Construction Engineering Officer
Department of National Defense
Ottawa, Canada
2d ago

Overview

Construction Engineers provide engineering support, such as facilities management, fire engineering, contract and project management, and construction and environmental engineering.

As members of the Military Engineer Branch, Construction Engineers plan, develop and implement projects involving a wide range of military engineering tasks.

Their primary responsibilities are to :

  • Prepare or approve construction drawings, designs and cost estimates
  • Advise superiors on military engineering matters
  • Exercise leadership and technical control over organizations involved in engineering services
  • Provide mapping, charting and geodesic support to sea, land and air operations
  • Lead and manage a team of skilled personnel
  • Work environment

    Construction Engineers work as part of a Construction Engineering Flight or Unit. Although the primary role of Construction Engineering Officers is to support the operations of the Royal Canadian Air Force, Construction Engineering Officers may also support Canadian Army operations and missions.

    After a period of time gaining practical experience, Construction Engineers may be posted to a Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) base or headquarters.

    Over the course of their careers, Construction Engineers will likely be deployed on a domestic or international mission, including operations in support of UN, NATO or Coalition missions.

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