Permanent - Full Time
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Our challenging careers will help you grow while being surrounded by a fully-committed team, committed to safety, openness, collaboration and accountability. If you’re someone who thrives in a team environment and doesn’t shy away from a good challenge, join us!
Apply no later than 06/25/2023 to be considered for this opportunity.
This is a safety-sensitive position, the successful candidate(s) will be required to successfully complete mandatory pre-employment drug and alcohol testing to comply with SaskPower’s Fit for Duty Policy.
The Engineer, Electrical & Control Engineering is accountable to research, develop and implement tasks, methodologies, and practices for the corporation. As a member of SaskPower’s management team, this position is responsible for assisting with and/or preparing technical studies, business cases, designs, specifications, tender evaluations, and equipment and construction drawings. This position will prepare project plans, costs, and schedules and provide contract management and project coordination services, ensuring alignment with departmental and corporate strategic goals and objectives.
Learn and become familiar with assigned technical tasks, methodologies, and practices
- Provide assistance and prepare project plans and monitor project costs and schedules
- Provide technical assistance for construction, commissioning, and operations
- Perform technical and economic analysis of alternative solutions for project business cases, and make recommendations on courses of action
- Prepare project plans, monitor costs and schedules, and initiate corrective action as appropriate
- Provide direction for construction and commissioning projects and initiatives
- Develop criteria, guidelines, standards, and new practices based upon codes, technologies, and methodologies
- Provide direction to technologists, technicians, consultants, and management staff
- Provide direction to staff, consultants and other external technical agencies as required
- Other related duties as assigned
- Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering in Electrical
- Eligible for membership in the Association of Professional Engineers of Saskatchewan (APEGS)
- Professional Engineering Designation - P. Eng is required
- 5+ years of relevant experience in a combination of the following engineering tasks: planning facilities, providing design, construction, operations, commissioning, contract management and coordination of projects
- Demonstrated competency in engineering/industry standards, as well as internal processes and procedures
- Ability to mentor, coach, and support Engineers-In-Training
- Results oriented thinker, with the ability to manage and provide advice regarding complex and confidential issues with sensitivity and professionalism
- Ability to work and manage in a changing environment
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
- Excellent facilitation, project management and decision-making skills
- Ability to foster a culture focused on safety, innovation, and teamwork
- Demonstrated skill in SaskPower's Competencies
- Must have a continuing record of professional development
Candidates under consideration may be required to participate in an assessment process consisting of any/all of the following: interview, abilities test, case study and/or presentation.
SaskPower has identified competencies that enable performance and success within each out of scope role at SaskPower. For more information on these job family competencies and those that relate to the position that you are applying on, please visit: https://www.saskpower.com/Careers/Join-Our-Team/competencies
SaskPower offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Diversity and inclusion are also a priority for us. At SaskPower, we are committed to creating an inclusive workplace and having a workforce representative of the communities we serve. We are committed to selections based on merit and to the full participation of diversity groups. These groups include the four equity groups recognized by the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission: Indigenous Peoples, Members of Visible Minority Groups / Racialized Groups, Persons with Disabilities and Women in Under-Represented Roles, as well as LGBTQ persons and Newcomers to Saskatchewan. Visit our website for details.
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Please apply by 06/25/2023.