Monday, April 24,
Job Order #
April 24, 2017
Work Location: Fort Nelson, BC
Instrumentation, & Controls Engineer
MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS &
- University degree in
- Professional Engineer (P.Eng)
registered or immediately eligible for registration with
- 5+years relevant work
experience in an engineering role in an industrial
- Strong sense of
personal accountability and responsibility.
- Strong interpersonal
skills to be effective in team environments.
- Clear verbal and
written communications capabilities.
- Excellent time
management skills, ability to prioritize and to multi
- A demonstration of
effective troubleshooting abilities.
- Valid Drivers License
in good standing.
- Familiarity with CSA
Z662, ASME B31.3, ASME VIII, IEEE, ABSA, BCSA, NEB OPR &
PPR regulations, Canadian Electrical Code.
- Direct experience in
natural gas pipelines and compression facilities would
- Consideration will be
given to all transferable knowledge and experience with
industrial equipment and processes.
This is a position that is
located at a natural gas facility in Fort Nelson, BC. This
position will require someone to be based out of Fort Nelson
at the time of hire.
The EIC Engineer is an
essential member of a high performing multi-discipline team
of professional engineers and technical specialists. This
person is required to multi-task and work collaboratively
with engineers, technologists, technicians, operators and
The role provides direct
support and technical leadership to the operations and
engineering teams for electrical and control systems. The
person has knowledge, training, and experience to directly
or indirectly support the equipment types currently in use:
power generation (turbine/recip drivers), variable frequency
drives, motor control centers, switchgear, plant level power
distribution systems, transformers, rectifiers, AC/DC power
supplies, inverters, backup battery systems UPS, DCS & PLC,
BMS (Boiler Management System), SCADA, process plant
- Direct application of
expertise towards technical leadership activities.
Includes troubleshooting and optimization, equipment
safety and reliability, compliance to applicable
regulations, company standards, and industry best
- Resolving operation or
maintenance issues directly by applied engineering
practices or indirectly by coordinating resources that
may include various internal technical staff,
specialists, and/or contractors.
- Developing sustainable
maintenance plans and long term replacement strategies.
- Establishing new and
updating existing standards and specifications.
- Participating in
troubleshooting and root cause analysis (RCFA) of
- Preparing of technical
reports and group presentations.
- Identifying risks to
safety, efficiency opportunities, justifications,
project scope development, cost estimates, complete
How to Apply:
Closing Date: Until Filled