Senior Electrical, Instrumentation & Control Engineer
Our Water sector, which brings together many of the world's top engineers and scientists, sees water a bit differently as a holistic system rather than as unconnected networks divided by jurisdictional boundaries. We use this perspective to help communities tap into water's potential. Throughout the life cycle of capture, use, reuse, and discharge, our team optimizes every facet of a water system. Whether a project calls for planners, designers, construction managers, or facility operators, we have the right experts to provide creative, yet practical, water solutions. Through our cost-effective strategies, we're helping communities increase their water efficiency and protect their water resources for future generations. Join our team as we create new ways to tap into water's vast potential.
Our Water group is seeking a Senior Electrical, Instrumentation and Controls Engineer to join the team in our Surrey or Victoriaoffices to provide world class Electrical, Instrumentation and Controls engineering for a variety of clients globally in a dynamic and diversified team environment. Please identify your preferred office in the response. You will work with junior and intermediate engineering and design staff to deliver high quality designs on time and on budget. You will report to the EI&C Team Lead. The preference is to have an engineer who is capable of both electrical and I&C engineering.
- Independently complete EI&C engineering tasks for small projects and lead a small team of EI&C engineers and designers acting as a Discipline Lead for larger projects.
- Prepare responses to RFQs and RFPs for predominantly EI&C projects, and contribute to the level of effort table and write-ups for the EI&C components of multi-disciplinary projects.
- Prepare feasibility, conceptual and detailed design of Electrical, Instrumentation, and Control (EI&C) systems for water and wastewater collection, treatment, and pumping facilities.
- Prepare power distribution analysis and design of Water/Wastewater facility substations, generator systems, grounding, switchgear, motor control centers, variable frequency drives, metering, protection, and controls.
- Instrumentation/Controls analysis and design of facility-wide DCS and PLC-based process automation, data acquisition, trending and alarming systems.
- Design lighting, fire alarm and security systems for Water/Wastewater facilities.
- Prepare reports, studies, specifications, drawings and other design documents.
- Work with and interface effectively with other engineering disciplines (Process, Civil, Structural, Mechanical).
- Complete field reviews of designs under construction, and prepare construction review documentation.
- Participate in commissioning-related activities and provide engineering-level direction to the commissioning team.
The successful candidate willpossess the following qualifications:
- Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited University.
- Registered or eligible for registration with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (APEGBC) as a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) is a requirement.
- Minimum of 12 years of experience in EI&C systems design; relevant experience with Water/Wastewater related infrastructure is considered a significant asset.
- Willingness to provide guidance and leadership for junior and intermediate staff assigned to work on common projects.
- Excellent English communication skills, both verbal and written.
- Strong interpersonal, communication and problem-solving skills.
- Thorough understanding of EI&C design standards; this includes familiarity with power distribution design (up to 25kV) and control systems (DCS and PLC based architectures).
- Sound working knowledge of the Canadian Electrical Code and Microsoft Office software suite. Knowledge of the National Electrical Code is considered an asset.
- Experience in a project management role is considered an asset.
- Good working knowledge of SKM PTW, ETAP and/or EasyPower software is considered an asset.
- Working knowledge of Logix5000 and Concept PLC software is considered an asset.
- Registration or eligibility for registration in the US is considered an asset.
- Field review and commissioning experience is considered an asset.
- The willingness to travel for field reviews and construction support is an asset.
# of Openings Remaining 1
Experience (Years) 15
Discipline Water and Wastewater Engineering
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