$70,000 to $115,000 and more per year depending on experience
Engineering - Technical
Type of job
Day shift, Monday to Friday
Do you aspire to join a world-renowned company that offers a stimulating and constantly evolving work environment? Our business partner, a unique organization, is looking for an Instrumentation and Process Control Engineer to take over within its team.
Recognized for its longevity, our client has established its reputation by maintaining low staff turnover, which demonstrates its commitment to its employees and the exceptional corporate culture it has created. Its core values, which include safety, respect, quality, teamwork, transparency, innovation and continuous improvement, are at the heart of its operations and global success.
The sought-after professional will play the role of expert in process instrumentation and control, actively contributing to existing process modernization projects and new initiatives. He will be responsible for the design and implementation of new processes and equipment within production.
Collaborate closely with technical employees and other engineers to design and implement new process control systems or improve existing systems.
Take responsibility for clarifying requirements and writing technical documents for all process control systems.
Identify process control elements, specify requirements for data collection and configure display to operation interfaces.
Analyze processes and define solutions to optimize operations and systems.
Provide technical support to production and design teams, and actively participate in the implementation of new systems.
Develop plans and specifications for the installations, while ensuring the management of the technical aspects of the installation work, from the preparation of the call for tenders to the supervision of the work, including the evaluation of tenders and the award of contracts.
Perform all other related tasks.
A competitive salary.
A registered group retirement savings plan.
4 weeks of annual leave.
Annual performance bonus.
Possibility of teleworking.
Reimbursement of professional contributions.
Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, process engineering or building engineering.
Member of the OIQ.
Minimum 5 years of experience in a similar position.
Mastery of the French language both orally and in writing.
Good knowledge of systems.
Good communication skills.
Ability to collaborate effectively in a team.
Ability to engage individuals in the search for solutions.