Engineering and Land Survey – Engineering (EN-ENG)
The Planning, design, construction or maintenance of physical or chemical processes, systems, structures or equipment; and the development or application of engineering standards or procedures.
Undergraduate or bachelor’s degree from a recognized post-secondary institution in mechanical engineering, civil engineering electrical engineering, aeronautical engineering, geological engineering, naval architecture or some other engineering specialty relevant to the duties of the position.
Occupational Certification: For some positions, candidates must be eligible for certification as a professional engineer.
$49, 349 - $134, 429
Types of positions may include:
- Chemical Engineers
- Civil Engineers
- Electrical and Electronics Engineers
- Geological Engineers
- Mechanical Engineers
- Metallurgical and Materials Engineers
- Mining Engineers
- Petroleum Engineers
Duties may include:
- Conduct economic and technical feasibility studies in areas related to chemical, petroleum, pulp and paper or other processing industries;
- Conduct research into the development or improvement of chemical engineering processes, reactions and materials;
- Plan and design major civil projects such as buildings, roads, bridges, dams, water and waste management systems and structural steel fabrications ;
- Monitor air, water and soil quality and develop procedures to clean up contaminated sites
- Conduct technical analyses of survey and field data for development of topographic, soil, hydrological or other information and prepare reports;
- Plan, develop and co-ordinate programs of geotechnical, geological, geophysical or geohydrological data acquisition, analysis and mapping to assist in the development of civil engineering, mining, petroleum and waste management projects or for regional development;
- Determine and advise on appropriate drilling and blasting methods for mining, construction or demolition.
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