SCADA Integrator - Remote Canada or USA

Edmonton, Canada

About Dexcent
Founded in 2006, Dexcent Inc. (Dexcent) is an engineering consulting firm that provides a range of specialized solutions for clients in a variety of industries throughout the world. Our professionals have modernized IT and OT engineering methodologies into comprehensive solutions, specializing in information analytics, cyber-security, infrastructure, and control systems engineering. As such, we pride ourselves on truly transforming industrial operations to optimize business performance and deliver bottom-line results. 

Job Details

The SCADA Integrator plays a key role in the integration of projects to SCADA production by providing technical support, troubleshooting, problem diagnosis, and application testing/configuration changes. They work collaboratively with the client and Dexcent team members to meet project scope and timelines.

Work location is flexible in Canada/USA.  Work will primarily be remote, with visits to client sites in person and travel as needed.

Position Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with Control Centre staff in the planning, organizing and delivering of projects to the Control Centre.

  • Work closely with the Loss Management, Power and Margin, Infrastructure Optimization, Control System teams (among others) to assist on requests to meet business needs.

  • Work closely with the SCADA Operations and SCADA Support teams to ensure changes in the SCADA System is communicated and transitioned properly.

  • Oversee the successful transition of applications and new instance OASyS into operation.

  • Provide guidance to junior Integrators or at times, coordinate the work of a small team.

  • Assist in SCADA system commissioning effort.

  • Demonstrate a strong understanding of SCADA best practices, standards, and operating procedures.

  • Collaborate with team members to ensure SCADA project needs are met.

  • Communicate technical requirements to non-technical audience members.

  • Prepare and maintain documentation.

  • Demonstrate commitment to the team and its success.

  • Participate in the Health and Safety program.

  • Support the development and transition of the SCADA Replacement Program.

  • Comply with all relevant change management procedures.


Candidate Qualifications:

  • Bachelor degree or diploma in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related discipline.

  • A minimum of 4 year(s) of related SCADA experience.

  • Experience working with the OASyS SCADA system.

  • Working Knowledge of UNIX, C, C++, Java, and Perl programming language.

  • Working Knowledge of Process Control Systems and SCADA.

  • Ability to lead, develop and monitor activities of junior staff.

  • Strong analytical, communications and problems solving skills.

  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.

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