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|Experience Required:||1 year|
|State/Province:||ON - Ontario|
With the understanding that effective management of our Water resources is critical to public health, economic development, and the long-term health of the environment, our Water group is focused on delivering and managing sustainable water and wastewater solutions. This is where great people and great ideas truly make a difference. Our team members are passionate about resource renewal and sustainability, and apply both knowledge and technology to deliver life cycle solutions for both public and private sector clients. We collaborate on developing innovative solutions for complex projects in the areas of advanced water and wastewater process design, water supply, conveyance, pumping, and storage.Responsibilities:
An opportunity exists for a highly motivated Instrumentation Technologist to become part of a dynamic Water Engineering Team in our Ottawa location. The successful candidate will be responsible for the field installation, maintenance and repair of municipal Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems (SCADA) including micro processor based field devices, process control loops, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC's), Remote Terminal Units (RTU's), Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) and communication networks and hardware equipment. Operation of various pieces of equipment and/or adjustment of process parameters may be required.
Job Duties include:
The successful candidate must have, at a minimum, a diploma from a three year Electrical/ Electronic/Instrumentation Engineering Technologist Program at a Community College and 1 to 5 years’ experience in the maintenance, installation and fabrication of low voltage electrical/electronics/ instrumentation equipment and systems, preferably in the water supply or wastewater treatment industries. The candidate must be certified on O.A.C.E.T.T. of Ontario or able to obtain this qualification within 12 months. While not a requirement, fluency in English and French would be considered an asset.