Our Automation Solutions division has an immediate opportunity for an Electrical Project Engineer or Technologist to join our growing Prince George, BC, team. This position would be responsible for the design, development, and delivery of high quality, innovative engineering solutions that improves plant productivity, reliability, and sustainability for our North American customers.
In addition to a challenging career, professional development opportunities, and an inclusive and supportive work environment, to reward your commitment we offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, and a defined contribution pension plan.
ANDRITZ's Automation Solutions division is a leader in the design, supply, and support of electrical, control, and instrumentation systems for industrial facilities in a wide range of industries, including Power & Energy, Pulp & Paper, Chemical, Mining, Oil & Gas, and Lime & Cement. From prefeasibility studies through to post-construction maintenance and optimization engineering, our team of engineers, technologists, and support staff are committed to providing customers with customized solutions for their facilities. For more information on our Company, please refer to our website at www.andritz.com/automation.
Responsibilities may include but are not necessarily limited to the following:
- Audit industrial facilities and develop preliminary engineering designs and estimates for electrical and control system upgrades.
- Design and commission industrial MV and LV electrical power systems, including electrical room design, equipment specifications, motor control and grounding systems, and cable and raceway sizing and layouts.
- Complete electrical control and instrumentation system design including P&ID drawings, control system architecture, and instrumentation systems.
- Design, program and configure DCS and PLC/HMI applications.
- Prepare and evaluate tender and construction packages, including electrical and instrumentation drawings, installation specifications, and other supporting documentation.
When selecting candidates, we will be looking for the following essential skills, abilities, and experience:
- Bachelor's degree or technology diploma in a relevant engineering discipline
- Minimum of two (2) years' experience in industrial automation engineering
- Registered (or eligible for registration) with EGBC or ASTTBC
- Resourceful, self-managed, and goal driven but still able to work effectively in a team
- Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
- Authorized to work lawfully in Canada
- Ability and willingness to travel to domestic and international sites
Other valued, but non-essential skills, abilities, and experience include:
- Consulting engineering experience
- Industrial operations experience, preferably in pulp and paper
- Commissioning, construction, and start-up experience