Electrical engineer

Working with a team dedicated to the construction of data centres, the electrical engineer leads and supervises the work of subcontractors and technical professionals assigned to projects. The engineer is responsible for workplace safety, the implementation and completion of the sequence of work and schedules, the quality of completed work and for meeting clients’ needs.



  • Support the construction of electrical and mechanical systems, and supervise the certification of the balancing, implementation and validation of these systems (power amperage less than 25 kV and emergency and fire protection)
  • Participate in creating complete implementation plans for all systems, including the following elements: all testing requirements, required inspections, the initiation of major equipment, project documentation and integrated testing requirements. Ensure the system is fully functional and complete final implementation
  • Prepare and manage a detailed project calendar, including the purchasing of equipment, deliveries and site logistics
  • Resolve technical problems that may arise related to procedures, interference problems, deficiencies in design or any other problems that may occur.
  • Monitor the activity calendar proactively, evaluate risk and develop recovery strategies
  • Coordinate and review the progression of work by subcontractors
  • Lead and monitor the activities of subcontractors to ensure that their work conforms to contractual requirements
  • Track the construction of fibre optic and network connectivity to enable it to be used by clients
  • Manage the different phases of multidisciplinary projects (electrical, mechanical), including defining the mandate, estimation, budget and schedule creation, engineering, planning, production, delivery of work, coordination of plans and estimates with professionals
  • Supervise the various professionals during the engineering, planning and realization of projects
  • Ensure operational preparedness, such as the list of assets and systems, construction documentation, and system and surveillance tests
  • Ensure ongoing communications with all parties involved in project, including suppliers, subcontractors, and various professionals
  • Supervise project development while respecting client needs as well as MONTONI standards, as well as respecting health and worksite safety regulations
  • Support subcontractors and professionals in the fulfillment of their mandates in order to ensure the achievement of objectives
  • Ensure projects conform to standards, laws, and regulations currently in effect, identify any dangers and particularities of projects and ensure quality control
  • Direct requests to and coordinate connections with public services
  • Lead and monitor subcontractors’ activities to ensure that their work meets contractual requirements.



  • Degree in engineering and member of the Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec
  • Three years’experience in managing the electrical phase of projects
  • Understanding of industrial construction
  • Experience with data centre sub-systems, such as inverters, generators, switching devices, cooling systems and security and surveillance systems an asset
  • Bilingual (French/English).



  • Alert, organized, resourceful
  • Demonstrates initiative
  • Shares knowledge
  • Seeks continuous improvement and possesses leadership skills
  • Reacts quickly
  • Focuses on getting results and the quick resolution of problems
  • Team player.


Interested candidates should submit their CV as soon as possible.

Although we thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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