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      • Fort Saint John, British Columbia
      • Contract
      The Contract Professional performs formal management of contracts with medium to high complexity, so that projects and ongoing operations are delivered safely, with quality, within budget, and on time.This is a full.-time, 12-month contract position located in Fort St., John, BC. The shift schedule is 14/7 - accommodations are provided at camp and travel/expense policy will apply.AdvantagesOpportunity working for one of B.C.’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for four years in a row.Responsibilities• Perform contract management activities by applying expert knowledge of contract management practices while working effectively with cross-functional teams.• Ensure the company and suppliers fulfill their contractual obligations by monitoring contract performance, identifying issues, taking timely action to resolve issues, and communicating with stakeholders to minimize risk and maximize supplier performance.• Establish and maintain a meaningful relationship between suppliers, stakeholders, and the supply chain organization through activities such as timely communication, resolution of issues, and relevant reporting enabling the successful implementation of sourcing initiatives.• Forecast, monitor, and report on contract usage to ensure the contract and finance control policies and budget requirements are met.• Provide guidance and advice to client groups in the sourcing, procurement, and management of goods and services contracts using excellent knowledge of public sector procurement law, and the application of supply chain concepts to get the best value for the company. QualificationsEducation and Skills• A minimum nine (9) years of contract management work experience.• Bachelor’s degree in Business, Law, Economics, or related discipline, or equivalent• Valid class 5 drivers• Comfortable with completing contract administration tasks• Good working knowledge on Microsoft office suite of products• Experience with post-award contract management is an asset • Certificate in Project Management, Supply Chain Management or equivalent, an assetSummaryIf you would like to be considered for this Contracts Professional opportunity in BC, please forward your resume via email to Dora Pang, dora.pang@randstad.ca or call 236-334-4381.Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. In addition to our deep commitment to respecting human rights, we are dedicated to positive actions to affect change to ensure everyone has full participation in the workforce free from any barriers, systemic or otherwise, especially equity-seeking groups who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce, including those who identify as women or non-binary/gender non-conforming; Indigenous or Aboriginal Peoples; persons with disabilities (visible or invisible) and; members of visible minorities, racialized groups and the LGBTQ2+ community.Randstad Canada is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace for all its candidates and employees by supporting their accessibility and accommodation needs throughout the employment lifecycle. We ask that all job applications please identify any accommodation requirements by sending an email to accessibility@randstad.ca to ensure their ability to fully participate in the interview process.
      The Contract Professional performs formal management of contracts with medium to high complexity, so that projects and ongoing operations are delivered safely, with quality, within budget, and on time.This is a full.-time, 12-month contract position located in Fort St., John, BC. The shift schedule is 14/7 - accommodations are provided at camp and travel/expense policy will apply.AdvantagesOpportunity working for one of B.C.’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for four years in a row.Responsibilities• Perform contract management activities by applying expert knowledge of contract management practices while working effectively with cross-functional teams.• Ensure the company and suppliers fulfill their contractual obligations by monitoring contract performance, identifying issues, taking timely action to resolve issues, and communicating with stakeholders to minimize risk and maximize supplier performance.• Establish and maintain a meaningful relationship between suppliers, stakeholders, and the supply chain organization through activities such as timely communication, resolution of issues, and relevant reporting enabling the successful implementation of sourcing initiatives.• Forecast, monitor, and report on contract usage to ensure the contract and finance control policies and budget requirements are met.• Provide guidance and advice to client groups in the sourcing, procurement, and management of goods and services contracts using excellent knowledge of public sector procurement law, and the application of supply chain concepts to get the best value for the company. QualificationsEducation and Skills• A minimum nine (9) years of contract management work experience.• Bachelor’s degree in Business, Law, Economics, or related discipline, or equivalent• Valid class 5 drivers• Comfortable with completing contract administration tasks• Good working knowledge on Microsoft office suite of products• Experience with post-award contract management is an asset • Certificate in Project Management, Supply Chain Management or equivalent, an assetSummaryIf you would like to be considered for this Contracts Professional opportunity in BC, please forward your resume via email to Dora Pang, dora.pang@randstad.ca or call 236-334-4381.Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. In addition to our deep commitment to respecting human rights, we are dedicated to positive actions to affect change to ensure everyone has full participation in the workforce free from any barriers, systemic or otherwise, especially equity-seeking groups who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce, including those who identify as women or non-binary/gender non-conforming; Indigenous or Aboriginal Peoples; persons with disabilities (visible or invisible) and; members of visible minorities, racialized groups and the LGBTQ2+ community.Randstad Canada is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace for all its candidates and employees by supporting their accessibility and accommodation needs throughout the employment lifecycle. We ask that all job applications please identify any accommodation requirements by sending an email to accessibility@randstad.ca to ensure their ability to fully participate in the interview process.
      • Fort Saint John, British Columbia
      • Contract
      This is a Construction Officer opportunity in BC. with the largest power distribution organization in British Columbia and been recognized for excellence and been named one of B.C.’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for four years in a row.This is a full-time, 8-month contract located in Fort St. John, BC.The Construction Officer Level 3 acts as construction site coordinator and inspector on multiple or large civil, electrical, and/or mechanical projects to ensure the work, materials, progress, and cost meet the expectations.AdvantagesThis is a Construction Officer opportunity in BC. with the largest power distribution organization in British Columbia and been recognized for excellence and been named one of B.C.’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for four years in a row.This is a full-time, 8-month contract located in Fort St. John, BC.The Construction Officer Level 3 acts as construction site coordinator and inspector on multiple or large civil, electrical, and/or mechanical projects to ensure the work, materials, progress, and cost meet the expectations.Responsibilities• Inspect construction work which may be on substations, transmission lines, and hydroelectric equipment by using excellent skills in inspection procedures and understanding of construction methods to meet deadlines and comply with building and safety codes.• Ensure work site safety by prioritizing the safe execution of work and performing Safe Work Observations using excellent knowledge in safety standards and regulations to improve safety performance.• Conduct or coordinate site testing, surveying, and estimating activities by using good working knowledge of engineering drawings to enable timely progression of projects. The potential working conditions may include adverse weather and working at heights or underground.• Support contract and/or work order administration by collaborating with contractors and/or the internal construction services to ensure that the work, materials, progress, and costs meet expectations so that projects are implemented as planned.• Act as a subject matter expert by providing advice on complex technical issues to develop future capability.• Respond appropriately to internal and third-party construction inquiries by using excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills to professionally represent the company on-site, as assigned.Qualifications• A minimum seven (7) years of construction experience or equivalent.• Heavy Civil Earthworks experience• Diploma in Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical Technology from an Institute of Technology or relevant trades, apprenticeship courses, or equivalent• Training in contract law• Excellent working knowledge of safety standards and regulations such as Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Standards and WorkSafe Regulations• Advanced English skills for professional environment, written and spokenSummaryIf you would like to be considered for this Construction Officer opportunity in BC. please forward your resume via email to Dora Pang, dora.pang@randstad.ca or call 236-334-4381.Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. In addition to our deep commitment to respecting human rights, we are dedicated to positive actions to affect change to ensure everyone has full participation in the workforce free from any barriers, systemic or otherwise, especially equity-seeking groups who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce, including those who identify as women or non-binary/gender non-conforming; Indigenous or Aboriginal Peoples; persons with disabilities (visible or invisible) and; members of visible minorities, racialized groups and the LGBTQ2+ community.Randstad Canada is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace for all its candidates and employees by supporting their accessibility and accommodation needs throughout the employment lifecycle. We ask that all job applications please identify any accommodation requirements by sending an email to accessibility@randstad.ca to ensure their ability to fully participate in the interview process.
      This is a Construction Officer opportunity in BC. with the largest power distribution organization in British Columbia and been recognized for excellence and been named one of B.C.’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for four years in a row.This is a full-time, 8-month contract located in Fort St. John, BC.The Construction Officer Level 3 acts as construction site coordinator and inspector on multiple or large civil, electrical, and/or mechanical projects to ensure the work, materials, progress, and cost meet the expectations.AdvantagesThis is a Construction Officer opportunity in BC. with the largest power distribution organization in British Columbia and been recognized for excellence and been named one of B.C.’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for four years in a row.This is a full-time, 8-month contract located in Fort St. John, BC.The Construction Officer Level 3 acts as construction site coordinator and inspector on multiple or large civil, electrical, and/or mechanical projects to ensure the work, materials, progress, and cost meet the expectations.Responsibilities• Inspect construction work which may be on substations, transmission lines, and hydroelectric equipment by using excellent skills in inspection procedures and understanding of construction methods to meet deadlines and comply with building and safety codes.• Ensure work site safety by prioritizing the safe execution of work and performing Safe Work Observations using excellent knowledge in safety standards and regulations to improve safety performance.• Conduct or coordinate site testing, surveying, and estimating activities by using good working knowledge of engineering drawings to enable timely progression of projects. The potential working conditions may include adverse weather and working at heights or underground.• Support contract and/or work order administration by collaborating with contractors and/or the internal construction services to ensure that the work, materials, progress, and costs meet expectations so that projects are implemented as planned.• Act as a subject matter expert by providing advice on complex technical issues to develop future capability.• Respond appropriately to internal and third-party construction inquiries by using excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills to professionally represent the company on-site, as assigned.Qualifications• A minimum seven (7) years of construction experience or equivalent.• Heavy Civil Earthworks experience• Diploma in Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical Technology from an Institute of Technology or relevant trades, apprenticeship courses, or equivalent• Training in contract law• Excellent working knowledge of safety standards and regulations such as Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Standards and WorkSafe Regulations• Advanced English skills for professional environment, written and spokenSummaryIf you would like to be considered for this Construction Officer opportunity in BC. please forward your resume via email to Dora Pang, dora.pang@randstad.ca or call 236-334-4381.Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. In addition to our deep commitment to respecting human rights, we are dedicated to positive actions to affect change to ensure everyone has full participation in the workforce free from any barriers, systemic or otherwise, especially equity-seeking groups who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce, including those who identify as women or non-binary/gender non-conforming; Indigenous or Aboriginal Peoples; persons with disabilities (visible or invisible) and; members of visible minorities, racialized groups and the LGBTQ2+ community.Randstad Canada is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace for all its candidates and employees by supporting their accessibility and accommodation needs throughout the employment lifecycle. We ask that all job applications please identify any accommodation requirements by sending an email to accessibility@randstad.ca to ensure their ability to fully participate in the interview process.
      • Fort Saint John, British Columbia
      • Contract
      The Contract Professional performs formal management of contracts with medium to high complexity, so that projects and ongoing operations are delivered safely, with quality, within budget, and on time.This is a full.-time, 12-month contract position located in Fort St., John, BC. The shift schedule is 14/7 - accommodations are provided at camp and travel/expense policy will apply.AdvantagesOpportunity working for one of B.C.’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for four years in a row.Responsibilities• Perform contract management activities by applying expert knowledge of contract management practices while working effectively with cross-functional teams.• Ensure the company and suppliers fulfill their contractual obligations by monitoring contract performance, identifying issues, taking timely action to resolve issues, and communicating with stakeholders to minimize risk and maximize supplier performance.• Establish and maintain a meaningful relationship between suppliers, stakeholders, and the supply chain organization through activities such as timely communication, resolution of issues, and relevant reporting enabling the successful implementation of sourcing initiatives.• Forecast, monitor, and report on contract usage to ensure the contract and finance control policies and budget requirements are met.• Provide guidance and advice to client groups in the sourcing, procurement, and management of goods and services contracts using excellent knowledge of public sector procurement law, and the application of supply chain concepts to get the best value for the company. Qualifications• A minimum nine (9) years of contract management work experience.• Bachelor’s degree in Business, Law, Economics, or related discipline, or equivalent• Certificate in Project Management, Supply Chain Management or equivalent, an asset• Intermediate MS Office skills (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)• Advanced English skills for professional environment, written and spokenSummaryIf you would like to be considered for this Contracts Professional opportunity in BC, please forward your resume via email to Dora Pang, dora.pang@randstad.ca or call 236-334-4381.Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. In addition to our deep commitment to respecting human rights, we are dedicated to positive actions to affect change to ensure everyone has full participation in the workforce free from any barriers, systemic or otherwise, especially equity-seeking groups who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce, including those who identify as women or non-binary/gender non-conforming; Indigenous or Aboriginal Peoples; persons with disabilities (visible or invisible) and; members of visible minorities, racialized groups and the LGBTQ2+ community.Randstad Canada is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace for all its candidates and employees by supporting their accessibility and accommodation needs throughout the employment lifecycle. We ask that all job applications please identify any accommodation requirements by sending an email to accessibility@randstad.ca to ensure their ability to fully participate in the interview process.
      The Contract Professional performs formal management of contracts with medium to high complexity, so that projects and ongoing operations are delivered safely, with quality, within budget, and on time.This is a full.-time, 12-month contract position located in Fort St., John, BC. The shift schedule is 14/7 - accommodations are provided at camp and travel/expense policy will apply.AdvantagesOpportunity working for one of B.C.’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for four years in a row.Responsibilities• Perform contract management activities by applying expert knowledge of contract management practices while working effectively with cross-functional teams.• Ensure the company and suppliers fulfill their contractual obligations by monitoring contract performance, identifying issues, taking timely action to resolve issues, and communicating with stakeholders to minimize risk and maximize supplier performance.• Establish and maintain a meaningful relationship between suppliers, stakeholders, and the supply chain organization through activities such as timely communication, resolution of issues, and relevant reporting enabling the successful implementation of sourcing initiatives.• Forecast, monitor, and report on contract usage to ensure the contract and finance control policies and budget requirements are met.• Provide guidance and advice to client groups in the sourcing, procurement, and management of goods and services contracts using excellent knowledge of public sector procurement law, and the application of supply chain concepts to get the best value for the company. Qualifications• A minimum nine (9) years of contract management work experience.• Bachelor’s degree in Business, Law, Economics, or related discipline, or equivalent• Certificate in Project Management, Supply Chain Management or equivalent, an asset• Intermediate MS Office skills (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)• Advanced English skills for professional environment, written and spokenSummaryIf you would like to be considered for this Contracts Professional opportunity in BC, please forward your resume via email to Dora Pang, dora.pang@randstad.ca or call 236-334-4381.Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. In addition to our deep commitment to respecting human rights, we are dedicated to positive actions to affect change to ensure everyone has full participation in the workforce free from any barriers, systemic or otherwise, especially equity-seeking groups who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce, including those who identify as women or non-binary/gender non-conforming; Indigenous or Aboriginal Peoples; persons with disabilities (visible or invisible) and; members of visible minorities, racialized groups and the LGBTQ2+ community.Randstad Canada is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace for all its candidates and employees by supporting their accessibility and accommodation needs throughout the employment lifecycle. We ask that all job applications please identify any accommodation requirements by sending an email to accessibility@randstad.ca to ensure their ability to fully participate in the interview process.
      • Fort Saint John, British Columbia
      • Contract
      The Senior Site C MCW Construction Manager performs formal management of contracts with medium to high complexity, so that projects and ongoing operations are delivered safely, with quality, within budget, and on time.This is a 6-month contract position located in Fort St., John, BC. The shift schedule is 14/7 - accommodations are provided at camp and travel/expense policy will apply.AdvantagesOpportunity working for one of B.C.’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for four years in a row.Responsibilities• Manage the allocation of materials, financial, human resources by using excellent technical skills in construction methodologies, estimating, and contract management in support of delivering quality projects safely, within budget, and on time.• Ensure work site safety by prioritizing the safe execution of work by performing and giving feedback on Safe Work Observations using excellent knowledge in safety standards and regulations to improve the organization’s safety performance.• Develop comprehensive mitigation plans by identifying, analyzing, and monitoring risks including reputational, environmental, safety, and indigenous relations for effective risk management throughout the project lifecycle.• Contribute to stakeholder engagement by leading the public consultation process on construction activities using expert skills in communication, principled negotiation, and persuasive influencing so that projects are planned and implemented successfully.• Respond appropriately to internal and third-party construction inquiries and escalated issues using good working knowledge of project management and the company policies and procedures to maintain positive, collaborative relationships with stakeholders and First Nations.• Act as a subject matter expert on committees and project teams and advising on complex technical issues to develop future capability at the organization.• Assist the project team by performing various construction support activities such as supporting the management of claims and facilitating cross-functional team collaboration to successfully complete projects.Qualifications• A minimum fifteen (15) years of construction management experience or equivalent.• Bachelor’s degree in Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering or equivalent• Good working knowledge of project management• Excellent working knowledge of safety standards and regulations such as Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Standards and WorkSafe Regulations• Advanced English skills for professional environment, written and spokenSummaryIf you would like to be considered for this Senior Site C MCW Construction Manager opportunity in BC, please forward your resume via email to Dora Pang, dora.pang@randstad.ca or call 236-334-4381.Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. In addition to our deep commitment to respecting human rights, we are dedicated to positive actions to affect change to ensure everyone has full participation in the workforce free from any barriers, systemic or otherwise, especially equity-seeking groups who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce, including those who identify as women or non-binary/gender non-conforming; Indigenous or Aboriginal Peoples; persons with disabilities (visible or invisible) and; members of visible minorities, racialized groups and the LGBTQ2+ community.Randstad Canada is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace for all its candidates and employees by supporting their accessibility and accommodation needs throughout the employment lifecycle. We ask that all job applications please identify any accommodation requirements by sending an email to accessibility@randstad.ca to ensure their ability to fully participate in the interview process.
      The Senior Site C MCW Construction Manager performs formal management of contracts with medium to high complexity, so that projects and ongoing operations are delivered safely, with quality, within budget, and on time.This is a 6-month contract position located in Fort St., John, BC. The shift schedule is 14/7 - accommodations are provided at camp and travel/expense policy will apply.AdvantagesOpportunity working for one of B.C.’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for four years in a row.Responsibilities• Manage the allocation of materials, financial, human resources by using excellent technical skills in construction methodologies, estimating, and contract management in support of delivering quality projects safely, within budget, and on time.• Ensure work site safety by prioritizing the safe execution of work by performing and giving feedback on Safe Work Observations using excellent knowledge in safety standards and regulations to improve the organization’s safety performance.• Develop comprehensive mitigation plans by identifying, analyzing, and monitoring risks including reputational, environmental, safety, and indigenous relations for effective risk management throughout the project lifecycle.• Contribute to stakeholder engagement by leading the public consultation process on construction activities using expert skills in communication, principled negotiation, and persuasive influencing so that projects are planned and implemented successfully.• Respond appropriately to internal and third-party construction inquiries and escalated issues using good working knowledge of project management and the company policies and procedures to maintain positive, collaborative relationships with stakeholders and First Nations.• Act as a subject matter expert on committees and project teams and advising on complex technical issues to develop future capability at the organization.• Assist the project team by performing various construction support activities such as supporting the management of claims and facilitating cross-functional team collaboration to successfully complete projects.Qualifications• A minimum fifteen (15) years of construction management experience or equivalent.• Bachelor’s degree in Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering or equivalent• Good working knowledge of project management• Excellent working knowledge of safety standards and regulations such as Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Standards and WorkSafe Regulations• Advanced English skills for professional environment, written and spokenSummaryIf you would like to be considered for this Senior Site C MCW Construction Manager opportunity in BC, please forward your resume via email to Dora Pang, dora.pang@randstad.ca or call 236-334-4381.Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. In addition to our deep commitment to respecting human rights, we are dedicated to positive actions to affect change to ensure everyone has full participation in the workforce free from any barriers, systemic or otherwise, especially equity-seeking groups who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce, including those who identify as women or non-binary/gender non-conforming; Indigenous or Aboriginal Peoples; persons with disabilities (visible or invisible) and; members of visible minorities, racialized groups and the LGBTQ2+ community.Randstad Canada is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace for all its candidates and employees by supporting their accessibility and accommodation needs throughout the employment lifecycle. We ask that all job applications please identify any accommodation requirements by sending an email to accessibility@randstad.ca to ensure their ability to fully participate in the interview process.
      • Fort Saint John, British Columbia
      • Contract
      The Junior Engineer performs supervised engineering tasks for assignments of limited scope and complexity using standard procedures and techniques to support projects and/or operations at the company safely, with quality, within budget, and on time.This is a full.-time, 12-month contract position located in Fort St., John, BC. The shift schedule is 14/7 - accommodations are provided at camp and travel/expense policy will apply.AdvantagesOpportunity working for one of B.C.’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for four years in a row.Responsibilities• Contribute to the development of safe engineering solutions by performing activities such as studies of limited scope and applying prescribed methods and techniques in solving problems for projects and/or operations.• Assist with specific aspects of more complex engineering activities adhering to prescribed analysis, design, or computation methods by following established practices working under close supervision of a senior professional engineer who reviews work for accuracy, adequacy, and conformance with prescribed procedures.• Participate in engineering practice using initiative and judgment in making a few routine technical decisions, applying standards and following detailed instructions so that engineering standards are maintained.• Perform periodic tasks independently which may include on-site construction quality control and monitoring to ensure design compliance.Qualifications• A minimum two (2) years of in a relevant engineering field or equivalent.• University graduate in applied science or engineering• Registered Engineer-in-Training or Geoscientist-in-Training with Engineers & Geoscientists BC or another jurisdiction and/or eligible for registration as such with Engineers & Geoscientists BC• Familiarity with CAD systems and drawing standards• Ability to use standard industry design/analysis software• Intermediate MS Office skills (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)• Intermediate English skills for professional environment, written and spokenSummaryIf you would like to be considered for this Junior Engineer opportunity in BC, please forward your resume via email to Dora Pang, dora.pang@randstad.ca or call 236-334-4381.Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. In addition to our deep commitment to respecting human rights, we are dedicated to positive actions to affect change to ensure everyone has full participation in the workforce free from any barriers, systemic or otherwise, especially equity-seeking groups who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce, including those who identify as women or non-binary/gender non-conforming; Indigenous or Aboriginal Peoples; persons with disabilities (visible or invisible) and; members of visible minorities, racialized groups and the LGBTQ2+ community.Randstad Canada is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace for all its candidates and employees by supporting their accessibility and accommodation needs throughout the employment lifecycle. We ask that all job applications please identify any accommodation requirements by sending an email to accessibility@randstad.ca to ensure their ability to fully participate in the interview process.
      The Junior Engineer performs supervised engineering tasks for assignments of limited scope and complexity using standard procedures and techniques to support projects and/or operations at the company safely, with quality, within budget, and on time.This is a full.-time, 12-month contract position located in Fort St., John, BC. The shift schedule is 14/7 - accommodations are provided at camp and travel/expense policy will apply.AdvantagesOpportunity working for one of B.C.’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for four years in a row.Responsibilities• Contribute to the development of safe engineering solutions by performing activities such as studies of limited scope and applying prescribed methods and techniques in solving problems for projects and/or operations.• Assist with specific aspects of more complex engineering activities adhering to prescribed analysis, design, or computation methods by following established practices working under close supervision of a senior professional engineer who reviews work for accuracy, adequacy, and conformance with prescribed procedures.• Participate in engineering practice using initiative and judgment in making a few routine technical decisions, applying standards and following detailed instructions so that engineering standards are maintained.• Perform periodic tasks independently which may include on-site construction quality control and monitoring to ensure design compliance.Qualifications• A minimum two (2) years of in a relevant engineering field or equivalent.• University graduate in applied science or engineering• Registered Engineer-in-Training or Geoscientist-in-Training with Engineers & Geoscientists BC or another jurisdiction and/or eligible for registration as such with Engineers & Geoscientists BC• Familiarity with CAD systems and drawing standards• Ability to use standard industry design/analysis software• Intermediate MS Office skills (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)• Intermediate English skills for professional environment, written and spokenSummaryIf you would like to be considered for this Junior Engineer opportunity in BC, please forward your resume via email to Dora Pang, dora.pang@randstad.ca or call 236-334-4381.Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. In addition to our deep commitment to respecting human rights, we are dedicated to positive actions to affect change to ensure everyone has full participation in the workforce free from any barriers, systemic or otherwise, especially equity-seeking groups who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce, including those who identify as women or non-binary/gender non-conforming; Indigenous or Aboriginal Peoples; persons with disabilities (visible or invisible) and; members of visible minorities, racialized groups and the LGBTQ2+ community.Randstad Canada is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace for all its candidates and employees by supporting their accessibility and accommodation needs throughout the employment lifecycle. We ask that all job applications please identify any accommodation requirements by sending an email to accessibility@randstad.ca to ensure their ability to fully participate in the interview process.

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