Up to $107,759 per year (commensurate with experience)
Engineering - Technical
Type of job
Day shift, full time
Do you have experience in stormwater and sanitary sewer management? Your expertise is in demand!
Our client, a prestigious public organization located in Brossard, is seeking a hydraulic engineer. Are you seeking new challenges and looking to pursue a career in the public sector, serving the community? An excellent career opportunity awaits you!
Participate in various diagnostic projects of services, networks and waterways.
Search for optimal technical solutions, perform economic analyses and estimate costs.
Analyze real estate and urban planning development projects.
Ensure the projects’ compliance with current regulations.
Perform feasibility assessments for sector development.
Keep the hydraulic models up to date and ensure the compilation of required data.
Participate in the standardization of procedures and information transfer.
Ensure proper classification and management of performance data.
Take part in the preparation of documents required for the calls for tender and bids.
Support external consultants in the context of development projects.
Analyze the collected field data and update the directions of master plans.
Prepare studies and reports regarding your sector of activities if required.
Participate in work meetings and give your expert technical opinion on regional issues.
Participate in the development of policies and standards for the design of water supply and sewer systems.
Be the expert and resource person in terms of hydraulic performance.
Provide technical and planning support for municipal services.
Perform any other related tasks.
If you are ready to take on new challenges, we would like to meet you!
Possibility to participate in exciting transformational projects.
Hybrid schedule: spread over 4 and a half days of work per week.
Dynamic team in a rapidly growing city.
Team spirit that promotes work-life balance.
Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.
Member of the Order of Engineers (OIQ).
2 to 5 years of relevant experience.
Knowledge of the MDDELCC BNQ 1809-300 standards.
Experience with software such as PCSWMM, AquaGeo, EPANET AutoCAD, Civil 3D.
Design of drainage and stormwater management structures.