Are you an Intermediate Water/Wastewater Engineer looking to work on a multi-disciplinary team of engineers and technologists? Are you a self-starter and team player with the ability to work on a variety of simultaneous projects?  Does working on sustainable water/wastewater systems excite you?  If so, we want to hear from you!


A Little About Us
We are engineers, technologists, planners, landscape architects, scientists, and their support teams that work together to deliver infrastructure, minimizing environmental impact and maximizing benefit to the community.  We work hard and play hard because that is what #ISLLIFE is all about!  Check us out on Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

ISL’s Burnaby Water/Wastewater Team works to deliver excellent service for our clients, both internal and external. Committed to finding, mentoring, and growing the right individual, our team approach is integral to our success:
  • Interesting work – you can expect to be involved in a variety of multi-disciplinary and challenging projects 
  • Independence – we trust our people and do not micromanage, but also give them the tools and resources to get the job done
  • Career development – we offer the opportunity to continue to advance your career through working on great projects and opportunities for mentorship from some of the best in the industry


A Little About You
Your cover letter must demonstrate: 
  • Your approach to relationship building with internal and external clients

Your resume should show us: 
  • Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and P.Eng. designation with registration, or eligibility to register with Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (EGBC)
  • 7+ years of professional experience in water and wastewater in a consulting environment
  • Excellent technical report writing skills
  • Strong project management, written and verbal communication skills
  • Relevant field experience


A Little More About the Role
Responsibilities:
  • Provide technical support for water and wastewater infrastructure related projects for water reservoirs, booster stations, and sewage pumping stations
  • Undertake and document: process, mechanical and other design calculations in accordance with regulatory requirements and guidelines during all phases of design and construction
  • Independently create conceptual, preliminary and detail designs
  • Develop plans, specifications, and cost estimates for water/wastewater infrastructure projects
  • Provide construction support services, workshop drawings review, response to RFIs, mechanical inspection
  • Actively partake and provide leadership to junior engineers and technicians/drafting
  • Interact directly with the client on technical matters
  • Preparing and delivering presentations to clients
  • Review work of other team members and provide coaching
  • Direct and assist the commissioning of water and wastewater infrastructure projects


 

We are engineers, technologists, planners, landscape architects, scientists, and their support teams that work together to deliver infrastructure, minimizing environmental impact and maximizing benefit to the community. 

  • We work on fascinating projects right in our community.
  • We are nimble. We integrate the right team to solve our clients' biggest challenges.
  • We are social. Follow our hashtag #isllife on Twitter and Instagram or check out our YouTube Channel.
  • We get together. Every year, Staff Development Seminar brings together ISLers from all over western Canada to learn, share and connect.
  • We are independent problem solvers. Employee owned and operated, we like to work hard with minimum bureaucracy.
  • We encourage and reward high performance. Employer paid benefits plan, Group RRSP, and competitive salaries with opportunities for annual bonus.


Want to find out more about this or other ISL career opportunities?

Visit us online at www.islengineering.com/about/join-the-team

 

Department: [0612] Burnaby - Water and Wastewater

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