Junior Marine Structural
City : Vancouver, BC
Category : T&I - Transportation Systems
Industry : Engineering
Employer : WSP
VANCOUVER, MONTREAL, TORONTO,
- We value and are committed to upholding a culture of Inclusion and Belonging
- Our Flexible Work Policy – we recognize the importance of balance in our lives and encourage you to prioritize the balance in yours. We will support you on and off the job so you can be fully present in both your work and home lives.
- Our Hybrid Work Policy - a combination of in-person and remote working, enables us to purposefully think of how we work, who we need to work with, and where the work should be done.
- A Canadian success story - we're proud to wear the red and white of this beautiful country and show the world what Canada has to offer.
- Enhance the world around you - from the environment to the highways, to the buildings and the terrain, WSP is the fabric of Canada.
- Outstanding career opportunities - we're growing and pushing ourselves every day to be greater than yesterday - we're open to your ideas and trying new things.
- A phenomenal collaborative culture and a workforce filled with genuinely good people who are doing humbly important work. Come find out for yourself what it's like to be a part of our journey.
We offer attractive pay, flexible work options, a great corporate culture, comprehensive and employee-focused benefits including virtual healthcare and a wellness platform as well as great savings programs, and a clear vision for the future.
A day in the life:
- Assist with project-related tasks including field work, inspections of structures, structural design, civil and structural construction supervision, report writing and
- Assist with preparation of technical documents (e.g. reports, drawings, specifications) documenting engineering and environmental investigations, results, and analyses;
- Under the direction of senior staff, implement state-of-the-art coastal engineering methods to address problems related to natural coastal hazards (e.g. flooding, erosion, sedimentation) and human interactions (e.g. spills, coastal structures, dredging and beneficial use, materials management) in the context of climate change and variability;
- Conduct field work involving site visits, data collection and condition inspection of coastal and harbour structures;
- Complete coastal engineering calculations and analyses in support of planning and design of traditional coastal protection structures and nature-based solutions, port and harbour facilities, municipal and transportation infrastructure;
- Engage and interact with other team members in a multi-disciplinary team.
What you'll bring to WSP ...
- University degree in civil or structural engineering;
- An interest in marine structures and ports;
- Professional registration as an Engineer-in-Training in Canada or proven eligibility for Professional registration;
- Consulting work experience in civil structural or port engineering an asset;
- Proven experience in common engineering software such as AutoCAD and common structural analysis software;
- Proven experience in structural engineering calculations and analyses;