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        • North York, Ontario
        • Contract
        RESPONSIBILITIES• Review and compare the existing policies, practices and procedures and complete a gap analysis• Develop new Company standard, practices and procedures based on the completed gap analysis. Typically, these require long term, large scale, complex projects which may affect the planning, design, construction, and maintenance areas of the Company.• Manage the completion of projects using engineering and project management principles. Projects are typically cross-functional and often require forming and leading cross-departmental teams• Work with the various stakeholders in the other departments to ensure the developed content is code compliant, accurate, practical, safe and drive industry best practices.• Support the rollout and implementation of the recently developed standards and procedures• Ensure that the content updates are appropriately communicated, can be practically operationalized, and impacts to our key stakeholders are well understood.• Ensure change management practices are incorporated into high impact projects to help with smooth implementation of newly developed practices.• Complete engineering analysis on our pipeline systems that may require an understanding of operating practices, cost analysis, safety, stress analysis, metallurgy, plastic fusion, welding, or corrosion• Provide technical consultation to corporate, regional departments, and junior engineering staff on complex engineering matters of policy, procedure, or practice.QUALIFICATIONS• Registration as a Professional Engineer.• Graduates of recognized Engineering programs in a discipline of Chemical or Mechanical Engineering• Minimum 5 years relevant industry experience• Proven experience and understanding of pipeline design, pipelines systems codes and standards, construction practices and field operations• Previous project management experience with excellent time management and organization skills• Excellent communication and presentation skillsPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca Advantages• Registration as a Professional Engineer.• Graduates of recognized Engineering programs in a discipline of Chemical or Mechanical EngineeringResponsibilitiesRESPONSIBILITIES• Review and compare the existing policies, practices and procedures and complete a gap analysis• Develop new Company standard, practices and procedures based on the completed gap analysis. Typically, these require long term, large scale, complex projects which may affect the planning, design, construction, and maintenance areas of the Company.• Manage the completion of projects using engineering and project management principles. Projects are typically cross-functional and often require forming and leading cross-departmental teams• Work with the various stakeholders in the other departments to ensure the developed content is code compliant, accurate, practical, safe and drive industry best practices.• Support the rollout and implementation of the recently developed standards and procedures• Ensure that the content updates are appropriately communicated, can be practically operationalized, and impacts to our key stakeholders are well understood.• Ensure change management practices are incorporated into high impact projects to help with smooth implementation of newly developed practices.• Complete engineering analysis on our pipeline systems that may require an understanding of operating practices, cost analysis, safety, stress analysis, metallurgy, plastic fusion, welding, or corrosion• Provide technical consultation to corporate, regional departments, and junior engineering staff on complex engineering matters of policy, procedure, or practice.QUALIFICATIONS• Registration as a Professional Engineer.• Graduates of recognized Engineering programs in a discipline of Chemical or Mechanical Engineering• Minimum 5 years relevant industry experience• Proven experience and understanding of pipeline design, pipelines systems codes and standards, construction practices and field operations• Previous project management experience with excellent time management and organization skills• Excellent communication and presentation skillsPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca QualificationsQUALIFICATIONS• Registration as a Professional Engineer.• Graduates of recognized Engineering programs in a discipline of Chemical or Mechanical Engineering• Minimum 5 years relevant industry experience• Proven experience and understanding of pipeline design, pipelines systems codes and standards, construction practices and field operations• Previous project management experience with excellent time management and organization skills• Excellent communication and presentation skillsSummaryRESPONSIBILITIES• Review and compare the existing policies, practices and procedures and complete a gap analysis• Develop new Company standard, practices and procedures based on the completed gap analysis. Typically, these require long term, large scale, complex projects which may affect the planning, design, construction, and maintenance areas of the Company.• Manage the completion of projects using engineering and project management principles. Projects are typically cross-functional and often require forming and leading cross-departmental teams• Work with the various stakeholders in the other departments to ensure the developed content is code compliant, accurate, practical, safe and drive industry best practices.• Support the rollout and implementation of the recently developed standards and procedures• Ensure that the content updates are appropriately communicated, can be practically operationalized, and impacts to our key stakeholders are well understood.• Ensure change management practices are incorporated into high impact projects to help with smooth implementation of newly developed practices.• Complete engineering analysis on our pipeline systems that may require an understanding of operating practices, cost analysis, safety, stress analysis, metallurgy, plastic fusion, welding, or corrosion• Provide technical consultation to corporate, regional departments, and junior engineering staff on complex engineering matters of policy, procedure, or practice.QUALIFICATIONS• Registration as a Professional Engineer.• Graduates of recognized Engineering programs in a discipline of Chemical or Mechanical Engineering• Minimum 5 years relevant industry experience• Proven experience and understanding of pipeline design, pipelines systems codes and standards, construction practices and field operations• Previous project management experience with excellent time management and organization skills• Excellent communication and presentation skillsPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca
        RESPONSIBILITIES• Review and compare the existing policies, practices and procedures and complete a gap analysis• Develop new Company standard, practices and procedures based on the completed gap analysis. Typically, these require long term, large scale, complex projects which may affect the planning, design, construction, and maintenance areas of the Company.• Manage the completion of projects using engineering and project management principles. Projects are typically cross-functional and often require forming and leading cross-departmental teams• Work with the various stakeholders in the other departments to ensure the developed content is code compliant, accurate, practical, safe and drive industry best practices.• Support the rollout and implementation of the recently developed standards and procedures• Ensure that the content updates are appropriately communicated, can be practically operationalized, and impacts to our key stakeholders are well understood.• Ensure change management practices are incorporated into high impact projects to help with smooth implementation of newly developed practices.• Complete engineering analysis on our pipeline systems that may require an understanding of operating practices, cost analysis, safety, stress analysis, metallurgy, plastic fusion, welding, or corrosion• Provide technical consultation to corporate, regional departments, and junior engineering staff on complex engineering matters of policy, procedure, or practice.QUALIFICATIONS• Registration as a Professional Engineer.• Graduates of recognized Engineering programs in a discipline of Chemical or Mechanical Engineering• Minimum 5 years relevant industry experience• Proven experience and understanding of pipeline design, pipelines systems codes and standards, construction practices and field operations• Previous project management experience with excellent time management and organization skills• Excellent communication and presentation skillsPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca Advantages• Registration as a Professional Engineer.• Graduates of recognized Engineering programs in a discipline of Chemical or Mechanical EngineeringResponsibilitiesRESPONSIBILITIES• Review and compare the existing policies, practices and procedures and complete a gap analysis• Develop new Company standard, practices and procedures based on the completed gap analysis. Typically, these require long term, large scale, complex projects which may affect the planning, design, construction, and maintenance areas of the Company.• Manage the completion of projects using engineering and project management principles. Projects are typically cross-functional and often require forming and leading cross-departmental teams• Work with the various stakeholders in the other departments to ensure the developed content is code compliant, accurate, practical, safe and drive industry best practices.• Support the rollout and implementation of the recently developed standards and procedures• Ensure that the content updates are appropriately communicated, can be practically operationalized, and impacts to our key stakeholders are well understood.• Ensure change management practices are incorporated into high impact projects to help with smooth implementation of newly developed practices.• Complete engineering analysis on our pipeline systems that may require an understanding of operating practices, cost analysis, safety, stress analysis, metallurgy, plastic fusion, welding, or corrosion• Provide technical consultation to corporate, regional departments, and junior engineering staff on complex engineering matters of policy, procedure, or practice.QUALIFICATIONS• Registration as a Professional Engineer.• Graduates of recognized Engineering programs in a discipline of Chemical or Mechanical Engineering• Minimum 5 years relevant industry experience• Proven experience and understanding of pipeline design, pipelines systems codes and standards, construction practices and field operations• Previous project management experience with excellent time management and organization skills• Excellent communication and presentation skillsPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca QualificationsQUALIFICATIONS• Registration as a Professional Engineer.• Graduates of recognized Engineering programs in a discipline of Chemical or Mechanical Engineering• Minimum 5 years relevant industry experience• Proven experience and understanding of pipeline design, pipelines systems codes and standards, construction practices and field operations• Previous project management experience with excellent time management and organization skills• Excellent communication and presentation skillsSummaryRESPONSIBILITIES• Review and compare the existing policies, practices and procedures and complete a gap analysis• Develop new Company standard, practices and procedures based on the completed gap analysis. Typically, these require long term, large scale, complex projects which may affect the planning, design, construction, and maintenance areas of the Company.• Manage the completion of projects using engineering and project management principles. Projects are typically cross-functional and often require forming and leading cross-departmental teams• Work with the various stakeholders in the other departments to ensure the developed content is code compliant, accurate, practical, safe and drive industry best practices.• Support the rollout and implementation of the recently developed standards and procedures• Ensure that the content updates are appropriately communicated, can be practically operationalized, and impacts to our key stakeholders are well understood.• Ensure change management practices are incorporated into high impact projects to help with smooth implementation of newly developed practices.• Complete engineering analysis on our pipeline systems that may require an understanding of operating practices, cost analysis, safety, stress analysis, metallurgy, plastic fusion, welding, or corrosion• Provide technical consultation to corporate, regional departments, and junior engineering staff on complex engineering matters of policy, procedure, or practice.QUALIFICATIONS• Registration as a Professional Engineer.• Graduates of recognized Engineering programs in a discipline of Chemical or Mechanical Engineering• Minimum 5 years relevant industry experience• Proven experience and understanding of pipeline design, pipelines systems codes and standards, construction practices and field operations• Previous project management experience with excellent time management and organization skills• Excellent communication and presentation skillsPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca
        • Calgary, Alberta
        • Contract
        • $26.81 - $29.49 per hour
        We are currently hiring for an LRT Technician for Electrical Testing. This position is located in Calgary. Job DetailsHand on performance of electrical and mechanical equipment trial runs, tests, trouble shooting and repairs Warranty repairEffectively uses a variety of hand, power, pneumatic, and computer diagnostic tools and testing instruments to test and commission light rail vehicles (LRVs)Troubleshoots operational problems and diagnoses problems Practices safe work processes and contributes to the creation and maintenance of a safe working environment for self and othersOther related duties as assigned.Qualifications:Diploma in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering Technology is preferred Or a successful completion of a LRV technician certification and training programHands-on attitude and ability to work with and understand complex machineryExperience performing mechanical, electrical, and electronic diagnostic, testing and commissioning functions on large and complex vehiclesPrior experience working on Light Rail Vehicles or related equipment is highly desirable Candidates who are well immersed with computer applications and at the same time be hands on.Candidates will do testing and troubleshooting of equipment for Light Rail Vehicles.; this requires candidate to be able to navigate through various software applications that are used on equipments and to some degree understand high level of computer /PLC codingAdvantagesOpportunity to work with an International Company with opportunities for advancement.ResponsibilitiesWarranty work on LRV vehicles (Electrical & Mechanical)Hands on use of various power toolsQualificationsDiploma in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering Technology is preferred Or a successful completion of a LRV technician certification and training programOr a Trades background SummaryOur client is looking for candidates who are well immersed with computer applications and at the same time be hands on.
        We are currently hiring for an LRT Technician for Electrical Testing. This position is located in Calgary. Job DetailsHand on performance of electrical and mechanical equipment trial runs, tests, trouble shooting and repairs Warranty repairEffectively uses a variety of hand, power, pneumatic, and computer diagnostic tools and testing instruments to test and commission light rail vehicles (LRVs)Troubleshoots operational problems and diagnoses problems Practices safe work processes and contributes to the creation and maintenance of a safe working environment for self and othersOther related duties as assigned.Qualifications:Diploma in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering Technology is preferred Or a successful completion of a LRV technician certification and training programHands-on attitude and ability to work with and understand complex machineryExperience performing mechanical, electrical, and electronic diagnostic, testing and commissioning functions on large and complex vehiclesPrior experience working on Light Rail Vehicles or related equipment is highly desirable Candidates who are well immersed with computer applications and at the same time be hands on.Candidates will do testing and troubleshooting of equipment for Light Rail Vehicles.; this requires candidate to be able to navigate through various software applications that are used on equipments and to some degree understand high level of computer /PLC codingAdvantagesOpportunity to work with an International Company with opportunities for advancement.ResponsibilitiesWarranty work on LRV vehicles (Electrical & Mechanical)Hands on use of various power toolsQualificationsDiploma in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering Technology is preferred Or a successful completion of a LRV technician certification and training programOr a Trades background SummaryOur client is looking for candidates who are well immersed with computer applications and at the same time be hands on.
        • Victoria, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        We are seeking an experienced Industrial Engineer for our client, a well established and growing, high tech manufacturing client in the Victoria area. The Industrial Engineer will work closely with senior leadership on cost reduction , monitoring and process improvement initiatives for our clients operation.Advantages-Excellent compensation and Benefits package-Relocation assistance available for qualified candidates from other provincesResponsibilities-Work with the departmental leads to identify product cost reductions.-Plan, execute and manage projects to complete through product continuous improvement.-Track, monitor and report the key drivers for cost reduction-Develop standard work standards and line balancing for productivity.-Execute LEAN manufacturing techniques and design.-Optimize workflow and cell designs for throughput.-Develop and sustain employees training and development on lean concepts.-Develop measurement systems supporting lean manufacturing philosophy.-Lead value stream mapping exercises to determine and record business improvement areas.Qualifications-Bachelors or Master’s degree in electronics engineering, mechanical engineering, manufacturing engineering, or equivalent.-Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a high-volume manufacturing operation-Hands on experience in a technical manufacturing production process.-Knowledgeable in semiconductor fabrication processes such as dicing, lapping, polishing, metallization, etc.-Experienced in SQL queries and data analysis.SummaryIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.ca
        We are seeking an experienced Industrial Engineer for our client, a well established and growing, high tech manufacturing client in the Victoria area. The Industrial Engineer will work closely with senior leadership on cost reduction , monitoring and process improvement initiatives for our clients operation.Advantages-Excellent compensation and Benefits package-Relocation assistance available for qualified candidates from other provincesResponsibilities-Work with the departmental leads to identify product cost reductions.-Plan, execute and manage projects to complete through product continuous improvement.-Track, monitor and report the key drivers for cost reduction-Develop standard work standards and line balancing for productivity.-Execute LEAN manufacturing techniques and design.-Optimize workflow and cell designs for throughput.-Develop and sustain employees training and development on lean concepts.-Develop measurement systems supporting lean manufacturing philosophy.-Lead value stream mapping exercises to determine and record business improvement areas.Qualifications-Bachelors or Master’s degree in electronics engineering, mechanical engineering, manufacturing engineering, or equivalent.-Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a high-volume manufacturing operation-Hands on experience in a technical manufacturing production process.-Knowledgeable in semiconductor fabrication processes such as dicing, lapping, polishing, metallization, etc.-Experienced in SQL queries and data analysis.SummaryIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.ca
        • Burnaby, British Columbia
        • Contract
        The Construction Manager Level 2 leads the construction of one or more large projects with high complexity and diverse scope in support of completing projects safely, with quality, within budget, and on time. Ensures that all aspects of construction work and associated activities related to assigned projects are planned in accordance with BC Hydro’s PPM Practices and are carried out effectively in terms of safety, quality, schedule, cost and scope.AdvantagesResource can work from home until covid restrictions have lifted, may be required to come onsite for a few days for onboardingResponsibilities• A minimum nine (9) years of construction management experience or equivalent.• Manage the allocation of materials, financial, and 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 BC Hydro’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 using excellent skills in communication, negotiation, and persuasive influencing so that projects are planned and implemented successfully.• Respond appropriately to internal and third-party construction inquiries using good working knowledge of project management, engineering, and BC Hydro policies and procedures to maintain positive, collaborative relationships with stakeholders and First Nations.• Act as a subject matter expert on committees and project teams to develop future capability at BC Hydro.• Assist the project team by performing various construction support activities such as supporting the management of claims to successfully complete projects.Qualifications• Bachelor’s degree in Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering or equivalentSummary- Must have 9+ years of construction management experience- Experience developing work package agreements and participating in procurement activities for construction contracts- Previous BCH experience is an asset
        The Construction Manager Level 2 leads the construction of one or more large projects with high complexity and diverse scope in support of completing projects safely, with quality, within budget, and on time. Ensures that all aspects of construction work and associated activities related to assigned projects are planned in accordance with BC Hydro’s PPM Practices and are carried out effectively in terms of safety, quality, schedule, cost and scope.AdvantagesResource can work from home until covid restrictions have lifted, may be required to come onsite for a few days for onboardingResponsibilities• A minimum nine (9) years of construction management experience or equivalent.• Manage the allocation of materials, financial, and 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 BC Hydro’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 using excellent skills in communication, negotiation, and persuasive influencing so that projects are planned and implemented successfully.• Respond appropriately to internal and third-party construction inquiries using good working knowledge of project management, engineering, and BC Hydro policies and procedures to maintain positive, collaborative relationships with stakeholders and First Nations.• Act as a subject matter expert on committees and project teams to develop future capability at BC Hydro.• Assist the project team by performing various construction support activities such as supporting the management of claims to successfully complete projects.Qualifications• Bachelor’s degree in Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering or equivalentSummary- Must have 9+ years of construction management experience- Experience developing work package agreements and participating in procurement activities for construction contracts- Previous BCH experience is an asset
        • Burlington, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Our client, a custom machine manufacturer in the Burlington area, has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Project Coordinator to join their team! As a Project Coordinator, you would be responsible of working closely with the Project Manager to prepare comprehensive action plans, including resources, timeframes and budgets for projects.AdvantagesThis is a permanent opportunity with an excellent opportunity for career growth! Responsibilities•Assist the Project Manager in coordinating project activities as liaison between Projects group, Engineering, Production, Quality Assurance and Shipping as well as with vendors and customers. •Independently manage smaller projects from start to finish - communicating with customer and providing detailed scope of work, drawings, budgets and schedules between engineering and manufacturing.•Provide project updates on a consistent basis to various stakeholders about strategy, adjustments, and progress•Ensure that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget•Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation•Maintain and coordinate communication with internal groups with respect to project change orders or other changes in scope•Detect, report, and fix issues whenever necessary•Identify and track project risks with respect to scope, schedule, budget and processes.•Report and escalate to management as needed•Lead daily/weekly stand-ups and meetings•Manage diverse teams and projects simultaneously.•Maintain and update milestone payment tracking and initiate invoicing of project milestones through accounting group.•Ensure that all team members have the required information and resources to carry out their tasks effectively•Work directly with the Customer to ensure that complete and accurate documentation is sent for approvals or other Customer deliverables are sent and received in a timely manner. •Track project milestones and schedule to ensure internal and external Customer expectations with respect to delivery and budget are met.•Assist with drawing releases to manufacturing and maintain revision control of document releases to shop.Qualifications•3+ years of experience in project management/coordination within the manufacturing sector•Previous experience within custom machine manufacturing would be considered an asset•Post secondary education in Mechanical Engineering or related field •Solid understanding of project management methods, methodologies, frameworks, terminology, and processes•Proven experience in creating project-related documents•Highly competent in handling multiple project timelines•Budget management experience•Excellent verbal and written communication skillsSummaryIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today! Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
        Our client, a custom machine manufacturer in the Burlington area, has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Project Coordinator to join their team! As a Project Coordinator, you would be responsible of working closely with the Project Manager to prepare comprehensive action plans, including resources, timeframes and budgets for projects.AdvantagesThis is a permanent opportunity with an excellent opportunity for career growth! Responsibilities•Assist the Project Manager in coordinating project activities as liaison between Projects group, Engineering, Production, Quality Assurance and Shipping as well as with vendors and customers. •Independently manage smaller projects from start to finish - communicating with customer and providing detailed scope of work, drawings, budgets and schedules between engineering and manufacturing.•Provide project updates on a consistent basis to various stakeholders about strategy, adjustments, and progress•Ensure that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget•Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation•Maintain and coordinate communication with internal groups with respect to project change orders or other changes in scope•Detect, report, and fix issues whenever necessary•Identify and track project risks with respect to scope, schedule, budget and processes.•Report and escalate to management as needed•Lead daily/weekly stand-ups and meetings•Manage diverse teams and projects simultaneously.•Maintain and update milestone payment tracking and initiate invoicing of project milestones through accounting group.•Ensure that all team members have the required information and resources to carry out their tasks effectively•Work directly with the Customer to ensure that complete and accurate documentation is sent for approvals or other Customer deliverables are sent and received in a timely manner. •Track project milestones and schedule to ensure internal and external Customer expectations with respect to delivery and budget are met.•Assist with drawing releases to manufacturing and maintain revision control of document releases to shop.Qualifications•3+ years of experience in project management/coordination within the manufacturing sector•Previous experience within custom machine manufacturing would be considered an asset•Post secondary education in Mechanical Engineering or related field •Solid understanding of project management methods, methodologies, frameworks, terminology, and processes•Proven experience in creating project-related documents•Highly competent in handling multiple project timelines•Budget management experience•Excellent verbal and written communication skillsSummaryIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today! Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
        • Ottawa, Ontario
        • Contract
        Under the supervision of the Manager, Maintenance/ Lead Technicians; the Equipment Technician’s primary responsibility is to support and perform maintenance of all Manufacturing equipment and related equipment issues. Duties and Responsibilities•Provides support and performs maintenance for all card Manufacturing equipment & related issues. Monitor, maintain and calibrate equipment in areas such as the card assembly line, HVAC units for card line enclosure, building air compressor, in according with approved procedures•Provides support to daily card production, R&D experiments and potential future projects•Assists in the determination of root cause of failures and problems with automation equipment. Communicates effectively, verbally and in writing, to various groups affiliated with card manufacturing•Assesses multiple process variables and their interactions and then provides a reasoned, rapid response to issues revealed by test results•Troubleshooting and repair of equipment failures and operational problems•Documentation of equipment maintenance activities in maintenance logs •Performs calibration procedures•Provides support as required for equipment mechanical and control system issues•Communicates equipment-related issues with Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering•Creates consumables used in certain automated operations•Complies with documentation requirements to ensure equipment and production records are completed accuratelyAdvantagesKey Contacts•Reports directly to Manager, Maintenance.•Perform shift duties assigned by Lead technician.•Frequent interaction with engineers, Lead technicians, and card production operatorsResponsibilities•Flexibility to work overtime and on different shifts as required•Noisy and fast-paced manufacturing environment•Ability to work independently and take appropriate action as required•Flexibility to respond to a changing and evolving environment including the ability to interact effectively with all levels of the organization •Ability to participate in process, product, equipment, and component validations and verifications (e.g. new product introductions)•Adheres to change control protocols and maintenance procedures typical of medical device manufacturing settings•Excellent oral and written communication skills •Ability to work effectively in a team environment while satisfying personal responsibilities•Ready to speak up about concerns•PhysicaloManual dexterity oAbility to distinguish between coloursoExtended periods of standing and walkingoOccasional kneeling and crouchingQualifications•[Mechanical or Electrical Technician Diploma and/or an acceptable combination of education and experience •Mechanical and/or automation aptitude toward equipment troubleshooting and root cause analysis is considered as key asset•Familiarity with operation, assembly, and maintenance of electro-mechanical equipment•Experience working in a medical device manufacturing or electronic manufacturing setting is considered an asset•Proficient knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.)SummaryIf this role sounds like a good fit for you please APPLY ONLINE or submit your resume directly to Swapna at swapna.nair@randstad.ca Thank you for applying to the role. We’ll review your application and connect shortly if you meet all the requirements.Good luck!
        Under the supervision of the Manager, Maintenance/ Lead Technicians; the Equipment Technician’s primary responsibility is to support and perform maintenance of all Manufacturing equipment and related equipment issues. Duties and Responsibilities•Provides support and performs maintenance for all card Manufacturing equipment & related issues. Monitor, maintain and calibrate equipment in areas such as the card assembly line, HVAC units for card line enclosure, building air compressor, in according with approved procedures•Provides support to daily card production, R&D experiments and potential future projects•Assists in the determination of root cause of failures and problems with automation equipment. Communicates effectively, verbally and in writing, to various groups affiliated with card manufacturing•Assesses multiple process variables and their interactions and then provides a reasoned, rapid response to issues revealed by test results•Troubleshooting and repair of equipment failures and operational problems•Documentation of equipment maintenance activities in maintenance logs •Performs calibration procedures•Provides support as required for equipment mechanical and control system issues•Communicates equipment-related issues with Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering•Creates consumables used in certain automated operations•Complies with documentation requirements to ensure equipment and production records are completed accuratelyAdvantagesKey Contacts•Reports directly to Manager, Maintenance.•Perform shift duties assigned by Lead technician.•Frequent interaction with engineers, Lead technicians, and card production operatorsResponsibilities•Flexibility to work overtime and on different shifts as required•Noisy and fast-paced manufacturing environment•Ability to work independently and take appropriate action as required•Flexibility to respond to a changing and evolving environment including the ability to interact effectively with all levels of the organization •Ability to participate in process, product, equipment, and component validations and verifications (e.g. new product introductions)•Adheres to change control protocols and maintenance procedures typical of medical device manufacturing settings•Excellent oral and written communication skills •Ability to work effectively in a team environment while satisfying personal responsibilities•Ready to speak up about concerns•PhysicaloManual dexterity oAbility to distinguish between coloursoExtended periods of standing and walkingoOccasional kneeling and crouchingQualifications•[Mechanical or Electrical Technician Diploma and/or an acceptable combination of education and experience •Mechanical and/or automation aptitude toward equipment troubleshooting and root cause analysis is considered as key asset•Familiarity with operation, assembly, and maintenance of electro-mechanical equipment•Experience working in a medical device manufacturing or electronic manufacturing setting is considered an asset•Proficient knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.)SummaryIf this role sounds like a good fit for you please APPLY ONLINE or submit your resume directly to Swapna at swapna.nair@randstad.ca Thank you for applying to the role. We’ll review your application and connect shortly if you meet all the requirements.Good luck!
        • Burnaby, British Columbia
        • Contract
        The E3 – Engineer is a fully qualified and accredited engineering professional who applies theoretical and practical knowledge to provide engineering design, estimating, planning, and quality management services for low to medium complexity projects and/or operations safely, with quality, within budget, and on time.Through the CleanBC Plan, the Province of British Columbia has set the path to a more prosperous, balanced, and sustainable future. This includes reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and increasing the efficiency of buildings across the province.The CleanBC Better Buildings Program is funded by the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada under the Low Carbon Economy Leadership Fund and administered by BC Hydro. The Better Buildings program portfolio includes the Custom, Custom-Lite, Commercial Express, and Commercial New Construction programs.This role supports building owners and operators identify greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction opportunities through fuel-switching from fossil fuel heating systems to electric heat pumps and other electrification measures and take advantage of CleanBC Better Buildings incentive programs. The Better Buildings Energy Coach will utilize their technical expertise and customer service approach to identify program participants, promote program incentives throughout the BC building industry, and work with program administrators to continuously improve program offerings.This is a contract position for two years with the potential for renewal. The position is ideally located in the Lower Mainland and the candidate must have the ability to travel throughout the province. The position works closely with BC Hydro and reports to the Ministry of Energy Mines and Low Carbon InnovationAdvantagesWell established companyexcellent compensationworking with highly experienced team membersResponsibilitiesIdentify and target eligible businesses and applicable consultants, manufacturers, and industry associations for participation in CleanBC programs.• Perform on-site or remote investigations and analysis of various small to medium sized commercial building mechanical systems to identify deficiencies and opportunities to fuel switch systems away from fossil fuel to clean, efficient, electrical equipment• Identify projects eligible for CleanBC’s Custom-Lite and Commercial Express Incentives, and work with BC Hydro to facilitate the application process for the potential applications• Provide coaching and support services for prospective applicants, including:o Educating potential program participants on the benefits of fuel switching opportunitieso Performing calculations of energy and GHG savingso Preparing project implementation cost estimateso Provide ongoing program participant support, including support for identifying BC Hydro Alliance of Energy Professionals, reviewing work orders, and assisting with the Program application.• Prepare technical reports and presentations, and present to clients and industry associations on the benefits of CleanBC programs• Work with CleanBC program administrators to continuously improve program offerings by providing valuable market intelligence and technical advice.• Travel as needed to support customers across British Columbia. Overnight travel may be required.You are:• A strong team player• Experienced working collaboratively in a variety of team environments and/or leading a team• A self-starter able to work independently• Experienced or have a strong interest in energy efficiency retrofits/energy auditing• Knowledgeable of the BC Building Code, Vancouver By-Laws, the Canadian Electrical Code, ASHRAE and other applicable codes and standards• Effective interpersonal skills, with the ability to build relationships with potential program participants and partners within BC Hydro and the Province of BC• Professional presence with experience working in customer service and/or sales• A proficient communicator (oral and written) and possess strong technical writings skills in English and have the ability to communicate technical solutions to non-technical audiencesQualifications• Bachelor or Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Energy Management or a related discipline.• Preference may be given to a registered P.Eng with EGBC or Engineer in Training.• Preference may be given to a Certified Energy Manager• Experience in sales or customer service would be considered an asset• 3 or more years of combined HVAC design experience for commercial, residential and institutional buildings, energy auditing and inspection of building HVAC systems• Ability to evaluate mechanical HVAC systems design alternatives that enable energy efficient fuel switching from fossil fuels to clean electricity• Have a passion for sustainability, particularly energy efficiency• Knowledgeable of both national and BC building codes particularly Part 3 Commercial buildings• Up to date with the latest energy efficient heating technologies (e.g. heat pumps, heat recovery systems and heat storages)• Valid BC Driver’s License and your own vehicleSummary? Located in Vancouver? Registered P.Eng. with EGBC? 5+ yrs HVAC design experience commercial, residential and institutional buildings, energy auditing and inspection of building HVAC systems? Knowledgeable of the BC Building Code, Vancouver By-Laws, the Canadian Electrical Code, ASHRAE and other applicable codes and standards ? Passion for clean electricity!Own vehicle and a valid Class 5 drivers license required
        The E3 – Engineer is a fully qualified and accredited engineering professional who applies theoretical and practical knowledge to provide engineering design, estimating, planning, and quality management services for low to medium complexity projects and/or operations safely, with quality, within budget, and on time.Through the CleanBC Plan, the Province of British Columbia has set the path to a more prosperous, balanced, and sustainable future. This includes reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and increasing the efficiency of buildings across the province.The CleanBC Better Buildings Program is funded by the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada under the Low Carbon Economy Leadership Fund and administered by BC Hydro. The Better Buildings program portfolio includes the Custom, Custom-Lite, Commercial Express, and Commercial New Construction programs.This role supports building owners and operators identify greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction opportunities through fuel-switching from fossil fuel heating systems to electric heat pumps and other electrification measures and take advantage of CleanBC Better Buildings incentive programs. The Better Buildings Energy Coach will utilize their technical expertise and customer service approach to identify program participants, promote program incentives throughout the BC building industry, and work with program administrators to continuously improve program offerings.This is a contract position for two years with the potential for renewal. The position is ideally located in the Lower Mainland and the candidate must have the ability to travel throughout the province. The position works closely with BC Hydro and reports to the Ministry of Energy Mines and Low Carbon InnovationAdvantagesWell established companyexcellent compensationworking with highly experienced team membersResponsibilitiesIdentify and target eligible businesses and applicable consultants, manufacturers, and industry associations for participation in CleanBC programs.• Perform on-site or remote investigations and analysis of various small to medium sized commercial building mechanical systems to identify deficiencies and opportunities to fuel switch systems away from fossil fuel to clean, efficient, electrical equipment• Identify projects eligible for CleanBC’s Custom-Lite and Commercial Express Incentives, and work with BC Hydro to facilitate the application process for the potential applications• Provide coaching and support services for prospective applicants, including:o Educating potential program participants on the benefits of fuel switching opportunitieso Performing calculations of energy and GHG savingso Preparing project implementation cost estimateso Provide ongoing program participant support, including support for identifying BC Hydro Alliance of Energy Professionals, reviewing work orders, and assisting with the Program application.• Prepare technical reports and presentations, and present to clients and industry associations on the benefits of CleanBC programs• Work with CleanBC program administrators to continuously improve program offerings by providing valuable market intelligence and technical advice.• Travel as needed to support customers across British Columbia. Overnight travel may be required.You are:• A strong team player• Experienced working collaboratively in a variety of team environments and/or leading a team• A self-starter able to work independently• Experienced or have a strong interest in energy efficiency retrofits/energy auditing• Knowledgeable of the BC Building Code, Vancouver By-Laws, the Canadian Electrical Code, ASHRAE and other applicable codes and standards• Effective interpersonal skills, with the ability to build relationships with potential program participants and partners within BC Hydro and the Province of BC• Professional presence with experience working in customer service and/or sales• A proficient communicator (oral and written) and possess strong technical writings skills in English and have the ability to communicate technical solutions to non-technical audiencesQualifications• Bachelor or Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Energy Management or a related discipline.• Preference may be given to a registered P.Eng with EGBC or Engineer in Training.• Preference may be given to a Certified Energy Manager• Experience in sales or customer service would be considered an asset• 3 or more years of combined HVAC design experience for commercial, residential and institutional buildings, energy auditing and inspection of building HVAC systems• Ability to evaluate mechanical HVAC systems design alternatives that enable energy efficient fuel switching from fossil fuels to clean electricity• Have a passion for sustainability, particularly energy efficiency• Knowledgeable of both national and BC building codes particularly Part 3 Commercial buildings• Up to date with the latest energy efficient heating technologies (e.g. heat pumps, heat recovery systems and heat storages)• Valid BC Driver’s License and your own vehicleSummary? Located in Vancouver? Registered P.Eng. with EGBC? 5+ yrs HVAC design experience commercial, residential and institutional buildings, energy auditing and inspection of building HVAC systems? Knowledgeable of the BC Building Code, Vancouver By-Laws, the Canadian Electrical Code, ASHRAE and other applicable codes and standards ? Passion for clean electricity!Own vehicle and a valid Class 5 drivers license required
        • Edmonton, Alberta
        • Contract
        Job DescriptionHydraulic Engineer – Data Modeling and AnalyticsEdmonton or Calgary, ABContractJob Reference No.: ENBJP00013028Our major client, an energy transportation company with a focus on transportation, distribution, and energy generation is urgently looking to fill a Hydraulic Engineer. Experience within the Liquid Pipeline and Facility Operations is mandatory for the role. You should also have a senior-level competence in hydraulic design and engineering.Description:The primary focus of this position is to provide senior level direction and technical hydraulic engineering expertise to ensure a safe process hydraulic design for the Organization’s Liquids Pipeline (LP) assets.This includes performing steady state and transient hydraulic analysis for new project proposals and in-flight projects from front end, detail engineering, construction and commissioning. And providing hydraulic engineering support to the Athabasca Oilsands Region in the event of operational issues, troubleshooting, or optimization efforts. Job accountabilities will include providing engineering recommendations to mitigate overpressure risk, and leading efforts to coordinate these changes for assets through the Project Gating Cycle or MOC process.Specific Accountabilities:• Conduct hydraulic studies using modelling software to analyze pipeline and facility systems for design and maintenance issues, develop solutions, and issue formal technical recommendations.• Provide senior engineering support by actively participating in hydraulics engineering activities related to operation and help troubleshoot hydraulics problems within assigned asset areas.• Identify and recommend enhancements to the engineering hydraulic standards and specifications.• Review and provide broad technical direction in development of steady state & transient hydraulic analysis models and technical reports. Conduct technical reviews, with a focus on hydraulics engineering, at various stages in project life cycle gating process.• Execute and/or review feasibility studies, conceptual designs, process studies, and detail engineering designs to ensure designs comply with Organization’s quality processes, standards, and industry regulations.• Actively participate in continuous improvement initiatives with respect to hydraulic design and processes.• Maintain and enhance knowledge level with current hydraulics engineering and pipeline design technologies.• Maintain proficiency with the use of in-house and industry recognized hydraulics engineering tools.• Represent the department on selected internal committees. Responsible for ensuring that effective and proactive communication is maintained with all internal and external stakeholders. Initiate and lead meetings, correspondence, and discussions with appropriate teams as required.• Guide project teams to ensure competitive designs and operational reliability.• Support the implementation and execution of technical recommendations.• Liaise with multi-discipline teams to assist with company engineering initiatives.• Actively participate in development of appropriate documentation outlining design parameters, assumptions, and results such that the project scope can be easily communicated to other relevant departments within the Organization. This involves communicating with Project Teams, Operations, Project Development Engineers, and other stakeholders to ensure that technical results are clearly conveyed and understood.• Actively participate in engineering activities to support Project Execution teams in order to ensure that project requirements are met and exceeded where technically justified.• Actively participate in scope development of pipeline and facility projects, and PHA reviews.• Participate and lead Management of Change (MOCs) implementation as it relates to operational changes from hydraulic studies.Scope:• Work on complex technical hydraulic issues to support the safe design and operation of LP assets.• Provide specialized technical process hydraulic knowledge.• Make decisions not usually subject to technical review, except those involving large sums of money or long-range objectives. Participates in and provides support to design, operability, constructability, optimization.• Provide leadership and people skills to support less experienced hydraulic engineers.• Represent the department on selected internal technical reviews and participate in technical discussions to reduce engineering and operating costs and ensure “fit for purpose” design of facilities.• Review and provide technical input in development of Material Balance, PFD, P&ID, Shutdown Keys, control narratives, and associated engineering documents bringing a Process Safety perspective.• Review operational process data to drive technical recommendations and enhance hydraulic studies.• Influencing process safety into project designs, MOCs, asset health, risk management, operational enhancements.• Approving Technical Standard Deviations relative to process hydraulic standards.Contacts:• Liaison with key Internal Stakeholder groups, high collaboration with departments such as (but not limited to): Regional Operations & Maintenance, Control Center, Engineering Services, Development Engineering, Project Integration, Project Execution, Infrastructure Planning, Risk Management, Asset Management, Engineering Services.• Communication may be written or verbal and aimed at technical and non-technical audiences• Accountable to People Leader who provides supervision, direction, and coaching.External Communications:Ad-hoc collaboration with key External Stakeholder groups such as (but not limited to): Engineering Consultants, AER, CER, APEGAWorking Conditions:• During COVID restrictions, encouragement to have a “Work from Home” approach where it aligns with government recommendations.• Otherwise, office environment with periodic travel to Regional field locations or alternate Offices.• Ability to mange changing priorities and lead process hydraulic deliverables with high impact results.• The job operates in a generally safe work environment with a normal amount of physical effort.Required:• Demonstrated senior level technical competence in hydraulic design and engineering within the oil & gas industry.• 7-year minimum of progressively complex hydraulic engineering experience.• Must be registered as a P.Eng. in the Province of Alberta (preference in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering).• Detailed knowledge of hydraulic modelling software such as Synergie Pipeline Simulator (SPS) and AFT Fathom• Working knowledge of liquid pipeline and facility operations.• Hands-on experience with assessment methodologies such as PHA, HAZOP, or LOPA.• Strong ability to leverage operating data to support effective decision making.• Detailed knowledge of relevant codes, regulations, and standards.• Effective two-way communication capability including excellent oral and written skills.• Ability to effectively interact with peers, internal stakeholders, upper level management, vendors, and service providers.• Be able to regularly shift between planned and unplanned activities, while remaining effective despite the resulting disruptive effects.• Substantial aptitude to manage multiple assignments while meeting established deadlines.• Well-developed problem solving, decision-making, organization and planning skills.• Committed to continuous technical learning and personal development of self and others.• Ability to travel within Canada and United States (after restrictions)Preferred:• Data analytic skills would be a benefit to support engineering recommendations and initiatives related to optimization.• Risk assessment methodologies such as PHA, HAZOP, LOPA and/or What If.• Past experience with project development and/or project engineering scopes.• Basic understanding of Management of Change (MOC) process.If this sounds like the right role for you and you are confident at what you bring to the table, apply now!Although we appreciate all applications, only those that meet the minimum job qualifications will be considered for this role. We thank you all for your interest.Not the right fit this time? Follow us on our career’s social media pages!Interested candidate is also encouraged to submit a copy of the updated resume to Resource Manager, Geraldine Valiarayil at geraldine.valiarayil@randstad.ca, with the Job Order Number / Position Name in the subject line.AdvantagesYou will have the chance to work with the Energy leaders and the best in the industry!ResponsibilitiesSpecific Accountabilities:• Conduct hydraulic studies using modelling software to analyze pipeline and facility systems for design and maintenance issues, develop solutions, and issue formal technical recommendations.• Provide senior engineering support by actively participating in hydraulics engineering activities related to operation and help troubleshoot hydraulics problems within assigned asset areas.• Identify and recommend enhancements to the engineering hydraulic standards and specifications.• Review and provide broad technical direction in development of steady state & transient hydraulic analysis models and technical reports. Conduct technical reviews, with a focus on hydraulics engineering, at various stages in project life cycle gating process.• Execute and/or review feasibility studies, conceptual designs, process studies, and detail engineering designs to ensure designs comply with Organization’s quality processes, standards, and industry regulations.• Actively participate in continuous improvement initiatives with respect to hydraulic design and processes.• Maintain and enhance knowledge level with current hydraulics engineering and pipeline design technologies.• Maintain proficiency with the use of in-house and industry recognized hydraulics engineering tools.• Represent the department on selected internal committees. Responsible for ensuring that effective and proactive communication is maintained with all internal and external stakeholders. Initiate and lead meetings, correspondence, and discussions with appropriate teams as required.• Guide project teams to ensure competitive designs and operational reliability.• Support the implementation and execution of technical recommendations.• Liaise with multi-discipline teams to assist with company engineering initiatives.• Actively participate in the development of appropriate documentation outlining design parameters, assumptions, and results such that the project scope can be easily communicated to other relevant departments within the Organization. This involves communicating with Project Teams, Operations, Project Development Engineers, and other stakeholders to ensure that technical results are clearly conveyed and understood.• Actively participate in engineering activities to support Project Execution teams in order to ensure that project requirements are met and exceeded where technically justified.• Actively participate in scope development of pipeline and facility projects, and PHA reviews.• Participate and lead Management of Change (MOCs) implementation as it relates to operational changes from hydraulic studies.Qualifications• Demonstrated senior-level technical competence in hydraulic design and engineering within the oil & gas industry.• 7-year minimum of progressively complex hydraulic engineering experience.• Must be registered as a P.Eng. in the Province of Alberta (preference in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering).• Detailed knowledge of hydraulic modelling software such as Synergie Pipeline Simulator (SPS) and AFT Fathom• Working knowledge of liquid pipeline and facility operations.• Hands-on experience with assessment methodologies such as PHA, HAZOP, or LOPA.• Strong ability to leverage operating data to support effective decision making.• Detailed knowledge of relevant codes, regulations, and standards.• Effective two-way communication capability including excellent oral and written skills.• Ability to effectively interact with peers, internal stakeholders, upper level management, vendors, and service providers.• Be able to regularly shift between planned and unplanned activities, while remaining effective despite the resulting disruptive effects.• Substantial aptitude to manage multiple assignments while meeting established deadlines.• Well-developed problem solving, decision-making, organization and planning skills.• Committed to continuous technical learning and personal development of self and others.• Ability to travel within Canada and United States (after restrictions)SummaryOur major client, an energy transportation company with a focus on transportation, distribution, and energy generation is urgently looking to fill a Hydraulic Engineer. Experience within the Liquid Pipeline and Facility Operations is mandatory for the role. You should also have a senior-level competence in hydraulic design and engineering.
        Job DescriptionHydraulic Engineer – Data Modeling and AnalyticsEdmonton or Calgary, ABContractJob Reference No.: ENBJP00013028Our major client, an energy transportation company with a focus on transportation, distribution, and energy generation is urgently looking to fill a Hydraulic Engineer. Experience within the Liquid Pipeline and Facility Operations is mandatory for the role. You should also have a senior-level competence in hydraulic design and engineering.Description:The primary focus of this position is to provide senior level direction and technical hydraulic engineering expertise to ensure a safe process hydraulic design for the Organization’s Liquids Pipeline (LP) assets.This includes performing steady state and transient hydraulic analysis for new project proposals and in-flight projects from front end, detail engineering, construction and commissioning. And providing hydraulic engineering support to the Athabasca Oilsands Region in the event of operational issues, troubleshooting, or optimization efforts. Job accountabilities will include providing engineering recommendations to mitigate overpressure risk, and leading efforts to coordinate these changes for assets through the Project Gating Cycle or MOC process.Specific Accountabilities:• Conduct hydraulic studies using modelling software to analyze pipeline and facility systems for design and maintenance issues, develop solutions, and issue formal technical recommendations.• Provide senior engineering support by actively participating in hydraulics engineering activities related to operation and help troubleshoot hydraulics problems within assigned asset areas.• Identify and recommend enhancements to the engineering hydraulic standards and specifications.• Review and provide broad technical direction in development of steady state & transient hydraulic analysis models and technical reports. Conduct technical reviews, with a focus on hydraulics engineering, at various stages in project life cycle gating process.• Execute and/or review feasibility studies, conceptual designs, process studies, and detail engineering designs to ensure designs comply with Organization’s quality processes, standards, and industry regulations.• Actively participate in continuous improvement initiatives with respect to hydraulic design and processes.• Maintain and enhance knowledge level with current hydraulics engineering and pipeline design technologies.• Maintain proficiency with the use of in-house and industry recognized hydraulics engineering tools.• Represent the department on selected internal committees. Responsible for ensuring that effective and proactive communication is maintained with all internal and external stakeholders. Initiate and lead meetings, correspondence, and discussions with appropriate teams as required.• Guide project teams to ensure competitive designs and operational reliability.• Support the implementation and execution of technical recommendations.• Liaise with multi-discipline teams to assist with company engineering initiatives.• Actively participate in development of appropriate documentation outlining design parameters, assumptions, and results such that the project scope can be easily communicated to other relevant departments within the Organization. This involves communicating with Project Teams, Operations, Project Development Engineers, and other stakeholders to ensure that technical results are clearly conveyed and understood.• Actively participate in engineering activities to support Project Execution teams in order to ensure that project requirements are met and exceeded where technically justified.• Actively participate in scope development of pipeline and facility projects, and PHA reviews.• Participate and lead Management of Change (MOCs) implementation as it relates to operational changes from hydraulic studies.Scope:• Work on complex technical hydraulic issues to support the safe design and operation of LP assets.• Provide specialized technical process hydraulic knowledge.• Make decisions not usually subject to technical review, except those involving large sums of money or long-range objectives. Participates in and provides support to design, operability, constructability, optimization.• Provide leadership and people skills to support less experienced hydraulic engineers.• Represent the department on selected internal technical reviews and participate in technical discussions to reduce engineering and operating costs and ensure “fit for purpose” design of facilities.• Review and provide technical input in development of Material Balance, PFD, P&ID, Shutdown Keys, control narratives, and associated engineering documents bringing a Process Safety perspective.• Review operational process data to drive technical recommendations and enhance hydraulic studies.• Influencing process safety into project designs, MOCs, asset health, risk management, operational enhancements.• Approving Technical Standard Deviations relative to process hydraulic standards.Contacts:• Liaison with key Internal Stakeholder groups, high collaboration with departments such as (but not limited to): Regional Operations & Maintenance, Control Center, Engineering Services, Development Engineering, Project Integration, Project Execution, Infrastructure Planning, Risk Management, Asset Management, Engineering Services.• Communication may be written or verbal and aimed at technical and non-technical audiences• Accountable to People Leader who provides supervision, direction, and coaching.External Communications:Ad-hoc collaboration with key External Stakeholder groups such as (but not limited to): Engineering Consultants, AER, CER, APEGAWorking Conditions:• During COVID restrictions, encouragement to have a “Work from Home” approach where it aligns with government recommendations.• Otherwise, office environment with periodic travel to Regional field locations or alternate Offices.• Ability to mange changing priorities and lead process hydraulic deliverables with high impact results.• The job operates in a generally safe work environment with a normal amount of physical effort.Required:• Demonstrated senior level technical competence in hydraulic design and engineering within the oil & gas industry.• 7-year minimum of progressively complex hydraulic engineering experience.• Must be registered as a P.Eng. in the Province of Alberta (preference in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering).• Detailed knowledge of hydraulic modelling software such as Synergie Pipeline Simulator (SPS) and AFT Fathom• Working knowledge of liquid pipeline and facility operations.• Hands-on experience with assessment methodologies such as PHA, HAZOP, or LOPA.• Strong ability to leverage operating data to support effective decision making.• Detailed knowledge of relevant codes, regulations, and standards.• Effective two-way communication capability including excellent oral and written skills.• Ability to effectively interact with peers, internal stakeholders, upper level management, vendors, and service providers.• Be able to regularly shift between planned and unplanned activities, while remaining effective despite the resulting disruptive effects.• Substantial aptitude to manage multiple assignments while meeting established deadlines.• Well-developed problem solving, decision-making, organization and planning skills.• Committed to continuous technical learning and personal development of self and others.• Ability to travel within Canada and United States (after restrictions)Preferred:• Data analytic skills would be a benefit to support engineering recommendations and initiatives related to optimization.• Risk assessment methodologies such as PHA, HAZOP, LOPA and/or What If.• Past experience with project development and/or project engineering scopes.• Basic understanding of Management of Change (MOC) process.If this sounds like the right role for you and you are confident at what you bring to the table, apply now!Although we appreciate all applications, only those that meet the minimum job qualifications will be considered for this role. We thank you all for your interest.Not the right fit this time? Follow us on our career’s social media pages!Interested candidate is also encouraged to submit a copy of the updated resume to Resource Manager, Geraldine Valiarayil at geraldine.valiarayil@randstad.ca, with the Job Order Number / Position Name in the subject line.AdvantagesYou will have the chance to work with the Energy leaders and the best in the industry!ResponsibilitiesSpecific Accountabilities:• Conduct hydraulic studies using modelling software to analyze pipeline and facility systems for design and maintenance issues, develop solutions, and issue formal technical recommendations.• Provide senior engineering support by actively participating in hydraulics engineering activities related to operation and help troubleshoot hydraulics problems within assigned asset areas.• Identify and recommend enhancements to the engineering hydraulic standards and specifications.• Review and provide broad technical direction in development of steady state & transient hydraulic analysis models and technical reports. Conduct technical reviews, with a focus on hydraulics engineering, at various stages in project life cycle gating process.• Execute and/or review feasibility studies, conceptual designs, process studies, and detail engineering designs to ensure designs comply with Organization’s quality processes, standards, and industry regulations.• Actively participate in continuous improvement initiatives with respect to hydraulic design and processes.• Maintain and enhance knowledge level with current hydraulics engineering and pipeline design technologies.• Maintain proficiency with the use of in-house and industry recognized hydraulics engineering tools.• Represent the department on selected internal committees. Responsible for ensuring that effective and proactive communication is maintained with all internal and external stakeholders. Initiate and lead meetings, correspondence, and discussions with appropriate teams as required.• Guide project teams to ensure competitive designs and operational reliability.• Support the implementation and execution of technical recommendations.• Liaise with multi-discipline teams to assist with company engineering initiatives.• Actively participate in the development of appropriate documentation outlining design parameters, assumptions, and results such that the project scope can be easily communicated to other relevant departments within the Organization. This involves communicating with Project Teams, Operations, Project Development Engineers, and other stakeholders to ensure that technical results are clearly conveyed and understood.• Actively participate in engineering activities to support Project Execution teams in order to ensure that project requirements are met and exceeded where technically justified.• Actively participate in scope development of pipeline and facility projects, and PHA reviews.• Participate and lead Management of Change (MOCs) implementation as it relates to operational changes from hydraulic studies.Qualifications• Demonstrated senior-level technical competence in hydraulic design and engineering within the oil & gas industry.• 7-year minimum of progressively complex hydraulic engineering experience.• Must be registered as a P.Eng. in the Province of Alberta (preference in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering).• Detailed knowledge of hydraulic modelling software such as Synergie Pipeline Simulator (SPS) and AFT Fathom• Working knowledge of liquid pipeline and facility operations.• Hands-on experience with assessment methodologies such as PHA, HAZOP, or LOPA.• Strong ability to leverage operating data to support effective decision making.• Detailed knowledge of relevant codes, regulations, and standards.• Effective two-way communication capability including excellent oral and written skills.• Ability to effectively interact with peers, internal stakeholders, upper level management, vendors, and service providers.• Be able to regularly shift between planned and unplanned activities, while remaining effective despite the resulting disruptive effects.• Substantial aptitude to manage multiple assignments while meeting established deadlines.• Well-developed problem solving, decision-making, organization and planning skills.• Committed to continuous technical learning and personal development of self and others.• Ability to travel within Canada and United States (after restrictions)SummaryOur major client, an energy transportation company with a focus on transportation, distribution, and energy generation is urgently looking to fill a Hydraulic Engineer. Experience within the Liquid Pipeline and Facility Operations is mandatory for the role. You should also have a senior-level competence in hydraulic design and engineering.

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