electrical designer in guelph

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Are you an experienced Electrical Designer with knowledge of pumps and related process equipment?
Does an excellent company and a chance to make a real impact appeal to you?
If so, this could be the role for you!

 Designing chemical feed equipment, including application of pumps, motors, controllers, instrumentation, PLC and electrical wiring in response to customer needs and order requirements on the electrical/instrumentation design side. Primarily Electrical, Instrumentation and Controls.
 Reviewing customer specification
 Developing and designing Control Panel, and drawing P&ID
 Creating Electrical drawings for Systems, includes panel drawings, wiring diagrams.
 Developing and designing of Control Logic and PLC Programming for System Controls
 Assist with onsite commissioning of equipment with PLCs and troubleshooting
 Ensuring electrical equipment selected and designs adhere to the appropriate electrical code.
 Answering technical questions from consulting engineers, manufacturers reps (distributors) or end users regarding system design
 Maintaining and building drawing library file
 Ensuring project schedules and deadlines are maintained.
 Preparing, maintaining and certifying electrical drawings in E-Plan and AutoCAD
 Documenting Control Logic, Functional Descriptions and PLC Logic for project requirements
 Utilizing SAP to create and maintain BOMs
 Producing and maintaining all relevant documentation as per project requirements on the electrical/instrumentation side
 Organizing documentation into quality books and operation manuals
 Assisting in managing documentation system for technical documents and drawing files
 Assisting Sales, Marketing and Technical departments with drafting requirements to create graphics for catalogues and brochures
 Following designated procedures for creating, coordinating and/or documenting information in SAP or other programs
 Coordinating material pricing and delivery with vendors
 Assisting in coordinating electrical installations and wiring projects
 Performing and witnessing quality and functional testing to qualify equipment
 Preparing and Comparing "As-built" skid system against order requirements and making necessary corrections
 Providing and assisting with development of standard products, documentation, and specification sheets for products. With focus on developing the project engineering document system (processes and forms)
 Occasional travel to clients, customers, and work sites
 Infrequent international travel

Qualifications and Skill Requirements

 Degree/Diploma in Technical/Engineering or similar field

Work Experience –

 Experience Building Industrial Control Panels (min 2 years)
 Experience Designing Industrial Control (min 2 years)
 Experience Developing & Testing PLC programs (min 2 years)
 Experience Developing & Testing HMI Programs (min 2 years)
 Electrical field troubleshooting an asset

Competency Requirements

 High level of computer literacy; AutoCAD experience required; E-Plan Experience an asset
 Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, and Adobe Acrobat
 Experience with CSA, CEC, and other Electrical Standards and Codes is preferred
 Industrial Process and Process Piping knowledge would be an asset
 Professional standings an asset
 Professional individual with detail-oriented, organization, documentation, and communication skills (both written and verbal)
 Ability to work on multiple tasks and prioritize accordingly

Position is a contract. It'll start as 6 weeks but has an opportunity to continue longer term.

Apply Online or email resume to Dawn Urbanowicz at dawn.urbanowicz@randstad.ca
Only qualified candidates will be contacted
Please visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positions.
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