Reporting to the Engineering Business Operations Manager, the Junior Engineer- Records will be part of a team overseeing FortisBC’s Record Assessment Project (RAP).
The role encompasses review and assessment of civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and process and instrumentation diagram (P&ID) drawings, to confirm the attributes required for the safe and reliable operation of all underground assets.
The accountabilities will provide experience in the necessary documents requiring retention after the completion of a capital project, while providing valuable knowledge on records within a multi facetted corporate environment.
The accountabilities will ultimately provide valuable experience that can be applied toward acquiring a Professional Engineer Designation with the Engineers and Geoscientist of BC.
Review, analyze and assess civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and process and instrumentation diagrams (P&ID) drawings to identify the qualified record to confirm the pipe attributes of a gas line.
Review, analyze and assess design, construction and maintenance documents to identify the qualified record to confirm the pipe attributes of a gas line.
Review, analyze and assess all relevant engineering drawings and documents to verify the latest state of the gas line.
Verify pipe attributes (Outside Diameter, Wall Thickness, Material Standard, SMYS, etc.) with supporting drawings and documents.
Utilize the Geographic Information System (GIS) to locate the gas asset within the province of British Columbia.
Review, analyze and assess the pipe attributes by reviewing the information stored within the Geographic Information System (GIS) database and comparing it to the engineering drawings and documents found in FortisBC’s electronic filing system.
Requirements Education and Experience :
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from an accredited University
Previous engineering co-op experience preferred but not mandatory.
Eligible for registration as an Engineer-In-Training with EGBC (or other provincial equivalent).
Valid BC Class 5 (or other provincial equivalent) Drivers License preferred but not mandatory.
Technical Competencies (Role Specific) :
Well-developed interpersonal and communication / presentation skills.
Demonstrated ability to work with multiple stakeholders; both internal and external.
Skilled in the use of computer equipment and applications including spreadsheets, database and word processing products.
Strong analytical / problem solving skills.
Strong attention to details.
Strong investigative skill and desire to find the proper record to support the pipe attributes.
Demonstrated ability to be effective when working independently or working with a team.
Demonstrated ability to adapt to changing priorities and work environment.