ParklandGEO is an
association of independently owned and operated engineering consulting firms
established in Red Deer, Alberta in 2000. The ParklandGEO Group has offices in
nine centers in Alberta and Saskatchewan: Fort McMurray, Red Deer, Calgary,
Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Estevan, Grande Prairie, Peace River and Sherwood
Park. We are a team of highly motivated and hardworking professionals committed
to delivering high quality services. Initiative, enthusiasm, commitment to
technical excellence, and the desire to rise to the challenge are important attributes
to succeed as part of our team.
has an immediate position available in the Grande Prairie and Calgary offices for Intermediate Geotechnical
Engineers. The ideal candidates will have more than 6 years of civil
engineering experience in Canada. These positions report to the Principal
Geotechnical Engineer / Owner at the Red Deer head office. If you meet the
level of experience and qualifications outlined in this posting you are welcome
to apply to be part of our dynamic group of engineers.
is in business to provide the highest quality of engineering services to clients
in our service areas: routine and advanced construction QA/QC including PDA and pile
load testing; soil and aggregate testing, Materials Engineering:
materials testing (concrete, asphalt and soil); construction monitoring,
Environmental Site Assessments; environmental consulting, remediation and
project management; soil and groundwater remediation.
Consideration will be given to applicants with:
- Graduate from a recognized Canadian
university with a focus on civil engineering.
- Preference given to Canadian graduates
with a focus on geotechnical or materials engineering.
advanced degrees are welcome.
- Current APEGA
membership as a Professional Engineer (P.Eng. designation) or
eligible to apply and immediately attain membership.
- More than six
years of geotechnical consulting experience in Canada.
- Experience in
materials testing would be an asset.
- A strong
background in foundation engineering, earth structures and slope
- Knowledge of
current professional practices and technological advancements in geotechnical engineering.
- Preference given to applicants who can
demonstrate an understanding of soils engineering, materials engineering,
slope assessments, and environmental investigations.
- A solid grasp of the English written and
spoken language and can demonstrate excellent comprehension.
- Flexibility to travel and work away from
home to meet the needs of our clients.
knowledge of Canadian Engineering Standards and Codes applicable for
working in Alberta and other parts of Canada.
- Effective people
skills with a proven ability to manage clients and technical staff.
- Current in related construction safety
tickets including CSTS, H2S, First Aid, WHMIS 2015.
- Valid Alberta Driver’s license, insurable,
and able to provide a 10 year driving abstract.
- Manage and support a wide variety of
geotechnical, materials, and environmental projects.
- Undertake detailed analysis and design
- Examine test samples, read blueprints, schematics, diagrams, measuring instruments, and follow operational instructions.
- Ensure geotechnical investigations and
reports are completed as requested by senior engineers.
- Complete assignments in a timely manner
meeting business deadlines.
- Evaluate and review test and construction
data and report findings to engineers and laboratory team
- Be an analytical thinker, anticipate,
troubleshoot and solve problems as they arise.
- Adhere to all health and safety legislation
including reporting procedures on a daily basis
- Mentor and develop
junior engineers and summer students or interns.
- Work in a professional business manner
including language, deportment, and dress.
- Be a company ambassador in dealings with
clients, vendors and third party contractors.
- Project management
of major geotechnical projects and coordinate smaller projects.
- Technical review
and oversight of activities including field exploration, laboratory
analysis, reporting, field monitoring and testing.
geotechnical analysis and design tasks.
- Prepare and review proposals, and field and technical reports.
- Business development with new and existing
clients in Calgary and the southern Alberta region.
- Converse easily with management,
co-workers, contractors and subcontractors.
- Responsible role model who leads by
example when mentoring staff. Perform co-duties with project managers in
a variety of pile analysis testing (PDA, PIT, CSL, TIP, static load tests).
- Preach and practice industry principles,
procedures and practices of geotechnical consulting.
- Working knowledge of the instruments and apparatus used in the course of your duties and perform routine maintenance on test equipment.
At ParklandGEO people come first. We make significant investments in our people, which is why we take great care to hire only those who we believe will thrive in the consulting services industry over the long term. We've developed a unique corporate culture that sets us apart from the rest and provides:
- Challenging and interesting work.
- Collaborative, team based approach.
- Ongoing career growth and development.
- A positive, flexible and supportive work atmosphere .
How to Apply
Compensation will commensurate with successful candidate's experience based on the most recent applicable APEGA salary survey. If you meet the criteria, please submit your current resume in confidence online or by emailing your resume to Human Resources or email@example.com using MS Word or a PDF format listing education, related skill set, and current safety tickets. Please reference the job number and where you saw the job posting in your cover letter.
ParklandGEO has offices in Grand Prairie, Edmonton/Sherwood Park, Red Deer, Calgary, Peace River, Fort McMurray, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, and Estevan with potential future job openings.
No telephone inquiries please. ParklandGEO would like to thank you all for your interest in working with our company, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.