SNC-Lavalin Inc. is searching for an energetic candidate for the role of Mechanical Engineer-in-Training (EIT) to take on the exciting opportunity within the Infrastructure Engineering team in Atlantic Canada.
Seize an opportunity to have an impact working on a variety of projects that continue to improve not only Halifax and Atlantic Infrastructure, but have the ability to be a part of major projects taking place across Canada.
At SNC-Lavalin, we believe the world-class expertise and unwavering commitment of our employees are the reasons for our success.
The three pillars of Safety, Ethics and Quality are paramount and the ideal candidate will be outstanding in each of these areas.
We value teamwork, respect and openness above all else, and we empower our people to grow and learn. Join us, as we work to become the world’s most sought-
after engineering and construction firm.
Located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, you will work under the guidance of senior engineers. As the ideal candidate, you have significant focus on producing quality work, meeting deadlines, working in a dynamic office, and the ability to grow your career in an environment that encourages innovation and delivers excellence.
Our office thrives on challenges and as the ideal candidate, you are confident in developing innovative solutions and furthering these through sound engineering practice.
This position includes a broad range of consulting tasks. Strong verbal and written communication skills is a must, you’ll have a keen interest in a fast paced work environment, and be proficient in organization, and time / budget management.
You must be able to work interchangeably in a team setting, and independently, and will be expected to liaise with professional staff including engineers, technicians, subcontractors and clients.
At SNC-Lavalin, we seek to hire individuals with diverse characteristics, backgrounds and perspectives. We strongly believe that world-
class talent makes no distinctions based on gender, ethnic or national origin, sexual identity and orientation, age, religion or disability, but enriches itself through these differences.