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Various Discipline Engineer Positions

Government of Canada

This is a Contract position in Gatineau, QC posted February 12, 2020.

Reference number: SVC20J-021647-000088 Selection process number: 2020-SVC-EA-HQ-360750 Public Services and Procurement Canada
– Real Property Services Various locations EN-ENG-03, EN-ENG-04, EN-ENG-05, EN-ENG-06 $86,378 to $149,942 Closing date: 28 January 2022
– 23:59, Pacific Time Who can apply: Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad.

Apply online We are committed to providing an inclusive and barrier-free work environment, starting with the hiring process.

If you need to be accommodated during any phase of the evaluation process, please use the Contact information below to request specialized accommodation.

All information received in relation to accommodation will be kept confidential.

When you apply to this selection process, you are not applying for a specific job, but to an inventory for future vacancies.

As positions become available, applicants who meet the qualifications may be contacted for further assessment.

Intent of the process A pool of partially qualified candidates may be created and used to staff similar positions within PSPC, with various language requirements, security profiles and tenures.

Currently, the majority of our positions to be filled are located in Gatineau/Ottawa region and/or in Vancouver, BC.

Positions to be filled: 6 Information you must provide In order to be considered, your application must clearly explain how you meet the following (essential qualifications) EDUCATION (for all disciplines) Graduation with a degree from a recognized post-secondary institution in civil engineering, structural engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, or some other engineering specialty relevant to the duties of the position a degree is defined as a baccalaureate or higher level degree, as established by educational authorities LICENSING (FOR ENG-04, ENG-05 AND ENG-06) Eligibility for certification as a professional engineer in Canada with specialization in an engineering specialty relevant to the position (some positions may require eligibility for certification as a professional engineer in Canada without regard for the field of specialization).

EXPERIENCES IMPORTANT NOTE: The number of years of experience you have within your discipline will determine for which level of EN-ENG you could be considered for, if you meet the experience stated on the statement of merit criteria below.

EXPERIENCES FOR EN-ENG-03 ALL DISCIPLINES 4 years of experience in technical engineering position.

The experience must include at least 3 years of Canadian experience.

– Experience in construction supervision, inspections and administering contracts / quality assurance.

– Experience in analysis and design
– Experience producing engineering reports.

– Experience reviewing shop drawings and product submittals by Contractors for technical compliance with specifications.

BRIDGES
– Experience in providing technical assistance to senior engineers.

– Experience in preparing engineering drawings and specifications for bridges TRANSPORTATION (HIGHWAYS):
– Experience in preparing traffic staging drawings
– Experience in preparing specifications for minor highway reconstruction and/or resurfacing DAMS (ELECTRICAL AND/OR MECHANICAL)
– Experience inspecting the condition of heavy mechanical equipment for dams.

– Experience designing repairs for heavy mechanical dam equipment
– Experience preparing tender packages or statements of work for heavy mechanical equipment
– Experience estimating costs of repair and construction work for heavy mechanical equipment EXPERIENCES FOR EN-ENG-04 ALL DISCIPLINES 8 years of experience in technical engineering position.

The experience must include at least 5 years of Canadian experience.

– Experience in providing full engineering services (including preparing drawings, specifications, and tender packages, construction budget and construction schedule estimation).

– Experience in conducting quality assurance reviews of engineering designs, reports, drawings, specifications.

– Experience in assessing results, formulating functional technical solutions, creating asset management plans and providing recommendations to supervisor, project manager and/or client.

– Experience developing options for alternatives for construction and repair work, assessing their feasibility, evaluating their financial and non-financial factors, and estimating their initial and life cycle costs, and making recommendations to more senior engineers
– Experience in providing full project management services (including consultant acquisition, contract administration, and evaluation and controlling budgets and schedules); BRIDGES
– Experience in detailed inspections, structural analysis, studies, preliminary design and detailed design of bridges.

TRANSPORTATION (HIGHWAYS)
– Experience with urban and rural highway Transportation Planning Manual (TPM) detailed design/traffic staging, major reconstruction and/or widening as well as minor reconstruction and resurfacing DAMS (ELECTRICAL AND/OR MECHANICAL)
– Experience tracking the condition of a portfolio of heavy mechanical equipment for dam operation.

– Experience preparing operation and maintenance manuals and standard operating procedures for heavy mechanical equipment for dams.

EXPERIENCES FOR EN-ENG-05 ALL DISCIPLINES 12 years of experience in technical engineering position.

The experience must include at least 5 years of Canadian experience.

– Experience in the following areas: detailed inspections, structural analysis, preliminary and final design, budgeting, scheduling, preparation of tender documents, design guidance, design review, resolution of design and technical problems for projects.

– Experience in conducting quality assurance reviews of designs, reports, drawings, specifications, budgets, and schedules.

– Experience in assessing results, formulating functional planning and technical solutions, creating asset management plans and providing functional and technical advice and recommendations to supervisor, project manager and/or client.

– Experience with consultant contracting (including acquisition, administration, and evaluation); BRIDGES
– Experience as discipline lead or in leading multi-discipline teams for bridge design phases and construction phases.

TRANSPORTATION (HIGHWAYS)
– Experience and strategic planning associated with urban and rural highway Transportation Planning Manual (TPM) detailed design/traffic staging, major reconstruction and/or widening as well as minor reconstruction and resurfacing DAMS (ELECTRICAL AND/OR MECHANICAL)
– Experience managing the condition, reliability, safety, and life cycle of a portfolio of heavy mechanical equipment and planning for its long term performance of dams.

– Experience forecasting and planning long-term costs of managing a portfolio of heavy mechanical equipment.

– Experience coordinating a number of projects for repairs, upgrades or new construction involving heavy mechanical equipment.

SENIOR ENGINEER POLICY
– Experience in coordinating the development and implementation of policies, standards, guidelines or best practices.

EXPERIENCES FOR EN-ENG-06 15 years of experience in technical engineering position.

The experience must include at least 5 years of Canadian experience.

– Experience in preparing and conducting quality assurance of: detailed inspections, structural analysis, design, tendering and construction supervision.

– Experience in providing technical and strategic advice and briefings to clients, stakeholders and senior management.

– Experience in the implementation of policies, standards, guidelines or best practices
– Experience in leading multi-disciplinary project teams; such as consultant and contractor.

– Experience in managing human (1) and financial resources (2) 1 For human resources management, applicants must clearly demonstrate that they have supervised staff, assigned work, managed and assessed performance, implemented training and staffing plans.

Applicants must also indicate the number of employees they supervised directly.

2 For Financial Management: Applicants must show evidence of managing a budget, either directly or indirectly.

This experience is defined as responsible for financial planning or forecasting or reporting.

Applicants must also indicate the size of the budget they managed.

The following will be applied / assessed at a later date (essential for the job) Various language requirements English essential Bilingual Imperative: BBB/BBB and CBC/CBC KNOWLEDGE ALL DISCIPLINES
– Knowledge of the associated codes and standards, best practices, policies and legislative acts and their application into design and construction project.

– Knowledge of industry standards and best practices for operational and maintenance monitoring and reliability of equipment and machinery for applicable disciplines.

COMPETENCIES ALL DISCIPLINES for ENG-03, ENG-04 and ENG-05
– Demonstrating Integrity and Respect
– Showing initiative and being action-oriented
– Thinking things through
– Working effectively with others
– Client services competency – Level 1 for ENG-03, Level 2 for ENG-04 and ENG-05 For ENG-06
– Create Vision and Strategy
– Mobilize People
– Uphold Integrity and Respect
– Collaborate with Partners and Stakeholders
– Promote Innovation and Guide Change
– Achieve Results
– Client services competency – Level 3 ABILITIES ALL DISCIPLINES
– Ability to communicate effectively in writing
– Ability to communicate effectively orally
– Ability to handle multiple demands, unforeseen interruptions and deal with emergencies The following may be applied / assessed at a later date (may be needed for the job) ASSET QUALIFICATIONS ALL DISCIPLINES ADDITIONAL EDUCATION
– Licenced as a professional engineer in Canada
– Studies or seminars related to asset management.

– Additional education or certification related to the discipline.

BRIDGES
– Graduate studies in a field related to BRIDGES.

– Training related to bridge inspections.

– Training or seminars related to the Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code.

DAMS (ELECTRICAL AND/OR MECHANICAL)
– Certificate of Qualification as a Construction Millwright (Ontario Trade Code 426A), as an Industrial Mechanic Millwright (Ontario Trade Code 433A), or an Interprovincial Red Seal as a Millwright.

ASSET EXPERIENCE for EN-ENG-03 and EN-ENG-04 BRIDGES
– Experience in the design of bridge rehabilitation or replacement and preparation of plans and specifications.

– Experience in performing detailed bridge inspections, writing reports and formulating recommendations based on results.

– Experience in the structural analysis of BRIDGES using the Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code.

– Experience in assessing inspection or analysis results, formulating technical solutions and recommendations and presenting results to supervisor, project manager and/or client.

– Experience in asset life cycle cost analysis.

TRANSPORTATION (HIGHWAYS):
– Experience with pavement analysis.

– Knowledge of the Geometric Design Manual, Pavement Design Manual, Drainage Standards and other codes and standards related to highway design.

DAMS (MECHANICAL AND/OR ELECTRICAL)
– Experience managing a portfolio of dam assets for long-term reliability
– Experience participating in Dam Safety Reviews and Public Safety Reviews for dams
– Experience with hydraulic fluid power systems
– Experience with wire rope hoists
– Experience with electric motors and their controls
– Experience with mobile cranes, rail-mounted cranes, and overhead cranes.

ASSET EXPERIENCE for EN-ENG-05 ALL DISCIPLINES:
– Experience in managing human and financial resources (employees, multidisciplinary teams, consultants, budgets).

– Experience in applying heritage conservation principles and the Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada ASSET EXPERIENCE for EN-ENG-06:
– Experience in coordinating the development of policies, standards, guidelines or best practices.

– Experience in claims management and dispute resolution
– Experience in providing briefing to senior management.

– Management experience in the delivery of a program of work in response to competing client demands with varying degrees of complexity and magnitude.

– Experience in applying heritage conservation principles and the Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada
– Experience in asset management and managing programs of works OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
– Willing and able to work on construction sites and in spaces with limited access.

Conditions of employment Reliability Status security clearance Secret security clearance Other information The Public Service of Canada is committed to building a skilled and diverse workforce that reflects the Canadians we serve.

We promote employment equity and encourage you to indicate if you belong to one of the designated groups when you apply.

The screening board cannot make any assumptions about your experience.

It is not sufficient to say that you have the required qualifications or to list your current duties.

You must answer the screening questions (essential and asset qualification, if applicable) and demonstrate not only that you have the required experience but how, where and when it was acquired while ensuring you provide clear and accurate details/examples.

The curriculum vitae will be a secondary source to confirm the experience described in your answers.

Applications that do not clearly demonstrate that the candidate meets the screening criteria will not be given further consideration.

Asset qualifications could be used at the screening stage.

Please ensure that your resume clearly indicates how you meet each of assets qualifications (education and experience), if applicable.

A person may be appointed even though he/she does not meet any or all of the asset qualifications.

However, it may be a deciding factor in choosing the person to be appointed.

Please note that in addition to all assessment methods such as the application, exam, interview, correspondence and communication in relation to this selection process may also be used to assess certain qualifications.

It is the responsibility of the candidate to notify the Human Resources Advisor of any pre-approved leave throughout the duration of the process in order to facilitate scheduling of evaluations.

An alternate date will be possible if requested for the following reasons: 1) Medical reasons with doctor’s certificate; 2) Death in your immediate family; 3) Confirmation of pre-approved travel plans or training plans (made before the advertisement posting date); 4) Religious reasons.

Please note that only online applications will be accepted.

If you are unable to apply online, please contact the contact person at least twenty-four (24) hours before the ad closes.

Preference Preference will be given to veterans and to Canadian citizens, in that order, with the exception of a job located in Nunavut, where Nunavut Inuit will be appointed first.

We thank all those who apply.

Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.