Stations Assets Management Engineer
We’re looking for new talent to join us as we reinvent the future of energy. Across BC, we have a diverse team of more than 2,500 employees we can’t do without, yet we’re growing as fast as ever.
You may think we’re your standard utility that delivers natural gas and electricity, but we’re also into cool, innovative energy solutions. Think carbon capture, renewable energies and lower-carbon transportation for a start. We believe in creating a cleaner, healthier tomorrow.
If you like meaningful work, a dynamic environment and forward-thinking colleagues, build your career with us. You’ll get opportunities to grow, lead, solve, and create. So what are you waiting for? Let’s rethink energy together.
Position Overview You’re a collaborator at heart with exceptional communication skills that allow you to work efficiently with any group you encounter, including leadership across any organization. Multi-tasking is second nature to you, and your organizational skills help you meet even the tightest deadlines.
In the role of Stations Asset Management Engineer, you’ll collaborate with leadership teams to assess and define projects for substations within our Electric service territory. You’ll put your skills to work to provide accurate cost estimates and analysis for our projects, including short and long-term budget proposals, and ensure we follow the proper regulatory requirements.
We're committed to building a greener future with our 30BY30 promise to reduce our customers’ emissions by 30 per cent by the year 2030. We need collaborators and innovators like yourself to help us achieve our goal. Join us in re-thinking our energy future.
In year 1, you will: Collaborate with various stakeholder groups to define new project scopes, including requirements and deliverables. Solicit and capture feedback from relevant stakeholders. Support the implementation of technology (predictive analytics) and process in the asset investment tool.
In year 2, you will: Develop and update business cases for proposed projects and programs. Update internal planning, prioritization, or estimating tools. Define new project scopes based on the objectives, timelines and regulatory requirements.
What it takes: A bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from an accredited university, including four to seven years of engineering experience related to the electric utility field. Knowledge and experience with electric substation assets. Exceptional organizational skills and the ability to multi-task and meet various deadlines. Excellent communication skills, both verbally and written.
What you need to know: To view the full job description, please click here. This opportunity is available to applicants who have successfully obtained their Professional Engineer designation. Engineer-in-Training applicants will not be considered. Our engaging workplace offers a wide range of challenging opportunities, while being safe, inclusive and diverse. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, while supporting life-long career development. We also encourage volunteerism and nourish the need to give back to your community.
The safety of our customers and FortisBC family members is our number one priority. To ensure the safety of our employees on our job sites, there is strict adherence to our worksite safety plans and social distancing practices. As an essential service provider, we’ll continue to follow the government COVID-19 guidelines and adjust our plans as necessary. As we welcome new employees, our commitment to safety remains for all of our FortisBC family.
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