Ingénieur civil – Tata Steel Minerals Canada Ltée, Côte-Nord

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Civil Engineer

The Company

Tata Steel Minerals Canada Limited (TSMC) is a company that was formed to develop an Iron Ore project near Schefferville, Quebec on the border of Newfoundland and Labrador. TSMC is a joint venture between Tata Steel Limited and New Millenium Iron Corp. The former owning 80% and the later 20%.

Tata Steel, part of the Tata Group of Companies, is one of the world’s top 10 steel producers. A fortune 500 company, it employs over 80,000 people in five continents with revenue in excess of $20 billion for fiscal year 2010.

 The Project

The mine and milling project is referred to as the Direct Shipping Ore (DSO) Project. It consists of upgrading high grade hematite ore to produce 4 MT/YR of sinter fines.  The project is currently in the construction stage and due to start-up in 2012. TSMC and New Millennium are also involved in a feasibility study of a much larger Taconite Project.

The Opportunity 

Reporting to the Senior Manager (Civil Engineering), the Civil Engineer will actively participate in all aspects of civil engineering of the project during the construction phase.

Major Responsibilities:

  1. Study of drawings and basic design and provide comments
  2. Assist in preparation of specifications, tender documents, bid
  3. Evaluation and participation in contractor fixing
  4. Preparing cost and time estimates
  5. Monitoring of progress and to recommend corrective action when required
  6. Checking work for quality and safety
  7. Identify critical issues within the project (i.e. project risks and opportunities) that could impact outcomes (i.e. schedule or budget) and develop action plans to address negative variances and reporting areas of non-compliance
  8. Monitor work requests and manage change orders during project execution
  9. Implementing total Safety in work sites as per safety policy
  10. Bill certification


Required Experience:

  1. Civil Engineering degree from a recognized post-secondary institution
  2. At least 5 years of project experience in large industrial projects
  3. Proven ability to plan project initiatives through to successful completion and handover of projects
  4. Able to work simultaneously on various packages of work of the project at varying stages of the project
  5. Must be able to independently engage with EPCM and other contractors
  6. Should be willing to work in difficult climatic conditions – like snow and extreme cold
  7. Skill in the written and oral presentation of concepts, progress status and action plans
  8. Excellent oral and written communications skills
  9. Strong interpersonal skills

How to Apply

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