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Project Engineering (Automation)

Mississauga, ON
Mar 28, 2024

Lakeside Process Controls Ltd. (‘Lakeside’) is recognized as a market leader, providing complete automation solutions to a wide range of industries. Our capabilities in process management and industrial automation enable us to solve our customers’ process automation challenges, keeping their operations running safer.
Our solutions range from devices that measure and relay diverse physical and chemical conditions, devices that control flow of materials, networks that transmit event-related information, to process control systems that collect information and trigger necessary actions to ensure continued operations.
Lakeside’s success is due to its exceptional people. Our skills and passion for our work is the key to our strong business results. Our commitment to a culture of integrity, teamwork and collaboration is what drives our continued and sustainable growth.
We seek individuals who are engaged, capable and committed to continuous improvement.
If this sounds like you, apply today and discover your potential with Lakeside!
What you will be doing in the role of Project Engineering:
The Project Engineering position is responsible for reviewing customer documentation such as P&IDs and process descriptions to define control system hardware & software requirements; design and document control system hardware, control network, and fieldbus networks; program and test control strategies and HMI graphics; start-up and commissioning on-site; post-start-up support for customers. Must be able to independently perform these tasks for small projects and provide technical direction and leadership to a project team for larger projects.

Your responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:

  • Control System architecture design
  • Control System hardware and software design
  • Preparation of configuration design specifications
  • Preparation of instrument and I/O lists, and loop diagrams
  • Interpret design input documentation such as P&I diagrams, Process Narratives and Logic Schematics
  • Interpret and/or author narrative specifications including Control System requirements, Design Criteria and User Requirements
  • Review and comment on information to/from customers, other vendors, and other team members within Lakeside

Knowledge and skills required for the role:
  • Engineering or Technologists degree in Electrical, Automation, Biomedical, Chemical, Mechatronics, Mechanical Engineering, or similar
  • Ten or more (10+) years’ experience with Process Control System Implementation
  • Direct control system configuration experience of a major DCS solution or PLC/HMI solution is required
  • Exposure to the process industry including Chemical and Specialty Chemical, Pulp and Paper, Refining, Power, Cogeneration (Power & Steam production), Pharma and Biotech, and Food and Beverage
  • Knowledge of Emerson’s PROVOX, RS3 or DeltaV technologies would be an asset
  • Knowledge of Foxboro, ABB or other similar systems required
  • Projects implementation experience with Allen Bradley hardware and software would be considered an asset
  • Experience in the design, specification, and commissioning of controls equipment for water/wastewater treatment systems would be considered an asset
  • Project Management skills
  • Knowledge of process control and instrumentation
  • Strong oral and written skills
  • Good communication skills are a requirement
  • Training & presentation skills

What we give YOU!
  • Flexible working schedules, including hybrid remote work programs
  • competitive compensation package, with RRSP-matching
  • Comprehensive benefits coverage (medical, dental, vision, EAP & on-demand virtual health care)
  • A culture that promotes healthy work-life balance with above-market paid time off
  • Challenging work and direct exposure to key industries in the Canadian market
  • A structured training and development program and opportunities for continuous learning
  • Opportunity to participate in an award-winning Wellness Program!

Lakeside Process Controls Ltd. is committed to employment equity and welcomes diversity.

We believe strongly in celebrating the different perspectives and experiences that come along with having a diverse network of employees, and encourage applications from all qualified individuals, including: persons with disabilities, Indigenous persons, women, and members of visible minorities.

If you require accommodations to complete an application, please contact Human Resources at [email protected] and we will work with you to meet your accommodation needs.