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Electrical Engineer

Location:
Muskeg River, AB
Position Number:
HG202

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Why work at Heartland Generation Ltd?

The Heartland Generation team is always looking for power players who share our values and can contribute to the spirit of a forward thinking, proactive, agile, and professional team that puts customers first.

As we shape the Heartland Generation story, we embrace our roots and are inspired to create a dynamic, fresh company. We’re building our foundation of operational excellence and defining our unique place within Canada’s energy markets.

As a group of passionate team members, we provide safe, reliable, and affordable energy to our customers. With integrity, agility, and a deep dedication to building trust, we’re here to power and empower the lives of our team, our customers, and the communities where we live and work. If you’re looking for a career with purpose, join our team.

How do you fit in?  

The Electrical Engineer is a member of a multi-discipline engineering team tasked with executing capital and expense projects, major maintenance activities, and supporting the Operations and Maintenance departments.

Reporting to the Station Manager, the Electrical Engineer is responsible for all aspects of project development, design, implementation, and closure in compliance with the Heartland PPMP and MOC processes. The Electrical Engineer will also provide consistent, comprehensive, and professional support to the station operations and maintenance departments in areas such as troubleshooting, root cause analysis, maintenance practices, outage planning & execution, operating guidelines, and engineering standards development and implementation.

What you’ll be doing:  

•   Condition monitoring of generators, transformers, and BOP electrical equipment

•   Lifecycle management of station electrical equipment including the development and maintenance of a strategy document for critical equipment

•   Assist in lifecycle management of station control systems and instrumentation including the development and maintenance of a strategy document for critical equipment

•   Development of contingency plans for critical equipment

•   Leading major maintenance, inspections, and testing of major electrical equipment

•   Program development and ownership of applicable Alberta Reliability Standards

•   Leading the site commodity metering process

•   Project management of major Electrical projects

•   Electrical design and drawing updates

•   Management of critical engineering files and documentation

•   Providing technical support and mentorship to maintenance personnel

•   Providing support to other HGL operational units and facilities as required

What you must have:

•   Electrical Engineering degree from a recognized post-secondary institution and registered as a Professional

Engineer in good standing with APEGA, or other provincial Professional Engineering Regulatory Association and qualifies for inter-provincial mobility

•   Minimum 3 years of relevant industry experience in thermal/gas fired power generation, or a comparable industry. Consideration will be given to individuals with more extensive applicable experience

•   Experience with power station operations, maintenance, development, construction, and commissioning is an asset

•   Experience with Generators, Electrical Protection systems, Protection Relays, Switchgear/MCCs, Power System Analysis, Turbine Control Systems, DCS, PLCs, SCADA

•   Self-starter who can work independently and is motivated to learn and develop

•   Critical thinker with strong problem-solving skills

•   Effective team player with strong interpersonal skills who leads by example

•   Seeks feedback from other team members and clients to improve quality of deliverables; committed to building on existing and developing new expertise

•   Strong written and verbal communication skills

•   Familiar with the Canadian Electrical Code

•   Proficient with Microsoft Office and cloud-based software

•   Project management training and experience is an asset

•   Valid Class 5 driver’s license

Where you’ll be working:

This position is located at our Muskeg River Cogeneration Facility in Fort McMurray, Alberta, with the option to utilize a fly in fly out offering from Edmonton or Calgary.

Ready to join our team?

Please submit your resume in confidence to our Human Resources team.

This position requires the satisfactory completion of background and education verification checks and pre-employment alcohol and drug screening.

We appreciate your interest in working with us, but only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

Ready to join our team?

If you would like to be a power player who can contribute to the spirit of a forward thinking, proactive, agile and professional team that puts customers first. Learn more about what joining the Heartland Generation team could look like for you!

We appreciate your interest in working with us, but only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

To apply, please submit your resume in confidence to our Human Resources team.

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Why work at Heartland Generation Ltd?

The Heartland Generation team is always expanding. We’re looking for power players who share our values and can contribute to the spirit of a forward thinking, proactive, agile and professional team that puts customers first. Learn more about what joining our team could look like for you.

As we begin to shape the Heartland Generation story, we embrace our roots and are inspired to create a dynamic, fresh company. Looking forward, we will build on our foundation of operational excellence as we define our unique place within Canada’s energy markets.

As a group of passionate team members, we provide safe, reliable and affordable energy to our customers. With integrity, agility and a deep dedication to building trust, we’re here to power and empower the lives of our team, our customers and the communities where we live and work.