MBC Group is rapidly growing! As a result, we are seeking a Civil Technologist in Regina, Saskatchewan. If you are a self-starter and creative thinker - we want you on our team!
About MBC Group
MBC Group is a leading multi-disciplinary Engineering firm which offers a diverse suite of services including Structural, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Cost Consulting, Project Management, Laboratory Analysis, and Environmental Consulting services. At our core, we are innovators. On projects, we bring clients a full portfolio of in-house resources and approaches that enhance value by reducing their bottom line and maximizing efficiency. In the broader industry, we bring integrated solutions that have Canadian economy and sustainability in mind.
MBC Group is growing fast; our future is bright, and we believe the creativity and expertise of our team members is the path to get us there. We are looking for enthusiastic and driven problem-solvers to provide first-rate solutions for our clients. If you want a change – MBC Group offers a challenging, fast-paced environment where you will work on exciting projects while fostering your professional growth.
What you will do
Support Civil Engineers and Project Managers with field surveys, design calculations, drawing preparation and modeling with municipal projects including roadways, drainage, earthworks, water and sewage works, storm water and wastewater collection systems related infrastructure.
Deliver conceptual and preliminary engineering through planning, assessments, investigations, and analysis.
Perform detailed design work through detailed calculations, use of design software, selection of materials and equipment, preparation of reports, and assisting in the production of construction drawings and plans.
Prepare contract documents including tendering instructions, agreements, specifications, and associated drawings. Management of scope, schedule and budget for assigned projects.
Stakeholder management including client relations, and coordination with regulators and other third parties.
Conduct project and site reviews.
What you will bring
A diploma in Civil Engineering Technology, a related discipline, or similar program that is eligible for registration with SASTT.
Minimum of two years of engineering experience in a similar industry or role with direct experience in the design and construction of water and wastewater facilities, drainage, roadway construction, or subdivision development.
In-depth knowledge of survey practices and procedures. Experience in construction layout survey and topographic survey would be an asset.
Experience with Civil3D design software, specifically surface and corridor modeling, and exporting of design elements for use with Trimble survey equipment.
Knowledge of local conditions, policies and procedures, and codes and standards a requirement.
What we offer
Exciting and challenging work
Opportunity to learn and grow in a collaborative environment
Competitive salary and employer-paid Health, Dental & Insurance benefits
Great people to work with
Training and Development opportunities
We invite applicants to submit a resume. If you meet our qualifications, we’ll be contacting you!