JOB TITLE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER
COMPETITION # 20-003-13
NATIONAL OCCUPATION CODE 2131
NUMBER OF POSITIONS 1
POSITION TYPE FULL-TIME
The Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF) is the official democratic and self-governing representative for the Metis Nation’s Manitoba Metis Community.
The Manitoba Metis are Canada’s Negotiating Partners in Confederation and the Founders of the Province of Manitoba.
The MMF seeks to fill one (1) full-time Structural Engineer position within the Housing Department located at 150 Henry Ave in Winnipeg, MB.
The Structural Engineer will develop steel framing designs for houses and buildings and convert steel framing drawings to manufacturing drawings for production.
Remuneration is based on education and experience.
Job Duties / Competencies :
Develop steel framing designs for houses and buildings;
Knowledge of architecture drawings and develop proper structural drawings;
Convert steel framing drawings to detailed assembly drawing and manufacture drawings;
Provide clear instruction for constructors;
Solve engineering related issues on site;
Monitor construction to ensure proper installations;
Answer inquiries and maintain files.
Skills and Qualifications :
Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering;
Must be a registered Professional Engineer in good standing with Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba (EGM), or eligible to become registered;
One to two years’ experience in steel framing or one to two years’ experience in housing construction;
A minimum of five years of direct experience in lieu of education may be considered;
Knowledge and understanding of architecture designs;
Proven ability to deliver building design and analysis projects from start to completion;
Proficiency in AUTO-CAD or other related construction software;
Proficient with Microsoft Office;
Excellent interpersonal, communication and technical skills;
Strong problem-solving and time-management skills with the ability to work under pressure;
Ability to work independently, in a team and with construction liaisons;
Experience working for a not-for-profit or Indigenous organization is an asset;
Knowledge of Metis culture and MMF programs and services is a definite asset; and
Ability to travel, valid Manitoba driver’s license with access to a reliable vehicle.