Job Description Assessment Engineer – ENG001126

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Job Description Assessment Engineer – ENG001126

Closing Date: Mar 25, 2016, 11:59:00 PM
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The Ministry of Central Services conducts assessments of long-term building maintenance requirements of its facilities to assist in planning for their long term renewal. The types of buildings involved include health-care facilities, technical schools, correctional centres, office buildings, court houses, laboratories, museums and art galleries, and include historic properties across the province.

There is an opportunity for a dynamic individual to join Property Management Services team as an Assessment Engineer. As part of the facilities assessment team, the successful candidate will have the confidence and possess expertise to research, assess, develop, and implement building component inspections and assessments throughout the Province on behalf of the Ministry. This position is tasked with the responsibility to co-ordinate, implement and assess provincial facilities to provide data that reports on the Ministry’s facility condition.

To be successful in this position our candidate of choice will be either a Mechanical or Electrical Engineer with a concentration in building systems and bring an understanding of facility development, engineering and construction techniques, including but not limited to: component selection, cost estimating, life cycle management and facility management, building assessment and building codes. In addition, this position educates and persuades stakeholders on approaches to building condition renewal management and, as such, requires well-developed skills in leadership, problem solving, negotiation, interpersonal influence and corporate effectiveness. Complementing this, you will have experience in the design, construction and/or operation of building systems.

To qualify for this position, you will be a graduate of a recognized post-secondary engineering program and engineers would be eligible for registration with APEGS, (Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan). Supplemental certification in either, Facilities or Project Management would be an asset.
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Hours of Work: M – Monthly Out of Scope

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