Stantec Industrial Water Process Mechanical Discipline Lead in United States
Industrial Water Process Mechanical Discipline Lead - ( 210002T8 )
Our Water sector, which brings together many of the world’s top engineers and scientists, sees industrial water a bit differently—as a single holistic system rather than as unconnected networks divided by jurisdictional boundaries. We use this perspective to help our clients tap into water’s potential. Throughout the life cycle of capture, use, reuse, and discharge, our team optimizes every facet of a water system. Whether a project calls for planners, designers, construction managers, or facility operators, we have the right experts to provide creative, yet practical solutions. By 2025 we’re hiring 2,000 people (like you) to join our team. Grow with us, H2O+U.
Discipline Leaders hold a unique position in our water group, their role is to guide our engineering disciplines in the advancement of skills, innovation, and quality as it relates to the delivery of our work. They facilitate our communities of global and national level engineering discipline leads ensuring workflows leverage the right level of expertise and always mitigate risk. The management and governance of engineering technical data and standards is at the core of the role, always fostering a culture of quality.
The Industrial Process Mechanical discipline provides an overarching structure and organization within the Water Business Line for practitioners of industrial instrumentation, controls and automation engineering and associated services. The Discipline seeks to intelligently utilize natural processes to solve complex problems facing the communities we serve.
The Industrial Process Mechanical discipline supports the Water Business Line (practice and delivery) as well as other business lines by providing technical leadership and specialized project delivery services related to the evaluation, planning, design, construction, and management of Process Mechanical systems, including:
Check or supervise teams delivering industrial process mechanical designs.
Knowledge of industrial process mechanical systems.
Assist in the development and update of department standards and procedures.
Develop and build Client relations.
Provide guidance/supervision to other engineers and function as a mentor to less experienced engineers.
Develop training material and conduct technical seminars.
Act as liaison with the other engineering disciplines; specifically Piping Design, Structural, Control Systems, Process Engineering and Construction.
Travel, as required, to ensure the successful execution of projects.
The market focus for the Industrial Process Mechanical discipline is primarily private sector and industrial clients. The Industrial Process Mechanical Water Delivery Group also supports other business lines, principally, mining, power, oil, and gas.
Your Key Responsibilities
The Discipline Lead implements the vision of the Industrial Water Sector and works collaboratively with the Sector Leadership, Water Delivery Group and Business Line in allocating the right resources, and mapping teams to appropriate skills and advancement and executing projects.
The Discipline Lead’s responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Quality & innovation:
Set and provide oversight of discipline-specific professional standards and quality assurance practices for deliverables management.
Monitor compliance with our independent and peer reviewer design delivery frameworks to ensure the discipline-specific resources are allocated early on in pursuit and project planning and scoping and hold appropriate levels of expertise.
Control the suite of applications used by the discipline (e.g., design tools, software applications) and co-ordinate advancement and learning around the futureproofing of the engineering teams as they pursue Digital (BIM enabled) Delivery.
Reviews, approves, and drives compliance with standard processes for delivering engineering design work.
Identify opportunities to differentiate the Industrial PROCESS MECHANICAL discipline group through showcasing advancement.
Control the collation of Intellectual Property data and the implementation of a comprehensive knowledge sharing platform.
Facilitate the capture and communication of lessons learned at project close out or through project feedback.
Maintain best practice guides and has overall responsibility for development of centralized resources for standards (guide specifications and standard details) as they apply to the discipline-specific engineering group.
Coordinate software disciplines-specific software licensing in collaboration with IT and with partner business lines (where applicable).
Project Management & Execution:
Execute projects as either a discipline lead, Project Discipline Lead, Project Manager and/or in a senior technical capacity on significant projects in the region, or corporately.
Collaborate with other Regions to promote work sharing and the import and export of personnel as required to successfully deliver projects throughout the business.
Ensure participation in project risk scoping and appropriate ownership of technical lessons learnt at project close out.
Delegate tasks under the Discipline Lead’s responsibility to staff qualified to assist completion of these efforts.
Health & Safety:
- Organize technical learning as it relates to Stantec’s Health and Safety Framework” and instill a culture of delivery efficiency through the application of the framework.
Maintain a culture of learning and collaboration across the Industrial Process Mechanical discipline group in a drive for quality and consistency across the engineering pool.
Actively maintain internal and external networks to provide mentoring and coaching opportunities for team members.
Ensure career paths are managed and monitored to highlight progress of staff as we look at both succession planning and opportunities.
Business Development & Collaboration:
Map engineering groups to visual “heat maps” highlighting capacity, capability, and skills as they relate to regional groups.
Coordinate the implementation of appropriate Industrial Process Mechanical discipline-specific communities of practice and ensure the teams are engaged and planning around key platforms and areas of expertise.
Market Industrial Process Mechanical discipline-specific design and technical capabilities.
Pursue and lead significant projects within the Process Mechanical discipline
Maintain and enhance Stantec’s reputation with clients, approval agencies and industry professionals as an outstanding service provider.
Participate and volunteer in national standards communities and organizations.
- Consistently achieve the approved metric for client billable time; expected to be at or near 80%.
Your Capabilities and Credentials
The successful candidate will possess the following:
Results-oriented individual who excels in a multi-disciplinary environment.
Strong project planning and delivery experience.
An appreciation of Project Frameworks, policies and procedures, professional standards, quality program and health & safety policies.
Strong leadership, management, communication, and team building skills are essential.
Skills and knowledge to create, suggest and introduce innovative and effective client solutions and integrated deliverables that are aligned with the business objectives.
Proven experience in building rapport and trust.
Desire to succeed, be enthusiastic, and possess a high degree of integrity.
Superior and demonstrated communication, verbal, and written skills.
Ability to travel.
Education and Experience
A skill set that positions them at the highest technical level of their engineering field.
A master’s degree in science or engineering is strongly recommended, however a bachelor’s degree may be sufficient should the candidate possess a strong skill set and appropriate professional accreditation (PE., or P.Eng.).
Minimum of 15 years of relevant experience with a background in engineering consulting, preferably in the Industrial Water Sector, however experience with Power, Oil & Gas, and other industrial sector clients will also be considered.
Typical office environment working with computers and working at a desk for long periods of time. Field work may include exposure to the elements including inclement weather.
This description is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that may be required of the employee and other duties, responsibilities and activities may be assigned or may be changed at any time with or without notice.
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Primary Location : United States-Texas-Houston
Other Locations : United States, United States-Virginia-Richmond, United States-North Carolina-Charlotte, United States-Tennessee-Nashville, United States-Kentucky-Lexington, United States-Georgia-Atlanta, United States-Tennessee-Chattanooga
Job : Process Engineer
Organization : BC-2243 Water-Delivery-US
Employee Status : Regular
Job Level : Manager
Travel : Yes, 10 % of the Time
Schedule : Full-time
Job Posting : Nov 12, 2021, 2:31:28 PM
Req ID: 210002T8
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