Apparatus Engineer - Asset Management - SaskPower
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|Job Title:||Apparatus Engineer - Asset Management|
|Salary:||dependent upon education, experience and professional designation|
What's better than having a rewarding career? How about a rewarding career in a fast-growing province with a rich history and a bright future? Short commute times, beautiful scenery and a low cost of living make Saskatchewan the perfect place to live, work and raise a family. Sound appealing? Consider SaskPower, the province's principal supplier of electricity. We offer some of the best career opportunities in the province, and there's never been a better time to join us. Challenging work, competitive salaries, attractive benefits, professional development, career advancement opportunities and the chance to become involved in your community await you. Become a part of our growing team and find more than a job-find the career you've been waiting for and a great place to call home. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those being interviewed will be contacted. Our goal is to have a workforce as diverse as the customers we serve.
We are looking for an Apparatus Engineer to join our Transmission & Distribution (T & D) asset management group. Our asset management group provides asset management direction for all T & D assets including, maintenance planning to ensure the reliability and safety of the electrical system. This position will provide engineering support and expertise through contract management and project coordination to improve operational efficiency through the development of policies, directives, and standards for work procedures, tools, vehicles, and equipment.
Experience and Qualifications
The successful applicant will have a university degree in electrical, civil, industrial systems or electronic systems engineering. You must be eligible for membership in the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan. You are known for your strong interpersonal and communication skills and have the ability to lead projects in a changing environment.