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Assistant Safety Analyst II

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Mississauga

R-107066

PG 2, Assistant Engineer II, SP30

A satisfactory level of learning and development will be a prerequisite for entry into the PG 2 grade from PG 1.

· training and development are continued at this "basic" working level.

· more varied tasks and studies assigned will be of limited scope and complexity and may be portions of broader assignments.  Tasks are expected to be completed within assigned budgets and schedules.

· duties require a familiarity with the application of standard techniques, prescribed engineering testing, analysis, design and computation methods, procedures and criteria including knowledge of codes and standards in carrying deterministic safety assessment of plant systems (process and safety) for a variety of postulated accidents using state-of-the-art methodologies and computer codes..

· normally, detailed oral and/or written instructions are given as to methods and procedures to be followed.

· technical/supervisory guidance is available to resolve more difficult aspects and select the procedures to be applied on non-routine work.

· decisions made are limited within established guidelines.

· results are usually reviewed. 

· accuracy and completeness in calculations, clear presentation of results, etc. is expected; errors would usually be detected before any serious consequence results.

· occasionally may be given assignments commensurate with the PG 3, Engineer level for training and development purposes.

· may give technical guidance to one or two other Assistant Engineers I or technical support employees assigned to work on a common project.

· education requirements are as per the Assistant Engineer I, (bachelor graduation in engineering or honours science from a university recognized by the Company and/or eligible for membership in a provincial engineering association.),  plus a minimum of two years practical continuing experience or a Masters degree.

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Un début de carrière passionnant en génie hydraulique

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Canada

Type de contenu

Blogs

Date de publication

07/05/2024

Récapitulatif

Rencontre avec Sophie, candidate à la profession d’ingénieur (CPI) en hydraulique à Québec au Canada. Membre de l'équipe hydraulique et drainage en génie routier, Sophie nous parle de ce qu'el

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Rencontrez Sophie, candidate à la profession d’ingénieur (CPI) en hydraulique et apprenez-en plus sur son début de carrière passionnant à Québec.

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