Our client is currently seeking a first class
power engineer for its facility in Saskatchewan.
The ideal applicant will have:
experience in predictive maintenance as
well as experience in implementing and initiation
of capital projects as well as installation and
commissioning of new equipment
the ability to lead the direction,
coaching and development of eight Power Engineers
in the operation, troubleshooting and maintenance
of the operation.
Manage department budgets.
Work with management staff on
productivity, quality, and safety issues.
Implement changes in processes and use of
equipment to increase efficiency, improve safety
and quality, reduce costs, and improve employee
Leadership of the efficient operation of
utility systems with an energy budget
Initiate, manage all capital projects, as
well as installation and commissioning of new
Mentor, coach and direct Power Engineers
and maintenance efforts.
Ensure the production of steam, compressed
air, treated water for production and process,
emergency electrical power are efficient.
Remain abreast of industry changes and new
technology, equipment, systems, and procedures as
they relate to improving the multiple plants.
Ensure that all equipment is inspected as
mandated by acts/ legislation, and that all
functions and services meet code, ordinances and
Schedule and prepare equipment for
Assess upset conditions and determine the
best course for resolution taking into
consideration the overall effect on the plant.
First Class Power Engineer with a minimum
of 5 years operating experience in a First Class
Demonstrated leadership skills.
Ability to establish and maintain
professional working relationships, with various
levels of external and internal individuals and
Strong analytical and budgeting skills.
Skills and Abilities
- Coordinate maintenance activities of trade contractors
- Instruct apprentices
- Read electrical schematics, blueprints and other technical diagrams
- Analyze and record instrument readings and equipment malfunction
- Assist in the development of operation, maintenance and safety procedures
- Clean and lubricate machinery and components
- Maintain daily log of operation, maintenance and safety activities
- Measure temperature, fuel flow and pressure
- Monitor and inspect plant equipment
- Operate automated or computerized control systems
- Perform routine equipment maintenance
- Troubleshoot, perform corrective action or minor repairs as required
- Use computerized Preventive Maintenance System
- Use computerized Building Automation System
- Write plant or building operation reports
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
- Power Engineering Trade Certification
- Stationary Engineer 1st Class