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SAL Engineering Ltd. is seeking a Municipal Engineer in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
To view the original job posting please see SAL ENGINEERING LTD - Municipal Engineer.pdf
SAL Engineering Ltd. is looking for an experienced and talented Municipal Engineer to join their growing team of professionals. If you enjoy working with a collaborative, friendly, and dedicated team, then consider applying with us today!
The successful candidate will be responsible for the following items pertaining to the types of projects outlined above:
- Municipal design and flow modelling (WaterCAD)
- Water and sewer system assessments
- Field surveys and data imports
- Water line routing evaluation using aerial imagery
- Assessment and design reports
- Drawings (Civil 3D) for pre-design, design, and post-construction
- Project approvals and permits, including utilities and regulatory agencies (municipal, provincial, federal)
- Design, bidding, and contract documents, including drawings and specifications
- Project tendering
- Construction management, including shop drawings, site meetings, price requests, change orders, progress payments, and performance certificates
- Construction site inspection, legal land pin location, staking, and layout using GPS, theodolite, and level
- Design and construction coordination with sub-consultants
- Meeting attendance and engineer’s report preparation and presentation
- Client and project team correspondence
- Overall project budgeting and detailed opinions of probable cost
- Project scheduling
- Proposals and consulting agreements for new projects
- Terms of reference for sub-consultants and additional consultants
The Municipal Engineer will typically work 37.5 hours per week, with the potential for additional time requirements. Travel throughout Saskatchewan is required. The annual salary will be commensurate with experience.
Qualifications and Requirements
Applicants for the Municipal Engineer position must:
- have graduated from a post-secondary civil engineering degree program
- be a Professional Member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan
- have at least 4 years of municipal engineering experience
- have a valid Saskatchewan driver’s license and reliable vehicle
- be willing and able to travel throughout Saskatchewan
- have strong technical, communication, and organizational skills
- be meticulous and take pride in their quality of work
- have strong written and oral communication skills
- have a positive attitude and strong work ethic
- be well-suited to a collaborative work environment
SAL Engineering Ltd. is a locally-owned Saskatoon firm that has been providing professional municipal engineering and project management consulting services throughout Saskatchewan since 1980. We take pride in our technical expertise and in offering excellent service to our clients.
SAL Engineering Ltd. works with Federal, Provincial, and Municipal governments, as well as First Nations and the private sector. We provide engineering services for a significant variety of projects related to the development and expansion of:
- Rural water lines
- Water treatment plants and pumphouses
- Water and sewer mains
- Sewage lagoons and pumping stations
- Solid waste facilities
- Drainage systems
Please submit your resume and cover letter today to careers@SALEngineering.ca
We thank all candidates for their interest! Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
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