Junior Mechanical Design Engineer

Arrow Engineering Inc.
Full Time
Edmonton, AB
Posted 30+ days ago
Job description
Your Employer: Dare to join Englobe Arrow Engineering Inc. is a division of Englobe Corp. Since 1961, Englobe has been providing consulting services and is a national leader in environmental, geotechnical, pavement and materials engineering and building science with specialized services in civil, municipal and transportation engineering. With the Arrow team joining Englobe, we have expanded our service offerings but remain your easy-to-work-with multi-discipline engineering firm. We specialize in Mechanical, Electrical, and Civil Engineering across Canada. Arrow is looking for a Mechanical Engineering Designer to work out of the Edmonton office. The ideal candidate will be able to work independently within the context of a mechanical design team, with attention to detail on projects of varying size and complexity including HVAC, fire protection and plumbing for health care, commercial, multi-family, light industrial, and institutional buildings. The position will also involve dealing with Clients, Contractors and Suppliers in the positive promotion of the firm. Englobe is committed to providing accommodation to, and working with, applicants with disabilities, to meet their needs throughout the recruitment, selection and/or employment process. Your Contribution: Participate in development of building mechanical systems 2D and 3D documentation using appropriate software Support project manager and mechanical engineer as required in systems design Share responsibility for monitoring and ensuring quality control during construction Generate technical information with minimal guidance and supervision Develop complete and final building mechanical systems drawings from general conceptual information and design notes Coordinate Arrow’s drawings with those of other disciplines, including external consultants, architects, developers, and other stakeholders on each project Accountable to other team members and the Project Manager for drawing production Successfully develop relationships with internal / external colleagues, affiliates, and construction personnel Field data collection Investigations and studies Building condition audits and asset management planning Contract administration and construction phase services, including field reviews, review of contractor submittals, etc. All other duties as required Your Profile: A Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree from a recognized post-secondary institution. LEED Accreditation and experience with sustainable design initiatives is considered an asset. Must be registered, or eligible for registration with APEGA 2 to 5 years of direct experience in mechanical design engineering for commercial and institutional buildings or equivalent experience and responsibilities is required. A comprehensive working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Excel, along with AutoCAD drafting experience are required. Experience with Revit would be considered an asset. Excellent command of English grammar, spelling and composition, as well as oral communication and interpersonal skills Professional, energetic and action-oriented Strong organization, time management, and prioritization skills Excellent problem solving and troubleshooting skills Ability to work individually and as a team member, within a dynamic, fast-paced, deadline driven environment Effectively manages a variety of projects and/or initiatives, often occurring simultaneously Able to balance work and personal requirements Sense of humour Enjoys working in a professional office environment, with occasional client and/or site visits, and is able to work outside of normal business hours, when necessary Valid driver's license.

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