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Senior Electrical Engineer
Senior Industrial Building Electrical Engineer Vacancies: 2 Employment Type: Full-Time Permanent Location: Montreal Hybrid: 2 days on-site We are looking for a Senior Building Electrical Engineer to join the design team working in Montreal mainly in the field of industrial buildings. The Montréal Engineering Electrical Group specializes in the institutional, commercial and light industrial sectors and has acquired a reputation for excellence in this area over the years. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to work and lead a highly qualified technical team and will be able to apply their knowledge and know-how on major projects. With the possibility of having a hybrid work mode, the majority of the projects on which the candidate will be called upon to work will take place in the Montreal area and its surroundings. This is an opportunity to get involved with a dynamic and growing team and to put your talent in management and electrical design to good use. The projects targeted are of a light industrial nature, mainly the battery sector, which has recently been in the media coverage as well as other types of manufacturing buildings. Your role within the team: Lead electrical design teams for assigned projects. Collect baseline data from the client and other stakeholders. Prepare, verify and monitor work schedules and budgets. Lead all phases of system design such as distribution, lighting, fire alarms, access control, video surveillance, grounding and other related systems. Participate in and lead coordination meetings. Write electrical specifications. Evaluate the costs of the work. Supervise the supervision of the work. Provide support to the customer and technical staff. We offer: The opportunity to work on various large-scale projects for internal and external clients. An exciting environment where work-life balance is important. A wide range of learning and development opportunities. Competitive salary, flexible benefits, employee stock ownership plan and defined contribution pension plan. A work environment focused on health and safety. The ideal candidate: Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering with a focus on building. Minimum 10 years of relevant experience in the field of electrical engineering of industrial and/or institutional buildings, mandatory. Be a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ). Possess a good knowledge of the industrial and institutional environment. Ability to lead and lead electrical projects. Ability to "coach" more junior and intermediate engineers. Fluency in French and English (spoken and written).Apply now
23-119 Senior Application Developer
23-119 Senior Application Developer Number of Vacancies: 1 Level: MP4 Hourly Rate: $65 - 75/hour Duration: 7 months Hours of work: 40 Location: 889 Brock Road, Pickering (Hybrid, 2 days remote) Job Overview OPG has built a custom application called EIC (Ecosys Integration Centre) which is used to manage the Ecosys vendor application from Hexagon. Currently, OPG is going through an Ecosys upgrade project and consequently needs to upgrade the EIC application. EIC (Ecosys Integration Centre) is a custom application which acts as an integration hub for Ecosys, C55 from Copper Leaf and several other OPG applications. It is written in an older version of the OPG Application Framework and would need to be migrated to the new version of the OPG application framework which amongst others, uses Angular, SQL Server and JSON. The scope of work would include the following: Migrate (Rewrite) the EIC application to the newer version of the OPG Application Framework. Build enhanced Ecosys/Ecosys integration monitoring and trending capability and may include API integration with other monitoring tools currently in use at OPG, such as Dynatrace. Ensure all functionality in the current EIC application continues to work with the newer version of Ecosys, while staying compliant with current OPG Cybersecurity and Enterprise Strategy & Architecture standards. Qualifications The successful candidate for this role will be highly skilled full stack developer with the following skills: Advanced knowledge of SQL Server, JSON, Azure Enterprise application management Advanced knowledge of .NET and Powershell/Batch files Knowledge of Websphere administration would be preferredApply now
Performance Assurance Specialist
Role: Performance Assurance Specialist Work Location: Pinawa, MB - Monday - Thursday 40 hours per week Rate: Up to $90/INC per hour + per diem Job Summary The Performance Assurance Specialist oversees the Performance Assurance (PA) processes of Whiteshell Laboratories Restoration Laboratories (WLRP) and leads the implementation of improvement initiatives of these processes and systems including: Corrective Action Program, Operating Experience, Contractor Assurance System, and ImpAct. The Performance Assurance Specialist conducts incident investigations using tools such as Apparent Cause Analyses and TapRooT. Analyzes data and provides inputs into reports such as the Nuclear Performance Assurance Review Board and the Annual Compliance and Monitoring Report, and uses this data to improve Human Performance (HU) and ImpAct performance of WLRP. Teaches, promotes, and oversees HU initiatives at WL. Education Bachelor’s degree plus four to seven years’ experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience Experience: Knowledge of operations systems, equipment, and processes, preferably in a nuclear environment. Expert understanding of Performance Assurance and Human Performance concepts. Experience and training in the use of Performance Improvement and Continuous Improvement tools. Demonstrated experience effectively promoting PA programs across an organization. Experience with Corrective Action ImpAct systems. Experience using corrective action processes and causal analysis techniques such as TapRooT, apparent cause, and/or root cause. Experience delivering training in a classroom, one-on-one, and virtual environments. Understanding of scorecards utilizing statistical process control and other statistical methodologies. Understanding of Contractor Assurance System scorecards is an asset. Qualifications Excellent interpersonal communication skills and proven ability to interact, collaborate, communicate, and maintain successful working relations at all levels within the organization and with external stakeholders. Very good knowledge of continuous improvement and quality service principles and methodologies. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and presentation skills. Good project management skills (planning, organizing, leading, and directing). Good computer operating skills, familiarity with databases and MS Office software. Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to inspire and influence others. Experience in effectively leading small work groups. Cross-functional leadership skills and ability to develop, manage, and implement improvement initiatives. Extremely well organized and able to ensure deadlines are met. Excellent attention to detail and accuracy. Ability to handle sensitive information and confidential matters with discretion, integrity, and ethics. Strong administrative and organizational skills and the ability to plan; prepare own work plans; prepare work plans for others; develop, measure and assess goals; and adapt to multiple priorities. Able to lead change, share skills, and proactively learn new skills. Ability to adapt to a changing environment and respond with appropriate initiative. Awareness of corporate policy and procedures, and political sensitivities. Responsibilities Conduct activities with public and employee safety foremost in mind. Support and facilitate when required, the Rapid Learning Morning Call and associated tasks. Facilitate the Management Review Meeting (MRM), attend and provide input to the Dedicated Screening Team (DST) meetings, and monitor performance. Participate in or lead fact finding investigations. Assist or lead unplanned event investigations using appropriate causal analysis techniques, including: Root Cause, Apparent Cause Analysis, TapRoot, etc., as determined by the nature and significance level of the unplanned event. Review unplanned event reports. Track outstanding unplanned event investigations, promote progress, and assist users to complete actions and meet schedule compliance. Research, develop, and coordinate improvements to and monitor and promote the Management Observation Program. Monitor quality of apparent cause determinations. Analyse trends and examine events and cause and take or recommend appropriate action. Use trends from the ImpAct process to perform self-assessments and condition evaluations. Maintain the Contractor Assurance System report and act as a conduit to the Corporate CAS report. Ensure that applicable external events are screened for relevant information and shared internally. Perform internal audits for administrative tasks that affect information requested by the Regulator. Promote and conduct training on PA and HU programs and concepts. Provide timely communication to workgroups on HU and equipment failure events. Develop, implement, measure, and adjust thorough and comprehensive methodologies to continuously improve safety-related and HU behaviours. Oversee the WL HU program and manage specific projects or initiatives, such as HU Advocate, to support safety objectives. • Research, coordinate improvement, monitor, and promote the Management Observation Program. Author appropriate inputs into the NPARB, ACMR, and any other reports that require HU submission. Assess and report on organizational climate within departments (behaviours, culture, survey results, etc.), conduct meetings and workshops to assess and identify opportunities to improve, and influence key stakeholders to produce desired change. Maintain stakeholder and customer satisfaction by planning and implementing day-to-day activities. Support improvement initiatives through HU activities. Identify areas of deficiency and effectiveness within departments and provide advice, guidance and consulting as required to promote leadership culture change, including recommendations for corrective action when necessary. Conduct research to identify and track safety culture issues that may impact operations. Influence management teams to adopt improvement initiatives. Develop and produce a wide range of documents and materials, including communications packages, reports, training presentations, lesson plans and manuals, educational handouts, safety meeting information packages, company procedures, brochures, handbooks, posters, cards, newsletters, bulletins, electronic messages and other materials. Perform evaluations and validation studies to measure and report on the effectiveness of program activities. Provide communications and staff presentation support. Work closely with other safety related program teams to promote different aspects of safety culture.Apply now
Site C Commissioning Engineer E2 - 19751
Role: Site C Commissioning Engineer E2 Location of Services: Fort St. John, BC Contract Duration: 12 months Max INC Rate: $65/ Max T4 Rate: $54/ Must have experience in Protection & Control or Instrumentation Design and/or Testing experience. Notes * Shift is 14/7 subject to BC Hydro manager, 10 hours per day, 70 hours maximum per week * Airfare at cost or mileage in lieu of airfare per BCH policy * Max 4 hours travel time to/from home to/from jobsite - no additional cost * LOA and per diem not allowed * Camp accommodations and meals supplied Experience and Role Accountabilities • A minimum two (2) years of in a relevant engineering field or equivalent. • Contribute to the development of safe engineering solutions by performing activities such as studies of limited scope and applying prescribed methods and techniques in solving problems for projects and/or operations. •Assist with specific aspects of more complex engineering activities adhering to prescribed analysis, design, or computation methods by following established practices working under close supervision of a senior professional engineer who reviews work for accuracy, adequacy, and conformance with prescribed procedures. • Participate in BC Hydro’s engineering practice using initiative and judgement in making a few routine technical decisions, applying standards and following detailed instructions so that BC Hydro’s engineering standards are maintained. • Perform periodic tasks independently which may include on-site construction quality control and monitoring to ensure design compliance. • EGBC Registrants provided to BC Hydro through this contract shall work under BC Hydro’s Professional Practice Management Plan, Quality Management Pillar. The Registrant shall apply their own or their firm’s Permit to Practice Number to work that is Sealed by the Registrant. Retention and preservation of all project documentation produced by the Registrant during the course of their contract with BC Hydro will be retained by BC Hydro to satisfy EGBC Bylaws. Education and Skills • University graduate in applied science or engineering • Registered Engineer-in-Training or Geoscientist-in-Training with Engineers & Geoscientists BC or another jurisdiction and/or eligible for registration as such with Engineers & Geoscientists BC • Familiarity with CAD systems and drawing standards • Ability to use standard industry design/analysis software • Intermediate MS Office skills (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) • Intermediate English skills for professional environment, written and spokenApply now
23-118 Work Control Team Leader
23-118 Work Control Team Leader Number of Vacancies: 1 Level: MP4 Hourly Rate: $65 - 75/hour Duration: 12 months Hours of work: 40 Location: Darlington (100% onsite) Job Overview Effective, efficient management and control of activities that support Operation and Maintenance, generated as a result of the Work Management processes. Direct the development and implementation of assigned Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) including resolving schedule conflicts. Responsible for controlling work scope, organizing, executing, reviewing and deciding upon all planned activities and resource requirements. Accountable for short and long-term impact of work performance on station for assigned WBS. Plan, organize, coordinate, and maintain status on all preparatory or ongoing requirements of the work plan/ schedule. Responsible for providing direction on schedule priorities to all work groups, including contractors. Monitor for work failing to meet schedule, and direct corrective action. Provide effective leadership at daily status meetings in order to control, maintain and update work plan/ schedule. Be accountable for monitoring the work being performed to completion, as scheduled. Maintain an awareness of the status of all jobs on the plan. Be accountable for reporting on status to Management at all times. Conduct a project/schedule post-mortem. Identify significant events, analysis of the schedule accomplishments, problems and suggested corrective actions. Maximize overall equipment availability and reliability. Perform risk assessments and identify risk management activities. This includes nuclear safety risk, generation risk, reactivity risk and radiological risk. Qualifications 8+ years of experience in planning, estimating, cost control and risk management of projects in Nuclear, Construction, Heavy Industrial, Oil and Gas and/or related fields. Extensive experience working with Primavera P6 (P6) is an asset. Excellent analytical skills. Proven ability to manage projects under strict timelines, work well in a demanding, dynamic and complex environment. Critical thinker with strong problem-solving skills. Strong planning, managerial, influencing and leadership skills. Good written and oral communication skills. Strong listening skills and interpersonal skills. Education Level: Completion of Grade 12 Secondary School + 3 years of concentrated study in a related field. Completed university degree or college diploma in a related field is preferred.Apply now
Quality Procurement Lead
Quality Procurement Lead Vacancies: 4 Duration: 1 Year (Can be extended annually) Hourly Rate: $65 85/hour Location: Bruce Power (No hybrid options) Start Date: January 2024 Quality Procurement Oversight Perform Quality Assurance Oversight of active Material and Services Procurements for technically complex procurement assignments for engineered products through all phases of the procurement process, from pre- tender planning to on-time delivery, where the engineering processes are developmental and specialized in nature, or there is no past precedent for technical, quality assurance through review of Supplier Inspection & Test Plans, specification of source surveillance and review of QA related concessions from the Supplier. Assess and report on the status of ongoing effective implementation of a Supplier's Quality Assurance program through periodic supplier performance evaluations and interfacing with Suppliers at their facilities. Act as an information resource for Supplier Quality Assurance Program requirements to requisitioners and/or suppliers, assist suppliers with the development of quality assurance programs and assess supplier performance. Act as a Quality expertise resource to procurement units in Supply Division and provide required guidance to source surveillance and receipt inspection staff. Investigate unsatisfactory Supplier Quality Assurance performance, issue Supplier Corrective Actions Requests and work with Suppliers to satisfactory and timely issue resolution. Review procurement/material and service quality plans from suppliers and provide comments/accept on behalf of Bruce Power. Plan oversight on Supplier's procurement processes, coordinate and schedule oversight activities and prepare reports and oversight plans. Participate on audits, surveys and assessments of Bruce Power suppliers to support the company's business goals. Review and Approve both Request for Quotes for Material Procurements and Request for Proposals for Services per Bruce Power procedures. These reviews provide required Quality Assurance (QA) oversight on planned procurements with validation that the Supplier is qualified on Bruce Power's Approved Suppliers List (ASL) and checking that the appropriate procurement clauses are in place based on requirements. Provide QA oversight on Pressure Boundary Purchase Orders through Review and Approval per Bruce Power procedures. Provide assistance to Bruce Power Supply Chain on Quality Assurance issues related to Material and Service Procurements. Maintain regular and effective communications with site management and technical, engineering and maintenance resources on supplier quality issues, including investigating and resolving site supplier quality problems. Support the business goals by participating as required on supplier audits, carrying out surveillance assessments and providing technical guidance, assistance and support to procurement staff, source surveillance staffs, engineering staff, consultants and suppliers to identify, resolve and prevent quality problems related to the procurement of products and services. Provide guidance relating to the Approved Suppliers List (ASL), particularly scope of work, conditions, restrictions and code references, communicating changes to internal clients/stakeholders. Review & Approve Quality Assurance related Supplier Concession submittals per Bruce Power procedures. Review and Disposition Quality Assurance related discrepancies discovered at receipt inspection. This involves interfacing with the Supplier to understand the gaps and come to an acceptable resolution. Review and Approve supplier prepared/submitted Inspection & Test Plans for material procurements per Company procedures. Determine the need and the extent of source surveillance or other monitoring activities. Using the supplier submitted Inspection & Test Plans, prepare, as required, source surveillance assignments based upon past experience and knowledge of product function, quality level, required level of reliability, maintainability, etc. Perform periodic QA performance assessments on Suppliers to confirm ongoing effective implementation of a Supplier's QA program. Develop and implement mitigation and escalation plans, as required, for poor supplier quality assurance performance. When Quality Program non-conformances or weaknesses are detected, influence the supplier to take corrective action to correct the problem and prevent recurrence. Use Supplier Corrective Action Requests per Bruce Power procedures to drive improvements. Interface with the supplier's executive management on quality matters, obtaining acceptance of the corrective actions and commitment to resolve them. Perform QA Oversight visits to Supplier facilities to promote the continued development and improvement of a Supplier's quality assurance program. Respond to supplier inquiries regarding Bruce Power's supplier qualification process & quality assurance programs requirements. Maintain up-to-date knowledge of developments in quality management, regulatory codes and standards and Quality Assurance qualifications through attendance in training courses, seminars, contacts with professional organizations and literature reviews in accordance with the QA qualifications and training requirements. Provide advice and guidance to clients on the supplier quality assurance specification requirements and supplier approval process relative to the Company's regulatory requirements. Develop and implement an efficient and effective supplier quality assurance program identification and approval process, which meets the regulatory requirements of the Company. Participate on regulatory committees as the Company's representative. Advise on the source inspection requirements and strategy. Develop divisional procedures and practices to ensure effective implementation of quality management requirements and established Governance. Submit to Supervisor for review and subsequent incorporation into the Division's quality assurance program and manuals. Ensure that root causes of problems related to the procurement of regulated and non-regulated products and services are identified and effectively corrected by planning, organizing and leading evaluations of the effectiveness of the corrective action plans implementation of the quality-related activities of the Division, initiating Station Condition Records according to procedures. Assess the findings of such evaluations and present the results to managers and supervisors. Assess the effectiveness of corrective actions taken, either through follow-up evaluations, elimination of root causes or other means, as agreed with Supervisor. Keep Supervisor informed and receive guidance relative to policy matters. This includes site visits to domestic and international supplier's business environment involving highway travel and overnight absences from home. Maintain up-to-date knowledge of developments in quality management, regulatory codes and standards and Quality Assurance qualifications through attendance in training courses, seminars, contacts with professional organizations and literature reviews in accordance with the QA qualifications and training requirements. Develop and implement mitigation and escalation plans for poor performing suppliers, including performance reviews with top problematic suppliers. Collect and analyze supplier's quality performance data to determine trends, recommend corrective and preventative actions, and initiate required actions in a timely manner to drive improvement. This includes interfacing with supplier's quality, technical, and management personnel to identify quality problems and collaboratively developing and implementing solutions, and ensuring that effective corrective action is effectively implemented. Prepare various supplier performance reports and key performance indicators (KPIs) and supplier health index metrics. Maintain regular and effective communications with site management and technical, engineering and maintenance resources on supplier quality issues, including investigating and resolving site supplier quality problems. Perform any other related duties as assigned. For assignment to Projects Procurement Quality support: All duties as outlined in Procurement Quality Oversight (above), and including, Review, evaluate and contribute to the preparation of the Surveillance Inspection plan. Recommend modifications to product verification plans during the product life cycle as required. When applicable, witness tests and ensure that test equipment and methods used are in compliance with the requirements and are acceptable, Perform ongoing assessment of suppliers' quality programs and recommend acceptance of implemented program. Assist fellow Quality Specialist in investigating field reports on failures, faults, or complaints regarding equipment, material or services. Provide information relating to QA Program requirements aspect of the contracts. Perform documentation review to verify that all applicable QA documentation is available and meet contract requirements. Prepare Procurement Oversight Plans in consultation with Project Managers. 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