Overview / Responsibilities:
Wood in Saskatoon is currently recruiting for an Instrument Engineer Lead to join our Mining & Minerals group.
Assist in the preparation of contract and procurement packages
Execute specific defined tasks in accordance with accepted guidelines and regulation in accordance with industry standard practices or government regulations and guidelines such as the IEEE, CSA, Saskatchewan Amendments, etc.;
Assist in writing work plans and reports in a concise technical manner according to the applicable project specifics
Assist in the creation and update of piping and instrument diagrams
Review and/or develop electrical, and controls (IEC) engineering, drawings and documents in line with requirements relating to feasibility, standards, codes and the company’s quality specifications
Provides technical leadership to teams of professional and non-professional staff.
Co-ordination of drawing packages for issue and preparing issue folders for electronic files
Produce designs for Instrument systems and equipment. Prepare adequate drawings, specifications, data sheets, calculations and other pertinent engineering and design documentation to enable the procurement of Instrument equipment packages and their subsequent installation, commissioning and safe operation.
Prepare the Master Instrument Index and update and issue it on a regular basis
Work effectively with multiple project engineers, designers, leads, and managers.
Provides application/control systems design and development for systems of varied complexity.
Complete project progressing for engineering deliverables
Must have the ability to balance and meet multiple deadlines
All other duties as assigned
Skills / Qualifications:
Electrical Engineering (BSc) degree with completed course in power system is required
Up to 6 years of experience; primarily responsible for supporting instrument engineering projects and construction.
Knowledge of power system theory including per unit system and sequential components
Familiarity on leading teams of engineers and designers.
Familiarity of CSA and IEE standards including the Canadian Electrical Code;
Must be proficient in MS Office application office application software such as Excel.
Ability to register as an Engineer (PEng) in the province of Saskatchewan
Current legal authorization to work in Canada without sponsorship