About the Role
- Supports junior and senior electrical engineers in a team environment.
- Prepares simple to moderately complex engineering drawings using 2D computer-aided design software and supporting calculations and documentation.
- Reads and interprets engineering drawings and specifications.
- Generates drawings in various formats for approval and/or use by project stakeholders.
- Understands electrical distribution systems in order to design and modify drawings.
- Performs project, administration functions included but not limited to drawing distribution and management, coordination, and communication with project stakeholders.
- Understands and follows utility and municipal standards.
- Maintains project information, drawings, files, spreadsheets, and records.
- Attends design and project coordination meetings as required.
- Summarizes parts and materials from available literature and database.
- Performs subdivision inspections for assumption reviews.
- Performs contract administration functions including tender, award, quantity review, completion and assumption work.
- Works occasional evenings or weekends to meet deadlines.
- Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
· Working towards a college diploma in Civil or Electrical Engineering Technical c/w drafting/CAD training
· Understanding of electrical distribution systems preferred
· Computer literate, with working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite of programs
· Detailed working knowledge of Autocad and MicroStation drafting software.
· Able to read and interpret engineering drawings and specifications.
· Demonstrated experience in submitting applications to utilities for Third-Party overhead attachments.
· Demonstrated experience in Municipal Consent (MC) submissions for underground infrastructure.
· Demonstrated experience on overhead third-party attachment analysis on utility poles using SPIDAcalc.
· Understanding SPIDAcalc reports.
· An understanding of a Make-Ready process.
· An understanding of utility requirements and standards when it comes to Make-Ready process.
· Knowledge of Internet Service Provider (ISP) assets.
· Complete pole line design assessments and calculations using SPIDAcalc is an asset.
· Exposure to underground Railway and conservation permit crossings is an asset.
· Interactions with contractors that perform Make-Ready and Third-party attachments is an asset.
· Exposure to underground utility leasing practises is an asset.
· Understanding basic telecommunication diagrams is an asset.
· An understanding of permit application requests to comply with O. Reg 22/04 is an asset.
· Strong interpersonal and communication skills – good command of the English language, (written and oral).
· Able to work well in a team environment, with minimal supervision.
· Creative and detail oriented independent thinker
· Prepared to work occasional evenings or weekends.
· Must have a valid Ontario driver’s license and own car.