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        • Calgary, Alberta
        • Contract
        Job DescriptionEngineering Lead – ElectricalCalgary, ABContract Job Reference Code: ENBJP000010797Recruiting for our client from the midstream sector, the focus of this position is to provide Electrical Power Systems technical support for projects led by others and to act as Project Engineering Lead for multidiscipline projects. Overall project involvement will range in size from small maintenance capital work to large-scale compressor site expansions. The successful individual must be able to support multiple projects at a time both as a subject matter expert and as a project engineer.As the Electrical Engineering Lead, you will be responsible for design oversight of all electrical equipment and systems required by the project(s) within your assignment. The Engineering Lead works closely with other disciplines on the Facilities Project Engineering team while interfacing with other stakeholders including operations, lands, and legal. Expertise with power systems design and equipment is essential while familiarity with instrumentation and controls is considered an asset.SPECIFIC ACCOUNTABILITIES:• Collaborate with functional groups and stakeholders to define project scopes, budgets, and schedules.• Ensure power systems on projects are functional, comply with specifications and standards, comply with codes and regulations, and are safe.• Contract management of Engineering Service Providers (ESPs); development of engineering Scopes of Work (SOW), review of engineering proposals and preparation of award recommendations, Earned Value Management (EVM) based on established Rules of Credit (ROC) and change management as required.• Coordinate and provide leadership to Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) allocated to the project team to complete technical activities as required• Monitors discipline-specific deliverable quality and schedule.• Participate in project design including the review of engineering deliverables and attendance in design review meetings; HAZID, HAZOP, and 3D Model Reviews.• Coordinate and support project contracts and procurement; assist in the development of the project procurement plan, preparation or review of RFQs, review of vendor/contractor proposals, prepare or review technical and commercial evaluations, prepare award recommendations, and vendor/contractor management.• Collaborate with and support operations and construction to resolving operability and constructability issues during project planning and execution phases (RFIs).• Collaborate with operations to coordinate outage and tie-in planning activities including the Management of Change (MOC) procedure.• Collaborate with Environmental, Lands, Legal and Regulatory to ensure required project permitting and filings are completed.CONTACTSThe Engineering Lead IV would work closely with the Facilities Project Engineering team.WORKING CONDITIONS• Office Environment (work from home until the pandemic subsides)• Limited Travel (10-25% of time)KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIESREQUIRED:• University degree in Electrical Engineering (or demonstrated equivalent, (i.e., P.L.Eng.)Registered or eligible for immediate registration with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta and/or British Colombia and/or Saskatchewan (or Licensee)• 10+ years of engineering experience• Experience specifying and procuring Low/Med Voltage MCCs, SWGR, VFDs, Motors, UPS, Electrical Buildings, Generators, Lighting, Cable and Tray, etc.• Experience designing and specifying industrial electrical distribution systems for medium voltage and low voltage systems.• Experience with selection and sizing of primary and back up electrical power generation systems and associated controls• Demonstrable in-depth knowledge of regulatory governances (federal and provincial), codes and standards (CSA, IEEE, API, US codes an asset but not necessary)• Strong verbal and written communication skills for non-technical audienceBasic computer skills including spreadsheets and word processing• Willingness and ability to travel• Excellent time management skills, ability to prioritize and multi-task effectively• A demonstration of effective troubleshooting skills• Experience working with multi-discipline project teams• Experience working in an oversight and team lead role• Good leadership and team-building skills utilizing a collaborative methodPREFERRED BUT NOT REQUIRED:EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH:• Industrial and Aeroderivative Gas Turbines• Compressor Station Design and Layout• Packaged Equipment• Modularization• Cathodic protection and isolation• Brown Field Expansion, Debottlenecking, and Upgrading• Balance of Owner & EPC experience• Mid-stream and Gas Transmission Experience• Experience with and an understanding of industrial control systems including PLCs, SCADA systems, DCS, and RTUs.• Instrumentation familiarity would ideal• Experience with electrical system analysis and studies including short circuit, load flow, motor starting, and arc flash.If this sounds like the right role for you and you are confident in what you bring to the table, apply now!Please note: All candidates are subject to Criminal, Reference, Drug and Alcohol Test, Driver’s Abstract, and other checks.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.AdvantagesIt is a great opportunity to prosper your career with a market leader in the Energy sector!ResponsibilitiesSPECIFIC ACCOUNTABILITIES:• Collaborate with functional groups and stakeholders to define project scopes, budgets, and schedules.• Ensure power systems on projects are functional, comply with specifications and standards, comply with codes and regulations, and are safe.• Contract management of Engineering Service Providers (ESPs); development of engineering Scopes of Work (SOW), review of engineering proposals and preparation of award recommendations, Earned Value Management (EVM) based on established Rules of Credit (ROC) and change management as required.• Coordinate and provide leadership to Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) allocated to the project team to complete technical activities as required• Monitors discipline-specific deliverable quality and schedule.• Participate in project design including the review of engineering deliverables and attendance in design review meetings; HAZID, HAZOP, and 3D Model Reviews.• Coordinate and support project contracts and procurement; assist in the development of the project procurement plan, preparation or review of RFQs, review of vendor/contractor proposals, prepare or review technical and commercial evaluations, prepare award recommendations and vendor/contractor management.• Collaborate with and support operations and construction to resolving operability and constructability issues during project planning and execution phases (RFIs).• Collaborate with operations to coordinate outage and tie-in planning activities including the Management of Change (MOC) procedure.• Collaborate with Environmental, Lands, Legal and Regulatory to ensure required project permitting and filings are completed.Qualifications• University degree in Electrical Engineering (or demonstrated equivalent, (i.e., P.L.Eng.)Registered or eligible for immediate registration with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta and/or British Colombia and/or Saskatchewan (or Licensee)• 10+ years of engineering experience• Experience specifying and procuring Low/Med Voltage MCCs, SWGR, VFDs, Motors, UPS, Electrical Buildings, Generators, Lighting, Cable and Tray, etc.• Experience designing and specifying industrial electrical distribution systems for medium voltage and low voltage systems.• Experience with selection and sizing of primary and back up electrical power generation systems and associated controls• Demonstrable in-depth knowledge of regulatory governances (federal and provincial), codes and standards (CSA, IEEE, API, US codes an asset but not necessary)• Strong verbal and written communication skills for nontechnical audienceBasic computer skills including spreadsheets and word processing• Willingness and ability to travel• Excellent time management skills, ability to prioritize and multi-task effectively• A demonstration of effective troubleshooting skills• Experience working with multi-discipline project teams• Experience working in an oversight and team lead role• Good leadership and team building skills utilizing collaborative methodSummaryRecruiting for our client from the midstream sector, the focus of this position is to provide Electrical Power Systems technical support for projects led by others and to act as Project Engineering Lead for multidiscipline projects. Overall project involvement will range in size from small maintenance capital work to large scale compressor site expansions. The successful individual must be able to support multiple projects at a time both as a subject matter expert and as a project engineer.As the Electrical Engineering Lead, you will be responsible for design oversight of all electrical equipment and systems required by the project(s) within your assignment. The Engineering Lead works closely with other disciplines on the Facilities Project Engineering team while interfacing with other stakeholders including operations, lands, and legal. Expertise with power systems design and equipment is essential while familiarity with instrumentation and controls is considered an asset.
        Job DescriptionEngineering Lead – ElectricalCalgary, ABContract Job Reference Code: ENBJP000010797Recruiting for our client from the midstream sector, the focus of this position is to provide Electrical Power Systems technical support for projects led by others and to act as Project Engineering Lead for multidiscipline projects. Overall project involvement will range in size from small maintenance capital work to large-scale compressor site expansions. The successful individual must be able to support multiple projects at a time both as a subject matter expert and as a project engineer.As the Electrical Engineering Lead, you will be responsible for design oversight of all electrical equipment and systems required by the project(s) within your assignment. The Engineering Lead works closely with other disciplines on the Facilities Project Engineering team while interfacing with other stakeholders including operations, lands, and legal. Expertise with power systems design and equipment is essential while familiarity with instrumentation and controls is considered an asset.SPECIFIC ACCOUNTABILITIES:• Collaborate with functional groups and stakeholders to define project scopes, budgets, and schedules.• Ensure power systems on projects are functional, comply with specifications and standards, comply with codes and regulations, and are safe.• Contract management of Engineering Service Providers (ESPs); development of engineering Scopes of Work (SOW), review of engineering proposals and preparation of award recommendations, Earned Value Management (EVM) based on established Rules of Credit (ROC) and change management as required.• Coordinate and provide leadership to Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) allocated to the project team to complete technical activities as required• Monitors discipline-specific deliverable quality and schedule.• Participate in project design including the review of engineering deliverables and attendance in design review meetings; HAZID, HAZOP, and 3D Model Reviews.• Coordinate and support project contracts and procurement; assist in the development of the project procurement plan, preparation or review of RFQs, review of vendor/contractor proposals, prepare or review technical and commercial evaluations, prepare award recommendations, and vendor/contractor management.• Collaborate with and support operations and construction to resolving operability and constructability issues during project planning and execution phases (RFIs).• Collaborate with operations to coordinate outage and tie-in planning activities including the Management of Change (MOC) procedure.• Collaborate with Environmental, Lands, Legal and Regulatory to ensure required project permitting and filings are completed.CONTACTSThe Engineering Lead IV would work closely with the Facilities Project Engineering team.WORKING CONDITIONS• Office Environment (work from home until the pandemic subsides)• Limited Travel (10-25% of time)KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIESREQUIRED:• University degree in Electrical Engineering (or demonstrated equivalent, (i.e., P.L.Eng.)Registered or eligible for immediate registration with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta and/or British Colombia and/or Saskatchewan (or Licensee)• 10+ years of engineering experience• Experience specifying and procuring Low/Med Voltage MCCs, SWGR, VFDs, Motors, UPS, Electrical Buildings, Generators, Lighting, Cable and Tray, etc.• Experience designing and specifying industrial electrical distribution systems for medium voltage and low voltage systems.• Experience with selection and sizing of primary and back up electrical power generation systems and associated controls• Demonstrable in-depth knowledge of regulatory governances (federal and provincial), codes and standards (CSA, IEEE, API, US codes an asset but not necessary)• Strong verbal and written communication skills for non-technical audienceBasic computer skills including spreadsheets and word processing• Willingness and ability to travel• Excellent time management skills, ability to prioritize and multi-task effectively• A demonstration of effective troubleshooting skills• Experience working with multi-discipline project teams• Experience working in an oversight and team lead role• Good leadership and team-building skills utilizing a collaborative methodPREFERRED BUT NOT REQUIRED:EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH:• Industrial and Aeroderivative Gas Turbines• Compressor Station Design and Layout• Packaged Equipment• Modularization• Cathodic protection and isolation• Brown Field Expansion, Debottlenecking, and Upgrading• Balance of Owner & EPC experience• Mid-stream and Gas Transmission Experience• Experience with and an understanding of industrial control systems including PLCs, SCADA systems, DCS, and RTUs.• Instrumentation familiarity would ideal• Experience with electrical system analysis and studies including short circuit, load flow, motor starting, and arc flash.If this sounds like the right role for you and you are confident in what you bring to the table, apply now!Please note: All candidates are subject to Criminal, Reference, Drug and Alcohol Test, Driver’s Abstract, and other checks.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.AdvantagesIt is a great opportunity to prosper your career with a market leader in the Energy sector!ResponsibilitiesSPECIFIC ACCOUNTABILITIES:• Collaborate with functional groups and stakeholders to define project scopes, budgets, and schedules.• Ensure power systems on projects are functional, comply with specifications and standards, comply with codes and regulations, and are safe.• Contract management of Engineering Service Providers (ESPs); development of engineering Scopes of Work (SOW), review of engineering proposals and preparation of award recommendations, Earned Value Management (EVM) based on established Rules of Credit (ROC) and change management as required.• Coordinate and provide leadership to Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) allocated to the project team to complete technical activities as required• Monitors discipline-specific deliverable quality and schedule.• Participate in project design including the review of engineering deliverables and attendance in design review meetings; HAZID, HAZOP, and 3D Model Reviews.• Coordinate and support project contracts and procurement; assist in the development of the project procurement plan, preparation or review of RFQs, review of vendor/contractor proposals, prepare or review technical and commercial evaluations, prepare award recommendations and vendor/contractor management.• Collaborate with and support operations and construction to resolving operability and constructability issues during project planning and execution phases (RFIs).• Collaborate with operations to coordinate outage and tie-in planning activities including the Management of Change (MOC) procedure.• Collaborate with Environmental, Lands, Legal and Regulatory to ensure required project permitting and filings are completed.Qualifications• University degree in Electrical Engineering (or demonstrated equivalent, (i.e., P.L.Eng.)Registered or eligible for immediate registration with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta and/or British Colombia and/or Saskatchewan (or Licensee)• 10+ years of engineering experience• Experience specifying and procuring Low/Med Voltage MCCs, SWGR, VFDs, Motors, UPS, Electrical Buildings, Generators, Lighting, Cable and Tray, etc.• Experience designing and specifying industrial electrical distribution systems for medium voltage and low voltage systems.• Experience with selection and sizing of primary and back up electrical power generation systems and associated controls• Demonstrable in-depth knowledge of regulatory governances (federal and provincial), codes and standards (CSA, IEEE, API, US codes an asset but not necessary)• Strong verbal and written communication skills for nontechnical audienceBasic computer skills including spreadsheets and word processing• Willingness and ability to travel• Excellent time management skills, ability to prioritize and multi-task effectively• A demonstration of effective troubleshooting skills• Experience working with multi-discipline project teams• Experience working in an oversight and team lead role• Good leadership and team building skills utilizing collaborative methodSummaryRecruiting for our client from the midstream sector, the focus of this position is to provide Electrical Power Systems technical support for projects led by others and to act as Project Engineering Lead for multidiscipline projects. Overall project involvement will range in size from small maintenance capital work to large scale compressor site expansions. The successful individual must be able to support multiple projects at a time both as a subject matter expert and as a project engineer.As the Electrical Engineering Lead, you will be responsible for design oversight of all electrical equipment and systems required by the project(s) within your assignment. The Engineering Lead works closely with other disciplines on the Facilities Project Engineering team while interfacing with other stakeholders including operations, lands, and legal. Expertise with power systems design and equipment is essential while familiarity with instrumentation and controls is considered an asset.
        • Calgary, Alberta
        • Contract
        Health, Safety and Environmental Coordinator (6 month Contract)Our client is one of the largest producers of electricity from renewable sources in the world and they are currently in search of a Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Coordinator to fill a contract role based in Conrad, AB. A per diem will be provided for travel / accommodations. Our client is known worldwide with a strong reputation providing responsible, sustainable solutions and always innovating. AdvantagesReporting to the HSE Manager – Construction, the HSE Coordinator will work closely with construction and contractors hired to perform work to facilitate a safe working environment. We’re looking for someone hardworking and committed to their job on a daily basis. The role requires a calm and approachable demeanor with good communication skills. Responsibilities•Demonstrate and ensure that the highest levels of HSE practices are being followed. This includes wearing and demonstrating the proper use of essential safety equipment, identifying potential hazards on the job, conducting incident investigations and action plans and other HSE site duties as assigned. •Ensure contractor’s compliance with their HSE policies and requirements as well as provide field HSE support for assigned projects. •Adhere to and represent strong values as defined by company philosophy, vision and HSE policy statements.•Provide support throughout construction including providing safety topics for meetings, site safety performance updates, reviewing HSE related submittals and providing status updates and outcomes of incident investigations for site related incidents. •Advance and promote excellent HSE culture across construction and contract teams and across project development striving for continuous improvement in HSE. •Provide training as necessary to project staff. Must become familiar with company specific / project specific requirements as it relates to Safety and be comfortable speaking in groups providing quality training and site-wide safety meetings. •Maintain records for all site related incidents and provide updates to the site team and corporate HSE and line managers as necessary. •Build and maintain professional relationships with outside partners and contractors throughout duration of the project, promoting contractor engagement and a positive safe work culture•Maintain PPE inventory and ensure sufficient equipment is available for site staff and visitors.•Assist in the creation of lessons learned for any incident findings that may benefit the business. •Maintain and create a site HSE Communications Board. This includes providing updates for communicated lessons learned, policy changes, updates to Emergency plans and locations of life saving equipment and updated contact lists.• Review findings and provide trending data updates to project management and construction management staff also discussing findings with contractor. •Organize HSE related activities or events specific to the site to promote safety.•Provide support to site based HSR personnel to enable effective delivery of site related tasks. •Initiate incident notification process and track investigation process through to completion and close out following company timelines and expectations. Qualifications•Minimum of 5 years HSE experience applicable to the construction of power generation and related facilities, preferably in solar construction or operations.•Working knowledge of CFR Construction and Storm Water Pollution Prevention Planning.•Knowledge of federal and local environmental requirements.•Proficient with Microsoft office suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio etc.•Comfortable speaking and presenting in front of large groups to perform training and site wide meetings and stand downs. •Current certifications in First Aid, CPR, AED and NFOA70ESummaryAs this is considered a safety sensitive position successful candidate, a negative D+A test will be a pre-requisite prior to arrival and commencement of assignment. If qualified and interested please send resume in confidence to: madeline.oliver@randstad.ca
        Health, Safety and Environmental Coordinator (6 month Contract)Our client is one of the largest producers of electricity from renewable sources in the world and they are currently in search of a Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Coordinator to fill a contract role based in Conrad, AB. A per diem will be provided for travel / accommodations. Our client is known worldwide with a strong reputation providing responsible, sustainable solutions and always innovating. AdvantagesReporting to the HSE Manager – Construction, the HSE Coordinator will work closely with construction and contractors hired to perform work to facilitate a safe working environment. We’re looking for someone hardworking and committed to their job on a daily basis. The role requires a calm and approachable demeanor with good communication skills. Responsibilities•Demonstrate and ensure that the highest levels of HSE practices are being followed. This includes wearing and demonstrating the proper use of essential safety equipment, identifying potential hazards on the job, conducting incident investigations and action plans and other HSE site duties as assigned. •Ensure contractor’s compliance with their HSE policies and requirements as well as provide field HSE support for assigned projects. •Adhere to and represent strong values as defined by company philosophy, vision and HSE policy statements.•Provide support throughout construction including providing safety topics for meetings, site safety performance updates, reviewing HSE related submittals and providing status updates and outcomes of incident investigations for site related incidents. •Advance and promote excellent HSE culture across construction and contract teams and across project development striving for continuous improvement in HSE. •Provide training as necessary to project staff. Must become familiar with company specific / project specific requirements as it relates to Safety and be comfortable speaking in groups providing quality training and site-wide safety meetings. •Maintain records for all site related incidents and provide updates to the site team and corporate HSE and line managers as necessary. •Build and maintain professional relationships with outside partners and contractors throughout duration of the project, promoting contractor engagement and a positive safe work culture•Maintain PPE inventory and ensure sufficient equipment is available for site staff and visitors.•Assist in the creation of lessons learned for any incident findings that may benefit the business. •Maintain and create a site HSE Communications Board. This includes providing updates for communicated lessons learned, policy changes, updates to Emergency plans and locations of life saving equipment and updated contact lists.• Review findings and provide trending data updates to project management and construction management staff also discussing findings with contractor. •Organize HSE related activities or events specific to the site to promote safety.•Provide support to site based HSR personnel to enable effective delivery of site related tasks. •Initiate incident notification process and track investigation process through to completion and close out following company timelines and expectations. Qualifications•Minimum of 5 years HSE experience applicable to the construction of power generation and related facilities, preferably in solar construction or operations.•Working knowledge of CFR Construction and Storm Water Pollution Prevention Planning.•Knowledge of federal and local environmental requirements.•Proficient with Microsoft office suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio etc.•Comfortable speaking and presenting in front of large groups to perform training and site wide meetings and stand downs. •Current certifications in First Aid, CPR, AED and NFOA70ESummaryAs this is considered a safety sensitive position successful candidate, a negative D+A test will be a pre-requisite prior to arrival and commencement of assignment. If qualified and interested please send resume in confidence to: madeline.oliver@randstad.ca

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