Aegion Corporation Corrosion Engineers (EIT) in Fort St.John, British Columbia
Corrpro Canada is looking for Corrosion Engineers in Training (EITs) to join our team in Fort St. John, BC .
Corrpro Canada, an Aegion Company, is Canada's largest corrosion engineering, cathodic protection, and corrosion monitoring business for the protection and preservation of infrastructure. Corrpro provides professional corrosion consulting and cathodic protection engineering services to major oil companies, government agencies, municipal water, sewer and gas utilities, universities, and public transportation agencies. Corrpro has complete construction installation services, including crews and equipment to install any type of cathodic protection system for any type of structure.
As an EIT with Corrpro Canada, you will gain knowledge and experience in a niche industry through a mix of field and office work. This experience will open up the doors for the many different career opportunities that Corrpro Canada has to offer you!
Conduct various field tests to gather data for evaluation purposes
Complete minor repairs as required
Monitor construction activities for adherence to design specifications under supervision of senior engineer
Conduct post-installation surveys, complete interference testing and energize rectifier systems
Organize and reduce data gathered, prepare charts and tables
Assemble field data for preparation of final client report including service recommendations
Diagnose and recommend remedies for system difficulties observed during survey operations
Recommend modifications to senior personnel for approval
Assist senior personnel in the preparation of survey and design reports and final job reports
Provide maintenance of field test equipment, ensure good operation condition and render minor repairs
Correspond and verbally communicate in a professional manner with customers
Represent Corrpro in a professional manner, with a high degree of respect for all existing and potential customers
Bachelor of Science in Engineering; preferred Materials, Metallurgical, or Electrical Engineering
EIT status preferred
NACE CP1 certification or exposure to cathodic protection considered an asset
Previous field work experience considered an asset
Proficiency with computer software tools (Microsoft Word and Excel)
Able to travel and work overtime on an as needed basis
Able to lift up to 50 pounds
Class 5 driver's license (non-GDL) or equivalent, with acceptable driving record
Successful completion of pre-employment drug and medical testing
Other assets include: experience operating quads and snowmobiles, and safety tickets such as First Aid, CSTS, H2S, WHMIS
Legally eligible to work in Canada.
Competitive Salary | Full Benefits Package | RRSP Matching Program
Vacation & Holiday Time | Training & Development