Overview / Responsibilities
The intermediate designer will plan, schedule and conduct broad and / or technically complex engineering assignments requiring judgment, independent evaluation, selection and significant adaptation and deviation from standard techniques and procedures.
Production of mechanical layouts and plant design using AutoCAD, 2-D and 3-D tools for mining project including extracting drawings from a 3-
D model Develop Equipment Lists with Engineering Locate all equipment Prepare and review drawings and designs to ensure standards of quality and accuracy are met including details and GA drawings Read, understand, and comment on manufacturer equipment drawings and specifications Work and collaborate with other discipline team Work in conjunction with the engineers, working from the engineer's directions Creating CAD drawings as per customer rules and presentation requirements Coordinate with all disciplines on requirements for assigned area Coordinate with all disciplines on routing and space allotment Coordinate with other offices / companies at interfaces between design areas Review specifications and vendor documentation for associated equipment
Skills / Qualifications
Technical college graduate with North American experience in mining and mineral or similar industries 7 - 10 years' design experience, preferably in the consulting industry, (preference will be given to those candidate with experience in Mineral Mining projects) Experience in process-
plant mechanical design and layout design in 3D environment. Experience in site development Experience designing in a large equipment and conveyors environment Proficiency in the use of 3-
D modeling platforms. Candidates must demonstrate strong interpersonal and motivational skills to work well within a team environment Candidate must demonstrate the ability to development relationships and conduct presentations internally and externally.
Candidate must demonstrate strong technical skills and apply them effectively Relevant experience with PDMS design and drafting Experience with 3D Design tools such as PDMS, Navisworks, Smart Plant Reviewer, Laser scan tools, Quanta point, Leica Geosystems TruView Experience in programing in any environment will be an advantage.
A good understanding of mechanical equipment in relation to operation and maintenance A good understanding related to other discipline (such as Civil, Structural, Architectural, Piping, Building Services, Electrical and Instrumentation & Controls) design, equipment and layout requirements Ability to work in a multi discipline environment In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and Accessibility of Ontarians with Disability Act, 2005, we are committed to meeting the needs of people with disabilities and will do so by preventing and removing barriers to accessibility in all parts of the hiring process.
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