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Kent Recruitment

Intermediate Civil Engineer

Location
Canada - Calgary, Alberta
Category
Technical
Date Published
22/05/24
Status
Open
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It’s the energy of every member of our team driven by our beliefs that is making this happen. Whatever our skill, our language, or our culture. These beliefs define and direct us every day to be the very best - for ourselves, our clients, our key stakeholders, the communities we operate in and the planet:

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Read more about the Purpose, Beliefs and Guiding Principles that drive us: https://kentplc.com/who-we-are/purpose-beliefs
Our vision for Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging:
We recognise that diversity & inclusion are catalysts for success. We’re heightening awareness on the benefits of people diversity, diversity of experiences and diversity of our perspectives. Creating a culture of inclusivity where all employees feel a sense of belonging.

Our combined energy is fueled by different nationalities, across 6 continents and 24 countries. Our commitment is to celebrate character – no matter what ethnic background, gender, age, religion, identity, or disability.








About the job:
Calgary office is seeking Civil Engineer to join their CSA (Civil/Structural/Architectural) team. The Civil Engineer will be responsible for civil engineering on multi-discipline engineering projects and for providing leadership by example to motivated and skilled technical teams in a computer based integrated 3D engineering/ design environment.
Skills and Responsibilities:
The Civil Engineer’s duties will be carried out under the direction/guidance of the Civil/Structural/Architectural Department Manager and will be responsible for the following areas:
  • Assigned as working sub-lead or project lead for multiple sustaining capital projects or greenfield projects, while still being able to execute Engineering/Design related deliverables.
  • Civil design of roads, site grading, pipeline corridors and drainage systems.
  • Surface drainage design including the ditches/culverts.
  • Closed process or sanitary drainage system design.
  • Review and authentication of design prepared by others.
  • Review and authentication of drawings developed by the CSA design team.
  • Specifications and contract documents.
  • Resolve design and field engineering difficulties.
  • Review project documents for technical accuracy.
  • Assign work and evaluate technical competence.
  • Provide Technical guidance to the CSA team members.
  • Identifying investigations, value engineering and special analysis needs on a project.
  • Take part in 3D model reviews, technical audits, constructability review and risk analysis.
  • Engineering progress reports.
  • Coordinate engineering work schedule.
  • Establish good working relationships and communication with the client and other engineering disciplines both locally and other areas of the company.
  • Assist in providing Home-Office technical support to engineering groups and construction management team at site.
  • Manage assigned work effectively, including prioritizing, executing, managing schedule and budget, and reporting to meet project goals.


In addition to the responsibilities listed herein, the employee may be required to perform other ad-hoc tasks as needed or directed by the supervisor or management. These tasks will be within the reasonable scope of the employee's skills, capabilities, and role within the organization. The intent of this provision is to allow for flexibility and adaptability in meeting the dynamic needs of the organization, ensuring that operational requirements can be met efficiently. All such tasks will be assigned considering the employee's current workload and with respect to their professional development.
Your knowledge/skills, education, and experience:
Knowledge/ Qualification/ Training/ Certification:
  • A Professional Engineer with a minimum of 10 years of experience in an EPC environment, and a minimum of 5 years of experience in the civil design and construction related to Oil and Gas industry (Alberta Oil Sands).
  • A good knowledge of the interdisciplinary requirements for Oil and Gas industry (Alberta Oil Sands).
  • A good knowledge of workshare with multiple offices and High-Value Engineering Centers.
  • A thorough knowledge of Canadian and industry codes, standard and regulatory requirements.
  • A thorough knowledge of civil design methodology and guidelines, software and 3D modeling principles.
  • Knowledge of the available products like pre-cast concrete, drainage components, earth reinforcement etc.
  • Registration through APEGA as a P.Eng.
  • Additional experience and skills, which will be considered as assets:
    • Autodesk Civil 3D experience
    • Basic structural analysis and design (steel and concrete)


Communication:
  • Excellent interpersonal, presentation, communication and organizational skills.

Behavior/ Core Competencies:
  • Leadership and management skills.
  • Ability to work with others in a team environment.
  • Ability to work efficiently and demonstrate effective organizational skills.


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