Engineer in Training

Principal Accountabilities:

In a supporting role, and under the guidance and leadership of the Senior Engineer and Engineer, the Engineer in Training will perform engineering duties by learning hands-on skills and knowledge building to provide interpretations to engineering codes and standards and developing essential business acumen and project management skills to influence and achieve the following activities:

  1. Reviewing the code requirements of client engineering designs.
  2. Engage and build cross-functional relationships with Technical Safety BC.
  3. Analyze engineering reliability and maintenance strategies for client-based assessments.
  4. Execution of engineering deliverables as assigned by the engineering services team.
  5. Analyzes engineering designs based off of engineering principles to assist in conducting assessments to safe design behavior and risk analysis.
  6. Develop a technical foundation, career growth opportunities, and becoming a successful key contributor at Technical Safety BC.
  7. Ability to perform engineering calculations, review engineering codes, and provide interpretations based on client needs.

Knowledge, Skills & Experience:

  • Bachelors degree in Engineering or Applied Sciences from an accredited Canadian post-secondary institution and Current registration as an EIT of British Columbia. Plus
  • Min. 1 year of work experience that demonstrates application of knowledge in one of the following fields is considered to be an asset:
    • Engineering consulting
    • Engineering Operations at a production facility
    • Maintenance Engineering at a production facility
    • Project Engineering at an engineering consulting or owner/operator
    • Engineering operations/facility projects at municipal, provincial, or federal governments.
  • Determination to lead successful and value-added organization projects.
  • Experience in performing engineering calculations in static equipment design (boilers, heat exchangers, piping, fittings, etc.) would be an asset
  • Team player, respectful, patient, and ability to work in a dynamic and changing organization.
  • Valid BC driver’s license and a clear driving abstract.