As a Jr. Project Engineer (or Project Engineering in Training), you will be assigned to personnel with an Engineering background and training who are primarily utilized for coordination and control of projects which require engineering support and discipline. The Jr. Project Engineer shall work in conjunction with a Project Engineer to control and resolve technical matters both with internal and external project stakeholders/customers/suppliers.
Different projects will have different needs for the specific duties to be completed by a Mechanical Engineer assignee; these needs may be require a bias towards design support, support for manufacturing technology, support for acceptance and/or commissioning testing and a bias towards development and review of customized tooling documents.
development of technical documentation for the project(s), including
documentation such as:
- Design Documentation (design requirements, FMEA’s, design plans, etc.)
- Procedures and Instructions (operation manuals, test plans, etc.)
- Technical and Vendor Specifications
- Support the Project Engineer (as required) for all quality, risk and technical scope related to planning, executing, monitoring, and closing activities.
- Support the preparation of Technical Specifications for materials requiring Engineering input.
- Maintenance and distribution of meeting minutes
- Performance of document control activities (preparation of transmittals, maintenance of project document registers, transmission of deliverables to customers, and coordination of comments received on submitted documents).
- Design of any testing as required for the intermediate or final verification of fabrication in accordance with the design inputs, in conjunction with the requirements of the Promation Quality Assurance program.
- Support for Manufacturing – including coordination of Manufacturing deliverables opposite project demands (schedule)
- Maintenance of a daily logbook for the associated project activities, to record progress, technical issues, ideas, advice and lessons learned
- Support for Operations (assembly/fabrication, both at Promation and on site) – including technical coordination of assembly tasks opposite any assembly instruction including procedures, ITPs, NCRs etc.
- Coordination of QC resources as required for Manufacturing and Assembly.
- Coordination and management of technical Rolling Action Items Log
- Compilation of Lessons Learned on an on-going basis, opposite design, fabrication and manufacturing instruction.
- Management of any in-process technical changes required resulting from proactive or reactive measures required to maintain cost and schedule.
- Preparation and revision of engineering procedures to facilitate continuous improvement
- Support to Health & Safety for any safety related project initiatives or needs.
- A post secondary degree in industrial or mechanical engineering or a related field
- Registered as a Professional Engineer in Ontario is preferred or a registered EIT.
- 0-5 years of directly related industry experience.
- Excellent technical knowledge in all aspects of manufacturing, assembly, purchasing, quality assurance, testing, and project coordination
- Outstanding problem solving skills in order to evaluate and enhance production processes and systems and to identify and solve operations, process and quality issues.
We are an Equal Employment Employer. We do not discriminate in hiring on the basis of sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religious creed, national origin, physical or mental disability, protected Veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, provincial, or local law.
If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please contact us and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information. Requests for accommodation will be considered on a case-by-case basis.