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Working as part of multidisciplinary teams, the Engineer and Geotechnical Project Manager will provide cutting-edge expert advice in geotechnics, rock mechanics and material control for the delivery of design or construction projects of various types and complexity.
They will participate in projects involving the design, rehabilitation or construction of buildings, roads, engineering structures, hydraulic and earthwork structures, slope stability, soil dynamics, temporary and permanent retaining structures, deep and conventional foundations, for private or public institutional or industrial clients, mainly in Quebec, as well as elsewhere in Canada.
Perform complete geotechnical studies, from planning to report drafting, including boring, drilling, laboratory tests, as well as design recommendations.
Perform the inspection, safety assessment and upgrading of concrete and earth dams.
Participate in studies involving tunnels and the stability of rock walls, including discontinuity surveys and potential slip planes using a drone.
Coordinate studies, engineering, field work, subcontractors, and suppliers.
Prepare bid documents in response to interdepartmental or public call for tenders.
Supported by experienced draftspersons, prepare drawings and specifications for earthfill, slope stabilization, and bank protection structures, etc.
Supervise, train and coach CEPs and interns.
University degree in civil or geological engineering with a major in geotechnics.
At least seven years of experience in geotechnics.
Member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ).
Knowledge of software used for slope stability, drainage, and finite element analysis.
Excellent ability to work as part of multidisciplinary engineering teams primarily comprised of geotechnical and geological engineers, and environmental specialists.
Command of the French and English languages (spoken and written).
Strong verbal and written communication skills, and ability to ensure effective communications with clients regarding work progress.
Project management skills to ensure the administrative monitoring of projects, and ensure compliance with budgets and schedules.
Strong ability to work on various projects simultaneously.