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        • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
        • Permanent
        Our client in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan is looking to add a Systems Engineer to their well established and successful team. In this role, you will be able to contribute to the overall success of a company with a strong international reputation for excellence and learn and grow with the support of mentorship surrounding you. Our client specializes in developing complex hardware and software systems for cable, telecommunications, and defense applications. As an employee, you will enjoy a comprehensive benefits package, competitive salary, a company paid pension plan and an employee stock purchase plan. Summary:The successful applicant will take a lead role in proposing, developing, testing, and delivering radio frequency satellite earth stations for applications that include satellite operations, high speed internet, earth observation, and deep space missions. These systems use leading edge components built into high availability architectures with integrated monitoring and control capabilities, and are designed to the exacting requirements of our customers.ADVANTAGESRelocation available to Saskatoon for the right candidateGreat benefitsCompetitive salaryCompany paid pension planEmployee stock purchase planRESPONSIBILITIES• Contributing to proposals, both technical and costing• Capturing customer requirements• Performing system design and analysis• Performing verification testing• Installing systems at sites located all over the worldQUALIFICATIONS• A bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Engineering Physics• A minimum of 6 years of experience in the areas outlined below• A postgraduate degree is considered an asset• Excellent oral and written communications skills• Demonstrated leadership abilities• Willingness to travelSUMMARYApplicants must be able to demonstrate proficiency in the following areas:• A strong grasp of the state of the art in RF equipment used in the satellite communications industry, from IF to V-Band, and experience in the selection and sizing of this equipment in complex applications• Requirements analysis and capture, tradeoff studies, cost-benefit analysis, and build-vs-buy decisions• System level analysis of critical satellite earth station RF parameters: EIRP, G/T, intermodulation, phase noise, etc.• In depth understanding of RF test equipment and associated measurement techniques developed in the hands-on integration and test of sophisticated satellite ground station communication systems• Preparation and presentation of proposals, unit specifications (including those for custom designs), design documentation, interface control documents, system manuals, and training materials• Leadership of a technical team, with support to project management, customers, and end usersExperience in the following areas is considered an asset:• Motors and associated gearbox and servo systems, HVAC systems• High speed A/Ds, D/As, VCOs, Phase Locked Loops, etc.• Composite materials and associated production processes• Analysis tools such as Matlab and scripting tools such as Python• Microsoft Office, particularly Word, Excel, and VisioQualified and interested candidates are invited to apply via email to: madeline.oliver@randstad.caPlease note that only qualified candidates will be contacted.
        Our client in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan is looking to add a Systems Engineer to their well established and successful team. In this role, you will be able to contribute to the overall success of a company with a strong international reputation for excellence and learn and grow with the support of mentorship surrounding you. Our client specializes in developing complex hardware and software systems for cable, telecommunications, and defense applications. As an employee, you will enjoy a comprehensive benefits package, competitive salary, a company paid pension plan and an employee stock purchase plan. Summary:The successful applicant will take a lead role in proposing, developing, testing, and delivering radio frequency satellite earth stations for applications that include satellite operations, high speed internet, earth observation, and deep space missions. These systems use leading edge components built into high availability architectures with integrated monitoring and control capabilities, and are designed to the exacting requirements of our customers.ADVANTAGESRelocation available to Saskatoon for the right candidateGreat benefitsCompetitive salaryCompany paid pension planEmployee stock purchase planRESPONSIBILITIES• Contributing to proposals, both technical and costing• Capturing customer requirements• Performing system design and analysis• Performing verification testing• Installing systems at sites located all over the worldQUALIFICATIONS• A bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Engineering Physics• A minimum of 6 years of experience in the areas outlined below• A postgraduate degree is considered an asset• Excellent oral and written communications skills• Demonstrated leadership abilities• Willingness to travelSUMMARYApplicants must be able to demonstrate proficiency in the following areas:• A strong grasp of the state of the art in RF equipment used in the satellite communications industry, from IF to V-Band, and experience in the selection and sizing of this equipment in complex applications• Requirements analysis and capture, tradeoff studies, cost-benefit analysis, and build-vs-buy decisions• System level analysis of critical satellite earth station RF parameters: EIRP, G/T, intermodulation, phase noise, etc.• In depth understanding of RF test equipment and associated measurement techniques developed in the hands-on integration and test of sophisticated satellite ground station communication systems• Preparation and presentation of proposals, unit specifications (including those for custom designs), design documentation, interface control documents, system manuals, and training materials• Leadership of a technical team, with support to project management, customers, and end usersExperience in the following areas is considered an asset:• Motors and associated gearbox and servo systems, HVAC systems• High speed A/Ds, D/As, VCOs, Phase Locked Loops, etc.• Composite materials and associated production processes• Analysis tools such as Matlab and scripting tools such as Python• Microsoft Office, particularly Word, Excel, and VisioQualified and interested candidates are invited to apply via email to: madeline.oliver@randstad.caPlease note that only qualified candidates will be contacted.
        • Yorkton, Saskatchewan
        • Permanent
        General SummaryThis position is responsible for all aspects of production and operations in the Refinery of a "Food Production" facility. This person will work independently with supervision to help develop and support the goals and strategies of the Company and the facility.Primary Responsibilities/Essential Functions: •Direct, maintain, and enforce safety programs for all personnel and plant equipment•Ensure all applicable government regulations are met at all times•Assist in site construction management. Ensure that project goals are met. Prepare the plant for commissioning and startup•Complete regular checks of refinery staff and equipment to ensure that standard operating procedures are followed and Company standards are met.•Maintain proper coverage by managing the refinery staffing schedules.•Plan and manage the refinery budget to meet facility needs and production goals.•Maintain inventory of supplies to ensure efficient refinery operation•Make improvements to the refinery process as necessary to maximize efficiency, increase product quality and/or lower costs.•Respond to refinery issues or alarms and lead investigations as necessary.•Collect, record and analyze refinery data to optimize efficiencies and product quality.•Serve as the liaison between the Facility Manager and the refinery staff.•Notify the Facility Manager of potential safety hazards, equipment failures, operational inconsistencies and employee incidents.•Report any refinery equipment issues to maintenance staff.•Deliver job-related training to refinery staff to increase efficiency and safety.•Coach staff on the Company’s performance expectations and provide on going performance feedback.•Develop training and operating procedures as needed / directed•Hire, train, evaluate, and discharge staff as needed•Develop and implement production and quality measurement and control systems•Direct and coordinate production, processing, and maintenance activities•Review operations and confer with technical or administrative resources to resolve production opportunities, improve efficiency, or otherwise reduce cost•Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Facility Manager or other executives•This position will require intermittent travel up to 25% on an annual basis. The travel may include weekend stays and travel outside of CanadaADVANTAGESStrong company culture and management foundation that will provide extremely good job security and career grow opportunitiesRESPONSIBILITIESPrimary Responsibilities/Essential Functions: •Direct, maintain, and enforce safety programs for all personnel and plant equipment•Ensure all applicable government regulations are met at all times•Assist in site construction management. Ensure that project goals are met. Prepare the plant for commissioning and startup•Complete regular checks of refinery staff and equipment to ensure that standard operating procedures are followed and Company standards are met.•Maintain proper coverage by managing the refinery staffing schedules.•Plan and manage the refinery budget to meet facility needs and production goals.•Maintain inventory of supplies to ensure efficient refinery operation•Make improvements to the refinery process as necessary to maximize efficiency, increase product quality and/or lower costs.•Respond to refinery issues or alarms and lead investigations as necessary.•Collect, record and analyze refinery data to optimize efficiencies and product quality.•Serve as the liaison between the Facility Manager and the refinery staff.•Notify the Facility Manager of potential safety hazards, equipment failures, operational inconsistencies and employee incidents.•Report any refinery equipment issues to maintenance staff.•Deliver job-related training to refinery staff to increase efficiency and safety.•Coach staff on the Company’s performance expectations and provide on going performance feedback.•Develop training and operating procedures as needed / directed•Hire, train, evaluate, and discharge staff as needed•Develop and implement production and quality measurement and control systems•Direct and coordinate production, processing, and maintenance activities•Review operations and confer with technical or administrative resources to resolve production opportunities, improve efficiency, or otherwise reduce cost•Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Facility Manager or other executives•This position will require intermittent travel up to 25% on an annual basis. The travel may include weekend stays and travel outside of CanadaQUALIFICATIONSEducation•Bachelor’s degree.•Chemical/Process/Manufacturing Engineering is Preferred. Experience•5+ years related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience•5 or more years working in vegetable oil refinery process is preferredKnowledge/Skills/Licenses•Demonstrated leadership ability in a plant leadership position. •Able to set clear, reasonable expectations and hold staff accountable.•Demonstrated ability to provide and maintain a safe and effective working environment.•Project development and management experience.•Working knowledge of budgets, process reports, and other financial statements.•Proficient with standard software productsSUMMARYMust come from a vegetable oil refining background to be considered. If you have the background listed above and are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please reach out to me at brad.wyma@randstad.ca for more information.
        General SummaryThis position is responsible for all aspects of production and operations in the Refinery of a "Food Production" facility. This person will work independently with supervision to help develop and support the goals and strategies of the Company and the facility.Primary Responsibilities/Essential Functions: •Direct, maintain, and enforce safety programs for all personnel and plant equipment•Ensure all applicable government regulations are met at all times•Assist in site construction management. Ensure that project goals are met. Prepare the plant for commissioning and startup•Complete regular checks of refinery staff and equipment to ensure that standard operating procedures are followed and Company standards are met.•Maintain proper coverage by managing the refinery staffing schedules.•Plan and manage the refinery budget to meet facility needs and production goals.•Maintain inventory of supplies to ensure efficient refinery operation•Make improvements to the refinery process as necessary to maximize efficiency, increase product quality and/or lower costs.•Respond to refinery issues or alarms and lead investigations as necessary.•Collect, record and analyze refinery data to optimize efficiencies and product quality.•Serve as the liaison between the Facility Manager and the refinery staff.•Notify the Facility Manager of potential safety hazards, equipment failures, operational inconsistencies and employee incidents.•Report any refinery equipment issues to maintenance staff.•Deliver job-related training to refinery staff to increase efficiency and safety.•Coach staff on the Company’s performance expectations and provide on going performance feedback.•Develop training and operating procedures as needed / directed•Hire, train, evaluate, and discharge staff as needed•Develop and implement production and quality measurement and control systems•Direct and coordinate production, processing, and maintenance activities•Review operations and confer with technical or administrative resources to resolve production opportunities, improve efficiency, or otherwise reduce cost•Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Facility Manager or other executives•This position will require intermittent travel up to 25% on an annual basis. The travel may include weekend stays and travel outside of CanadaADVANTAGESStrong company culture and management foundation that will provide extremely good job security and career grow opportunitiesRESPONSIBILITIESPrimary Responsibilities/Essential Functions: •Direct, maintain, and enforce safety programs for all personnel and plant equipment•Ensure all applicable government regulations are met at all times•Assist in site construction management. Ensure that project goals are met. Prepare the plant for commissioning and startup•Complete regular checks of refinery staff and equipment to ensure that standard operating procedures are followed and Company standards are met.•Maintain proper coverage by managing the refinery staffing schedules.•Plan and manage the refinery budget to meet facility needs and production goals.•Maintain inventory of supplies to ensure efficient refinery operation•Make improvements to the refinery process as necessary to maximize efficiency, increase product quality and/or lower costs.•Respond to refinery issues or alarms and lead investigations as necessary.•Collect, record and analyze refinery data to optimize efficiencies and product quality.•Serve as the liaison between the Facility Manager and the refinery staff.•Notify the Facility Manager of potential safety hazards, equipment failures, operational inconsistencies and employee incidents.•Report any refinery equipment issues to maintenance staff.•Deliver job-related training to refinery staff to increase efficiency and safety.•Coach staff on the Company’s performance expectations and provide on going performance feedback.•Develop training and operating procedures as needed / directed•Hire, train, evaluate, and discharge staff as needed•Develop and implement production and quality measurement and control systems•Direct and coordinate production, processing, and maintenance activities•Review operations and confer with technical or administrative resources to resolve production opportunities, improve efficiency, or otherwise reduce cost•Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Facility Manager or other executives•This position will require intermittent travel up to 25% on an annual basis. The travel may include weekend stays and travel outside of CanadaQUALIFICATIONSEducation•Bachelor’s degree.•Chemical/Process/Manufacturing Engineering is Preferred. Experience•5+ years related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience•5 or more years working in vegetable oil refinery process is preferredKnowledge/Skills/Licenses•Demonstrated leadership ability in a plant leadership position. •Able to set clear, reasonable expectations and hold staff accountable.•Demonstrated ability to provide and maintain a safe and effective working environment.•Project development and management experience.•Working knowledge of budgets, process reports, and other financial statements.•Proficient with standard software productsSUMMARYMust come from a vegetable oil refining background to be considered. If you have the background listed above and are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please reach out to me at brad.wyma@randstad.ca for more information.

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