Mechanical Engineer (EIT)
Gain valuable experience to further your engineering career
If you're a recent mechanical engineering graduate looking for the chance to grow your expertise with an industry leader, this may be the role for you. In this full-time, entry-level position, you will apply your technical know-how and troubleshooting skills to support turnaround planning and execution at our natural gas processing plants in Northern BC.
Working on a 1-year rotation cycle between our Pine River Gas Plant in Chetwynd, our Fort Nelson Gas Plant and our McMahon Gas Plant in Fort St. John, you’ll work alongside senior multi-disciplinary engineering teams to inspect equipment and develop scope for found work.
As a Mechanical Engineer-in-Training, you will also:
Bring your mechanical engineering degree, a valid BC driver’s licence and your great communication skills. Engineering co-op experience in the oil & gas, pulp and paper or chemical processing industries, along with strong mechanical aptitude, computer proficiency and solid problem-solving skills would further support your application.
Start each day with a sense of purpose. End each day safely with a sense of accomplishment. That’s the kind of outlook we are striving to achieve for our employees at Spectra Energy. We value diversity and inclusion, openness and teamwork. Ours is a high-performance culture where you’re encouraged to stretch your capabilities and exercise creativity in effecting change and shaping the future.
Spectra Energy is one of North America’s premier pipeline and midstream companies. Our approach extends beyond our offices and facilities into our neighbourhoods, towns and cities—through community and economic development partnerships, we cultivate talent and grow leadership.
Outdoor adventure awaits amidst the Rocky Mountain foothills, crystal-clear lakes and boreal forests around Chetwynd, BC, which also boats a well-designed trail system that's perfect for hiking and mountain biking. To learn more, visit www.gochetwynd.com.
A service hub for the northern Rockies region, Fort Nelson enjoys warm, sunny summers and crisp winter days, allowing ample opportunity to enjoy the area's abundant wildlife, outdoor recreation and breathtaking vistas. For community information, visit www.fortnelsonbc.com.
Located in the heart of the majestic Peace River country, the vibrant, friendly city of Fort St. John is a major service hub for Northern BC and has great amenities for outdoor enthusiasts, offering nearby snowboarding, hiking, boating, hunting and fishing along with excellent indoor sports facilities. Visit www.fortstjohn.ca for more details.
For more information on this Mechanical Engineer-in-Training II role, and to apply online by June 27, 2013, please visit:
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We thank you for your interest. Please note that only those shortlisted will be contacted.