Draftsman, Process mechanics
Stantec
Montréal, QC, CA
3d ago
source : JobsMedia

Position : Designer, Process mechanics

At Stantec, we are at our best when we innovate together, where collective interest, creativity and needs meet clients. We are guided on a daily basis by our imagination, our ingenuity and a deep understanding of the society around us.

We are a global network of 22,000 employees spread over 400 offices and 6 continents. Founded in Canada, Stantec is now the third largest engineering firm in North America.

Here in Quebec, we are a team of 1,500 engineers, professionals, designers, project managers and technicians. Our 20 offices can count on strong and committed local leadership.

Do you plan to be part of a dynamic team and work on stimulating projects? Join the water treatment team at its Montreal office.

Responsibilities

  • Participate in the concept development with engineers;
  • Participate in the design of plans for projects in the field of process mechanics for water or industrial treatment plants and substations pumping;
  • Design plans according to engineers' sketches and industry standards;
  • Apply requirements enterprise systems as well as those of clients;
  • Coordinate activities with other disciplines;
  • Carry out, on occasion, on-site readings necessary for the realization of plans.

    Requirements

  • Certificate in industrial or process technical drawing;
  • 2 to 5 years of experience;
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD software 2D and 3D;
  • Knowledge of Plant 3D software (asset);
  • Knowledge of REVIT software (asset);
  • Knowledge of water treatment and pumping (asset).

    What we offer :

  • Regular full-time position : 37.5h / week;
  • Flexible hours;
  • Competitive compensation;
  • Reimbursement of professional association membership fees;
  • Flexible group insurance plan;
  • Pension plans : RRSPs, Share ownership plan, TFSA;
  • Training and skills development program.

    Stantec subscribes to employment equity and access to equality programs and invites women, members of visible minorities, Aboriginals and people with disabilities to present their application.

    Only successful applicants will be contacted. In order to simplify the text, the use of the masculine gender to designate both women and men has been favored.

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