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Company:  Ontario Power Generation
Position Title:  Senior Manager Water Resources
Position Status:  Full-Time Regular 
Location:  Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON. Role will be moving to the new head office in Oshawa, ON in the second half of 2025.
 

Electrify your career and help build a brighter tomorrow.

Every generation has a challenge that defines them. At OPG, we are calling on all innovators, disruptors, thought leaders and change-makers. Join us to electrify life in one generation and build a sustainable future powered by our electricity, our ideas, and our people. Join OPG and make history.

Whether you work in the skilled trades or are a business professional, a career at OPG is an opportunity to electrify your life on -- and off -- the job.

ACCOMMODATIONS

OPG is committed to fostering an inclusive, equitable, and accessible environment where all employees feel valued, respected, and supported. If you require accommodation during the application or interview process, please advise us as soon as possible so appropriate arrangements can be made.

If you require information in a format that is accessible to you, please contact AODA@opg.com

This position is moving to OPG Corporate Headquarters: In Summer 2025, OPG will officially welcome employees to our new Corporate Headquarters located at 1908 Colonel Sam Drive, Oshawa, Ontario. This new space will enable teamwork, collaboration and innovation that will help us to achieve our mission to electrify life in one generation.

Job Overview

Ontario Power Generation (OPG) is looking for a dynamic, strategic and results-driven professional to join our team in the role of Senior Manager Water Resources.

Reporting to the Director Dam & Public Safety, this position is responsible to provide technical expertise, policy and products relating to the management of water and land resources including governing agreements and regulations, inflow forecasting, and water planning. Provide direction for the development and implementation of inflow forecasting models and systems, decision support systems, the scoping and execution climate change science studies (in support of Corporate Climate Change strategic objectives) and the development of complementary GIS applications to support on-going management and development of hydroelectric resources. Oversee hydrologic studies for existing generating stations or potential new sites, changes in Ontario’s electricity market, dam safety studies and to support Indigenous Relation or for current operations and future adaptation requirements.

This is an exciting opportunity to work in an environment where you will contribute to OPG's public outreach, external engagement and education efforts as part of the company's commitment to growing its social license.

Key Accountabilities 

  • Ensure business processes and results associated with the interpretation of licenses, leases and calculations of the Gross Revenue Charge and other fees are documented and records maintained in order to meet the requirements of financial reporting and audits. Participate in, and provide management responses to, findings arising from internal and external audits associated with the financial reporting, as well as other aspects of the Water Resources function.
  • Execute the programs for the management of governing agreements and regulations and watershed resources, negotiating and administering agreements to secure the economic use of water and land resources including water/energy agreements with other waterpower generators.
  • Liaise with various water control boards, government ministries at the Federal and Provincial level, and committees, assuming memberships as required.
  • Liaise/influence government direction in the areas of international and inter-provincial water agreements, and provincial water rights, and tenure.
  • Manage the staff, resources and business of the Water Resources Department and recommend organizational design to facilitate the execution of work program.
  • Prepare and/or provide input to policy, procedures for Executive approval as they relate to Water Resources function.
  • Provide advice on, and respond to, strategic matters, emerging issues and decisions which have operational, financial, business reputation, environmental, dam & public safety, and/or human resource implications as they relate to water resources and hydroelectric generation.
  • Provide advice, both strategic and tactical, for improving water resource management and hydroelectric performance. Seek to continuously improve the use and/or performance of all resources including the development and implementation of modern technological tools.
  • Provide direction in the development of models and science supporting climate change policy and strategic initiatives, inflow forecasting and hydraulic routing. 
  • Establish a program to assess opportunities for improvement in the areas of gauging, data assimilation, and modeling to support hydroelectric operations.
  • Provide strategies for land management, for delineation of land base requirements, and for the management related resources. Negotiate and administer agreements with respect to secondary uses of land and water resources that are consistent with business strategies.
  • Provide, as appropriate, expertise, products and services to fulfill external business contracts negotiated by OPG.
  • Support the rate application process for the prescribed hydroelectric assets at the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) hearing, including preparation of information and data, witness preparation, response to interrogatories and assessment of regulatory rulings and decisions.
  • Other Duties as Required

Education

  • Minimum of a Bachelor Degree in Civil, Water Resources or Environmental Engineering or equivalent with an appropriate specialization in hydrology and water resources management.
  • PhD or Master’s degree in related fields would be considered an asset

Qualifications

  • 10 years experience in a water resources engineering role
  • Experience with inflow forecasting, water/energy management, climate change assessment and analysis.
  • Experience working in water related policy and planning
  • Experience working in the Hydropower industry (or directly for Hydropower clients) would be considered an asset
  • 5 + years experience leading a technical team

The successful candidate will exhibit uncompromising integrity and commitment to upholding corporate values, and the OPG Code of Business Conduct.

What Makes a Career at OPG Different?

As Ontario’s largest clean energy generator, we’re building, expanding, and innovating the equipment and technology that keeps Ontario powered with clean, reliable energy.

At OPG, our values are our strengths.  They are fundamental truths about our organization that don’t change: 

Safety – it’s our business

Integrity – always lead with integrity

Excellence – never satisfied with good enough

Inclusion – working together for powerful outcomes

Innovation - creativity accelerates possibility

Here's why OPG might just be the ideal workplace for you:

  • Exceptional range of opportunities province-wide
  • Long-term career growth and development opportunities
  • Electricity is vital to the province and OPG’s clean electricity is helping decarbonize other sectors. 

Our Promise To You

  • We care about the safety and the well-being of our employees. It is our utmost priority. 
  • A supportive work environment where you can be your best every day. 
  • Opportunities to stretch and develop. 
  • Offer different ways for you to give back to communities where we operate. 
  • Partner with Indigenous communities and support local businesses. 
  • We support employment equity, diversity and inclusion. 

Are you ready to start a career that has the power to electrify life on and off the job? Apply now.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Please submit your application online at https://jobs.opg.com/ by 11:59 PM E.S.T., June 29, 2024.

OPG thanks all those who apply; however, only candidates considered for an interview will be contacted.


Company:  TransAlta
Position Title:  Engineer, Dam Safety


WHO WE ARE
 
“Energizing the Future.”
 
TransAlta owns, operates, and develops a diverse fleet of electrical generation assets in Canada, the United States, and Australia, providing municipalities, industries, and businesses with safe, low-cost, and reliable clean electricity. For over 111 years, TransAlta has been a responsible operator and proud community member where its employees work and live. We are committed to fostering a dynamic, productive, and safe work environment. Our employees contribute to a diverse, open, and transparent culture with clear accountabilities, strong leadership, and challenging opportunities for personal career growth.
 
For more information about TransAlta, visit our website at, www.transalta.com.
 
ABOUT THE ROLE
 
We have an exciting opportunity for an Intermediate Civil or Geotechnical Engineer to join our Dam Safety team. As the Dam Safety Engineer, you will be part of an engineering team providing technical and operational support to hydro dams across Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario. This role is based out of the Calgary office and requires occasional travel (around 20%) to the hydro dams. 

This position is safety-sensitive therefore successful completion of required pre-employment testing is a condition of employment.

WHAT YOU WILL DO
 
Here is the great work you will get to do and be responsible for:
 
•    Conduct dam safety engineering inspections of dams and civil structures, including canals, spillways, intakes, and penstocks.
•    Support performance monitoring and interpretation of geotechnical instrumentation, including piezometers, weirs and inclinometers.
•    Carry out annual performance reporting on dam performance.
•    Provide technical support and project coordination of the dive inspection, animal control, vegetation control, surveying, and gate testing programs.
•    Support the Public Safety Management Program.
•    Provide supervision and project management of maintenance, inspection and small-to-medium scale construction projects.
 
WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU
 
To be successful in this role, we are looking for the following must-have qualifications and experience:
 
•    Bachelor’s degree in Civil, Geotechnical or Geological Engineering.
•    4-10 years of relevant experience, with a focus in geotechnical engineering.
•    Professional Engineer in good standing with APEGA (or eligibility).
•    Ability to work on multiple projects concurrently.
•    A self-starter who can problem solve and take ownership of their work.
•    Excellent attention to detail.
•    Valid driver’s license with a clean driver’s abstract. 
 
NICE TO HAVES

•    Demonstrated knowledge and geotechnical understanding of dams. 
•    Experience with stability and seepage modeling, geotechnical design, geotechnical instrumentation analysis, dam safety reviews, dam condition assessment practices, and risk assessment.
•    Field experience such as site inspections, ground investigations, civil and earthworks construction, construction drawing production and review.
•    Skills in one or more of the following areas: concrete design and inspection, penstock design and inspection, seismic hazard analysis, GIS systems, inspection and maintenance of spillway gates.
•    Knowledge of CDA guidelines and dam safety practices in Canada. 
•    Awareness and understanding of applicable regulations and legislations that apply to water retaining structures in Alberta.
•    Experience driving in off-road conditions, gravel roads, inclement weather and around equipment. 


Become part of our TransAlta team today! We look forward to reviewing your application. All applications will be reviewed in a timely manner to the best of our abilities. We appreciate your patience and understanding during the recruitment process.
 
Don’t meet every single requirement? Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply for a job unless they meet every single qualification. At TransAlta, we are dedicated to building an inclusive, diverse workforce where you can show up every day as your true, authentic self. So, if you’re excited about this role but your qualifications and experience don’t quite tick every box, we encourage you to apply anyways. You might just be the candidate we are looking for.
 
Our Commitment to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
 
It is our collective mission to ensure that every single employee feels a sense of inclusion and belonging and can show up to work as their true authentic self. TransAlta is committed to hiring a diverse workforce including women, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities, and members of the LGBTQ2+ community. TransAlta believes that diversity enhances the quality of its performance, is an essential element to effective corporate governance, and cultivates a strong workplace culture.

 


Company:  Metro Vancouver
Position Title:  Senior Project Engineer
Position Status:  Full-Time Regular Department: Water Services Employee Group: Exempt
Location:  4515 Central Boulevard, Burnaby, BC
Salary Range/ Wage Rate: Professional / Technical, Level P3A ($123,587.51 - $145,395.95 annually)

 

Our Water Services Department is seeking a Project Engineer, Dam Studies & Assessments who will be responsible for managing dam safety studies, assessments and reviews, and assist with planning and prioritization of operating and capital projects for all departments with dams.

You are: a professional engineer with sound written and oral communication skills, knowledge and experience in dam safety regulatory activities and best practices, and proven project management experience.

The Project Engineer, Dam Studies & Assessments reports to the Senior Engineer.

This role:

  • Performs a range of engineering and project management work that may include design; document preparation; specifications; contract administration; budgetary oversight; cost estimates; scheduling; site review; and report writing. Will be responsible for managing dam safety studies, assessments, and reviews, as well as assisting with planning, prioritization, and administration of operating and capital projects for all departments with dams at Metro Vancouver.
  • Prepares and tracks financial aspects of projects and provides project management oversight for multiple projects including contract administration. Sets and monitors project schedules. Monitors and controls costs within own work ensuring the effective and efficient expenditure of allocated funds making recommendations to senior engineers.
  • Works on routine engineering projects and substantial components of complex engineering initiatives. Works to defined scope, schedule and budget and consults senior staff on deviations. May lead projects with well-defined outcomes and acts as a resource to junior engineers and technical staff on routine operational issues.
  • Handles problems of some complexity requiring inspection and liaison with consultants, contractors and other staff to investigate related operating, construction, and design issues in order to ascertain alternatives. Assesses, evaluates and incorporates technical requirements including input from external agencies and other Metro Vancouver departments. Explains difficult issues and works to establish consensus and compliance.
  • Works with engineering staff and consultants and liaises with internal departments and external contacts including member municipalities, regulatory agencies and the general public; works on multiple simultaneous projects in various stages of completion.
  • Researches, analyzes, interprets, and studies technical information. Makes conclusions and diagnoses problems based on a sound understanding and application of engineering principles. Ensures quality standards are upheld in field of specialization and establishes project plans based on priorities of the unit or team.
  • Identifies non-standard conditions and makes recommendations for remedy. Uses judgment to adapt and apply procedures to address and resolve unusual or problem situations. Consults on difficult, complex or highly unusual matters or decisions and provides progress and technical updates to senior staff.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

To be successful, you have:

  • Bachelor of Applied Science degree in a relevant engineering discipline such as Civil (such as Structural, Hydrotechnical, Geotechnical, or Environmental), or Mechanical Engineering. Completion of a relevant 4-year engineer-in-training program; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
  • Membership or eligibility for immediate membership as a registered Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) with the Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (EGBC).
  • Knowledge of a variety of engineering disciplines such as environmental, geotechnical, civil, and mechanical as applicable to the Metro Vancouver dams and abutments is an asset. Experience with the Canadian Dam Association Dam Safety Guidelines, the BC Dam Safety Regulation, and other applicable guidelines, standards, and regulations is an asset.
  • Sound technical knowledge and understanding of engineering principles and their application in relevant discipline.
  • Ability to interpret and apply standard engineering and related guidelines to area of specialty such as technical manuals, codes and regulations, contracting policies, safety regulations and corporate and board policies.
  • Demonstrated contract administration and project management skills. Ability to organize and prioritize a complex series of project components to meet multiple time based deliverables requiring a high level of detail and accuracy. Demonstrates persistence to overcome obstacles.
  • Sound written and oral communication skills; ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing including letter, report writing, and presentation skills. Ability to explain difficult issues and works to establish consensus and compliance.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build and maintain effective and respectful working relationships with internal and external contacts. Skill in dealing tactfully and sensitively in a variety of situations including contact with the public, member municipalities, government agencies and contractors.
  • Ability to work under general direction and use sound independent judgment in adapting and applying procedures to address and resolve unusual or problem situations. Uses judgment to determine which methods are applicable in any given situation. Sound problem solving skills; ability to analyze business needs and provide strategic input. Comfortable working in the field in a variety of terrain and weather conditions as well as at remote sites that are accessible only by helicopter.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team oriented work environment; contributes to the team with constructive ideas, information and experiences.
  • Strong analytical and research skills and ability to present recommendations clearly. Displays a high degree of integrity and professionalism.
  • Proficiency using Microsoft office programs, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and Project.
  • Valid B.C. Class 5 Driver’s license.

Our Vision:
Metro Vancouver embraces collaboration and innovation in providing sustainable regional services that contribute to a livable and resilient region and a healthy natural environment for current and future generations.

At Metro Vancouver, we are committed to cultivating a diverse, safe, equitable, and inclusive work environment for all. We strive to attract and retain a talented, diverse workforce that is reflective of the region we serve. If an accommodation is required during the recruitment and selection process, please contact careers@metrovancouver.org for support. Learn more about our commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion here.

Please follow this link https://metrovancouver.org/about-us/careers to our Careers page where you can submit your application by April 29, 2024.


Company:  Metro Vancouver
Position Title:  Assistant Project Engineer
Position Status:  Full-Time Regular
Location:  4515 Central Boulevard, Burnaby, BC
Salary Range/ Wage Rate: Professional / Technical, Level P1 ($77,171.26 - $90,808.64 annually)

 

Our Water Services Department is seeking an Assistant Project Engineer who will perform dam geotechnical monitoring activities for the portfolio of Metro Vancouver dams, including foundation and abutment groundwater drainage infrastructure, instrument monitoring and maintenance programs, slope and seepage inspections, and reporting.

You are: An Engineer in Training with superior written and oral communication skills, and knowledge and experience in dam safety geotechnical monitoring and inspections.

The Assistant Project Engineer reports to the Lead Senior Engineer.

This role:

  • Performs a range of routine and varied engineering functions and project management functions in support of professional engineers in the Water Services Dam Safety division. Work will be related to dam geotechnical monitoring activities for the portfolio of Metro Vancouver dams such as simple plans, data analysis, logistics, field work, project specifications, foundation and abutment groundwater drainage infrastructure, instrument monitoring and maintenance programs, slope and seepage inspection, preparation of correspondence, and draft reports; ensures quality standards are adhered to and appropriate processes and protocols are followed. Consults supervisor to verify processes, protocols, standards and that conclusions are consistent with objectives.
  • Provides assistance with financial tracking and project management oversight including contract administration. Cost aware when making decisions or taking action related to scope of work; considers the financial implications of actions including the effective and efficient expenditure of allocated funds.
  • Performs field work including facility site inspections, field construction inspections; provides progress updates highlighting deficiencies and escalating critical issues to more senior staff.
  • Interacts and coordinates with internal staff and external consultants, local government officials, regulatory agencies, and the public to fulfill project objectives; explains information and answers questions, consulting more senior staff on complex matters.
  • Works with staff and consultants on the development and evaluation of business cases and provides input on the evaluation of requirements and design plans. Conducts research, compiles information and summarizes findings.
  • Prepares and updates project schedules, technical materials and draft reports and provides recommendations and findings to senior staff. Develops presentation graphics and assists with the coordination of workshops and meetings.
  • Provides updates to senior staff on the status of work tasks and projects as required.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

To be successful, you have:

  • Bachelor of Applied Science degree in a relevant engineering discipline such as Civil, Geotechnical, or Geological. Some practical technical and/or project management experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
  • Membership, or eligibility for immediate membership, as an Engineer in Training (EIT) with the Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (EGBC).
  • Knowledge of a variety of engineering disciplines such as geotechnical, environmental, civil and geological as applicable to the Metro Vancouver dams and abutments is an asset. Experience in the design and use of geotechnical instrumentation, including automated data acquisition system, in the context of dams is beneficial to this position. Experience with the Canadian Dam Association Dam Safety Guidelines, the BC Dam Safety Regulation, and other applicable guidelines, standards, and regulations is an asset.
  • Knowledge and understanding of engineering principles in relevant discipline; ability to apply principles to routine and unique situations as well as determine cases requiring the involvement of a more senior engineer.
  • Ability to collect, analyze and interpret statistical, technical and narrative data. Analytical skills and abilities to identify problems and recommend solutions.
  • Ability to resolve problems within established guidelines and procedures, requiring the use of judgment to determine which methods are applicable in any given situation.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including report writing and presentation skills. Ability to communicate technical information clearly and concisely. Explains information and persuades others in straightforward situations.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build and maintain effective and respectful working relationships; demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team environment and contributes to the achievement of team goals.
  • Skill in dealing tactfully and sensitively in a variety of situations including contact with the public, member municipalities and government agencies.
  • Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize tasks to meet multiple time based deliverables requiring a high level of detail and accuracy; persistent in overcoming obstacles.
  • Proficiency using Microsoft office programs, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and Project.
  • Valid B.C. Class 5 Driver’s license.

Our Vision:
Metro Vancouver embraces collaboration and innovation in providing sustainable regional services that contribute to a livable and resilient region and a healthy natural environment for current and future generations.
At Metro Vancouver, we are committed to cultivating a diverse, safe, equitable, and inclusive work environment for all.

We strive to attract and retain a talented, diverse workforce that is reflective of the region we serve. If an accommodation is required during the recruitment and selection process, please contact
careers@metrovancouver.org for support. Learn more about our commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion here.

Please follow this link https://metrovancouver.org/about-us/careers to our Careers page where you can submit your application by April 29, 2024.

 


Company:  Metro Vancouver
Position Title:  *Project Engineer
Position Status:  Full-Time Regular
Location:  4515 Central Boulevard, Burnaby, BC
Salary Range/ Wage Rate: Professional / Technical, Level P2A ($108,607.20 - $127,710.87 annually)


Our Water Services Department is seeking a *Project Engineer to join the Dam Safety Compliance team. The successful candidate will be responsible for dam compliance activities for the portfolio of Metro Vancouver dams, including the preparation of regulatory documents and the completion of formal dam inspections.

You are: A professional engineer, with superior written and oral communication skills, and knowledge and experience in dam safety regulatory compliance activities.

The *Project Engineer reports to the Lead Senior Engineer.

This role:

  • Performs a range of engineering and project management work, and technical work in support of the Water Services Dam Safety Compliance Group. The position will be responsible for dam compliance activities for the portfolio of Metro Vancouver dams, including the preparation of regulatory documents and the completion of formal dam inspections.
  • Prepares and tracks financial aspects of projects and provides project management oversight for multiple projects including contract administration. Sets and monitors project schedules. Monitors and controls costs within own work ensuring the effective and efficient expenditure of allocated funds making recommendations to senior engineers.
  • Works on routine engineering projects and substantial components of complex engineering initiatives. Works to defined scope, schedule and budget and consults senior staff on deviations. May lead projects with well-defined outcomes and acts as a resource to junior engineers and technical staff on routine operational issues.
  • Handles problems of some complexity requiring inspection and liaison with contractors and other staff to investigate related operating, construction, and design issues in order to ascertain alternatives. Assesses, evaluates and incorporates technical requirements including input from external agencies and other Metro Vancouver departments. Explains difficult issues and works to establish consensus and compliance.
  • Works with engineering staff and consultants and liaises with internal departments and external contacts including member municipalities, regulatory agencies and the general public; works on multiple simultaneous projects in various stages of completion.
  • Researches, analyzes, interprets, and studies technical information. Makes conclusions and diagnoses problems based on a sound understanding and application of engineering principles. Ensures quality standards are upheld in field of specialization and establishes project plans based on priorities of the unit or team.
  • Identifies non-standard conditions and makes recommendations for remedy. Uses judgment to adapt and apply procedures to address and resolve unusual or problem situations. Consults on difficult, complex or highly unusual matters or decisions and provides progress and technical updates to senior staff.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

To be successful, you have:

  • Bachelor of Applied Science degree in a relevant engineering discipline, such as Environmental, Civil, Geotechnical, Geological, or Hydrotechnical Engineering. Completion of a relevant 4-year engineer-in-training program; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
  • Membership or eligibility for immediate membership as a registered Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) with the Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (EGBC).
  • Knowledge of a variety of engineering disciplines, such as hydrotechnical, environmental, geotechnical, civil or geological, is an asset. Experience in relevant water resources projects is beneficial. Sound knowledge and understanding of aspects of the Canadian Dam Association Dam Safety Guidelines, the BC Dam Safety Regulation, and other applicable guidelines, standards, and regulations.
  • Demonstrated contract administration and project management skills. Ability to organize and prioritize a complex series of project components to meet multiple time based deliverables requiring a high level of detail and accuracy. Demonstrates persistence to overcome obstacles.
  • Sound written and oral communication skills; ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing including letter, report writing, and presentation skills. Ability to explain difficult issues and works to establish consensus and compliance.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build and maintain effective and respectful working relationships with internal and external contacts. Skill in dealing tactfully and sensitively in a variety of situations including contact with the public, member municipalities, government agencies and contractors.
  • Ability to work under general direction and use sound independent judgment in adapting and applying procedures to address and resolve unusual or problem situations. Uses judgment to determine which methods are applicable in any given situation. Sound problem solving skills; ability to analyze business needs and provide strategic input.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team oriented work environment; contributes to the team with constructive ideas, information and experiences.
  • Strong analytical and research skills and ability to present recommendations clearly. Displays a high degree of integrity and professionalism.
  • Proficiency using Microsoft office programs, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and Project.
  • Valid B.C. Class 5 Driver’s license.
  • Candidates with greater experience may be considered at the Senior Project Engineer level, along with the applicable rate of pay.

Our Vision:
Metro Vancouver embraces collaboration and innovation in providing sustainable regional services that contribute to a livable and resilient region and a healthy natural environment for current and future generations.

At Metro Vancouver, we are committed to cultivating a diverse, safe, equitable, and inclusive work environment for all. We strive to attract and retain a talented, diverse workforce that is reflective of the region we serve. If an accommodation is required during the recruitment and selection process, please contact careers@metrovancouver.org for support. Learn more about our commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion here.

Please follow this link https://metrovancouver.org/about-us/careers to our Careers page where you can submit your application by April 29, 2024.

 

Enseignement

Avec plus de 2.000 barrages au Canada, et une importance croissante sur ​​la sécurité des barrages et la sécurité publique autour des barrages, une carrière dans la sécurité des barrages et l'ingénierie des barrages est un excellent choix.

EngineeringCareers.ca

L'Institut canadien des ingénieurs, dont l'Association canadienne des barrages est une société membre, administre EngineeringCareers.ca, un site de recherche d'emplois en ingénierie. 

Si vous êtes à la recherche d'un emploi ou de candidats pour combler un poste, EngineeringCareers.ca est la solution qu'il vous faut.