|Professional Engineer Designate (EIT)|
Professional Engineer Designate (EIT)
Company : Jobssummary / Indeed
Salary : Details not provided
Location : Manitoba
The Professional Engineer Designate – Engineer in Training (E.I.T.) will undertake a variety of engineering assignments for their respective Branch Head including: administering data collection programs; data analysis; preparing reports and presentations; field inspections, investigations, and surveys; water modeling, design, and capital and operational cost estimates; GIS/data querying and responding to customer concerns and/or requests for information. The E.I.T. will work in the Support Systems Branch, supporting all branches within the Water Services Division while developing a broad understanding of the application of engineering skills and receiving mentoring from a professional engineer. The duties and skills learned are intended to provide the E.I.T. with the work experience required for eligibility to register as a professional engineer.
As the Professional Engineer Designate – Engineer in Training you will:
Under the supervision of a Professional Engineer -
- Assist in the planning, maintenance and operation of the City’s water distribution and treatment systems to ensure the level of service being provided is at acceptable and expected standards.
- Undertake engineering design, project management and/or contract administration for capital and operational projects, including the preparation of bid documents and capital and operational cost estimates.
- Perform engineering analyses, calculations, and hydraulic modeling as required to assess designs for water treatment system performance and infrastructure condition assessments.
- Provide recommendations with respect to design alternatives, capital costs, operational costs, and operational risk and customer impacts, ensuring the proposed design minimizes impacts to the environment.
- Assist in design review of proposed modifications to existing infrastructure and new development proposals to ensure designs comply with City servicing criteria and minimize customer, operational, and environmental impacts.
- Review design documents, as-built drawings, field survey data, property data and utility data for conflicts with proposed works.
- Administer field data collection and monitoring programs to assess and optimize system performance.
- Review and become familiar with all relevant licensing requirements under which facilities operate.
- Provide customer service, respond to customer and councillor inquiries and maintain positive working relationships with internal and external contacts.
- Provide written reports and presentations to document engineering analyses, recommendations, and system performance of the water distribution and treatment systems.
- Perform other related duties consistent with the position as assigned.
Your education and qualifications include:
- Must have a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering.
- Must be eligible to be registered as an Engineer in Training with the Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba (E.G.M.) within 3 months.
- Ability to prepare engineering reports and make recommendations.
- Basic knowledge of municipal water systems.
- Demonstrated communication and interpersonal skills, including written and group presentation skills.
- Demonstrated ability to operate a personal computer using Microsoft Office (e.g. Outlook, Word, Excel).
- Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with employees at all levels of the organization, external contacts and the public, in accordance with the Respectful Workplace Standard.
- Knowledge of economic analysis methodologies.
- Ability to work effectively in a group setting and independently.
- Analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to be flexible and active in developing innovative methodologies.
- Organizational and project planning skills to plan, organize, prioritize and coordinate work and resources with a high degree of independence.
- Demonstrated knowledge of specific operating, maintenance and work processes used for water distribution, and design and construction.
- Basic knowledge of Water By-Laws.
- Ability to work extended hours in emergency situations.
Conditions of employment:
- The successful applicant must maintain legal eligibility to work in Canada. If the successful applicant possesses a work permit, it is their responsibility to ensure the permit remains valid.
- Must possess and maintain a valid Class 5 Manitoba Driver’s Licence.
- A Police Information Check satisfactory to the employer will be required from the successful candidate, at their expense.
CORE COMPETENCIES for ALL EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF WINNIPEG:
- Citizen & Customer Focus
- Respecting Diversity
- Ethics and Values
- Integrity and Trust
- Results Oriented