The Consultant Engineer identifies and evaluates hazards associated with boilers, machinery and equipment while consulting with clients in Canada. During on-site client visits, he or she performs machinery risk assessments to evaluate risks to boilers, pressure vessels, turbines and other capital machinery, as well as electrical equipment and utilities to provide consultative recommendations to help minimize risks from associated equipment. Additionally, he or she may also perform in-service jurisdictional inspections of boilers and pressure vessels.
The candidate will be working with minimal supervision, conducting office responsibilities from a home office, working independently as well as being a member of a team.
This is a field-based role and will require travel to large, complex industrial client sites to evaluate the operations and systems of the site and identify risks and hazards. Expected overnight travel is about 35%.
The geographic servicing area for this position is Central & Western Canada, although assignments may occur throughout Western Canada. This territory has a wide variety of challenging occupancies. Primarily including, forest products, power generation, mining, chemical, printing, offices, retail and telecommunications. The successful candidate will be expected to reside in Greater Vancouver Area.
Extensive training will be provided to maximize the candidate’s expertise and experience to work with large, complex industrial facilities focusing on specific business segments such as pulp & paper, mining, power generation, chemical and molten materials (iron, steel, aluminum and glass working). To stay abreast of new developments, the consultant engineer is provided with frequent technical training that involves independent and classroom study. Qualified candidates can expect constant challenge, professional growth and personal responsibility.