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        • Hamilton, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Our client has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Civil Estimator to join their growing team in the west GTA! In this role, the Civil Estimator will be responsible for managing the day-to-day estimation activities for various civil construction projects across Canada including; municipal roads, highways, bridges, watermains & sewers etc.AdvantagesThis is a permanent opportunity with a highly reputable organization working on a variety of civil construction projects in Ontario, as well as across Canada. Our client provides the potential for career growth, a competitive salary, pension plan, benefits, paid vacation and a fantastic company culture!Responsibilities•Responsible for preparing estimates and proposals•Review tender documents, plans, specs and project sites to clearly understand the scope of work to be priced•Communicate with engineers, owners and consultants to clarify scope of work, materials and schedule requirements•Generating estimates from first principles and capable of handling all aspects of the tender process•Maintaining a directory of suppliers and contractors•Bid closings/proposal submissions•Organizing all bid information for future reference•Effective hand over of projects to field operation team(s)•Attend site meeting when required•Work with and support site supervisors•Supporting change order pricing as required•Generating monthly project progress certificates in excel format, obtaining approvals with consultants and hand over to Accounting Department•Consult blueprints, designs, and client instructions to develop construction plans for your team•Manage construction sites, ensuring that workers adhere to construction plans and safety codes•Create and enforce employee schedules and construction timelines•Document all costs and ensure that expenses never exceed the construction budget•Update clients on construction progress through presentations and client meetings•Soliciting vendors and subcontractors for estimates•Establish and maintain working relationships with subcontractors, construction personnel, supervisors, and the estimating teamQualifications•Civil Engineering Technology graduate•A minimum of 5 years’ experience estimating within Ontario;•Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel software applications•Sound knowledge of construction industry specific to roads, highways, bridges, excavating, earth-moving and sewer work;•Knowledge of MTO (Ministry of Transportation Ontario) projects and procedures;•Experience with BIM software is an asset•Strong detail orientation and analytical skillsSummaryIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today! Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
        Our client has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Civil Estimator to join their growing team in the west GTA! In this role, the Civil Estimator will be responsible for managing the day-to-day estimation activities for various civil construction projects across Canada including; municipal roads, highways, bridges, watermains & sewers etc.AdvantagesThis is a permanent opportunity with a highly reputable organization working on a variety of civil construction projects in Ontario, as well as across Canada. Our client provides the potential for career growth, a competitive salary, pension plan, benefits, paid vacation and a fantastic company culture!Responsibilities•Responsible for preparing estimates and proposals•Review tender documents, plans, specs and project sites to clearly understand the scope of work to be priced•Communicate with engineers, owners and consultants to clarify scope of work, materials and schedule requirements•Generating estimates from first principles and capable of handling all aspects of the tender process•Maintaining a directory of suppliers and contractors•Bid closings/proposal submissions•Organizing all bid information for future reference•Effective hand over of projects to field operation team(s)•Attend site meeting when required•Work with and support site supervisors•Supporting change order pricing as required•Generating monthly project progress certificates in excel format, obtaining approvals with consultants and hand over to Accounting Department•Consult blueprints, designs, and client instructions to develop construction plans for your team•Manage construction sites, ensuring that workers adhere to construction plans and safety codes•Create and enforce employee schedules and construction timelines•Document all costs and ensure that expenses never exceed the construction budget•Update clients on construction progress through presentations and client meetings•Soliciting vendors and subcontractors for estimates•Establish and maintain working relationships with subcontractors, construction personnel, supervisors, and the estimating teamQualifications•Civil Engineering Technology graduate•A minimum of 5 years’ experience estimating within Ontario;•Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel software applications•Sound knowledge of construction industry specific to roads, highways, bridges, excavating, earth-moving and sewer work;•Knowledge of MTO (Ministry of Transportation Ontario) projects and procedures;•Experience with BIM software is an asset•Strong detail orientation and analytical skillsSummaryIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today! Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
        • Hamilton, Ontario
        • Permanent
        SUMMARY / PURPOSE OF THE JOBReporting to the Plant manager, the apprentice process operator / steam, will beresponsible of assuring general plant operations and plant maintenance.MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES Steam: perform maintenance and operational as required Product testing and testing of boiler feed water; Transferring liquid asphalt products for receiving, blending and shipping purposes, including off-loading rail cars, trucks and ships; Minor maintenance; Keeping the work environment in a clean state;AdvantagesCompetitive SalaryBenefits as per the Collective agreement.Well established Canadian company.Responsibilities Steam: perform maintenance and operational as required Product testing and testing of boiler feed water; Transferring liquid asphalt products for receiving, blending and shipping purposes, including off-loading rail cars, trucks and ships; Minor maintenance; Keeping the work environment in a clean state;QualificationsTECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS Operating Engineer Fourth Class as per TSSA; Grade 12 or equivalent; Excellent command of the English language (spoken).REQUIRED SKILLS Commitment to Safety Excellence; Team player; Good analytical thinking; Work Committed; Takes accountability for actions; Ability to work under minimum supervision.SCHEDULE & CONDITIONS Job includes a lot of outside work and also climbing of tank ladders up to heights of 60 feet; Monday to Friday, but may be on 12-hour shifts or any other schedule, depending of the employer needs.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.
        SUMMARY / PURPOSE OF THE JOBReporting to the Plant manager, the apprentice process operator / steam, will beresponsible of assuring general plant operations and plant maintenance.MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES Steam: perform maintenance and operational as required Product testing and testing of boiler feed water; Transferring liquid asphalt products for receiving, blending and shipping purposes, including off-loading rail cars, trucks and ships; Minor maintenance; Keeping the work environment in a clean state;AdvantagesCompetitive SalaryBenefits as per the Collective agreement.Well established Canadian company.Responsibilities Steam: perform maintenance and operational as required Product testing and testing of boiler feed water; Transferring liquid asphalt products for receiving, blending and shipping purposes, including off-loading rail cars, trucks and ships; Minor maintenance; Keeping the work environment in a clean state;QualificationsTECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS Operating Engineer Fourth Class as per TSSA; Grade 12 or equivalent; Excellent command of the English language (spoken).REQUIRED SKILLS Commitment to Safety Excellence; Team player; Good analytical thinking; Work Committed; Takes accountability for actions; Ability to work under minimum supervision.SCHEDULE & CONDITIONS Job includes a lot of outside work and also climbing of tank ladders up to heights of 60 feet; Monday to Friday, but may be on 12-hour shifts or any other schedule, depending of the employer needs.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.
        • Burlington, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Our client in the Burlington area has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for an Engineering Manager to join their team! As the Engineering Manager, you would be responsible for planning, managing, and monitoring the mechanical and electrical engineering functions of simultaneous projects; delivering designs to agreed specifications within time and budget constraints; leading and aligning the engineering team with the company’s vision.AdvantagesThis is a permanent opportunity, with a competitive compensation package in a thriving environment.Responsibilities•Serve as the engineering leader and technical expert•Develop detailed cost estimates and project schedules for the engineering team•Direct, analyze and approve product design and changes for fit, function and fulfillment of project scope and costs•Develop detailed engineering standards, processes, and procedures for engineering staff to use and abide by•Check and confirm the accuracy of the work performed and the methods used by engineering staff•Monitor performance and coaching of individual contributors and help manage their professional development•Conduct various tests and quality assurance checks to verify the quality of completed projects•Hire, train, and supervise engineering staff members•Assign, direct and evaluate technical work•Propose and oversee budgets and timelines for engineering projects•Create reports to give updates on projects•Collaborate with cross-functional peers and leaders to deliver projects•Manage Engineering Department operating expense budget•Spearhead various research and development initiatives to identify opportunities for new projects and improved processes•Communicate and collaborate with other managers, suppliers, and contractors•Manage engineering team and mechanical designers regarding project priorities and designs•Track Engineering team performance using appropriate KPIs, metrics, tools, and techniques•Manage SRED claims.•Work with customer and end user to determine all technical information required within the project scope when required•Schedule and manage subcontractors as requiredQualifications•5+ years of experience in a management role in custom machinery and automation•Leadership skills necessary to manage and develop a team•Post secondary education in Engineering, Mechanical preferred•Budget management experience•Excellent verbal and written communication skills•PEng would be preferredSummaryIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today online or send your resume directly to swapna.nair@randstad.ca. Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
        Our client in the Burlington area has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for an Engineering Manager to join their team! As the Engineering Manager, you would be responsible for planning, managing, and monitoring the mechanical and electrical engineering functions of simultaneous projects; delivering designs to agreed specifications within time and budget constraints; leading and aligning the engineering team with the company’s vision.AdvantagesThis is a permanent opportunity, with a competitive compensation package in a thriving environment.Responsibilities•Serve as the engineering leader and technical expert•Develop detailed cost estimates and project schedules for the engineering team•Direct, analyze and approve product design and changes for fit, function and fulfillment of project scope and costs•Develop detailed engineering standards, processes, and procedures for engineering staff to use and abide by•Check and confirm the accuracy of the work performed and the methods used by engineering staff•Monitor performance and coaching of individual contributors and help manage their professional development•Conduct various tests and quality assurance checks to verify the quality of completed projects•Hire, train, and supervise engineering staff members•Assign, direct and evaluate technical work•Propose and oversee budgets and timelines for engineering projects•Create reports to give updates on projects•Collaborate with cross-functional peers and leaders to deliver projects•Manage Engineering Department operating expense budget•Spearhead various research and development initiatives to identify opportunities for new projects and improved processes•Communicate and collaborate with other managers, suppliers, and contractors•Manage engineering team and mechanical designers regarding project priorities and designs•Track Engineering team performance using appropriate KPIs, metrics, tools, and techniques•Manage SRED claims.•Work with customer and end user to determine all technical information required within the project scope when required•Schedule and manage subcontractors as requiredQualifications•5+ years of experience in a management role in custom machinery and automation•Leadership skills necessary to manage and develop a team•Post secondary education in Engineering, Mechanical preferred•Budget management experience•Excellent verbal and written communication skills•PEng would be preferredSummaryIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today online or send your resume directly to swapna.nair@randstad.ca. Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
        • Burlington, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Our client in the Machinery Manufacturing industry, located in Burlington, has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Mechanical Designer to join their team! As a Mechanical Designer, you would be responsible for designing various automated machines, based on customer requirements. AdvantagesThis is a permanent opportunity with a growing organization, offering a competitive compensation package! Responsibilities•Design and optimize mechanical components for automated strapping systems using SolidWorks •Perform engineering calculations with respect to strength of materials, horse power, pressure, force, etc.•Design hydraulic and pneumatic schematics •Develop manufacturing drawings in accordance with company standards. •Support production and assembly departments by communicating design intent, troubleshooting, and capturing as-built changes.•Specify system components or direct modification of products to ensure conformance with engineering design and performance specifications. •Work with outside vendors for technical specifications •Analyze design concepts, specifications, manuals, and other data to evaluate the feasibility, cost, and maintenance requirements of designs or applications.•Work within project scope, timeline and budget, and communicate should a project be at risk•Review machine operations and safety requirements with controls department•Regularly communicate progress on tasks to manager•Assist in creating equipment manuals, and other documentation as requiredQualifications•5+ years of experience in mechanical design within custom automation machinery•Good mechanical aptitude and knowledge of common machine shop techniques •Post secondary education within Mechanical Engineering •Proficient in SolidWorks•Strong verbal and written communication skills•Excellent problem solving and time management skillsSummaryIf you are interested in this opportunity, then apply online or send your resume directly to swapna.nair@randstad.ca. Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
        Our client in the Machinery Manufacturing industry, located in Burlington, has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Mechanical Designer to join their team! As a Mechanical Designer, you would be responsible for designing various automated machines, based on customer requirements. AdvantagesThis is a permanent opportunity with a growing organization, offering a competitive compensation package! Responsibilities•Design and optimize mechanical components for automated strapping systems using SolidWorks •Perform engineering calculations with respect to strength of materials, horse power, pressure, force, etc.•Design hydraulic and pneumatic schematics •Develop manufacturing drawings in accordance with company standards. •Support production and assembly departments by communicating design intent, troubleshooting, and capturing as-built changes.•Specify system components or direct modification of products to ensure conformance with engineering design and performance specifications. •Work with outside vendors for technical specifications •Analyze design concepts, specifications, manuals, and other data to evaluate the feasibility, cost, and maintenance requirements of designs or applications.•Work within project scope, timeline and budget, and communicate should a project be at risk•Review machine operations and safety requirements with controls department•Regularly communicate progress on tasks to manager•Assist in creating equipment manuals, and other documentation as requiredQualifications•5+ years of experience in mechanical design within custom automation machinery•Good mechanical aptitude and knowledge of common machine shop techniques •Post secondary education within Mechanical Engineering •Proficient in SolidWorks•Strong verbal and written communication skills•Excellent problem solving and time management skillsSummaryIf you are interested in this opportunity, then apply online or send your resume directly to swapna.nair@randstad.ca. Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

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