As a part of our continued growth, our Burnaby office has an outstanding opportunity for an Electrical CAD drafter/designer. You will work in a team environment with intermediate and senior engineers to deliver advanced water & wastewater treatment and large pumping station projects to our client base in Western Canada.
The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:
+ Provide design, production and documentation developments for electrical power and distribution systems, lighting and low voltage systems
+ Design and produce drawings and specifications for instrumentation and control devices for various processes including water/wastewater treatment and industrial applications
+ Develop electrical and instrumentation documentation using Revit and AutoCAD.
+ Strictly adhere to AECOM's project CADD standards, including capability of learning and adopting clients' standard and requirements upon request
+ Ensure accuracy, completeness and quality of technical aspect on project documentation produced in accordance with AECOM QA/QC procedures and the clients' standards
+ Take direction from Engineers and Project Leads
+ Ensure that project deliverables are produced in a timely manner to expected quality and allocated budget
+ Efficiently and effectively handle multiple tasks independently
+ 4+ years of CAD design experience in a multi-disciplinary electrical, instrumentation & control environment for commercial and /or industrial designusing AUTODESK packages (AutoCAD, REVIT, Electrical CADD).
+ Experience in the preliminary and detailed design phases of light industrial and /or municipal infrastructure (pump stations, water / wastewater treatment plants)
+ Proven track record in design and production of tender documents such as P&IDs, single line diagrams, control and communication system diagrams, electrical and instrument location drawings, loop & schematic wiring diagrams; developing equipment load schedules, cable & tray calculations, and instrumentation lists
+ Proficiency in developing construction documents using Revit and AutoCAD.
+ Advanced AutoCAD or AutoCAD 3D skills required
+ Must be able to interpret engineers' notes & specifications, and convert into detailed design drawings accurately in timely manner with minimum amount of supervision
+ Strong verbal and written communication skills
+ Ability to work independently and in a multi-disciplinary team environment
+ Critical thinking to identify issues, present solutions and follow through to ensure completion
+ Capable of collaborating and communicating effectively with internal and external stakeholders
+ Must have a valid BC Class 5 Driver's License
+ Certificate or Diploma in Engineering Technology with specialization in electrical systems
+ A.Sc.T. or C.Tech designation or eligibility for registration is preferred
+ 5+ years of related experience
+ Experience designing low and medium voltage distribution, standby generation, transformers, MCC and starters
+ Proficiency with Revit preferred
+ Experience in design of Instrumentation and Controls (PLC or DCS) will be considered
+ Familiarity with Microsoft Office tools including Excel, Word, Project and PowerPoint
+ Familiarity with the Canadian Electrical Code, NFPA (National Fire Protection Association), and experience in 120/208VAC, 600VAC, low voltage and communication systems
What We Offer
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delivering a better world , but working to "make amazing happen" in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours.