A self-motivated Electrical Engineer Intern is required to work with a multi-disciplinary branch providing integrated project management, engineering, design and construction services for nuclear and non-nuclear facilities and R&D experiments at the CRL site. Under the general direction of the Branch Manager, the employee will contribute to the development of conceptual, preliminary and detailed designs of electrical power systems.
Design of retrofits and modifications to existing electrical engineering systems;
Design of electrical distribution systems, medium and low voltage (Class I through Class IV) power supply systems; alarm systems; lighting systems, etc.;
Specification of technical components for electrical systems;
Perform electrical power studies (e.g. load flow, short circuit, coordination and arc flash) using power studies software (preferably ETAP);
Preparation of design documentation including design plans, concept reports, design requirements, design descriptions, design manuals, design guides, technical specification and technical notes;
Preparation of project documents including customer proposals, work plans, schedules and estimates.
Engineering support during the construction, installation and commissioning project phases;
Providing subject matter expert review and acceptance of designs prepared by outside agencies;
Develop engineering specifications and standards facilitating a consistent design approach.
Bachelor (Honours) degree in electrical engineering from a university of recognized standing with a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience;
A member of a provincial professional engineering association or registered in PEO Engineer Internship Training Program;
Demonstrated knowledge of engineering codes and standards used in the design, construction, and commissioning of industrial facilities;
Ability to exercise sound judgment in technical matters, to routinely solve technical problems and to make recommendations;
Engineering oversight experience to various sizes of jobs is considered an asset;
Excellent oral and written English communication skills; previous experience making technical presentations to small and large audiences;
Demonstrated knowledge of CSA N286/N285 quality standards is preferable;
Excellent knowledge of CNL's engineering practices, organization and quality management program is preferable;
Experienced in performing electrical power studies using software such as ETAP;
Experienced in the maintenance of electrical systems or equipment; and
Ability to work effectively in a multidisciplinary team and interact with staff at various levels of the organization.