Project Manager, Electrical Utility Standards

Full Time
  • Full Time
  • Toronto

CSA Group

Statut d’emploi:

Permanent

Type d’heures:



À temps plein

Nous avons besoin de vous pour former une équipe de calibre mondial
Les activités du Groupe CSA reposent sur l’atteinte d’un idéal : rendre le monde meilleur, plus sûr et plus durable.Cet ideal est au coeur de notre mission depuis 1919, année où nous avons élaboré notre première norme d’ingénierie sur les ponts ferroviaires. Aujourd’hui, près de 100 ans plus tard, le Groupe CSA compte plus de 3 500 normes, codes et produits connexes.

Le Groupe CSA, dont le siège social se trouve au Canada, est présent à l’échelle mondiale : il possède plus de 30 laboratoires et bureaux en Europe, en Asie et en Amérique du Nord. Il propose des services de mise à l’essai, d’inspection et de certification d’une vaste gamme de produits — des articles de maison aux technologies de pointe — pour veiller à ce qu’ils répondent à des exigences strictes en matière de sécurité, de performance et d’impact sur l’environnement.

Nos employés sont fiers que leur travail ait une incidence positive sur la vie des gens. Nous avons besoin de personnes comme vous pour poursuivre notre mission en ce sens.



Résumé du travail:

CSA Group has an immediate opportunity for a based in Toronto. In this challenging and rewarding role, you will facilitate the development of leading-edge standards solutions by enabling technical discussions and promoting consensus amongst key stakeholders.

You will interact with industry experts, manufacturers, academia, researchers, scientists and government officials.

CSA Group standards are developed by volunteer members through an accredited process. The standards are used by a broad base of stakeholders to help enhance safety, security and sustainability for people and business.

CSA’s Electrical Utility standards team manages a diverse portfolio of standards and guidelines that relate to the Canadian Electrical Code Part III, Power Engineering and Electro Magnetic Compatibility, that help build safe, resilient, and reliable electrical and communication infrastructure.

Responsibilities:

  • Facilitating the development of Canadian Electrical Code Part III, Electrical Utility Standards, by CSA Group volunteer committee members;
  • Identify, secure, and manage growth in new areas of standardization related to Grid Modernization;
  • Establishing and actively managing project processes and schedules, resource requirements (eg. funding, personnel, membership), costs, quality and risk;
  • Day-to-day management of committee activities, delivering on project milestones and revenue targets;
  • Convening in-person and virtual committee meetings;
  • Liaising with internal and external partners including clients, management, legal and finance to develop proposals, contracts, and financial analyses for new projects;
  • Participating on occasional ad-hoc internal task groups (eg. related to business or process improvement, research, etc.); and
  • Other related responsibilities.
  • This dynamic role requires a sound understanding of the various processes and procedures of CSA Group, many of which are mandated under the accreditation by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). A key element of the Project Manager role is to ensure that these processes and procedures are adhered to, and that project timelines are achieved within the defined budget. The role emphasizes management, leadership and soft skills; however, requires the ability to speak to complex subjects as a credible professional.


    Education:

     A technical degree or Technologist (BSc, B.Eng or CET) in an engineering discipline or related area of study.

    Electrical or mechanical discipline would be an asset.


    Experience:

  • Minimum 5-10 years of relevant experience, including 3-5 years of experience in design/manufacturing in the electrical equipment or electrical utility sectors;
  • Technical understanding and experience working with the Canadian Electrical Code Part I, II and III would be an asset;
  • Experience writing proposals and business plans;
  • Acquired knowledge of the standards’ industry, government policy, regulatory environment, industry landscape and funding programs/models would be an asset; and
  • Experience working with volunteers and/or multi-stakeholder groups would also be an asset.

  • Skills:

  • Excellent people skills: managing relationships, facilitating and networking with people at all levels including those with divergent interests, backgrounds and goals.
  • Ability to successfully negotiate with stakeholders in challenging and demanding situations.
  • Proficiency in oral and written communication, including experience and comfort with delivering presentations and with writing technical documents, proposals and business plans.
  • Excellent project management, organizational and planning skills. Detail and process orientation.
  • Creative, participative and flexible approach to managing work assignments.
  • Strong leadership and decision-making skills.
  • High degree of self-motivation, resilience, adaptability and flexibility.
  • Demonstrated ability to be a team player and build capacity of peers.
  • Strong computer skills (word processing, presentation software, project planning software, spreadsheets, etc.)
  • Bilingualism would be an asset.

  • Travel:

    Some travel will be required

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