Facility Management - Critical Environment
Under the supervision of the Manager of the Engineering team, the Electrical Engineer will be a member of the Professional Services team and provide value by increasing knowledgeable buyer capacity during the development of the building management plan as well as by supporting project delivery services during project initiation. The Electrical Engineer will work on various projects within a versatile team where all abilities are put to good use.
KEY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Electrical design of power distribution, controls, communication, lighting, fire alarm, and security systems for industrial, commercial, and institutional sectors;
- Electrical designs for small to medium commercial facilities;
- Manage projects from proposal to construction completion;
- Technical calculations and software use for lighting analyses, load calculations, arc flash, fault & coordination studies, power system design;
- On site electrical research, construction audits, field reviews;
- Writing detailed and concise technical reports, feasibility studies, proposals, including written responses and instructions as required during all project phases;
- Conduct research into the feasibility, design, operation and performance of building electrical systems including distribution, connection to utilities, lighting, controls, emergency power, life-safety systems, fire alarms and renewable power generation and storage.
- Work with multi-disciplinary team of facility management professionals and technicians to develop short and long-term capital planning for existing facilities.
Knowledge & Skills
- Bachelor's degree and P.Eng in electrical engineering is required;
- Five (5) to (10) years’ experience in electrical engineering for buildings and industrial facilities including power distribution, lighting, life safety and communications;
- Must be willing to travel, infrequently, to review project construction across Canada, although typically located in the GTA region.
- Self-sufficient and self-disciplined designer who requires minimum supervision.
- Strong communication skills.
- Excellent working knowledge in using CAD tools such AutoCAD
- Ability to use Microsoft Office efficiently.
- Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
- Proven ability to meet deadlines/successful completion of deliverables.
- Excellent time management skills.
- Ability to work under pressure.
- Analytical, thorough, resourceful and detail-oriented.
- Team and customer service-focused.
- Experience in P3 project design is an asset.
- Experience of LEED and sustainability projects is an asset.
- Experience with renewable energy design is an asset.
- Proficiency in French is an asset.
Licenses and/or Professional Accreditation
- Ontario Professional Engineer (P.Eng. PEO) is required
- Engineering license in other provinces are an asset.
- Certification such as LEED, CEM or PMP are an asset.
- Driver’s license