WORK ILLUSTRATION :
Reporting to the Manager, Engineering, the Engineer provides a wide range of engineering support services that will ensure technical soundness, reliability, safety and cost effectiveness of the utility and its Electrical Distribution Power System.
The Engineer is accountable and legally responsible for personal drawings, calculations, documents and the work of others for which the Engineer has signed.
The Engineer in this role is integral in developing Peak Demand Gross load forecasts that reflect the long-term impact of Climate Action Planning on the Toronto Hydro grid.
They will utilize various planning and forecasting inputs from vehicle and transit electrification, Distributed Energy Resources, Demand Response initiatives as well as Grid Modernization to sequence infrastructure investments to prepare the Toronto Hydro grid for the future.
The incumbent is expected to behave ethically and follow the established code of business conduct, policies and internal control procedures, laws and regulations governing Toronto Hydro.
Toronto Hydro has implemented a mandatory vaccination requirement for all its employees. Proof of full vaccination will be required upon receiving a conditional offer of employment.
Toronto Hydro will provide reasonable accommodation to individuals who cannot be vaccinated due to disability or any other ground protected by the Ontario Human Rights Code.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES :
Prepares engineering, technical or business reports and studies; performs analysis, testing and evaluations Participates in short and long range strategic planning
Provides timely technical support and consultation, demonstrates effective project management and process efficiencies;
reviews, develops and / or presents business proposals, plans, designs, processes, operational procedures and practices
Accountable for the timely, technically accurate and cost effective application of engineering practices
Compares alternatives based on cost / benefit considerations, customer needs, safety, statistical analysis and engineering principles, and recommends the optimum solution
Undertakes special investigation and studies, and prepares reports with recommendations. Prepares
material and / or technical specifications and standards; reviews proposals from suppliers, contractors and
consultants for technical merit and compliance; investigates and evaluates the application of new technologies
Performs analyses of reliability performance data involving stations, feeders and key accounts to determine causes and trends to support System Planning for the purpose of identifying mitigation measures
Participates in implementing corporate goals
Represents Toronto Hydro in industry meetings and committees
Supports interaction with key account customers
May be called upon to act as a team or project leader
Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering
Registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario
4+ years of Engineering experience
Electrical distribution system planning and / or design experience is preferred
Project Management experience PMP certification preferred
Knowledge and experience in Alteryx and Tableau is an asset
Fluent in the application of information technology, such as general office software, CAD, AM / FM, engineering records, and specialized engineering application software
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Effective skills in project management operations, budgeting, business process and productivity improvements
Self-motivated, operates with a high degree of independence and can visualize possibilities and opportunities
Aptitude and experience in adapting to, managing and facilitating change, willing to challenge the status quo
Proven effective problem-solving and analytical ability
Proven conflict resolution skills
Customer focused with strong interpersonal skills
Ability to predict and understand technological trends and their effect on business or strategic work plans Demonstrated knowledge of relevant safety and environmental legislation and regulations
Demonstrates commitment to environment, health and safety
Toronto Hydro has introduced a Hybrid Work Arrangement. This position allows for remote work up to three days per week, based on business needs.
Employees will be required to come onsite on those days when they are involved in activities that they or their leader feel are better conducted in person.
You are expected to live in Ontario and within reasonable commuting distance of the office.