Field Engineering Technologist

Job ID: 102489
Position Title: Field Engineering Technologist
Location: Vaughan
Compensation: TBD
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Job Description: Install and perform maintenance on flow monitoring equipment within sanitary sewers
Conduct tasks relating to inflow and infiltration field investigations including (but not limited to) fog tests, dye tests, manhole inspections and CCTV sewer inspections
Use power tools and follow basic construction practices (Using drills, using power saws, mixing cement, etc.)
Carry necessary equipment (< 60lbs) from office/storage to vehicle
Conduct work within sanitary/storm manholes in a safe, effective manner (according to Confined Space and Working at Heights regulations)
Understand and safely use equipment including (but not limited to) tripod with SRL, gas meter, smoke generating machines, diesel truck while pulling dye trailer, and water pumping equipment
Drive safely and follow road regulations as per MTO, particularly when driving to work sites located on city streets/highways
Understand and have a basic knowledge of safe practices and proper use of safety equipment when working in spaces that affect vehicular traffic (Traffic Control training)
Clean and complete basic maintenance (check tire pressure, fluid levels, etc.) and inspections (circle checks, fluid drip checks) on work vehicles as well as on safety equipment and hand/power tools
Thoroughly document site conditions and work being completed, and produce daily reports of inspections completed
Complete on-site clerical work including photographs, videos, and distribution of literature
Job Requirements: Post-secondary education in civil/mechanical engineering, water/wastewater technology, environmental technology, or related fields
Must be legally eligible to work in Canada
Must be willing to work in the field, and in adverse weather conditions
Must be comfortable working in confined spaces and sanitary sewers
Must have some construction experience working with hand/power tools, and possess a mechanical aptitude
Excellent technical problem-solving skills
Valid Ontario G driver’s license and access to a vehicle

Assets for Position

Confined Space Entry (CSE) certification
Traffic Control (Book 7) certification
Working at Heights certification
Standard First Aid certification
Work flexible shifts and adapt to changing work schedules (e.g., evenings, weekends, night shifts, extended hours, etc).
Follow all company safety and working procedures
Be willing to work in inclement weather conditions

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