real careers. real life.

Log in as: Job Seeker | Employer
New User?

Forgot Employer password?
Forgot Job Seeker password?

Job Order Detail

Home | Search Jobs | Job Order Details

Instrumentation & Controls Discipline Lead

Job Search Safety tips

Job Order #: 5665131

Employer Name:
March Consulting Associates Inc.
Posted Date:
# of Positions:
Employment Terms:
Full Time
Apply By:
How to Apply?:
This job is no longer taking applications

Application Information

This job is no longer taking applications and is displayed only for reference.

To view current postings please conduct a new search.

Thank you.

Employer Name:
March Consulting Associates Inc.

Contact Email:

Employer Website:


We are looking to add an Instrumentation & Controls Discipline Lead to either our Saskatoon or Regina office. Reporting to the Director, Engineering, the Instrumentation & Controls Discipline Lead is responsible for taking a lead role in the planning and design of major Instrumentation and Controls projects within the mining and other heavy industrial industries. In addition, this role would also be responsible for business development as well as providing leadership and mentorship to others within the discipline.

As the Discipline Lead, you will work closely with clients through the full project life cycle from initial site visits and client meetings all the way through to the completion of the project deliverables.

Your superior leadership and mentorship skills will ensure the success and growth of the Instrumentation & Controls Discipline. Well-developed communication skills are required to work closely with Project Managers and other Discipline Leads as well as when working with clients to develop, maintain and build relationships. At March, we believe business development opportunities come from our superior service and ensuring our projects are a success. The successful candidate would have the same commitment to quality as the rest of our group, in order to continue to ensure the success of our clients and ultimately March.

You bring a Bachelors degree in Engineering coupled with licensing by APEGS (or other provincial equivalent) and a minimum of 10 years of related experience with extensive knowledge of relevant codes and industry best practices. Previous leadership and business development experience would be highly beneficial. Current relationships with organizations in the mining field would be considered an asset.


email.gif Email a Friend     print.gif Print This Job    
red_x.gif Flag as inappropriate

Vous désirez plus d’information
en français sur ce poste?


Home | Search Jobs | Job Order Detail