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Project Engineer (Distribution)
Department or Division: Saskatoon Light & Power
Term: Permanent full-time
- Designs various electrical facilities, such as systems for overhead and underground distribution, transmission, street lighting, secondary networks, substations, communication systems, protection and control.
- Prepares work orders, plans, specifications and schedules for the supply of materials, equipment, consulting services and contractor services for construction projects.
- Evaluates tenders and proposals and makes recommendations regarding the award of supply contracts.
- Manages various projects and contracted services to ensure adherence to plans, terms, budgets and time schedules, including preparing related reports.
- Coordinates project work with the requirements of other utilities, agencies and authorities having jurisdiction, including ensuring necessary jurisdiction approvals are obtained.
- Establishes and maintains construction standards.
- Deals with contractors, major equipment and material suppliers and consultants regarding technical matters relating to the acquisition of materials equipment and services and the provision of electrical services to customers.
- Supervises other technical staff as assigned.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
- Degree in electrical engineering.
- Three years' experience in electric utility distribution and transmission, substation and street lighting system design.
- Registered as a Professional Engineer with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan.
- Knowledge of the principles and techniques involved in the design, construction and general operation of electrical distribution, transmission and street lighting systems.
- Ability to analyze, evaluate and prepare a variety of reports, plans and specifications.
- Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Salary: $80,511.41 to $94.485.89 per annum (2018 rates)
Closing Date: Thursday, February 27, 2020 - 5:00 pm
Labour Group: SCMMA 222