Project Engineer, Rail & Transit
WSP
Winnipeg, MB

About $81,000 - $100,000 a year

Skills
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WINNIPEG, CALGARY AND VANCOUVER

WSP is currently seeking Project Engineers to join our Rail & Transit team in the Transportation Group, located in our Winnipeg, Calgary and Vancouver offices. Reporting to the Manager, Rail & Transit, Western Canada, these positions will be responsible for overseeing multiple aspects of heavy rail and light rail transit (LRT) projects.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Actively oversee preliminary and detailed designs related to heavy and light rail transit including but not limited to track alignments and grading work;
Develop and prepare technical specifications for heavy and light rail infrastructure projects;
Oversee and validate regulatory compliance of railway crossings and associated roadway designs;
Participate in infrastructure inspection and contract administration, including but not limited to track, culverts, crossings, and bridges;
Preparation, review and authenticating of drawings;
Develop, prepare and deliver progress reports, proposals, level of effort requirements, feasibility studies, capital cost estimates and presentations;
Facilitate client procurement through tender document creation, tender submission review and recommendation;
Provide construction management support including review of submittals, QA/QC and liaising with the client;
Establish and maintain good working relationships and communication with clients, department managers, project managers and team members;
Liaison with all discipline members, sub-consultants, clients, and agencies;
Stay up to date on changes with industry regulatory requirements.

QUALIFICATIONS

Graduation in the field of Engineering from an accredited university, Civil designation preferred;
P.Eng. (Eligible for membership with a Canadian Provincial Engineering Association);
4+ years’ experience related to heavy and/or light rail infrastructure projects;
Technical understanding, design experience, and up-to-date on rail and transit technologies and practices;
Knowledge and understanding of all current and relevant standards, including but not limited to, AREMA, Transport Canada, Railway Safety Act;
Experience with design of railway crossings and intersecting roadways would be considered an asset;
Track and / or bridge construction or inspection experience would be considered an asset;
Advanced computer skills in MS Excel and MS Project. Knowledge and familiarity with AutoCAD (Civil 3D);
Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal oversight, take full responsibility for project deliverables;
Ability to work on several projects at a time with multiple design teams;
Excellent technical, interpersonal and teamwork skills; and
Excellent written and oral communication skills.

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Winnipeg, MB