Mechanical Engineer - ID #214 - Saskatoon, SK
Roles and Responsibilities (include but not limited to):
Mechanical Engineer will be responsible for assisting the Chief Mine Maintenance Engineer in all aspects of the mine maintenance department, including equipment selection, mechanical design, project management, contractor management, and other assigned duties.
Mechanical Engineer will provide maintenance engineering support to maintain and improve underground facilities, equipment, and processes.
Design review of existing and new mechanical and structural systems
Preform technical assignments, including:
Gathering and correlating basic data
Performing detailed engineering duties involving calculations and relatively standard tests
Making computations and preparing graphs and charts from recorded data
Preparing design drawings
Preparing technical records and reports
Making recommendations and being involved with important decision-making on technical aspects of projects
Assist other engineers in the study and recommendation of new or existing equipment and methods
Supervise Mine Mechanical Technician(s) to ensure timely and accurate completion of assignments
Oversee and provide direction for field activities to ensure safe and quality implementation of mechanical and structural systems
Interface with operations and maintenance personnel for successful development, planning, execution, and completion of new or existing equipment and methods
Coordinate the activities of service providers
Act as a relief supervisor for mine maintenance and shaft departments, as required
Manage project and technical documentation, as required
Provide engineering and project management support to Capital Program team, as required
Responsible for tracking costs of their assigned projects
Be a safety leader, foster a positive safety culture, and perform duties, as assigned, for Safety Program
Structural inspection experience would be considered an asset.
Strong organizational and time management skills
Ability to handle a large and varied workload
Ability to work independently and in groups
Ability to understand and manage work involving multiple disciplines
Understanding and application of Project Management principles and techniques
Strong decision-making and problem-solving skills
Strong technical writing skills
Ability to effectively communicate in professional setting and with diverse groups
Ability to effectively manage and monitor performance of consultants and contractors
Experience with mechanical / structural inspections is an asset
Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Power Point, OneNote, OneDrive, etc.)
Proficiency with Primavera scheduling software is an asset
Proficiency with Oracle Business Intelligence software is an asset
Must be registered or be eligible for registration with APEGS
Eng designation (through APEGS) or registered EIT
Formal education or significant experience in effective communication is an asset
Ability to work underground
Understanding of underground potash mining is an asset
Eligible to work in Canada
The duration of the contract would be up to 1 year, however our client reserves the right to cancel the contract at any time.
Contract is Time and Materials and detailed LEM/Timesheets will be required.
Schedule is 4X10 hour days (6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) with the potential for off-hours / weekend work depending on the workload.
Reference Job ID #214