Worley

Graduate Mechanical Engineer - VAN00EM

Apr 19, 2024
Competitive salary
Vancouver, British Columbia
Early Career, Full Time

Building on our past. Ready for the future

Worley is a global professional services company of energy, chemicals and resources experts headquartered in Australia.

Right now, we’re bridging two worlds as we accelerate to more sustainable energy sources, while helping our customers provide the energy, chemicals, and resources that society needs now.

We partner with our customers to deliver projects and create value over the life of their portfolio of assets. We solve complex problems by finding integrated data-centric solutions from the first stages of consulting and engineering to installation and commissioning, to the last stages of decommissioning and remediation. Join us and help drive innovation and sustainability in our projects. 

Chemetics Inc. (Worley Group) is a diversified technology company that provides design and engineering solutions to the chloralkaline, sodium chlorate, chlorine dioxide, and sulphuric acid industries worldwide.  It is a Company with a 60-year history in Vancouver with diverse cultures, talents, and highly skilled professionals. We are in the Broadway Technology Centre, an award-winning office complex which is easily accessible by sky train or major highway.  It is an exciting work environment with interesting and challenging projects, attractive compensation, opportunity for global travel and flexible work arrangements.

 

Purpose:

We are currently recruiting for a Graduate Mechanical Engineer. Our team includes world class experts and dynamic go-getters. The Graduate Mechanical Engineer is a full-time position based in Vancouver, BC.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare detailed designs and drawings, specifications, data and calculations.
  • Perform equipment sizing, development of datasheets and specifications, evaluation for purchase, vendor drawing review, material/quantity take-offs, and code review.
  • Communicate effectively with the other team members.
  • Availability to work as a full-time position in Vancouver, B.C. Canada.

What you will bring

Technical/Industry Experience and Qualifications Requirements: 

  • 2-3 years’ experience in the industry.
  • Knowledge of one of:
    • specification, bid evaluation and vendor document review of rotating and packaged mechanical equipment
    • design and analysis of pressure vessels
    • piping specification and analysis 
  • Knowledge of chemical process facilities.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Education – Qualifications, Accreditation, Training:

Required:

  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering.
  • Registered as a P.Eng or as an EIT with Engineers & Geoscientists British Columbia and able to attain P.Eng designation within 2 years.

 For applicants based in the province of British Columbia, the salary range is CAD $53,000 to $82,000.

Application of the pay band: Variation in salary is determined by factors such as the candidate’s qualifications, relevant years of experience, geographic location, internal pay equity, and prevailing market conditions for the specific role.

 

Please note: No agency representation or submissions will be recognized for this vacancy.

 

Moving forward together

We want our people to be energized and empowered to drive sustainable impact. So, our focus is on a values-inspired culture that unlocks brilliance through belonging, connection, and innovation.

We’re building a diverse, inclusive, and respectful workplace. Creating a space where everyone feels they belong, can be themselves, and are heard.

And we're not just talking about it; we're doing it. We're reskilling our people, leveraging transferable skills, and supporting the transition of our workforce to become experts in today's low carbon energy infrastructure and technology.

Whatever your ambition, there’s a path for you here. And there’s no barrier to your potential career success. Join us to broaden your horizons, explore diverse opportunities, and be part of delivering sustainable change.

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