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Our Atlantic Canada Industrial Buildings and Facilities team specializes in the design, development and assessment processes unique to buildings and facilities for both public and private sector clients. This includes architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, operational, process and fire/life safety. Working closely with our clients, our dedicated professionals help to establish and understand the specific needs of our clients and tailor our technical solutions in alignment with their specific business and project objectives. This is where great ideas and rewarding careers are built. We provide unique and cost effective solutions to engineering challenges; we are involved in a diverse range of projects from the initial planning stages to design, construction, commissioning and assessment. Our local team provides services in all aspects of commercial, industrial and institutional projects including HVAC, plumbing, LEED®, and energy efficient design. Our structure cultivates career growth and provides opportunities as unique as you are. Responsibilities:
Stantec is dedicated to becoming a top 10 global design firm and is committed to add talented and experienced professionals to drive the growth of our business. In particular we are seeking Mechanical Engineers and /or Technologists
The successful candidate(s) will become integral to our project team, whose responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Develop Energy Simulation Models – analysis of energy performance for new construction and existing building projects including developing recommendation for the implementation of energy efficiency measures including associated scopes of work, costs, savings and payback periods. Preparation and submission of LEED® compliant energy models and use of models to direct design efforts.
- Complete Energy and Water Audits – identification of potential efficiency measures, utility demand and consumption analysis.
- Commercial, Institutional and Industrial Mechanical Design – with a focus on a superior built environment and energy efficiency.
- Building System Commissioning - including the development of operation and maintenance best practices for new and existing buildings.
- Building Condition Assessments – assessment and reporting on all aspects of buildings including architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, fire/life safety, indoor air quality, hazardous materials and mold.
- LEED® Facilitation – defining, collecting, organizing and submitting documentation under the LEED® certification requirements.
- Client Relations and Business Development.
- Mentoring less experienced technical staff.
- Multidisciplinary team interaction and leadership.
- Preparation of professional reports and proposals.
- Project Management.
As a Professional Engineer or Technician / Technologist you will possess the following credentials and experience:
- Post secondary graduate as a Mechanical Engineer from an accredited university, or as a Mechanical Engineering or Energy Engineering Technician or Technologist.
- Registered (or eligible for registration) as a P. Eng., E.I.T. or C.E.T. with a Canadian Professional Association or Certifying Body.
- Minimum of 3 years of practical experience in a consulting or building construction environment with a specialization in building mechanical systems and/or building energy efficiency.
- LEED® Accredited Professional status with the Canadian Green Building Council (or significant progress towards this accreditation).
- Experience with any of the following will be considered a definite asset: energy modeling and analysis, renewable energy system assessment and design, sustainable HVAC system design, building construction processes and cost estimating, contract administration, and writing technical reports, plans, and proposals, energy retrofit methods, government energy efficiency incentive programs, building envelope assessment, and the LEED® durable building credit..
- Computer proficiency, especially with Microsoft Office and AutoCAD is required. Experience using Retscreen, EE4, eQuest/Can-Quest, IES, or other energy simulation tools would be an asset.
Regardless of professional designation, the ideal candidate will possess the following skills and attributes:
- Highly motivated and organized, able to take on responsibility for a number of tasks and projects at one time.
- Self directed and proactive in both team and independent settings.
- A deep understanding of sustainability concepts and their practical applications as well as a commitment to environmental responsibility.
- Innovative yet disciplined thinker with a passion for energy efficiency.
- Effective communication skills, both verbally and in writing, with clients, colleagues, councils and contractors.