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21-004 - Technical Engineer/Design Team Lead
21-004 - Technical Engineer/Design Team Lead Number of Vacancies: 2 Level: MP4 Duration: 2 years Location: Darlington Job Overview Responsible for preparing/verifying design deliverables managed by the Engineering Change Control process. Investigate current station, system, component, conditions, familiarization with design requirements, constraints, and interfaces. Must have the ability to be able to apply innovation to design solutions while thinking top and bottom line and implementing those design solutions. The role also requires providing engineering oversight to qualified vendors that are responsible for delivering the design solutions. Review and analyze the design submission to confirm the quality as per CSA N28 and N299 programs. Lead vendor meetings and ensuring vendors are staying on the right path for design completion. Responsible for overseeing the design schedule while maintaining design quality and ensuring adequate escalation is exercised to get additional support where required. Qualifications The following is required: Knowledge of Fire Protection, Engineering and Economics to technically understand the operation of the facility. Competent in either Electrical or Mechanical Engineering disciplines. Experience with preparing design requirements, revising engineering drawings, marking up change papers, preparing technical specifications, preparing detailed design packages, provision installation and commissioning support in field. Design Engineer qualification under OPG QA program is required. This qualification is evaluated based on individual's experience in preparing design packages. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required. Line feedback: Engineering Change Control experience preferred; 10+ years of experience in a similar role required; Must also have the ability to successfully manage multiple priorities simultaneously. Not looking for a Civil Engineer If the candidate has Project Engineering experience they must also have 10 years of design experience.Apply now
21-003 - Senior Fire Protection Engineer/ Officer
21-003 - Senior Fire Protection Engineer/ Officer Number of Vacancies: 1 Level: MP4 Duration: 18 months Location: Pickering Job Overview Provide technical evaluations and advice, solve problems and coordinate technical work as required, in a number of major work areas, in support of the commissioning, operation and maintenance of the facilities. Prepare reports to provide information and data in answer to external requests or for historical purposes. Initiate studies or investigations where opportunities for improvement are apparent. Review proposals received from internal or external sources related to assigned area. Discuss proposal with originator as necessary to suggest changes or revisions as appropriate. Prepare or help prepare specifications, for purchasing requisitions for material, services and equipment. Follow up with procurement and provide necessary technical services during field installation. Provide support for ensuring compliance with all site license conditions relating to CSA N293, CSA N393 and associated NFPA codes and standards related to the fire protection program. Provide expert advice, guidance, direction and assistance to management and fire protection staff, regarding fire hazard assessment, fire response equipment lifecycle and fire response personal protective equipment and kit. Provide interpretations of station compliance requirements with licensing codes and standards (CSA N293, CSA N393, NFPA, NFCC), Provincial and Federal laws, acts, statues, and OPG Fire Protection procedures. Ensure all fire protection systems and equipment is operational and initiate appropriate compensatory measures to maintain compliance with regulations and station licence conditions where deficiencies exist. Provide support in developing/ updating standards, procedure, Instruction and guides to ensure CNSC regulations, and code and standard requirements are adhered to. Assist the Section Manager of Fire Protection Programs with fire risk assessments including review of pertinent system impairments, Fire Safe Shutdown Analysis and Fire Hazard Assessment information, official local information and fire codes and standards to identify credible alternative and performance based strategies for compliance with station licence conditions. Develop response plans for postulated fire scenarios based on the plant safety report licensing basis. Develop and maintain an ongoing review process to identify any increase in risk from equipment, training, staffing or procedural deficiencies and recommend the requirement to modify the site fire response protocols to compensate for changes in the site specific fire risk. Liaise with site department managers to identify solutions to their support needs. Develop and implement Fire Protection service delivery options to improve effectiveness and efficiency of the service to stakeholders within OPG. Ensure CNSC correspondence is prepared to an appropriate standard and that all recommendations, action notices or directives are appropriately addressed with corrective action plans. Qualifications The following is required: Knowledge of Fire Protection, engineering and economics to technically understand the operation of the facility. Knowledge of Fire Hazard Assessment, Fire Safe Showdown Assessment, National Building Code of Canada, National fire Code of Canada and CSA N293 to evaluate and propose improvements to Fire Protection processes, equipment and systems in OPG Nuclear Stations and Facilities. Exceptional verbal and written communication skills re must be equip to prepare clear and concise reports and make recommendations both verbally and in writing. Successful completion of a four-year university education in an appropriate engineering field or by having the equivalent level of education. Note: knowledge of the National Building Code of Canada and the National Fire Code of Canada is required.Apply now
20-023- Project Leader
20-023- Project Leader Number of Vacancies: 4 Level: MP5 Duration: 12 months Location: Darlington Duties: Manage Engineer Procure Construct (EPC) projects from inception through closeout. Manage cost and schedule, and administer EPC contracts. Review invoices and track purchase orders as per approved budget. Provide Project oversight to EPC vendors to ensure projects meet requirements with respect to budget, schedule, safety, and quality. Perform any required liaising activities between OPG and vendor stakeholders. Manage risks and mitigation plans, maintain a risk register for assigned projects. Develop business case summaries to request funds for assigned projects. Develop monthly forecasts for the project life cycle. Interface with the station and integrate work into Online/Outage schedule. Write installation and commissioning work plans to support field execution. Be responsible for the management and control of a specialized, complex project, which addresses station production and safety issues, ensuring the achievement of employee accountability and ownership through effective project leadership. Provide leadership to project staff assigned to assist. Create and maintain a work environment that motivates supports and encourages staff to perform their assigned responsibilities in a professional, effective and efficient manner, consistent with the philosophy and goals of continuous quality improvement. Prepare a strategic framework, which identifies, defines and documents all issues that are important to the success of the designated project. Prepare the work breakdown structure to incorporate all work identified. Prepare and implement a Project Safety program to ensure safety incorporated in all aspects of the project. Prepare, implement and administer a project Quality Assurance (QA) program in compliance with overall station QA manual. Meet with consultants and contractors before and after contract awards to clarify the intent of such contracts. Provide consultative services to coordinate work assignments, team activities, and logical relationships and to verify tool design/specifications. Maintain liaison with external groups, regulatory bodies and agencies and cooperate in exchanging engineering and other relevant data as required to meet the project objectives. Lead the application of quality principles to the work of the Unit through enhanced service and team approach. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Applied Science or its equivalent. Requires experience in Project Management and the ability to effectively schedule events and control project scope and cost. Experience coordinating project staff efforts and that of other work groups to meet project objectives. 8 + years of experience in a similar role is required. Experience in the project management of station modifications in Nuclear Facilities, with an emphasis on activities related to installation, commissioning, risk management and cost & schedule management. Four-year university education in Mechanical Engineering or by having the equivalent level of education/experience, or demonstrated experience in writing installation and commissioning work plans. Experience at Darlington site is considered an asset. Project management experience and a demonstrated ability to provide project oversight. Experience within the Nuclear Industry, preferably Nuclear Power Plant (OPG experience is an asset). Experience in project engineering, MTL/FTL experience in installation and commissioning of modifications. Ability to prepare coordinate estimates, schedules, execution plans, contracting strategies, business planning, forecasting. Demonstrated Knowledge of ECC process (change control process not necessarily OPG's processes). A combination of Work planning, MTL/FTL experience, project management, and risk management skills.Apply now
20-056 - Project Engineer
20-056 - Project Engineer Number of Vacancies: 1 Level: MP4 Duration: 12 months Location: Darlington Job Overview The Project Engineer will be a part of the Darlington Nuclear Refurbishment Project; the refurbishment is Canada's largest clean energy project. As a part of the Turbine Generator Refurbishment (TGR) project team, supporting the team with the planning and execution of the Generator Rewind. The Project Engineer will be considered a technical specialist in this role and able to provide technical oversight and decision-making for the project. This will include integration with vendor partners and the TGR team, as well as integration internally at OPG. The Project Engineer will report to the Project Manager for Generator Rewind and/or other projects, and will be accountable for assigned scope area(s). This includes technical oversight, driving actions/tasks to completion, chairing meetings, integrating with vendors, assisting the PM with contract management, review and acceptance of technical and project documentation, logistics and material planning, and other duties as required to ensure the project is running smoothly and successfully. The project engineer will oversee implementation of project direction, for their scope area (generator rewind and/or others) or other turbine generator areas as required. This is a dynamic, first-of-a-kind project with lots of opportunity to participate in an exciting project! Qualifications Demonstrated experience with proven results working in a Nuclear industry, with technical oversight, required. Education/Discipline: Mechanical, Electrical, or Nuclear Engineer preferred. Minimum of 8 years of nuclear experience, generator specialist preferred, or equivalent education/experience. Preferred qualifications: Generator specialist and/or previous experience with refurbishment/manufacturing of generators. Experience with OPG Modification / Engineering change control process, CSN N-standards, nuclear requirements. Experience with major projects/refurbishments, including vendor management. Professional Engineer (P.Eng) in the Province of Ontario.Apply now
Electrical Engineer Location: Bruce Power Vacancies: 2 Duration: 1 Year Responsibilities Providing Electrical Engineering support to our client for Bruce Power various projects Qualifications Must be qualified Assigned Designer Engineers (ADE) with Bruce Power University degree in Electrical Engineer or Nuclear Engineering 4+ years of experience, preferably nuclear Nuclear security clearedApply now
21-013 - Project Leader
21-013 - Project Leader Number of Vacancies: 1 Level: MP4 Duration: 2 years Location: Darlington Job Overview Coordinate, facilitate and drive project scoping, planning, execution, and close out. Coordinate the clarification of design and specification requirements, and arrange for necessary changes. Coordinate and participate in the preparation of specifications, bid packages, evaluation of tenders, and purchasing recommendations. Arrange and lead meetings to coordinate the requirements of designers, suppliers, construction and OPG internal stakeholder groups. Prepare scope of work documents, lead constructability reviews, prepare Business Case Summaries for Senior Management, the Executive Office and the Board of Directors, for project approval and the release of funds. Prepare and coordinate the preparation of all information pertinent to an assigned project and alternatives to be considered for input into planning. Review construction contractor labour estimates, schedules, execution plans, inspection and test plans and project oversight plans. Gather input from stakeholder departments and agencies to ensure project requirements are captured and detailed in the project documents. Provide oversight of construction contractors integrated, logically tied, resource loaded project schedules which incorporate identified scope, risks, estimates/budgets and constraints that support effective project management and field execution. Maintain close liaison with construction contractor on matters involving conventional and nuclear safety during all stages of the project; engineering documents and construction work plans; purchasing, handling and storage of materials and tools; work protection and work permits; detailed execution planning and readiness preparations; daily progress reporting and schedule performance; completion of turnover documentation and quality records and other related issues. Perform regular field walk downs in standard and radiological work areas to ensure contractors are compliant with OPG and OHSA safety and quality standards. Evaluate vendor proposals, negotiate contracts, and make recommendation for contract award that provides the best value to OPG. Initiate, manage, and administer contracts including payments and change orders. Provide management and project mangers with regular project reports such as level one summaries, and participate in regular process progress meetings. Maintain awareness of, and keep all project parties informed of latest construction, budgeting, estimating and scheduling practices and other corporate procedures. Review and maintain awareness of all corporate and local procedures pertinent to project control and administration. Maintain process compliance during project execution and advise supervisor if compliance cannot be achieved. Qualifications Minimum of 3-5 years of relevant work experience within project engineering is required; Previous Darlington Project Management experience preferred; Refurb project experience preferred; Darlington Project & Mods preferred; PMP preferred; Ideal candidates will have worked in a Nuclear Engineering environment; Experience and ability as a team player to understand and manage the interrelationships of various internal and external groups in order to facilitate objectives and ensure projects satisfy stakeholder requirements; Strong written and verbal communication skills and be comfortable leading meetings and giving presentations; Have experience and/or willingness to interface with vendors; Have a strong interest in fast-paced, challenging work environments where showing initiative and self- motivation are assets; Proven track record on delivering results; Strong in understanding, executing and following governance and procedures with a questioning and analytical attitude/approach under minimum required supervision; Knowledge of OPG's ECC Process (Engineering Change Control) is an asset.Apply now
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