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Electrical Engineer (Instrumentation & Control)

Job title: Electrical Engineer (Instrumentation & Control)
City: Blainville
State: Quebec
Country: Canada
Status: Permanent
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Job Overview:

Engineering Manager

Responsible for programming programmable controllers and support for the start-up of Xebec products, including biogas plants.


  • Responsible for the activities surrounding the electrical design of Xebec products (natural gas dryer, compressed air, PSA and for biogas plants);

  • Carry out and approve the electrical designs of the different projects;

  • Carry out and approve the technical writing of the working documents;

  • Carry out and approve the drafting of the component specifications;

  • Participate in cost reduction efforts;

  • Provide technical support to other departments

  • Responsible for the CSA approval of all new electrical works;

  • Coordinate and support the conduct of the Electrical assembly and the factory start-up tests (electrical, instrumentation and PLC programming) for the equipment manufactured at our Blainville plant and for the processing systems of Industrial gases delivered in Canada or abroad;

Job Requirements:


  • Undergraduate degree in electrical Engineering or related discipline (GPA);

  • Member of the “ Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec”

  • Minimum Five (5) years of experience in a similar position or in project design and execution;

  • Testing and field start experience (asset);

  • Very good knowledge of process control systems and apparatus;

  • Knowledge of established electrical standards (essential);

  • Knowledge in process equipment, pressure, temperature transmitter, P&ID control and motor control by VFD (essential);

  • Knowledge of EPlan, Autocad and MS Visio software (considerable asset);

  • Knowledge of PLC brand Allen Bradley families 5000 and 500 (asset);

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office software (essential)

  • Bilingual (English and French);

  • Must have a professional attitude oriented towards efficiency and results;

  • Ability to work on several projects simultaneously within tight deadlines and different project complexities;

  • Demonstrate an excellent ability to communicate in writing and verbally;

  • Previous experience on the field (an asset).

Travel for periods of one to three weeks, once or twice a year in North America and internationally
(Must have a valid passport or the possibility of obtaining one).