SKC Engineering Ltd. provides welding and manufacturing consultation services, with offices in Coquitlam and Surrey, British Columbia. We have been serving the welding community since 1997 and currently represent over 200 companies for retained engineering services in CSA steel and aluminum welding programs.
In addition to welding and manufacturing consulting services, we also provide design, quality assurance, inspections, and certifications related to welding and manufacturing of structures, equipment, and lifting devices, including the use of CSA, ASME and AWS codes, Lloyds Register, and other related standards.
We have a diverse client base ranging from small welding and fabricating facilities to some of the world's biggest construction and mining organizations. We service the marine, mining, steel fabrication, welding and construction industries.
SKC Engineering is expanding and is constantly looking for new talents and new business opportunities to fuel our growth. We currently have an opening for an intermediate mechanical engineer with experience in mechanical design of welded structures (e.g. Crane Sub-frames, Lifting devices, Pipe support and spool design). The ideal candidate will be a motivated self-starter who will enjoy the challenge of managing a busy portfolio of clients.
Required Skills & Experience:
- Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering
- Five years’ experience in mechanical design with a focus on welded structures
- Familiar with AutoCAD/Inventor and some work experience with design software
- Registered or eligible for registration with APEGBC
- Experience supervising small teams of Engineers/technicians (approx. 5 people)
- Experience supervising complete Engineering jobs from conception to completion
- Proven ability to handle multiple projects and deadlines,
- Proven ability to communicate effectively with clients and work with others
Additional Skills & Experience:
- Experience with the mechanical design of cranes & other lifting devices
- Knowledge of welding processes and familiarity with the development of welding procedures