Engineer, Substation Design - SaskPower
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|Job Title:||Engineer, Substation Design|
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Engineer, Substations Design (job #CAAR 671276) Regina, Saskatchewan 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 are looking for an Engineer, Substations Design to design substation projects, to lead and manage teams of employees on a day to day basis to coordinate and manage construction projects for substations served at transmission voltage (72 kV and higher-34.5/25 kV) including the management of project budgets. This position is also responsible to provide engineering support to the Transmission & Distribution regions substation facilities and apparatus to maximize the life of facilities and minimize the maintenance/replacement costs. 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.
Experience and Qualifications
Successful applicants will have a university degree in electrical or industrial systems engineering, be eligible for membership in the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) and possess more than 4 years engineering experience including the ability to manage and coordinate multiple large projects in a changing environment. You will also have strong interpersonal, communication and leadership skills.