Intermediate Engineer

Gray & Fick is a modest yet versatile engineering team of professional engineers, technologists, and engineers in training. We are looking to bolster our staff with an Intermediate Engineer who is looking for career advancement opportunities, intriguing work, and professional development. Our people are our biggest competitive advantage, which is why we’ll continue to invest in you with our people-first culture.​ 

A day in the life of an intermediate engineer would resemble:

  • Attend a stand-up meeting with your scrum team to discuss yesterday’s challenges and plan for the day’s tasks

  • Contribute to the development of less experienced staff by providing engineering guidance and reviewing calculation packages

  • Run computer model simulation and hand verification on multi-storey structures under the guidance of a seasoned professional engineer

  • Design structures in various building materials such as steel, concrete, timber, and masonry

  • A daily break for a game of table tennis or foosball (if inclined)

  • Attend one of Gray & Fick’s group events such as potlucks, lunch & learns, book club, etc.

  • Participate in one of Gray & Fick’s charity causes such as blood drives, toy drives, food drives, or seasonal in-house charity events

  • Conduct drawing review to ensure conformance to designs and seal drawings as needed

  • Coordinate design activities with other disciplines (architectural, civil, mechanical, electrical, etc.)

  • Prepare technical specifications, documents, and reports

  • Occasional site work as required

  • Other duties as assigned/required

  • At the end of the day, it is commonplace for our leadership to send staff members home to ensure work-life balance

 

Minimum Skills, Qualifications & Experience

 

  • Licensed Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario (or eligible in short order)

  • Experienced in the design of multiple structure types and materials (steel, wood, masonry, concrete, etc.)

  • Experienced in the design and construction of multi-storey structures

  • Able to learn new structure types, heights, and configurations

  • Working knowledge of structural analysis software such as ETABS, SAFE, SAP, and RISA3D

  • Creativity and innovation in finding solutions

  • Capable of mentoring, guiding, and providing oversight to junior engineers

  • Willing to work in-office (London, ON)

We offer:

 

  • Competitive salary and performance-based bonus

  • Competitive health, dental, long term disability, and life insurance coverage

  • Four weeks paid time off (including sick days)

  • Regular team building and social activities

  • Reimbursements of annual dues for professional organization

 

Please forward resumes and cover letters by email only to info@gray-fick.ca.

 

All applicants will be treated in confidence.