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Mechanical Engineering Technologist




Can Ecosse Engineering Inc. is a multidisciplinary engineering company that specializes in all areas related to technical design and advisory, project management construction and commissioning services of power generation, cogeneration and utility projects. We serve independent power producers, electric utilities, industrial & institutional users and jurisdictional groups. The company’s primary fields are in:


  • Steam plants employing both industrial package and field erected boilers.

  • Heat recovery steam generators (HRSG) and exchangers

  • Cogeneration systems (GTs, reciprocating engines, waste heat recovery)

  • Industrial HVAC systems.

  • Service and Instrument air systems.

  • Cooling systems.

  • Fuel transfer and distribution.

  • Switchgear and Motor Control Centres (MCC).

  • Electrical substations.


Mechanical Technologist Profile


Based in St. Catharines, Ontario, the candidate will be responsible for the development and loayout of mechanical equipment and piping systems associated with steam plants, thermal power plants, cogeneration facilities and large HVAC systems. The preferred candidate will have experience in the construction and maintenance requirements of these facilities.  Key elements of the position include:


  • Diploma in Mechanical Technology.

  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in industrial engineering.

  • At least 5 years of experience in Canadian Power Generation Industry.

  • Good knowledge of Thermal, Cogeneration and Renewable Power Generation.

  • Licenced CET in Ontario or equivalent.

  • Responsible for the mechanical design and layout of components and systems associated with power generation projects

  • Familiar with Codes and Standards of Power Generation

  • Proficient in AudoCad. Experience in 3D CADD techniques would be an asset.

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Comprehensive working knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint).

  • Working knowledge of Ceasar II Pipe Stress Analysis would be a benefit.

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