Facilities Design Technologist

Vancouver, British Columbia


Facilities Design Technologist

  • posted on: 20/01/2014


reference #267768
position type:Permanent

"Must have" skills

(These are skills that are absolutely required by the employer.)

Civil Engineering -(<6M)
Design -(<6M)
Mechanical Engineering -(<6M)

"Nice to have" skills

(These are skills the employer would like to have, but would be willing to go without.)

AutoCad -(<6M)
Fluid Mechanics -(<6M)


Our client is currently seeking a Civil Engineering Design Technologist for a full-time position commencing in the spring of 2014.

Typical assignments include:
•Preliminary design of engineering works including preparation of drawings, assessments, reports and cost estimates;
•Detailed design of engineering works including preparation of construction drawings, calculations, sketches, and technical specifications;
•Services during tendering of works;
•Inspection and services during construction including checking shop drawings, inspecting construction work, and contract administration;
•Serving as a surveyor's assistant;
•Preparation of proposals and budgets;
•Client relationships and management consistent with assigned projects;
•Preparation and management of project marketing materials; and
•Other duties within the Facilities Design Sector of KWL.
•Travel within B.C. may be required and a driver’s license is mandatory.

The right person:
A positive and motivated personality! You have completed a Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology and have aspirations to begin a career in the field of municipal engineering.
The applicant must have an interest in design, construction, fluid dynamics, hydraulics, open channel hydraulics, municipal services, structural design and drafting. Knowledge of civil and mechanical design principles would be considered an asset.
Experience using AutoCAD, Civil 3D, and Microsoft Office is mandatory, familiarity with other software programs would be considered as asset.

If you feel qualified for this position please contact:
Robert O’Neill