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      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Contract
      Description:Responsible for the overall management of projects from an Owner’s (Client’s) perspective in a Project/Portfolio Management Organization (PMO). As an Owner’s Representative you are required to integrate into the client’s organization seamlessly, use the client’s tools/systems, and work within the client’s Project Delivery processes. Along with operating within the client’s organization, you are required to perform internal Burns & McDonnell project management tasks such as staffing plans, client invoices, obtain purchase orders, and other financial requirements. This position requires the ability function in dual organizations with excellent communication skills, time management, and high workloads. Must be a self-starter who can problem solve, manage people, and interface with the client’s executive team. Should have a background in project budgeting with the ability to accurately cash flow projects and explain variances as required. Develops and maintains Project Communications between Utility Owner Team, EPC Teams and other project stakeholders.Monitors the deliverables from Utility Functional Groups and manages the project team resources and personnel to ensure the proper objectives to meeting schedule milestones and maintaining cost are achieved.Management of contractual relationship between Utility and EPC Teams.Manages the project development process for a project through all stages of a project which has been assigned Burns and McDonnell has been assigned Project Manager.Manages the development and submission of Permit Applications for projects assigned.Provides support to Utility for Information Requests (IRs), meetings with stakeholders, open houses and other permitting requirements associated with projects assigned.With input from EPC and Utility functional teams, generate Owner’s Monthly Project Progress ReportDevelops staffing plan for PMO Team for various project stages.Provides project budgets, change orders, cash flow, estimates, and project cost reports to Program Cost Controls Lead who reviews and sends to Owner.Interface with Site Construction Supervisor/and Lead, Safety Representative, Environmental and QA/QC.Coordinates with estimating team during all Project estimate stages for the development of an accurate estimate. Coordinates with functional groups during all estimating for the development of Functional group estimates for budgeting.Provide supervision and mentorship to Program Assistant Project Managers and Program Project Admins.Liaison with outside Project Managers, Customers and Developers regarding Project related items.Review and comment on EPC team contracting plan.Review and comment on EPC team material procurement plan.After transfer of the project Design Basis documentation to the EPC Team supports the development of the EPC project proposals.Supports and advises the EPC team, Utility team, Developers/Customers and Independent System Operator organizations regarding project schedules and project goalsWorks with EPC PM to Develop Project related Risk Management and Mitigation Plans and is responsible for the upkeep of Project Risk Registers.Administration of Change Management between EPC Teams, Utility Functional Groups, Utility Management and other applicable stakeholders.Generate and update Project specific progress reports, Project cost report forecasts, Schedules, Monthly cash flows, Monthly cost reports, Accounts payable reports, BMcD Internal reports, Change order logs, Invoices and ExpensesWorks with Independent System Operator and other agencies to address project requirementsRequirements:Qualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesBachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)ResponsibilitiesDescription:Responsible for the overall management of projects from an Owner’s (Client’s) perspective in a Project/Portfolio Management Organization (PMO). As an Owner’s Representative you are required to integrate into the client’s organization seamlessly, use the client’s tools/systems, and work within the client’s Project Delivery processes. Along with operating within the client’s organization, you are required to perform internal Burns & McDonnell project management tasks such as staffing plans, client invoices, obtain purchase orders, and other financial requirements. This position requires the ability function in dual organizations with excellent communication skills, time management, and high workloads. Must be a self-starter who can problem solve, manage people, and interface with the client’s executive team. Should have a background in project budgeting with the ability to accurately cash flow projects and explain variances as required. Develops and maintains Project Communications between Utility Owner Team, EPC Teams and other project stakeholders.Monitors the deliverables from Utility Functional Groups and manages the project team resources and personnel to ensure the proper objectives to meeting schedule milestones and maintaining cost are achieved.Management of contractual relationship between Utility and EPC Teams.Manages the project development process for a project through all stages of a project which has been assigned Burns and McDonnell has been assigned Project Manager.Manages the development and submission of Permit Applications for projects assigned.Provides support to Utility for Information Requests (IRs), meetings with stakeholders, open houses and other permitting requirements associated with projects assigned.With input from EPC and Utility functional teams, generate Owner’s Monthly Project Progress ReportDevelops staffing plan for PMO Team for various project stages.Provides project budgets, change orders, cash flow, estimates, and project cost reports to Program Cost Controls Lead who reviews and sends to Owner.Interface with Site Construction Supervisor/and Lead, Safety Representative, Environmental and QA/QC.Coordinates with estimating team during all Project estimate stages for the development of an accurate estimate. Coordinates with functional groups during all estimating for the development of Functional group estimates for budgeting.Provide supervision and mentorship to Program Assistant Project Managers and Program Project Admins.Liaison with outside Project Managers, Customers and Developers regarding Project related items.Review and comment on EPC team contracting plan.Review and comment on EPC team material procurement plan.After transfer of the project Design Basis documentation to the EPC Team supports the development of the EPC project proposals.Supports and advises the EPC team, Utility team, Developers/Customers and Independent System Operator organizations regarding project schedules and project goalsWorks with EPC PM to Develop Project related Risk Management and Mitigation Plans and is responsible for the upkeep of Project Risk Registers.Administration of Change Management between EPC Teams, Utility Functional Groups, Utility Management and other applicable stakeholders.Generate and update Project specific progress reports, Project cost report forecasts, Schedules, Monthly cash flows, Monthly cost reports, Accounts payable reports, BMcD Internal reports, Change order logs, Invoices and ExpensesWorks with Independent System Operator and other agencies to address project requirementsRequirements:Qualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualificationsQualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)SummaryDescription:Responsible for the overall management of projects from an Owner’s (Client’s) perspective in a Project/Portfolio Management Organization (PMO). As an Owner’s Representative you are required to integrate into the client’s organization seamlessly, use the client’s tools/systems, and work within the client’s Project Delivery processes. Along with operating within the client’s organization, you are required to perform internal Burns & McDonnell project management tasks such as staffing plans, client invoices, obtain purchase orders, and other financial requirements. This position requires the ability function in dual organizations with excellent communication skills, time management, and high workloads. Must be a self-starter who can problem solve, manage people, and interface with the client’s executive team. Should have a background in project budgeting with the ability to accurately cash flow projects and explain variances as required. Develops and maintains Project Communications between Utility Owner Team, EPC Teams and other project stakeholders.Monitors the deliverables from Utility Functional Groups and manages the project team resources and personnel to ensure the proper objectives to meeting schedule milestones and maintaining cost are achieved.Management of contractual relationship between Utility and EPC Teams.Manages the project development process for a project through all stages of a project which has been assigned Burns and McDonnell has been assigned Project Manager.Manages the development and submission of Permit Applications for projects assigned.Provides support to Utility for Information Requests (IRs), meetings with stakeholders, open houses and other permitting requirements associated with projects assigned.With input from EPC and Utility functional teams, generate Owner’s Monthly Project Progress ReportDevelops staffing plan for PMO Team for various project stages.Provides project budgets, change orders, cash flow, estimates, and project cost reports to Program Cost Controls Lead who reviews and sends to Owner.Interface with Site Construction Supervisor/and Lead, Safety Representative, Environmental and QA/QC.Coordinates with estimating team during all Project estimate stages for the development of an accurate estimate. Coordinates with functional groups during all estimating for the development of Functional group estimates for budgeting.Provide supervision and mentorship to Program Assistant Project Managers and Program Project Admins.Liaison with outside Project Managers, Customers and Developers regarding Project related items.Review and comment on EPC team contracting plan.Review and comment on EPC team material procurement plan.After transfer of the project Design Basis documentation to the EPC Team supports the development of the EPC project proposals.Supports and advises the EPC team, Utility team, Developers/Customers and Independent System Operator organizations regarding project schedules and project goalsWorks with EPC PM to Develop Project related Risk Management and Mitigation Plans and is responsible for the upkeep of Project Risk Registers.Administration of Change Management between EPC Teams, Utility Functional Groups, Utility Management and other applicable stakeholders.Generate and update Project specific progress reports, Project cost report forecasts, Schedules, Monthly cash flows, Monthly cost reports, Accounts payable reports, BMcD Internal reports, Change order logs, Invoices and ExpensesWorks with Independent System Operator and other agencies to address project requirementsRequirements:Qualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Description:Responsible for the overall management of projects from an Owner’s (Client’s) perspective in a Project/Portfolio Management Organization (PMO). As an Owner’s Representative you are required to integrate into the client’s organization seamlessly, use the client’s tools/systems, and work within the client’s Project Delivery processes. Along with operating within the client’s organization, you are required to perform internal Burns & McDonnell project management tasks such as staffing plans, client invoices, obtain purchase orders, and other financial requirements. This position requires the ability function in dual organizations with excellent communication skills, time management, and high workloads. Must be a self-starter who can problem solve, manage people, and interface with the client’s executive team. Should have a background in project budgeting with the ability to accurately cash flow projects and explain variances as required. Develops and maintains Project Communications between Utility Owner Team, EPC Teams and other project stakeholders.Monitors the deliverables from Utility Functional Groups and manages the project team resources and personnel to ensure the proper objectives to meeting schedule milestones and maintaining cost are achieved.Management of contractual relationship between Utility and EPC Teams.Manages the project development process for a project through all stages of a project which has been assigned Burns and McDonnell has been assigned Project Manager.Manages the development and submission of Permit Applications for projects assigned.Provides support to Utility for Information Requests (IRs), meetings with stakeholders, open houses and other permitting requirements associated with projects assigned.With input from EPC and Utility functional teams, generate Owner’s Monthly Project Progress ReportDevelops staffing plan for PMO Team for various project stages.Provides project budgets, change orders, cash flow, estimates, and project cost reports to Program Cost Controls Lead who reviews and sends to Owner.Interface with Site Construction Supervisor/and Lead, Safety Representative, Environmental and QA/QC.Coordinates with estimating team during all Project estimate stages for the development of an accurate estimate. Coordinates with functional groups during all estimating for the development of Functional group estimates for budgeting.Provide supervision and mentorship to Program Assistant Project Managers and Program Project Admins.Liaison with outside Project Managers, Customers and Developers regarding Project related items.Review and comment on EPC team contracting plan.Review and comment on EPC team material procurement plan.After transfer of the project Design Basis documentation to the EPC Team supports the development of the EPC project proposals.Supports and advises the EPC team, Utility team, Developers/Customers and Independent System Operator organizations regarding project schedules and project goalsWorks with EPC PM to Develop Project related Risk Management and Mitigation Plans and is responsible for the upkeep of Project Risk Registers.Administration of Change Management between EPC Teams, Utility Functional Groups, Utility Management and other applicable stakeholders.Generate and update Project specific progress reports, Project cost report forecasts, Schedules, Monthly cash flows, Monthly cost reports, Accounts payable reports, BMcD Internal reports, Change order logs, Invoices and ExpensesWorks with Independent System Operator and other agencies to address project requirementsRequirements:Qualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesBachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)ResponsibilitiesDescription:Responsible for the overall management of projects from an Owner’s (Client’s) perspective in a Project/Portfolio Management Organization (PMO). As an Owner’s Representative you are required to integrate into the client’s organization seamlessly, use the client’s tools/systems, and work within the client’s Project Delivery processes. Along with operating within the client’s organization, you are required to perform internal Burns & McDonnell project management tasks such as staffing plans, client invoices, obtain purchase orders, and other financial requirements. This position requires the ability function in dual organizations with excellent communication skills, time management, and high workloads. Must be a self-starter who can problem solve, manage people, and interface with the client’s executive team. Should have a background in project budgeting with the ability to accurately cash flow projects and explain variances as required. Develops and maintains Project Communications between Utility Owner Team, EPC Teams and other project stakeholders.Monitors the deliverables from Utility Functional Groups and manages the project team resources and personnel to ensure the proper objectives to meeting schedule milestones and maintaining cost are achieved.Management of contractual relationship between Utility and EPC Teams.Manages the project development process for a project through all stages of a project which has been assigned Burns and McDonnell has been assigned Project Manager.Manages the development and submission of Permit Applications for projects assigned.Provides support to Utility for Information Requests (IRs), meetings with stakeholders, open houses and other permitting requirements associated with projects assigned.With input from EPC and Utility functional teams, generate Owner’s Monthly Project Progress ReportDevelops staffing plan for PMO Team for various project stages.Provides project budgets, change orders, cash flow, estimates, and project cost reports to Program Cost Controls Lead who reviews and sends to Owner.Interface with Site Construction Supervisor/and Lead, Safety Representative, Environmental and QA/QC.Coordinates with estimating team during all Project estimate stages for the development of an accurate estimate. Coordinates with functional groups during all estimating for the development of Functional group estimates for budgeting.Provide supervision and mentorship to Program Assistant Project Managers and Program Project Admins.Liaison with outside Project Managers, Customers and Developers regarding Project related items.Review and comment on EPC team contracting plan.Review and comment on EPC team material procurement plan.After transfer of the project Design Basis documentation to the EPC Team supports the development of the EPC project proposals.Supports and advises the EPC team, Utility team, Developers/Customers and Independent System Operator organizations regarding project schedules and project goalsWorks with EPC PM to Develop Project related Risk Management and Mitigation Plans and is responsible for the upkeep of Project Risk Registers.Administration of Change Management between EPC Teams, Utility Functional Groups, Utility Management and other applicable stakeholders.Generate and update Project specific progress reports, Project cost report forecasts, Schedules, Monthly cash flows, Monthly cost reports, Accounts payable reports, BMcD Internal reports, Change order logs, Invoices and ExpensesWorks with Independent System Operator and other agencies to address project requirementsRequirements:Qualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualificationsQualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)SummaryDescription:Responsible for the overall management of projects from an Owner’s (Client’s) perspective in a Project/Portfolio Management Organization (PMO). As an Owner’s Representative you are required to integrate into the client’s organization seamlessly, use the client’s tools/systems, and work within the client’s Project Delivery processes. Along with operating within the client’s organization, you are required to perform internal Burns & McDonnell project management tasks such as staffing plans, client invoices, obtain purchase orders, and other financial requirements. This position requires the ability function in dual organizations with excellent communication skills, time management, and high workloads. Must be a self-starter who can problem solve, manage people, and interface with the client’s executive team. Should have a background in project budgeting with the ability to accurately cash flow projects and explain variances as required. Develops and maintains Project Communications between Utility Owner Team, EPC Teams and other project stakeholders.Monitors the deliverables from Utility Functional Groups and manages the project team resources and personnel to ensure the proper objectives to meeting schedule milestones and maintaining cost are achieved.Management of contractual relationship between Utility and EPC Teams.Manages the project development process for a project through all stages of a project which has been assigned Burns and McDonnell has been assigned Project Manager.Manages the development and submission of Permit Applications for projects assigned.Provides support to Utility for Information Requests (IRs), meetings with stakeholders, open houses and other permitting requirements associated with projects assigned.With input from EPC and Utility functional teams, generate Owner’s Monthly Project Progress ReportDevelops staffing plan for PMO Team for various project stages.Provides project budgets, change orders, cash flow, estimates, and project cost reports to Program Cost Controls Lead who reviews and sends to Owner.Interface with Site Construction Supervisor/and Lead, Safety Representative, Environmental and QA/QC.Coordinates with estimating team during all Project estimate stages for the development of an accurate estimate. Coordinates with functional groups during all estimating for the development of Functional group estimates for budgeting.Provide supervision and mentorship to Program Assistant Project Managers and Program Project Admins.Liaison with outside Project Managers, Customers and Developers regarding Project related items.Review and comment on EPC team contracting plan.Review and comment on EPC team material procurement plan.After transfer of the project Design Basis documentation to the EPC Team supports the development of the EPC project proposals.Supports and advises the EPC team, Utility team, Developers/Customers and Independent System Operator organizations regarding project schedules and project goalsWorks with EPC PM to Develop Project related Risk Management and Mitigation Plans and is responsible for the upkeep of Project Risk Registers.Administration of Change Management between EPC Teams, Utility Functional Groups, Utility Management and other applicable stakeholders.Generate and update Project specific progress reports, Project cost report forecasts, Schedules, Monthly cash flows, Monthly cost reports, Accounts payable reports, BMcD Internal reports, Change order logs, Invoices and ExpensesWorks with Independent System Operator and other agencies to address project requirementsRequirements:Qualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Concord, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Are you experienced in Automotive Manufacturing?Are you looking for a career change?Will a dynamic, growing company that's a leader in it's segment be appealing?If so, this could be the opportunity for you!JOB DESCRIPTION:•Must be proficient in hands-on process troubleshooting. Proving current production with “fast response” troubleshooting•Must have demonstrated track record of initiating and implementing process cost reductions in Lean Manufacturing environment.•Set up and maintain all work cell and/or department standardized work instructions/procedures for assigned process/cell.•Assist in training production personnel on operating new or existing tooling, equipment and processes.•Improve current production part process capability and repeatability through the optimization of existing manufacturing processes•Ability to work independently and draw from experience in all aspects of the job assigned•Work closely with Project Management Team to support new product launches, engineering changes , implementation and product / process continuous improvement initiatives and related activities.•Completing all required APQP-related activities, ECR processes, 8D, 5 Why, and all other Quality Management System requirements as needed•Conduct time studies, identify capacity constraints and opportunities to improve efficiencies and reduce manufacturing costs•Support in the development of Process Control Plans and Process Flow Charts•Development and maintaining documentation for PFMEA, Operator Instructions, Rework, Change-over procedure and instruction, Manufacturing Engineering Open Issues, and Continuous Improvement Program•Co-ordinate, lead, and participate in various multi-disciplined teams in addressing and fulfilling various corporate objectives associated with, manufacturing process, productivity, volume outputs, scrap/rework, quality, safety, and delivery commitment•Providing quote direction for new business related to tooling, new materials and processes as required•Writing specifications, competitively quoting, negotiating, managing program timelines and budgets, buy-off, and commissioning in our facility.•Reviewing part designs and provide feasibility input for ease of manufacturing and cost reduction•Reviewing fixture/jigs/gauges designs to ensure they are built to meet customer/standards requirements•Reviewing facilities and equipment requirements with relevant internal and external customers/suppliersAdvantagesPosition is eligible for 2% RRSP matching, and medical/dental benefits in 3 monthsResponsibilities•Must be proficient in hands-on process troubleshooting. Proving current production with “fast response” troubleshooting•Must have demonstrated track record of initiating and implementing process cost reductions in Lean Manufacturing environment.•Set up and maintain all work cell and/or department standardized work instructions/procedures for assigned process/cell.•Assist in training production personnel on operating new or existing tooling, equipment and processes.•Improve current production part process capability and repeatability through the optimization of existing manufacturing processes•Ability to work independently and draw from experience in all aspects of the job assigned•Work closely with Project Management Team to support new product launches, engineering changes , implementation and product / process continuous improvement initiatives and related activities.•Completing all required APQP-related activities, ECR processes, 8D, 5 Why, and all other Quality Management System requirements as needed•Conduct time studies, identify capacity constraints and opportunities to improve efficiencies and reduce manufacturing costs•Support in the development of Process Control Plans and Process Flow Charts•Development and maintaining documentation for PFMEA, Operator Instructions, Rework, Change-over procedure and instruction, Manufacturing Engineering Open Issues, and Continuous Improvement Program•Co-ordinate, lead, and participate in various multi-disciplined teams in addressing and fulfilling various corporate objectives associated with, manufacturing process, productivity, volume outputs, scrap/rework, quality, safety, and delivery commitment•Providing quote direction for new business related to tooling, new materials and processes as required•Writing specifications, competitively quoting, negotiating, managing program timelines and budgets, buy-off, and commissioning in our facility.•Reviewing part designs and provide feasibility input for ease of manufacturing and cost reduction•Reviewing fixture/jigs/gauges designs to ensure they are built to meet customer/standards requirements•Reviewing facilities and equipment requirements with relevant internal and external customers/suppliersQualificationsEDUCATION:• Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical or Industrial Engineering• Not required but asset: OACETT, CCT, CQE, P. Eng.YEARS OF EXPERIENCE:5 – 10 years of experience in manufacturing engineering.REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE:• Professional (5-7 years of experience): Specialized knowledge & know how. Conducts analysis.• Prioritizes tasks to take action, works with partial responsibility and minimal supervision• Ability to read Blueprints and GD&T experience• Excellent problem solving skills with ability to lead a team• Requires advanced level of reading, writing, and speaking• Strong technical knowledge, particularly in the areas of manufacturing and assembly preferred• Ability to effectively use MS Office Programs to edit or create detailed work instructions• Previous electric engineering experience an asset• Sound understanding of Project Management, Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma techniques.SummaryApply online or email resume to Brian Roach at brian.roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positions.Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Are you experienced in Automotive Manufacturing?Are you looking for a career change?Will a dynamic, growing company that's a leader in it's segment be appealing?If so, this could be the opportunity for you!JOB DESCRIPTION:•Must be proficient in hands-on process troubleshooting. Proving current production with “fast response” troubleshooting•Must have demonstrated track record of initiating and implementing process cost reductions in Lean Manufacturing environment.•Set up and maintain all work cell and/or department standardized work instructions/procedures for assigned process/cell.•Assist in training production personnel on operating new or existing tooling, equipment and processes.•Improve current production part process capability and repeatability through the optimization of existing manufacturing processes•Ability to work independently and draw from experience in all aspects of the job assigned•Work closely with Project Management Team to support new product launches, engineering changes , implementation and product / process continuous improvement initiatives and related activities.•Completing all required APQP-related activities, ECR processes, 8D, 5 Why, and all other Quality Management System requirements as needed•Conduct time studies, identify capacity constraints and opportunities to improve efficiencies and reduce manufacturing costs•Support in the development of Process Control Plans and Process Flow Charts•Development and maintaining documentation for PFMEA, Operator Instructions, Rework, Change-over procedure and instruction, Manufacturing Engineering Open Issues, and Continuous Improvement Program•Co-ordinate, lead, and participate in various multi-disciplined teams in addressing and fulfilling various corporate objectives associated with, manufacturing process, productivity, volume outputs, scrap/rework, quality, safety, and delivery commitment•Providing quote direction for new business related to tooling, new materials and processes as required•Writing specifications, competitively quoting, negotiating, managing program timelines and budgets, buy-off, and commissioning in our facility.•Reviewing part designs and provide feasibility input for ease of manufacturing and cost reduction•Reviewing fixture/jigs/gauges designs to ensure they are built to meet customer/standards requirements•Reviewing facilities and equipment requirements with relevant internal and external customers/suppliersAdvantagesPosition is eligible for 2% RRSP matching, and medical/dental benefits in 3 monthsResponsibilities•Must be proficient in hands-on process troubleshooting. Proving current production with “fast response” troubleshooting•Must have demonstrated track record of initiating and implementing process cost reductions in Lean Manufacturing environment.•Set up and maintain all work cell and/or department standardized work instructions/procedures for assigned process/cell.•Assist in training production personnel on operating new or existing tooling, equipment and processes.•Improve current production part process capability and repeatability through the optimization of existing manufacturing processes•Ability to work independently and draw from experience in all aspects of the job assigned•Work closely with Project Management Team to support new product launches, engineering changes , implementation and product / process continuous improvement initiatives and related activities.•Completing all required APQP-related activities, ECR processes, 8D, 5 Why, and all other Quality Management System requirements as needed•Conduct time studies, identify capacity constraints and opportunities to improve efficiencies and reduce manufacturing costs•Support in the development of Process Control Plans and Process Flow Charts•Development and maintaining documentation for PFMEA, Operator Instructions, Rework, Change-over procedure and instruction, Manufacturing Engineering Open Issues, and Continuous Improvement Program•Co-ordinate, lead, and participate in various multi-disciplined teams in addressing and fulfilling various corporate objectives associated with, manufacturing process, productivity, volume outputs, scrap/rework, quality, safety, and delivery commitment•Providing quote direction for new business related to tooling, new materials and processes as required•Writing specifications, competitively quoting, negotiating, managing program timelines and budgets, buy-off, and commissioning in our facility.•Reviewing part designs and provide feasibility input for ease of manufacturing and cost reduction•Reviewing fixture/jigs/gauges designs to ensure they are built to meet customer/standards requirements•Reviewing facilities and equipment requirements with relevant internal and external customers/suppliersQualificationsEDUCATION:• Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical or Industrial Engineering• Not required but asset: OACETT, CCT, CQE, P. Eng.YEARS OF EXPERIENCE:5 – 10 years of experience in manufacturing engineering.REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE:• Professional (5-7 years of experience): Specialized knowledge & know how. Conducts analysis.• Prioritizes tasks to take action, works with partial responsibility and minimal supervision• Ability to read Blueprints and GD&T experience• Excellent problem solving skills with ability to lead a team• Requires advanced level of reading, writing, and speaking• Strong technical knowledge, particularly in the areas of manufacturing and assembly preferred• Ability to effectively use MS Office Programs to edit or create detailed work instructions• Previous electric engineering experience an asset• Sound understanding of Project Management, Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma techniques.SummaryApply online or email resume to Brian Roach at brian.roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positions.Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • East York, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Are you looking for an opportunity to grow your career as the next Engineering Manager at the Mississauga and Toronto location? If Yes, this is the right opportunity for you!Principle Duties:This opportunity offers a full Benefits and Pension package. The Corporate Engineering Manager supervises a small but energic engineering team. This position is based out of the Mississauga location but will also support the Toronto Plant.This position supports the senior management and operations as follows:• Develops and implements the Corporate Capital plan;• Manages process safety and environmental programs including reporting;• Manages product scale-up or transfer between Plants including process safety evaluations;• Manages plant and process upgrade program;• Monitors and reports on Plant performance (Productivity, Cycle times, Yields, Raw Material forecasting, etc.);• Manages annual maintenance shutdowns;• Develops and maintains the Preventative Maintenance programs;• Assists in the development, costing and implementation of capital expenditure projects;• Ensures TSSA Compliance (pressure vessels and process piping);• Maintains data and specifications of Plant equipment and facilities including P&ID’s;• Develops and maintains corporate design guidelines and specifications for Plant equipment, instrumentation, piping, materials of construction, parts, P&ID standards, and sets standards for any activity practiced by the client in any plant or engineering operation;• Assists in Operator and employee safety training;The successful candidate will possess a Chemical Engineering degree and Professional Engineering Certification (P-ENG) and 10+ years of engineering experience in a chemical manufacturing environment. Ideally 3-5 years of engineering management experience.AdvantagesThis position supports the senior management and operations as follows:• Develops and implements the Corporate Capital plan;• Manages process safety and environmental programs including reporting;• Manages product scale-up or transfer between Plants including process safety evaluations;• Manages plant and process upgrade program;• Monitors and reports on Plant performance (Productivity, Cycle times, Yields, Raw Material forecasting, etc.);• Manages annual maintenance shutdowns;ResponsibilitiesThis position supports the senior management and operations as follows:• Develops and implements the Corporate Capital plan;• Manages process safety and environmental programs including reporting;• Manages product scale-up or transfer between Plants including process safety evaluations;• Manages plant and process upgrade program;• Monitors and reports on Plant performance (Productivity, Cycle times, Yields, Raw Material forecasting, etc.);• Manages annual maintenance shutdowns;QualificationsThis position supports the senior management and operations as follows:• Develops and implements the Corporate Capital plan;• Manages process safety and environmental programs including reporting;• Manages product scale-up or transfer between Plants including process safety evaluations;• Manages plant and process upgrade program;• Monitors and reports on Plant performance (Productivity, Cycle times, Yields, Raw Material forecasting, etc.);• Manages annual maintenance shutdowns;SummaryIf this role sounds like a good fit for you please APPLY ONLINE or submit your resume directly to Swapna Nair at swapna.nair@randstad.caThank you for applying for the role. We’ll review your application and connect shortly if you meet all the requirements. Good luck!Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Are you looking for an opportunity to grow your career as the next Engineering Manager at the Mississauga and Toronto location? If Yes, this is the right opportunity for you!Principle Duties:This opportunity offers a full Benefits and Pension package. The Corporate Engineering Manager supervises a small but energic engineering team. This position is based out of the Mississauga location but will also support the Toronto Plant.This position supports the senior management and operations as follows:• Develops and implements the Corporate Capital plan;• Manages process safety and environmental programs including reporting;• Manages product scale-up or transfer between Plants including process safety evaluations;• Manages plant and process upgrade program;• Monitors and reports on Plant performance (Productivity, Cycle times, Yields, Raw Material forecasting, etc.);• Manages annual maintenance shutdowns;• Develops and maintains the Preventative Maintenance programs;• Assists in the development, costing and implementation of capital expenditure projects;• Ensures TSSA Compliance (pressure vessels and process piping);• Maintains data and specifications of Plant equipment and facilities including P&ID’s;• Develops and maintains corporate design guidelines and specifications for Plant equipment, instrumentation, piping, materials of construction, parts, P&ID standards, and sets standards for any activity practiced by the client in any plant or engineering operation;• Assists in Operator and employee safety training;The successful candidate will possess a Chemical Engineering degree and Professional Engineering Certification (P-ENG) and 10+ years of engineering experience in a chemical manufacturing environment. Ideally 3-5 years of engineering management experience.AdvantagesThis position supports the senior management and operations as follows:• Develops and implements the Corporate Capital plan;• Manages process safety and environmental programs including reporting;• Manages product scale-up or transfer between Plants including process safety evaluations;• Manages plant and process upgrade program;• Monitors and reports on Plant performance (Productivity, Cycle times, Yields, Raw Material forecasting, etc.);• Manages annual maintenance shutdowns;ResponsibilitiesThis position supports the senior management and operations as follows:• Develops and implements the Corporate Capital plan;• Manages process safety and environmental programs including reporting;• Manages product scale-up or transfer between Plants including process safety evaluations;• Manages plant and process upgrade program;• Monitors and reports on Plant performance (Productivity, Cycle times, Yields, Raw Material forecasting, etc.);• Manages annual maintenance shutdowns;QualificationsThis position supports the senior management and operations as follows:• Develops and implements the Corporate Capital plan;• Manages process safety and environmental programs including reporting;• Manages product scale-up or transfer between Plants including process safety evaluations;• Manages plant and process upgrade program;• Monitors and reports on Plant performance (Productivity, Cycle times, Yields, Raw Material forecasting, etc.);• Manages annual maintenance shutdowns;SummaryIf this role sounds like a good fit for you please APPLY ONLINE or submit your resume directly to Swapna Nair at swapna.nair@randstad.caThank you for applying for the role. We’ll review your application and connect shortly if you meet all the requirements. Good luck!Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • North York, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Our Plastics machinery manufacturing client has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Field Service Engineer / Technician to join the injection moulding aftersales department.Title - Field Service Engineer /Service Technician (Plastic Injection Molding)Location - Ontario Travelling to customer's locations. Salary - Flexible as per experience and qualification.Industry - Injection mouldingIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today online or send your resume directly to Ankur Vaid at ankur.vaid@randstad.caUnder the supervision of the Area Service Manager, the incumbent is responsible for machine startup, repair service, and/or provides other technical assistance at the customer’s facility to ensure customer satisfaction. The incumbent is required to follow the guidelines set forth in the Field Service Engineer GuidelinesAdvantagesThis is a permanent opportunity, with a competitive compensation package in a thriving environment.Responsibilities75 % of Time Core Functions/Duties Adheres to daily schedule provided by Area Service Manager to visit and service customers’ machinery.• Troubleshoots electrical, hydraulic and mechanical problems leaving the customer with the assurance that the problem has been or will be resolved.• For new injection molding machines: starts up, provides molding assistance, and gives hands on operator and maintenance training.• Responsible for timely and accurate field service report specific to all services on site, problems incurred, safety violations noted, hours and expenses.• Responsible for all the proper use and care of all company-issued tooling, property, and proprietary information.25% % of Time Core Functions/DutiesResponsible for projecting a positive image to the customer by having a positive attitude, personal appearance, and the highest level of professionalism that must be consistent with company guidelines.• Generates clear, concise, accurate and complete field service reports, expense reports, and timely return of those reports to the home office.• Schedules time and makes travel arrangements consistent with the department’s objectives of controlling costs, and travel and living expenses.• Provides temporary phone coverage for technical support and/or manager while there is a vacancy due to vacation and/or illness.KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Performance will be measured based on the position accountabilities.• Provides onsite machine support via part replacement, troubleshooting, or maintenance of all brands• Accurate service reporting and documentation of all relevant service items per job, customer, machine.QualificationsEDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:Required:• Two-year technical degree in the field of electronics, or equivalent experience in the plastics industry.• 5 years of Demonstrated field service experience or equivalent experience in the area of troubleshooting and repair of injection molding machines.Preferred:• Bachelor’s degree in a technical field.WORK ENVIRONMENT: • Must be able to assemble or disassemble mechanical components of the injection molding machine.• Must be able to analyze problems on running or downed machines, sometimes in a hot, dusty or noisy environment.• May be exposed to fumes from plastics or other various chemicals.TRAVEL: • Must travel extensively to customer locations. This may require overnight stays for extended periods of time.• Must possess a valid driver’s license.• Must not have travel restrictions.• Up to 90% travel requiredSummaryIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today online or send your resume directly to Ankur Vaid at ankur.vaid@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contacted.Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Our Plastics machinery manufacturing client has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Field Service Engineer / Technician to join the injection moulding aftersales department.Title - Field Service Engineer /Service Technician (Plastic Injection Molding)Location - Ontario Travelling to customer's locations. Salary - Flexible as per experience and qualification.Industry - Injection mouldingIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today online or send your resume directly to Ankur Vaid at ankur.vaid@randstad.caUnder the supervision of the Area Service Manager, the incumbent is responsible for machine startup, repair service, and/or provides other technical assistance at the customer’s facility to ensure customer satisfaction. The incumbent is required to follow the guidelines set forth in the Field Service Engineer GuidelinesAdvantagesThis is a permanent opportunity, with a competitive compensation package in a thriving environment.Responsibilities75 % of Time Core Functions/Duties Adheres to daily schedule provided by Area Service Manager to visit and service customers’ machinery.• Troubleshoots electrical, hydraulic and mechanical problems leaving the customer with the assurance that the problem has been or will be resolved.• For new injection molding machines: starts up, provides molding assistance, and gives hands on operator and maintenance training.• Responsible for timely and accurate field service report specific to all services on site, problems incurred, safety violations noted, hours and expenses.• Responsible for all the proper use and care of all company-issued tooling, property, and proprietary information.25% % of Time Core Functions/DutiesResponsible for projecting a positive image to the customer by having a positive attitude, personal appearance, and the highest level of professionalism that must be consistent with company guidelines.• Generates clear, concise, accurate and complete field service reports, expense reports, and timely return of those reports to the home office.• Schedules time and makes travel arrangements consistent with the department’s objectives of controlling costs, and travel and living expenses.• Provides temporary phone coverage for technical support and/or manager while there is a vacancy due to vacation and/or illness.KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Performance will be measured based on the position accountabilities.• Provides onsite machine support via part replacement, troubleshooting, or maintenance of all brands• Accurate service reporting and documentation of all relevant service items per job, customer, machine.QualificationsEDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:Required:• Two-year technical degree in the field of electronics, or equivalent experience in the plastics industry.• 5 years of Demonstrated field service experience or equivalent experience in the area of troubleshooting and repair of injection molding machines.Preferred:• Bachelor’s degree in a technical field.WORK ENVIRONMENT: • Must be able to assemble or disassemble mechanical components of the injection molding machine.• Must be able to analyze problems on running or downed machines, sometimes in a hot, dusty or noisy environment.• May be exposed to fumes from plastics or other various chemicals.TRAVEL: • Must travel extensively to customer locations. This may require overnight stays for extended periods of time.• Must possess a valid driver’s license.• Must not have travel restrictions.• Up to 90% travel requiredSummaryIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today online or send your resume directly to Ankur Vaid at ankur.vaid@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contacted.Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Whitecourt, Alberta
      • Contract
      We are urgently seeking applications for the following role based in Whitecourt, ABOur client is a Fortune 500 company is is currently seeking an Artificial Lift Specialist - for a 12 month + Contractor roleThis is a 5/2 scheduled role with a rough split of time being 50% office and 50% field basedBusiness Planning and Administration• Support development of routine well work annual downhole budget• Work with downhole equipment vendors for quotes, potential changes/upgrades/modifications to existing downhole tools• Assist Technical Team with future well planning and downhole tool options to maintain production efficiency• Work with Competency and Training Advisor to develop, schedule, and facilitate Artificial Lift training courses for Operators, PEs, and relevant stakeholders• Take an active role in the development of AL work procedures/instructionProduction Operations• Provide support during start-up, troubleshooting, and subsurface intervention activities related to AL systems• Monitoring, optimization, and troubleshooting of artificial lift equipment and performance daily/hourly• Perform fluid level shots as required to ensure AL is optimized, and well performance aligns with business plan• Utilize computer programs for monitoring and optimization of all artificial lift and flowing wells. Including but not limited to: ClearSCADA, WonderWare, OSISoft PI, XSPOC, NetFlow• Provide 1:1 coaching for Production Ops and Horizons Engineers on surface and subsurface equipmentMaintenance• Provide preventative maintenance guidance including recommendations on subsurface critical spare parts and lube oils• Monitor reliability of AL surface rotating equipment• Enter CMMS work orders and MOC Functional Reviews as requiredHSE Compliance and Culture• Follow all tenants of Operational Excellence• Report unsafe conditions and concerns to applicable parties• Develop OE competency for safe execution of work• Adhere to all corporate HES regulations and guidelines• Take part in tailgate meetings on location, submit Near Misses, Stop-Work as required.Research, Analysis, Design, and Testing• Utilize real-time data trending and analysis to identify areas of opportunities to improve equipment performance and facility operation• Actively participate in the PSSR, deficiency list prep, and commissioning planning of upcoming artificial lift start-ups• Actively participate with FE, Wells, and Technical Teams on artificial lift design, project planning, construction, and improvement opportunities• Take an active role with Reliability Engineering etc. when reviewing systems for failure analysisThe Artificial Lift Specialist will be interacting with Operations and Engineering teams daily. The ideal candidate will have proven exposure and experience working with Artificial Lift Systems. This position will initially be a year-long contract but has the potential to extend or transition to a full-time role.Required Skills and Qualifications• Extensive hands-on experience with troubleshooting and optimizing Rod Pumping Units, Plunger Lift Systems, Gas Lift and Compression including GAPL, and Hydraulic Lift systems.• An Engineering Technologist Diploma or Engineering Degree with field experience is preferred. Extensive industry specific experience in lieu of Educational Requirement may be considered.• Experience in designing and economic evaluation of hydraulic lift• Knowledge in following IT tools: Microsoft Office suite (Intermediate to expert level).Soft Skills• Demonstrate a commitment to an injury free work environment• Demonstrated commitment to behavioral based safety programs and ensuring incident and injury free working conditions• Well-developed interpersonal & communication skills, articulate and relatable• Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively across all levels of the organization and with multi-disciplinary teams• Demonstrates pro-active, collaborative approach with ability to build positive relationships within department and organization• Must be flexible and able to adapt to changing work priorities and deliver high quality, accurate work with multiple deadlinesRespond to this posting or any of the Western Canada recruitment team Please note: Only candidates who meet or exceed the above criteria will be considered.As this position is of a safety sensitive nature, background checks, fit for duty medical and drug / alcohol screening will be requiredRandstad is the worlds leading recruitment company, established over 60 years ago with over 4800 offices worldwideAdvantagesPast experience as a Field Operator / Artificial Lift Specialist in KD areaResponsibilitiesBusiness Planning and Administration• Support development of routine well work annual downhole budget• Work with downhole equipment vendors for quotes, potential changes/upgrades/modifications to existing downhole tools• Assist Technical Team with future well planning and downhole tool options to maintain production efficiency• Work with Competency and Training Advisor to develop, schedule, and facilitate Artificial Lift training courses for Operators, PEs, and relevant stakeholders• Take an active role in the development of AL work procedures/instructionProduction Operations• Provide support during start-up, troubleshooting, and subsurface intervention activities related to AL systems• Monitoring, optimization, and troubleshooting of artificial lift equipment and performance daily/hourly• Perform fluid level shots as required to ensure AL is optimized, and well performance aligns with business plan• Utilize computer programs for monitoring and optimization of all artificial lift and flowing wells. Including but not limited to: ClearSCADA, WonderWare, OSISoft PI, XSPOC, NetFlow• Provide 1:1 coaching for Production Ops and Horizons Engineers on surface and subsurface equipmentQualificationsRequired Skills and Qualifications• Extensive hands-on experience with troubleshooting and optimizing Rod Pumping Units, Plunger Lift Systems, Gas Lift and Compression including GAPL, and Hydraulic Lift systems.• An Engineering Technologist Diploma or Engineering Degree with field experience is preferred. Extensive industry specific experience in lieu of Educational Requirement may be considered.• Experience in designing and economic evaluation of hydraulic lift• Knowledge in following IT tools: Microsoft Office suite (Intermediate to expert level).SummaryThe expectation is for a long term contract or temp to perm status to join the organization on a full time basisRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      We are urgently seeking applications for the following role based in Whitecourt, ABOur client is a Fortune 500 company is is currently seeking an Artificial Lift Specialist - for a 12 month + Contractor roleThis is a 5/2 scheduled role with a rough split of time being 50% office and 50% field basedBusiness Planning and Administration• Support development of routine well work annual downhole budget• Work with downhole equipment vendors for quotes, potential changes/upgrades/modifications to existing downhole tools• Assist Technical Team with future well planning and downhole tool options to maintain production efficiency• Work with Competency and Training Advisor to develop, schedule, and facilitate Artificial Lift training courses for Operators, PEs, and relevant stakeholders• Take an active role in the development of AL work procedures/instructionProduction Operations• Provide support during start-up, troubleshooting, and subsurface intervention activities related to AL systems• Monitoring, optimization, and troubleshooting of artificial lift equipment and performance daily/hourly• Perform fluid level shots as required to ensure AL is optimized, and well performance aligns with business plan• Utilize computer programs for monitoring and optimization of all artificial lift and flowing wells. Including but not limited to: ClearSCADA, WonderWare, OSISoft PI, XSPOC, NetFlow• Provide 1:1 coaching for Production Ops and Horizons Engineers on surface and subsurface equipmentMaintenance• Provide preventative maintenance guidance including recommendations on subsurface critical spare parts and lube oils• Monitor reliability of AL surface rotating equipment• Enter CMMS work orders and MOC Functional Reviews as requiredHSE Compliance and Culture• Follow all tenants of Operational Excellence• Report unsafe conditions and concerns to applicable parties• Develop OE competency for safe execution of work• Adhere to all corporate HES regulations and guidelines• Take part in tailgate meetings on location, submit Near Misses, Stop-Work as required.Research, Analysis, Design, and Testing• Utilize real-time data trending and analysis to identify areas of opportunities to improve equipment performance and facility operation• Actively participate in the PSSR, deficiency list prep, and commissioning planning of upcoming artificial lift start-ups• Actively participate with FE, Wells, and Technical Teams on artificial lift design, project planning, construction, and improvement opportunities• Take an active role with Reliability Engineering etc. when reviewing systems for failure analysisThe Artificial Lift Specialist will be interacting with Operations and Engineering teams daily. The ideal candidate will have proven exposure and experience working with Artificial Lift Systems. This position will initially be a year-long contract but has the potential to extend or transition to a full-time role.Required Skills and Qualifications• Extensive hands-on experience with troubleshooting and optimizing Rod Pumping Units, Plunger Lift Systems, Gas Lift and Compression including GAPL, and Hydraulic Lift systems.• An Engineering Technologist Diploma or Engineering Degree with field experience is preferred. Extensive industry specific experience in lieu of Educational Requirement may be considered.• Experience in designing and economic evaluation of hydraulic lift• Knowledge in following IT tools: Microsoft Office suite (Intermediate to expert level).Soft Skills• Demonstrate a commitment to an injury free work environment• Demonstrated commitment to behavioral based safety programs and ensuring incident and injury free working conditions• Well-developed interpersonal & communication skills, articulate and relatable• Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively across all levels of the organization and with multi-disciplinary teams• Demonstrates pro-active, collaborative approach with ability to build positive relationships within department and organization• Must be flexible and able to adapt to changing work priorities and deliver high quality, accurate work with multiple deadlinesRespond to this posting or any of the Western Canada recruitment team Please note: Only candidates who meet or exceed the above criteria will be considered.As this position is of a safety sensitive nature, background checks, fit for duty medical and drug / alcohol screening will be requiredRandstad is the worlds leading recruitment company, established over 60 years ago with over 4800 offices worldwideAdvantagesPast experience as a Field Operator / Artificial Lift Specialist in KD areaResponsibilitiesBusiness Planning and Administration• Support development of routine well work annual downhole budget• Work with downhole equipment vendors for quotes, potential changes/upgrades/modifications to existing downhole tools• Assist Technical Team with future well planning and downhole tool options to maintain production efficiency• Work with Competency and Training Advisor to develop, schedule, and facilitate Artificial Lift training courses for Operators, PEs, and relevant stakeholders• Take an active role in the development of AL work procedures/instructionProduction Operations• Provide support during start-up, troubleshooting, and subsurface intervention activities related to AL systems• Monitoring, optimization, and troubleshooting of artificial lift equipment and performance daily/hourly• Perform fluid level shots as required to ensure AL is optimized, and well performance aligns with business plan• Utilize computer programs for monitoring and optimization of all artificial lift and flowing wells. Including but not limited to: ClearSCADA, WonderWare, OSISoft PI, XSPOC, NetFlow• Provide 1:1 coaching for Production Ops and Horizons Engineers on surface and subsurface equipmentQualificationsRequired Skills and Qualifications• Extensive hands-on experience with troubleshooting and optimizing Rod Pumping Units, Plunger Lift Systems, Gas Lift and Compression including GAPL, and Hydraulic Lift systems.• An Engineering Technologist Diploma or Engineering Degree with field experience is preferred. Extensive industry specific experience in lieu of Educational Requirement may be considered.• Experience in designing and economic evaluation of hydraulic lift• Knowledge in following IT tools: Microsoft Office suite (Intermediate to expert level).SummaryThe expectation is for a long term contract or temp to perm status to join the organization on a full time basisRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.

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