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Hamilton, ON
2024.07.08
2024.07.27
The Electrical Controls Designer will work using computer aided design (CADD) software to create detailed and complex diagrams and models of electrical systems along with associated documentation (Bill of Materials, work scope, etc.), and also to revise existing drawings as necessary in accordance with client standards. The Designer will also be responsible for providing technical support to the teams and will be expected to maintain proper communication with the client and with team members. The Designer will also be responsible for providing technical support to other drafters and will be expected to maintain proper communication with the client and with team members.

Job Description:
  • Creating electrical diagrams for industrial control panels. (Motor Control Panels, PLC Panels, Relay Panels, etc.)
  • Create electrical schematics including bill of material, power schematics, control schematics, panel layouts, terminal layouts, cable overviews, I/O lists and general notes. This may come from written or verbal instructions.
  • Design to UL508A and local electrical codes
  • Create 2D and 3D drawings as required
  • Perform drafting of field mark-ups for record drawings.
  • Managing drafting standards, templates and cells.
  • Create and store documents electronically.
  • Liaise with customers and team members for regular communication and feedback on work progress.
  • Make site visits as required.
  • Train and provide technical support to drafting team members.
  • Assist with project preparation and close-out
  • Quote panel schematic and build time to customer
  • Procure parts from vendors
  • Support team members in filling out project paperwork
Qualifications:
  • Intermediate level – minimum of 6+ years' design experience in Industrial Electrical Design
  • Junior level – less than 6 years of experience design in Industrial Electrical Design
  • Proficient with drafting/drawing software including but not limited to Eplan, AutoCAD.
  • Experience modelling 2D and 3D within AutoCAD or other industry accepted 3D modelling software an asset
  • Adaptability – Adapts interpersonal skills to work with diverse individuals in a constantly changing environment.
  • Business Perspective – Demonstrates thorough understanding of how each business unit adds value to the organization. Explores and addresses underlying, and long-term client needs while scanning the environment to identify new contacts.
  • Creativity & Innovation – Thrives on creating new ideas, solutions or approaches to ongoing challenges.
  • Decision Making – Makes decisions by weighing interrelated factors which are incomplete or contradictory.
  • Initiative – Identifies and acts to resolve all issues and problems as they arise, regardless of responsibility area. Makes decisions by weighing interrelated factors which are incomplete or contradictory.
  • Problem Solving – Identifies alternate solutions to standard problems using unclear criteria or procedures.
  • Resilience – Works effectively and retains perspective in the face of difficult or demanding situations such as ambiguity, frequent change, and high workloads.
Benefits:
Career advancement opportunities
Competitive wages
Excellent benefits package
RRSP and Employee Share Ownership Program

TO APPLY:
Please contact the Employment Specialist you are working with at Centre for Skills Development to express interest. 
OR
Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre for Skills Employment Services office to find out how to apply:
• Burlington: 905-333-3499 x 150
• Oakville: 905-333-3499 x 421
• Milton: 905-333-3499 x 459
• Mississauga: 905-333-3499 x 462 
 
Post ID: HV - SpkPwr
Company: Spark Power
Hours: Full time
Wage: Negotiable
Status: Permanent
How to apply: See details in posting on how to apply