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Civil Surveillance Tech - GMS (Hudson's Hope)

Company:    BC Hydro
Job Title:    Civil Surveillance Tech - GMS (Hudson's Hope)
Job Number:  BCH-R-4248-230309E1
Job Location:  Hudson’s Hope, British Columbia, Canada

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* Performs a variety of precise technical first order and special field surveys and performs associated technical calculations, including the downloading of computerized survey data, to determine any structural movement at dams and/or ground movement at surrounding reservoir slopes.
* Installs, records readings from, troubleshoots and maintains a variety of electronic, mechanical and hydraulic civil (geotechnical and structural) instrumentation in dams, underground areas and reservoir slopes; conducts special experiments and tests; analyzes a variety of malfunctioning or faulty behavioural measuring devices and recommends corrective action including the use of alternate equipment.
* Performs a variety of technical. design and administrative support functions and prepares deficiency lists related to the maintenance of dams, underground areas, associated structures and reservoir areas; designs non-routine equipment to assist in testing.
* May provide work leadership responsibilities to and perform all or some of the functions of the Civil Surveillance Technician and Survey Assistant jobs; provides technical advice and guidance to survey crews.
* Provides technical advice and guidance to field staff related to resolving dams operational and maintenance problems and performs an inspection of the facilities for unusual movement or water flow activity.
* Develops basic computer programs for use in survey computations; analyzes output of programs to determine validity of results.
* Assists in developing maintenance standards for surveys and instrumentation required to determine structural movement and performance at dams and/or ground movement at surrounding reservoir slopes.
* Performs hydrometric, topographic and hydrographic surveys.
* Evaluates and tests new equipment or models of proposed equipment.
* Performs duties of a minor nature related to the above duties which do not affect the rating of the job.


* Completion of a National Technologist Diploma in Civil, Instrumentation or Electronics.
* The successful candidate will have 2 years’ experience with geotechnical instruments, instrument calibration, weir and flume measurements, operation and maintenance of ADAS and familiarity with inclinometer systems.
* Satisfactory performance on the job requires approximately 1 year on the job to acquire the additional knowledge/skills necessary to perform the full scope of the job.


This position is affiliated with the Movement of United Professionals union (MoveUP/COPE).

* The successful candidate will be responsible for the Dam Safety instrumentation and surveillance program at two of BC Hydro’s largest dams. This includes installing, maintaining and troubleshooting the state-of-the-art Automated Data Acquisition System (ADAS) at WAC Bennett and Peace Canyon Dams.
* Preference will be given to candidates with: 1) experience with Campbell Scientific datalogger systems including Loggernet; 2) installing geotechnical instrumentation, and 3) monitoring of instrumentation including data collection and troubleshooting unusual readings.
* Although knowledge of survey work is an asset, it is a small component of the overall job duties.
* Work is split between field and office environments. Incumbents are exposed to all weather conditions while frequently working in the field.
* A class 5 BC Driver’s license in good standing is required.
* Although knowledge of survey work is an asset, it is a small component of the overall job duties.
* This location is eligible for a Remote Incentive of 20%. Remote Incentives are paid bi-weekly to Full-Time Regular employees working in eligible remote locations.
* This location is eligible for Travel Incentive. The Travel Incentive is extended to Full-Time Regular employees who are working in eligible remote locations.
* This location is eligible for Extended Health Care Medical Travel Benefit. The Extended Health Care Medical Travel Benefit is extended to Full-Time Regular, Part-Time Regular and Full-Time Temporary employees who are permanently working in eligible remote locations.

Please be advised that this role has been assessed as safety sensitive and pre-qualification alcohol and drug testing will be required as a pre-condition to employment.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their applications online at by March 31, 2023.

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Dam Safety Manager (en anglais seulement) - Alberta Environment and Parks

Closing date: Open until suitable candidate found

Alberta Environment and Parks has an exciting opportunity for a technical leader to join their senior management team.

You will lead and develop the Dam Safety team of 9 professionals who are primarily responsible for the administration of Water Act, Water (Ministerial) Regulation-Part 6 and Alberta Dam and Canal Safety Directive pertaining to dam and canal safety regulatory framework. Your team’s primary responsibility includes regulating the dams and canals and monitoring compliance for risk management/mitigation to factors at risk including public, property and environment due to potential failure of the structures. The team is also responsible for providing technical services to regional operations teams regarding safety management of dam and canal infrastructure owned by the Department and operated and maintained by the Water Infrastructure and Operations Branch (WIOB). Organizationally, the position reports to Director, Infrastructure Technical Services and for its technical services role. Uniquely, the position also reports directly to the Department’s Executive Committee on dam safety regulatory issues to ensure the committee is aware on provincial dam safety matters.

As the successful candidate, you will apply your effective interpersonal and communication skills to provide inclusive leadership, effectively motivate, engage and develop staff, and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders.  Your ability to foster and build relationships across the department is necessary to deliver strategic advice and recommendations to department leaders and government officials assisting the Government of Alberta in meeting their key mandates, goals and initiatives.

For more details on eligibility and how to apply, visit our website.


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