Sherritt International

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Electrical Engineer / Project Engineer (Former Employee) –  Fort Saskatchewan, AB12 December 2014
 Design industrial power distribution system, transformers, motor control center (MCC), electrical switchgear, control circuits, relays, lighting systems and grounding as per Canadian Electrical Code (CEC).
 Develop single line protection diagrams, 3-phase schematics, wiring diagrams, panel layouts, and cable termination schedules.
 Design & preparation of layouts, schematics, EHT, and calculations associated with complex projects.
 Preparation of substation equipment layout drawings, Bill of Materials (BOM), single line protection and metering diagrams.
 Design, installation, testing & commissioning of electrical and electronics equipment.
 Design electrical disconnects, digital and analog control circuits, fire alarm systems, DCS (DeltaV) configuration, EJB and CJB wiring layouts.
 Detail electrical design of transformer, switchgear, MCC and protective systems, LV & MV Power distribution, lighting, grounding, cable tray, raceway and conduit layout.
 Conduct feasibility, design and performance research of electrical generation and distribution networks.
 Prepare material cost and timing estimates, project reports, as Built activities and design specifications.
 Design of EHT for process pipes, vessels, and building roof.
 Detail design of fire alarm devices, plant horns and electrical safety devices.
 Self-management of assigned projects, effective communication with clients as well as team based project assignments.
 Project cost accountability to perform work within budgeted cost estimates.
 Co-ordination with other Engineering groups, Maintenance,
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Concerned staff. (Former Employee) –  Edmonton, AB16 October 2019
OK employer but management has very high expectations regarding working, such as 24/7 availability (not based on HR policies but expected by management, HR is a toothless body.). Working at a plant site has the extra risk of injury or worse. Lots of hazardous materials and equipment. Not really an issue so far in the administrative offices but potential is there as we have emergency evacuation drills on a regular basis. Also, this company supports Cuba and China so be aware of this before committing your life to them.
Good benefits, fair pay.
Potential hazardous environment. Poor management.
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Manager (Former Employee) –  Fort Saskatchewan, AB8 October 2019
Good place to work. Lack of financial security.Good benefits and salary. Not much room for advancement. Really good culture. Declining resources. May improve over time.
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