Junior Engineer (EIT)
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada - V3R 0B3
|Start Date||Expiry Date||Salary||Posted On||Experience||Skills||Telecommute||Sponsor Visa|
|Immediate||21 Dec, 2019||Not Specified||03 Feb, 2018||2 year(s) or above||Well-developed interpersonal and communication/presentation skills, Skilled in the use of computer equipment and applications including spreadsheets, database and word processing products||No||No|
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|US Citizen||Student Visa|
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|Full Time||Part Time|
|Permanent||Independent - 1099|
|Contract – W2||C2H Independent|
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Junior Engineers hired into the FortisBC Engineer-in-Training (EIT) program will gain technical and organizational experience and training through rotational opportunities (6 months to 1 year per rotation) within the various business areas and geographic regions within which Fortis operates. The rotations provide EIT’s with “hands on” experience in technical, operational and business related fields, as well as the opportunity to develop leadership skills. Each rotational assignment will increase in complexity and responsibility in order to meet acceptable engineering work experience and will include opportunities to explore practical experience, management, communication and the social implications of engineering and sustainability. Upon Program completion, EITs possess the eligibility to acquire Professional Engineer status with APEGBC Valid BC Class 5 (or other provincial equivalent) Drivers License with a clean driving record.
Perform department specific assignments under the supervision of a Professional Engineer to ensure accuracy and conformance with prescribed procedures; prepare plans, designs, calculations, costs and bills of material, catalogues in accordance with established codes, standards, drawings or other specifications. Participate in the identification and resolution of problems/issues utilizing established methods, resources and standards. Establish and maintain relationships with others; lead and/or participate in planning sessions for a variety of departmental projects and initiatives, provide feedback and recommendations in the preparation of project plans. Facilitate meetings and deliver presentations as required. Responsible for ensuring project timelines are met and problems/issues are effectively resolved. Provide assistance in the establishment of project goals and objectives; develop measures to monitor and evaluate the progress of goals and provide periodic updates to others. Utilize a variety of information gathering tools, systems, resources and research to identify market trends/intelligence data, produce statistics, technical reports, analyze and evaluate information, equipment and technology. Participate in planning and development activities for the preparation of operating and capital budgets. Compile reports, conduct gap analysis, cost/benefit analysis, benchmark and/or compare data, maintain and track pertinent information using a variety of computer software/system tools and applications. Maintain knowledge of current trends/issues and recommend improvements to processes and procedures based on best practice and industry norms.
Eligible for registration as an Engineer-In-Training with APEGBC (or other provincial equivalent).
Surrey, V3R 0B3 BC, Canada