Job Posting

Power Engineer

Posted: December 23, 2013

Expiring: June 18, 2014

Last Updated: December 23, 2013

Job Type: Full-Time, Permanent

Language: English

Start Date of Employment (Approx.): As soon as possible

Minimum Education: Technical Training

Positions Available: 1

NOC Group: Stationary Engineers and Auxiliary Equipment Operators (7351)

NOC Job Title: Power Engineer, Second Class

Job Number: 116683


Job Location(s)

Golden, British Columbia

Job Description

Safe and efficient operation of the boiler, turbine-generator, and related process equipment for the supply of energy to the LVL/Plywood Plant.

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Ensure personnel & contractors are performing their duties safely & efficiently
• Assist in maintaining the safety program and positive safety behaviors
• Start-up, operation, load  balancing, & shutdown of the boiler & turbine/gen-set
• Steam supply & condensate returns to all areas of the operation.
• Water treatment plant & maintenance of strict water quality standards
• Powerhouse and plant fire protection systems while on shift 
• Participates in Powerhouse Supervisors meetings
• Ensures Boilers and Pressure Vessels Act is complied with at all times
• Maintain daily records, logbook entries, accurate production records &  tabulation of monthly reports as required by Company and regulatory agencies
• Assist with shut downs in a support role or assigned as a team leader
• Perform other tasks as necessary & as assigned by the Powerhouse Chief
• Compliance to environmental standards, rules, and regulations
• Perform all duties in accordance with safety rules and regulations

SKILLS  AND QUALIFICATIONS
• Current 1st or 2nd Class Power Engineer Certification per BCSA requirements
• Knowledge of license and permit conditions
• Familiar with Government and other regulatory agencies
• Demonstrated supervisory skills
• Strong interpersonal and communications skills
• Excellent computer skills, including Excel and Word
• Skilled in distributed control systems
• Familiar with all power plant systems and equipment and able to operate high voltage switch gear as required

EDUCATION
• A graduate of Power Engineering Technology
• First or Second Class Steam Engineer Certificate as recognized by BCSA

EXPERIENCE
• Operation and maintenance of all areas of a power plant
• Knowledge of process heat exchangers and flash steam recovery systems 
• Supervisory and Maintenance background
• Solid fuel fired boiler experience
 


How to Apply

Expiring: June 18, 2014

Phone: 250-344-8831

Fax: 250-344-8859