This position is required to enable Design Engineering to meet existing stakeholder commitments for the provision of engineering design documents and drawings in the areas of HVAC, conventional pressure boundary, and building services.
This position is required to enable Design Engineering to meet existing stakeholder commitments for the provision of engineering design documents and drawings. If this position is not filled, we will be unable to support high priority and mission-critical projects. The Mechanical/HVAC Engineer is a member of a multi-disciplinary group providing integrated engineering services including analysis and detailed design of new or modified systems for nuclear and non-nuclear facilities and R&D projects at the CRL site. The incumbent will contribute through the development of conceptual, preliminary, and detailed designs of structural components, pressure boundary systems, HVAC, and building services. Building services would include drinking water, sanitary sewer, plumbing, compressed air, and steam and condensate systems.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Support other areas of engineering for the preparation of design documentation, including customer proposals, work plans, schedules and estimates.
Engineering support during construction, installation and commissioning project phases.
Supervision, coaching and mentoring of junior engineers/interns technical and other project staff.
Perform engineering calculations.
Support the design and layout for structures, HVAC, building services and mechanical systems for nuclear and non-nuclear facilities.
Preparation of design documents (Design requirements, design descriptions, and manuals), technical specifications and tending documents, standards and procedures for design of various HVAC, building services and mechanical components and systems.
Review of technical documents and drawings prepared by other Engineers and Designers.
Classification, code selection, design analysis and registration of pressurized systems and components.
- Honours Bachelor degree in Mechanical, Civil from a university of recognized standing
- Membership with Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO).
- More than ten years of experience, with in-depth knowledge in the design and analysis of HVAC and building services. Including experience with HVAC codes and standards, and nuclear ventilation systems.
- Familiarity with the analysis and design of conventional pressure boundary systems. Including familiarity with CSA B51, ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Codes and ASME B31 piping codes.
- Supervisory and project management experience is considered an asset.
CNL has an Employment Equity Program and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal Peoples, visible minorities and persons with disabilities.