Are you an experienced Electrical Designer who is looking for a new role with a national Engineering company whose mission statement is to safely serve clients requiring utility infrastructure planning, design, and construction, with Honesty, Integrity and Diligence.
The company: –
You could be working for a company who has been established for nearly 20 years, has 8 locations across Canada, and was the ASTTBC Employer of the Year in 2016.
With a mantra of “Customer Care Beyond Expectation” you know that you could be working for a company that is truly passionate about what they do.
This company specializes in projects in electric power, telephone/CATV/fibre optic communication networks and natural gas infrastructure.
The role: –
Working out of the Kelowna office, you would be designing electrical utility and infrastructure, coordinating with customers, municipal authorities and stakeholders.
Designing models and drafting will of course be the core of your position using AutoCAD and PLS-CADD.
You could be responsible for the scheduling, management and tracking of projects as well as meeting customers and performing site inspections.
Skills & Experience: –
This role will see you using your experience and knowledge of overhead and underground electrical distribution infrastructure (4kV – 25kV systems) as well as your ability to perform Pull and Voltage drop calculations.
It goes without saying that as an experienced Electrical Designer, you have strong experience with design programs including AutoCAD, PLS-CADD and ideally Small World IGS, CYME or AGI32.
Knowledge of Fortis BC and BC Hydro designs or construction standards would be highly desirable, but not essential.
The package: –
A salary ranging from $50,000 to $82,500 per year (depending on experience) and a comprehensive benefits package including Health & Dental, pension, holiday, bonuses and flexible work schedule where possible.
So if this sounds like your dream job then send your resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line “Electrical Designer”.