contract quotes and initiate frequent follow-ups. Updates to be tracked and listed on opportunity reports. Generate and track quotes out of our CRM system.
  • Recruit customers for CSA 282 training.
  • Learn and understand generator maintenance requirements pertaining to CSA 282/Life Safety generators.
  • Complete customer/contractor prequalification forms along with site pictures and datasheet or help ensure the completion by others.
  • Other related tasks and responsibilities as may be required from time to time.

 Education and other Requirements

  • Minimum 3 years of industrial inside and/or outside sales experience required.
  • Experience in both sales and service departments in a technical environment preferred.
  • Exceptional customer service skills required.
  • Mechanical aptitude and knowledge of electrical theory and engines would be an asset.
  • Minimum college-level courses in sales, business or a related discipline preferred.
  • Experience using sales tracking software preferred.
  • Time management, accountability, and dependability.
  • Excellent problem solving, negotiation, and decision making skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills with strong multi-tasking capabilities.
  • The ability to professionally handle sales rejection required.
  • Experience and confidence in making sales presentations a must.
  • Professional verbal and written communication skills required.
  • Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office program(s) required.
  • A reliable vehicle and suitable drivers abstract is required, as local travel is a big part of the job. Approximately 75% local travel.
  • In the case of a power outage or declared State of Emergency by any level of Government, be available for work.

Please note that only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

Selected candidates with disabilities who require special needs in the selection process will be accommodated to the best of our ability.

No Agencies Please

Accounts Payable Administrator - Mississauga

Accounts Payable Administrator - Mississauga

Mississauga, ON

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Respected throughout the industry, Total Power had built its success through expertise, integrity and innovation in providing on-site power solutions.  For more than 50 years, our unparalleled reputation for delivering valuable generator solutions and superior customer service has been built by our loyal customers.  We have grown to become one of Canada’s largest and most well established Critical Power Specialists.  Delivering safe, reliable generator solutions and offering long-term protection for the complete power generating system is what Total Power excels at, every day.

Total Power is currently seeking an Accounts Payable Administrator to join its accounting team at our Mississauga location. The Accounts Payable Administrator is responsible for full cycle processing of supplier invoices and reconciliation of supplier statements.

 Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Process supplier invoices matching purchase orders, with attention to correcting differences, tax status, pricing, quantities.
  • Interact with other department-personnel to ensure accurate accounting distribution on all invoices.
  • Ensure that all invoices are correctly authorized.
  • Be an effective team member working closely with other members of the accounting team.
  • Reconcile supplier statements in order to identify and obtain invoices not entered in computer system.
  • Complete supplier credit applications providing all appropriate paperwork, and update supplier information in the Business System with address, terms of payment, tax status and contact information.
  • File processed invoices awaiting payment.
  • Compile invoices to be paid in weekly or monthly cheque run.
  • Manage cheque runs and electronic payments with attention to due dates, and discount dates.
  • Match invoices to appropriate cheques and submit for signature.
  • Mail signed cheques and file paid invoices in vendor files.
  • Set up new vendor files for next fiscal year and archive previous year’s files.
  • Maintain WSIB clearance certificates and COI for Subcontractors.
  • Follow all Government tax policies and practices to ensure compliance.
  • Work with the Director of Finance to establish policies, practices and systems to improve the payables function and process.
  • Support other accounting functions, tasks and responsibilities as may be required.

 Education and other Requirements: 

  • Minimum 3 years of Accounts Payable experience.
  • College Diploma or Certificate in Accounting/Business is an asset.
  • Excellent computer skills, and excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
  • General understanding of computerized accounting systems.
  • Time management, accountability, and dependability.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • High level of accuracy and attention to detail while working under tight deadlines.
  • Excellent organizational skills with strong multi-tasking and prioritizing capabilities.
  • Resourcefulness and initiative.
  • Strong problem identification resolution skills.
  • In the case of a power outage or declared State of Emergency by any level of Government in Ontario, be available for work.
  • Overtime as required.

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 

Selected candidates with disabilities who require support in the selection process will be accommodated to the best of our ability. 

No Agencies please.