Facility Management - Critical Environment
LES TERRACES DE LA CHAUDIERE
Length of Assignment:
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
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.
Support Project Delivery Services during project initiation and planning by reviewing material, cost and timing, estimates, reports and design specifications for building electrical systems including distribution, connection to utilities, lighting, controls, emergency power, life-safety systems, fire alarms and renewable power generation and storage.
Review statements of work for engineering consulting services.
As required, review and provide feedback regarding investment analysis reports.
Knowledge & Skills
Bachelor's degree or college diploma in electrical engineering is required;
Five (5) to (10) years’ experience in electrical engineering;
Familiar with Electrical Codes and the Provincial Building Codes;
Experience in engineering consulting will be considered an asset;
Strong understanding of the engineering environment in electrical sector;
Highly meticulous nature, strong attention to detail;
Familiar with modern practice and typical equipment/systems used in building and site services design;
Engineering and construction of building and site electrical, lighting and life safety systems.
Strong communication skills.
Ability to manage competing priorities in fast paced environment.
Ability to work on several projects concurrently;
Experience working in a multi-disciplinary team environment;
Able to monitor costs, including control of project schedules;
Excellent communication skills in both official languages considered an asset;
Proficient with MS Office suite;
Maintain effective working relationships with clients, staff, and other employees;
Strong organization skills
Prior customer interface experience;
Exceptional analytical and problem solving skills;
Strong oral and written communication skills in both official languages preferred;
Strong interpersonal skills;
Proficiency with computer Tools.
Bilingualism in French and English (written and spoken)
Licenses and/or Professional Accreditation
Member of Professional Engineers Association an asset;