Every power project is a community project—whether it’s a gas plant conversion, a transmission line corridor, or a wind development. Our goal is to improve industrial, business, and local communities through our project work. We see beyond the project at hand to where our work fits in the big picture. Join a team that does more than generate and deliver electricity through its work; join a team that powers growth and advances communities.
Stantec's Power group is currently seeking a Manager of Engineering in our Portland, Oregon office.
The Manager of Engineering (MoE) is a Business Center (BC) position that is expected to provide leadership for all Power engineering staff within Stantec to ensure high quality and cost competitive engineering services. The MoE should understand the breadth of services offered by the BC, the discipline makeup, skill level, and experience of the engineering staff, and actively participate in planning and executing the BC workload. The candidate should have a detailed and thorough understanding of substation design and T&D operations, preferably with a wide range of experience including electric utilities, industrial facilities, and renewables applications.
The MoE may also be identified as the BC Discipline Leader (BCDL) and as such be responsible to work with other BCDLs to develop and maintain engineering and technical standards and procedures. He/she will ensure the engineering staff follows these documents when performing their work.
The MoE shall operate with significant independence from Sector Leaders (SL) / Subsector Leaders (SSL) / Managing Leaders to ensure compliance with established requirements and operating procedures is prioritized.
The MoE shall require minimal supervision and will meet regularly with the Power DL and the BCML.
Performs all duties in accordance with Power technical and quality standards, practices and procedures.
Minimum Job Requirements
Registration: Registered Professional Engineer, preferably in OR, WA, and CA
Experience: At least fifteen to twenty (15-20+) years of experience in the field of substation design, transmission and distribution (T&D), or protection and controls for T&D. Candidate must possess a thorough understanding of power systems design and distribution. Progressive responsibility managing large design projects and engineering design teams is critical. Experience in a consulting role is desired.
Organizes data and processes effectively.
Ability to effectively build, lead and motivate a team.
Experience in related industry projects, design codes, and standards.
Ability to successfully resolve conflicts.
Exemplify a professional attitude and demeanor.
Knowledge of systems (Microsoft Office)
The Manager of Engineering reports directly either to the BCML or to the Power Discipline Leader.
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