Job ID 129450
Career Level Others
Experience 5 Years
Industry Installation, Maintenance and Repair
Qualifications Degree Bachelor
Coming Soon**High demand Jobs in Saskatchewan** Apply in GreenTech Resources for position – Power engineers and power systems operators (NOC 9241)** for our prospective & current client based in Saskatchewan, Canada & those who will be supporting an LMIA/PNP. GreenTech is a Foreign Worker Recruitment Company based in Regina.
GreenTech Resources is an established recruitment, immigration and settlement company with its Head office in Regina, SK, Canada. Established in 2016, we have our offices in Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton and Mississauga. Greentech deals in foreign worker recruitment, settlement and immigration processes.
Responsibilities for Power engineers and power systems operators
- Hardware validation and debugging;
- Circuit board design (including part selection, circuit design and simulation, schematic capture, and layout review);
- Cross-functional collaboration with software, mechanical, and integration engineering teams;
- Collaboration with contract manufacturers for prototyping activities and high volume production.
- Operate and monitor computerized switchboards and auxiliary equipment in electrical control centres to control the distribution and to regulate the flow of electrical power in the transmission network
- Co-ordinate, schedule and direct generating station and substation power loads and line voltages to meet distribution demands during daily operations, system outages, repairs and importing or exporting of power
- Monitor and visually inspect station instruments, meters and alarms to ensure transmission voltages and line loadings are within prescribed limits and to detect equipment failure, line disturbances and outages
- Issue work and test permits to electrical and mechanical maintenance personnel, assist maintenance and technical personnel to locate and isolate system problems, and assist during routine system testing
- Complete and maintain station records, logs and reports.
- Completion of secondary school is usually required.
- Power engineers require a college training program in power engineering and several years of work experience.
- Power engineers require a provincial or territorial power engineering certificate according to class.
- Stationary engineer trade certification according to class is compulsory in Nova Scotia and Quebec and available, but voluntary in New Brunswick.
- Power systems operators require completion of a three- to five-year power system operator apprenticeship program or over three years of work experience in the trade and some college or industry courses in electrical and electronic technology.
- Trade certification is available, but voluntary for power systems operators in Newfoundland and Labrador.
- Control room operators at nuclear power plants require licensing from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.