Civil Engineer, Renewable Energy

  • Calgary, AB
  • Permanent
  • Renewable Energy

Job Description

As Civil Engineer you will be responsible for leading engineering technical activities of design and analysis including utility-scale solar & battery storage. You will be capable of specifying and designing roads, culverts, and plan for stormwater management, and cut-fill modelling.


  • Lead communication with clients, vendors, and colleagues to achieve deliverables on time and on budget.
  • Create drawing packages for RFPs, proposals, procurement, and construction using AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • Perform site visits to inspect construction or commissioning activities.
  • Lead, collaborate, and share knowledge with fellow colleagues.
  • Understand project lifecycles including AHJ approval processes.
  • Estimate engineering engagements and project pricing from start to finish.
  • Expertise in specifying, quantifying, and advising on road and general area cut and fill methods and details.
  • Experience conducting cut/fill surface modelling for structures and roads.
  • Proficiency in stormwater management design to ensure compliance with AHJ requirements, as well as designing culvert and ditch systems.
  • Ability to perform AutoTurn sweep analysis for a variety of vehicles including trucks and buses.
  • Experience working with array structures or product vendors for tolerance compliance.
  • Ability to specify concrete slab-on-grade installations is considered a plus.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, or Systems Engineering.
  • 8-10 years of experience in renewable project engineering, with a preference for experience in solar and batteries.
  • Professional Engineering license (P.Eng.) in a Canadian province.
  • Legal permission to work in Canada.
  • Valid driver’s license in a Canadian province and willingness to travel to project sites.
  • Strong verbal and written proficiency in English.
  • Strong proficiency with AutoCAD, Microsoft Office, and Civil 3D.
  • Substantial experience with provincial transportation codes, soil management codes, and provincial building codes.
  • Working knowledge of IEEE 1547, CSA 22.2 No. 107.1, UL 1741, and/or NFPA 855 is preferred.
  • Experience with electrical substations is considered a plus.
No Sponsorship will be provided.