The Civil/Environmental Designer will be performing diversified civil engineering work under the direct supervision of a senior civil engineer. The work includes engineering design of highways, freeways, and local streets, based on national and local design criteria and codes. The designer will be joining our talented team in Sudbury. The candidate must be able to work within a team environment and have good communication skills.
Duties and responsibilities
The candidate is responsible for the following:
- Assists in developing civil design of multi-modal transportation, land development, and infrastructure projects
- Assists in conducting traffic forecasting, analysis, and operations plans
- Assists in developing and managing the planning, conceptual design, preliminary engineering, traffic analysis, travel demand modeling, project development, and environmental review of multi-modal transportation projects
- Assists in performing technical analyses and reviews of infrastructure projects
- Assists in managing day-to-day activities of the project including interagency coordination, public participation, technical review, and other related activities
- Assists in project management functions to ensure projects meet the defined schedules, cost estimates, and performance/technical measures and specifications
Knowledge and skills
- Basic knowledge of AutoCADD or MicroStation, and GIS
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Basic knowledge of MS Word, Powerpoint, Excel
- Undergraduate or graduate degree in engineering, preferably in civil, transportation, or environmental engineering
Career-Launcher Internships are funded by the Government of Canada under the Youth Employment Strategy. For program criteria information visit their website.
Qualified interns are:
- Post-secondary students and graduates
- No more than 30 years of age at the start of the internship
- Canadian citizens, permanent residents or persons granted refugee status in Canada*
- Legally allowed to work according to the relevant provincial and Canadian legislation and regulations
- Available to work for at least six months
- Not previous participants of a federal youth employment program
- Not employees of the hiring employer prior to the start of their internship (does not apply to previous coop students or student interns)
*Refugee protection must be conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. Persons awaiting refugee status, as well as those who hold a temporary visitor visa, student visa or work visa, are ineligible to participate in a Youth Employment Strategy initiative.