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Dynamo Electric is one of Saskatchewan's largest and fastest growing diversified electrical services company offering electrical and process control engineering, technical field services, electrical construction and steel fabrication.


Dynamo Electric offers competitive salaries and an extensive benefits package including:  3 weeks vacation; Extensive Life, Health & Dental program plus an additional $500/year Health Care Spending Account; RRSP matching program; Christmas office closure; 5 year service bonus 1 week (5 paid days) after the 5th year of service.

Do you like what you see at Dynamo Electric? Are you a team player committed to solving challenging problems, customer satisfaction, professional development and a job well done? Challenge yourself today in an environment that rewards innovation and hard work while offering wide opportunities for growth and advancement.  Want to know more?

If you have the right attitude, skills, and training you could be part of one of the fastest growing leaders in a diverse industry.  If you are interested in putting your skills and knowledge to work, and having fun while doing so, please submit your resume below:

SUBMIT RESUME OR INQUIRIES TO mailbox@dynamoelectric.ca

 

Career Opportunities

 

Industrial Apprentice Electrician

Regina, Saskatchewan

Dynamo Electric is one of Saskatchewan’s fastest growing and most specialized electrical service providers – providing engineering, design-build construction, testing and electrical maintenance for utilities and industrial clients.

We are looking for an Industrial Apprentice Electrician in Regina, with minimum 1 - 3 years’ experience preferably with industrial experience to provide support to the electrical service aspects of our business. 

Responsibilities:

By joining our team, your duties will be focused primarily on the technical side of electrical installation and will include, but are not limited to:
  • High voltage terminations;
  • PLC & control wiring;
  • Power distribution and generation.
  • Cable tray and raceway installation
  • Power and control cable installation and termination.
  • Lighting and fire alarm installation.
Qualifications:
  • Minimum 1 - 3 year's Apprentice Electrician Experience. 
  • Current Valid Driver’s Licence & Driver’s Abstract required.
  • Ability to thrive in a minimal supervision environment
  • Ability to pay careful attention to detail.
  • Motivated self-starter.
  • Ability to multi-task and work under pressure with tight time constraints.
  • Ability to work as a team player and follow our safety management system.
  • The willingness to continuously further their skills and abilities.
  • Preference will be given to candidates with Bobcat and Mini-Excavator experience.
  • Industrial experience an asset.
  • Physically fit to lift and move heavy items up to 50 lbs.
  • Repetitive tasks which may require pushing, pulling, lifting, bending, stooping, & twisting;
  • Ability to tolerate varying conditions of noise, temperature, and air quality;
  • May involve overhead work and heights.
  • Physical fitness test and drug and alcohol test will be required.
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Electrical Engineering Technologist

Regina, Saskatchewan

One of Western Canada's fastest growing engineering, construction and technical service companies is seeking an experienced Electrical Engineering Technologist or Electrical Engineer to provide technical support for the field service and engineering aspects of our business.

As a leader in providing design-build projects, maintenance services and technical solutions for industrial and utility clients in Western Canada, our goal is to build strong working relationships with key clients through providing a high level of customer service.  

Joining our technical team will mean taking a visible role with new and existing clients.  You will also support the engineering and electrical construction elements of our organization.  This may involve, in-house design and study functions, as well as field-orientated project construction, commissioning, preventative maintenance and testing assignments.

Some of your responsibilities may include:
  • Design, inspect, commission, test, maintain and repair electrical power and control systems; generators, transformers, breakers, protection relays and other equipment.
  • Read technical electrical, mechanical and instrumentation drawings.
  • Point of contact for customers and maintain and develop customer service relationships.
  • Provide technical services and support to internal/external customers.
  • Operations and reliability engineering support for a variety of industrial and utility clients.
  • Writing proposals and technical reports related to studies or service calls.
  • Oversee and manage small projects.
Qualifications:
  • Diploma or degree from a post-secondary education institute in a technical field (electrical or mechanical related) which allows for professional affiliations.
  • Minimum five (5) to ten (10) years’ applicable work experience and affiliation (or eligibility) with a professional organization (A.Sc.T., P. Eng., or equivalent).
  • Specialized expertise of a particular area in your field of practice.
  • Time management and organizational skills to balance field and office work commitments.
  • Willing to travel and work extensive hours to maintain strict timelines.
  • Solid understanding of the business and customer environment.
  • Physically fit to lift and move heavy items up to 50 lbs.
  • Valid driver's license.
  • Physical fitness test and drug and alcohol test will be required.
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Engineer-in-Training or Electrical Engineering Technologist

Saskatoon or Regina, Saskatchewan


Our Regina office requires a full-time Electrical Engineer-in-Training or Electrical Engineering Technologist to provide support for the engineering consulting and field service aspects of our business.  By joining our technical team, you will be exposed to both-in-house design/study functions as well as field-orientated project construction, commissioning and testing assignments.

Some of your responsibilities may include:

  • Power system studies; short circuit, coordination, power flow, arc flash, etc. 

  • Plant engineering and reliability engineering support for a variety of industrial and utility clients.

  • Application, design, configuration and commissioning of process control systems distribution and process automation equipment.

  • Writing technical reports related to studies or service calls.

  • Communication point of contact for customers.

  • Provide technical services and support to internal/external customers.

Qualifications:

  • Completed Post-Secondary education in Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology.

  • Knowledge of electrical protection, industrial process control and automation applications.

  • Proven problem solving and analytical skills.

  • Possess strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Works effectively under time constraints, adapts to change, able to work alone, as well as enjoys participating in a team environment.