Job title: Electrical Engineer

Company: Nova Scotia Power

Job description: LogisticsJob Title:Electrical EngineerCompany, Department:Nova Scotia Power, Power ProductionLocation:Trenton, NS – Trenton Generating Station – On siteType of Employment:Regular, Full-TimeSalary:Commensurate with qualifications and experienceClosing Date:March 30th, 2024Reference Number:2024-2709The OpportunityWe are currently looking for an Electrical Engineer to join our team in a permanent position. Reporting to the Plant Manager, you will provide technical support to the various Maintenance and Operations departments, ensuring safety and loss control, ISO14001 Environmental Management System, production, maintenance, and business objectives are met.Key elements of this role include:As an Electrical Engineer:

  • You will work in concert with other engineers and will be accountable to support multi-discipline engineering functions as required.
  • You will help execute the plant’s capital program including project scoping, project preparation, cost control and project management.
  • You will be involved in shutdown planning and other planning functions as required.
  • You will be responsible for performing engineering analysis and design and developing individual capital project submissions.
  • Participate on equipment reliability teams with other plant engineers and asset management specialists.
  • You will supervise contract crews and external consultants.
  • You will support the maintenance department by reviewing the results of the plants predictive and preventive maintenance programs and providing recommendations on improvements to these programs.
  • You will support the operations department by assisting in process and equipment troubleshooting as required and in developing initiatives to improve reliability.
  • You will provide engineering assistance in support of safety improvements, process improvements, equipment modifications, and cost reduction initiatives.

You will be responsible for your personal safety and that of your co-workers by observing all Occupational Health and Safety Rules and Regulations. You will be accountable for environmental performance as it relates to the environment management system processes and initiatives.These skills will make you successful:To thrive in this role, you recognize yourself in most of the following competencies and skills listed below:

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  • 3 to 5 years’ experience as a professional engineer and be a full member or be eligible for membership with Engineers Nova Scotia.
  • Consideration may be given to candidates holding an electrical engineering technologists diploma with 7 to 10 years’ experience.
  • Previous supervisory and/or project management experience.
  • Experience in maintenance shutdown planning will be considered an asset.
  • You must have strong oral and written communication skills, exemplary interpersonal skills and be able to function effectively in a team environment.
  • You will be a self-starter with proven organizational and analytical skills with established skills in managing multiple tasks and assignments simultaneously.
  • You are required to be available for after-hours consultation and emergency plant work.
  • You must hold a valid driver’s license.

We understand that experience comes in many forms, and we’re dedicated to adding new perspectives to the team. So, if your experience is close to what we’ve listed above, please consider applying.Learn more about our culture and valuesAt the Emera Group of Companies, you’ll be part of an inclusive, respectful workplace where everyone is welcomed and supported. Come build a career as unique as you are: making an impact from Atlantic Canada to the world. Your experience and perspective will help us to safely deliver cleaner, more reliable energy to our customers.If working in an innovative environment, challenging yourself, and shaping a cleaner energy future inspires you, we want to hear from you. Apply by March 30th, 2024, and tell us why this position is right for you.The perks of joining our team? We offer:

  • Health & Wellbeing: A comprehensive benefits plan, Employee and Family Assistance Program, parental leave top-up plan and wellness benefits.
  • Grow Your Career: Opportunities to advance within and between our affiliate companies, a focus on employee development and available sponsored education programs.
  • Community Engagement & Care: Corporate investments in the places where our people live and work, mentoring opportunities, fundraising-matching & volunteer programs, and scholarships for children of employees.
  • Competitive Compensation: A comprehensive benefits plan, short-term incentive plans and employer matching RRSP contributions.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at EmeraAs one of Atlantic Canada’s largest publicly traded companies, we are ranked one of , and . We know our success is driven by our dedicated teams and we strongly encourage applications from all qualified candidates, including persons who identify as racially visible, Indigenous, persons with disabilities, women in underrepresented roles and members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community.Applicants from these equity groups may self-identify through the online application process. We support candidates and employees with access and accommodation needs and encourage you to let us know when you require accommodation.Recruitment & Promotion PolicyThe success of the Emera Company is driven by its people: a strong team with a shared commitment to support the . The purpose of our recruitment policy is to provide a consistent framework to support fair and equitable attraction, hiring, and retention of the best talent for vacant positions. We are dedicated to maintaining a fair hiring process that provides equitable opportunities to all our applicants and is guided by our company values.

Location: Trenton, NS

Job date: Sun, 17 Mar 2024 07:37:13 GMT