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Intermediate Mechanical Engineer

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Job Order #: 5608168

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DMC Mining Services
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University Bachelor's Degree
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DMC Mining Services

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Allan Castellvi

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DMC Mining is currently looking for an Intermediate Mechanical Engineer. This role is a defined term contract position.

The Intermediate Mechanical Engineer will provide site-based design and support for short to long term construction mechanical matters. The Intermediate Mechanical Engineer will be able to quickly mitigate design discrepancies and/or constructability problems with practical solutions, be able to work as a team member with Jansen site and Vaughan-based engineering groups developing and reviewing designs ahead of schedule for future project phases. The incumbent will provide support to ensure works have been built and constructed per design and quality/specifications have been met with any discrepancies reported and mitigated.

1. Supports site on making certain that designs are built to approved plans and that safe construction practices are followed.
2. Designing to applicable standards, quantifying time and materials needed, developing schedules, and issuing stamped IFC drawings for mechanical works
3. Coordinates between site and head office engineering groups: examine and approve structural design constructability and scheduling for planned future work.
4. Ensures that mechanical components are assembled per design, with any discrepancies itemized and mitigation methods approved.
5. Inspects materials, products, equipment, standards and designs to detect defects, malfunction, or possible constructability issues.
6. Advises supervision of any remedial work which may be necessary to bring mechanical installations into compliance with project specifications.

Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering with experience in shaft sinking or heavy industrial design.
Eligible for membership in APEGS
Shaft construction and / or mining design experience is considered an asset.


Skills and Abilities

Project and Personnel Management Skills
 - Technical writing and article/report authoring
Work Experience
 - CAD software (computer assisted software)
 - Health and safety
 - Installation, maintenance and inspection of equipment or facilities
 - Operations or production
 - Quality assurance or control
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
 - Standing for extended periods
 - Combination of sitting, standing, walking
 - Sitting
 - Attention to detail
 - Tight deadlines
 - Work under pressure
 - Fast-paced environment
Security and Safety
 - Basic security clearance
Essential Skills
 - Significant use of memory
 - Continuous learning
 - Computer use
 - Finding information
 - Job task planning and organizing
 - Critical thinking
 - Decision making
 - Problem solving
 - Working with others
 - Oral communication
 - Writing
 - Numeracy
 - Document use
 - Reading text
Computer and Technology Knowledge
 - Project management software
 - CAD software (computer assisted software)
 - Electronic mailing software
 - Spreadsheet software
 - File management software
 - Internet
 - Word processing software
 - Windows
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
 - Licensing by a provincial or territorial association of professional engineers


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