In charge of electrical systems related to diesel and spark‐ignited gensets, including auxiliaries, switchgear and control systems as well as the calibration of power generation equipment of the plant. Application of engineering expertise during design, detailed design, component verification, selection, application, troubleshooting, and analysis.
Prepares conceptual and detailed electrical designs for new diesel and gas engine applications in the power generation industry; liaises with MTU and ensures electrical designs meet specifications and customer expectations.
Designs control panels; prepare bills of materials for the calibration of plant controls and mechanical interface equipment associated with different applications; writes and programs PLC code for controls; debugs, troubleshoots, tests systems and provides on-site support during commissioning of the complete power generation installation.
Prepares detailed calculations and design drawing packages for customer or consultant approval; prepares documentation; reviews and approves equipment electrical shop drawings and production packages from other vendors.
Specifies and prepares scope of works for electrical distribution, plant instrumentation, control and automation, calibration of plant equipment, protection system and switchgear.
Works closely with contractors during site installation; provides instructions and interconnection interface diagrams for proper installation of electrical systems; identifies installation deficiencies and takes corrective actions; liaises with Electrical Safety Authority (ESA) for field approvals of electrical equipment pieces and follows up on final approvals.
Travels to customer sites to monitor progress; participates in commissioning activities during final systems start-up, along with factory-trained specialized technicians and field-service staff.
Reviews vendor shop drawings for general compliance with design requirements and contract specification documents; revises drawings and specifications due to changes originated by production or post-construction.
Provides post-construction technical support for designed and installed equipment; interacts with end users and customers, analyzes situations, and provides advice and technical support at all levels of marketing, field service and engineering.
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering; Eng. registration (registered or in process of registering).
A minimum of 5 years of experience in the power generation industry, controls, switchgear and applications; experience in estimating and diesel and gas engines.
Proficiency: Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint
Since 1858, Wajax has been serving major Canadian industries as one of the nation’s leading mobile equipment, power systems, and industrial products and services providers. Wajax operates in the mining, oil sands, oil & gas, construction, forestry, industrial/commercial, transportation, and metal processing industries – to name a few.
Wajax offers a total compensation package that includes competitive pay, comprehensive benefits, learning and development, as well as some unique additional “perks.” Highlights include:
100% employer paid medical and dental benefits with no waiting period for eligibility
Wajax-led e-learning, and product training through industry leading manufacturers such as Hitachi, 3M, and Detroit Diesel.
Discounts with the “Big 3” auto manufacturers, equivalent to their internal employee pricing.