At EllisDon, we’re constantly pushing the limits of what we've done in the past - propelling ourselves toward bigger and better opportunities, while exploring new market sectors and services. So it only seems natural that we'd hire people who have their own voice and aren't afraid to use it. These are people who are simultaneously critical, creative and captivated by construction. They make our business their business, and follow a path that with continuous learning and an innovative spirit leads them to be recognized as leaders in the industry. We hire these types of people knowing they are as diverse as we are, and they come on board because they share our core values. Then we simply give them the freedom to take their career (and EllisDon) further.
Picture the Possibilities as a Mechanical & Electrical Coordinator
You come into work every day knowing that you are a key part of building new and exciting projects. It’s a lot of pressure sometimes, but you enjoy acting as the liaison between Mechanical and Electrical consultants and subcontractors on site. Your co-workers look to you for answers, and your manager gives you the freedom to excel. When you walk down the street, you look at major projects and think “I know how that came together”.
In the position of a Mechanical Coordinator, we would ask you to do the following:
- Plan, direct and coordinate all on-site mechanical activities to comply with specifications, requirements and codes; as well as coordinate all relevant drawings and information to eliminate interference problems
- Provide direction during functional performance testing of all mechanical and electrical systems
- Assist Project Managers and Superintendents in updating and achieving schedule requirements, mechanical RFI’s and shop drawings and administrate mechanical/electrical project completion requirements
Sounds challenging and exciting right? Here are a few of the attributes and experience you need to be successful in this position:
- You have a construction related degree/diploma and two years of mechanical and electrical construction experience or an equivalent combination of technical training and experience; experience in Food Processing Plants - Equipment and Services, would be considered an asset
- You have a working knowledge of mechanical and electrical engineering systems, principles and practices
- You have the ability to proactively identify and document any problems/conflicts and effectively manage and resolve them