Industrial Engineer

Stantec   •  

Waterloo, ON

Industry: Technology


8 - 10 years

Posted 92 days ago

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Our Buildings practice keeps people at its heart, recognizing that our shared journey forward is shaped by the meaningful and responsive places we design. From iconic designs to monumental groundbreakings, join us to bring transformational building solutions to life. Every day we apply our expertise, creativity, and passion to propel communities into the future— join us!

Stantec’s Industrial Buildings Team offers services for all phases of the project life cycle, from pre-project planning through to detailed design for engineer analysis studies, and construction documents for capital investment projects. This is where great ideas and rewarding careers are built. Exercising creativity and ingenuity, our team develops unique solutions for our clients that integrate people, materials, equipment and information in productive ways. Our professionals deliver convenient, integrated, and practical solutions to complex industrial problems. Comprised of industry process experts, engineers, architects, as well as occupational health and safety professionals, we provide career opportunities as unique as you are.

Stantec utilizes a team approach to the work – a team made up of the client, operators, stakeholders, and Stantec – where information and ideas are shared and decisions and direction are effectively communicated. This approach leverages the collective experience and expertise of the team to create robust solutions for our clients. Our clients come from manufacturing, food & beverage, transit, municipal, and national defense sectors. Some of our projects include: aircraft hangars, food processing, warehousing and distribution centres, vehicle maintenance facilities, component manufacturing and assembly facilities, office buildings and other light industrial projects.

Your Opportunity

We have a new opportunity for a Intermediate/Senior Industrial Engineer. This is an excellent opportunity for an Industrial Engineer who has an interest in business planning and implementation, developing client relationships, and designing light industrial facilities. Design work primarily involves functional planning, work flow and facility optimization, and facility layout.

Your Key Responsibilities

  • Multi-discipline design management of large, complex industrial facilities projects

  • Functional planning of industrial facilities including needs assessment, master planning, facility optimization and work flow optimization

  • Developing, tracking, updating, forecasting and modifying project schedules and budgets throughout all project phases.

  • Working with an integrated project delivery team which includes Industrial, Civil, Structural, Electrical, Mechanical and Process Engineers and Architects.

  • Business development and client relationship management

  • Development and implementation of sector strategic business plan(s).

  • Partnering with other business lines to explore opportunities and deliver projects

  • Coaching and supervising junior-level Engineers and EIT’s.

  • Our team demonstrates a commitment to thrive in a team-oriented, proactive organization where client service is of highest priority.

Your Capabilities and Credentials

  • Familiarity with integrated, collaborative industrial facility design processes.

  • Experience in multiple project delivery methods including design/build, integrated project delivery, P3, etc. is an asset.

  • Highly effective interpersonal communication skills and people management abilities.

  • Excellent ability to write clear and articulate reports.

  • Experience in discrete event simulation analysis is an asset.

  • Some project management and/or LEED® experience is an asset.

  • Professionally accredited degree in Engineering in support of a professional license is required.

Education and Experience

Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering with at least eight (8) years of experience in industrial facility planning, design and/or design management, preferably using Lean/IE principles or equivalent education and/or experience. LEED Green Associate or LEED AP, or other energy/sustainability credentials desirable. Registration or credentials to register as an Engineer in Ontario is required. Must be able to travel out of town for multiple days and must have a valid driver’s license.

Typical office environment working with computers and remaining sedentary for long periods of time. Field work may include exposure to the elements including inclement weather.