SAMPLE JOB POSTING
Professional Engineer Designate – Engineer in Training
Water and Waste Department
The Professional Engineer Designate –
Engineer in Training (E.I.T.) performs engineering assignments for the
respective Branch Head in the following tasks: administer data collection
programs, data analysis, prepare reports, field inspections and surveys,
water/wastewater/land drainage modeling, design, capital cost estimates, GIS
queries and responds to customer concerns or requests for information. The
E.I.T. rotates through the Water/Wastewater/Land Drainage and Flood Protection/
Design & Construction Branches on annual basis to develop a broad
understanding of the municipal engineering skills required in the Water and
Waste Department and receives mentoring from a professional engineer. The
duties and skills learned are intended to provide the E.I.T. work experience
required for eligibility for registration as a professional engineer.
of the City's water distribution/wastewater collection/land drainage and
flood protection systems to ensure the level of service being provided is
at acceptable and to expected standards.
hydraulic modeling to assess and quantify the performance limitations
with the existing water distribution system/wastewater collection
system/land drainage and river hydraulics.
in drawing review of proposed modifications of existing infrastructure or
that new development proposals meet City servicing criteria.
capital cost estimates of alternative upgrades or renewals for proposed
system modifications to minimize customer impacts, minimize operational
risk and environmental impacts.
proposed flood protection measures for conformance to the flood
the field data and collection programs for the water distribution
/wastewater collection/land drainage and flood protection systems.
the water distribution system summer and wastewater collection system
monitoring program to assess system performance.
the City's rain gauge monitoring program. Assists in acquiring water
level and flow data to calibrate hydraulic models and assess system
the installation of field equipment, data collection, maintenance and
trouble shooting of the field equipment, and decommissioning/removal of
engineering designs for the water distribution/wastewater collection /land
drainage and flood protection systems.
as-built drawings, field survey data; property data and utility data for
conflicts with the proposed works.
engineer analysis and calculations to assess designs for wastewater
loadings, water pressures and land drainage storage and runoff rates and
level of flood protection.
recommendations with respect to design alternatives, capital costs,
operational costs, and operational risk and customer impacts.
any past customer complaints to ensure proposed design works will perform
at expect levels.
the proposed design minimizes impacts to the environment, waterways, and
written reports and presentations to document engineer analysis,
recommendations and system performance of the water
distribution/wastewater collection/land drainage and flood protection
field inspections, surveys, and site inspections to perform engineering
other related duties consistent with the position as assigned
have a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering.
- Must be
eligible to be registered as Engineer in Training with the Association of
Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Manitoba (A.P.E.G.M.) within 3
have a valid Manitoba Driver's License Class 5.
to prepare engineering reports and make recommendations.
knowledge of the municipal wastewater, water supply and distribution, and
land drainage systems.
communications and interpersonal skills, including written and group
ability to operate a personal computer using Microsoft Office (Outlook,
Word, and Excel).
ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with
employees at all levels of the organization, external contacts and the
public, in accordance with the Respectful Workplace Standard.
of economic analysis methodologies.
to work extended hours in emergency situations.
and problem solving skills with the ability to be flexible and active in
developing innovative methodologies.
and project planning skills to plan, organize prioritize and coordinate
work and resources with a high degree of independence.
knowledge of specific operating, maintenance and work processes used for
water distribution, wastewater collection, land drainage and flood
protection, asset management and design and construction. (Obtain within
knowledge of the Water, Sewer, Lot Grading
By-Laws. (Obtain within 48 months)
and understanding of the occupational hazards, safety precautions,
regulations and procedures that is applicable to the area of work.
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