Shellex is looking for a Mechanical CAD Technician to join a team of engineers providing multi-disciplined engineering designs to the industrial and commercial sectors.

A little about us

Shellex Consulting Group is a team of over 120 Engineers, Designers, and Project Managers across Ontario and Quebec. Founded in 2001, we consistently experienced growth year after yearAs we continue to expand, our Toronto office is looking for a high-spirited and enthusiastic Mechanical CAD Technician.  

Come and try the Shellex experience! 


Being part of the SHELLEX culture offers you: 

  • Out-of-the-ordinary events with extraordinary people (large-scale corporate events and fun team outings); 
  • Recognition by management for your efforts as a professional; 
  • Opportunities outside of your comfort zone working on diverse and challenging projects; 
  • A work atmosphere that embodies team spirit, fellowship and peer support; 
  • Professional development and continuous learning; 
  • Proactive management that introduces new initiatives to improve working conditions; 
  • Complimentary snacks, coffees and beverages; 
  • A team of young, dynamic professionals in various engineering disciplines; 
  • Competitive salaries, a group RRSP program, comprehensive group insurance, an    employee assistance program and telemedicine, plus more! 


What You’ll Do at Shellex 

  • Plan layout design for chemical and manufacturing plants. 
  • Plan and prepare equipment, piping, and ductwork designs in 3D and in co-ordination with other disciplines. 
  • Prepare construction drawings consisting of orthographic and isometric equipment and piping designs. 
  • Prepare Process Flow Diagrams (PFD) and Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID). 
  • Perform site surveys as required for field measurements and surveys to produce as-built drawings. 
  • Participate in the technical review of projects.  
  • Ensure validity of design drawings including dimensions, conformance with equipment cut sheets, layout, construction tolerances and conflicts between design elements.  
  • Review deliverables and ensure that the content is complete and meets the design intent defined by design criteria. 
  • Adhere to project timelines, hourly budgets, and schedules for assigned tasks. 


Qualifications required: 

  • Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology. 
  • Certified Engineering Technologist an asset. 
  • Must be proficient with 2D and 3D modelling in AutoCAD Plant 3D and have demonstrable experience. 
  • Knowledge of ASME B31.1 and B31.3.  
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office. 
  • At least 4 years of experience in a similar role in the chemical process industry. 
  • Valid Ontario Drivers License. 


Aptitudes required: 

  • Attention to detail and results focused. 
  • Works well in a team and independently.  
  • Excellent communication skills (Spoken and written English).   
  • Proficiency in French an asset (but not required). 
  • Team and client-focused. 
  • Self-motivated, hardworking, flexible. 


Interested parties may submit their CV electronically to the following address: 

Carlina Duran :